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    127331 - Community Garden

    The Garden, located at 6925 Stadium Drive, provides family friendly gardening…deer free. Gardening at a community level offers an opportunity to grow fresh produce and flowers while creating a connection to the outdoors, environment and neighbors. The rental fee for a 10’ x 4’ raised garden plot is $20.00.

    While all garden plots have been sold for this growing season, you can still place your name on a waiting list in the event one becomes available.

    Contact The Garden at; communitygarden@brecksville.oh.us

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    Read Notice127331-19Community Garden 19$20/$018 years and Up04/01/19- 10/31/19M-Su 6:00A- 8:00PStadium DriveFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details
    Add to Cart127331-99Garden Waitlist$018 years and Up12/31/2099- 12/31/2099M-Su 6:00A- 8:00PStadium DriveFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details

    225205 - May Lunches

    Human Services Lunch - Registration required 440 526-2499
    Residents $7.00 Non-Residents $9.00 (Must by a guest of a Resident)
    Fee is payable the day of the lunch.
    Lunch included coffee, decaf coffee, and ice tea
    Chicken Parmesan, pasta, green beans, garlic bread, cannoli.

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    Read Notice225205-02Chicken Parmesan$055 years and Up05/02/19- 05/02/19Th12:00P- 1:00PHuman ServicesFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details
    Read Notice225205-16Salsbury Steak$055 years and Up05/16/19- 05/16/19Th12:00P- 1:00PHuman ServicesFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details
    Add to Cart225205-23Teriyaki chicken$055 years and Up05/23/19- 05/23/19Th12:00P- 1:00PHuman ServicesFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details

    226105 - Brecksville Travelers May

    1.Trip Refund Policy:
    *If you cancel a trip for any reason, notify the Brecksville Human Services Center immediately by calling: (440) 526-2499.
    *Refund requests may be granted if made in writing at least seven days prior to a trip but only if no expenses/tickets purchases have occurred.
    *No credits or refunds are issued less than 7 days before a trip due to a change in personal schedule, illness or schedule conflict.
    *A $5 processing fee is applied to all refunds made seven or more days prior to the trip.
    *Individuals may always find a replacement person for their reservation if unable to attend. Please inform The Brecksville Human Services Center of the change of person.
    *Cancellations requested more than 7 days prior to a trip may have credit applied to your household account if no ticket or costs have been purchased. The refund will be less a $5 processing fee.
    *A full refund is given if the Brecksville Human Services Center cancels a trip due to low enrollment or unforeseen circumstances.
    *All trips $10 or less are non-refundable.

    2.Brecksville Travelers Policies
    *All residents and non-residents must register for a trip at the Brecksville Human Services Center, the Brecksville Community Center, or on-line. There will be no reservation without payment.
    *A resident may invite one non-resident per trip. The non-resident is not required to be on the wait list if invited by a resident.
    *Non-residents, not accompanied by a resident, may be placed on a wait list. The non-resident will be contacted seven days prior to the trip if space is available. They will then be required to make full payment. This will be on a first come first served basis.
    *When registering for a trip, please remember the return time is approximate. Please allow additional time.
    *All attendees are required to be able to travel independently or have a responsible companion for their care. Staff members will not be able to assist someone with health issues including mobility limitations.
    *Participants must evaluate their physical and medical limitations as they relate to the type of trip scheduled. Some examples include allergies (country trips), motion sickness (water rides) and inability to walk distances (walking tours).
    *All participants must complete a Brecksville Human Services Transportation Application to attend a trip.
    *Failure of participants to abide by the above considerations may result in exclusion from future trips.

    The Brecksville Travelers To Ride Lolly the Trolley

    11:30am Bus departs Brecksville Muni Lot
    12:30pm Lolly the Trolly 1 hour tour
    1:45pm Lunch on you own at Shooters on the Water
    3:30pm Return to Brecksville Muni Lot

    Enjoy touring Cleveland on Lolly the Trolley. Our one hour narrated tour will visit some of these sights, Flats & Cuyahoga River, Downtown & Public Square, North Coast Harbor, The Warehouse District, Ohio City & West Side Market and the Gateway Sports complex with the"Q" & Progressive Field.
    After the tour enjoy lunch on your own at Shooters on the Water.

