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Hayward Area Recreation & Park District

Recreation Guide A guide to programs, classes, activities, events, parks, open space, and facilities.

Summer 2012

www.haywardrec.org

So much to do, so close to home...

Join us for some Summer fun! Online Registration Begins May 2, 2012

H.A.R.D. H.A.R.D. Board Board of of Directors Directors Louis Louis M. M. Andrade Andrade || Paul Paul W. W. Hodges, Hodges, Jr. Jr. || Minane Minane Jameson Jameson || Carol Carol A. A. Pereira Pereira || Dennis Dennis M. M. Waespi Waespi

GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT FOUNDATION

Foundation News | President’s Message

| A Message from the President | Dennis M. Waespi, President

District Receives Award for Shoreline Celebration The District was honored by the California Park and Recreation Society at the annual District 3 Awards and Installation Celebration. During this enjoyable event, emceed by our very own Jennifer Koney, the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center received an Award of Excellence for its 25th Anniversary Celebration. In 2011, the Interpretive Center celebrated 25 years of interpreting the Bay and inspiring the community with a series of events including a “home grown” exhibit, a teacher’s open house, a hands-on shark day and a special class about sea-level rise. Our partnerships with the Pelagic Shark Research Foundation, Community Resources for Science, Hayward Area Historical Society, National Association for Atmospheric Administration and San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission demonstrated the District’s history of commitment to open space, public access and education along the shoreline.

Budget Preparation Begins As this issue of the Recreation Guide went to print the Board of Directors already had begun preparing the 2012-13 fiscal year budget. The Board of Directors and Staff of the District will continue to work diligently to provide our citizens with the best Park and Recreation programs and facilities possible in spite of the fact that the housing market continues to struggle and almost half of our property tax revenue is taken away by the State of California through ERAF. On a positive note our program and facility revenue continues to be strong, thanks to members of the public like you supporting us with your participation.

SUMMER 2012 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

Look for Many New Programs and Activities

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We are looking forward to a great summer of fun and urge you to continue to enjoy what your District has to offer. I’d also like to point out that we are always offering new programs and activities, many based on feedback we get from you, our residents. Please take the time to look through our entire activity guide, you might see something new and exciting that you’ve overlooked! Have a great summer. Greater Hayward Area Recreation and Park Foundation

27th Annual

Golf Tournament

Wednesday July 11, 2012 at 12 noon Shot Gun Tournament! Skywest Golf Course 1401 Golf Course Road, Hayward

Great day includes golf, auction, lunch, dinner and a raffle! All proceeds benefit recreation scholarships and programs of the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District Tax deductible.

For tournament registration, sponsorship information call (510) 881-6731. H.A.R.D. Board of Directors Louis M. Andrade | Paul W. Hodges, Jr. | Minane Jameson | Carol A. Pereira | Dennis Waespi

Administrative Staff Rita Shue, General Manager | Kerrilyn Ely, Superintendent of Recreation | Dan Giammona, Golf Manager John Gouveia, Business Manager | Larry Lepore, Superintendent of Parks

Hayward Area Recreation and Park District

Summer 2012 Programs Art Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Birthday Parties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-42 Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42-43 Health and Fitness . . . . . . . . . 43-46 Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Martial Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-47 Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47-48 Special Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . 48-49 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Tennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50-51

Aquatics Swim Lessons . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-16 Water Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Golf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51

Table of Contents

Classes and Programs Adults (17 yrs +)

50 Special Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-30 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-31 Tennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Special Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-33 More programs offered for Teens in the Adult and School Age sections!

Theatre Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58

43 Nature Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center. . . . . . . . . 33-35 Sulphur Creek Nature Center. . 35-39

Preschool Age (up to 6 yrs) Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17, 19 Dance and Music . . . . . . . . . . . 19-20 Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Gymnastics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21 Martial Arts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Preschool Centers . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 Tennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-24

School Age (7-12 yrs) Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25 Dance and Music . . . . . . . . . . . 25-27 Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Gymnastics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Martial Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-29

General Information Contact Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Facility Directory . . . . . . 59, 62-66 Golf Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Kennedy Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Dog Parks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Facility Rentals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60-61

Special Events . . . . . 6, 67, back cover

Register for Summer Camps Now! Summer Camps pages 8-10!

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Seniors/Active Adults (50 yrs +). . . . . . . . . . . 52-57 Special Needs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Teens (13-17 yrs)

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Hayward Area Recreation and Park District

Program and Staff Contact Directory General Information

SUMMER 2012 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

Contact Directory

Phone Email/Website Customer Service........................................................................................(510) 881-6700 .......info@haywardrec.org Parks Department.......................................................................................(510) 881-6715 ........parkdept@haywardrec.org

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Program Information Aquatics/Swimming ..........................General Information ....................(510) 881-6703 .......geoc@haywardrec.org Art Programs.......................................General Information ....................(510) 881-6735 .......arts@haywardrec.org Adobe Art Gallery.........................(510) 881-6736 .......adobegallery@haywardrec.org www.adobegallery.org Ashland Community Center............General Information ....................(510) 881-6700 Douglas Morrisson Theatre.............General Information ....................(510) 881-6777........www.dmtonline.org Facility Rentals ...................................General Information ....................(510) 881-6700 Golf........................................................Mission Hills Golf Course ............(510) 888-0200.......golf@haywardrec.org Mission Hills Driving Range ........(510) 881-6730 Skywest Golf Course....................(510) 317-2316 Gymnastics ..........................................General Information ....................(510) 888-0118........gymnastics@haywardrec.org Matt Jimenez Community Center...General Information ....................(510) 887-0400.......mjcc@haywardrec.org Nature Programs................................Hayward Shoreline Interpretative Center....................(510) 670-7270 .......shoreline@haywardrec.org Sulphur Creek Nature Center.....(510) 881-6747........sulphurcreek@haywardrec.org Photography........................................PhotoCentral ................................(510) 881-6721........www.photocentral.org Pre-K .....................................................General Information ....................(510) 881-6700 Senior Centers ....................................Hayward Senior Center...............(510) 881-6766 .......hardsenior@haywardrec.org Kenneth C. Aitken Senior & Community Center...................(510) 881-6738 .......hardsenior@haywardrec.org Special Needs......................................Sorensdale Recreation Center....(510) 881-6778........sors@haywardrec.org Sports – Youth and Adults...............General Information ....................(510) 317-2314 Field Rental......................................................................www.haywardareasports.com Volunteer Hayward....................................................................................(510) 881-6700 .......volunteer@haywardrec.org

Recreation Coordinators Adrienne De Ponte ............................Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center.......................(510) 670-7270 .......depa@haywardrec.org Zachary Ebadi .....................................Interim Volunteer Coordinator...(510) 888-0102........ebaz@haywardrec.org Cody George .......................................Aquatics, Pre-K and Fitness.........(510) 888-0123........geoc@haywardrec.org Shelly Luchini......................................Special Needs................................(510) 881-6778........lucs@haywardrec.org Michael Maine ....................................Youth & Adult Sports & Tennis....(510) 888-0211........maim@haywardrec.org Mila Mishina .......................................Hayward Senior Center...............(510) 881-6766 .......mism@haywardrec.org Terry Sullivan......................................Theatre Arts...................................(510) 888-5750 .......sult@haywardrec.org Jen Tibbetts .........................................Kenneth Aitken Senior Center....(510) 881-6742 .......tibj@haywardrec.org Wendy Winsted..................................Sulphur Creek Nature Center.....(510) 881-6747........winw@haywardrec.org Vicente Zuniga....................................Matt Jimenez Community Center.(510) 887-0400.......zunv@haywardrec.org

