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Saturday July 20, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Yoga - Yoga
Yoga is a learning experience about your body and who you are in your body. Meet Joann Williams. Joann developed her love of Yoga in 2001 looking for a stronger back and healthier body.  On the path of this journey she found that yoga has so many other aspects; quite mind, strong overall body, and that yoga is fun!    Joann is a registered 200 hour Yoga Teacher trained in Core Strength Vinyasa, a modern style of hatha yoga created by Sadie Nardindi and an additional certification for special needs ages 5 to 21 from Stretch What Matters in Massachusetts.  Joann continues to explore various styles and aspects of yoga to incorporate into her classes where one needs to be soft to be strong.      Day: Thursday      Time: 6:00-7:00pmLocation: Seymour Community Center     Price: $35Dates: June 6,13,20,27 July 11, 18 (No Class July 4th )        Day: Saturday     Time: 8:30-9:30amLocation: Seymour Community Center     Price: $35Dates: June 8, 22, 29 July 6, 13, 20Special Rate $60 for both classes*Please Bring your own Mat or Towel*
Community Center - Library - Room #113
 
Sunday July 21, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Church - Interest List
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
Monday July 22, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Strider's Club - Strider's Club
DUE TO THE HEAT NEW TIME IS 8:30 am (may change back depending what participants want in fall)
Community Center - Multi Purpose Field
 
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM    2019 Rec Summer Camp - Summer Rec Camp
Registration OPEN! Register Before MAY 1 for best price.Seymour Recreation's Summer Camp will take place at Bungay School! There will be a mixture of supervised free play and scheduled group activities. Age appropriate activities in the areas of sports, games, team building, and arts and crafts will be included. Your child will be placed in age appropriate groups and assigned a counselor who will get to know your child throughout the summer. The program highlights are listed below.  When:    June 17 – August 2   Ages:  Entering Grades 1–8 grade               Click:                      Pre-K Camp for ages 3 - 5                      Middle School Field Trip Camp for grades 6-8                      CIT program for grades 9 - 11   Days:  Monday – FridayWhere:  Bungay School   Time:  8:30 am - 2:30 pm   Price:  $220/Prior May 1              $300/May 1-May 31st               $325/After May 31st                             2019 Summer Camp:~ Free Play and scheduled group activities throughout the day~ On-Site Special Events (K-9 Unit, Adventure Bound (Game Show),Circle K   Farm, Summer Cookout, Matias Magician and Carnival Day)~ Use of the school for rainy days, special events, and projects~ Counselors certified in First Aid, CPR and Concussion Training~ Easy drop off and pick up from car at 8:30 am and 2:30 pm – similar to    school procedures~ Free T-shirt to be worn on all field trips~ Pizza Fridays available for purchase~ Weekly Swimming, Field Trips and the Ice Cream Truck~ Sibling discounts for 3 or more childrenWe believe all our town children should be able to participate in our summer program and that no one should be turned away due to their inability to pay. Financial Assistance and payment plans are available.  Forms can be found below. To be considered all forms must be submitted to Seymour Community Services by May 1st and the child must be registered online without checking out.  Forms received after May 1st will be considered if funding has not been depleted. All questions should be directed to the Community Center at 203-888-0406. 
Bungay Elementary School
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Soccer Camp - Soccer Summer Camp
Seymour Recreation welcomes The Cunningham Soccer academy! This week long training opportunity, for boys and girls to play soccer and truly gain a love for the game.  Whether your child is just starting out or has years of experience, we have what you are looking for.  We will work on various technical, tactical and physical components of the game in a fun and safe environment.   When:  July 22- July 26 Where:  Seymour Middle School (Soccer Field)    Cost:  $99 per person ($10 off each additional family member)    Who: Boys and Girls entering 3rd 9th grade             -3 rd to 8th grades- 9am -11 am          Coach: Thomas Cunningham- Coach Cunningham is a former Division I Goalkeeper at Adelphi University (Garden City, NY) where he earned his B.S. in Health and Physical Education.  Coach Cunningham is the Head Coach of the Varsity Girls Soccer team at Fairfield Warde H.S and was recently named 2014 CGSCA CT Coach of the Year and 2017 CHSCA Coach of the Year.(Current and/or Former High School coaches and players are on staff)
Seymour Middle School - Soccer Field
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Pickleball- Open Play (FY19) - Pickleball
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.New teams will form each week as participants arrive. All equipment will be provided! Please see dates and times below.NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR July - August 19, Mon, Tues, Thurs 9 -11.
Community Center - Gym
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    2019 Pre K Summer Camp - Pre K Camp
Registration opens April 1st 3-5 year old campers will enjoy an exciting summer program that includes arts and crafts, sports, water play and exposure to nature, music and literature. A low counselor (Certified teacher and aid) to camper ratio ensures that children will have the opportunity to learn, grow and play while meeting new friends. When:   July 1 – August 2 (no camp July 4th & 5th) Ages:    3-5Days:    Monday - Friday Where: Seymour Community Center Time:    9:00 am-1:00 pmRegistration Dates   Session Price    Single WeekBefore May 1              $300                     $75May 1 - June 1            $325                    $100After June 1                $350                    $125Other Requirements:  Must be Potty Trained Must be a least 3 at start of camp Must bring Snack and Drinks Sun screen must be applied prior to coming to program Minimum of 6 kids to run program
Community Center - Library - Room #113
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Chair Yoga
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance (FY 19) - Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Wii Bowling (FY19) - Wii Bowling
Wii Bowling   
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Football Summer Camp - Football Camp Seymour High School - Football Field
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Zumba Dance - Zumba Dance
Zumba Dance takes the "work" out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. This super fun & effective class is a must for anyone trying to get in shape or stay in shape.Days/Times: Mondays, 6:30 pm Session Dates: 8 Weeks (See below for exact dates)Location: Seymour Community Center GymSession Price 1 Day/week: $45Instructor: Cara StaffieriExclusion Dates: 
Community Center - Gym
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Seymour DTC Caucus Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
Tuesday July 23, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services - Food Bank
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM    2019 Rec Summer Camp - Summer Rec Camp
Registration OPEN! Register Before MAY 1 for best price.Seymour Recreation's Summer Camp will take place at Bungay School! There will be a mixture of supervised free play and scheduled group activities. Age appropriate activities in the areas of sports, games, team building, and arts and crafts will be included. Your child will be placed in age appropriate groups and assigned a counselor who will get to know your child throughout the summer. The program highlights are listed below.  When:    June 17 – August 2   Ages:  Entering Grades 1–8 grade               Click:                      Pre-K Camp for ages 3 - 5                      Middle School Field Trip Camp for grades 6-8                      CIT program for grades 9 - 11   Days:  Monday – FridayWhere:  Bungay School   Time:  8:30 am - 2:30 pm   Price:  $220/Prior May 1              $300/May 1-May 31st               $325/After May 31st                             2019 Summer Camp:~ Free Play and scheduled group activities throughout the day~ On-Site Special Events (K-9 Unit, Adventure Bound (Game Show),Circle K   Farm, Summer Cookout, Matias Magician and Carnival Day)~ Use of the school for rainy days, special events, and projects~ Counselors certified in First Aid, CPR and Concussion Training~ Easy drop off and pick up from car at 8:30 am and 2:30 pm – similar to    school procedures~ Free T-shirt to be worn on all field trips~ Pizza Fridays available for purchase~ Weekly Swimming, Field Trips and the Ice Cream Truck~ Sibling discounts for 3 or more childrenWe believe all our town children should be able to participate in our summer program and that no one should be turned away due to their inability to pay. Financial Assistance and payment plans are available.  Forms can be found below. To be considered all forms must be submitted to Seymour Community Services by May 1st and the child must be registered online without checking out.  Forms received after May 1st will be considered if funding has not been depleted. All questions should be directed to the Community Center at 203-888-0406. 
Off Site Trip & Transportation
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Soccer Camp - Soccer Summer Camp
Seymour Recreation welcomes The Cunningham Soccer academy! This week long training opportunity, for boys and girls to play soccer and truly gain a love for the game.  Whether your child is just starting out or has years of experience, we have what you are looking for.  We will work on various technical, tactical and physical components of the game in a fun and safe environment.   When:  July 22- July 26 Where:  Seymour Middle School (Soccer Field)    Cost:  $99 per person ($10 off each additional family member)    Who: Boys and Girls entering 3rd 9th grade             -3 rd to 8th grades- 9am -11 am          Coach: Thomas Cunningham- Coach Cunningham is a former Division I Goalkeeper at Adelphi University (Garden City, NY) where he earned his B.S. in Health and Physical Education.  Coach Cunningham is the Head Coach of the Varsity Girls Soccer team at Fairfield Warde H.S and was recently named 2014 CGSCA CT Coach of the Year and 2017 CHSCA Coach of the Year.(Current and/or Former High School coaches and players are on staff)
Seymour Middle School - Soccer Field
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    2019 Pre K Summer Camp - Pre K Camp
Registration opens April 1st 3-5 year old campers will enjoy an exciting summer program that includes arts and crafts, sports, water play and exposure to nature, music and literature. A low counselor (Certified teacher and aid) to camper ratio ensures that children will have the opportunity to learn, grow and play while meeting new friends. When:   July 1 – August 2 (no camp July 4th & 5th) Ages:    3-5Days:    Monday - Friday Where: Seymour Community Center Time:    9:00 am-1:00 pmRegistration Dates   Session Price    Single WeekBefore May 1              $300                     $75May 1 - June 1            $325                    $100After June 1                $350                    $125Other Requirements:  Must be Potty Trained Must be a least 3 at start of camp Must bring Snack and Drinks Sun screen must be applied prior to coming to program Minimum of 6 kids to run program
Community Center - Library - Room #113
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Walking DVD - Walking DVD
Afternoon walking anyone?  Rather than an afternoon coffee break, come to the center for an afternoon fitness break.  We will use  the Community Center DVD to walk in place and get some afternoon cardio fitness.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
10:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Strength, Toning, and Balance
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Shopping
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportaton Services Bingo
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Mahjong (FY19) - Mahjong Club (FY19)
Come join a game at the center!
Community Center - Card Room - Room #129
 
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Farmer's Market Community Center - Parking Lot, Back/Side
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services - Doctor's Appointments
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Acoustic Folk Music Group - Acoustic Folk Music Group
New group looking for musicians who have Acoustic Guitars that are interested in getting together and play Acoustic Folk Music once a week on Tuesday afternoons from 2:00 -4:00 pm. Stop in at the Community Center and join the group for an afternoon of music.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Mini Ninjas
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Tang Soo Do
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Football Summer Camp - Football Camp Seymour High School - Football Field
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Line Dancing - Line Dancing
This line dance class will provide the confidence and ease needed on the dance floor as participants will learn some fundamental steps and a variety of line dances - from the "Classics" to the "Fresh" new dances.  Line dancing is perfect for anyone who wants to dance independently.  No partner is required, but feel free to bring along some friends and have a lot of fun!  You can line dance almost anywhere and to many genres of music. Plus, you get exercise without realizing you are actually exercising.  Adults of all ages welcome. Instructor: Joanne KallipolitesClick on dates of classes to see full schedule & exclusion datesMinimum of 10 registrations to run class
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
Wednesday July 24, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Strider's Club - Strider's Club
DUE TO THE HEAT NEW TIME IS 8:30 am (may change back depending what participants want in fall)
Community Center - Multi Purpose Field
 
