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Monday November 18, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Yoga, Freestyle with Sheila Frankel - Freestyle Yoga - Fall 2019
Experience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. This class gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. It is a wonderful and soothing experience that enables you to feel good both inside and out.
 
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Badminton - Women's Badminton - 2019-2020
Come join our women's open free play Badminton at the West Shore Gym.Badminton is a sport that can be enjoyed by individuals of any age and physical ability. Playing Badminton is a great way to stimulate the brain and promote quick thinking while improving hand-eye coordination. Badminton is a low-injury risk sport that keeps one fit and flexible. Playing Badminton is a great social sport that doesn't cost a lot of money and is FUN! 
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - November
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Year Swimming Pass - July - July
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Basketball, FUNdamental Clinic - Fundamental Basketball Clinic - Session 1
Classes meet on Mondays & Thursdays at The Parsons Complex Gymnasium 4:00pm - 5:00pm. Session I - November 14 - December 5, 2019.  Session II - January 6, 2018 -January 23, 2020. (Additional class on Wednesday, 1/22) Session III - January 27 - February 13, 2020.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Basketball, Youth - Youth Basketball Coach
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Head Engineer - Independant Exploration (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C, D)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session A - Mission Rescue
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session B - Clean up (Pre-requisite Session A)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session C - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Session A&B)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session D - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Fall 2019
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Fall 2019
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
Tuesday November 19, 2019
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Pickelball, Indoor - Indoor Pickleball - AM Session
Pickleball is a racquet sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.The sport is played on a court with the same dimensions as a doubles badminton court. The net is similar to tennis net, but is mounted two inches lower. The game is played with a hard paddle and a polymer smaller version of a wiffle ball.The United States Pickleball Association estimates there are more than 100,000 active pickleball players in the United States alone.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Milford Walkers - Milford Walkers
A fun beginner or intermediate Walking Group. Walk with friends, make new ones, enjoy the fresh air.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Intro to Yoga & Mindfulness - Fall 2019
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Dance & Fun Workout - Fall 2019
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Cardio Core Workout - Cardio Core Workout - Fall 2019
Cardio Core Workout is a fun and invigorating mix of cardio, core and strength training exercises designed to burn calories, build muscle, tone and strengthen the midsection and sculpt the legs. This total body workout includes a balanced mix of aerobics, Pilates style abdominal and leg exercises that emphasis toning the core and lower body while using a stability ball. The strength training for firming arms and your upper body will use three-pound dumb bells and a five-pound weighted ball.
 
Wednesday November 20, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Ageless Warriors - Tennis Warriors - Workshop
Our "Ageless Warriors" tennis workshops are designed for players 55 and over. Glen has served as a director of tennis for the Town of Westport and a former tennis coach at Wilton High School. Glen's Knowledge and passion for tennis and tennis people is acknowledged far and wide.The workshop is five weeks for one hour per week.The fee is $65.00 ($70 non-residents) per session.FALL SESSION II - NEWEisenhower ParkOctober 23 - 9:00a - 10:30aOctober 30 - 9:00a - 10:30aNovember 11 - 9:00a - 11:00aFor program details please call instructor Glen Englander - 203-736-7272For registration information please contact Recreation Supervisor, Patrick Austin - paustin@ci.milford.ct.us or 203-783-3390.
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Fall 2019
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Year Swimming Pass - July - July
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - November
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Zumba Gold Exercise - Zumba Gold Exercise - Summer 2019
Zumba is a Latin inspired, dance-fitness class that incorporates Latin and International music and dance movements, which create a dynamic, exciting and effective fitness system. Zumba means to “move fast and have fun.” The class format combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body in an aerobic/fitness fashion to achieve a unique blended balance of cardio and muscle-toning benefits.ZUMBA GOLDPerfect ForActive older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba® class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. How It WorksThe design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba® choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination. Come ready to sweat, and prepare to leave empowered and feeling strong. BenefitsClass focuses on all elements of fitness: cardiovascular, muscular conditioning, flexibility and balance!
 