Recreation Supervisors Jean Clark ............................................Arts, Dance, Gymnastics, Music, Photography, Ashland Community Center .......(510) 888-0117........claj@haywardrec.org Nicole Espinoza Roa..........................Aquatics, Pre-K and Fitness.........(510) 881-6720 .......roan@haywardrec.org Daniela Keiffer....................................Volunteer Hayward, Seniors and Special Needs..........(510) 881-6768 .......keid@haywardrec.org Jennifer Koney....................................Nature, Special Interest, Theatre Arts, East Ave Camps.....(510) 670-1665 .......konj@haywardrec.org Noel Munivez......................................Youth & Adult Sports, Tennis, Matt Jimenez Community Center, Field Rentals ....................(510) 317-2303........munn@haywardrec.org Fidel Salvador-Mendez.....................Custodial Services ........................(510) 881-6753 .......salf@haywardrec.org

Administrative Recreation Superintendent .............Kerrilyn Ely ....................................(510) 881-6704 .......elyk@haywardrec.org Golf Manager ......................................Dan Giammona ............................(510) 317-2311.........giad@haywardrec.org Parks Superintendent .......................Larry Lepore..................................(510) 881-6715 ........lepl@haywardrec.org Business Manager..............................John Gouveia ................................(510) 881-6708 .......gouj@haywardrec.org General Manager ...............................Rita Bedoya Shue .........................(510) 881- 6710.......shur@haywardrec.org

Visit us online at www.haywardrec.org

BirthdayParties Looking for a fun way

to plan a birthday party? below for fun and easy birthday parties.

Birthday Parties at the Interpretive Center at Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center

4901 Breakwater Avenue, Hayward

E-Z-4-U Birthday Parties

at Matt Jimenez Community Center 28200 Ruus Road, Hayward

Let us host your upcoming birthday party for you. E-Z-4-U Birthday Parties are simple, fast, and easy! You supply the details and the guests; we take care of the rest. Make your child’s birthday a unique, fun, and memorable event and let us help. Parties are designed for up to 30 guests and require a one month advance booking with a $50 non-refundable deposit. For more information call (510) 887-0400, ext. 103 or email mjcc@haywardrec.org. A Basic Birthday Bash ($200) includes: seating for 30 guests, decorations (balloons, streamers, and table cloths), 3 hours of games and activities including: Playstation 3, Xbox, Xbox 360, pool table, Wii, board games, and music in a supervised game room. An Extreme Birthday Bash ($325) includes: all of the features above PLUS… we’ll bring the food and cake! The party will be stocked with eight (8) large one-topping pizzas, a case of soda, and the birthday cake.

at Sulphur Creek Nature Center 1801 D Street, Hayward

Sulphur Creek Nature Center is a great place for a birthday party. The party includes a customized one-hour presentation designed to suit your needs. Choose from a variety of activities, including a presentation of live animals, puppet shows, games, crafts, and a nature hike. A room or picnic site will be reserved for an additional two hours for you to serve refreshments and do your own activities. Or, we can bring the party to you in your classroom or home. Fee: Residents $153, Non-residents $191.25. Additional Option: Face Painting, $50 for the first hour. Call Christine at (510) 881-6747 for details. Reservations are recommended at least eight weeks in advance.

Birthday Bashes at the Pools

Hayward Plunge, Arroyo, Castro Valley or Sunset During our Public Swim Hours (1:30pm-3:00pm) at any of our swim centers, you can have a party at the pool! We provide lifeguards, table and chairs, and the pool. Parties are for children ages 8 years and older. Fee: $80 for 12 children and 2 adults. Also, the Swim Centers are available for private rentals, for more information, please inquire at the pool or call (510) 881-6703.

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A birthday party at the Interpretive Center means fun times and good memories for all. We have a large indoor facility with plenty of activities and 8 miles of trails to make your child’s birthday a true adventure. Each presentation is one hour long and can be modified to suit your needs. Plus the party room will be reserved for you furnished with tables and chairs for an additional two hours. Call us for more details, (510) 670-7270. Fee: Residents $153, Non-residents $191.25.

“Wild Things” Birthday Parties

Birthday Parties

Check out the options listed

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| Special Events – Summer 2012 | Hayward Area Recreation and Park District and the City of Hayward Present

Movies on the Plaza Special Events

Fridays – All movies start at 8:15pm

Hayward City Hall Plaza, 777 B Street, Hayward Join us for some FREE family fun! Bring the entire family, low-back, small chairs and/or blankets, flashlights (keep them low!) and enjoy the following feature films. Snacks and refreshments are available for purchase. May 18 Happy Feet 2 (PG) June 22 Kung Fu Panda 2 (PG) July 27 The Muppets (PG) August 24 The Smurfs (PG) September 28 Lorax (PG) Sponsored by Greater Hayward Area Recreation and Park District Foundation. Hayward Municipal Band presents

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Summer Concerts in the Park!

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Sundays, June 17-July 22, 2:30pm Tony Morelli Bandstand in Memorial Park 24176 Mission Blvd. (behind the Hayward Plunge) Join the Hayward Municipal Band as the great American tradition continues this summer. Bring your family, friends and picnic lunch to Memorial Park to relax, listen and enjoy Classical, Popular, Big Band, Jazz, Musicals, Latin and more! Band plays under the direction of Kathy Morelli Maier. Produced in cooperation between H.A.R.D. and the City of Hayward.

Ice Cream Social Thursday, July 12, 1:30pm-3:00pm – $1.50 Kenneth C. Aitken Senior and Community Center 17800 Redwood Road, Castro Valley Beat the heat and enjoy some ice cream with your friends and family at the KASCC Ice Cream Social! All ages are welcome. The event features fabulous 50’s music and decorations! Please bring exact change.

Heritage and Diversity Festival and Potluck Friday, July 20, 1:00pm Hayward Area Senior Center 22325 North Third Street, Hayward This is an opportunity to share our rich culture, delicious food, music, dance and other activities with the community. Come and enjoy a wonderful variety of dishes from all around the world! Also delight in a variety of performances. Bring a dish to share and let’s celebrate your heritage and diversity!

Root Beer and Coke Float Social Thursday, August 2, 1:30pm-3:00pm – $1.50 Kenneth C. Aitken Senior and Community Center 17800 Redwood Road, Castro Valley Enjoy a fabulous Root Beer or Coke Float with friends and family at the KASCC Root Beer and Coke Float Social! All ages are welcome. The event features a Nintendo Wii Bowl-off as well! Please bring exact change.

Hot Summer Dinner and Dance Friday, August 3, 5:30pm-10:00pm – $15/person Hayward Area Senior Center 22325 North Third Street Hayward Come for an evening filled with delicious food, friends, and fun. Entertainment is provided by the “Richard Herman Band.” Dinner by Chef Arlington includes salad, a main entreé, vegetables, dessert and coffee or tea.

Flight to Freedom Saturday, August 25 A fundraising event benefiting the wildlife education and rehabilitation programs of Sulphur Creek Nature Center. See the back cover of this guide for details!

9th Annual 10K on the Bay Sunday, August 26 Proceeds received will benefit the Interpretive Center’s wetland education programs. The course is USA Track and Field Certified. See the back cover of this guide for details!

| Art Galleries | 35th Area Annual Juried Exhibit

Adobe Art Gallery

Spring at the Adobe: The Garden May 23-June 30, 2012 Artists Reception: Saturday, June 2, 1:00pm-3:00pm This event is free, and open to the public. Entries are due May 12, 2012 at the Gallery. This exhibit is open to all community artists, 18 years of age and older. Entry information and forms are at the Adobe Art Center or at www.adobegallery.org.

PhotoCentral Art Gallery 1099 “E” Street, Hayward (510) 881-6721 | photocentral@haywardrec.org www.photocentral.org PhotoCentral Art Gallery Hours: Monday, 5:00pm-10:00pm Tuesday and Thursday, 10:00am-1:00pm Saturday, 12:00pm-3:00pm or by appointment

The Golden Gate at 75

July 28-September 9, 2012 Reception: Saturday, July 28, 1:00pm-3:00pm This event is free, and open to the public. You have an “eye” and now you have a cell phone camera. You might even have an “app” that give your cell phone photo that special look. Here’s your chance to exhibit it. Electronic entries due June 2, 2012. This is an open juried exhibit. See www.adobegallery.org for entry information.