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM    2019 Rec Summer Camp - Summer Rec Camp
Registration OPEN! Register Before MAY 1 for best price.Seymour Recreation's Summer Camp will take place at Bungay School! There will be a mixture of supervised free play and scheduled group activities. Age appropriate activities in the areas of sports, games, team building, and arts and crafts will be included. Your child will be placed in age appropriate groups and assigned a counselor who will get to know your child throughout the summer. The program highlights are listed below.  When:    June 17 – August 2   Ages:  Entering Grades 1–8 grade               Click:                      Pre-K Camp for ages 3 - 5                      Middle School Field Trip Camp for grades 6-8                      CIT program for grades 9 - 11   Days:  Monday – FridayWhere:  Bungay School   Time:  8:30 am - 2:30 pm   Price:  $220/Prior May 1              $300/May 1-May 31st               $325/After May 31st                             2019 Summer Camp:~ Free Play and scheduled group activities throughout the day~ On-Site Special Events (K-9 Unit, Adventure Bound (Game Show),Circle K   Farm, Summer Cookout, Matias Magician and Carnival Day)~ Use of the school for rainy days, special events, and projects~ Counselors certified in First Aid, CPR and Concussion Training~ Easy drop off and pick up from car at 8:30 am and 2:30 pm – similar to    school procedures~ Free T-shirt to be worn on all field trips~ Pizza Fridays available for purchase~ Weekly Swimming, Field Trips and the Ice Cream Truck~ Sibling discounts for 3 or more childrenWe believe all our town children should be able to participate in our summer program and that no one should be turned away due to their inability to pay. Financial Assistance and payment plans are available.  Forms can be found below. To be considered all forms must be submitted to Seymour Community Services by May 1st and the child must be registered online without checking out.  Forms received after May 1st will be considered if funding has not been depleted. All questions should be directed to the Community Center at 203-888-0406. 
Bungay Elementary School
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Pickleball- Open Play (FY19) - Pickleball
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.New teams will form each week as participants arrive. All equipment will be provided! Please see dates and times below.NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR July - August 19, Mon, Tues, Thurs 9 -11.
Community Center - Gym
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Soccer Camp - Soccer Summer Camp
Seymour Recreation welcomes The Cunningham Soccer academy! This week long training opportunity, for boys and girls to play soccer and truly gain a love for the game.  Whether your child is just starting out or has years of experience, we have what you are looking for.  We will work on various technical, tactical and physical components of the game in a fun and safe environment.   When:  July 22- July 26 Where:  Seymour Middle School (Soccer Field)    Cost:  $99 per person ($10 off each additional family member)    Who: Boys and Girls entering 3rd 9th grade             -3 rd to 8th grades- 9am -11 am          Coach: Thomas Cunningham- Coach Cunningham is a former Division I Goalkeeper at Adelphi University (Garden City, NY) where he earned his B.S. in Health and Physical Education.  Coach Cunningham is the Head Coach of the Varsity Girls Soccer team at Fairfield Warde H.S and was recently named 2014 CGSCA CT Coach of the Year and 2017 CHSCA Coach of the Year.(Current and/or Former High School coaches and players are on staff)
Seymour Middle School - Soccer Field
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    2019 Pre K Summer Camp - Pre K Camp
Registration opens April 1st 3-5 year old campers will enjoy an exciting summer program that includes arts and crafts, sports, water play and exposure to nature, music and literature. A low counselor (Certified teacher and aid) to camper ratio ensures that children will have the opportunity to learn, grow and play while meeting new friends. When:   July 1 – August 2 (no camp July 4th & 5th) Ages:    3-5Days:    Monday - Friday Where: Seymour Community Center Time:    9:00 am-1:00 pmRegistration Dates   Session Price    Single WeekBefore May 1              $300                     $75May 1 - June 1            $325                    $100After June 1                $350                    $125Other Requirements:  Must be Potty Trained Must be a least 3 at start of camp Must bring Snack and Drinks Sun screen must be applied prior to coming to program Minimum of 6 kids to run program
Community Center - Library - Room #113
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Zumba Gold
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance (FY 19) - Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Mahjong (FY19) - Mahjong Club - Beginner (FY19)
Come join a game at the center!
Community Center - Card Room - Room #129
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    PiYo - PIYO -Spring 2019
Who says you have to jump, grunt, strain, and punish your body to get amazing results from your workout? Not with PiYo… PiYo combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility advantages of yoga. And, we crank up the speed to deliver a true fat-burning, low-impact workout that leaves your body looking long, lean, and incredibly defined.  Instructor: Amanda AranzulloDay:  Wednesdays Location:   Seymour Community Center       Time: 6:00-6:45pm         Price:  $40.00 We ask that participants please bring your own Mat or Towel.
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Football Summer Camp - Football Camp Seymour High School - Football Field
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Meadow Brooks Estates Board Meeting Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
Thursday July 25, 2019
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM    2019 Rec Summer Camp - Summer Rec Camp
Registration OPEN! Register Before MAY 1 for best price.Seymour Recreation's Summer Camp will take place at Bungay School! There will be a mixture of supervised free play and scheduled group activities. Age appropriate activities in the areas of sports, games, team building, and arts and crafts will be included. Your child will be placed in age appropriate groups and assigned a counselor who will get to know your child throughout the summer. The program highlights are listed below.  When:    June 17 – August 2   Ages:  Entering Grades 1–8 grade               Click:                      Pre-K Camp for ages 3 - 5                      Middle School Field Trip Camp for grades 6-8                      CIT program for grades 9 - 11   Days:  Monday – FridayWhere:  Bungay School   Time:  8:30 am - 2:30 pm   Price:  $220/Prior May 1              $300/May 1-May 31st               $325/After May 31st                             2019 Summer Camp:~ Free Play and scheduled group activities throughout the day~ On-Site Special Events (K-9 Unit, Adventure Bound (Game Show),Circle K   Farm, Summer Cookout, Matias Magician and Carnival Day)~ Use of the school for rainy days, special events, and projects~ Counselors certified in First Aid, CPR and Concussion Training~ Easy drop off and pick up from car at 8:30 am and 2:30 pm – similar to    school procedures~ Free T-shirt to be worn on all field trips~ Pizza Fridays available for purchase~ Weekly Swimming, Field Trips and the Ice Cream Truck~ Sibling discounts for 3 or more childrenWe believe all our town children should be able to participate in our summer program and that no one should be turned away due to their inability to pay. Financial Assistance and payment plans are available.  Forms can be found below. To be considered all forms must be submitted to Seymour Community Services by May 1st and the child must be registered online without checking out.  Forms received after May 1st will be considered if funding has not been depleted. All questions should be directed to the Community Center at 203-888-0406. 
Bungay Elementary School
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Pickleball- Open Play (FY19) - Pickleball
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.New teams will form each week as participants arrive. All equipment will be provided! Please see dates and times below.NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR July - August 19, Mon, Tues, Thurs 9 -11.
Community Center - Gym
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Soccer Camp - Soccer Summer Camp
Seymour Recreation welcomes The Cunningham Soccer academy! This week long training opportunity, for boys and girls to play soccer and truly gain a love for the game.  Whether your child is just starting out or has years of experience, we have what you are looking for.  We will work on various technical, tactical and physical components of the game in a fun and safe environment.   When:  July 22- July 26 Where:  Seymour Middle School (Soccer Field)    Cost:  $99 per person ($10 off each additional family member)    Who: Boys and Girls entering 3rd 9th grade             -3 rd to 8th grades- 9am -11 am          Coach: Thomas Cunningham- Coach Cunningham is a former Division I Goalkeeper at Adelphi University (Garden City, NY) where he earned his B.S. in Health and Physical Education.  Coach Cunningham is the Head Coach of the Varsity Girls Soccer team at Fairfield Warde H.S and was recently named 2014 CGSCA CT Coach of the Year and 2017 CHSCA Coach of the Year.(Current and/or Former High School coaches and players are on staff)
Seymour Middle School - Soccer Field
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    2019 Pre K Summer Camp - Pre K Camp
Registration opens April 1st 3-5 year old campers will enjoy an exciting summer program that includes arts and crafts, sports, water play and exposure to nature, music and literature. A low counselor (Certified teacher and aid) to camper ratio ensures that children will have the opportunity to learn, grow and play while meeting new friends. When:   July 1 – August 2 (no camp July 4th & 5th) Ages:    3-5Days:    Monday - Friday Where: Seymour Community Center Time:    9:00 am-1:00 pmRegistration Dates   Session Price    Single WeekBefore May 1              $300                     $75May 1 - June 1            $325                    $100After June 1                $350                    $125Other Requirements:  Must be Potty Trained Must be a least 3 at start of camp Must bring Snack and Drinks Sun screen must be applied prior to coming to program Minimum of 6 kids to run program
Community Center - Library - Room #113
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Qigong
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Walking DVD - Walking DVD
Afternoon walking anyone?  Rather than an afternoon coffee break, come to the center for an afternoon fitness break.  We will use  the Community Center DVD to walk in place and get some afternoon cardio fitness.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Sharon Playhouse - Beauty & the Beast - Sharon Playhouse - Beauty & the Beast
One of the most popular shows on Broadway comes to the Sharon Playhouse.  A production for all ages is filled with spectacular costumes, dazzling scenery and familiar songs.Lunch /stop-lunch on your own.  Transportation-Comm. Bus
Community Center Bus
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Pinochle Club - Pinochle Club
The PackA 48-card Pinochle pack is used. OBJECT OF THE GAME The goal is to win tricks, so as to score the value of cards taken in on tricks and to meld certain combinations of cards having values in points. RANK OF CARDS A Pinochle pack consists of: A (high), 10, K, Q, J, 9 (low) in each of the four suits, with two of each card. Less frequently, a 64-card Pinochle pack is used, which includes 8s and 7s as well. CARD VALUES/SCORING The values of cards taken in on tricks are:Each ace- 11 pts.Each ten- 10 pts.Each king- 4 pts.Each queen- 3 pts.Each jack- 2 pts.Last trick- 10 pts.Nines (and 8s and 7s, when the 64-card pack is used) have no point value.The values of the melds are:Class AA,10, K, Q, J of trump suit (flush, or sequence) 150K, Q of trump (royal marriage) 40K, Q of any other suit (marriage) 20Dix (lowest trump; pronounced "deece") 10Class BA♠, A♥, A♦, A♣ (100 aces) 100K♠, K♥, K♦, K♣ (80 kings) 80Q♠, Q♥, Q♦, Q♣ (60 queens) 60J♠, J♥, J♦, J♣ (40 jacks) 40Class CQ♠, J♦ (pinochle) 40Q♠, J♦ Q♠, J♦ (double pinochle) 300(The dix is the nine of trumps if the 48-card pack is used; it is the seven of trumps if the 64-card pack is used.) THE DEAL Deal 12 cards to each player, starting from the left, three or four cards at a time. The next card is turned up and placed on the table; it is the trump card and every card of that suit is a trump. The remainder of the pack forms the stock and is placed face down. THE PLAY Each trick consists of a lead and a play. The non-dealer leads; thereafter the winner of each trick leads next. When a trump is led, it wins the trick unless the opponent plays a higher trump. When any other suit is led, the card led wins unless the opponent plays a higher card of the same suit or a trump. The leader may lead any card, and the opponent may play any card. It is not necessary to follow suit.After each trick, each player draws a card from the top of the stock to restore their hand to 12 cards; the winner draws first. MELDING Upon winning a trick, and before drawing from the stock, a player may meld any one of the combinations that have value, as previously described. A player makes a meld by placing the cards face up on the table, where they remain until the player wishes to play them, or until the stock is exhausted.Melding is subject to the following restrictions:1) Only one meld may be made in a turn.2) For each meld, at least one card must be taken from the hand and placed on the table.3) A card once melded may be melded again, only in a different class, or in a higher-scoring meld of the same class.Ex. A player may not put down K♠, Q♠, J♦ and score both for the marriage and for the pinochle; only one meld may be made in any turn. The player may put down Q♠ and J♦ for 40 points; and, after winning a subsequent trick, they may add the K♠ and score for the marriage.Once a card has been melded and placed on the table, it may be played to a trick as though it were in the holder's hand; however, after it has been played, it may no longer be used to form a new meld.Melding the dix. If the dealer turns a dix (pronounced "deece") as the trump card, they score 10 points immediately. Thereafter, a player holding a dix may count it merely by showing it upon winning a trick. They may count the dix and make another meld in the same turn. The holder of the dix has the right to exchange it, upon winning a trick, for the trump card.The Playoff. The winner of the twelfth trick may meld if possible, and then must draw the last face-down card of the stock. They show this card to their opponent, who draws the trump card (or the dix, if the exchange has been made). The winner of the preceding trick now leads, and the rules of the play are as follows: each player must follow suit to the card led if possible, and must try to win when a trump is led (by playing a higher trump). A player who cannot follow suit must trump if they have a trump. In this manner the last 12 tricks are played, after which the players count and score the points they have won in their tricks and melds. HOW TO KEEP SCORE The score may be kept with pencil and paper, or chips may be used. If chips are used, there may be a central pile from which each player draws enough chips to represent the number of points he scores. Alternatively, each player may be provided with chips representing 1000, from which the appropriate chips are removed as points are scored.Melds are scored when they are made. Scores for cards taken in tricks are added after the play is complete and the cards are counted. In this count, 7 points or more count as 10. Example: 87 points count as 90. If one player scores 126 and the other 124, or if each scores 125, they count only 120 each; the other 10 points are lost.Game. Every deal may constitute a game. The player who scores the most points wins.Alternatively, a match can be played to 1,000 points, playing a series of deals. When one player has scored 1,000 or more, and the other player less than 1,000, the former wins the game. If at the end of the play of any hand each player has 1,000 or more, play continues for a game of 1,250, even if one player has, for example, 1,130, while the other has only 1,000. If both players go over 1,250 at the end of the hand, the play continues for a 1,500-point game, and so on. However, this seldom happens because either player has the right, during the play, to "declare themselves out."Declaring Out. At any time during the play, a player may "declare out." At that point, play stops and their tricks are counted. If, in fact, the player has 1000 points or more, they wins the game - even if the opponent has more. If the claimant has fewer than 1,000 points, they lose the game. If the game has been increased to 1,250 points, 1,500 points, or a higher score, a player may declare out at that figure.
Community Center - Card Room - Room #129
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Let's Jam-Calling all Musicians - Let's Jam-Calling all Musicians
How long has it been since you had the opportunity to spend some time "jamming" with your fellow musicians?  Anyone interested in getting together once a week for some fun & music is welcomed to join us.  We are scheduling an organizational meeting on Thursday, April 19th at 1:00 pm. Sign ups encouraged-walk-ins welcomed.  The Center has a full set of drums, a keyboard and a piano that can be used.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Mini Ninjas
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Tang Soo Do
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
6:00 PM - 8:30 PM    Football Summer Camp - Football Camp Seymour High School - Football Field
 