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    Read Notice226105-17Lolly the Trolly$15/$2055 years and Up05/17/19- 05/17/19F11:30A- 3:30POffsite LocationFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details

    227318 - Senior Volunteer Luncheon

    Senior Man and Woman Volunteer of the Year Luncheon
    Tuesday, May 21st 12:00-2:00pm
    Human Services Gathering Room

    Honoring Dr. Michael Sabat & Teri Moenk

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    Read Notice227318-18Senior Volunteer$1515 years and Up05/21/19- 05/21/19Tu12:00P- 2:00PHuman ServicesFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details

    235206 - June Lunches

    Human Services Lunch - Registration required 440 526-2499
    Residents $7.00 Non-Residents $9.00 (Must by a guest of a Resident)
    Fee is payable the day of the lunch.
    Lunch included coffee, decaf coffee, and ice tea
    Pasta cavatelli, meatballs, vegetable, garlic butter dinner roll, poke cake.



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    Add to Cart235206-06Pasta Cavatelli$055 years and Up06/06/19- 06/06/19Th12:00P- 1:00PHuman ServicesFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details
    Add to Cart235206-13Breaded Chicken$055 years and Up06/13/19- 06/13/19Th12:00P- 1:00PHuman ServicesFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details
    Add to Cart235206-20Lasagna$055 years and Up06/13/19- 06/13/19Th12:00P- 1:00PHuman ServicesFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details
    Add to Cart235206-27Lou's Kielbasa$055 years and Up06/27/19- 06/27/19Th12:00P- 1:00PHuman ServicesFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details

    236106 - Brecksville Travelers June

    The Brecksivlle Travelers Quick Trip To See
    The Cleveland Botanical Gardens

    10:00am Bus departs Brecksville Muni Lot
    11:00am Tour Botanical Gardens on self-guided tour
    Lunch on you own at The Garden Cafe
    2:00pm Return to Brecksville Muni Lot

    The Garden is a vibrant experience of your own design. It's ever-changing! Lose yourself in 20 unique gardens lush with dazzling color and uncommonly beautiful plants. Experience the rainforest and desert biomes of the Eleanor Armstrong Smith Glasshouse and walk along a shaded woody boardwalk. When it comes to things to do in Cleveland, the Garden is the place to be.

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    Add to Cart236106-14Botanical Gardens$15/$2055 years and Up06/14/19- 06/14/19F10:00A- 2:00POffsite LocationFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details

    237313 - Here's To Your Health

    5th Annual Taste of Brecksville

    Thursday, June 20th, 5:30pm-8:00pm
    $25 presale, $30 at the door

    The City of Brecksville is hosting this event and highlighting the community restaurants that support our residents. Proceeds benefit the Honor Tree Association, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization helping residents, primarily seniors, in need.
    Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the door of the Human Services Center, Two Community Drive. Parking will be on both the Human Services and Community Center lots.
    Advance sale tickets are at Human Services Center and the Community Center or on-line at webtrac.brecksville.oh.us

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    Add to Cart237313-41Taste of Brecksville$021 years and Up06/20/19- 06/20/19Th 5:30P- 8:00PHuman ServicesFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details

    321961 - Soccer - Youth Coed

    Brecksville Soccer Academy

    Tony Niccoli introduced us to this widely-acclaimed program, which incorporates all the Best Practices recommended by the US Soccer Association. The written curriculum provides age-appropriate activities based on the cognitive, psycho-motor, psycho-social and emotional stage of each age-group. Each session will be instructed by BSA staff and Brecksville - Broadview Hts. High School Soccer players.