May 25-August 31, 2012 Opening Reception: Saturday, June 9, 1:00pm-3:00pm An exhibition of Historic images of the construction of the Golden Gate Bridge printed from the original large camera negatives. Also featured will be contemporary pictures of the bridge by PhotoCentral workshop participants.

Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center 4901 Breakwater Avenue, Hayward On Exhibit in the Salt Marsh Exhibit Gallery

Emerging Patterns: Sea to Sky Artists Dylan Welch and Boris Scherbakov June 9-September 9, 2012 Opening Reception: Saturday, June 9, 2:00pm-4:00pm Local artists Dylan Welch and Boris Scherbakov depict the beauty of the salt marsh landscape through drawings and other media. Both artists are world travelers with a vast expanse of experience. Join us for for refreshments at the opening reception on June 9.

Artist Workshops Field Sketching – Enjoy a morning on the Hayward shoreline learning how to tackle the challenge of an empty page with local artist and current exhibitor Dylan Welch. We’ll work on the skill of quick drawing using animals, plants and landscape as inspiration. Fee includes all materials. Sa

11:00am-12:30pm

Jun 30

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HSIC

Welch

$12

Field Drawing – Armed with some hot drawing tips from the Field Sketching class, you’ll have the chance to take on a composition inspired by the Hayward shoreline environment. Using pen, ink and watercolor, you’ll gain a skill you can carry with you everywhere. Fee includes all materials. 17970 12 yr +

Sa

1:00pm-2:30pm

Jul 21

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Welch

$12

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Emerging Artform: The Cell Phone Photograph

17968 12 yr +

Art Galleries

October 13-December 1, 2012 Entries Due at the Gallery: September 21, 2012 Artists Reception and Awards Presentation: Saturday, October 13, 1:00pm-3:00pm This event is free, and open to the public. Attention Bay Area Artists! This is a juried exhibit, with cash awards. See www.adobegallery.org for entry information and forms.

20395 San Miguel Avenue, Castro Valley (510) 881-6735 | adobegallery@haywardrec.org www.adobegallery.org Adobe Art Gallery Hours (during exhibits): Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 11:00am-3:00pm and by appointment

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So much to do, so close to home

Summer Camps! Summer Camps

Register now!

This is an outline of the exciting summer camps offered for 2012. See camp details in the Summer Camp Guide and online at www.haywardrec.org.

Art Camps • • • Art Camp with Miss Kris Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 17105 5-13 yr Art/Miss Kris Jun 18-Jun 22 Adobe $200 Monday-Friday, 3:00pm-6:00pm 17106 5-13 yr Art/Miss Kris Jun 18-Jun 22 Adobe $100

SUMMER 2012 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

Art Camp at Adobe

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Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 17107 8-12 yr Art at Adobe Jul 16-Jul 20 17108 6-10 yr Art at Adobe Jul 23-Jul 27 *$25 supply fee due at first class.

Jazzy Craft Camp Adobe $200* Adobe $200*

Young Rembrandts’ Art Workshops Monday-Friday, 9:45am-11:15am 17114 4-6 yr Eric Carle Art Jun 18-Jun 22 17113 4-6 yr Eric Carle Art Aug 13-Aug 17 *12 supply fee due at first class. Monday-Wednesday, 11:30am-1:00pm 17117 7-12 yr Animal Draw Jun 18-Jun 20 17116 7-12 yr Animal Draw Aug 13-Aug 15 *$10 supply fee due at first class. Monday-Thursday, 11:30am-1:00pm 17110 5-7 yr Jr. Monster Jul 23-Jul 27 *$15 supply fee due at first class. Monday-Thursday, 1:30pm-3:30pm 17115 7-12 yr Under Sea Art Jul 23-Jul 27 *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Lego Flix SFCC $120* SFCC $120* SFCC $105* SFCC $105*

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 18176 7-13 yr IncrediFlix Aug 6-Aug 10 SFCC $200* *$30 material fee due at first class.

Dance Camps • • • DanceCo Dance Camp

SFCC $120*

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:30pm 17104 3-14 yr Dance Jul 9-Jul 13

SFCC $125*

Day Camps • • •

DanceCo $175

Get Up and Out Camp

Jewelry Making Camp

SFCC

$190

Session 1 – Monday-Friday, 7:30am-12:30pm (no camp 7/4) 16983 6-12 yr Get Up & Out Jun 18-Jul 6 CVCC $165 16984 6-12 yr Get Up & Out Jun 18-Jul 6 SLCC $165 16985 6-12 yr Get Up & Out Jun 18-Jul 6 ACC $165 Session 2 – Monday-Friday, 7:30am-12:30pm 16988 6-12 yr Get Up & Out Jul 9-Aug 3 CVCC $235 16987 6-12 yr Get Up & Out Jul 9-Aug 3 SLCC $235 16986 6-12 yr Get Up & Out Jul 9-Aug 3 ACC $235

SFCC

$190

Teen Summer Zone

SFCC

$190

SFCC

$190

SFCC

$190

SFCC

$190

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 17120 6-14 yr Jewelry Jun 25-Jun 29 Adobe $190* 17121 6-14 yr Jewelry Aug 6-Aug 10 Adobe $190* *$50 supply fee due at first class.

Freshi Film Camp Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 17124 5-7 yr Animate Any Jul 9-Jul 13 Monday-Friday, 1:00pm-4:00pm 17123 8-12 yr Amaze Anime Jul 9-Jul 13 Monday-Friday, 1:00pm-4:00pm 17125 8-12 yr Digital Game Jul 16-Jul 20 Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 17126 6-10 yr Digital Game Jul 30-Aug 3 Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 17127 8-12 yr Digital Film Jul 16-Jul 20 Monday-Friday, 1:00pm-4:00pm 17128 8-12 yr Digital Film Jul 30-Aug 3

Monday-Friday, 10:00am-3:00pm 18173 6-15 yr Jun 25-Jun 29 Jazzy Crafts Art Studio $200* 18174 6-15 yr Aug 20-Aug 24 Jazzy Crafts Art Studio $200* *$40 material fee due at first class.

Session 1 – Monday-Friday, 12:30pm-5:00pm (no camp 7/4) 16989 13-18 yr Teen Zone Jun 18-Jul 6 CVCC $50 16990 13-18 yr Teen Zone Jun 18-Jul 6 SLCC $50 16991 13-18 yr Teen Zone Jun 18-Jul 6 SGCC $50 Session 2 – Monday-Friday, 12:30pm-5:00pm 16992 13-18 yr Teen Zone Jul 9-Aug 3 CVCC $70 16993 13-18 yr Teen Zone Jul 9-Aug 3 SLCC $70 16994 13-18 yr Teen Zone Jul 9-Aug 3 SGCC $70

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

MJCC Summer Fun Camp Monday-Friday, 12:00pm-6:00pm 16771 6-7 yr Summer Fun Jun 18-Aug 24 16772 8-9 yr Summer Fun Jun 18-Aug 24 16773 10-12 yr Summer Fun Jun 18-Aug 24 16774 13-17 yr Summer Fun Jun 18-Aug 24

Vida Nueva Leadership Camp MJCC MJCC MJCC MJCC

$50 $50 $50 $50

MJCC Early Bird Camp

$359 $399 $399 $399

Go Recreate Day Camp $135 $235 $165

East Avenue Camp

Camp forms are available at www.haywardrec.org.

