Tier 2 Announcement Means that We Can Welcome You Back to Programs!

Tue January 19, 2021

The Governor announced yesterday, Jan 18 that our region (region 9) is able to move to Tier 2 mitigation due to meeting the metrics that are in place to do so. If you are enrolled in programs that were scheduled to happen this evening or in the next couple days, you will be contacted by a Recreation Supervisor regarding program changes.

 

Tier 2 Announcement Means that We Can Welcome You Back to Programs!

 

We invite you to browse the winter/spring program guide as it is updated weekly to reflect all program/event offerings now through the end of May. If a program has already started, please don’t hesitate to reach out as you may still be able to register at a pro-rated price.

 

Jason Herbster, Executive Director

Crystal Lake Park District

 

Winter Spring Digital Guide

 

Special Events

· Events listed in the brochure are moving forward as listed with face coverings and social distancing requirements

· Due to miniature golf course icy conditions, Snow What! Let’s Putt Family Mini Golf event has a new date (Feb 27) and registration is still open.

 

Fitness and Yoga

· Most classes are now in person and some will be offered with hybrid option (participant selects Zoom or in person)

· Classes are 10 person, in person max

· Fees have been pro-rated

· For questions regarding fitness/yoga, contact Jennifer Peterson at jpeterson@crystallakeparks.org

· An up to date daily schedule of classes can be found online at on our Fitness/Yoga page

 

Youth Variety

· Cooking: All iCook cooking classes will continue to be held on zoom at this time.

· Other classes moving forward in the brochure, in person with face coverings required and social distancing guidelines in place

 

Dance/Baton/Theater

· Classes moving forward in the brochure, in person with face coverings required and social distancing guidelines in place

· For questions regarding Dance/Baton/Theater, contact Lindsey Pollina at lpollina@crystallakeparks.org

 

Art

· Art Attack Classes will continue to be held on Zoom

· All other art classes will be held in person with masks required and maintaining social distancing.

· For questions regarding Art classes contact Lindsey Pollina at lpollina@crystallakeparks.org

 

 Youth Athletics

· Hot Shots Sports classes moving forward in the brochure, in person with face coverings required and social distancing guidelines in place

· Karate classes moving forward in the brochure, in person with face coverings required and social distancing guidelines in place

· For questions regarding Youth Sports classes contact Heidi Stolt at hstolt@crystallakeparks.org

 

 Senior/Adult:

· Classes moving forward in the brochure, in person with face coverings required and social distancing guidelines in place

· Senior Center projected to open March 1

 

Nature Center

Nature Center hours of operation resume on Tu, Jan 26.

Hours of Operation

Tu-Sat, 10 am-4 pm

· NART (Nature Art) drop in will be rescheduled to Sat, Jan 30, 10 am-Noon

· Nature Center classes and drop in programs will resume as listed in the winter/spring guide with masks required and social distancing requirements

 

Colonel Palmer House

Colonel Palmer House hours of operation resume on Th, Jan 28.

Hours of Operation: Th, 1-4 pm and Sat, 11 am-4 pm

 

The Racket Club

· Masks are no longer required on court, provided 6 feet of separation can be maintained between individuals. Masks are still required when not on court.

· Doubles play in all ways, shapes, and forms may resume.

· Decisions regarding timing of classes starting are pending

· A list of current COVID-19 Event Participation Modifications at The Racket Club is posted for all members and guests at the Racket Club front desk.