    U3 Academy (ages 3) is a parent-child program for children ages 3-4 who are interested in having fun and learning the fundamentals of soccer. The program allows children the opportunity to work one-on-one with a parent, teaches a variety of soccer skills, offers exercises that become increasingly more challenging as the class progresses children show improvement, and thwe class is taught with fun, safe, developmentally appropriate equipment.

    U5 Academy (ages 4 and 5) will engage in the ABCs of player movement—Agility, Balance and Coordination. The ball will be used in most activities to facilitate body-movement and ball control. These players will play 1v1 and 2v2 games. Constant activity will be the target, so balls will be in continuous play.

    U7 Academy (ages 6 and 7) will engage in small-sided games with 4v4 being the best format, but 3v3 and 5v5 might also be employed for older players. Their training will be games-based with a variety of competitive games that will challenge players to learn the tactics of the game—how to get a team shape; how to avoid pressure by passing back; how to defend; how to switch the ball to the side with less pressure.

    U8 League (ages 7 and 8) will serve as an introduction to traditional league play in a 4v4 setting. There will be one weekday train session and games to be played on Saturday mornings. Teams will travel to Shaker Heights and surrounding communities, games will be played on the upper grass soccer field at the Blossom Hill Facility and away sites. Teams will be formed and volunteer coaches will manage teams. This division will help grow the "club" concept and stress individual player development and team concept. Practices to begin in April or August depending on season.

    An explanation of what we do and why we do it will be provided to parents who will be able to comprehend our long-term player development scheme. We have found that the players coming out of our Academy are well-prepared to play 6v6 and the emotional hook has been set. The passion to compete in a team-sport will be imbedded. All sessions meet at the Blossom Hill turf field.

    Players are responsible for purchasing their own shin guards and cleats.

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    Read Notice321961-03Soccer U3 Parent/Kid$50/$603 years to under 5 years04/27/19- 06/08/19Sa 9:15A- 10:00ABlossom HillFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details
    Read Notice321961-05Soccer U5 Coed$75/$854 years to under 6 years04/27/19- 06/08/19Sa10:00A- 11:00ABlossom HillFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details
    Read Notice321961-07Soccer U7$75/$856 years to under 8 years04/27/19- 06/08/19Sa11:00A- 12:00PBlossom HillFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details
    Read Notice321961-08Soccer U8 Coed$85/$957 years to under 9 years04/27/19- 06/08/19Sa 9:00A- 12:00PBlossom HillFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details

    322163 - LTS Preschool L 1 Spring

    The purpose of this class is to familiarize children approximately ages 4 and 5 years old to the aquatic environment and help them acquire rudimentary basic aquatic skills. It will also help participants begin to develop positive attitudes and safe practices in and around water.

    *Enter and exit water safely using ladder, steps or side
    *Submerge mouth, nose, and eyes
    *Blow bubbles (3 sec.)
    *Open eyes underwater and retrieve submerged objects
    *Bobbing (3 times)
    *Front Glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from front float to vertical position
    *Back glide (2 body lengths)
    *Maintain back float position (3 sec.)
    *Recover from back float or glide to a vertical position
    *Roll over from front to back
    *Roll over from back to front
    *Arm and hand treading actions (in chest deep water)
    *Alternating leg action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous leg action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Alternating arm action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous arm action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Combined arm and leg action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Alternating leg action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous leg action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Alternating arm action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous arm action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Combined arm and leg action on back (2 body lengths)

    Exit Skills Assessment: May be done with support
    1. Enter independently, using either the ladder, steps or side, travel at least 5 yards, submerge to mouth and blow bubbles for at least 3 seconds then safely exit the water. (Participants can walk, move along gutter or "swim")
    2. Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to a back float for 3 seconds and recover to a vertical position.

    You may register for a 4 week session on Tuesday only, Thursday only or take the full 8 classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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    Read Notice322163-81LTS Pre L1 May T/H$03 years 6 months to under 6 years05/07/19- 05/30/19Tu, Th 4:45P- 5:20PCommunity CenterFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details

    322164 - LTS Preschool L 2 Spring

    The purpose of this class is to familiarize children approximately ages 4 and 5 years old to the aquatic environment and help them acquire rudimentary basic aquatic skills. It will also help participants begin to develop positive attitudes and safe practices in and around water.