Camp Tenderfoot EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP

$169 $169 $169 $169 $169 $169 $169

Camp Potowatomi

Tenderfoot and Potowatomi Extended Care Must be registered for Camp Tenderfoot or Potowatomi to sign up for extended care. AM care includes Thursdays (7:30am3:15pm) for Potowatomi. Monday-Friday, 7:30am-9:00am 16468 5-12 yr AM Extended Jun 25-Jun 29 EAP $30 16469 5-12 yr AM Extended Jul 9-Jul 13 EAP $30 16470 5-12 yr AM Extended Jul 16-Jul 20 EAP $30 16471 5-12 yr AM Extended Jul 23-Jul 27 EAP $30 16472 5-12 yr AM Extended Jul 30-Aug 3 EAP $30 16473 5-12 yr AM Extended Aug 6-Aug 10 EAP $30 16474 5-12 yr AM Extended Aug 13-Aug 17 EAP $30 Monday-Friday, 3:00pm-5:30pm 16479 5-12 yr PM Extended Jun 25-Jun 29 EAP $50 16480 5-12 yr PM Extended Jul 9-Jul 13 EAP $50 16481 5-12 yr PM Extended Jul 16-Jul 20 EAP $50 16482 5-12 yr PM Extended Jul 23-Jul 27 EAP $50 16483 5-12 yr PM Extended Jul 30-Aug 3 EAP $50 16484 5-12 yr PM Extended Aug 6-Aug 10 EAP $50 16485 5-12 yr PM Extended Aug 13-Aug 17 EAP $50

Nature Camps • • • Arts in Nature Camp Monday-Friday, 9:30am-1:30pm 16782 6-11 yr Arts in Nature Jul 23-Jul 27

HSIC

$174

HSIC

$127

HSIC HSIC

$164 $164

HSIC HSIC HSIC HSIC

$172 $172 $172 $172

Monday-Friday, 9:30am-4:00pm 16811 6-11 yr Early Bird Jun 11-Jun 15 HSIC

$225

Bay Camp Monday-Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm 16805 3-5yr Bay Shrimps Jul 16-Jul 20 Monday-Friday, 9:30am-1:30pm 16807 5-6 yr Shorecrabs Jul 30-Aug 3 16808 5-6 yr Shorecrabs Aug 13-Aug 17 Monday-Friday, 9:30am-2:30pm 16803 7-8 yr Sandpipers Jun 25-Jun 29 16806 7-8 yr Sandpipers Jul 23-Jul 27 16804 8-11yr Marsh Hawks Jul 9-Jul 13 16809 8-11yr Marsh Hawks Aug 6-Aug 10

Early Bird Camp at HSIC Summer Fishing Camp Monday-Friday, 9:30am-1:30pm 16565 6-9 yr Fishing Jul 16-Jul 20 HSIC 16566 10-13 yr Fishing Jul 30-Aug 3 HSIC 16567 10-13 yr Fishing Aug 13-Aug 17 HSIC Camps continued on next page.

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$164 $164 $164

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Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:15pm* 16443 9-12 yr Potowatomi Jun 25-Jun 29 EAP $189 16444 9-12 yr Potowatomi Jul 9-Jul 13 EAP $189 16445 9-12 yr Potowatomi Jul 16-Jul 20 EAP $189 16446 9-12 yr Potowatomi Jul 23-Jul 27 EAP $189 16447 9-12 yr Potowatomi Jul 30-Aug 3 EAP $189 16448 9-12 yr Potowatomi Aug 6-Aug 10 EAP $189 16449 9-12 yr Potowatomi Aug 13-Aug 17 EAP $189 *On Thursdays, Camp Potowatomi starts at 3:15pm and runs until Friday 3:15pm.

Session 1 – Monday-Friday, 12:30pm-5:00pm 16955 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 18-Jun 29 ACC $30 16956 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 18-Jun 29 SLCC $30 16957 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 18-Jun 29 SGCC $30 16958 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 18-Jun 29 CVCC $30 16959 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 18-Jun 29 SFCC $30 16960 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 18-Jun 29 CANP $30 16979 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 18-Jun 29 Adobe $30 Session 2 – Monday-Friday, 12:30pm-5:00pm (no camp 7/4) 16961 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 2-Jul 6 ACC $12 16962 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 2-Jul 6 SLCC $12 16963 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 2-Jul 6 SGCC $12 16964 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 2-Jul 6 CVCC $12 16965 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 2-Jul 6 SFCC $12 16966 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 2-Jul 6 CANP $12 16980 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 2-Jul 6 Adobe $12 Session 3 – Monday-Friday, 12:30pm-5:00pm 16967 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 9-Jul 20 ACC $30 16968 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 9-Jul 20 SLCC $30 16969 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 9-Jul 20 SGCC $30 16970 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 9-Jul 20 CVCC $30 16971 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 9-Jul 20 SFCC $30 16972 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 9-Jul 20 CANP $30 16981 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 9-Jul 20 Adobe $30 Session 4 – Monday-Friday, 12:30pm-5:00pm 16973 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 23-Aug 3 ACC $30 16974 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 23-Aug 3 SLCC $30 16975 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 23-Aug 3 SGCC $30 16976 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 23-Aug 3 CVCC $30 16977 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 23-Aug 3 SFCC $30 16978 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 23-Aug 3 CANP $30 16982 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 23-Aug 3 Adobe $30

Summer Camps

Monday-Friday, 7:30am-12:00pm 16775 6-17 yr Early Bird Jun 18-Jul 6 MJCC 16776 6-17 yr Early Bird Jul 9-Aug 3 MJCC 16777 6-17 yr Early Bird Aug 6-Aug 24 MJCC

Monday-Friday, 8:45am-3:00pm 16395 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Jun 25-Jun 29 16396 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Jul 9-Jul 13 16397 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Jul 16-Jul 20 16398 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Jul 23-Jul 27 16399 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Jul 30-Aug 3 16400 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Aug 6-Aug 10 16401 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Aug 13-Aug 17

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm (no camp 7/4) 16464 11-14 yr Vida Nueva Jun 25-Jul 6 EAP 16465 11-14 yr Vida Nueva Jul 9-Jul 20 EAP 16466 11-14 yr Vida Nueva Jul 23-Aug 3 EAP 16467 11-14 yr Vida Nueva Aug 6-Aug 17 EAP

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Special Interest Camps • • • Chinese Immersion Camp Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 17520 5-14 yr Jun 25-Jun 29 SFCC

$250

Summer Camps

Story Writing Camp Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 18146 6-11 yr Jun 25-Jun 29 SFCC

AWESOMEngineering Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 17259 6-12 yr Jul 2-Jul 6 Monday-Friday, 1:00pm-4:00pm 17260 6-12 yr Jul 2-Jul 6

Teens in Marshes Leadership Camp Monday-Friday, 10:00am-3:00pm 16810 12-15 yr Teen Marsh Aug 6-Aug 10 HSIC

$172

Kids & Critter Care – Wildlife Basics 101 Monday-Thursday, 9:30am-2:30pm 16877 2nd-5th gr Critter Care Jul 16-Jul 19 SCNC 16878 2nd-5th gr Critter Care Aug 13-Aug 16 SCNC 16879 2nd-5th gr Critter Care Aug 20-Aug 23 SCNC

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Monday-Friday, 9:30am-11:30am 16870 3½-5 yr Polliwogs Jun 25-Jun 29 16872 3½-5 yr Polliwogs Jul 16-Jul 20 16888 3½-5 yr Polliwogs Aug 13-Aug 17 Monday-Friday, 1:00pm-3:00pm 16871 3½-5 yr Polliwogs Jun 25-Jun 29 Monday-Friday, 9:30am-2:30pm 16873 K-1st gr Weasels Jul 9-Jul 13 16874 K-1st gr Weasels Jul 23-Jul 27 16875 K-1st gr Weasels Aug 6-Aug 10 Monday-Friday, 9:30am-2:30pm 16876 2nd-3rd gr Barn Owls Jul 30-Aug 3

SCNC SCNC SCNC

$90 $90 $90

SCNC

$90

SCNC SCNC SCNC

$179 $179 $179

SCNC

$179

Sports Camps • • • Junior Summer Golf Camp Monday-Friday, 9:00am-1:00pm 16146 7-17 yr Jr. Golf Jun 25-Jun 29 MHDR $200 16147 7-17 yr Jr. Golf Jul 16-Jul 20 MHDR $200 16148 7-17 yr Jr. Golf Aug 6-Aug 10 MHDR $200

Skyhawks Sports Camps Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 17229 6-12 yr Basketball Jun 25-Jun 29 STONE Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm (no camp 7/4) 17235 4-7 yr Mini-Hawk Jul 2-Jul 6 STONE 17239 4-7 yr Mini-Hawk Jul 23-Jul 27 CVCC 17232 4-7 yr Mini-Hawk Jul 30-Aug 3 STONE Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 17236 6-12 yr Multi-Sport Jul 2-Jul 6 STONE 17240 6-12 yr Multi-Sport Jul 23-Jul 27 CVCC Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 17231 7-12 yr Volleyball Jul 23-Jul 27 Sunset Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 17241 6-12 yr Soccer Jul 30-Aug 3 STONE

$149 $95 $119 $119 $119 $149

Monday-Friday, 10:00am-12:00pm 17205 8-12 yr Scuba Camp Jul 9-Jul 13 *$80 supply fee due at first class meeting.

