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Thursday June 27, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 1 (8:00AM - 9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Ninja Warrior and Nerf Blaster Camp - Ninja/Nerf Camp
Ninja Warrior/Nerf Blaster Camp You will have loads of FUN tackling different ninja warrior obstacle courses and playing nerf blaster games in this camp!  Each day a different course will be set up for you to accomplish!  All children will tie dye their very own ninja headband.  In addition to training to be a ninja warrior you will participate in a variety of interactive nerf blaster games throughout the week.  For example, we will play nerf blaster capture the flag, last man standing and protect the President.  Each child will need to bring their own nerf blaster.  Nerf darts and safety goggles will be provided daily.   Instructor:  Jaime Sullivan & Patrick SullivanDates:  June 24-28Time:  9:00-11:30Grades:  k - 3Cost:  $110 
 
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Little People's Camp - Little People's 1
Laurie Wolseger Our Little People sure feel like big kids when they go to camp. They will do crafts, play indoors and outdoors, and enjoy a story and snack under a shady tree with their buddies. Participants should bring a snack and a drink daily. Don't forget to apply sunblock before coming.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 1
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 1 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
12:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Fairy Garden Camp - Fairy Garden Camp
Fairy Garden CampInstructor:  Jaime Sullivan Dates:  June 24-28Time:  12:00-2:30Grades:  k - 3Cost:  $110 During this week your child will get to read about, explore, and create a fairy garden! This camp will allow your child to create a magical garden for their fairies and even make fairies for the gardens! Each day we will have a snack, a book we share about fairies, and then we will be crafting and creating FAIRY FUN! Your child will make houses, accessories, and settings for fairies using a variety of materials, many found in nature! Come create the magic of fairy gardens. (If your child is participating in Ninja Camp with me in the morning they can stay with me and have their lunch from 11:30-12:00). 
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 1 (3:00PM - 4:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
3:10 PM - 6:00 PM    Morning and Afternoon Adventures - Before and After School Program - After School June - Full Time
This program is currently full.  Please do not process a registration unless you were enrolled in the program in September.  Afternoon Adventures meets at Memorial Elementary School before and after school each day from 7:00AM - 8:30AM and 3:00PM - 6:00PM.  Students in grades K-5 can attend the program on a full time or part time basis.  Registration is done on a monthly basis, either online or at the Parks and Recreation office. You must enroll for the whole month and may register for two days per week, three days per week, or full time. Your daily schedule must be provided to the Parks and Recreation Office upon sign up (example: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays). We emphasize healthy snacks, activities, and habits.  Please send your child with a healthy snack each day.  The children have time for play outside (weather permitting) every day or time in the gym.  Everyone does homework or quiet reading; then they enjoy crafts, games, special guests and play with staff and their peers until pickup time.  Care is provided on scheduled school half days from when school gets out until 6:00PM for no additional charge. A discount is offered if doing both before and after school.    Location: Memorial Elementary School, Cafeteria Dates: Monday-Friday of school days First day of school - last day of school Times: 7:00AM-8:30AM and 3:00PM-6:00PM IF you are registering for both before and after care.  Put the before care portion in your cart first, and the after school portion will be discounted 10% at checkout. 
 
3:10 PM - 6:00 PM    Morning and Afternoon Adventures - Before and After School Program - After School June - 3 days
This program is currently full.  Please do not process a registration unless you were enrolled in the program in September.  Afternoon Adventures meets at Memorial Elementary School before and after school each day from 7:00AM - 8:30AM and 3:00PM - 6:00PM.  Students in grades K-5 can attend the program on a full time or part time basis.  Registration is done on a monthly basis, either online or at the Parks and Recreation office. You must enroll for the whole month and may register for two days per week, three days per week, or full time. Your daily schedule must be provided to the Parks and Recreation Office upon sign up (example: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays). We emphasize healthy snacks, activities, and habits.  Please send your child with a healthy snack each day.  The children have time for play outside (weather permitting) every day or time in the gym.  Everyone does homework or quiet reading; then they enjoy crafts, games, special guests and play with staff and their peers until pickup time.  Care is provided on scheduled school half days from when school gets out until 6:00PM for no additional charge. A discount is offered if doing both before and after school.    Location: Memorial Elementary School, Cafeteria Dates: Monday-Friday of school days First day of school - last day of school Times: 7:00AM-8:30AM and 3:00PM-6:00PM IF you are registering for both before and after care.  Put the before care portion in your cart first, and the after school portion will be discounted 10% at checkout. 
 
3:10 PM - 6:00 PM    Morning and Afternoon Adventures - Before and After School Program - After School June - 2 days
This program is currently full.  Please do not process a registration unless you were enrolled in the program in September.  Afternoon Adventures meets at Memorial Elementary School before and after school each day from 7:00AM - 8:30AM and 3:00PM - 6:00PM.  Students in grades K-5 can attend the program on a full time or part time basis.  Registration is done on a monthly basis, either online or at the Parks and Recreation office. You must enroll for the whole month and may register for two days per week, three days per week, or full time. Your daily schedule must be provided to the Parks and Recreation Office upon sign up (example: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays). We emphasize healthy snacks, activities, and habits.  Please send your child with a healthy snack each day.  The children have time for play outside (weather permitting) every day or time in the gym.  Everyone does homework or quiet reading; then they enjoy crafts, games, special guests and play with staff and their peers until pickup time.  Care is provided on scheduled school half days from when school gets out until 6:00PM for no additional charge. A discount is offered if doing both before and after school.    Location: Memorial Elementary School, Cafeteria Dates: Monday-Friday of school days First day of school - last day of school Times: 7:00AM-8:30AM and 3:00PM-6:00PM IF you are registering for both before and after care.  Put the before care portion in your cart first, and the after school portion will be discounted 10% at checkout. 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 1 (4:00PM-5:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
Friday June 28, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Exploring and Experimenting! - Exploring and Experimenting
Program Description:Do you like being outdoors, exploring and having fun doing hands on science experiments? Then this is the camp for you! This week is full of messy experiments and outdoor water adventures! Primary Instructor: MS. Vigue  Date:           June 24th – June 28th  Time:           8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Place:           The program will begin and                   end each day in the lobby ofMemorial School. Enrollment:  A maximum of 20 students                   entering Grades 1 & 2. Cost:           $120.00 for the week                              The price includes all materials needed. Please send your                                 child   with a bag lunch, water bottle, sunscreen, and towel each day.   
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Ninja Warrior and Nerf Blaster Camp - Ninja/Nerf Camp
Ninja Warrior/Nerf Blaster Camp You will have loads of FUN tackling different ninja warrior obstacle courses and playing nerf blaster games in this camp!  Each day a different course will be set up for you to accomplish!  All children will tie dye their very own ninja headband.  In addition to training to be a ninja warrior you will participate in a variety of interactive nerf blaster games throughout the week.  For example, we will play nerf blaster capture the flag, last man standing and protect the President.  Each child will need to bring their own nerf blaster.  Nerf darts and safety goggles will be provided daily.   Instructor:  Jaime Sullivan & Patrick SullivanDates:  June 24-28Time:  9:00-11:30Grades:  k - 3Cost:  $110 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 1
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 1 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
12:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Fairy Garden Camp - Fairy Garden Camp
Fairy Garden CampInstructor:  Jaime Sullivan Dates:  June 24-28Time:  12:00-2:30Grades:  k - 3Cost:  $110 During this week your child will get to read about, explore, and create a fairy garden! This camp will allow your child to create a magical garden for their fairies and even make fairies for the gardens! Each day we will have a snack, a book we share about fairies, and then we will be crafting and creating FAIRY FUN! Your child will make houses, accessories, and settings for fairies using a variety of materials, many found in nature! Come create the magic of fairy gardens. (If your child is participating in Ninja Camp with me in the morning they can stay with me and have their lunch from 11:30-12:00). 
 
3:10 PM - 6:00 PM    Morning and Afternoon Adventures - Before and After School Program - After School June - Full Time
This program is currently full.  Please do not process a registration unless you were enrolled in the program in September.  Afternoon Adventures meets at Memorial Elementary School before and after school each day from 7:00AM - 8:30AM and 3:00PM - 6:00PM.  Students in grades K-5 can attend the program on a full time or part time basis.  Registration is done on a monthly basis, either online or at the Parks and Recreation office. You must enroll for the whole month and may register for two days per week, three days per week, or full time. Your daily schedule must be provided to the Parks and Recreation Office upon sign up (example: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays). We emphasize healthy snacks, activities, and habits.  Please send your child with a healthy snack each day.  The children have time for play outside (weather permitting) every day or time in the gym.  Everyone does homework or quiet reading; then they enjoy crafts, games, special guests and play with staff and their peers until pickup time.  Care is provided on scheduled school half days from when school gets out until 6:00PM for no additional charge. A discount is offered if doing both before and after school.    Location: Memorial Elementary School, Cafeteria Dates: Monday-Friday of school days First day of school - last day of school Times: 7:00AM-8:30AM and 3:00PM-6:00PM IF you are registering for both before and after care.  Put the before care portion in your cart first, and the after school portion will be discounted 10% at checkout. 
 
3:10 PM - 6:00 PM    Morning and Afternoon Adventures - Before and After School Program - After School June - 3 days
This program is currently full.  Please do not process a registration unless you were enrolled in the program in September.  Afternoon Adventures meets at Memorial Elementary School before and after school each day from 7:00AM - 8:30AM and 3:00PM - 6:00PM.  Students in grades K-5 can attend the program on a full time or part time basis.  Registration is done on a monthly basis, either online or at the Parks and Recreation office. You must enroll for the whole month and may register for two days per week, three days per week, or full time. Your daily schedule must be provided to the Parks and Recreation Office upon sign up (example: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays). We emphasize healthy snacks, activities, and habits.  Please send your child with a healthy snack each day.  The children have time for play outside (weather permitting) every day or time in the gym.  Everyone does homework or quiet reading; then they enjoy crafts, games, special guests and play with staff and their peers until pickup time.  Care is provided on scheduled school half days from when school gets out until 6:00PM for no additional charge. A discount is offered if doing both before and after school.    Location: Memorial Elementary School, Cafeteria Dates: Monday-Friday of school days First day of school - last day of school Times: 7:00AM-8:30AM and 3:00PM-6:00PM IF you are registering for both before and after care.  Put the before care portion in your cart first, and the after school portion will be discounted 10% at checkout. 
 
3:10 PM - 6:00 PM    Morning and Afternoon Adventures - Before and After School Program - After School June - 2 days
This program is currently full.  Please do not process a registration unless you were enrolled in the program in September.  Afternoon Adventures meets at Memorial Elementary School before and after school each day from 7:00AM - 8:30AM and 3:00PM - 6:00PM.  Students in grades K-5 can attend the program on a full time or part time basis.  Registration is done on a monthly basis, either online or at the Parks and Recreation office. You must enroll for the whole month and may register for two days per week, three days per week, or full time. Your daily schedule must be provided to the Parks and Recreation Office upon sign up (example: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays). We emphasize healthy snacks, activities, and habits.  Please send your child with a healthy snack each day.  The children have time for play outside (weather permitting) every day or time in the gym.  Everyone does homework or quiet reading; then they enjoy crafts, games, special guests and play with staff and their peers until pickup time.  Care is provided on scheduled school half days from when school gets out until 6:00PM for no additional charge. A discount is offered if doing both before and after school.    Location: Memorial Elementary School, Cafeteria Dates: Monday-Friday of school days First day of school - last day of school Times: 7:00AM-8:30AM and 3:00PM-6:00PM IF you are registering for both before and after care.  Put the before care portion in your cart first, and the after school portion will be discounted 10% at checkout. 
 