Thursday November 21, 2019
10:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Pickelball, Indoor - Indoor Pickleball - AM Session
Pickleball is a racquet sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.The sport is played on a court with the same dimensions as a doubles badminton court. The net is similar to tennis net, but is mounted two inches lower. The game is played with a hard paddle and a polymer smaller version of a wiffle ball.The United States Pickleball Association estimates there are more than 100,000 active pickleball players in the United States alone.
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Basketball, FUNdamental Clinic - Fundamental Basketball Clinic - Session 1
Classes meet on Mondays & Thursdays at The Parsons Complex Gymnasium 4:00pm - 5:00pm. Session I - November 14 - December 5, 2019.  Session II - January 6, 2018 -January 23, 2020. (Additional class on Wednesday, 1/22) Session III - January 27 - February 13, 2020.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Cardio Core Workout - Cardio Core Workout - Fall 2019
Cardio Core Workout is a fun and invigorating mix of cardio, core and strength training exercises designed to burn calories, build muscle, tone and strengthen the midsection and sculpt the legs. This total body workout includes a balanced mix of aerobics, Pilates style abdominal and leg exercises that emphasis toning the core and lower body while using a stability ball. The strength training for firming arms and your upper body will use three-pound dumb bells and a five-pound weighted ball.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Fall 2019
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
Friday November 22, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
9:30 AM - 10:15 AM    Dance Class - Dance With Me
Dance With Me - This is a creative movement class.  This fun and up beat class where toddlers AND their caregivers actively participate together.  We explore simple concepts of creative dance and movement.  This class incorporates music, songs, dance and the imaginative use of props to help foster a love for dance, music and self expression.  Attire:Girls- bare feet, any color Dance leotard. Boys black shorts or sweat pants and white T shirt.First Steps - For the independent student who is comfortable participating without a caregiver.  This class introduces students to the very first steps of traditional dance.  While developing motor skills, imagination and confidence these young dancers will increase coordination, balance and musicality in a structured yet playful environment.  We will explore a blend of basic ballet and jazz styles of dance.  Attire: Pink Ballet slippers, light blue dance leotard, White socks or Pink tights are optional.Instructor:  Patty O'Donnell has been a teacher at Lee Lund Studio of Dance for over 20 years.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Dance & Fun Workout - Fall 2019
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Milford Walkers - Milford Walkers
A fun beginner or intermediate Walking Group. Walk with friends, make new ones, enjoy the fresh air.
 
10:30 AM - 11:15 AM    Dance Class - First Steps
Dance With Me - This is a creative movement class.  This fun and up beat class where toddlers AND their caregivers actively participate together.  We explore simple concepts of creative dance and movement.  This class incorporates music, songs, dance and the imaginative use of props to help foster a love for dance, music and self expression.  Attire:Girls- bare feet, any color Dance leotard. Boys black shorts or sweat pants and white T shirt.First Steps - For the independent student who is comfortable participating without a caregiver.  This class introduces students to the very first steps of traditional dance.  While developing motor skills, imagination and confidence these young dancers will increase coordination, balance and musicality in a structured yet playful environment.  We will explore a blend of basic ballet and jazz styles of dance.  Attire: Pink Ballet slippers, light blue dance leotard, White socks or Pink tights are optional.Instructor:  Patty O'Donnell has been a teacher at Lee Lund Studio of Dance for over 20 years.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - November
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
Saturday November 23, 2019
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Soccer Tikes - Soccer Tikes - Fall Session II
This six-week non-competitive child development program, is designed to promote motor skills, physical fitness, self confidence and fun through a variety of soccer based skills and related physical education games.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Soccer Tikes - Soccer Tikes - Fall Session II
This six-week non-competitive child development program, is designed to promote motor skills, physical fitness, self confidence and fun through a variety of soccer based skills and related physical education games.
 
Monday November 25, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Yoga, Freestyle with Sheila Frankel - Freestyle Yoga - Fall 2019
Experience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. This class gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. It is a wonderful and soothing experience that enables you to feel good both inside and out.
 