SFCC

$112

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm (no camp 7/4) 17030 11-14 yr Shock ‘Em Jun 18-Jun 22 Plunge 17031 11-14 yr Watch Water Jun 25-Jun 29 Plunge 17032 11-14 yr Breaks Oh My! Jul 2-Jul 6 Plunge 17033 11-14 yr Just Breathe Jul 9-Jul 13 Plunge 17034 11-14 yr Shock ‘Em Jul 16-Jul 20 Plunge 17035 11-14 yr Watch Water Jul 23-Jul 27 Plunge 17036 11-14 yr Breaks Oh My! Jul 30-Aug 3 Plunge 17037 11-14 yr Just Breathe Aug 6-Aug 10 Plunge

$180 $180 $144 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

Swim/Tennis Camp Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm (no camp 7/4) 17001 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jun 18-Jun 22 Plunge 17002 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jun 25-Jun 29 Plunge 17003 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jul 2-Jul 6 Plunge 17004 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jul 9-Jul 13 Plunge 17005 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jul 16-Jul 20 Plunge 17019 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jul 23-Jul 27 Plunge 17016 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jul 30-Aug 3 Plunge 17017 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Aug 6-Aug 11 Plunge Saturday, 9:30am-3:30pm 17006 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jun 23-Aug 11 Plunge

$180 $180 $144 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $252

Swim/Tennis Camp Extended Care Monday-Friday, 8:00am-9:30am, 3:30pm-5:30pm 17007 8-11 yr Extended AM/PM Jun 18-Jun 22 Plunge 17008 8-11 yr Extended AM/PM Jun 25-Jun 29 Plunge 17009 8-11 yr Extended AM/PM Jul 2-Jul 6 Plunge 17010 8-11 yr Extended AM/PM Jul 9-Jul 13 Plunge 17011 8-11 yr Extended AM/PM Jul 16-Jul 20 Plunge 17013 8-11 yr Extended AM/PM Jul 23-Jul 27 Plunge 17015 8-11 yr Extended AM/PM Jul 30-Aug 3 Plunge 17018 8-11 yr Extended AM/PM Aug 6-Aug 11 Plunge

Theatre Camps • • •

$149

Stage Kids

$145 $145 $145

Plunge $100*

Junior Lifeguard Camp

Monday-Friday, 10:00am-2:00pm 16372 7-10 yr Jul 9-Jul 13 Shoptaw CVTC CVTC CVTC

$112

Swim Camps • • •

$119

Tennis Day Camps Monday-Friday, 10:00am-12:30pm 17496 10-17 yr Tennis Jul 9-Jul 13 17497 10-17 yr Tennis Jul 16-Jul 20 17498 10-17 yr Tennis Jul 23-Jul 27

SFCC

Seal Team Scuba Camp $159 $159 $159

Wildlife Camp at Sulphur Creek

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$200

DMT

$45 $45 $36 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45

$145

Young Performers Workshop Monday-Friday, 10:00am-2:00pm 16373 11-15 yr Jul 16-Jul 27 Shoptaw

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

DMT

$290

| Aquatics |

Aquatics • • • Check out our exciting Summer Camps on pages 8-10! • • • Indoor Swim Center Hayward Plunge 24176 Mission Blvd., Hayward (510) 881-6703

Outdoor Swim Centers

Splash Parks Open from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day, Monday-Sunday, 10:00am-6:00pm Castro Valley Splash Park Cannery Splash Park 18988 Lake Chabot Road, Castro Valley 125 “B” Street, Hayward

Aquatics Summer 2012 Session Dates SESSION 1 SESSION 2 SESSION 3 SESSION 4

WEEKDAYS (M-Th) SATURDAYS June 18-June 28 Jun 23-Aug 11 July 2-July 12* July 16-July 26 Jul 30-Aug 9 *No class on July 4.

SUNDAYS Jun 24-Aug 12

Aquatics General Information Aquatics Online Registration – Visit www.haywardrec.org to register online. There is a transaction fee of $2 per registration online. Resident online registration begins May 2, 2012. Non-Residents online and walk-in registration begins May 9, 2012. Non-residents pay an additional $10 per class, per session. Class Information – All swim classes are 30 minutes long. Instructional classes are taught by Certified Water Safety Instructors or aides. Make-ups are not offered for missed classes. Register Now – Classes fill quickly, so register for multiple sessions if you want ongoing swimming. Withdrawal Policy – Withdrawals will be processed five (5) working days prior to the first class meeting and will incur a $5 service charge per class/program. Additional charges will be assessed after the first class meeting. A full refund will only be given for any class/program cancelled by the District. Inclement Weather – All classes will meet unless there is lightning or thunder. In the case of inclement weather and low attendance Swim Centers will close for public swim on an as needed basis. Group Reservations – Private groups may reserve the Hayward Plunge or an outdoor swim center for their use by calling (510) 881-6703. Pool Accommodation For Those With Special Needs – The Hayward Plunge is equipped with a pool lift, locker room, shower and access ramp for those with special needs to enjoy the facility. For information please call (510) 881-6720.

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Please note: Outdoor Swim Centers open June 18, 2012. Please call (510) 881-6703 prior to June 18. Arroyo Swim Center Castro Valley Swim Center Sunset Swim Center 15701 Lorenzo Avenue Redwood Road and Mabel Avenue 410 Laurel Street San Lorenzo Castro Valley Hayward (510) 317-2306 (510) 881-6780 (510) 888-0126

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| Drop-In Programs – Summer Season | June 18-August 12, 2012

Aquatics

Lap Swim/ Water Walking (Ages 13 yrs +)

Public Swimming (All Ages)

Lap Swim and Water Walking. Lanes may be limited during certain times due to other programs. Fee: $4 or a swim pass $52.50 (15 swims) senior pass $39 (15 swims) Castro Valley Swim Center Monday-Thursday, and Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12:30pm-1:30pm Hayward Plunge Monday-Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6:00am-8:30am 11:30am-1:15pm Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . .5:00pm-7:00pm Saturday and Sunday . . . . . . . . .6:00am-9:30am

All groups who wish to come during regular scheduled public swim times must be approved by the Aquatics Office in advance. Please ask any pool for the required paperwork. (Examples: Child Care Centers, Day Camps, School Groups, etc.). All children 7 years and under must be accompanied by an adult in the water at all times. Fee: $2 (Same lower fees for Public Swim during these tough economic times) All Swim Centers Monday-Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . .1:30pm-3:30pm

Water Polo (13 yrs +)

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Castro Valley Swim Center Fee: $4 per person drop-in Thursdays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:15pm-8:30pm Come and join us for drop in water polo. We have the nets and balls, just bring you swim suit and come play with us! Participants must be able to swim 25 yards and tread water for long periods of time.

