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SUMMERMay - August 2019Summer CampMiddle InsertWhat’s Inside?JRC GrandOpening Page 6The Oasis SwimAcademy Pages 13-16The ClubhouseIndoor PlaygroundPage 29s

WE’RE PROUD TO SUPPORT THEBLOOMINGDALEPARK DISTRICTWhat do we love the most about this community? The people we shareit with! That’s why we support the families here, the local businesses andthe charitable organizations, too. Beyond providing banking solutions,we also take pride in giving back to the people who work to make thisarea so great. Why? Because this isn’t just home to us; it’s home to allBLOOMINGDALE’S COMMUNITY BANKof us. And, as a true community bank, we know that when we all do ourpart, we can help make Bloomingdale better for everyone.165 W. Lake St. Bloomingdale, IL 60108630-295-9111 www.bloomingdalebank.comIS YOUR CHILD NOT A JUNIOR SAVER?SHOW THEM THAT SAVING MONEY CAN BE FUN WITH THE CLUB TODAY!(Must be under age 22. Ask a Personal Banker for more details.) FREE Junior Savers Club events, activities, sweepstakes and giveaways all year long! Earn interest on every dollar in your Junior Savers account! NO minimum deposit to open!1Proud to be part of thefamilyBloomingdale Bank & Trust is a branch of Schaumburg Bank & Trust Company, N.A. At account opening, child(ren) must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and present a valid social securitynumber(s). 1. Fees. A maintenance fee of 5.00 will be imposed every calendar month if the balance in the account falls below 200.00 any day of the calendar month once theJunior Saver has reached the age of 22. Transaction limitations will apply. Fees may reduce earnings.2 Register online at bloomingdaleparks.org or complete the registration form on page 78.

general information/administrationContact Us:Phone: (630) 529-3650Email:[email protected]: www.bloomingdaleparks.orgMuseumRegistration Desk108 S. Bloomingdale RoadBloomingdale, IL 60108Of ce *ours at 30AM-4:30PM9AM-1PM*oliday ClosingsMay 27, July 4, September 2Social cutive DirectorCarrie Fullerton, [email protected] of RecreationSandy Vangundy, [email protected] of Parks & PlanningJoe Potts, [email protected] -ey:t 1SPHSBN DMBTT JOWPMWFT QBSFOU BOE DIJME interaction. t 1SPHSBN DMBTT PGGFST B EJTDPVOU GPS FBSMZ SFHJTUSBUJPO t 3FTJEFOUT ZFBST PG BHF BOE CFUUFS RVBMJGZ GPSthe Park District’s 20% discount. t 1SPHSBN DMBTT JT SFDPNNFOEFE CZ #MPPNJOHEBMFPark District staff. t 1SPHSBN DMBTT QBSUOFST XJUI BOPUIFS QSPHSBN GPSparent/child convenience. t %PVCMF 3FD 3FXBSETAdministration. 3Adult . 61-71Fitness & Sports . 61-65Variety . 66-69Sunrise Shuffle 5K. 26Trips . 70-71Walking Track . 62B-Fit Center . 61Before & After School Care . 35-37Birthday Parties . 28Board of Commissioners . 4Clubhouse . 29Dance . 27, 57Early Childhood . 33-43Before & After School Care . 35-37Programs . 38-43Preschool . 33-34Facilities/Park Map . 73General Information . 3, 77Registration Form & Information . 77-78Gymnastics . 48-51JRC Grand Opening . 6Museum . 74-75Open Gym. 53, 65Oasis Water Park . 9-19Barracudas Swim & Dive Team. 17General Information .9-11Grand Opening . 8Island Events . 18-19Oasis Swim Academy . 13-16Rentals & Parties . 12Parks/Facilities Map. 73President’s Letter . 4Referendum 2016 Update . 5, 7Registration Form & Information . 77-78Rental – Parks & Facilities . 30-32Special Events . 20-26Summer Camps.InsertSwim Lessons . 13-16Tweens & Teens . 59-60Trips . 70-71Youth . 44-60Athletic Association Contacts . 45Barracudas Swim & Dive Team. 17Dance . 27, 57Fitness & Sports . 44-54General . 55-58Gymnastics . 48-51In-House Soccer . 44Martial Arts . 47Open Gym. 53, 65Score 6 . 45Tweens & Teens . 59-60Youth Basketball Association . 46WDSRA . 76Westfield Walking Track . 62Register online at bloomingdaleparks.org or complete the registration form on page 78. 3