Saturday June 29, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Sunday June 30, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
1:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Ashlyn Farr
 
Monday July 1, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (8:00AM - 9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 PM    Spa Retreat Camp - Spa Camp
Spa Retreat CampJoin us for a relaxing week of pampering yourself.  Throughout the week we will create a variety of refreshing accessories including a sugar scrub, lip gloss and will indulge in face masks and manicures.   We will make fresh squeezed lemonade and a decadent dessert to enjoy a tea party with our favorite dolls. Note:  Camp will not be held on July 4th.   Instructors:  Jaime Sullivan & Shannon StockburgerDates:  July 1, 2, 3 & 5Time:  8:30-11:30Grades:  Children entering grades 1-4Cost:  $100 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 2
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 2 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM    Baking Camp (grades 4-6) - Baking Camp
Baking CampIf you love to bake and create then this is the camp for you!  During this week of camp the children will bake a different decadent dessert each day.  Each day will be fun-filled as the children learn and master the basic techniques of baking.  We will whip up some sweet recipes that will keep your chefs cheering!  Note:  Camp will not be held on July 4th. Instructors:  Jaime Sullivan & Shannon StockburgerDates:  July 1, 2, 3 & 5Time:  11:30-2:30Grades:  Bakers entering grades 4-6Cost:  $100
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (3:00PM - 4:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
3:10 PM - 6:00 PM    Morning and Afternoon Adventures - Before and After School Program - After School June - Full Time
This program is currently full.  Please do not process a registration unless you were enrolled in the program in September.  Afternoon Adventures meets at Memorial Elementary School before and after school each day from 7:00AM - 8:30AM and 3:00PM - 6:00PM.  Students in grades K-5 can attend the program on a full time or part time basis.  Registration is done on a monthly basis, either online or at the Parks and Recreation office. You must enroll for the whole month and may register for two days per week, three days per week, or full time. Your daily schedule must be provided to the Parks and Recreation Office upon sign up (example: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays). We emphasize healthy snacks, activities, and habits.  Please send your child with a healthy snack each day.  The children have time for play outside (weather permitting) every day or time in the gym.  Everyone does homework or quiet reading; then they enjoy crafts, games, special guests and play with staff and their peers until pickup time.  Care is provided on scheduled school half days from when school gets out until 6:00PM for no additional charge. A discount is offered if doing both before and after school.    Location: Memorial Elementary School, Cafeteria Dates: Monday-Friday of school days First day of school - last day of school Times: 7:00AM-8:30AM and 3:00PM-6:00PM IF you are registering for both before and after care.  Put the before care portion in your cart first, and the after school portion will be discounted 10% at checkout. 
 
3:10 PM - 6:00 PM    Morning and Afternoon Adventures - Before and After School Program - After School June - 3 days
This program is currently full.  Please do not process a registration unless you were enrolled in the program in September.  Afternoon Adventures meets at Memorial Elementary School before and after school each day from 7:00AM - 8:30AM and 3:00PM - 6:00PM.  Students in grades K-5 can attend the program on a full time or part time basis.  Registration is done on a monthly basis, either online or at the Parks and Recreation office. You must enroll for the whole month and may register for two days per week, three days per week, or full time. Your daily schedule must be provided to the Parks and Recreation Office upon sign up (example: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays). We emphasize healthy snacks, activities, and habits.  Please send your child with a healthy snack each day.  The children have time for play outside (weather permitting) every day or time in the gym.  Everyone does homework or quiet reading; then they enjoy crafts, games, special guests and play with staff and their peers until pickup time.  Care is provided on scheduled school half days from when school gets out until 6:00PM for no additional charge. A discount is offered if doing both before and after school.    Location: Memorial Elementary School, Cafeteria Dates: Monday-Friday of school days First day of school - last day of school Times: 7:00AM-8:30AM and 3:00PM-6:00PM IF you are registering for both before and after care.  Put the before care portion in your cart first, and the after school portion will be discounted 10% at checkout. 
 
3:10 PM - 6:00 PM    Morning and Afternoon Adventures - Before and After School Program - After School June - 2 days
This program is currently full.  Please do not process a registration unless you were enrolled in the program in September.  Afternoon Adventures meets at Memorial Elementary School before and after school each day from 7:00AM - 8:30AM and 3:00PM - 6:00PM.  Students in grades K-5 can attend the program on a full time or part time basis.  Registration is done on a monthly basis, either online or at the Parks and Recreation office. You must enroll for the whole month and may register for two days per week, three days per week, or full time. Your daily schedule must be provided to the Parks and Recreation Office upon sign up (example: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays). We emphasize healthy snacks, activities, and habits.  Please send your child with a healthy snack each day.  The children have time for play outside (weather permitting) every day or time in the gym.  Everyone does homework or quiet reading; then they enjoy crafts, games, special guests and play with staff and their peers until pickup time.  Care is provided on scheduled school half days from when school gets out until 6:00PM for no additional charge. A discount is offered if doing both before and after school.    Location: Memorial Elementary School, Cafeteria Dates: Monday-Friday of school days First day of school - last day of school Times: 7:00AM-8:30AM and 3:00PM-6:00PM IF you are registering for both before and after care.  Put the before care portion in your cart first, and the after school portion will be discounted 10% at checkout. 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (4:00PM - 5:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Summer Pole Vault Clinic - Vaulting Camp
Camp is open to boys and girls, ages 12 and older, interested in learning to pole vault as well as experienced vaulters interested in developing further.This camp teaches fundamentals of vaulting technique in a fun and safe environment. Pole vaulting can be enjoyed by anyone willing to consistently practice; no special skills or athletic abilities are required. The camp will run for eight sessions, one or two nights per week. The final class will provide campers an opportunity to compete in a track meet style competition. The camp is run by Patrick Rubega who maintains CIAC Connecticut coaching certification as well as certification from the National Pole Vault Safety Certification Board. Since 2004, under Coach Rubega, the East Hampton High School pole vaulters have achieved significant success including many Conference Championships and 49 different athletes have qualified to compete in State Championship track meets generating… 16 Class S State Championships generated by 10 different athletes (5 girls & 5 boys) 22 athletes (8 girls & 14 boys) placed 69 different times in Class S Championships 7 athletes (1 Girl & 6 Boys) Placed 11 different times in State Open Championships Camp For: Boys and girls ages 12 or older  Cost:   $200 for 8 sessionsDates: June 17h, 20th July 1st, 8h, 111h 15th 18th 22th (rain dates July 25th, 29th)Time(s): 6:00 – 8:30 PM Location: East Hampton High SchoolSign up: Contact Coach Rubega @ 860-754-4252 or at patrick.rubega@comcast.net
 
6:30 PM - 7:20 PM    ZUMBA with David Tiefenbrunn - Zumba - 10 Class Card
Zumba® is a dance fitness class using music and rhythms from around the world. Using a mix of high and low intensity moves, you get a calorie burning full body workout. Zumba® is adaptable to your particular condition and or limitations.  Some of the benefits of Zumba® include improved endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and heart health. The upbeat music and movements improve mood. The dance aspects are good for keeping your mind sharp. Come try a class or 2 – if you enjoy the music, the moves will come to you - Ditch the workout, join the party! Monday and Wednesday 6:30-7:20 Notes: Wear sneakers or Zumba shoes, bring a water and towel Summer Classes meet at the Sears Park Pavilion. We move to Memorial School Cafeteria in September.    Class Prices: CARDS$75 for 10 classes.  No expiration date.   DROP INS$10 drop in anytimeRegister here online or pay David at class or in the Parks and Recreation office.  All checks need to be made out to East Hampton Parks and Recreation. 
 
6:30 PM - 7:20 PM    ZUMBA with David Tiefenbrunn - Zumba - 10 Class Card
Zumba® is a dance fitness class using music and rhythms from around the world. Using a mix of high and low intensity moves, you get a calorie burning full body workout. Zumba® is adaptable to your particular condition and or limitations.  Some of the benefits of Zumba® include improved endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and heart health. The upbeat music and movements improve mood. The dance aspects are good for keeping your mind sharp. Come try a class or 2 – if you enjoy the music, the moves will come to you - Ditch the workout, join the party! Monday and Wednesday 6:30-7:20 Notes: Wear sneakers or Zumba shoes, bring a water and towel Summer Classes meet at the Sears Park Pavilion. We move to Memorial School Cafeteria in September.    Class Prices: CARDS$75 for 10 classes.  No expiration date.   DROP INS$10 drop in anytimeRegister here online or pay David at class or in the Parks and Recreation office.  All checks need to be made out to East Hampton Parks and Recreation. 
 
Tuesday July 2, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (8:00AM - 9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 PM    Spa Retreat Camp - Spa Camp
Spa Retreat CampJoin us for a relaxing week of pampering yourself.  Throughout the week we will create a variety of refreshing accessories including a sugar scrub, lip gloss and will indulge in face masks and manicures.   We will make fresh squeezed lemonade and a decadent dessert to enjoy a tea party with our favorite dolls. Note:  Camp will not be held on July 4th.   Instructors:  Jaime Sullivan & Shannon StockburgerDates:  July 1, 2, 3 & 5Time:  8:30-11:30Grades:  Children entering grades 1-4Cost:  $100 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 2
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 2 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM    Baking Camp (grades 4-6) - Baking Camp
Baking CampIf you love to bake and create then this is the camp for you!  During this week of camp the children will bake a different decadent dessert each day.  Each day will be fun-filled as the children learn and master the basic techniques of baking.  We will whip up some sweet recipes that will keep your chefs cheering!  Note:  Camp will not be held on July 4th. Instructors:  Jaime Sullivan & Shannon StockburgerDates:  July 1, 2, 3 & 5Time:  11:30-2:30Grades:  Bakers entering grades 4-6Cost:  $100
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (3:00PM - 4:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
3:10 PM - 6:00 PM    Morning and Afternoon Adventures - Before and After School Program - After School June - Full Time
This program is currently full.  Please do not process a registration unless you were enrolled in the program in September.  Afternoon Adventures meets at Memorial Elementary School before and after school each day from 7:00AM - 8:30AM and 3:00PM - 6:00PM.  Students in grades K-5 can attend the program on a full time or part time basis.  Registration is done on a monthly basis, either online or at the Parks and Recreation office. You must enroll for the whole month and may register for two days per week, three days per week, or full time. Your daily schedule must be provided to the Parks and Recreation Office upon sign up (example: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays). We emphasize healthy snacks, activities, and habits.  Please send your child with a healthy snack each day.  The children have time for play outside (weather permitting) every day or time in the gym.  Everyone does homework or quiet reading; then they enjoy crafts, games, special guests and play with staff and their peers until pickup time.  Care is provided on scheduled school half days from when school gets out until 6:00PM for no additional charge. A discount is offered if doing both before and after school.    Location: Memorial Elementary School, Cafeteria Dates: Monday-Friday of school days First day of school - last day of school Times: 7:00AM-8:30AM and 3:00PM-6:00PM IF you are registering for both before and after care.  Put the before care portion in your cart first, and the after school portion will be discounted 10% at checkout. 
 
3:10 PM - 6:00 PM    Morning and Afternoon Adventures - Before and After School Program - After School June - 3 days
This program is currently full.  Please do not process a registration unless you were enrolled in the program in September.  Afternoon Adventures meets at Memorial Elementary School before and after school each day from 7:00AM - 8:30AM and 3:00PM - 6:00PM.  Students in grades K-5 can attend the program on a full time or part time basis.  Registration is done on a monthly basis, either online or at the Parks and Recreation office. You must enroll for the whole month and may register for two days per week, three days per week, or full time. Your daily schedule must be provided to the Parks and Recreation Office upon sign up (example: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays). We emphasize healthy snacks, activities, and habits.  Please send your child with a healthy snack each day.  The children have time for play outside (weather permitting) every day or time in the gym.  Everyone does homework or quiet reading; then they enjoy crafts, games, special guests and play with staff and their peers until pickup time.  Care is provided on scheduled school half days from when school gets out until 6:00PM for no additional charge. A discount is offered if doing both before and after school.    Location: Memorial Elementary School, Cafeteria Dates: Monday-Friday of school days First day of school - last day of school Times: 7:00AM-8:30AM and 3:00PM-6:00PM IF you are registering for both before and after care.  Put the before care portion in your cart first, and the after school portion will be discounted 10% at checkout. 
 