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Junior Lifeguard Camp

Come join the Junior Lifeguard Camp, designed to introduce basic skills and prepare potential lifeguards to meet the prerequisites of the American Red Cross Lifeguard course. The camp is broken up into four 1-week sessions with a new topic each week, which includes: Shock ‘Em, Watch the Water, Breaks, Bruises and Broken Bones, Oh My!, and Just Breathe. Participants must be able to swim Coordinated Crawlstroke continuously for 50 yards. Students will have the opportunity to purchase an American Red Cross certification in each skill that they successfully complete (additional fee required). See page 10 for dates and times.

| Instructional Swim Classes | Parent Tot Swimming (Ages 12-35 months) Adult/student – An adult must accompany each tot into the pool. Course is designed to develop in young children a comfort level in and around the water. Arroyo Monday/Wednesday 15832 Jun 18-Jun 27 15833 Jul 2-Jul 11 15834 Jul 16-Jul 25 15835 Jul 30-Aug 8 Saturday 15836 Jun 23-Aug 11

Castro Valley

Monday/Wednesday 15837 Jun 18-Jun 27 15838 Jul 2-Jul 11 15839 Jul 16-Jul 25 15840 Jul 30-Aug 8 Tuesday/Thursday 15841 Jun 19-Jun 28 15842 Jul 3-Jul 12 15843 Jul 17-Jul 26 15844 Jul 31-Aug 9

Hayward Plunge 5:05pm-5:35pm 5:05pm-5:35pm 5:05pm-5:35pm 5:05pm-5:35pm

$25 $19 $25 $25

11:40am-12:10pm

$51

5:55pm-6:25pm 5:55pm-6:25pm 5:55pm-6:25pm 5:55pm-6:25pm

$25 $19 $25 $25

5:55pm-6:25pm 5:55pm-6:25pm 5:55pm-6:25pm 5:55pm-6:25pm

$25 $25 $25 $25

Monday-Thursday 15845 Jun 18-Jun 28 15849 Jun 18-Jun 28 15846 Jul 2-Jul 12 15850 Jul 2-Jul 12 15847 Jul 16-Jul 26 15851 Jul 16-Jul 26 15848 Jul 30-Aug 9 15852 Jul 30-Aug 9 Monday/Wednesday 15853 Jun 18-Jun 27 15854 Jul 2-Jul 11 15855 Jul 16-Jul 25 15856 Jul 30-Aug 8 Saturday 15857 Jun 23-Aug 11 15858 Jun 23-Aug 11

8:50am-9:20am 10:10am-10:40am 8:50am-9:20am 10:10am-10:40am 8:50am-9:20am 10:10am-10:40am 8:50am-9:20am 10:10am-10:40am

$51 $51 $45 $45 $51 $51 $51 $51

6:00pm-6:30pm 6:00pm-6:30pm 6:00pm-6:30pm 6:00pm-6:30pm

$25 $19 $25 $25

10:15am-10:45am 11:35am-12:05pm

$51 $51

Tiny Tot (Ages 3-5 yrs) Course is designed to develop in young children a comfort level in and around the water and a readiness to swim. This course does not teach children to be accomplished swimmers or to survive in the water. Maximum of 4 students per instructor. Arroyo

Hayward Plunge

Castro Valley

$55 $48 $55 $55

5:05pm-5:35pm 6:15pm-6:45pm 5:05pm-5:35pm 6:15pm-6:45pm 5:05pm-5:35pm 6:15pm-6:45pm 5:05pm-5:35pm 6:15pm-6:45pm

$27 $27 $20 $20 $27 $27 $27 $27

5:05pm-5:35pm 5:05pm-5:35pm 5:05pm-5:35pm 5:05pm-5:35pm

$27 $27 $27 $27

11:40am-12:10pm

$55

10:50am-11:20am 12:00pm-12:30pm 10:50am-11:20am 12:00pm-12:30pm 10:50am-11:20am 12:00pm-12:30pm 10:50am-11:20am 12:00pm-12:30pm

$55 $55 $48 $48 $55 $55 $55 $55

5:55pm-6:25pm 5:55pm-6:25pm 5:55pm-6:25pm 5:55pm-6:25pm

$27 $20 $27 $27

5:55pm-6:25pm 6:30pm-7:00pm 5:55pm-6:25pm 6:30pm-7:00pm 5:55pm-6:25pm 6:30pm-7:00pm 5:55pm-6:25pm 6:30pm-7:00pm

$27 $27 $27 $27 $27 $27 $27 $27

Monday-Thursday 15925 Jun 18-Jun 28 15914 Jun 18-Jun 28 15908 Jul 2-Jul 12 15911 Jul 2-Jul 12 15923 Jul 16-Jul 26 15915 Jul 16-Jul 26 15907 Jul 30-Aug 9 15916 Jul 30-Aug 9 Monday/Wednesday 15917 Jun 18-Jun 27 15920 Jun 18-Jun 27 15912 Jul 2-Jul 11 15913 Jul 2-Jul 11 15918 Jul 16-Jul 25 19521 Jul 16-Jul 25 15919 Jul 30-Aug 8 15922 Jul 30-Aug 8 Saturday 15909 Jun 23-Aug 11 15910 Jun 23-Aug 11

Sunset

Monday-Thursday 15929 Jun 18-Jun 28 15930 Jul 2-Jul 12 15931 Jul 16-Jul 26 15932 Jul 30-Aug 9 Monday/Wednesday 15933 Jun 18-Jun 27 15934 Jul 2-Jul 11 15935 Jul 16-Jul 25 15936 Jul 30-Aug 8 Tuesday/Thursday 15937 Jun 19-Jun 28 15938 Jul 3-Jul 12 15939 Jul 17-Jul 26 15940 Jul 31-Aug 9 Saturday 15941 Jun 23-Aug 11

8:50am-9:20am 10:10am-10:40am 8:50am-9:20am 10:10am-10:40am 8:50am-9:20am 10:10am-10:40am 8:50am-9:20am 10:10am-10:40am

$55 $55 $48 $48 $55 $55 $55 $55

6:00pm-6:30pm 6:40pm-7:10pm 6:00pm-6:30pm 6:40pm-7:10pm 6:00pm-6:30pm 6:40pm-7:10pm 6:00pm-6:30pm 6:40pm-7:10pm

$27 $27 $20 $20 $27 $27 $27 $27

10:15am-10:45am 11:35am-12:05pm

$55 $55

11:40am-12:10pm 11:40am-12:10pm 11:40am-12:10pm 11:40am-12:10pm

$55 $48 $55 $55

4:55pm-5:25pm 4:55pm-5:25pm 4:55pm-5:25pm 4:55pm-5:25pm

$27 $20 $27 $27

4:55pm-5:25pm 4:55pm-5:25pm 4:55pm-5:25pm 4:55pm-5:25pm

$27 $27 $27 $27

11:35am-12:05pm

$55

Semi Private Lessons – All Levels (Ages 6-13 yrs) A 30-minute lesson designed for students needing more individual attention. Maximum of 4 students per instructor. Castro Valley Monday/Wednesday 16027 Jun 18-Jun 27 16028 Jul 2-Jul 11 16029 Jul 16-Jul 25 16030 Jul 30-Aug 8 Tuesday/Thursday 16031 Jun 19-Jun 28 16032 Jul 3-Jul 12 16033 Jul 17-Jul 26 16034 Jul 31-Aug 9

Hayward Plunge 6:30pm-7:00pm 6:30pm-7:00pm 6:30pm-7:00pm 6:30pm-7:00pm

$48 $36 $48 $48

6:30pm-7:00pm 6:30pm-7:00pm 6:30pm-7:00pm 6:30pm-7:00pm

$48 $48 $48 $48

Monday-Thursday 16035 Jun 18-Jun 28 10:50am-11:20am 16036 Jul 2-Jul 12 10:50am-11:20am 16037 Jul 16-Jul 26 10:50am-11:20am 16038 Jul 30-Aug 9 10:50am-11:20am Monday/Wednesday 16039 Jun 18-Jun 27 8:00pm-8:30pm 16040 Jul 2-Jul 11 8:00pm-8:30pm 16041 Jul 16-Jul 25 8:00pm-8:30pm 16042 Jul 30-Aug 8 8:00pm-8:30pm Saturday 16043 Jun 23-Aug 11 12:15pm-12:45pm