President’sspecial eventsspecial eventsLETTERSummer 2019It’s almost here! The day we have all been awaiting is right around the corner. On Saturday, July 13th, the ribbon will be cut allowingguests to use the newly-renovated Johnston Recreation Center. See page 6 for more details.As you all know, over the past year, our patrons have been forced to use satellite and remote facilities to attend various program offeringsdue to renovations that were requested and paid for through funds appropriated in the 2016 referendum passage.I invite you all to attend and tour our new state-of-the-art facility that includes, among other areas, an entirely new preschool wing. Colorshave been brightened, security enhanced, and parents will be able to avail themselves of hi-speed wi-fi while their child or grandchildenjoys their new surroundings.You might even want to while away the time in our new fitness center or multi-purpose lounge area while the children enjoy the newindoor playground. We didn’t forget our active adult patrons as we have added space for their enjoyment, too.The first thing you’ll notice when entering is a newly-designed reception area that allows our staff to see exactly who is entering andexiting the building. Other than a few key administrative personnel, most of the management staff has been moved downstairs in order tofree up valuable programming space and access to natural light on the upper level. Your convenience, safety and enjoyment was foremostin our redesign.New restrooms and convertible meeting space were added to make the building as adaptive as it could be. The gymnasium has newsound-absorbing panels as well as new windows to brighten the space. Consider learning how to create a new dish in the new teachingkitchen and impress everyone at dinner time!As we now begin to enjoy this new “old” building, I’d like to thank all of those responsible for this very impressive achievement. Welcomehome!My thanks also to Stratford Square Mall, Bloomingdale Chamber of Commerce, Bloomingdale Public Library, Bloomingdale Fire ProtectionDistrict, Bloomingdale Church, School District 13, St. Paul Evangelical Church and Glenbard North High School for allowing the use oftheir facilities at times over the past year. Also to the Village of Bloomingdale Building Department and the Bloomingdale Fire ProtectionDistrict, thank you for all of your cooperation. To our architect, Williams Architects, and the construction manager, Corporate Construction,and all of the trades involved, thanks for getting us there on time.Finally, to all of us here at the BPD, I thank each and every resident who took the time to learn what we had planned and voted to authorizethe spending to carry us forward for the next 50 years.Sincerely yours,Schedules, minutes and agendas are availableonline at www.bloomingdaleparks.org. Thepublic is invited to attend.Sebastian “Buzz” PuccioPresidentBloomingdale Park District Board of Commissionersbloomingdale park district board of commissionersBuzz PuccioPresidentAndre BurkeVice PresidentJerry MarshallTreasurerMike VoglCommissionerKaren JohnsCommissionercorporate partners4 Register online at bloomingdaleparks.org or complete the registration form on page 78.

Referendum 2016 UpdateRendering of exterior of building. Rendering is not final.The Bloomingdale Park District is nearly finished completing thecapital projects identified by the community as needing repair and/or improvement based upon the successful referendum in November2016.Updates on the projects are as follows:Johnston Recreation CenterRenovating the Johnston Recreation Center to include committedspace for active older adult programming, improved early childhood/preschool space, and enhanced security throughout began May 2018with a targeted completion date of Summer 2019.The official grand opening is tentatively scheduled for Saturday, July13. See page 6 for more information.t 5IF NBKPS FOIBODFNFOUT UP UIF CVJMEJOH JODMVEF o Secure preschool wing on upper levelo Programing space for seniors/active adultso Improved registration/front desk accesso Interactive play addition for preschool, rental use andbirthday partieso Fitness room and fitness equipmento Multi-purpose/arts and crafts/kindergarten room(s)o Infrastructure improvements including plumbing, mechanical,electrical (with added efficiencies) and fire sprinkler systemo Updated teaching/concessions kitcheno Improved, modernized finisheso Additional natural light and skylightsRendering of front desk area. Rendering is not final.o Exterior façade improvementsRegister online at bloomingdaleparks.org or complete the registration form on page 78. 5

Rendering of indoor playground. Rendering is not final.JRC Grand OpeningJuly 13,10AM-NoonEveryone is invited to witness the grand re-opening of the completely renovated Johnston3FDSFBUJPO FOUFS 5IF EBZ T GFTUJWJUJFT JODMVEF Ribbon CuttingRecognition of ContributorsToursProgram DemosFree Clubhouse playTry out the B-fit CenterThank you residents!6 Register online at bloomingdaleparks.org or complete the registration form on page 78.