3:10 PM - 6:00 PM    Morning and Afternoon Adventures - Before and After School Program - After School June - 2 days
This program is currently full.  Please do not process a registration unless you were enrolled in the program in September.  Afternoon Adventures meets at Memorial Elementary School before and after school each day from 7:00AM - 8:30AM and 3:00PM - 6:00PM.  Students in grades K-5 can attend the program on a full time or part time basis.  Registration is done on a monthly basis, either online or at the Parks and Recreation office. You must enroll for the whole month and may register for two days per week, three days per week, or full time. Your daily schedule must be provided to the Parks and Recreation Office upon sign up (example: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays). We emphasize healthy snacks, activities, and habits.  Please send your child with a healthy snack each day.  The children have time for play outside (weather permitting) every day or time in the gym.  Everyone does homework or quiet reading; then they enjoy crafts, games, special guests and play with staff and their peers until pickup time.  Care is provided on scheduled school half days from when school gets out until 6:00PM for no additional charge. A discount is offered if doing both before and after school.    Location: Memorial Elementary School, Cafeteria Dates: Monday-Friday of school days First day of school - last day of school Times: 7:00AM-8:30AM and 3:00PM-6:00PM IF you are registering for both before and after care.  Put the before care portion in your cart first, and the after school portion will be discounted 10% at checkout. 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (4:00PM - 5:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
Wednesday July 3, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (8:00AM - 9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 PM    Spa Retreat Camp - Spa Camp
Spa Retreat CampJoin us for a relaxing week of pampering yourself.  Throughout the week we will create a variety of refreshing accessories including a sugar scrub, lip gloss and will indulge in face masks and manicures.   We will make fresh squeezed lemonade and a decadent dessert to enjoy a tea party with our favorite dolls. Note:  Camp will not be held on July 4th.   Instructors:  Jaime Sullivan & Shannon StockburgerDates:  July 1, 2, 3 & 5Time:  8:30-11:30Grades:  Children entering grades 1-4Cost:  $100 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 2
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 2 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM    Baking Camp (grades 4-6) - Baking Camp
Baking CampIf you love to bake and create then this is the camp for you!  During this week of camp the children will bake a different decadent dessert each day.  Each day will be fun-filled as the children learn and master the basic techniques of baking.  We will whip up some sweet recipes that will keep your chefs cheering!  Note:  Camp will not be held on July 4th. Instructors:  Jaime Sullivan & Shannon StockburgerDates:  July 1, 2, 3 & 5Time:  11:30-2:30Grades:  Bakers entering grades 4-6Cost:  $100
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (3:00PM - 4:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (4:00PM - 5:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Running Camp for Middle Schoolers - MS Running Camp
Running Camp for Middle SchoolersThis 8 week program introduces students in grades 6-9 to the world of running. Each week has a new running topic such as stretching, running form and goal setting. The program focuses on developing these runners to compete in the Glorious Gallop 5K race on July 12. Location: East Hampton High School Track Cost: $80 For:Grades 6-9Dates and Times:WednesdaysMay 22 – July 106:00PM – 7:30PM
 
6:30 PM - 7:20 PM    ZUMBA with David Tiefenbrunn - Zumba - 10 Class Card
Zumba® is a dance fitness class using music and rhythms from around the world. Using a mix of high and low intensity moves, you get a calorie burning full body workout. Zumba® is adaptable to your particular condition and or limitations.  Some of the benefits of Zumba® include improved endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and heart health. The upbeat music and movements improve mood. The dance aspects are good for keeping your mind sharp. Come try a class or 2 – if you enjoy the music, the moves will come to you - Ditch the workout, join the party! Monday and Wednesday 6:30-7:20 Notes: Wear sneakers or Zumba shoes, bring a water and towel Summer Classes meet at the Sears Park Pavilion. We move to Memorial School Cafeteria in September.    Class Prices: CARDS$75 for 10 classes.  No expiration date.   DROP INS$10 drop in anytimeRegister here online or pay David at class or in the Parks and Recreation office.  All checks need to be made out to East Hampton Parks and Recreation. 
 
6:30 PM - 7:20 PM    ZUMBA with David Tiefenbrunn - Zumba - 10 Class Card
Zumba® is a dance fitness class using music and rhythms from around the world. Using a mix of high and low intensity moves, you get a calorie burning full body workout. Zumba® is adaptable to your particular condition and or limitations.  Some of the benefits of Zumba® include improved endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and heart health. The upbeat music and movements improve mood. The dance aspects are good for keeping your mind sharp. Come try a class or 2 – if you enjoy the music, the moves will come to you - Ditch the workout, join the party! Monday and Wednesday 6:30-7:20 Notes: Wear sneakers or Zumba shoes, bring a water and towel Summer Classes meet at the Sears Park Pavilion. We move to Memorial School Cafeteria in September.    Class Prices: CARDS$75 for 10 classes.  No expiration date.   DROP INS$10 drop in anytimeRegister here online or pay David at class or in the Parks and Recreation office.  All checks need to be made out to East Hampton Parks and Recreation. 
 
Thursday July 4, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (8:00AM - 9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (3:00PM - 4:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (4:00PM - 5:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
Friday July 5, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (8:00AM - 9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 PM    Spa Retreat Camp - Spa Camp
Spa Retreat CampJoin us for a relaxing week of pampering yourself.  Throughout the week we will create a variety of refreshing accessories including a sugar scrub, lip gloss and will indulge in face masks and manicures.   We will make fresh squeezed lemonade and a decadent dessert to enjoy a tea party with our favorite dolls. Note:  Camp will not be held on July 4th.   Instructors:  Jaime Sullivan & Shannon StockburgerDates:  July 1, 2, 3 & 5Time:  8:30-11:30Grades:  Children entering grades 1-4Cost:  $100 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 2
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 2 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM    Baking Camp (grades 4-6) - Baking Camp
Baking CampIf you love to bake and create then this is the camp for you!  During this week of camp the children will bake a different decadent dessert each day.  Each day will be fun-filled as the children learn and master the basic techniques of baking.  We will whip up some sweet recipes that will keep your chefs cheering!  Note:  Camp will not be held on July 4th. Instructors:  Jaime Sullivan & Shannon StockburgerDates:  July 1, 2, 3 & 5Time:  11:30-2:30Grades:  Bakers entering grades 4-6Cost:  $100
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (3:00PM - 4:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 2 (4:00PM - 5:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
Saturday July 6, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Sunday July 7, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Monday July 8, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 3 (8:00AM -9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 11:00 AM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Super Secret Spy Camp - Spy Camp Half Day
Super Secret Spy CampDo you enjoy solving mysteries? Have you ever wanted to become a secret agent? Then this is the camp for you! If you want to undergo spy training to become a secret agent join us! Activities will include daily missions, learning how to read and create your own secret messages, dusting for fingerprints, creating a spy name and disguises, obstacle courses, putting together a spy toolkit and of course having FUN! Teachers: Molly Clark and Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 8th - 12thAges: 5 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTwo Options:Half Day: 8:30 – 11:30/$110Full Day: 8:30 – 2:00/$175 *Please send your child to camp each day with a lunch, a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal
 
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    Super Secret Spy Camp - Spy Camp Full Day
Super Secret Spy CampDo you enjoy solving mysteries? Have you ever wanted to become a secret agent? Then this is the camp for you! If you want to undergo spy training to become a secret agent join us! Activities will include daily missions, learning how to read and create your own secret messages, dusting for fingerprints, creating a spy name and disguises, obstacle courses, putting together a spy toolkit and of course having FUN! Teachers: Molly Clark and Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 8th - 12thAges: 5 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTwo Options:Half Day: 8:30 – 11:30/$110Full Day: 8:30 – 2:00/$175 *Please send your child to camp each day with a lunch, a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Just Being Me - A camp for ages 9-14 - Just Being Me
Just Being ME!A camp for kids ages 9-14 to exercise, craft, and bakeIn this camp your child will be able to do a variety of things! Come hang out with other kids your age and have a week of fun! Your child will be walking, baking, crafting, and making memories!We will meet daily in a classroom at Memorial School. Throughout the week, your child will: Walk the airline trail from the school and check out the exercise park Paint/make kindness rocks for others Craft daily including decoupage, canvas crafts, card making, and more! Walk to Main Street pizza for lunch Get a manicure at Creative Nails Have our hair styled for fun Baking fun Walk to the bakery Learn to play a variety of card and board games with each other  Teacher: Stacey GibsonDates: July 8-12Time: 9:00-2:00Ages: 9-14 yearsCost: $175.00 This includes all craft and baking supplies, and trips!Place: Memorial School *Please drop off your child and pick them up daily in lobby at Memorial School. Please send your child in with a lunch, water bottle, and extra snack each
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 3
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 3 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 3 (3:00PM-4:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 3 (4:00PM - 5:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Junior Lifeguarding
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Summer Pole Vault Clinic - Vaulting Camp
Camp is open to boys and girls, ages 12 and older, interested in learning to pole vault as well as experienced vaulters interested in developing further.This camp teaches fundamentals of vaulting technique in a fun and safe environment. Pole vaulting can be enjoyed by anyone willing to consistently practice; no special skills or athletic abilities are required. The camp will run for eight sessions, one or two nights per week. The final class will provide campers an opportunity to compete in a track meet style competition. The camp is run by Patrick Rubega who maintains CIAC Connecticut coaching certification as well as certification from the National Pole Vault Safety Certification Board. Since 2004, under Coach Rubega, the East Hampton High School pole vaulters have achieved significant success including many Conference Championships and 49 different athletes have qualified to compete in State Championship track meets generating… 16 Class S State Championships generated by 10 different athletes (5 girls & 5 boys) 22 athletes (8 girls & 14 boys) placed 69 different times in Class S Championships 7 athletes (1 Girl & 6 Boys) Placed 11 different times in State Open Championships Camp For: Boys and girls ages 12 or older  Cost:   $200 for 8 sessionsDates: June 17h, 20th July 1st, 8h, 111h 15th 18th 22th (rain dates July 25th, 29th)Time(s): 6:00 – 8:30 PM Location: East Hampton High SchoolSign up: Contact Coach Rubega @ 860-754-4252 or at patrick.rubega@comcast.net
 
6:30 PM - 7:20 PM    ZUMBA with David Tiefenbrunn - Zumba - 10 Class Card
Zumba® is a dance fitness class using music and rhythms from around the world. Using a mix of high and low intensity moves, you get a calorie burning full body workout. Zumba® is adaptable to your particular condition and or limitations.  Some of the benefits of Zumba® include improved endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and heart health. The upbeat music and movements improve mood. The dance aspects are good for keeping your mind sharp. Come try a class or 2 – if you enjoy the music, the moves will come to you - Ditch the workout, join the party! Monday and Wednesday 6:30-7:20 Notes: Wear sneakers or Zumba shoes, bring a water and towel Summer Classes meet at the Sears Park Pavilion. We move to Memorial School Cafeteria in September.    Class Prices: CARDS$75 for 10 classes.  No expiration date.   DROP INS$10 drop in anytimeRegister here online or pay David at class or in the Parks and Recreation office.  All checks need to be made out to East Hampton Parks and Recreation. 
 