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Badminton - Women's Badminton - 2019-2020
Come join our women's open free play Badminton at the West Shore Gym.Badminton is a sport that can be enjoyed by individuals of any age and physical ability. Playing Badminton is a great way to stimulate the brain and promote quick thinking while improving hand-eye coordination. Badminton is a low-injury risk sport that keeps one fit and flexible. Playing Badminton is a great social sport that doesn't cost a lot of money and is FUN! 
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - November
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Year Swimming Pass - July - July
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Basketball, FUNdamental Clinic - Fundamental Basketball Clinic - Session 1
Classes meet on Mondays & Thursdays at The Parsons Complex Gymnasium 4:00pm - 5:00pm. Session I - November 14 - December 5, 2019.  Session II - January 6, 2018 -January 23, 2020. (Additional class on Wednesday, 1/22) Session III - January 27 - February 13, 2020.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Basketball, Youth - Youth Basketball Coach
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Head Engineer - Independant Exploration (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C, D)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session A - Mission Rescue
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session B - Clean up (Pre-requisite Session A)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session C - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Session A&B)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session D - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Fall 2019
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Fall 2019
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
Tuesday November 26, 2019
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Pickelball, Indoor - Indoor Pickleball - AM Session
Pickleball is a racquet sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.The sport is played on a court with the same dimensions as a doubles badminton court. The net is similar to tennis net, but is mounted two inches lower. The game is played with a hard paddle and a polymer smaller version of a wiffle ball.The United States Pickleball Association estimates there are more than 100,000 active pickleball players in the United States alone.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Milford Walkers - Milford Walkers
A fun beginner or intermediate Walking Group. Walk with friends, make new ones, enjoy the fresh air.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Cardio Core Workout - Cardio Core Workout - Fall 2019
Cardio Core Workout is a fun and invigorating mix of cardio, core and strength training exercises designed to burn calories, build muscle, tone and strengthen the midsection and sculpt the legs. This total body workout includes a balanced mix of aerobics, Pilates style abdominal and leg exercises that emphasis toning the core and lower body while using a stability ball. The strength training for firming arms and your upper body will use three-pound dumb bells and a five-pound weighted ball.
 
Wednesday November 27, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - November
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Year Swimming Pass - July - July
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
Thursday November 28, 2019
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Basketball, FUNdamental Clinic - Fundamental Basketball Clinic - Session 1
Classes meet on Mondays & Thursdays at The Parsons Complex Gymnasium 4:00pm - 5:00pm. Session I - November 14 - December 5, 2019.  Session II - January 6, 2018 -January 23, 2020. (Additional class on Wednesday, 1/22) Session III - January 27 - February 13, 2020.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
Friday November 29, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Milford Walkers - Milford Walkers
A fun beginner or intermediate Walking Group. Walk with friends, make new ones, enjoy the fresh air.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - November
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - November 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
Monday December 2, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Yoga, Freestyle with Sheila Frankel - Freestyle Yoga - Fall 2019
Experience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. This class gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. It is a wonderful and soothing experience that enables you to feel good both inside and out.
 
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Badminton - Women's Badminton - 2019-2020
Come join our women's open free play Badminton at the West Shore Gym.Badminton is a sport that can be enjoyed by individuals of any age and physical ability. Playing Badminton is a great way to stimulate the brain and promote quick thinking while improving hand-eye coordination. Badminton is a low-injury risk sport that keeps one fit and flexible. Playing Badminton is a great social sport that doesn't cost a lot of money and is FUN! 
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - December
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Year Swimming Pass - July - July
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Basketball, FUNdamental Clinic - Fundamental Basketball Clinic - Session 1
Classes meet on Mondays & Thursdays at The Parsons Complex Gymnasium 4:00pm - 5:00pm. Session I - November 14 - December 5, 2019.  Session II - January 6, 2018 -January 23, 2020. (Additional class on Wednesday, 1/22) Session III - January 27 - February 13, 2020.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Basketball, Youth - Youth Basketball Coach
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Girls 10 & Under
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Head Engineer - Independant Exploration (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C, D)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session A - Mission Rescue
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session B - Clean up (Pre-requisite Session A)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session C - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Session A&B)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session D - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Fall 2019
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Fall 2019
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Girls 12 & Under
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
Tuesday December 3, 2019
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Pickelball, Indoor - Indoor Pickleball - AM Session
Pickleball is a racquet sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.The sport is played on a court with the same dimensions as a doubles badminton court. The net is similar to tennis net, but is mounted two inches lower. The game is played with a hard paddle and a polymer smaller version of a wiffle ball.The United States Pickleball Association estimates there are more than 100,000 active pickleball players in the United States alone.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Milford Walkers - Milford Walkers
A fun beginner or intermediate Walking Group. Walk with friends, make new ones, enjoy the fresh air.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Basketball, Non-Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Non-Competitive 30 & Over League
 