Friday July 26, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Strider's Club - Strider's Club
DUE TO THE HEAT NEW TIME IS 8:30 am (may change back depending what participants want in fall)
Community Center - Multi Purpose Field
 
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM    2019 Rec Summer Camp - Summer Rec Camp
Registration OPEN! Register Before MAY 1 for best price.Seymour Recreation's Summer Camp will take place at Bungay School! There will be a mixture of supervised free play and scheduled group activities. Age appropriate activities in the areas of sports, games, team building, and arts and crafts will be included. Your child will be placed in age appropriate groups and assigned a counselor who will get to know your child throughout the summer. The program highlights are listed below.  When:    June 17 – August 2   Ages:  Entering Grades 1–8 grade               Click:                      Pre-K Camp for ages 3 - 5                      Middle School Field Trip Camp for grades 6-8                      CIT program for grades 9 - 11   Days:  Monday – FridayWhere:  Bungay School   Time:  8:30 am - 2:30 pm   Price:  $220/Prior May 1              $300/May 1-May 31st               $325/After May 31st                             2019 Summer Camp:~ Free Play and scheduled group activities throughout the day~ On-Site Special Events (K-9 Unit, Adventure Bound (Game Show),Circle K   Farm, Summer Cookout, Matias Magician and Carnival Day)~ Use of the school for rainy days, special events, and projects~ Counselors certified in First Aid, CPR and Concussion Training~ Easy drop off and pick up from car at 8:30 am and 2:30 pm – similar to    school procedures~ Free T-shirt to be worn on all field trips~ Pizza Fridays available for purchase~ Weekly Swimming, Field Trips and the Ice Cream Truck~ Sibling discounts for 3 or more childrenWe believe all our town children should be able to participate in our summer program and that no one should be turned away due to their inability to pay. Financial Assistance and payment plans are available.  Forms can be found below. To be considered all forms must be submitted to Seymour Community Services by May 1st and the child must be registered online without checking out.  Forms received after May 1st will be considered if funding has not been depleted. All questions should be directed to the Community Center at 203-888-0406. 
Bungay Elementary School
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Soccer Camp - Soccer Summer Camp
Seymour Recreation welcomes The Cunningham Soccer academy! This week long training opportunity, for boys and girls to play soccer and truly gain a love for the game.  Whether your child is just starting out or has years of experience, we have what you are looking for.  We will work on various technical, tactical and physical components of the game in a fun and safe environment.   When:  July 22- July 26 Where:  Seymour Middle School (Soccer Field)    Cost:  $99 per person ($10 off each additional family member)    Who: Boys and Girls entering 3rd 9th grade             -3 rd to 8th grades- 9am -11 am          Coach: Thomas Cunningham- Coach Cunningham is a former Division I Goalkeeper at Adelphi University (Garden City, NY) where he earned his B.S. in Health and Physical Education.  Coach Cunningham is the Head Coach of the Varsity Girls Soccer team at Fairfield Warde H.S and was recently named 2014 CGSCA CT Coach of the Year and 2017 CHSCA Coach of the Year.(Current and/or Former High School coaches and players are on staff)
Seymour Middle School - Soccer Field
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    2019 Pre K Summer Camp - Pre K Camp
Registration opens April 1st 3-5 year old campers will enjoy an exciting summer program that includes arts and crafts, sports, water play and exposure to nature, music and literature. A low counselor (Certified teacher and aid) to camper ratio ensures that children will have the opportunity to learn, grow and play while meeting new friends. When:   July 1 – August 2 (no camp July 4th & 5th) Ages:    3-5Days:    Monday - Friday Where: Seymour Community Center Time:    9:00 am-1:00 pmRegistration Dates   Session Price    Single WeekBefore May 1              $300                     $75May 1 - June 1            $325                    $100After June 1                $350                    $125Other Requirements:  Must be Potty Trained Must be a least 3 at start of camp Must bring Snack and Drinks Sun screen must be applied prior to coming to program Minimum of 6 kids to run program
Community Center - Library - Room #113
 
10:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Strength, Toning, and Balance
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Shopping
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services - Doctor's Appointments
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
Saturday July 27, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM    Yoga - Yoga
Yoga is a learning experience about your body and who you are in your body. Meet Joann Williams. Joann developed her love of Yoga in 2001 looking for a stronger back and healthier body.  On the path of this journey she found that yoga has so many other aspects; quite mind, strong overall body, and that yoga is fun!    Joann is a registered 200 hour Yoga Teacher trained in Core Strength Vinyasa, a modern style of hatha yoga created by Sadie Nardindi and an additional certification for special needs ages 5 to 21 from Stretch What Matters in Massachusetts.  Joann continues to explore various styles and aspects of yoga to incorporate into her classes where one needs to be soft to be strong.      Day: Thursday      Time: 6:00-7:00pmLocation: Seymour Community Center     Price: $35Dates: June 6,13,20,27 July 11, 18 (No Class July 4th )        Day: Saturday     Time: 8:30-9:30amLocation: Seymour Community Center     Price: $35Dates: June 8, 22, 29 July 6, 13, 20Special Rate $60 for both classes*Please Bring your own Mat or Towel*
Community Center - Library - Room #113
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Martial Arts Playground - Martial Arts Playground
The Martial Playground gathers martial artists of all experiences who desire to practice, play, and apply martial concepts in an open, non-compliant, and enthusiastic environment. Put your white belt (mind) back on and...“Do not seek to follow in the foot steps of the masters. Instead seek what they sought.” ~ Matsuo Basho, 1680’s Preferred participant is 18+ y/o with more than one year exp in any martial art. 
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
Sunday July 28, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Church - Interest List
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
9:00 AM - 12:15 PM    Flag Football League - Adult Flag Football
MUST REGISTER BY MAY 5th for Jersey League Schedule will be posted on www.quickscores.com/seymourct The Seymour Rec Flag football league will be played at Seymour High school on Sunday Mornings. The league is open to all valley residents. The league will be played 7 v 7.  Playoffs are guaranteed, stats will be recorded, awards will be given, records will be broken!   WHEN:  May 19– July 28 (Playoffs Included)      DAY:  Sunday Morning    Style:  7 vs 7; Flag Football WHERE:  Seymour High School (Turf Field)    TIME:  9am-1:00pm (Game times vary)     Price: $60 per player (Covers all league, ref, and jersey fees)(Valley residents only)             Any questions email zphilippas@seymourct.org or call 203-888-0406 xt2LIMITED TEAM SPOTS 
Seymour High School - Football Field
 
Monday July 29, 2019
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM    Casino Trips (FY19) - Casino - July - Mohegan
Each month we will venture out to Foxwoods Casino and Resorts or Mohegan Sun Casinos. Trips take place on the last Monday of each Month. Bus departs from Seymour Community Center Rear Parking Lot. Price includes transportation and casino package.Foxwood Casino also has Shopping Outlets adjacent to the casino. Registration is required and opens the first Tuesday of every month for that months trip.
Land Jet Bus
 
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Strider's Club - Strider's Club
DUE TO THE HEAT NEW TIME IS 8:30 am (may change back depending what participants want in fall)
Community Center - Multi Purpose Field
 
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM    2019 Rec Summer Camp - Summer Rec Camp
Registration OPEN! Register Before MAY 1 for best price.Seymour Recreation's Summer Camp will take place at Bungay School! There will be a mixture of supervised free play and scheduled group activities. Age appropriate activities in the areas of sports, games, team building, and arts and crafts will be included. Your child will be placed in age appropriate groups and assigned a counselor who will get to know your child throughout the summer. The program highlights are listed below.  When:    June 17 – August 2   Ages:  Entering Grades 1–8 grade               Click:                      Pre-K Camp for ages 3 - 5                      Middle School Field Trip Camp for grades 6-8                      CIT program for grades 9 - 11   Days:  Monday – FridayWhere:  Bungay School   Time:  8:30 am - 2:30 pm   Price:  $220/Prior May 1              $300/May 1-May 31st               $325/After May 31st                             2019 Summer Camp:~ Free Play and scheduled group activities throughout the day~ On-Site Special Events (K-9 Unit, Adventure Bound (Game Show),Circle K   Farm, Summer Cookout, Matias Magician and Carnival Day)~ Use of the school for rainy days, special events, and projects~ Counselors certified in First Aid, CPR and Concussion Training~ Easy drop off and pick up from car at 8:30 am and 2:30 pm – similar to    school procedures~ Free T-shirt to be worn on all field trips~ Pizza Fridays available for purchase~ Weekly Swimming, Field Trips and the Ice Cream Truck~ Sibling discounts for 3 or more childrenWe believe all our town children should be able to participate in our summer program and that no one should be turned away due to their inability to pay. Financial Assistance and payment plans are available.  Forms can be found below. To be considered all forms must be submitted to Seymour Community Services by May 1st and the child must be registered online without checking out.  Forms received after May 1st will be considered if funding has not been depleted. All questions should be directed to the Community Center at 203-888-0406. 
Bungay Elementary School
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Pickleball- Open Play (FY19) - Pickleball
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.New teams will form each week as participants arrive. All equipment will be provided! Please see dates and times below.NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR July - August 19, Mon, Tues, Thurs 9 -11.
Community Center - Gym
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    2019 Pre K Summer Camp - Pre K Camp
Registration opens April 1st 3-5 year old campers will enjoy an exciting summer program that includes arts and crafts, sports, water play and exposure to nature, music and literature. A low counselor (Certified teacher and aid) to camper ratio ensures that children will have the opportunity to learn, grow and play while meeting new friends. When:   July 1 – August 2 (no camp July 4th & 5th) Ages:    3-5Days:    Monday - Friday Where: Seymour Community Center Time:    9:00 am-1:00 pmRegistration Dates   Session Price    Single WeekBefore May 1              $300                     $75May 1 - June 1            $325                    $100After June 1                $350                    $125Other Requirements:  Must be Potty Trained Must be a least 3 at start of camp Must bring Snack and Drinks Sun screen must be applied prior to coming to program Minimum of 6 kids to run program
Community Center - Library - Room #113
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Chair Yoga
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Shopping
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance (FY 19) - Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Wii Bowling (FY19) - Wii Bowling
Wii Bowling   
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services - Doctor's Appointments
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Zumba Dance - Zumba Dance
Zumba Dance takes the "work" out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. This super fun & effective class is a must for anyone trying to get in shape or stay in shape.Days/Times: Mondays, 6:30 pm Session Dates: 8 Weeks (See below for exact dates)Location: Seymour Community Center GymSession Price 1 Day/week: $45Instructor: Cara StaffieriExclusion Dates: 
Community Center - Gym
 