6:30 PM - 7:20 PM    ZUMBA with David Tiefenbrunn - Zumba - 10 Class Card
Zumba® is a dance fitness class using music and rhythms from around the world. Using a mix of high and low intensity moves, you get a calorie burning full body workout. Zumba® is adaptable to your particular condition and or limitations.  Some of the benefits of Zumba® include improved endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and heart health. The upbeat music and movements improve mood. The dance aspects are good for keeping your mind sharp. Come try a class or 2 – if you enjoy the music, the moves will come to you - Ditch the workout, join the party! Monday and Wednesday 6:30-7:20 Notes: Wear sneakers or Zumba shoes, bring a water and towel Summer Classes meet at the Sears Park Pavilion. We move to Memorial School Cafeteria in September.    Class Prices: CARDS$75 for 10 classes.  No expiration date.   DROP INS$10 drop in anytimeRegister here online or pay David at class or in the Parks and Recreation office.  All checks need to be made out to East Hampton Parks and Recreation. 
 
Tuesday July 9, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 11:00 AM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Super Secret Spy Camp - Spy Camp Half Day
Super Secret Spy CampDo you enjoy solving mysteries? Have you ever wanted to become a secret agent? Then this is the camp for you! If you want to undergo spy training to become a secret agent join us! Activities will include daily missions, learning how to read and create your own secret messages, dusting for fingerprints, creating a spy name and disguises, obstacle courses, putting together a spy toolkit and of course having FUN! Teachers: Molly Clark and Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 8th - 12thAges: 5 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTwo Options:Half Day: 8:30 – 11:30/$110Full Day: 8:30 – 2:00/$175 *Please send your child to camp each day with a lunch, a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal
 
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    Super Secret Spy Camp - Spy Camp Full Day
Super Secret Spy CampDo you enjoy solving mysteries? Have you ever wanted to become a secret agent? Then this is the camp for you! If you want to undergo spy training to become a secret agent join us! Activities will include daily missions, learning how to read and create your own secret messages, dusting for fingerprints, creating a spy name and disguises, obstacle courses, putting together a spy toolkit and of course having FUN! Teachers: Molly Clark and Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 8th - 12thAges: 5 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTwo Options:Half Day: 8:30 – 11:30/$110Full Day: 8:30 – 2:00/$175 *Please send your child to camp each day with a lunch, a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Just Being Me - A camp for ages 9-14 - Just Being Me
Just Being ME!A camp for kids ages 9-14 to exercise, craft, and bakeIn this camp your child will be able to do a variety of things! Come hang out with other kids your age and have a week of fun! Your child will be walking, baking, crafting, and making memories!We will meet daily in a classroom at Memorial School. Throughout the week, your child will: Walk the airline trail from the school and check out the exercise park Paint/make kindness rocks for others Craft daily including decoupage, canvas crafts, card making, and more! Walk to Main Street pizza for lunch Get a manicure at Creative Nails Have our hair styled for fun Baking fun Walk to the bakery Learn to play a variety of card and board games with each other  Teacher: Stacey GibsonDates: July 8-12Time: 9:00-2:00Ages: 9-14 yearsCost: $175.00 This includes all craft and baking supplies, and trips!Place: Memorial School *Please drop off your child and pick them up daily in lobby at Memorial School. Please send your child in with a lunch, water bottle, and extra snack each
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 3
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 3 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Junior Lifeguarding
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
Wednesday July 10, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 3 (8:00AM -9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 11:00 AM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Super Secret Spy Camp - Spy Camp Half Day
Super Secret Spy CampDo you enjoy solving mysteries? Have you ever wanted to become a secret agent? Then this is the camp for you! If you want to undergo spy training to become a secret agent join us! Activities will include daily missions, learning how to read and create your own secret messages, dusting for fingerprints, creating a spy name and disguises, obstacle courses, putting together a spy toolkit and of course having FUN! Teachers: Molly Clark and Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 8th - 12thAges: 5 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTwo Options:Half Day: 8:30 – 11:30/$110Full Day: 8:30 – 2:00/$175 *Please send your child to camp each day with a lunch, a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal
 
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    Super Secret Spy Camp - Spy Camp Full Day
Super Secret Spy CampDo you enjoy solving mysteries? Have you ever wanted to become a secret agent? Then this is the camp for you! If you want to undergo spy training to become a secret agent join us! Activities will include daily missions, learning how to read and create your own secret messages, dusting for fingerprints, creating a spy name and disguises, obstacle courses, putting together a spy toolkit and of course having FUN! Teachers: Molly Clark and Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 8th - 12thAges: 5 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTwo Options:Half Day: 8:30 – 11:30/$110Full Day: 8:30 – 2:00/$175 *Please send your child to camp each day with a lunch, a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Just Being Me - A camp for ages 9-14 - Just Being Me
Just Being ME!A camp for kids ages 9-14 to exercise, craft, and bakeIn this camp your child will be able to do a variety of things! Come hang out with other kids your age and have a week of fun! Your child will be walking, baking, crafting, and making memories!We will meet daily in a classroom at Memorial School. Throughout the week, your child will: Walk the airline trail from the school and check out the exercise park Paint/make kindness rocks for others Craft daily including decoupage, canvas crafts, card making, and more! Walk to Main Street pizza for lunch Get a manicure at Creative Nails Have our hair styled for fun Baking fun Walk to the bakery Learn to play a variety of card and board games with each other  Teacher: Stacey GibsonDates: July 8-12Time: 9:00-2:00Ages: 9-14 yearsCost: $175.00 This includes all craft and baking supplies, and trips!Place: Memorial School *Please drop off your child and pick them up daily in lobby at Memorial School. Please send your child in with a lunch, water bottle, and extra snack each
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 3
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 3 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Seniors and Students Paint Party - Paint Party (students)
What: Seniors & Students Paint PartyWhen: Wednesday, July 10, 2019 from 1:00 - 3:00Who: 10 Seniors and 10 Students (age 7 - 12)Where: East Hampton Senior Center This event brings together senior citizens and students for a creative afternoon, showing that art is a language anyone can speak, no matter your age! Led by volunteer instructor, Karen Williams, participants will enjoy a guided art lesson and leave with a ready-to-hang masterpiece. Registration for seniors will take place at the Senior Center and students (ages 7 - 12) can register via Parks and Rec. Light refreshments will be served. There is no charge for this event. Sponsored by Kindness with Kids. 
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 3 (3:00PM-4:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 3 (4:00PM - 5:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Junior Lifeguarding
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Running Camp for Middle Schoolers - MS Running Camp
Running Camp for Middle SchoolersThis 8 week program introduces students in grades 6-9 to the world of running. Each week has a new running topic such as stretching, running form and goal setting. The program focuses on developing these runners to compete in the Glorious Gallop 5K race on July 12. Location: East Hampton High School Track Cost: $80 For:Grades 6-9Dates and Times:WednesdaysMay 22 – July 106:00PM – 7:30PM
 
6:30 PM - 7:20 PM    ZUMBA with David Tiefenbrunn - Zumba - 10 Class Card
Zumba® is a dance fitness class using music and rhythms from around the world. Using a mix of high and low intensity moves, you get a calorie burning full body workout. Zumba® is adaptable to your particular condition and or limitations.  Some of the benefits of Zumba® include improved endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and heart health. The upbeat music and movements improve mood. The dance aspects are good for keeping your mind sharp. Come try a class or 2 – if you enjoy the music, the moves will come to you - Ditch the workout, join the party! Monday and Wednesday 6:30-7:20 Notes: Wear sneakers or Zumba shoes, bring a water and towel Summer Classes meet at the Sears Park Pavilion. We move to Memorial School Cafeteria in September.    Class Prices: CARDS$75 for 10 classes.  No expiration date.   DROP INS$10 drop in anytimeRegister here online or pay David at class or in the Parks and Recreation office.  All checks need to be made out to East Hampton Parks and Recreation. 
 
6:30 PM - 7:20 PM    ZUMBA with David Tiefenbrunn - Zumba - 10 Class Card
Zumba® is a dance fitness class using music and rhythms from around the world. Using a mix of high and low intensity moves, you get a calorie burning full body workout. Zumba® is adaptable to your particular condition and or limitations.  Some of the benefits of Zumba® include improved endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and heart health. The upbeat music and movements improve mood. The dance aspects are good for keeping your mind sharp. Come try a class or 2 – if you enjoy the music, the moves will come to you - Ditch the workout, join the party! Monday and Wednesday 6:30-7:20 Notes: Wear sneakers or Zumba shoes, bring a water and towel Summer Classes meet at the Sears Park Pavilion. We move to Memorial School Cafeteria in September.    Class Prices: CARDS$75 for 10 classes.  No expiration date.   DROP INS$10 drop in anytimeRegister here online or pay David at class or in the Parks and Recreation office.  All checks need to be made out to East Hampton Parks and Recreation. 
 
Thursday July 11, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 3 (8:00AM -9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 11:00 AM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Super Secret Spy Camp - Spy Camp Half Day
Super Secret Spy CampDo you enjoy solving mysteries? Have you ever wanted to become a secret agent? Then this is the camp for you! If you want to undergo spy training to become a secret agent join us! Activities will include daily missions, learning how to read and create your own secret messages, dusting for fingerprints, creating a spy name and disguises, obstacle courses, putting together a spy toolkit and of course having FUN! Teachers: Molly Clark and Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 8th - 12thAges: 5 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTwo Options:Half Day: 8:30 – 11:30/$110Full Day: 8:30 – 2:00/$175 *Please send your child to camp each day with a lunch, a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal
 
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    Super Secret Spy Camp - Spy Camp Full Day
Super Secret Spy CampDo you enjoy solving mysteries? Have you ever wanted to become a secret agent? Then this is the camp for you! If you want to undergo spy training to become a secret agent join us! Activities will include daily missions, learning how to read and create your own secret messages, dusting for fingerprints, creating a spy name and disguises, obstacle courses, putting together a spy toolkit and of course having FUN! Teachers: Molly Clark and Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 8th - 12thAges: 5 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTwo Options:Half Day: 8:30 – 11:30/$110Full Day: 8:30 – 2:00/$175 *Please send your child to camp each day with a lunch, a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Just Being Me - A camp for ages 9-14 - Just Being Me
Just Being ME!A camp for kids ages 9-14 to exercise, craft, and bakeIn this camp your child will be able to do a variety of things! Come hang out with other kids your age and have a week of fun! Your child will be walking, baking, crafting, and making memories!We will meet daily in a classroom at Memorial School. Throughout the week, your child will: Walk the airline trail from the school and check out the exercise park Paint/make kindness rocks for others Craft daily including decoupage, canvas crafts, card making, and more! Walk to Main Street pizza for lunch Get a manicure at Creative Nails Have our hair styled for fun Baking fun Walk to the bakery Learn to play a variety of card and board games with each other  Teacher: Stacey GibsonDates: July 8-12Time: 9:00-2:00Ages: 9-14 yearsCost: $175.00 This includes all craft and baking supplies, and trips!Place: Memorial School *Please drop off your child and pick them up daily in lobby at Memorial School. Please send your child in with a lunch, water bottle, and extra snack each
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 3
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 3 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 3 (3:00PM-4:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 3 (4:00PM - 5:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Junior Lifeguarding
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Summer Pole Vault Clinic - Vaulting Camp
Camp is open to boys and girls, ages 12 and older, interested in learning to pole vault as well as experienced vaulters interested in developing further.This camp teaches fundamentals of vaulting technique in a fun and safe environment. Pole vaulting can be enjoyed by anyone willing to consistently practice; no special skills or athletic abilities are required. The camp will run for eight sessions, one or two nights per week. The final class will provide campers an opportunity to compete in a track meet style competition. The camp is run by Patrick Rubega who maintains CIAC Connecticut coaching certification as well as certification from the National Pole Vault Safety Certification Board. Since 2004, under Coach Rubega, the East Hampton High School pole vaulters have achieved significant success including many Conference Championships and 49 different athletes have qualified to compete in State Championship track meets generating… 16 Class S State Championships generated by 10 different athletes (5 girls & 5 boys) 22 athletes (8 girls & 14 boys) placed 69 different times in Class S Championships 7 athletes (1 Girl & 6 Boys) Placed 11 different times in State Open Championships Camp For: Boys and girls ages 12 or older  Cost:   $200 for 8 sessionsDates: June 17h, 20th July 1st, 8h, 111h 15th 18th 22th (rain dates July 25th, 29th)Time(s): 6:00 – 8:30 PM Location: East Hampton High SchoolSign up: Contact Coach Rubega @ 860-754-4252 or at patrick.rubega@comcast.net
 