5:45 PM - 8:45 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Boys 8th Grade
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Intro to Yoga & Mindfulness - Fall 2019
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Dance & Fun Workout - Fall 2019
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Resident
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Non-Resident
 
Wednesday December 4, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Fall 2019
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Year Swimming Pass - July - July
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - December
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Boys 4th Grade
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Zumba Gold Exercise - Zumba Gold Exercise - Summer 2019
Zumba is a Latin inspired, dance-fitness class that incorporates Latin and International music and dance movements, which create a dynamic, exciting and effective fitness system. Zumba means to “move fast and have fun.” The class format combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body in an aerobic/fitness fashion to achieve a unique blended balance of cardio and muscle-toning benefits.ZUMBA GOLDPerfect ForActive older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba® class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. How It WorksThe design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba® choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination. Come ready to sweat, and prepare to leave empowered and feeling strong. BenefitsClass focuses on all elements of fitness: cardiovascular, muscular conditioning, flexibility and balance!
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Boys 5th Grade
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
Thursday December 5, 2019
10:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Pickelball, Indoor - Indoor Pickleball - AM Session
Pickleball is a racquet sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.The sport is played on a court with the same dimensions as a doubles badminton court. The net is similar to tennis net, but is mounted two inches lower. The game is played with a hard paddle and a polymer smaller version of a wiffle ball.The United States Pickleball Association estimates there are more than 100,000 active pickleball players in the United States alone.
 
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Basketball, FUNdamental Clinic - Fundamental Basketball Clinic - Session 1
Classes meet on Mondays & Thursdays at The Parsons Complex Gymnasium 4:00pm - 5:00pm. Session I - November 14 - December 5, 2019.  Session II - January 6, 2018 -January 23, 2020. (Additional class on Wednesday, 1/22) Session III - January 27 - February 13, 2020.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Pottery - Clay Play
 Pottery for KidsTuesday: October 1, 2019 - November 5, 2019.Ages: 5-8Cost: $115Wednesdays: October 2, 2019 - November 6, 2019.Ages: 9-14Cost: $115Clay Play: December 5, 2019 & December 12, 2019 (Session 1)                        Time: 5:00-6:00pmAges: 2-99Cost: $65/2 people and $16 each added person.(One project per family)For Registration InformationContact: Bob Hayes at rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us or (203) 783-3283
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Basketball, Non-Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Non-Competitive 30 & Over League
 
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Girls 14 & Under
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Cardio Core Workout - Cardio Core Workout - Fall 2019
Cardio Core Workout is a fun and invigorating mix of cardio, core and strength training exercises designed to burn calories, build muscle, tone and strengthen the midsection and sculpt the legs. This total body workout includes a balanced mix of aerobics, Pilates style abdominal and leg exercises that emphasis toning the core and lower body while using a stability ball. The strength training for firming arms and your upper body will use three-pound dumb bells and a five-pound weighted ball.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Fall 2019
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Resident
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Grandfather/Industrial
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Non-Resident
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Non-Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Non-Competitive 18 & Over League
 
Friday December 6, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Dance & Fun Workout - Fall 2019
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Milford Walkers - Milford Walkers
A fun beginner or intermediate Walking Group. Walk with friends, make new ones, enjoy the fresh air.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - December
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Boys 6th Grade
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Boys 7th Grade
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
Saturday December 7, 2019
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Soccer Tikes - Soccer Tikes - Fall Session II
This six-week non-competitive child development program, is designed to promote motor skills, physical fitness, self confidence and fun through a variety of soccer based skills and related physical education games.
 
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Women's Competitive
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Soccer Tikes - Soccer Tikes - Fall Session II
This six-week non-competitive child development program, is designed to promote motor skills, physical fitness, self confidence and fun through a variety of soccer based skills and related physical education games.
 
Monday December 9, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Yoga, Freestyle with Sheila Frankel - Freestyle Yoga - Fall 2019
Experience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. This class gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. It is a wonderful and soothing experience that enables you to feel good both inside and out.
 