Tuesday July 30, 2019
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM    2019 Rec Summer Camp - Summer Rec Camp
Registration OPEN! Register Before MAY 1 for best price.Seymour Recreation's Summer Camp will take place at Bungay School! There will be a mixture of supervised free play and scheduled group activities. Age appropriate activities in the areas of sports, games, team building, and arts and crafts will be included. Your child will be placed in age appropriate groups and assigned a counselor who will get to know your child throughout the summer. The program highlights are listed below.  When:    June 17 – August 2   Ages:  Entering Grades 1–8 grade               Click:                      Pre-K Camp for ages 3 - 5                      Middle School Field Trip Camp for grades 6-8                      CIT program for grades 9 - 11   Days:  Monday – FridayWhere:  Bungay School   Time:  8:30 am - 2:30 pm   Price:  $220/Prior May 1              $300/May 1-May 31st               $325/After May 31st                             2019 Summer Camp:~ Free Play and scheduled group activities throughout the day~ On-Site Special Events (K-9 Unit, Adventure Bound (Game Show),Circle K   Farm, Summer Cookout, Matias Magician and Carnival Day)~ Use of the school for rainy days, special events, and projects~ Counselors certified in First Aid, CPR and Concussion Training~ Easy drop off and pick up from car at 8:30 am and 2:30 pm – similar to    school procedures~ Free T-shirt to be worn on all field trips~ Pizza Fridays available for purchase~ Weekly Swimming, Field Trips and the Ice Cream Truck~ Sibling discounts for 3 or more childrenWe believe all our town children should be able to participate in our summer program and that no one should be turned away due to their inability to pay. Financial Assistance and payment plans are available.  Forms can be found below. To be considered all forms must be submitted to Seymour Community Services by May 1st and the child must be registered online without checking out.  Forms received after May 1st will be considered if funding has not been depleted. All questions should be directed to the Community Center at 203-888-0406. 
Off Site Trip & Transportation
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    2019 Pre K Summer Camp - Pre K Camp
Registration opens April 1st 3-5 year old campers will enjoy an exciting summer program that includes arts and crafts, sports, water play and exposure to nature, music and literature. A low counselor (Certified teacher and aid) to camper ratio ensures that children will have the opportunity to learn, grow and play while meeting new friends. When:   July 1 – August 2 (no camp July 4th & 5th) Ages:    3-5Days:    Monday - Friday Where: Seymour Community Center Time:    9:00 am-1:00 pmRegistration Dates   Session Price    Single WeekBefore May 1              $300                     $75May 1 - June 1            $325                    $100After June 1                $350                    $125Other Requirements:  Must be Potty Trained Must be a least 3 at start of camp Must bring Snack and Drinks Sun screen must be applied prior to coming to program Minimum of 6 kids to run program
Community Center - Library - Room #113
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    2019 Middle School Summer Field Trip Camp - Week 2 - Middle School Field Trip
Looking for a fun and exciting summer program for your middle school and high school child? On select Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays registered participants will be dropped off at the Community Center. Participants will then board a bus to a different location each day. Parents/caregivers will pick their child back up from the community Center each afternoon. Arrival times back to the Community Center may vary if the trip(s) runs longer.When:  Week 1: July 9 - July 11             Week 2: July 30- August 1Ages:  Entering 6th – 9th grade (Child must be 15 or under) Days:  Tuesday, Wednesday, & ThursdayPrice:  $140Times: 9:00am-3:00pm (pick-up times may vary)Field Trip Dates & Destinations:Week 1 – July 9-11 – Splash Down Water Park , Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park, Six Flags Week 2 – July 30 - Aug 1 – Ocean Beach Park, Adventure Park , Brownstone ParkProgram Highlights:*Sign up per week *Participants will receive a t-shirt which must be worn each day. A second t-shirt can be purchased during registration*Low camp to counselor ratio*Rainy Day Policy: we will do our best to reschedule the Friday of that week. If that is not possible an alternative trip or in-house program will be scheduled*No refunds on Field Trip Programs*No sibling discounts are available. Participants can select individual weeks from the middle school program and participate in the traditional program on off weeks for the full Summer session price. Participants who register for both weeks can attend Summer Rec Camp program on Monday and Friday of the weeks chosen. Field Trips are subject to change ** Minimum of 10 participants required per week for camp to run. 
Community Center Bus
 
9:30 AM - 1:00 PM    Facial Cancer Screening - Facial Cancer Screening
The Griffin Hospital Parish Nurse Program will be offering  a free Facial Cancer and Blood Pressure Screening at the Seymour Community Center on Tuesday, July 30th, 2019 starting at 9:30 am to 1:00 p.m. Please remove all facial make-up prior to the screening.  The screening is open to the public.
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Walking DVD - Walking DVD
Afternoon walking anyone?  Rather than an afternoon coffee break, come to the center for an afternoon fitness break.  We will use  the Community Center DVD to walk in place and get some afternoon cardio fitness.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
10:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Strength, Toning, and Balance
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Mahjong (FY19) - Mahjong Club (FY19)
Come join a game at the center!
Community Center - Card Room - Room #129
 
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Farmer's Market Community Center - Parking Lot, Back/Side
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Acoustic Folk Music Group - Acoustic Folk Music Group
New group looking for musicians who have Acoustic Guitars that are interested in getting together and play Acoustic Folk Music once a week on Tuesday afternoons from 2:00 -4:00 pm. Stop in at the Community Center and join the group for an afternoon of music.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Mini Ninjas
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Tang Soo Do
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Line Dancing - Line Dancing
This line dance class will provide the confidence and ease needed on the dance floor as participants will learn some fundamental steps and a variety of line dances - from the "Classics" to the "Fresh" new dances.  Line dancing is perfect for anyone who wants to dance independently.  No partner is required, but feel free to bring along some friends and have a lot of fun!  You can line dance almost anywhere and to many genres of music. Plus, you get exercise without realizing you are actually exercising.  Adults of all ages welcome. Instructor: Joanne KallipolitesClick on dates of classes to see full schedule & exclusion datesMinimum of 10 registrations to run class
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
Wednesday July 31, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Strider's Club - Strider's Club
DUE TO THE HEAT NEW TIME IS 8:30 am (may change back depending what participants want in fall)
Community Center - Multi Purpose Field
 
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM    2019 Rec Summer Camp - Summer Rec Camp
Registration OPEN! Register Before MAY 1 for best price.Seymour Recreation's Summer Camp will take place at Bungay School! There will be a mixture of supervised free play and scheduled group activities. Age appropriate activities in the areas of sports, games, team building, and arts and crafts will be included. Your child will be placed in age appropriate groups and assigned a counselor who will get to know your child throughout the summer. The program highlights are listed below.  When:    June 17 – August 2   Ages:  Entering Grades 1–8 grade               Click:                      Pre-K Camp for ages 3 - 5                      Middle School Field Trip Camp for grades 6-8                      CIT program for grades 9 - 11   Days:  Monday – FridayWhere:  Bungay School   Time:  8:30 am - 2:30 pm   Price:  $220/Prior May 1              $300/May 1-May 31st               $325/After May 31st                             2019 Summer Camp:~ Free Play and scheduled group activities throughout the day~ On-Site Special Events (K-9 Unit, Adventure Bound (Game Show),Circle K   Farm, Summer Cookout, Matias Magician and Carnival Day)~ Use of the school for rainy days, special events, and projects~ Counselors certified in First Aid, CPR and Concussion Training~ Easy drop off and pick up from car at 8:30 am and 2:30 pm – similar to    school procedures~ Free T-shirt to be worn on all field trips~ Pizza Fridays available for purchase~ Weekly Swimming, Field Trips and the Ice Cream Truck~ Sibling discounts for 3 or more childrenWe believe all our town children should be able to participate in our summer program and that no one should be turned away due to their inability to pay. Financial Assistance and payment plans are available.  Forms can be found below. To be considered all forms must be submitted to Seymour Community Services by May 1st and the child must be registered online without checking out.  Forms received after May 1st will be considered if funding has not been depleted. All questions should be directed to the Community Center at 203-888-0406. 
Bungay Elementary School
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Pickleball- Open Play (FY19) - Pickleball
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.New teams will form each week as participants arrive. All equipment will be provided! Please see dates and times below.NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR July - August 19, Mon, Tues, Thurs 9 -11.
Community Center - Gym
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    2019 Pre K Summer Camp - Pre K Camp
Registration opens April 1st 3-5 year old campers will enjoy an exciting summer program that includes arts and crafts, sports, water play and exposure to nature, music and literature. A low counselor (Certified teacher and aid) to camper ratio ensures that children will have the opportunity to learn, grow and play while meeting new friends. When:   July 1 – August 2 (no camp July 4th & 5th) Ages:    3-5Days:    Monday - Friday Where: Seymour Community Center Time:    9:00 am-1:00 pmRegistration Dates   Session Price    Single WeekBefore May 1              $300                     $75May 1 - June 1            $325                    $100After June 1                $350                    $125Other Requirements:  Must be Potty Trained Must be a least 3 at start of camp Must bring Snack and Drinks Sun screen must be applied prior to coming to program Minimum of 6 kids to run program
Community Center - Library - Room #113
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    2019 Middle School Summer Field Trip Camp - Week 2 - Middle School Field Trip
Looking for a fun and exciting summer program for your middle school and high school child? On select Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays registered participants will be dropped off at the Community Center. Participants will then board a bus to a different location each day. Parents/caregivers will pick their child back up from the community Center each afternoon. Arrival times back to the Community Center may vary if the trip(s) runs longer.When:  Week 1: July 9 - July 11             Week 2: July 30- August 1Ages:  Entering 6th – 9th grade (Child must be 15 or under) Days:  Tuesday, Wednesday, & ThursdayPrice:  $140Times: 9:00am-3:00pm (pick-up times may vary)Field Trip Dates & Destinations:Week 1 – July 9-11 – Splash Down Water Park , Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park, Six Flags Week 2 – July 30 - Aug 1 – Ocean Beach Park, Adventure Park , Brownstone ParkProgram Highlights:*Sign up per week *Participants will receive a t-shirt which must be worn each day. A second t-shirt can be purchased during registration*Low camp to counselor ratio*Rainy Day Policy: we will do our best to reschedule the Friday of that week. If that is not possible an alternative trip or in-house program will be scheduled*No refunds on Field Trip Programs*No sibling discounts are available. Participants can select individual weeks from the middle school program and participate in the traditional program on off weeks for the full Summer session price. Participants who register for both weeks can attend Summer Rec Camp program on Monday and Friday of the weeks chosen. Field Trips are subject to change ** Minimum of 10 participants required per week for camp to run. 
Community Center Bus
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Zumba Gold
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance (FY 19) - Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Hot Dog & Bingo Day (FY19) - Hot Dog & Bingo
If you like Hot Dogs and enjoy playing Bingo, come join us at the Senior Center.  We will be featuring a Hot-Dog-Bingo afternoon once a month Date: Last Wednedsay of the Month.Time: 12:00Cost $3.00 (1 dog)/$4.00 (2 dogs)includes Hot Dog, Potato Chips, Dessert, Beverage and 2 Bingo Cards.  Hot Dogs are served at 12:00 noon and Bingo will follow.
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Mahjong (FY19) - Mahjong Club - Beginner (FY19)
Come join a game at the center!
Community Center - Card Room - Room #129
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    PiYo (FY19) - PIYO Summer 2019
Who says you have to jump, grunt, strain, and punish your body to get amazing results from your workout? Not with PiYo… PiYo combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility advantages of yoga. And, we crank up the speed to deliver a true fat-burning, low-impact workout that leaves your body looking long, lean, and incredibly defined.  Instructor: Amanda AranzulloDay:  Wednesdays Location:   Seymour Community Center       Time: 6:00-6:45pm         Price:  $40.00 We ask that participants please bring your own Mat or Towel.
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
Thursday August 1, 2019
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM    2019 Rec Summer Camp - Summer Rec Camp
Registration OPEN! Register Before MAY 1 for best price.Seymour Recreation's Summer Camp will take place at Bungay School! There will be a mixture of supervised free play and scheduled group activities. Age appropriate activities in the areas of sports, games, team building, and arts and crafts will be included. Your child will be placed in age appropriate groups and assigned a counselor who will get to know your child throughout the summer. The program highlights are listed below.  When:    June 17 – August 2   Ages:  Entering Grades 1–8 grade               Click:                      Pre-K Camp for ages 3 - 5                      Middle School Field Trip Camp for grades 6-8                      CIT program for grades 9 - 11   Days:  Monday – FridayWhere:  Bungay School   Time:  8:30 am - 2:30 pm   Price:  $220/Prior May 1              $300/May 1-May 31st               $325/After May 31st                             2019 Summer Camp:~ Free Play and scheduled group activities throughout the day~ On-Site Special Events (K-9 Unit, Adventure Bound (Game Show),Circle K   Farm, Summer Cookout, Matias Magician and Carnival Day)~ Use of the school for rainy days, special events, and projects~ Counselors certified in First Aid, CPR and Concussion Training~ Easy drop off and pick up from car at 8:30 am and 2:30 pm – similar to    school procedures~ Free T-shirt to be worn on all field trips~ Pizza Fridays available for purchase~ Weekly Swimming, Field Trips and the Ice Cream Truck~ Sibling discounts for 3 or more childrenWe believe all our town children should be able to participate in our summer program and that no one should be turned away due to their inability to pay. Financial Assistance and payment plans are available.  Forms can be found below. To be considered all forms must be submitted to Seymour Community Services by May 1st and the child must be registered online without checking out.  Forms received after May 1st will be considered if funding has not been depleted. All questions should be directed to the Community Center at 203-888-0406. 
Bungay Elementary School
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Pickleball- Open Play (FY19) - Pickleball
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.New teams will form each week as participants arrive. All equipment will be provided! Please see dates and times below.NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR July - August 19, Mon, Tues, Thurs 9 -11.
Community Center - Gym
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    2019 Pre K Summer Camp - Pre K Camp
Registration opens April 1st 3-5 year old campers will enjoy an exciting summer program that includes arts and crafts, sports, water play and exposure to nature, music and literature. A low counselor (Certified teacher and aid) to camper ratio ensures that children will have the opportunity to learn, grow and play while meeting new friends. When:   July 1 – August 2 (no camp July 4th & 5th) Ages:    3-5Days:    Monday - Friday Where: Seymour Community Center Time:    9:00 am-1:00 pmRegistration Dates   Session Price    Single WeekBefore May 1              $300                     $75May 1 - June 1            $325                    $100After June 1                $350                    $125Other Requirements:  Must be Potty Trained Must be a least 3 at start of camp Must bring Snack and Drinks Sun screen must be applied prior to coming to program Minimum of 6 kids to run program
Community Center - Library - Room #113
 