Friday July 12, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 3 (8:00AM -9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 11:00 AM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Super Secret Spy Camp - Spy Camp Half Day
Super Secret Spy CampDo you enjoy solving mysteries? Have you ever wanted to become a secret agent? Then this is the camp for you! If you want to undergo spy training to become a secret agent join us! Activities will include daily missions, learning how to read and create your own secret messages, dusting for fingerprints, creating a spy name and disguises, obstacle courses, putting together a spy toolkit and of course having FUN! Teachers: Molly Clark and Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 8th - 12thAges: 5 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTwo Options:Half Day: 8:30 – 11:30/$110Full Day: 8:30 – 2:00/$175 *Please send your child to camp each day with a lunch, a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal
 
8:30 AM - 2:00 PM    Super Secret Spy Camp - Spy Camp Full Day
Super Secret Spy CampDo you enjoy solving mysteries? Have you ever wanted to become a secret agent? Then this is the camp for you! If you want to undergo spy training to become a secret agent join us! Activities will include daily missions, learning how to read and create your own secret messages, dusting for fingerprints, creating a spy name and disguises, obstacle courses, putting together a spy toolkit and of course having FUN! Teachers: Molly Clark and Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 8th - 12thAges: 5 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTwo Options:Half Day: 8:30 – 11:30/$110Full Day: 8:30 – 2:00/$175 *Please send your child to camp each day with a lunch, a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal
 
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM    Just Being Me - A camp for ages 9-14 - Just Being Me
Just Being ME!A camp for kids ages 9-14 to exercise, craft, and bakeIn this camp your child will be able to do a variety of things! Come hang out with other kids your age and have a week of fun! Your child will be walking, baking, crafting, and making memories!We will meet daily in a classroom at Memorial School. Throughout the week, your child will: Walk the airline trail from the school and check out the exercise park Paint/make kindness rocks for others Craft daily including decoupage, canvas crafts, card making, and more! Walk to Main Street pizza for lunch Get a manicure at Creative Nails Have our hair styled for fun Baking fun Walk to the bakery Learn to play a variety of card and board games with each other  Teacher: Stacey GibsonDates: July 8-12Time: 9:00-2:00Ages: 9-14 yearsCost: $175.00 This includes all craft and baking supplies, and trips!Place: Memorial School *Please drop off your child and pick them up daily in lobby at Memorial School. Please send your child in with a lunch, water bottle, and extra snack each
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 3
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 3 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 3 (3:00PM-4:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 3 (4:00PM - 5:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Junior Lifeguarding
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
Saturday July 13, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
Sunday July 14, 2019
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
9:00 AM - 6:00 PM    David Wetmore
 
Monday July 15, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 4 (8:00AM - 9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Wet and Messy Camp - Wet and Messy Camp
WET and MESSY CAMP This camp is for children ages 4-8 years who are ready to get wet and messy! Each day the children will painting, gluing, having water fun, making slime, playdoh, and having hands on FUN! Dress your child for mess each day!Teachers: Stacey Gibson and Keri EvansDates: July 15-19thTime: 8:00-11:00 amCost: $110.00Ages: 4-8 years oldPlace: Memorial School *Please send your child to camp each day with a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal. Bring a smock!
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Summer Soccer Week - Ray Reid - Young Stars Camp
New for this season is a combination program with Ray Reid's Young Stars program in the morning and Futsal in the afternoons!  Morning - Ray Reid's Young Stars CampLed by Coach Ray Reid's first-class coaching staff this program seeks to develop and improve each player's technique, skills and creativity with the ball. Players will be exposed to dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and small-sided games emphasizing touches on the ball and possession. The training focus for younger players ages will be to improve their skills in a fun-filled environment and players will work on technical refinement and receive an introduction to the tactical side of the game.  The East Hampton Young Stars Camp features a strong coach-to-player ratio and a certified trainer will be on duty throughout camp.The Ray Reid Soccer School's Young Stars Camp will challenge players to keep improving their skills in a fun-filled environment while instilling a passion for the game.  Players will receive a Ray Reid Soccer School camp t-shirt and a Young Stars Certificate; all players should BRING their own soccer ball to camp.All participants should bring a soccer ball, water bottle, shin guards and lunch if staying all day.  Lunch will be supervised by EHPR Staff.  Afternoon - Futsol  The aim of this program is to increase the players personal skills to the next level. Using Futsal (Futbol de Salao – Soccer in a Room) as a platform for high speed, high volume ball touches and maneuvering in tight spaces. A typical Futsal game allows the player to touch the ball up to 600% more than traditional soccer thereby increasing the player’s decision-making skills and comfort with the ball. A Futsal ball is smaller and heavier, which allows the player to easily command the ball and in return increase confidence that seamlessly transforms to a soccer game. This process produces skillful players.
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry - Harry Potter
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and WizardryHeadmaster Albus Dumbledore (Order of Merlin, First Class Grand Sorc. Chf. Warlock, Supreme Mugwump, International Confed. of Wizards) is pleased to inform you that you have been accepted at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. All necessary books and equipment will be provided for you. You will participate in many classes including (but not limited to) Herbology, Charms, Transfiguration, Potions and even try your hand at Quidditch. Sincerely, Minerva McGonagall ~ Deputy Headmistress Teachers: Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 15 - 19thAges: 7 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTime: 8:30 – 11:30amCost: $110 *Please send your child to camp each day with a snack and a water bottle. I will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal.
 
8:30 AM - 2:45 PM    Summer Soccer Week - Young Stars + Futsol
New for this season is a combination program with Ray Reid's Young Stars program in the morning and Futsal in the afternoons!  Morning - Ray Reid's Young Stars CampLed by Coach Ray Reid's first-class coaching staff this program seeks to develop and improve each player's technique, skills and creativity with the ball. Players will be exposed to dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and small-sided games emphasizing touches on the ball and possession. The training focus for younger players ages will be to improve their skills in a fun-filled environment and players will work on technical refinement and receive an introduction to the tactical side of the game.  The East Hampton Young Stars Camp features a strong coach-to-player ratio and a certified trainer will be on duty throughout camp.The Ray Reid Soccer School's Young Stars Camp will challenge players to keep improving their skills in a fun-filled environment while instilling a passion for the game.  Players will receive a Ray Reid Soccer School camp t-shirt and a Young Stars Certificate; all players should BRING their own soccer ball to camp.All participants should bring a soccer ball, water bottle, shin guards and lunch if staying all day.  Lunch will be supervised by EHPR Staff.  Afternoon - Futsol  The aim of this program is to increase the players personal skills to the next level. Using Futsal (Futbol de Salao – Soccer in a Room) as a platform for high speed, high volume ball touches and maneuvering in tight spaces. A typical Futsal game allows the player to touch the ball up to 600% more than traditional soccer thereby increasing the player’s decision-making skills and comfort with the ball. A Futsal ball is smaller and heavier, which allows the player to easily command the ball and in return increase confidence that seamlessly transforms to a soccer game. This process produces skillful players.
 
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Little People's Camp - Little People's 2
Laurie Wolseger Our Little People sure feel like big kids when they go to camp. They will do crafts, play indoors and outdoors, and enjoy a story and snack under a shady tree with their buddies. Participants should bring a snack and a drink daily. Don't forget to apply sunblock before coming.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Five Tool All Star Baseball Camp - Five Tool Baseball
Scott Wosleger, Wesleyan University Baseball CoachThis clinic features age appropriate, comprehensive instruction from high school, college and professional coaches and players. Hitting, fielding, pitching, and mental training are all covered. Skills and Evaluation Baseball Camp - Five Tool Baseball Learn all the skills necessary to succeed at your current or next level of baseball. Additional bonus segment will include exposure to the bigger field basics like leading, stealing, pitching moves, etc. Age appropriate instruction.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 4
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 4 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM    Welcome to Kindergarten! - Welcome to Kindergarten
Welcome to Kindergarten Camp! This camp is for children entering Kindergarten in fall of 2019. In this camp, your child will get to explore and see Memorial school. They will be able to craft, read, and play alongside of peers their age. Each day in kindergarten camp has a theme! The daily themes are: Letters, Clifford, Rainbow Fish, Elephant and Piggy, and Pete the Cat! Teachers: Stacey Gibson and Keri EvansDates: July 15th-19thTimes: 11:30-2:30 pmCost: $110.00Place: Memorial School *Please send your child in with a lunch and water bottle daily. We will meet in the front lobby at Memorial school for drop off and pick up daily.
 
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM    U is for Unicorns and Other Mythical Creatures - Unicorn
U is for Unicorns and Other Mythical CreaturesDo you love Unicorns? Would you like to create projects and learn more about these mythical creatures? Then this is the camp for you! Activities will include daily crafts and stories that center around Unicorns and other mythical creatures like fairies and mermaids! Come and join me if you want to explore this magical world with me! Teachers: Molly Clark Dates: July 15th – 19thAges: 4 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTime: 11:30am – 2:30pmCost: $110 
 
12:30 PM - 2:45 PM    Summer Soccer Week - Futsol
New for this season is a combination program with Ray Reid's Young Stars program in the morning and Futsal in the afternoons!  Morning - Ray Reid's Young Stars CampLed by Coach Ray Reid's first-class coaching staff this program seeks to develop and improve each player's technique, skills and creativity with the ball. Players will be exposed to dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and small-sided games emphasizing touches on the ball and possession. The training focus for younger players ages will be to improve their skills in a fun-filled environment and players will work on technical refinement and receive an introduction to the tactical side of the game.  The East Hampton Young Stars Camp features a strong coach-to-player ratio and a certified trainer will be on duty throughout camp.The Ray Reid Soccer School's Young Stars Camp will challenge players to keep improving their skills in a fun-filled environment while instilling a passion for the game.  Players will receive a Ray Reid Soccer School camp t-shirt and a Young Stars Certificate; all players should BRING their own soccer ball to camp.All participants should bring a soccer ball, water bottle, shin guards and lunch if staying all day.  Lunch will be supervised by EHPR Staff.  Afternoon - Futsol  The aim of this program is to increase the players personal skills to the next level. Using Futsal (Futbol de Salao – Soccer in a Room) as a platform for high speed, high volume ball touches and maneuvering in tight spaces. A typical Futsal game allows the player to touch the ball up to 600% more than traditional soccer thereby increasing the player’s decision-making skills and comfort with the ball. A Futsal ball is smaller and heavier, which allows the player to easily command the ball and in return increase confidence that seamlessly transforms to a soccer game. This process produces skillful players.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 4 (3:00PM - 4:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 4 (4:00PM - 5:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Junior Lifeguarding
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Summer Pole Vault Clinic - Vaulting Camp
Camp is open to boys and girls, ages 12 and older, interested in learning to pole vault as well as experienced vaulters interested in developing further.This camp teaches fundamentals of vaulting technique in a fun and safe environment. Pole vaulting can be enjoyed by anyone willing to consistently practice; no special skills or athletic abilities are required. The camp will run for eight sessions, one or two nights per week. The final class will provide campers an opportunity to compete in a track meet style competition. The camp is run by Patrick Rubega who maintains CIAC Connecticut coaching certification as well as certification from the National Pole Vault Safety Certification Board. Since 2004, under Coach Rubega, the East Hampton High School pole vaulters have achieved significant success including many Conference Championships and 49 different athletes have qualified to compete in State Championship track meets generating… 16 Class S State Championships generated by 10 different athletes (5 girls & 5 boys) 22 athletes (8 girls & 14 boys) placed 69 different times in Class S Championships 7 athletes (1 Girl & 6 Boys) Placed 11 different times in State Open Championships Camp For: Boys and girls ages 12 or older  Cost:   $200 for 8 sessionsDates: June 17h, 20th July 1st, 8h, 111h 15th 18th 22th (rain dates July 25th, 29th)Time(s): 6:00 – 8:30 PM Location: East Hampton High SchoolSign up: Contact Coach Rubega @ 860-754-4252 or at patrick.rubega@comcast.net
 