    *Enter water by stepping from the deck or low height
    *Exit using ladder, steps or side from chest deep water
    *Blow Bubbles (3 sec.)
    *Bobbing 5 times
    *Open eyes under water, retrieve submerged object in chest deep water
    *Front float (face in water) (3 sec.)
    *Front Glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from front float or glide to vertical position
    *Back float (5 sec.)
    *Back Glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from back float or glide to vertical position
    *Roll over front to back
    *Roll over back to front
    *Tread water using arm and leg actions in shoulder deep water (15 sec.)
    *Combined arm and leg actions on front (3 body lengths)
    *Finning arm action on back (3 body lengths)
    *Combined arm and leg action on back (3 body lengths)

    Exit Skills Assessment: May be done with support
    1. Glide on front for at least 2 body lengths, roll to back, float on back for 15 seconds then recover to a vertical position.
    2. Glide on back for at least 2 body lengths, roll to front, float on front, then recover to a vertical position.
    3. Swim using combined arm and leg actions on front for at least 3 body lengths, roll to back and float for 15 seconds; roll to the front, then continue swimming for 3 body lengths.

    You may register for a four week session on either Tuesdays or Thursday or you can do the whole 8 class session on Tuesdays and Thursdays

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    Read Notice322164-82LTS Pre L2 May T/H$03 years 6 months to under 6 years05/07/19- 05/30/19Tu, Th 5:45P- 6:20PCommunity CenterFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details

    322261 - Learn-to-Swim Level 1 Spring

    Level I : Introduction to Water Skills
    *Enter and exit water safely using ladder, steps or side
    *Blow Bubbles (3 sec.)
    *Bobbing (5 times)
    *Open eyes underwater and retrieve submerged objects (2 times)
    *Front float position (5 sec.)
    *Front Glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from front float to a vertical position
    *Back float position (5 sec.)
    *Back glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from a back float or glide to standing position
    *Roll over from front to back
    *Roll over from back to front
    *Tread water using arm and hand actions (in chest deep water)
    *Alternating leg action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous leg action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Alternating arm action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous arm action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Combined arm and leg action on front (2 body lengths)
    *Alternating leg action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous leg action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Alternating arm action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Simultaneous arm action on back (2 body lengths)
    *Combined arm and leg action on back (2 body lengths)

    Exit Skills Assessment:
    1. Enter independently, using either the ladder, steps or side, travel at least 5 yards, bob 5 times then safely exit the water.
    (Participants can walk, move along gutter or "swim")
    2. Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to a back float for 5 seconds and recover to a vertical position. (This may be done with support)

    You may register for a 4 week session on Tuesday only, Thursday only or take the full 8 classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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    Read Notice322261-81LTS L1 May T/H 4:45$05 years to under 9 years05/07/19- 05/30/19Tu, Th 4:45P- 5:35PCommunity CenterFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details

    322262 - Learn-to-Swim Level 2 Spring

    Level II: Fundamental Aquatic Skills
    *Enter water by stepping or jumping from the side
    *Exit water safely using ladder, steps or side
    *Fully submerging and holding breath (10 sec.)
    *Bobbing 10 times
    *Open eyes under water, retrieve submerged object (3 times)
    *Rotary Breathing (5 times)
    *Front float (face in water) (10 sec.)
    *Jellyfish float (10 seconds)
    *Tuck float (10 seconds)
    *Front Glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from front float or glide to vertical position
    *Back float (15 sec.)
    *Back Glide (2 body lengths)
    *Recover from back float or glide to vertical position
    *Roll over front to back
    *Roll over back to front
    *Change direction of travel paddling on front or back
    *Tread water using arm and leg actions (15 seconds)
    *Combined arm and leg actions on front unsupported (5 body lengths)
    *Finning arm action (5 body lengths)
    *Combined arm and leg action on back (5 body lengths)
    *Alternating leg action on side
    *Elementary backstroke kick

    Exit Skills Assessment:
    1. Step from side into chest-deep water, push off the bottom, move into a treading or floating position for 15 seconds, swim on front and/or back for 5 body lengths, then exit water
    2. Move into a back float for 15 seconds, roll to front, then recover to a vertical position.
    3. Push off and swim using combined arm and leg actions on front for 5 body lengths, roll to back and float for 15 seconds, roll to the front, then continue swimming for at least 5 body lengths.