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Badminton - Women's Badminton - 2019-2020
Come join our women's open free play Badminton at the West Shore Gym.Badminton is a sport that can be enjoyed by individuals of any age and physical ability. Playing Badminton is a great way to stimulate the brain and promote quick thinking while improving hand-eye coordination. Badminton is a low-injury risk sport that keeps one fit and flexible. Playing Badminton is a great social sport that doesn't cost a lot of money and is FUN! 
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - December
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Year Swimming Pass - July - July
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Basketball, Youth - Youth Basketball Coach
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Girls 10 & Under
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Head Engineer - Independant Exploration (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C, D)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session A - Mission Rescue
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session B - Clean up (Pre-requisite Session A)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session C - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Session A&B)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session D - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Fall 2019
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Fall 2019
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Girls 12 & Under
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Grandfather/Industrial
 
Tuesday December 10, 2019
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Pickelball, Indoor - Indoor Pickleball - AM Session
Pickleball is a racquet sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.The sport is played on a court with the same dimensions as a doubles badminton court. The net is similar to tennis net, but is mounted two inches lower. The game is played with a hard paddle and a polymer smaller version of a wiffle ball.The United States Pickleball Association estimates there are more than 100,000 active pickleball players in the United States alone.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Milford Walkers - Milford Walkers
A fun beginner or intermediate Walking Group. Walk with friends, make new ones, enjoy the fresh air.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Basketball, Non-Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Non-Competitive 30 & Over League
 
5:45 PM - 8:45 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Boys 8th Grade
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Intro to Yoga & Mindfulness - Fall 2019
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Dance & Fun Workout - Fall 2019
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Resident
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Non-Resident
 
Wednesday December 11, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Yoga & Mindfulness Classes - Hatha Yoga - Fall 2019
HATHA YOGAExperience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. Hatha Yoga gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. Dee Stephens will teach the Monday and Wednesday class.INTRO TO YOGA & MINDFULNESSThis is suitable for beginners and intermediate level students. Yoga helps to limber your body, calm your mind, develop strength and give you an overall sense of well-being. Debbie Carroll will run the Tuesday night class.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Year Swimming Pass - July - July
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - December
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Boys 4th Grade
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Zumba Gold Exercise - Zumba Gold Exercise - Summer 2019
Zumba is a Latin inspired, dance-fitness class that incorporates Latin and International music and dance movements, which create a dynamic, exciting and effective fitness system. Zumba means to “move fast and have fun.” The class format combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body in an aerobic/fitness fashion to achieve a unique blended balance of cardio and muscle-toning benefits.ZUMBA GOLDPerfect ForActive older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba® class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. How It WorksThe design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba® choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination. Come ready to sweat, and prepare to leave empowered and feeling strong. BenefitsClass focuses on all elements of fitness: cardiovascular, muscular conditioning, flexibility and balance!
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Boys 5th Grade
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
Thursday December 12, 2019
10:30 AM - 12:30 AM    Pickelball, Indoor - Indoor Pickleball - AM Session
Pickleball is a racquet sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.The sport is played on a court with the same dimensions as a doubles badminton court. The net is similar to tennis net, but is mounted two inches lower. The game is played with a hard paddle and a polymer smaller version of a wiffle ball.The United States Pickleball Association estimates there are more than 100,000 active pickleball players in the United States alone.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Pottery - Clay Play
 Pottery for KidsTuesday: October 1, 2019 - November 5, 2019.Ages: 5-8Cost: $115Wednesdays: October 2, 2019 - November 6, 2019.Ages: 9-14Cost: $115Clay Play: December 5, 2019 & December 12, 2019 (Session 1)                        Time: 5:00-6:00pmAges: 2-99Cost: $65/2 people and $16 each added person.(One project per family)For Registration InformationContact: Bob Hayes at rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us or (203) 783-3283
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Basketball, Non-Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Non-Competitive 30 & Over League
 
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Girls 14 & Under
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Fall 2019
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Resident
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Grandfather/Industrial
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Non-Resident
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Non-Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Non-Competitive 18 & Over League
 
Friday December 13, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Milford Walkers - Milford Walkers
A fun beginner or intermediate Walking Group. Walk with friends, make new ones, enjoy the fresh air.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - December
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Boys 6th Grade
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Boys 7th Grade
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
Saturday December 14, 2019
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Soccer Tikes - Soccer Tikes - Fall Session II
This six-week non-competitive child development program, is designed to promote motor skills, physical fitness, self confidence and fun through a variety of soccer based skills and related physical education games.
 