6:30 PM - 7:20 PM    ZUMBA with David Tiefenbrunn - Zumba - 10 Class Card
Zumba® is a dance fitness class using music and rhythms from around the world. Using a mix of high and low intensity moves, you get a calorie burning full body workout. Zumba® is adaptable to your particular condition and or limitations.  Some of the benefits of Zumba® include improved endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and heart health. The upbeat music and movements improve mood. The dance aspects are good for keeping your mind sharp. Come try a class or 2 – if you enjoy the music, the moves will come to you - Ditch the workout, join the party! Monday and Wednesday 6:30-7:20 Notes: Wear sneakers or Zumba shoes, bring a water and towel Summer Classes meet at the Sears Park Pavilion. We move to Memorial School Cafeteria in September.    Class Prices: CARDS$75 for 10 classes.  No expiration date.   DROP INS$10 drop in anytimeRegister here online or pay David at class or in the Parks and Recreation office.  All checks need to be made out to East Hampton Parks and Recreation. 
 
6:30 PM - 7:20 PM    ZUMBA with David Tiefenbrunn - Zumba - 10 Class Card
Zumba® is a dance fitness class using music and rhythms from around the world. Using a mix of high and low intensity moves, you get a calorie burning full body workout. Zumba® is adaptable to your particular condition and or limitations.  Some of the benefits of Zumba® include improved endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and heart health. The upbeat music and movements improve mood. The dance aspects are good for keeping your mind sharp. Come try a class or 2 – if you enjoy the music, the moves will come to you - Ditch the workout, join the party! Monday and Wednesday 6:30-7:20 Notes: Wear sneakers or Zumba shoes, bring a water and towel Summer Classes meet at the Sears Park Pavilion. We move to Memorial School Cafeteria in September.    Class Prices: CARDS$75 for 10 classes.  No expiration date.   DROP INS$10 drop in anytimeRegister here online or pay David at class or in the Parks and Recreation office.  All checks need to be made out to East Hampton Parks and Recreation. 
 
Tuesday July 16, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 4 (8:00AM - 9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Wet and Messy Camp - Wet and Messy Camp
WET and MESSY CAMP This camp is for children ages 4-8 years who are ready to get wet and messy! Each day the children will painting, gluing, having water fun, making slime, playdoh, and having hands on FUN! Dress your child for mess each day!Teachers: Stacey Gibson and Keri EvansDates: July 15-19thTime: 8:00-11:00 amCost: $110.00Ages: 4-8 years oldPlace: Memorial School *Please send your child to camp each day with a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal. Bring a smock!
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Summer Soccer Week - Ray Reid - Young Stars Camp
New for this season is a combination program with Ray Reid's Young Stars program in the morning and Futsal in the afternoons!  Morning - Ray Reid's Young Stars CampLed by Coach Ray Reid's first-class coaching staff this program seeks to develop and improve each player's technique, skills and creativity with the ball. Players will be exposed to dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and small-sided games emphasizing touches on the ball and possession. The training focus for younger players ages will be to improve their skills in a fun-filled environment and players will work on technical refinement and receive an introduction to the tactical side of the game.  The East Hampton Young Stars Camp features a strong coach-to-player ratio and a certified trainer will be on duty throughout camp.The Ray Reid Soccer School's Young Stars Camp will challenge players to keep improving their skills in a fun-filled environment while instilling a passion for the game.  Players will receive a Ray Reid Soccer School camp t-shirt and a Young Stars Certificate; all players should BRING their own soccer ball to camp.All participants should bring a soccer ball, water bottle, shin guards and lunch if staying all day.  Lunch will be supervised by EHPR Staff.  Afternoon - Futsol  The aim of this program is to increase the players personal skills to the next level. Using Futsal (Futbol de Salao – Soccer in a Room) as a platform for high speed, high volume ball touches and maneuvering in tight spaces. A typical Futsal game allows the player to touch the ball up to 600% more than traditional soccer thereby increasing the player’s decision-making skills and comfort with the ball. A Futsal ball is smaller and heavier, which allows the player to easily command the ball and in return increase confidence that seamlessly transforms to a soccer game. This process produces skillful players.
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry - Harry Potter
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and WizardryHeadmaster Albus Dumbledore (Order of Merlin, First Class Grand Sorc. Chf. Warlock, Supreme Mugwump, International Confed. of Wizards) is pleased to inform you that you have been accepted at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. All necessary books and equipment will be provided for you. You will participate in many classes including (but not limited to) Herbology, Charms, Transfiguration, Potions and even try your hand at Quidditch. Sincerely, Minerva McGonagall ~ Deputy Headmistress Teachers: Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 15 - 19thAges: 7 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTime: 8:30 – 11:30amCost: $110 *Please send your child to camp each day with a snack and a water bottle. I will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal.
 
8:30 AM - 2:45 PM    Summer Soccer Week - Young Stars + Futsol
New for this season is a combination program with Ray Reid's Young Stars program in the morning and Futsal in the afternoons!  Morning - Ray Reid's Young Stars CampLed by Coach Ray Reid's first-class coaching staff this program seeks to develop and improve each player's technique, skills and creativity with the ball. Players will be exposed to dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and small-sided games emphasizing touches on the ball and possession. The training focus for younger players ages will be to improve their skills in a fun-filled environment and players will work on technical refinement and receive an introduction to the tactical side of the game.  The East Hampton Young Stars Camp features a strong coach-to-player ratio and a certified trainer will be on duty throughout camp.The Ray Reid Soccer School's Young Stars Camp will challenge players to keep improving their skills in a fun-filled environment while instilling a passion for the game.  Players will receive a Ray Reid Soccer School camp t-shirt and a Young Stars Certificate; all players should BRING their own soccer ball to camp.All participants should bring a soccer ball, water bottle, shin guards and lunch if staying all day.  Lunch will be supervised by EHPR Staff.  Afternoon - Futsol  The aim of this program is to increase the players personal skills to the next level. Using Futsal (Futbol de Salao – Soccer in a Room) as a platform for high speed, high volume ball touches and maneuvering in tight spaces. A typical Futsal game allows the player to touch the ball up to 600% more than traditional soccer thereby increasing the player’s decision-making skills and comfort with the ball. A Futsal ball is smaller and heavier, which allows the player to easily command the ball and in return increase confidence that seamlessly transforms to a soccer game. This process produces skillful players.
 
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Little People's Camp - Little People's 2
Laurie Wolseger Our Little People sure feel like big kids when they go to camp. They will do crafts, play indoors and outdoors, and enjoy a story and snack under a shady tree with their buddies. Participants should bring a snack and a drink daily. Don't forget to apply sunblock before coming.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Five Tool All Star Baseball Camp - Five Tool Baseball
Scott Wosleger, Wesleyan University Baseball CoachThis clinic features age appropriate, comprehensive instruction from high school, college and professional coaches and players. Hitting, fielding, pitching, and mental training are all covered. Skills and Evaluation Baseball Camp - Five Tool Baseball Learn all the skills necessary to succeed at your current or next level of baseball. Additional bonus segment will include exposure to the bigger field basics like leading, stealing, pitching moves, etc. Age appropriate instruction.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 4
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 4 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM    Welcome to Kindergarten! - Welcome to Kindergarten
Welcome to Kindergarten Camp! This camp is for children entering Kindergarten in fall of 2019. In this camp, your child will get to explore and see Memorial school. They will be able to craft, read, and play alongside of peers their age. Each day in kindergarten camp has a theme! The daily themes are: Letters, Clifford, Rainbow Fish, Elephant and Piggy, and Pete the Cat! Teachers: Stacey Gibson and Keri EvansDates: July 15th-19thTimes: 11:30-2:30 pmCost: $110.00Place: Memorial School *Please send your child in with a lunch and water bottle daily. We will meet in the front lobby at Memorial school for drop off and pick up daily.
 
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM    U is for Unicorns and Other Mythical Creatures - Unicorn
U is for Unicorns and Other Mythical CreaturesDo you love Unicorns? Would you like to create projects and learn more about these mythical creatures? Then this is the camp for you! Activities will include daily crafts and stories that center around Unicorns and other mythical creatures like fairies and mermaids! Come and join me if you want to explore this magical world with me! Teachers: Molly Clark Dates: July 15th – 19thAges: 4 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTime: 11:30am – 2:30pmCost: $110 
 
12:30 PM - 2:45 PM    Summer Soccer Week - Futsol
New for this season is a combination program with Ray Reid's Young Stars program in the morning and Futsal in the afternoons!  Morning - Ray Reid's Young Stars CampLed by Coach Ray Reid's first-class coaching staff this program seeks to develop and improve each player's technique, skills and creativity with the ball. Players will be exposed to dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and small-sided games emphasizing touches on the ball and possession. The training focus for younger players ages will be to improve their skills in a fun-filled environment and players will work on technical refinement and receive an introduction to the tactical side of the game.  The East Hampton Young Stars Camp features a strong coach-to-player ratio and a certified trainer will be on duty throughout camp.The Ray Reid Soccer School's Young Stars Camp will challenge players to keep improving their skills in a fun-filled environment while instilling a passion for the game.  Players will receive a Ray Reid Soccer School camp t-shirt and a Young Stars Certificate; all players should BRING their own soccer ball to camp.All participants should bring a soccer ball, water bottle, shin guards and lunch if staying all day.  Lunch will be supervised by EHPR Staff.  Afternoon - Futsol  The aim of this program is to increase the players personal skills to the next level. Using Futsal (Futbol de Salao – Soccer in a Room) as a platform for high speed, high volume ball touches and maneuvering in tight spaces. A typical Futsal game allows the player to touch the ball up to 600% more than traditional soccer thereby increasing the player’s decision-making skills and comfort with the ball. A Futsal ball is smaller and heavier, which allows the player to easily command the ball and in return increase confidence that seamlessly transforms to a soccer game. This process produces skillful players.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 4 (3:00PM - 4:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 4 (4:00PM - 5:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Junior Lifeguarding
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Jump Camp - Jump Camp - Session I
 