    You may register for a 4 week session on Tuesday only, Thursday only or take the full 8 classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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    Read Notice322262-81LTS L2 May T/H 4:45$05 years to under 9 years05/07/19- 05/30/19Tu, Th 4:45P- 5:35PCommunity CenterFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details
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    322263 - Learn-to-Swim Level 3 Spring

    Level III: Stroke Development
    *Jump into deep water, fully submerge, recover to surface, return to side
    *Head-first entry from sitting position (9+ feet of water)
    *Head-first entry from kneeling position (9+ feet of water)
    *Bobbing while moving toward safety, 15 times
    *Rotary breathing (15 times)
    *Survival float (30 seconds)
    *Back float (1 minute)
    *Change from vertical to horizontal position on front
    *Change from vertical to horizontal position on back
    *While in a vertical position, rotate one full turn
    *Tread water (1 minute)
    *Push off in streamlined position, then begin flutter kicking (3-5 body lengths)
    *Push off in streamlined position, then begin dolphin kicking
    *Front crawl (15 yards)
    *Breaststroke kick (15 yards)
    *Elementary backstroke (15 yards)
    *Scissors kick (15 yards)
    *Back glide - flutter kick (2 body lengths)
    *Back crawl (15 yards)

    Exit Skills Assessment:
    1. Jump into deep water from the side, recover to the surface, maintain position by treading of floating for 1 minute, rotate one full turn if necessary toward exit, swim front crawl and/or elementary backstroke for 25 yards, then exit the water.
    2. Push off in a streamlined position, then swim front crawl for 15 yards, change position and direction as necessary, swim elementary backstroke for 15 yards, then exit the water.

    You may register for a 4 week session on Tuesday only, Thursday only or take the full 8 classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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    Read Notice322263-81LTS L3 MayT/H 4:45$05 years to under 13 years05/07/19- 05/30/19Tu, Th 4:45P- 5:35PCommunity CenterFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details
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    322264 - Learn-to-Swim Level 4 Spring

    Level IV: Stroke Improvement
    *Dive from compact position
    *Dive from stride position
    *Swim under water (3-5 body lengths)
    *Feet-first surface dive, submerging completely
    *Survival swimming in deep water (1 minute)
    *Back float in deep water (1 min.)
    *Front crawl open turn
    *Backstroke open turn
    *Tread water using 2 different kicks (2 min.)
    *Front crawl (25 yards)
    *Breaststroke (15 yards)
    *Butterfly (15 yards)
    *Back crawl (25 yards)
    *Elementary backstroke (25 yards)
    *Sidestroke (15 yards)
    *Push off, streamline position on back, begin flutter kick (5 body lengths)
    *Push off, streamline position on back, begin dolphin kick (5 body lengths)

    Exit Skills Assessment:
    1. Perform a feet-first entry into deep water, swim front crawl for 25 yards, change direction and swim elementary backstroke for 25 yards.
    2. Swim breaststroke for 15 yards, change direction and position as necessary and swim back crawl for 15 yards.
    3. Submerge and swim a distance of 3-5 body lengths underwater without hyperventilating, return to the surface, then exit the water.


    You may register for a 4 week session on Tuesday only, Thursday only or take the full 8 classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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    Read Notice322264-81LTS L4 May T/H 4:45p$05 years to under 13 years05/07/19- 05/30/19Tu, Th 4:45P- 5:35PCommunity CenterFee DetailsLocation DetailsItem Details