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Women's Competitive
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Soccer Tikes - Soccer Tikes - Fall Session II
This six-week non-competitive child development program, is designed to promote motor skills, physical fitness, self confidence and fun through a variety of soccer based skills and related physical education games.
 
Monday December 16, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Yoga, Freestyle with Sheila Frankel - Freestyle Yoga - Fall 2019
Experience the peace and relaxation in your body through Yoga. This class gives one confidence, restores vitality, reduces stress, enhances flexibility and aids in weight control. It is a wonderful and soothing experience that enables you to feel good both inside and out.
 
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Badminton - Women's Badminton - 2019-2020
Come join our women's open free play Badminton at the West Shore Gym.Badminton is a sport that can be enjoyed by individuals of any age and physical ability. Playing Badminton is a great way to stimulate the brain and promote quick thinking while improving hand-eye coordination. Badminton is a low-injury risk sport that keeps one fit and flexible. Playing Badminton is a great social sport that doesn't cost a lot of money and is FUN! 
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - December
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Year Swimming Pass - July - July
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:00 PM - 10:00 PM    Basketball, Youth - Youth Basketball Coach
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Girls 10 & Under
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Head Engineer - Independant Exploration (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C, D)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session A - Mission Rescue
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Junior Engineer-Session B - Clean up (Pre-requisite Session A)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session C - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Session A&B)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    WaterBotics - WaterBotics - Senior Engineer-Session D - Mission Sweep (Pre-requisite Ses A, B, C)
Do you think you would have fun designing, and controlling a robot to function underwater? Do you ever wonder if you could tinker and tweak something to create or improve how it works?Then you might want to check-out WaterBotics®! Different from many land-based robotics programs, WaterBotics® is an innovative, underwater robotic program where teams collaborate to design, build, program, test and redesign underwater robots, made with LEGO® and other components.Teams use LEGO® materials that are familiar, have ease of use and durability, come in a variety of pieces, and are tweak friendly. Teams will learn about the Engineering Design Process (EDP); a format that engineers use to make life easier by creating and improving how things work. Teams will learn the 5 steps of The Engineering Design Process (EDP) Identify the Problem Research and Brainstorm Design and Build Test and Evaluate Redesign To ensure that students do not become daunted by building a complex robot right from the start, the curriculum is divided into a series of four “bite-sized” missions that gradually lead to the production of a fully functional robot. Each mission is a rescue scenario which builds upon the previous one so that designing and building are constantly happening.Junior Engineer (Sessions A & B)Apprentice Session A - Mission 1: Rescue! Use a single motor to build a robot that can travel in a straight line—both forward and backward—on the surface of the water and save a drowning swimmer. Optimize gearing to improve speed and/or control. (Pre-requisite completion Session A) Session B - Mission 2: Cleanup! Use a second motor to enable steering and two-dimensional movement. Maneuver the robot on the surface of the water to clean up a spill of hazardous pollutants.  Senior Engineer (Sessions C & D)Intermediate (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A & B)Session C - Mission 3: Sweep! Use a third motor to dive under the water. Combine high-density and low-density materials to achieve good buoyancy and stability, making the robot controllable underwater. Detonate or disable underwater “mines” to make a shipping lane safe. (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - C)Session D - Mission 4: Collect! Combine the products of previous missions to produce a vehicle that can collect samples from a sunken ship and deposit them in various underwater collection bins. A fourth motor may be used to create a mechanism to grab and release the balls.  Head EngineerIndependent Explorers (Pre-requisite completion Sessions A - D)Independent Exploration! With the purchase of the WaterBotics® ROV Kit, students design and build robots independently. Optional purchase of WaterBotics® ROV Kits available the first day Session D. One WaterBotics® ROV Kit per registrant. This is a fun instructional program that directly exposes kids to science and engineering standards required in most school systems that can take 180 days of a school year of textbooks, papers, and tests. WaterBotics® is a proven outlet that helps support the learning of standards by teaching and incorporating science and engineering in a way that is unique, hands-on and most of all fun. For more information visit our website at s3stem.com.Instructors: Leslie Davis-Green/Lee Green/1 Junior InstructorLeslie Davis-Green, has over 12 years of teaching in the public and private sector. She has a MS in Elementary Education from the University of Bridgeport.  She is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Lee Green has over 30 years of corporate financial analytical operation experience. He has a M.Ed. in Education Psychology/Instructional Learning Technology from Temple University. He is certified and licensed in WaterBotics® from the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, NJ conducted by the Center for Innovation in Engineering and Science Education (CIESE) in June 2017.  Other InformationEach day your child will need to bring light snack with a drink.Call Leslie or Lee for curriculum questions (203) 556-1526 or (203) 218-0609.For more information contact Bob Hayes at (203) 783-3283 or rhayes@ci.milford.ct.us
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Exercise Class with Sheila Frankel - Fitness & Wellness - Fall 2019
The Fitness & Wellness classes are intended for women who are interested in gently sculpting and re-shaping their bodies while gaining added relaxation, stress reduction and flexibility through light stretching and toning techniques in a fun and friendly atmosphere. All specialized movements are designed to improve your overall well-being and reduce significant inches. Dance & Fun Workout classes are geared towards dancing your way to fitness while having fun. All classes will give you a full body workout while developing the movements of a dancer. Students will learn techniques and steps as you reduce inches.
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Girls 12 & Under
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Grandfather/Industrial
 