$96 $84 $96 $96 $48 $36 $48 $48 $96

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Monday-Thursday 15887 Jun 18-Jun 28 15891 Jun 18-Jun 28 15888 Jul 2-Jul 12 15892 Jul 2-Jul 12 15889 Jul 16-Jul 26 15893 Jul 16-Jul 26 15890 Jul 30-Aug 9 15894 Jul 30-Aug 9 Monday/Wednesday 15895 Jun 18-Jun 27 15896 Jul 2-Jul 11 15897 Jul 16-Jul 25 15898 Jul 30-Aug 8 Tuesday/Thursday 15899 Jun 19-Jun 28 15903 Jun 19-Jun 28 15900 Jul 3-Jul 12 15904 Jul 3-Jul 12 15901 Jul 17-Jul 26 15905 Jul 17-Jul 26 15902 Jul 31-Aug 9 15906 Jul 31-Aug 9

11:55am-12:25pm 11:55am-12:25pm 11:55am-12:25pm 11:55am-12:25pm

Aquatics

Monday/Wednesday 15868 Jun 18-Jun 28 15869 Jul 2-Jul 12 15870 Jul 16-Jul 26 15871 Jul 30-Aug 9 Monday/Wednesday 15872 Jun 18-Jun 27 15876 Jun 18-Jun 27 15873 Jul 2-Jul 11 15877 Jul 2-Jul 11 15874 Jul 16-Jul 25 15878 Jul 16-Jul 25 15875 Jul 30-Aug 8 15879 Jul 30-Aug 8 Tuesday/Thursday 15880 Jun 19-Jun 28 15881 Jul 3-Jul 12 15882 Jul 17-Jul 26 15883 Jul 31-Aug 9 Saturday 15884 Jun 23-Aug 11

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Learn to Swim – All Levels (Ages 6-13 yrs) Beginning Levels 1 and 3 focus on a child’s basic development from floating to crawlstroke and backstroke. Levels 4 and 5, crawlstroke with rhythmic breathing, elementary backstroke, and the introduction to breaststroke are the main focuses. Advanced Level 6 is designed to fine tune a child’s stroke and introduce swimmers to the competitive atmosphere.

Aquatics

Arroyo Monday-Thursday 15942 Jun 18-Jun 28 15943 Jul 2-Jul 12 15944 Jul 16-Jul 26 15945 Jul 30-Aug 9 Monday/Wednesday 15946 Jun 18-Jun 27 15947 Jul 2-Jul 11 15948 Jul 16-Jul 25 15949 Jul 30-Aug 8 Tuesday/Thursday 15950 Jun 19-Jun 28 15954 Jun 19-Jun 28 15951 Jul 3-Jul 12 15955 Jul 3-Jul 12 15952 Jul 17-Jul 26 15956 Jul 17-Jul 26 15953 Jul 31-Aug 9 15957 Jul 31-Aug 9 Saturday 15958 Jun 23-Aug 11 15959 Jun 23-Aug 11

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Castro Valley

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Monday-Thursday 15968 Jun 18-Jun 28 15972 Jun 18-Jun 28 15969 Jul 2-Jul 12 15973 Jul 2-Jul 12 15970 Jul 16-Jul 26 15974 Jul 16-Jul 26 15971 Jul 30-Aug 9 15975 Jul 30-Aug 9 Monday/Wednesday 15960 Jun 18-Jun 27 15961 Jul 2-Jul 11 15962 Jul 16-Jul 25 15963 Jul 30-Aug 8 Tuesday/Thursday 15964 Jun 19-Jun 28 15965 Jul 3-Jul 12 15966 Jul 17-Jul 26 15967 Jul 31-Aug 9

Hayward Plunge

Monday-Thursday 15976 Jun 18-Jun 28 15977 Jul 2-Jul 12 15978 Jul 16-Jul 26 15979 Jul 30-Aug 9

12:30pm-1:00pm 12:30pm-1:00pm 12:30pm-1:00pm 12:30pm-1:00pm

$45 $39 $45 $45

5:40pm-6:10pm 5:40pm-6:10pm 5:40pm-6:10pm 5:40pm-6:10pm

$23 $17 $23 $23

5:05pm-5:35pm 5:40pm-6:10pm 5:05pm-5:35pm 5:40pm-6:10pm 5:05pm-5:35pm 5:40pm-6:10pm 5:05pm-5:35pm 5:40pm-6:10pm

$23 $23 $23 $23 $23 $23 $23 $23

11:05am-11:35am 12:15pm-12:45pm

$45 $45

10:15am-10:45am 11:25am-11:55am 10:15am-10:45am 11:25am-11:55am 10:15am-10:45am 11:25am-11:55am 10:15am-10:45am 11:25am-11:55am

$45 $45 $39 $39 $45 $45 $45 $45

5:20pm-5:50pm 5:20pm-5:50pm 5:20pm-5:50pm 5:20pm-5:50pm

$23 $17 $23 $23

5:20pm-5:50pm 5:20pm-5:50pm 5:20pm-5:50pm 5:20pm-5:50pm

$23 $23 $23 $23

9:35am-10:05am 9:35am-10:05am 9:35am-10:05am 9:35am-10:05am

$45 $39 $45 $45

Monday/Wednesday 15980 Jun 18-Jun 27 15981 Jul 2-Jul 11 15982 Jul 16-Jul 25 15983 Jul 30-Aug 8 Saturday 15985 Jun 23-Aug 11 15984 Jun 23-Aug 11

Sunset

Monday-Thursday 15986 Jun 18-Jun 28 15987 Jul 2-Jul 12 15988 Jul 16-Jul 26 15989 Jul 30-Aug 9 Monday/Wednesday 15990 Jun 18-Jun 27 15994 Jun 18-Jun 27 15998 Jun 18-Jun 27 15991 Jul 2-Jul 11 15995 Jul 2-Jul 11 15999 Jul 2-Jul 11 15992 Jul 16-Jul 25 15996 Jul 16-Jul 25 16000 Jul 16-Jul 25 15993 Jul 30-Aug 8 15997 Jul 30-Aug 8 16001 Jul 30-Aug 8 Tuesday/Thursday 16002 Jun 19-Jun 28 16006 Jun 19-Jun 28 16003 Jul 3-Jul 12 16007 Jul 3-Jul 12 16004 Jul 17-Jul 26 16008 Jul 17-Jul 26 16005 Jul 31-Aug 9 16009 Jul 31-Aug 9 Saturday 16010 Jun 23-Aug 11

7:20pm-7:50pm 7:20pm-7:50pm 7:20pm-7:50pm 7:20pm-7:50pm

$23 $17 $23 $23

9:35am-10:05am 10:55am-11:25am

$45 $45

12:15pm-12:45pm 12:15pm-12:45pm 12:15pm-12:45pm 12:15pm-12:45pm

$45 $39 $45 $45

4:20pm-4:50pm 4:55pm-5:25pm 5:30pm-6:00pm 4:20pm-4:50pm 4:55pm-5:25pm 5:30pm-6:00pm 4:20pm-4:50pm 4:55pm-5:25pm 5:30pm-6:00pm 4:20pm-4:50pm 4:55pm-5:25pm 5:30pm-6:00pm

$23 $23 $23 $17 $17 $17 $23 $23 $23 $23 $23 $23

4:20pm-4:50pm 4:55pm-5:25pm 4:20pm-4:50pm 4:55pm-5:25pm 4:20pm-4:50pm 4:55pm-5:25pm 4:20pm-4:50pm 4:55pm-5:25pm