Referendum 2016 UpdatentureAll New Adve ound!rIsland SpraygMore deckshade & deckspace for patrons!Rendering of Adventure Island. Rendering is not final.The Oasis Water ParkUpdating and/or improving some recreation features at The OasisWater Park and creation of more deck shade and deck space began Fallof 2018 and will be finished prior to the opening of the 2019 season.See next page for information on the Grand Opening.The updates/improvements to The Oasis included: Renovated play structure in Otter Island (now known as AdventureIsland)Springfield Park Ballfield ComplexThe fields were re-engineered to help prevent widespread flooding offields and nearby paths in addition to the installation of new battingcages, fencing and backstops, concrete walkways, shaded dugoutswith windscreens, updated lighting, entrance gate and new basketballcourt and standards.The project was completed and celebrated May 6, 2018 with a ribboncutting held on Bloomingdale Baseball & Softball Association’sOpening Day.o New slide with run outo New play structure roofSpringfield Park WetlandsRestoring the shorelines of the wetlands to address non-native,invasive species and improve stormwater management continues toprogress according to plan.o New pools and fallso New waterguno New pipe fallso New spinning trayo Incorporation of theme elements Interior fence rope and netting replacement New soft play animals play features New and/or additional cantilever shade structures New and/or additional seating area shade structures New bike rack Aquatic-themed concrete stamps at bathhouse entry New public benches and picnic tables The project includes the chemical and mechanical removal ofinvasive, non-native species such as cat tails, Phragmites, etc.,followed by the establishment of native wetlands and uplandspecies. These processes will be repeated for two to three years until thewetlands are properly restored and the ongoing stewardshipbegins.As responsible stewards of your tax dollars, we look forward to thecompletion of these projects so that ball games can be played withminimal interruption, invasive species can be removed from the wetlands,The Oasis Water Park receives upgrades on outdated equipment, andchildren and adults alike who attend classes at the recreation center canhave adequate space for their education and enjoyment.Register online at bloomingdaleparks.org or complete the registration form on page 78. 7

Oasis Grand Re-OpeningJune 1, 11AM-NoonEveryone is invited to celebrate the grand re-opening of The Oasis Water Park. The Oasis underwentsignificant upgrades over the past year (see previous page) including the complete replacement ofthe children’s sprayground – now known as Adventure Island.Help celebrate this amazing achievement with refreshments, raffles, games, contests and more!Oasis BeachTowel RaffleRibbon Cutting 11:15AMThank you residents!8 Register online at bloomingdaleparks.org or complete the registration form on page 78.Tour “Behindthe Scenes”

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the oasisHours:Special Hours:Weekends - Sat/Sun (June 1 - August 18) ". 1.Due to special events and programs, The Oasis may havelimited hours and/or limited areas open to the public oncertain dates. Adjustments to regular hours are subject tochange and will be posted at The Oasis.Weekdays (TBD - August 16) ". 1. *The Oasis opens at 11AM to passholders.Drop Slide/Aqua Climb Hours:"RVB MJNC )PVST ". 1. 1. 1. 1. %SPQ 4MJEF )PVST 1. 1. 1.Postseason at The Oasis:August 23 - September 24BUVSEBZ 4VOEBZ -BCPS %BZ 1.Daily Admission Rates: IJME "EVMU 4FOJPS %BZ 1VODI 1BTT R/NR Children 8 and younger must be accompanied by aresponsible individual (paid admission or passholder) 16years or older for Oasis entry.wTry our nech10-day punpass!The following dates are scheduled changes to regularIPVST June 12 4XJN .FFU 0BTJT DMPTFT BU 1. June 15 4XJN .FFU 0BTJT PQFOT BU BQQSPYJNBUFMZ 12PMJune 22 4XJN .FFU 0BTJT PQFOT BU BQQSPYJNBUFMZ 12PMJune 29 4XJN .FFU 0BTJT PQFOT BU BQQSPYJNBUFMZ 12PMJuly 4Oasis closes at 5PMJuly 6 4XJN .FFU 0BTJT PQFOT BU BQQSPYJNBUFMZ 12PMJuly 13 4XJN .FFU 0BTJT PQFOT BU BQQSPYJNBUFMZ 12PMAugust 6 0BTJT DMPTFT BU 1. SFPQFOT BU 1. for National Night Out)August 9 5IF 0BTJT DMPTFT BU 1. GPS #" TQFDJBM eventAugust 14Oasis closes at 5PM for Volunteer EventTBA%JWF .FFU A VEB PWF DMPTFT BU 1. TBA%JWF .FFU A VEB PWF DMPTFT BU 1. TBA%JWF .FFU A VEB PWF DMPTFT BU 1. Need Assistance? New!The Oasis has two state-of-the-art, remote-controlled liftsfor patrons needing assistance into and out of the water.If you would like to use a lift, please inform an Oasis staffmember – we’re happy to assist!ParkingPool Closing ProcedureAt the discretion of the pool manager, the pool may beDMPTFE GPS UIF GPMMPXJOH SFBTPOT 1. Air temperature is below 68 degrees2. Heavy rain3. Lightning/thunder (minimum of 30 minutes)4. Mechanical or chemical situation5. Less than 50 patrons for an hour6. Attractions will close as attendance decreasesIn addition to the Johnston Recreation Center and Oasisparking lot, there is additional parking available on CircleAvenue, Fairfield Drive, Circle South Parking Lot andWestfield Middle School.Excellent place! Lots of fun forkids and adults!- Five St