9:00 AM - 3:00 PM    2019 Middle School Summer Field Trip Camp - Week 2 - Middle School Field Trip
Looking for a fun and exciting summer program for your middle school and high school child? On select Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays registered participants will be dropped off at the Community Center. Participants will then board a bus to a different location each day. Parents/caregivers will pick their child back up from the community Center each afternoon. Arrival times back to the Community Center may vary if the trip(s) runs longer.When:  Week 1: July 9 - July 11             Week 2: July 30- August 1Ages:  Entering 6th – 9th grade (Child must be 15 or under) Days:  Tuesday, Wednesday, & ThursdayPrice:  $140Times: 9:00am-3:00pm (pick-up times may vary)Field Trip Dates & Destinations:Week 1 – July 9-11 – Splash Down Water Park , Urban Air Trampoline and Adventure Park, Six Flags Week 2 – July 30 - Aug 1 – Ocean Beach Park, Adventure Park , Brownstone ParkProgram Highlights:*Sign up per week *Participants will receive a t-shirt which must be worn each day. A second t-shirt can be purchased during registration*Low camp to counselor ratio*Rainy Day Policy: we will do our best to reschedule the Friday of that week. If that is not possible an alternative trip or in-house program will be scheduled*No refunds on Field Trip Programs*No sibling discounts are available. Participants can select individual weeks from the middle school program and participate in the traditional program on off weeks for the full Summer session price. Participants who register for both weeks can attend Summer Rec Camp program on Monday and Friday of the weeks chosen. Field Trips are subject to change ** Minimum of 10 participants required per week for camp to run. 
Community Center Bus
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Qigong
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Walking DVD - Walking DVD
Afternoon walking anyone?  Rather than an afternoon coffee break, come to the center for an afternoon fitness break.  We will use  the Community Center DVD to walk in place and get some afternoon cardio fitness.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Pinochle Club - Pinochle Club
The PackA 48-card Pinochle pack is used. OBJECT OF THE GAME The goal is to win tricks, so as to score the value of cards taken in on tricks and to meld certain combinations of cards having values in points. RANK OF CARDS A Pinochle pack consists of: A (high), 10, K, Q, J, 9 (low) in each of the four suits, with two of each card. Less frequently, a 64-card Pinochle pack is used, which includes 8s and 7s as well. CARD VALUES/SCORING The values of cards taken in on tricks are:Each ace- 11 pts.Each ten- 10 pts.Each king- 4 pts.Each queen- 3 pts.Each jack- 2 pts.Last trick- 10 pts.Nines (and 8s and 7s, when the 64-card pack is used) have no point value.The values of the melds are:Class AA,10, K, Q, J of trump suit (flush, or sequence) 150K, Q of trump (royal marriage) 40K, Q of any other suit (marriage) 20Dix (lowest trump; pronounced "deece") 10Class BA♠, A♥, A♦, A♣ (100 aces) 100K♠, K♥, K♦, K♣ (80 kings) 80Q♠, Q♥, Q♦, Q♣ (60 queens) 60J♠, J♥, J♦, J♣ (40 jacks) 40Class CQ♠, J♦ (pinochle) 40Q♠, J♦ Q♠, J♦ (double pinochle) 300(The dix is the nine of trumps if the 48-card pack is used; it is the seven of trumps if the 64-card pack is used.) THE DEAL Deal 12 cards to each player, starting from the left, three or four cards at a time. The next card is turned up and placed on the table; it is the trump card and every card of that suit is a trump. The remainder of the pack forms the stock and is placed face down. THE PLAY Each trick consists of a lead and a play. The non-dealer leads; thereafter the winner of each trick leads next. When a trump is led, it wins the trick unless the opponent plays a higher trump. When any other suit is led, the card led wins unless the opponent plays a higher card of the same suit or a trump. The leader may lead any card, and the opponent may play any card. It is not necessary to follow suit.After each trick, each player draws a card from the top of the stock to restore their hand to 12 cards; the winner draws first. MELDING Upon winning a trick, and before drawing from the stock, a player may meld any one of the combinations that have value, as previously described. A player makes a meld by placing the cards face up on the table, where they remain until the player wishes to play them, or until the stock is exhausted.Melding is subject to the following restrictions:1) Only one meld may be made in a turn.2) For each meld, at least one card must be taken from the hand and placed on the table.3) A card once melded may be melded again, only in a different class, or in a higher-scoring meld of the same class.Ex. A player may not put down K♠, Q♠, J♦ and score both for the marriage and for the pinochle; only one meld may be made in any turn. The player may put down Q♠ and J♦ for 40 points; and, after winning a subsequent trick, they may add the K♠ and score for the marriage.Once a card has been melded and placed on the table, it may be played to a trick as though it were in the holder's hand; however, after it has been played, it may no longer be used to form a new meld.Melding the dix. If the dealer turns a dix (pronounced "deece") as the trump card, they score 10 points immediately. Thereafter, a player holding a dix may count it merely by showing it upon winning a trick. They may count the dix and make another meld in the same turn. The holder of the dix has the right to exchange it, upon winning a trick, for the trump card.The Playoff. The winner of the twelfth trick may meld if possible, and then must draw the last face-down card of the stock. They show this card to their opponent, who draws the trump card (or the dix, if the exchange has been made). The winner of the preceding trick now leads, and the rules of the play are as follows: each player must follow suit to the card led if possible, and must try to win when a trump is led (by playing a higher trump). A player who cannot follow suit must trump if they have a trump. In this manner the last 12 tricks are played, after which the players count and score the points they have won in their tricks and melds. HOW TO KEEP SCORE The score may be kept with pencil and paper, or chips may be used. If chips are used, there may be a central pile from which each player draws enough chips to represent the number of points he scores. Alternatively, each player may be provided with chips representing 1000, from which the appropriate chips are removed as points are scored.Melds are scored when they are made. Scores for cards taken in tricks are added after the play is complete and the cards are counted. In this count, 7 points or more count as 10. Example: 87 points count as 90. If one player scores 126 and the other 124, or if each scores 125, they count only 120 each; the other 10 points are lost.Game. Every deal may constitute a game. The player who scores the most points wins.Alternatively, a match can be played to 1,000 points, playing a series of deals. When one player has scored 1,000 or more, and the other player less than 1,000, the former wins the game. If at the end of the play of any hand each player has 1,000 or more, play continues for a game of 1,250, even if one player has, for example, 1,130, while the other has only 1,000. If both players go over 1,250 at the end of the hand, the play continues for a 1,500-point game, and so on. However, this seldom happens because either player has the right, during the play, to "declare themselves out."Declaring Out. At any time during the play, a player may "declare out." At that point, play stops and their tricks are counted. If, in fact, the player has 1000 points or more, they wins the game - even if the opponent has more. If the claimant has fewer than 1,000 points, they lose the game. If the game has been increased to 1,250 points, 1,500 points, or a higher score, a player may declare out at that figure.
Community Center - Card Room - Room #129
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Let's Jam-Calling all Musicians - Let's Jam-Calling all Musicians
How long has it been since you had the opportunity to spend some time "jamming" with your fellow musicians?  Anyone interested in getting together once a week for some fun & music is welcomed to join us.  We are scheduling an organizational meeting on Thursday, April 19th at 1:00 pm. Sign ups encouraged-walk-ins welcomed.  The Center has a full set of drums, a keyboard and a piano that can be used.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Mini Ninjas
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Tang Soo Do
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
Friday August 2, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Strider's Club - Strider's Club
DUE TO THE HEAT NEW TIME IS 8:30 am (may change back depending what participants want in fall)
Community Center - Multi Purpose Field
 
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM    2019 Rec Summer Camp - Summer Rec Camp
Registration OPEN! Register Before MAY 1 for best price.Seymour Recreation's Summer Camp will take place at Bungay School! There will be a mixture of supervised free play and scheduled group activities. Age appropriate activities in the areas of sports, games, team building, and arts and crafts will be included. Your child will be placed in age appropriate groups and assigned a counselor who will get to know your child throughout the summer. The program highlights are listed below.  When:    June 17 – August 2   Ages:  Entering Grades 1–8 grade               Click:                      Pre-K Camp for ages 3 - 5                      Middle School Field Trip Camp for grades 6-8                      CIT program for grades 9 - 11   Days:  Monday – FridayWhere:  Bungay School   Time:  8:30 am - 2:30 pm   Price:  $220/Prior May 1              $300/May 1-May 31st               $325/After May 31st                             2019 Summer Camp:~ Free Play and scheduled group activities throughout the day~ On-Site Special Events (K-9 Unit, Adventure Bound (Game Show),Circle K   Farm, Summer Cookout, Matias Magician and Carnival Day)~ Use of the school for rainy days, special events, and projects~ Counselors certified in First Aid, CPR and Concussion Training~ Easy drop off and pick up from car at 8:30 am and 2:30 pm – similar to    school procedures~ Free T-shirt to be worn on all field trips~ Pizza Fridays available for purchase~ Weekly Swimming, Field Trips and the Ice Cream Truck~ Sibling discounts for 3 or more childrenWe believe all our town children should be able to participate in our summer program and that no one should be turned away due to their inability to pay. Financial Assistance and payment plans are available.  Forms can be found below. To be considered all forms must be submitted to Seymour Community Services by May 1st and the child must be registered online without checking out.  Forms received after May 1st will be considered if funding has not been depleted. All questions should be directed to the Community Center at 203-888-0406. 
Bungay Elementary School
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    2019 Pre K Summer Camp - Pre K Camp
Registration opens April 1st 3-5 year old campers will enjoy an exciting summer program that includes arts and crafts, sports, water play and exposure to nature, music and literature. A low counselor (Certified teacher and aid) to camper ratio ensures that children will have the opportunity to learn, grow and play while meeting new friends. When:   July 1 – August 2 (no camp July 4th & 5th) Ages:    3-5Days:    Monday - Friday Where: Seymour Community Center Time:    9:00 am-1:00 pmRegistration Dates   Session Price    Single WeekBefore May 1              $300                     $75May 1 - June 1            $325                    $100After June 1                $350                    $125Other Requirements:  Must be Potty Trained Must be a least 3 at start of camp Must bring Snack and Drinks Sun screen must be applied prior to coming to program Minimum of 6 kids to run program
Community Center - Library - Room #113
 
10:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Strength, Toning, and Balance
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Shopping
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services - Doctor's Appointments
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
Sunday August 4, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Church - Interest List
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
Monday August 5, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Strider's Club - Strider's Club
DUE TO THE HEAT NEW TIME IS 8:30 am (may change back depending what participants want in fall)
Community Center - Multi Purpose Field
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Future Stars Basketball Summer Camp - Future Stars Basketball Camp
Since 1995 Future Stars Sports Academy has been proud to offer the most comprehensive sports programs to children in Connecticut.  All of our programs include INSTRUCTION, GAME PLAY, EDUCATIONAL DISCIPLINES, FUN and our "LESSONS OF LIFE" Program.  When: August 5-9Where: Seymour Community Center Gym   Time: 9-12pm   Ages: 5-12   Price: $110Click Here to Learn More About Future Stars Basketball
Community Center - Gym
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Chair Yoga
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance (FY 19) - Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
11:30 AM - 3:00 PM    Senior Lunch Bunch (FY 19) - Lunch Bunch - Lenny & Joe's & Clinton Outlet Shopping
Each month we venture out to a local restaurant, enjoying great food and friends. Space is limited to 16 participants. Transportation is provided. Registration required.  See Dates and times in the activity listing. Cost:     Lunch on own  Community Center Bus Departs: at time listed below.Arrival at Location is: 12:00 noon.  If you are traveling on your own please let the office know. Location: See the activities listed below for Location and dates.
Community Center Bus
 
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Wii Bowling (FY19) - Wii Bowling
Wii Bowling   
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Zumba Dance - Zumba Dance
Zumba Dance takes the "work" out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. This super fun & effective class is a must for anyone trying to get in shape or stay in shape.Days/Times: Mondays, 6:30 pm Session Dates: 8 Weeks (See below for exact dates)Location: Seymour Community Center GymSession Price 1 Day/week: $45Instructor: Cara StaffieriExclusion Dates: 
Community Center - Gym
 
Tuesday August 6, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services - Food Bank
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Future Stars Basketball Summer Camp - Future Stars Basketball Camp
Since 1995 Future Stars Sports Academy has been proud to offer the most comprehensive sports programs to children in Connecticut.  All of our programs include INSTRUCTION, GAME PLAY, EDUCATIONAL DISCIPLINES, FUN and our "LESSONS OF LIFE" Program.  When: August 5-9Where: Seymour Community Center Gym   Time: 9-12pm   Ages: 5-12   Price: $110Click Here to Learn More About Future Stars Basketball
Community Center - Gym
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Walking DVD - Walking DVD
Afternoon walking anyone?  Rather than an afternoon coffee break, come to the center for an afternoon fitness break.  We will use  the Community Center DVD to walk in place and get some afternoon cardio fitness.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
10:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Strength, Toning, and Balance
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Shopping
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportaton Services Bingo
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Mahjong (FY19) - Mahjong Club (FY19)
Come join a game at the center!
Community Center - Card Room - Room #129
 
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Farmer's Market Community Center - Parking Lot, Back/Side
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services - Doctor's Appointments
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Acoustic Folk Music Group - Acoustic Folk Music Group
New group looking for musicians who have Acoustic Guitars that are interested in getting together and play Acoustic Folk Music once a week on Tuesday afternoons from 2:00 -4:00 pm. Stop in at the Community Center and join the group for an afternoon of music.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Mini Ninjas
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Tang Soo Do
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Line Dancing - Line Dancing
This line dance class will provide the confidence and ease needed on the dance floor as participants will learn some fundamental steps and a variety of line dances - from the "Classics" to the "Fresh" new dances.  Line dancing is perfect for anyone who wants to dance independently.  No partner is required, but feel free to bring along some friends and have a lot of fun!  You can line dance almost anywhere and to many genres of music. Plus, you get exercise without realizing you are actually exercising.  Adults of all ages welcome. Instructor: Joanne KallipolitesClick on dates of classes to see full schedule & exclusion datesMinimum of 10 registrations to run class
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
Wednesday August 7, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Strider's Club - Strider's Club
DUE TO THE HEAT NEW TIME IS 8:30 am (may change back depending what participants want in fall)
Community Center - Multi Purpose Field
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Future Stars Basketball Summer Camp - Future Stars Basketball Camp
Since 1995 Future Stars Sports Academy has been proud to offer the most comprehensive sports programs to children in Connecticut.  All of our programs include INSTRUCTION, GAME PLAY, EDUCATIONAL DISCIPLINES, FUN and our "LESSONS OF LIFE" Program.  When: August 5-9Where: Seymour Community Center Gym   Time: 9-12pm   Ages: 5-12   Price: $110Click Here to Learn More About Future Stars Basketball
Community Center - Gym
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Zumba Gold
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance (FY 19) - Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Mahjong (FY19) - Mahjong Club - Beginner (FY19)
Come join a game at the center!
Community Center - Card Room - Room #129
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    PiYo (FY19) - PIYO Summer 2019
Who says you have to jump, grunt, strain, and punish your body to get amazing results from your workout? Not with PiYo… PiYo combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility advantages of yoga. And, we crank up the speed to deliver a true fat-burning, low-impact workout that leaves your body looking long, lean, and incredibly defined.  Instructor: Amanda AranzulloDay:  Wednesdays Location:   Seymour Community Center       Time: 6:00-6:45pm         Price:  $40.00 We ask that participants please bring your own Mat or Towel.
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Seymour Lion's Club Meeting Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
Thursday August 8, 2019
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Future Stars Basketball Summer Camp - Future Stars Basketball Camp
Since 1995 Future Stars Sports Academy has been proud to offer the most comprehensive sports programs to children in Connecticut.  All of our programs include INSTRUCTION, GAME PLAY, EDUCATIONAL DISCIPLINES, FUN and our "LESSONS OF LIFE" Program.  When: August 5-9Where: Seymour Community Center Gym   Time: 9-12pm   Ages: 5-12   Price: $110Click Here to Learn More About Future Stars Basketball
Community Center - Gym
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Qigong
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Walking DVD - Walking DVD
Afternoon walking anyone?  Rather than an afternoon coffee break, come to the center for an afternoon fitness break.  We will use  the Community Center DVD to walk in place and get some afternoon cardio fitness.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Pinochle Club - Pinochle Club
The PackA 48-card Pinochle pack is used. OBJECT OF THE GAME The goal is to win tricks, so as to score the value of cards taken in on tricks and to meld certain combinations of cards having values in points. RANK OF CARDS A Pinochle pack consists of: A (high), 10, K, Q, J, 9 (low) in each of the four suits, with two of each card. Less frequently, a 64-card Pinochle pack is used, which includes 8s and 7s as well. CARD VALUES/SCORING The values of cards taken in on tricks are:Each ace- 11 pts.Each ten- 10 pts.Each king- 4 pts.Each queen- 3 pts.Each jack- 2 pts.Last trick- 10 pts.Nines (and 8s and 7s, when the 64-card pack is used) have no point value.The values of the melds are:Class AA,10, K, Q, J of trump suit (flush, or sequence) 150K, Q of trump (royal marriage) 40K, Q of any other suit (marriage) 20Dix (lowest trump; pronounced "deece") 10Class BA♠, A♥, A♦, A♣ (100 aces) 100K♠, K♥, K♦, K♣ (80 kings) 80Q♠, Q♥, Q♦, Q♣ (60 queens) 60J♠, J♥, J♦, J♣ (40 jacks) 40Class CQ♠, J♦ (pinochle) 40Q♠, J♦ Q♠, J♦ (double pinochle) 300(The dix is the nine of trumps if the 48-card pack is used; it is the seven of trumps if the 64-card pack is used.) THE DEAL Deal 12 cards to each player, starting from the left, three or four cards at a time. The next card is turned up and placed on the table; it is the trump card and every card of that suit is a trump. The remainder of the pack forms the stock and is placed face down. THE PLAY Each trick consists of a lead and a play. The non-dealer leads; thereafter the winner of each trick leads next. When a trump is led, it wins the trick unless the opponent plays a higher trump. When any other suit is led, the card led wins unless the opponent plays a higher card of the same suit or a trump. The leader may lead any card, and the opponent may play any card. It is not necessary to follow suit.After each trick, each player draws a card from the top of the stock to restore their hand to 12 cards; the winner draws first. MELDING Upon winning a trick, and before drawing from the stock, a player may meld any one of the combinations that have value, as previously described. A player makes a meld by placing the cards face up on the table, where they remain until the player wishes to play them, or until the stock is exhausted.Melding is subject to the following restrictions:1) Only one meld may be made in a turn.2) For each meld, at least one card must be taken from the hand and placed on the table.3) A card once melded may be melded again, only in a different class, or in a higher-scoring meld of the same class.Ex. A player may not put down K♠, Q♠, J♦ and score both for the marriage and for the pinochle; only one meld may be made in any turn. The player may put down Q♠ and J♦ for 40 points; and, after winning a subsequent trick, they may add the K♠ and score for the marriage.Once a card has been melded and placed on the table, it may be played to a trick as though it were in the holder's hand; however, after it has been played, it may no longer be used to form a new meld.Melding the dix. If the dealer turns a dix (pronounced "deece") as the trump card, they score 10 points immediately. Thereafter, a player holding a dix may count it merely by showing it upon winning a trick. They may count the dix and make another meld in the same turn. The holder of the dix has the right to exchange it, upon winning a trick, for the trump card.The Playoff. The winner of the twelfth trick may meld if possible, and then must draw the last face-down card of the stock. They show this card to their opponent, who draws the trump card (or the dix, if the exchange has been made). The winner of the preceding trick now leads, and the rules of the play are as follows: each player must follow suit to the card led if possible, and must try to win when a trump is led (by playing a higher trump). A player who cannot follow suit must trump if they have a trump. In this manner the last 12 tricks are played, after which the players count and score the points they have won in their tricks and melds. HOW TO KEEP SCORE The score may be kept with pencil and paper, or chips may be used. If chips are used, there may be a central pile from which each player draws enough chips to represent the number of points he scores. Alternatively, each player may be provided with chips representing 1000, from which the appropriate chips are removed as points are scored.Melds are scored when they are made. Scores for cards taken in tricks are added after the play is complete and the cards are counted. In this count, 7 points or more count as 10. Example: 87 points count as 90. If one player scores 126 and the other 124, or if each scores 125, they count only 120 each; the other 10 points are lost.Game. Every deal may constitute a game. The player who scores the most points wins.Alternatively, a match can be played to 1,000 points, playing a series of deals. When one player has scored 1,000 or more, and the other player less than 1,000, the former wins the game. If at the end of the play of any hand each player has 1,000 or more, play continues for a game of 1,250, even if one player has, for example, 1,130, while the other has only 1,000. If both players go over 1,250 at the end of the hand, the play continues for a 1,500-point game, and so on. However, this seldom happens because either player has the right, during the play, to "declare themselves out."Declaring Out. At any time during the play, a player may "declare out." At that point, play stops and their tricks are counted. If, in fact, the player has 1000 points or more, they wins the game - even if the opponent has more. If the claimant has fewer than 1,000 points, they lose the game. If the game has been increased to 1,250 points, 1,500 points, or a higher score, a player may declare out at that figure.
Community Center - Card Room - Room #129
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Let's Jam-Calling all Musicians - Let's Jam-Calling all Musicians
How long has it been since you had the opportunity to spend some time "jamming" with your fellow musicians?  Anyone interested in getting together once a week for some fun & music is welcomed to join us.  We are scheduling an organizational meeting on Thursday, April 19th at 1:00 pm. Sign ups encouraged-walk-ins welcomed.  The Center has a full set of drums, a keyboard and a piano that can be used.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Mini Ninjas
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Tang Soo Do
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Line Dancing - Line Dancing
This line dance class will provide the confidence and ease needed on the dance floor as participants will learn some fundamental steps and a variety of line dances - from the "Classics" to the "Fresh" new dances.  Line dancing is perfect for anyone who wants to dance independently.  No partner is required, but feel free to bring along some friends and have a lot of fun!  You can line dance almost anywhere and to many genres of music. Plus, you get exercise without realizing you are actually exercising.  Adults of all ages welcome. Instructor: Joanne KallipolitesClick on dates of classes to see full schedule & exclusion datesMinimum of 10 registrations to run class
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
Friday August 9, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Strider's Club - Strider's Club
DUE TO THE HEAT NEW TIME IS 8:30 am (may change back depending what participants want in fall)
Community Center - Multi Purpose Field
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Future Stars Basketball Summer Camp - Future Stars Basketball Camp
Since 1995 Future Stars Sports Academy has been proud to offer the most comprehensive sports programs to children in Connecticut.  All of our programs include INSTRUCTION, GAME PLAY, EDUCATIONAL DISCIPLINES, FUN and our "LESSONS OF LIFE" Program.  When: August 5-9Where: Seymour Community Center Gym   Time: 9-12pm   Ages: 5-12   Price: $110Click Here to Learn More About Future Stars Basketball
Community Center - Gym
 
10:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Strength, Toning, and Balance
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Shopping
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services - Doctor's Appointments
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
Sunday August 11, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Church - Interest List
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
Monday August 12, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Strider's Club - Strider's Club
DUE TO THE HEAT NEW TIME IS 8:30 am (may change back depending what participants want in fall)
Community Center - Multi Purpose Field
 
8:30 AM - 2:30 PM    Foot Care FY (19/20) - Foot Care
A specially trained registered nurse will assess your feet & lower extremities, trim, file & clean your nails, perform a reduction of thickened toe nails, smoothing of corns & calluses, massaging & moisturizing of feet. Referrals to Medical Doctors and/or Podiatrists as needed. If you are a Diabetic, a Doctor’s note is needed.   Date: Begins Nov 13, Second Monday of every monthLocation: Community CenterCost: $30/half hour paid at time of appointment.             Services are not covered by insurance.Time: 9 am – 11 am (other spots may be added based on need)Participants must register in advance below or  call 203-888-0406 xt. 1.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Pickleball- Open Play (FY19) - Pickleball
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.New teams will form each week as participants arrive. All equipment will be provided! Please see dates and times below.NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR July - August 19, Mon, Tues, Thurs 9 -11.
Community Center - Gym
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Mad Science Summer Camp- NASA - NASA Summer Camp
NASA: Journey into Outer Space (Entering Grades 1-6)Blast off this summer with the only camp designed and created specifically by NASA Engineers for Mad Science! This camp will be out of this world with rockets that every camper will build and launch themselves! Campers will take a voyage to see a comet right before their very eyes and explore the mysterious world of the sun, planets, and moons! Children will create a satellite and overcome challenges while in training to become an astronaut! Campers will have NASA take homes every day that will brighten their whole summer! Eureka!Location: Seymour Community Center Dates: August 12-16th Time: 9:00-12:00pmCost:$160Give your children this unique opportunity to see and apply, hands-on and while having fun, the science theories they study in class. Science is an essential subject in your kids’ curriculum, yet it can be hard to grasp without seeing its practical applications. Mad Science programs are synchronized with CT’s curriculum and are NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) compliant.
Community Center - <---------- Conference Room - Room #107
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Chair Yoga
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance (FY 19) - Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
12:30 PM - 4:00 PM    Riverview Cinemas, Southbury (FY 19) - Riverview Cinemas, Southbury
Join us for a monthly trip to the Riverview Cinema in Southbury.  Tickets for show are purchased on your own the day of the trip.  Cost is $8.00 .  Bus transportation by Community Center Bus is free.  Time for trip may vary depending on what the theater is featuring, but it will be a matinee show usually between 1:00 p.m. & 1:30 p.m.  Information on what will be featured available the week before showtime date.
Community Center Bus
 
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Wii Bowling (FY19) - Wii Bowling
Wii Bowling   
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
Tuesday August 13, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services - Food Bank
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Mad Science Summer Camp- NASA - NASA Summer Camp
NASA: Journey into Outer Space (Entering Grades 1-6)Blast off this summer with the only camp designed and created specifically by NASA Engineers for Mad Science! This camp will be out of this world with rockets that every camper will build and launch themselves! Campers will take a voyage to see a comet right before their very eyes and explore the mysterious world of the sun, planets, and moons! Children will create a satellite and overcome challenges while in training to become an astronaut! Campers will have NASA take homes every day that will brighten their whole summer! Eureka!Location: Seymour Community Center Dates: August 12-16th Time: 9:00-12:00pmCost:$160Give your children this unique opportunity to see and apply, hands-on and while having fun, the science theories they study in class. Science is an essential subject in your kids’ curriculum, yet it can be hard to grasp without seeing its practical applications. Mad Science programs are synchronized with CT’s curriculum and are NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) compliant.
Community Center - <---------- Conference Room - Room #107
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Walking DVD - Walking DVD
Afternoon walking anyone?  Rather than an afternoon coffee break, come to the center for an afternoon fitness break.  We will use  the Community Center DVD to walk in place and get some afternoon cardio fitness.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
10:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Strength, Toning, and Balance
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Shopping
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportaton Services Bingo
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Mahjong (FY19) - Mahjong Club (FY19)
Come join a game at the center!
Community Center - Card Room - Room #129
 
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Farmer's Market Community Center - Parking Lot, Back/Side
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services - Doctor's Appointments
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Acoustic Folk Music Group - Acoustic Folk Music Group
New group looking for musicians who have Acoustic Guitars that are interested in getting together and play Acoustic Folk Music once a week on Tuesday afternoons from 2:00 -4:00 pm. Stop in at the Community Center and join the group for an afternoon of music.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Mini Ninjas
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Tang Soo Do
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Line Dancing - Line Dancing
This line dance class will provide the confidence and ease needed on the dance floor as participants will learn some fundamental steps and a variety of line dances - from the "Classics" to the "Fresh" new dances.  Line dancing is perfect for anyone who wants to dance independently.  No partner is required, but feel free to bring along some friends and have a lot of fun!  You can line dance almost anywhere and to many genres of music. Plus, you get exercise without realizing you are actually exercising.  Adults of all ages welcome. Instructor: Joanne KallipolitesClick on dates of classes to see full schedule & exclusion datesMinimum of 10 registrations to run class
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
Wednesday August 14, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Strider's Club - Strider's Club
DUE TO THE HEAT NEW TIME IS 8:30 am (may change back depending what participants want in fall)
Community Center - Multi Purpose Field
 
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Pickleball- Open Play (FY19) - Pickleball
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.New teams will form each week as participants arrive. All equipment will be provided! Please see dates and times below.NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR July - August 19, Mon, Tues, Thurs 9 -11.
Community Center - Gym
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Mad Science Summer Camp- NASA - NASA Summer Camp
NASA: Journey into Outer Space (Entering Grades 1-6)Blast off this summer with the only camp designed and created specifically by NASA Engineers for Mad Science! This camp will be out of this world with rockets that every camper will build and launch themselves! Campers will take a voyage to see a comet right before their very eyes and explore the mysterious world of the sun, planets, and moons! Children will create a satellite and overcome challenges while in training to become an astronaut! Campers will have NASA take homes every day that will brighten their whole summer! Eureka!Location: Seymour Community Center Dates: August 12-16th Time: 9:00-12:00pmCost:$160Give your children this unique opportunity to see and apply, hands-on and while having fun, the science theories they study in class. Science is an essential subject in your kids’ curriculum, yet it can be hard to grasp without seeing its practical applications. Mad Science programs are synchronized with CT’s curriculum and are NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) compliant.
Community Center - <---------- Conference Room - Room #107
 
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Zumba Gold
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance (FY 19) - Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Mahjong (FY19) - Mahjong Club - Beginner (FY19)
Come join a game at the center!
Community Center - Card Room - Room #129
 