Wednesday July 17, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 4 (8:00AM - 9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Wet and Messy Camp - Wet and Messy Camp
WET and MESSY CAMP This camp is for children ages 4-8 years who are ready to get wet and messy! Each day the children will painting, gluing, having water fun, making slime, playdoh, and having hands on FUN! Dress your child for mess each day!Teachers: Stacey Gibson and Keri EvansDates: July 15-19thTime: 8:00-11:00 amCost: $110.00Ages: 4-8 years oldPlace: Memorial School *Please send your child to camp each day with a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal. Bring a smock!
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Summer Soccer Week - Ray Reid - Young Stars Camp
New for this season is a combination program with Ray Reid's Young Stars program in the morning and Futsal in the afternoons!  Morning - Ray Reid's Young Stars CampLed by Coach Ray Reid's first-class coaching staff this program seeks to develop and improve each player's technique, skills and creativity with the ball. Players will be exposed to dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and small-sided games emphasizing touches on the ball and possession. The training focus for younger players ages will be to improve their skills in a fun-filled environment and players will work on technical refinement and receive an introduction to the tactical side of the game.  The East Hampton Young Stars Camp features a strong coach-to-player ratio and a certified trainer will be on duty throughout camp.The Ray Reid Soccer School's Young Stars Camp will challenge players to keep improving their skills in a fun-filled environment while instilling a passion for the game.  Players will receive a Ray Reid Soccer School camp t-shirt and a Young Stars Certificate; all players should BRING their own soccer ball to camp.All participants should bring a soccer ball, water bottle, shin guards and lunch if staying all day.  Lunch will be supervised by EHPR Staff.  Afternoon - Futsol  The aim of this program is to increase the players personal skills to the next level. Using Futsal (Futbol de Salao – Soccer in a Room) as a platform for high speed, high volume ball touches and maneuvering in tight spaces. A typical Futsal game allows the player to touch the ball up to 600% more than traditional soccer thereby increasing the player’s decision-making skills and comfort with the ball. A Futsal ball is smaller and heavier, which allows the player to easily command the ball and in return increase confidence that seamlessly transforms to a soccer game. This process produces skillful players.
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry - Harry Potter
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and WizardryHeadmaster Albus Dumbledore (Order of Merlin, First Class Grand Sorc. Chf. Warlock, Supreme Mugwump, International Confed. of Wizards) is pleased to inform you that you have been accepted at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. All necessary books and equipment will be provided for you. You will participate in many classes including (but not limited to) Herbology, Charms, Transfiguration, Potions and even try your hand at Quidditch. Sincerely, Minerva McGonagall ~ Deputy Headmistress Teachers: Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 15 - 19thAges: 7 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTime: 8:30 – 11:30amCost: $110 *Please send your child to camp each day with a snack and a water bottle. I will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal.
 
8:30 AM - 2:45 PM    Summer Soccer Week - Young Stars + Futsol
New for this season is a combination program with Ray Reid's Young Stars program in the morning and Futsal in the afternoons!  Morning - Ray Reid's Young Stars CampLed by Coach Ray Reid's first-class coaching staff this program seeks to develop and improve each player's technique, skills and creativity with the ball. Players will be exposed to dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and small-sided games emphasizing touches on the ball and possession. The training focus for younger players ages will be to improve their skills in a fun-filled environment and players will work on technical refinement and receive an introduction to the tactical side of the game.  The East Hampton Young Stars Camp features a strong coach-to-player ratio and a certified trainer will be on duty throughout camp.The Ray Reid Soccer School's Young Stars Camp will challenge players to keep improving their skills in a fun-filled environment while instilling a passion for the game.  Players will receive a Ray Reid Soccer School camp t-shirt and a Young Stars Certificate; all players should BRING their own soccer ball to camp.All participants should bring a soccer ball, water bottle, shin guards and lunch if staying all day.  Lunch will be supervised by EHPR Staff.  Afternoon - Futsol  The aim of this program is to increase the players personal skills to the next level. Using Futsal (Futbol de Salao – Soccer in a Room) as a platform for high speed, high volume ball touches and maneuvering in tight spaces. A typical Futsal game allows the player to touch the ball up to 600% more than traditional soccer thereby increasing the player’s decision-making skills and comfort with the ball. A Futsal ball is smaller and heavier, which allows the player to easily command the ball and in return increase confidence that seamlessly transforms to a soccer game. This process produces skillful players.
 
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Little People's Camp - Little People's 2
Laurie Wolseger Our Little People sure feel like big kids when they go to camp. They will do crafts, play indoors and outdoors, and enjoy a story and snack under a shady tree with their buddies. Participants should bring a snack and a drink daily. Don't forget to apply sunblock before coming.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Five Tool All Star Baseball Camp - Five Tool Baseball
Scott Wosleger, Wesleyan University Baseball CoachThis clinic features age appropriate, comprehensive instruction from high school, college and professional coaches and players. Hitting, fielding, pitching, and mental training are all covered. Skills and Evaluation Baseball Camp - Five Tool Baseball Learn all the skills necessary to succeed at your current or next level of baseball. Additional bonus segment will include exposure to the bigger field basics like leading, stealing, pitching moves, etc. Age appropriate instruction.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 4
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 4 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
11:00 AM - 1:00 PM    The Drone Experience - Drone
The Drone Experience.Have you ever wanted to fly a real drone? Come spend a couple hours flying a $2000 drone equipped with all the latest technology. During our time together you will learn how to operate my drone and have your own personal time flying around Memorial school. You will receive your own drone camp T-Shirt, a drone pilot license and you will get pictures and videos of you flying. That’s right! The drone has its own built in high definition 4k camera. We can also test our mini indoor drone and fly through obstacle courses throughout the school. Come learn and become an official drone pilot. Please note this a one time 2 hour flying experience and not a week long camp. Rain date make-ups are easily available.Instructor: Mr. Gowac (Memorial School 2nd Grade Teacher)                 Part 107 FAA Certified Drone Operator.Price $85 / 2 hour sessionMax Students per session 2
 
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM    Welcome to Kindergarten! - Welcome to Kindergarten
Welcome to Kindergarten Camp! This camp is for children entering Kindergarten in fall of 2019. In this camp, your child will get to explore and see Memorial school. They will be able to craft, read, and play alongside of peers their age. Each day in kindergarten camp has a theme! The daily themes are: Letters, Clifford, Rainbow Fish, Elephant and Piggy, and Pete the Cat! Teachers: Stacey Gibson and Keri EvansDates: July 15th-19thTimes: 11:30-2:30 pmCost: $110.00Place: Memorial School *Please send your child in with a lunch and water bottle daily. We will meet in the front lobby at Memorial school for drop off and pick up daily.
 
11:30 AM - 2:30 PM    U is for Unicorns and Other Mythical Creatures - Unicorn
U is for Unicorns and Other Mythical CreaturesDo you love Unicorns? Would you like to create projects and learn more about these mythical creatures? Then this is the camp for you! Activities will include daily crafts and stories that center around Unicorns and other mythical creatures like fairies and mermaids! Come and join me if you want to explore this magical world with me! Teachers: Molly Clark Dates: July 15th – 19thAges: 4 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTime: 11:30am – 2:30pmCost: $110 
 
12:30 PM - 2:45 PM    Summer Soccer Week - Futsol
New for this season is a combination program with Ray Reid's Young Stars program in the morning and Futsal in the afternoons!  Morning - Ray Reid's Young Stars CampLed by Coach Ray Reid's first-class coaching staff this program seeks to develop and improve each player's technique, skills and creativity with the ball. Players will be exposed to dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and small-sided games emphasizing touches on the ball and possession. The training focus for younger players ages will be to improve their skills in a fun-filled environment and players will work on technical refinement and receive an introduction to the tactical side of the game.  The East Hampton Young Stars Camp features a strong coach-to-player ratio and a certified trainer will be on duty throughout camp.The Ray Reid Soccer School's Young Stars Camp will challenge players to keep improving their skills in a fun-filled environment while instilling a passion for the game.  Players will receive a Ray Reid Soccer School camp t-shirt and a Young Stars Certificate; all players should BRING their own soccer ball to camp.All participants should bring a soccer ball, water bottle, shin guards and lunch if staying all day.  Lunch will be supervised by EHPR Staff.  Afternoon - Futsol  The aim of this program is to increase the players personal skills to the next level. Using Futsal (Futbol de Salao – Soccer in a Room) as a platform for high speed, high volume ball touches and maneuvering in tight spaces. A typical Futsal game allows the player to touch the ball up to 600% more than traditional soccer thereby increasing the player’s decision-making skills and comfort with the ball. A Futsal ball is smaller and heavier, which allows the player to easily command the ball and in return increase confidence that seamlessly transforms to a soccer game. This process produces skillful players.
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 4 (3:00PM - 4:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 4 (4:00PM - 5:00PM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Junior Lifeguarding
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
5:00 PM - 5:45 PM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
6:30 PM - 7:20 PM    ZUMBA with David Tiefenbrunn - Zumba - 10 Class Card
Zumba® is a dance fitness class using music and rhythms from around the world. Using a mix of high and low intensity moves, you get a calorie burning full body workout. Zumba® is adaptable to your particular condition and or limitations.  Some of the benefits of Zumba® include improved endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and heart health. The upbeat music and movements improve mood. The dance aspects are good for keeping your mind sharp. Come try a class or 2 – if you enjoy the music, the moves will come to you - Ditch the workout, join the party! Monday and Wednesday 6:30-7:20 Notes: Wear sneakers or Zumba shoes, bring a water and towel Summer Classes meet at the Sears Park Pavilion. We move to Memorial School Cafeteria in September.    Class Prices: CARDS$75 for 10 classes.  No expiration date.   DROP INS$10 drop in anytimeRegister here online or pay David at class or in the Parks and Recreation office.  All checks need to be made out to East Hampton Parks and Recreation. 
 
6:30 PM - 7:20 PM    ZUMBA with David Tiefenbrunn - Zumba - 10 Class Card
Zumba® is a dance fitness class using music and rhythms from around the world. Using a mix of high and low intensity moves, you get a calorie burning full body workout. Zumba® is adaptable to your particular condition and or limitations.  Some of the benefits of Zumba® include improved endurance, strength, balance, flexibility and heart health. The upbeat music and movements improve mood. The dance aspects are good for keeping your mind sharp. Come try a class or 2 – if you enjoy the music, the moves will come to you - Ditch the workout, join the party! Monday and Wednesday 6:30-7:20 Notes: Wear sneakers or Zumba shoes, bring a water and towel Summer Classes meet at the Sears Park Pavilion. We move to Memorial School Cafeteria in September.    Class Prices: CARDS$75 for 10 classes.  No expiration date.   DROP INS$10 drop in anytimeRegister here online or pay David at class or in the Parks and Recreation office.  All checks need to be made out to East Hampton Parks and Recreation. 
 
Thursday July 18, 2019
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Extended Care Week 4 (8:00AM - 9:00AM)
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
8:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Wet and Messy Camp - Wet and Messy Camp
WET and MESSY CAMP This camp is for children ages 4-8 years who are ready to get wet and messy! Each day the children will painting, gluing, having water fun, making slime, playdoh, and having hands on FUN! Dress your child for mess each day!Teachers: Stacey Gibson and Keri EvansDates: July 15-19thTime: 8:00-11:00 amCost: $110.00Ages: 4-8 years oldPlace: Memorial School *Please send your child to camp each day with a snack and a water bottle. We will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal. Bring a smock!
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Sears Park Passes - Sears Park Pass - Vehicle
Passes for the 2019 Summer Season are on sale starting April 1. Passes are available at the Parks and Recreation Office, Police Department, and Public Library. Vehicle passes are also available online for Residents with a $1 handling fee. You will receive your online sticker purchase within 5 business days. Boat passes are not available online. It is the East Hampton resident's responsibility to produce the proper documentation for each vehicle and vessel: - Customer needs to provide State of Connecticut issued DMV Registration(s) in person's name showing residency in East Hampton. For vehicles not registered in East Hampton customer must provide: - Tax Bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. For vehicles leased in company / corporation name instead of customer's name: - Customer needs to provide a Tax bill from Tax Collector or Assessor's Card matching name on DMV paperwork, verifying residency in East Hampton. - Driver's License or piece of mail confirming customer's name and residency in East Hampton. Seasonal Resident and or renter who cannot produce a tax bill to verify residency: - Customer needs to provide documentation from landlord or campground owner whose property is in East Hampton. - Piece of mail with customer's name and East Hampton address matching DMV paper work.
 
8:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Counselor in Training Program - Counselor in Training Program
Counselor in Training Program – Sears Park Summer Camp Do you want to be a camp counselor in the future? Then this is the program for you. This program will challenge you, inspire you, and allow you to make a difference in the lives of others. The goal of the program is to develop leadership skills that you can use throughout life and to help others and yourself identify and achieve goals. We help to develop your skills in leading and teaching children. All interested CITs will need to fill out an application, interview, set goals and be evaluated through your session. You will not be one of the summer campers but an important participant in the lives of many children. Applications are available below and must be submitted by May 17th and complete an interview the week of May 20th. This program has a limited amount of availability (4 per session) and is divided into two sessions. Participation as a CIT does not guarantee you a future position as a camp counselor. Session 1: June 24 – July 19. Session II: July 22 – August 16. Participants will also need to attend all required staff training events prior to the start of camp. Depending on the number of applicants participants may be limited to just one of the sessions. Cost: $200 per session. We also have options for placement at the Memorial School summer camp programs.  please fill out and submit the application.  To sign up for an interview please fill out the attached application, register here and submit it by the deadline.  Mailing address:  20 East High Street email:  smullen@easthamptonct.gov 
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Summer Soccer Week - Ray Reid - Young Stars Camp
New for this season is a combination program with Ray Reid's Young Stars program in the morning and Futsal in the afternoons!  Morning - Ray Reid's Young Stars CampLed by Coach Ray Reid's first-class coaching staff this program seeks to develop and improve each player's technique, skills and creativity with the ball. Players will be exposed to dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and small-sided games emphasizing touches on the ball and possession. The training focus for younger players ages will be to improve their skills in a fun-filled environment and players will work on technical refinement and receive an introduction to the tactical side of the game.  The East Hampton Young Stars Camp features a strong coach-to-player ratio and a certified trainer will be on duty throughout camp.The Ray Reid Soccer School's Young Stars Camp will challenge players to keep improving their skills in a fun-filled environment while instilling a passion for the game.  Players will receive a Ray Reid Soccer School camp t-shirt and a Young Stars Certificate; all players should BRING their own soccer ball to camp.All participants should bring a soccer ball, water bottle, shin guards and lunch if staying all day.  Lunch will be supervised by EHPR Staff.  Afternoon - Futsol  The aim of this program is to increase the players personal skills to the next level. Using Futsal (Futbol de Salao – Soccer in a Room) as a platform for high speed, high volume ball touches and maneuvering in tight spaces. A typical Futsal game allows the player to touch the ball up to 600% more than traditional soccer thereby increasing the player’s decision-making skills and comfort with the ball. A Futsal ball is smaller and heavier, which allows the player to easily command the ball and in return increase confidence that seamlessly transforms to a soccer game. This process produces skillful players.
 
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry - Harry Potter
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and WizardryHeadmaster Albus Dumbledore (Order of Merlin, First Class Grand Sorc. Chf. Warlock, Supreme Mugwump, International Confed. of Wizards) is pleased to inform you that you have been accepted at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. All necessary books and equipment will be provided for you. You will participate in many classes including (but not limited to) Herbology, Charms, Transfiguration, Potions and even try your hand at Quidditch. Sincerely, Minerva McGonagall ~ Deputy Headmistress Teachers: Stephanie HoffmanDates: July 15 - 19thAges: 7 -12 yearsPlace: Memorial SchoolTime: 8:30 – 11:30amCost: $110 *Please send your child to camp each day with a snack and a water bottle. I will meet your child in the lobby each day for drop off and dismissal.
 
8:30 AM - 2:45 PM    Summer Soccer Week - Young Stars + Futsol
New for this season is a combination program with Ray Reid's Young Stars program in the morning and Futsal in the afternoons!  Morning - Ray Reid's Young Stars CampLed by Coach Ray Reid's first-class coaching staff this program seeks to develop and improve each player's technique, skills and creativity with the ball. Players will be exposed to dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, and small-sided games emphasizing touches on the ball and possession. The training focus for younger players ages will be to improve their skills in a fun-filled environment and players will work on technical refinement and receive an introduction to the tactical side of the game.  The East Hampton Young Stars Camp features a strong coach-to-player ratio and a certified trainer will be on duty throughout camp.The Ray Reid Soccer School's Young Stars Camp will challenge players to keep improving their skills in a fun-filled environment while instilling a passion for the game.  Players will receive a Ray Reid Soccer School camp t-shirt and a Young Stars Certificate; all players should BRING their own soccer ball to camp.All participants should bring a soccer ball, water bottle, shin guards and lunch if staying all day.  Lunch will be supervised by EHPR Staff.  Afternoon - Futsol  The aim of this program is to increase the players personal skills to the next level. Using Futsal (Futbol de Salao – Soccer in a Room) as a platform for high speed, high volume ball touches and maneuvering in tight spaces. A typical Futsal game allows the player to touch the ball up to 600% more than traditional soccer thereby increasing the player’s decision-making skills and comfort with the ball. A Futsal ball is smaller and heavier, which allows the player to easily command the ball and in return increase confidence that seamlessly transforms to a soccer game. This process produces skillful players.
 
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM    Little People's Camp - Little People's 2
Laurie Wolseger Our Little People sure feel like big kids when they go to camp. They will do crafts, play indoors and outdoors, and enjoy a story and snack under a shady tree with their buddies. Participants should bring a snack and a drink daily. Don't forget to apply sunblock before coming.
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Five Tool All Star Baseball Camp - Five Tool Baseball
Scott Wosleger, Wesleyan University Baseball CoachThis clinic features age appropriate, comprehensive instruction from high school, college and professional coaches and players. Hitting, fielding, pitching, and mental training are all covered. Skills and Evaluation Baseball Camp - Five Tool Baseball Learn all the skills necessary to succeed at your current or next level of baseball. Additional bonus segment will include exposure to the bigger field basics like leading, stealing, pitching moves, etc. Age appropriate instruction.
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 4
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    Summer Camp, Sears Park - Sears Park Summer Camp Week 4 - Grade 6-8
Sears Park Summer CampCamp Director: Heather Holbrook Sears Park Camp is an eight-week day camp held at Sears Park. The campers have a blast! Each day offers activities such as crafts, sports, and games. The entire camp goes swimming and has sand castle contests most afternoons. Each week there will be a special theme and field trip. Swimming is fully supervised by our ARC Certified Lifeguards and camp staff. The camp staff is CPR/First Aid Certified. Participants can sign up for one week at a time or for all eight sessions. Campers should bring a lunch, snacks, drinks, water bottle, sunblock, swimsuit, and towel. Everything should be labeled with the camper’s name. A backpack is recommended. Please leave all electronics at home.For: Boys and Girls entering grades K-8 in the fall of 2019 New this year is an option for those entering grades 6-8 with age appropriate activities!  Camp Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-3:00PMWeekly tuition: $135 first child, $115 per siblingWeek of July 1 – July 5 (no camp July 4)$120 first child, $100 per sibling Payment is due in full to enroll.  If you would like to pay by deposit, you will need to come into the Parks and Recreation Office or call 860-267-7300.  Deposit payments for the first week of camp, plus a $25 per child per week non-refundable deposit is required to enroll.You will not be enrolled in camp until these deposits are received. Tuition is due by Wednesday for the following week, late payment will result in a loss of your spot if camp is full with a waiting list.  There will be a late fee added to your balance if payment is not received by Friday.  No Exceptions.  Refund Policy:  If you are unable to attend a program you have registered for, please contact us. You must contact us 7 days before a program starts to receive a 100% refund. Cancelations inside of 7 days will receive a 50% refund or be issued an account credit for another activity. After the program starts no refunds will be issued. All Field trip costs are included with tuition.  Sessions and Field Trips (Thursdays unless noted)June 24 - June 28 - Nature's Art - (Lake Compounce for grades 6-8)July 1 - July 5 - (July 3rd) - Camp Swap with Colchester Parks and Recreation July 8 - July 12 - Pump It Up (Formerly Bounce U) - (Brownstone Park for grades 6-8)July 15 - July 19 - Camp Carnival (No off site field trip)July 22 - July 26 - Flight, Fit and Fun July 29 - August 2 - Harkness Park August 5 - August 9 - Mystic Aquarium August 12 - August 16 - Camp Picnic (no off site field trip)Extended Care:Available in weekly one-hour blocks: 8:00-9:00AM, 3:00-4:00PM and 4:00-5:00PM. The cost is $30 per block, per week ($25 for the week of July 1 – July 5). Pre-registration is required for all extended care.Payment for the first week your child will be attending camp, including extended care fees for the first week and the required deposits for subsequent weeks need to be submitted to the Parks and Recreation Department to be enrolled. Checks should be made payable to East Hampton Parks and Recreation if paying with a check. Online registration is available at www.easthamptonrec.com 
 
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Parent and Child Aquatics
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 1
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 2
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 3
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 4
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 5
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke, 2 minutes of survival swimming, rescue breathingLevel 6-Swimming and Skill ProficiencyObjective: Refine strokes so students swim them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances; includes "menu options" - Personal Water Safety, Fitness Swimmer and Fundamentals of DivingRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 5 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 5 skillsSkills Covered: 500 yards continuous swim using 100 yards each of front & back crawl, 50 yards each of breastroke, elementary backstroke, sidestroke & butterfly and 100 yards choice of any of those strokes, survival floating and back floating 5 minutes each, feet first surface dive & retrieve an object from 7 feet, Cooper 12-minute swim test 
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Swim Lessons (Session 2), American Red Cross - Level 6
All lessons are taught at Sears Park by certified lifeguards.- Additional children of the same family will be discounted $30.American Red Cross Swimming Lessons Level 1-6 Level 1-Introduction to Water SkillsObjective: To help students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safelyRequirements: NoneSkills Covered: Entering and exiting the water safely, learning to submerge mouth, nose and eyes and breath control, front and back float and recovering to a stand, changing direction in the water, swimming 5 feet on front and back. Level 2-Fundamental Aquatic SkillsObjective: To give students success with fundamental skillsRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 1 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 1 skillsSkills Covered: Entering water by stepping or jumping in from the side, submerging entire head, blowing bubbles, open eyes underwater, front and back glide, swim 15 feet on front and 10 feet on back, swim on side, life jacket useLevel 3-Stroke DevelopmentObjective: To build on skills in Level 2 through additional guided practiceRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 2 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 2 skillsSkills Covered: Jump into deep water, head first entry from sitting or kneeling, submerging and retrieving an object, bobbing, survival float for 30 seconds, treading water for 30 seconds, front crawl 15 yards, butterfly 15 feet, back crawl 15 yards, elementary rescues, safe diving, check-call-careLevel 4-Stroke ImprovementObjective: To develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other aquatic skills by increasing endurance through swimming greater distancesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 3 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 3 skillsSkills Covered: diving, underwater swimming, feet-first surface dive, 1 minute of survival floating, treading and back floating, 25 yards of front crawl, breaststroke and back crawl, 15 yards of butterfly and elementary backstroke and sidestroke, compact jump from height in a lifejacket, throwing assists and caring for conscious choking victimLevel 5-Stroke RefinementObjective: Coordination and refinement of strokesRequirements: Students entering this level must possess a Level 4 certificate or demonstrate all the Level 4 skillsSkills Covered: Shallow dive, tuck and pike surface dives, 2 minutes of survival floating, back float and treading water, flip turns on front and back, 50 yards front and back crawl, 25 yards butterfly, breaststroke, elementary