Tuesday December 17, 2019
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Pickelball, Indoor - Indoor Pickleball - AM Session
Pickleball is a racquet sport which combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis.The sport is played on a court with the same dimensions as a doubles badminton court. The net is similar to tennis net, but is mounted two inches lower. The game is played with a hard paddle and a polymer smaller version of a wiffle ball.The United States Pickleball Association estimates there are more than 100,000 active pickleball players in the United States alone.
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Milford Walkers - Milford Walkers
A fun beginner or intermediate Walking Group. Walk with friends, make new ones, enjoy the fresh air.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Basketball, Non-Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Non-Competitive 30 & Over League
 
5:45 PM - 8:45 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Boys 8th Grade
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Resident
 
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Basketball, Competitive Adult League - Basketball, Men's Competitive - Non-Resident
 
Wednesday December 18, 2019
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Senior Basketball Workout
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Year Swimming Pass - July - July
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM    Adult Open Swim-Fitness Swim - One Month Swimming Pass - December
Adult Open Swim - Fitness Swim is for adults that want to get a water aerobics workout, swim laps, or just use the pool as a therapeutic source.
 
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM    Basketball, Weekday Workout - Lunch Hour Basketball
This open gym basketball activity is open to both men and women.  Age restrictions apply. For those who are 50 and over, the one fee allows you to participate in both programs.
 
4:30 PM - 6:30 PM    Karate, Little Dragons - Little Dragon Karate - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.   Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger.Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
4:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Karate Kids - Karate Kids - December 2019
Learn self defense, confidence, self control, flexibility, and respect for self and others.  Children who do martial arts perform better at school, home, are more focused and more physically fit.  You'll also learn about bully awareness and stranger danger. Beginners through advanced welcome.
 
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Boys 4th Grade
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com 
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Basketball, Youth - Basketball, Youth - Boys 5th Grade
The Milford Recreation Department announces registration for the 2019-2020 Youth Basketball Season will begin on Friday, September 6 at 9:00 a.m.The teams and coaches that participated together last season will remain together, as they always have, but everyone will still need to register.New individual players or players looking to change teams will be able to register for the league and will be placed on teams by the player draft.  Those interested in coaching should also register.Teams will practice once a week and play games once a week on week nights in the Milford Recreation Department's League.  Teams will also be eligible to participate in (1) of the Milford Knights Pre-Season Tournament or the CT HOOPFEST Tournament.Player evaluation will be held for 4th Grade boys only. All new players will report to the Parsons Complex Gymnasium on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Practices will begin the week of October 14, 2019 and games are scheduled to begin the week of December 2, 2019.There will ONLY be Player Evaluations for the Boys 4th Grade Basketball League.The registration fee is $125 per child by October 1, 2019. After this date, the registration fee will be $150 per player.  This includes a reversible jersey and shorts.Registration for the Milford Recreation Department's popular Developmental Basketball Program (Boys & Girls Grades 2 & 3) will begin on Friday, October 1, 2019.For more information on Recreation Programs, please visit www.milfordrecreation.com