6:00 PM - 6:45 PM    PiYo (FY19) - PIYO Summer 2019
Who says you have to jump, grunt, strain, and punish your body to get amazing results from your workout? Not with PiYo… PiYo combines the muscle-sculpting, core-firming benefits of Pilates with the strength and flexibility advantages of yoga. And, we crank up the speed to deliver a true fat-burning, low-impact workout that leaves your body looking long, lean, and incredibly defined.  Instructor: Amanda AranzulloDay:  Wednesdays Location:   Seymour Community Center       Time: 6:00-6:45pm         Price:  $40.00 We ask that participants please bring your own Mat or Towel.
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
Thursday August 15, 2019
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Pickleball- Open Play (FY19) - Pickleball
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.New teams will form each week as participants arrive. All equipment will be provided! Please see dates and times below.NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR July - August 19, Mon, Tues, Thurs 9 -11.
Community Center - Gym
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Mad Science Summer Camp- NASA - NASA Summer Camp
NASA: Journey into Outer Space (Entering Grades 1-6)Blast off this summer with the only camp designed and created specifically by NASA Engineers for Mad Science! This camp will be out of this world with rockets that every camper will build and launch themselves! Campers will take a voyage to see a comet right before their very eyes and explore the mysterious world of the sun, planets, and moons! Children will create a satellite and overcome challenges while in training to become an astronaut! Campers will have NASA take homes every day that will brighten their whole summer! Eureka!Location: Seymour Community Center Dates: August 12-16th Time: 9:00-12:00pmCost:$160Give your children this unique opportunity to see and apply, hands-on and while having fun, the science theories they study in class. Science is an essential subject in your kids’ curriculum, yet it can be hard to grasp without seeing its practical applications. Mad Science programs are synchronized with CT’s curriculum and are NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) compliant.
Community Center - <---------- Conference Room - Room #107
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Qigong
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Walking DVD - Walking DVD
Afternoon walking anyone?  Rather than an afternoon coffee break, come to the center for an afternoon fitness break.  We will use  the Community Center DVD to walk in place and get some afternoon cardio fitness.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Chair Massage FY (19/20) - Chair Massage
Stop by the Community Center for a 15-minute massage! We promise you'll love it! The benefits of massage are many. It increases circulation, the range of motion in joints, decreased pain and restriction of movement and boosts immune system function. Registration preferred.Date: Third Thursday of every monthLocation: Community CenterCost: $15/15 mins. - payment at time of serviceTime: 10 am – 1 pmRegistration: Below
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Pinochle Club - Pinochle Club
The PackA 48-card Pinochle pack is used. OBJECT OF THE GAME The goal is to win tricks, so as to score the value of cards taken in on tricks and to meld certain combinations of cards having values in points. RANK OF CARDS A Pinochle pack consists of: A (high), 10, K, Q, J, 9 (low) in each of the four suits, with two of each card. Less frequently, a 64-card Pinochle pack is used, which includes 8s and 7s as well. CARD VALUES/SCORING The values of cards taken in on tricks are:Each ace- 11 pts.Each ten- 10 pts.Each king- 4 pts.Each queen- 3 pts.Each jack- 2 pts.Last trick- 10 pts.Nines (and 8s and 7s, when the 64-card pack is used) have no point value.The values of the melds are:Class AA,10, K, Q, J of trump suit (flush, or sequence) 150K, Q of trump (royal marriage) 40K, Q of any other suit (marriage) 20Dix (lowest trump; pronounced "deece") 10Class BA♠, A♥, A♦, A♣ (100 aces) 100K♠, K♥, K♦, K♣ (80 kings) 80Q♠, Q♥, Q♦, Q♣ (60 queens) 60J♠, J♥, J♦, J♣ (40 jacks) 40Class CQ♠, J♦ (pinochle) 40Q♠, J♦ Q♠, J♦ (double pinochle) 300(The dix is the nine of trumps if the 48-card pack is used; it is the seven of trumps if the 64-card pack is used.) THE DEAL Deal 12 cards to each player, starting from the left, three or four cards at a time. The next card is turned up and placed on the table; it is the trump card and every card of that suit is a trump. The remainder of the pack forms the stock and is placed face down. THE PLAY Each trick consists of a lead and a play. The non-dealer leads; thereafter the winner of each trick leads next. When a trump is led, it wins the trick unless the opponent plays a higher trump. When any other suit is led, the card led wins unless the opponent plays a higher card of the same suit or a trump. The leader may lead any card, and the opponent may play any card. It is not necessary to follow suit.After each trick, each player draws a card from the top of the stock to restore their hand to 12 cards; the winner draws first. MELDING Upon winning a trick, and before drawing from the stock, a player may meld any one of the combinations that have value, as previously described. A player makes a meld by placing the cards face up on the table, where they remain until the player wishes to play them, or until the stock is exhausted.Melding is subject to the following restrictions:1) Only one meld may be made in a turn.2) For each meld, at least one card must be taken from the hand and placed on the table.3) A card once melded may be melded again, only in a different class, or in a higher-scoring meld of the same class.Ex. A player may not put down K♠, Q♠, J♦ and score both for the marriage and for the pinochle; only one meld may be made in any turn. The player may put down Q♠ and J♦ for 40 points; and, after winning a subsequent trick, they may add the K♠ and score for the marriage.Once a card has been melded and placed on the table, it may be played to a trick as though it were in the holder's hand; however, after it has been played, it may no longer be used to form a new meld.Melding the dix. If the dealer turns a dix (pronounced "deece") as the trump card, they score 10 points immediately. Thereafter, a player holding a dix may count it merely by showing it upon winning a trick. They may count the dix and make another meld in the same turn. The holder of the dix has the right to exchange it, upon winning a trick, for the trump card.The Playoff. The winner of the twelfth trick may meld if possible, and then must draw the last face-down card of the stock. They show this card to their opponent, who draws the trump card (or the dix, if the exchange has been made). The winner of the preceding trick now leads, and the rules of the play are as follows: each player must follow suit to the card led if possible, and must try to win when a trump is led (by playing a higher trump). A player who cannot follow suit must trump if they have a trump. In this manner the last 12 tricks are played, after which the players count and score the points they have won in their tricks and melds. HOW TO KEEP SCORE The score may be kept with pencil and paper, or chips may be used. If chips are used, there may be a central pile from which each player draws enough chips to represent the number of points he scores. Alternatively, each player may be provided with chips representing 1000, from which the appropriate chips are removed as points are scored.Melds are scored when they are made. Scores for cards taken in tricks are added after the play is complete and the cards are counted. In this count, 7 points or more count as 10. Example: 87 points count as 90. If one player scores 126 and the other 124, or if each scores 125, they count only 120 each; the other 10 points are lost.Game. Every deal may constitute a game. The player who scores the most points wins.Alternatively, a match can be played to 1,000 points, playing a series of deals. When one player has scored 1,000 or more, and the other player less than 1,000, the former wins the game. If at the end of the play of any hand each player has 1,000 or more, play continues for a game of 1,250, even if one player has, for example, 1,130, while the other has only 1,000. If both players go over 1,250 at the end of the hand, the play continues for a 1,500-point game, and so on. However, this seldom happens because either player has the right, during the play, to "declare themselves out."Declaring Out. At any time during the play, a player may "declare out." At that point, play stops and their tricks are counted. If, in fact, the player has 1000 points or more, they wins the game - even if the opponent has more. If the claimant has fewer than 1,000 points, they lose the game. If the game has been increased to 1,250 points, 1,500 points, or a higher score, a player may declare out at that figure.
Community Center - Card Room - Room #129
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Let's Jam-Calling all Musicians - Let's Jam-Calling all Musicians
How long has it been since you had the opportunity to spend some time "jamming" with your fellow musicians?  Anyone interested in getting together once a week for some fun & music is welcomed to join us.  We are scheduling an organizational meeting on Thursday, April 19th at 1:00 pm. Sign ups encouraged-walk-ins welcomed.  The Center has a full set of drums, a keyboard and a piano that can be used.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Senior In-House Lunches (FY 19) - August - Early Bird Supper
If you prefer to stay local and enjoy a catered lunch and entertainment with friends then sign up for our monthly in-house lunches at the Seymour Community Center. Live in Seymour and need a ride? Give us a call. We will do our best accommodate your request.
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Mini Ninjas
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Tang Soo Do
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
Friday August 16, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Strider's Club - Strider's Club
DUE TO THE HEAT NEW TIME IS 8:30 am (may change back depending what participants want in fall)
Community Center - Multi Purpose Field
 
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Mad Science Summer Camp- NASA - NASA Summer Camp
NASA: Journey into Outer Space (Entering Grades 1-6)Blast off this summer with the only camp designed and created specifically by NASA Engineers for Mad Science! This camp will be out of this world with rockets that every camper will build and launch themselves! Campers will take a voyage to see a comet right before their very eyes and explore the mysterious world of the sun, planets, and moons! Children will create a satellite and overcome challenges while in training to become an astronaut! Campers will have NASA take homes every day that will brighten their whole summer! Eureka!Location: Seymour Community Center Dates: August 12-16th Time: 9:00-12:00pmCost:$160Give your children this unique opportunity to see and apply, hands-on and while having fun, the science theories they study in class. Science is an essential subject in your kids’ curriculum, yet it can be hard to grasp without seeing its practical applications. Mad Science programs are synchronized with CT’s curriculum and are NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) compliant.
Community Center - <---------- Conference Room - Room #107
 
10:00 AM - 11:45 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Strength, Toning, and Balance
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Shopping
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services - Doctor's Appointments
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
Sunday August 18, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Church - Interest List
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
Monday August 19, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Strider's Club - Strider's Club
DUE TO THE HEAT NEW TIME IS 8:30 am (may change back depending what participants want in fall)
Community Center - Multi Purpose Field
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Senior Fit, Senior Strong (FY19) - Chair Yoga
SENIOR FIT SENIOR STRONGThanks to the generous support of the Valley Community Foundation, Seymour Recreation is pleased to announce Senior Fit, Senior Strong! The program offers Senior Center Members several free exercise classes a week! Registration is required.10am each day Stay fit & Strong at Seymour Senior Center. Mondays - Chair Yoga Taught by Jeanne Dziewulski, this will allow for you to get the benefit of yoga with the assistance of a chair.TUESDAYS - Looking for an activity on Tuesdays -Try our 8 week Tai Chi session.Wednesdays - Zumba GoldTaught by Amanda Aramzullo, Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination.Thursdays - QigongTaught by Diane Lewis, Qigong Looking for a new low impact exercise class?  Qigong (similar to Tai Chi) is a form of gentle exercise composed of movements that are repeated a number of times, often stretching the body, increasing fluid movement and building awareness of how the body moves.Fridays - Strength, Toning, and BalanceTaught by Raquel Teixeira, this class will increase muscle strength, range of movement, balance, and coordination through a variety of exercises. Light hand weights, balls and exercise bands will be utilized. A chair is used for seated exercises and standing support. Suited for all levels. 
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball- Open Play (FY19) - Pickleball
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.New teams will form each week as participants arrive. All equipment will be provided! Please see dates and times below.NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR July - August 19, Mon, Tues, Thurs 9 -11.
Community Center - Gym
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Veterans & Spouses-Know Your Benefits - Veterans & Spouses-Know Your Benefits
Join us for this informational program about services and financial benefits that are available for veterans , spouses and their families.  Find out if you are eligible for these benefits and where to apply. Program is open to the public.
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
11:15 AM - 12:15 PM    Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance (FY 19) - Tai Ji Quan - Moving for Better Balance Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM    Wii Bowling (FY19) - Wii Bowling
Wii Bowling   
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->
 
Tuesday August 20, 2019
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services - Food Bank
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Walking DVD - Walking DVD
Afternoon walking anyone?  Rather than an afternoon coffee break, come to the center for an afternoon fitness break.  We will use  the Community Center DVD to walk in place and get some afternoon cardio fitness.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services Shopping
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
11:15 AM - 1:15 PM    Pickleball- Open Play (FY19) - Pickleball
Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players.New teams will form each week as participants arrive. All equipment will be provided! Please see dates and times below.NEW SUMMER SCHEDULE FOR July - August 19, Mon, Tues, Thurs 9 -11.
Community Center - Gym
 
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportaton Services Bingo
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
12:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Mahjong (FY19) - Mahjong Club (FY19)
Come join a game at the center!
Community Center - Card Room - Room #129
 
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Farmer's Market Community Center - Parking Lot, Back/Side
 
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Transportation - Community Bus (FY 19) - Transportation Services - Doctor's Appointments
Church - Sundays - MUST HAVE 4 people Pre-Registered to run busShopping - Tuesdays & Fridays mornings by appointmentDoctor's Appointments - Primary days Tuesday & Friday 1 - 5pm.  Other days Monday - Saturday based on driver availability.  Reservation required for all days call for appointment.                                    Food Bank - Rides to and from the Food Bank will be on Tuesdays at 8:45 am pick up for 9:00 am food bank appointments.  The pick up time could vary depending on the number of riders. Riders will be notified if time will vary by more than 15 minutes.
Community Center Bus
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Acoustic Folk Music Group - Acoustic Folk Music Group
New group looking for musicians who have Acoustic Guitars that are interested in getting together and play Acoustic Folk Music once a week on Tuesday afternoons from 2:00 -4:00 pm. Stop in at the Community Center and join the group for an afternoon of music.
Community Center - TV lounge - Room #112
 
4:15 PM - 5:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Mini Ninjas
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Tang Soo Do (Korean Martial Arts) (FY19) - Tang Soo Do
A community is made up of many individuals. The strengths of the individuals determines the strengths of the community. The tradition of Tang Soo Do inspires its practitioners to improve their bodies, minds, hearts, and spirits through the challenge of making growth-minded choices. Then it encourages its students to share the fruits of their labor with their community. As the individual grows so too does their community. Fourth-degree master instructors, Derik Weber and his father Karl Weber, are excited to invite you to learn more about yourself with them and the Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan Association. The Eight Key Concepts in Tang Soo Do Mi Guk Kwan are:Courage, Concentration, Endurance, Honesty, Humility,Control of Power, Tension/Relaxation and Speed Control. Classes are offered at Seymour Community Center for ages 6 to 106!First Two Classes are Free Trial Classes (1 private and 1 group) in succession. Class meets every week, Tuesdays & Thursdays4:00 PM - 4:15 PM, Trial class start time4:15 PM - 5:00 PM, Beginners/Intermediate 6 and up (or white - orange belt)5:00 PM - 6:00 PM, Advanced ages 11 and up (or green - red belts)6:00 PM - 6:30 PM Mini Ninjas   $70.00/month Residents$75.00/month Non-Residents($15 discount for each additional family member)Free Uniform with a 6 month enrollment! Please contact Seymour Community Tang Soo Do with any and all questions or concerns at:SeyComTSD@gmail.comMini Ninjas Come join a very active learning environment in a traditional martial arts setting where your child will build many of the core principles of strong character including: self-confidence, self-discipline, self-control, coordination, listening skills, focus, awareness, attention, social skills, respect, courtesy and teamwork. Our instructors have high expectations, they want students to be willing to try new things and make mistakes in a supportive learning environment that meets kids where they are at physically, mentally, and socially, because long term success in life comes from an early established growth mindset.       Days: Tuesday/ Thursdays      Times: 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM        Ages: 4-6        Price: $60 per month Location: Seymour Community CenterInstructors: Rebecca Weber                  Beeca Murphy
Community Center - Fitness Classroom - Room #118
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Line Dancing - Line Dancing
This line dance class will provide the confidence and ease needed on the dance floor as participants will learn some fundamental steps and a variety of line dances - from the "Classics" to the "Fresh" new dances.  Line dancing is perfect for anyone who wants to dance independently.  No partner is required, but feel free to bring along some friends and have a lot of fun!  You can line dance almost anywhere and to many genres of music. Plus, you get exercise without realizing you are actually exercising.  Adults of all ages welcome. Instructor: Joanne KallipolitesClick on dates of classes to see full schedule & exclusion datesMinimum of 10 registrations to run class
Community Center - Bingo Hall - Room #115 ---->