$23 $23 $23 $23 $23 $23 $23 $23

12:15pm-12:45pm

$45

Competitive Swimming (Ages 6 yrs +) Prerequisites: Intermediate (Level 5) and/or ability to perform 80 yards of coordinated crawl stroke, backstroke, and breaststroke. Teaches racing dives, turns, butterfly, crawl stroke, back stroke, and breast stroke in a competitive swim environment. A swim test will be given the first day of class. Hayward Plunge Monday-Thursday 16044 Jun 18-Jun 28 16045 Jul 2-Jul 12 16046 Jul 16-Jul 26 16047 Jul 30-Aug 9

10:10am-10:55am 10:10am-10:55am 10:10am-10:55am 10:10am-10:55am

$55 $48 $55 $55

Monday/Wednesday 16048 Jun 18-Jun 27 16049 Jul 2-Jul 11 16050 Jul 16-Jul 25 16051 Jul 30-Aug 8

6:25pm-7:10pm 6:25pm-7:10pm 6:25pm-7:10pm 6:25pm-7:10pm

$27 $20 $27 $27

Aquatics Private Lesson (Ages 6 yrs +) Individualized instruction will be available with a Certified Red Cross Instructor. Please call the Swim Center for further information. Hayward Plunge

Arroyo

Castro Valley

$105 $79 $105 $105

4:30pm-5:00pm 4:30pm-5:00pm 4:30pm-5:00pm 4:30pm-5:00pm

$105 $105 $105 $105

10:30am-11:00am

$211

10:50am-11:20am 12:00pm-12:30pm 10:50am-11:20am 12:00pm-12:30pm 10:50am-11:20am 12:00pm-12:30pm 10:50am-11:20am 12:00pm-12:30pm

$211 $211 $185 $185 $211 $211 $211 $211

4:45pm-5:15pm 4:45pm-5:15pm 4:45pm-5:15pm 4:45pm-5:15pm

$105 $79 $105 $105

4:45pm-5:15pm 4:45pm-5:15pm 4:45pm-5:15pm 4:45pm-5:15pm

$105 $105 $105 $105

Monday-Thursday 16138 Jun 18-Jun 28 16134 Jun 18-Jun 28 16139 Jul 2-Jul 12 16106 Jul 2-Jul 12 16140 Jul 16-Jul 26 16135 Jul 16-Jul 26 Jul 30-Aug 9 16141 16136 Jul 30-Aug 9 Monday/Wednesday 16125 Jun 18-Jun 27 16130 Jun 18-Jun 27 16109 Jun 18-Jun 27 16126 Jul 2-Jul 11 16131 Jul 2-Jul 11 16110 Jul 2-Jul 11 16127 Jul 16-Jul 25 16132 Jul 16-Jul 25 16111 Jul 16-Jul 25 16128 Jul 30-Aug 8 16133 Jul 30-Aug 8 16112 Jul 30-Aug 8 Tuesday/Thursday 16119 Jun 19-Jun 28 16107 Jun 19-Jun 28 16113 Jun 19-Jun 28 16120 Jul 3-Jul 12 16123 Jul 3-Jul 12 16114 Jul 3-Jul 12 16121 Jul 17-Jul 26 16124 Jul 17-Jul 26 16115 Jul 17-Jul 26 16122 Jul 31-Aug 9 16108 Jul 31-Aug 9 16116 Jul 31-Aug 9 Saturday 16137 Jun 23-Aug 11 16129 Jun 23-Aug 11 Sunday 16117 Jun 24-Aug 12 16118 Jun 24-Aug 12

8:10am-8:40am 8:50am-9:20am 8:10am-8:40am 8:50am-9:20am 8:10am-8:40am 8:50am-9:20am 8:10am-8:40am 8:50am-9:20am

$211 $211 $185 $185 $211 $211 $211 $211

4:10pm-4:40pm 4:45pm-5:15pm 5:20pm-5:50pm 4:10pm-4:40pm 4:45pm-5:15pm 5:20pm-5:50pm 4:10pm-4:40pm 4:45pm-5:15pm 5:20pm-5:50pm 4:10pm-4:40pm 4:45pm-5:15pm 5:20pm-5:50pm

$105 $105 $105 $79 $79 $79 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105

4:10pm-4:40pm 4:45pm-5:15pm 5:20pm-5:50pm 4:10pm-4:40pm 4:45pm-5:15pm 5:20pm-5:50pm 4:10pm-4:40pm 4:45pm-5:15pm 5:20pm-5:50pm 4:10pm-4:40pm 4:45pm-5:15pm 5:20pm-5:50pm

$105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105

9:00am-9:30am 9:35am-10:05am

$211 $211

9:35am-10:05am 10:15am-10:45am

$211 $211

Adult/Teen Learn To Swim – All Levels (Ages 14 yrs +) Adult/Teen lessons are offered for all skill levels, very beginner to advanced. Course emphasis is on improvement and endurance. Arroyo Tuesday/Thursday 16054 Jun 19-Jun 28 16055 Jul 3-Jul 12 16056 Jul 17-Jul 26 16057 Jul 31-Aug 9 Saturday 16058 Jun 23-Aug 11

Castro Valley

Monday/Wednesday 16059 Jun 18-Jun 27 16060 Jul 2-Jul 11 16061 Jul 16-Jul 25 16062 Jul 30-Aug 8

Hayward Plunge 6:15pm-6:45pm 6:15pm-6:45pm 6:15pm-6:45pm 6:15pm-6:45pm

$30 $30 $30 $30

11:40am–12:10pm

$60

5:55pm-6:25pm 5:55pm-6:25pm 5:55pm-6:25pm 5:55pm-6:25pm

$30 $23 $30 $30

Monday-Thursday 16068 Jun 18-Jun 28 16069 Jul 2-Jul 12 16070 Jul 16-Jul 26 16071 Jul 30-Aug 9 Monday/Wednesday 16063 Jun 18-Jun 27 16064 Jul 2-Jul 11 16065 Jul 16-Jul 25 16066 Jul 30-Aug 8 Saturday 16067 Jun 23-Aug 11

Sunset Saturday 16142

Jun 23-Aug 11

8:10am-8:40am 8:10am-8:40am 8:10am-8:40am 8:10am-8:40am

$60 $53 $60 $60

8:00pm-8:30pm 8:00pm-8:30pm 8:00pm-8:30pm 8:00pm-8:30pm

$30 $23 $30 $30

11:35am–12:05pm

$60

11:35am–12:05pm

$60

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Monday-Thursday 16089 Jun 18-Jun 28 16093 Jun 18-Jun 28 16090 Jul 2-Jul 12 16094 Jul 2-Jul 12 16091 Jul 16-Jul 26 16095 Jul 16-Jul 26 16092 Jul 30-Aug 9 16096 Jul 30-Aug 9 Monday/Wednesday 16097 Jun 18-Jun 27 16098 Jul 2-Jul 11 16099 Jul 16-Jul 25 16100 Jul 30-Aug 8 Tuesday/Thursday 16101 Jun 19-Jun 28 16102 Jul 3-Jul 12 16103 Jul 17-Jul 26 16104 Jul 31-Aug 9

4:30pm-5:00pm 4:30pm-5:00pm 4:30pm-5:00pm 4:30pm-5:00pm

Aquatics

Monday/Wednesday 16079 Jun 18-Jun 27 16080 Jul 2-Jul 11 16081 Jul 16-Jul 25 16082 Jul 30-Aug 8 Tuesday/Thursday 16083 Jun 19-Jun 28 Jul 3-Jul 12 16084 16085 Jul 17-Jul 26 16086 Jul 31-Aug 9 Saturday 16087 Jun 23-Aug 11

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Aquatics

Summer Swim Team Season Fee: $175 per child $135 each additional immediate family member June 18-August 14, 2012 Prerequisites: Ages 5-17 years, Advanced Beginner Card (Level 4), and/or ability to swim 50 yards coordinated crawl stroke. The workouts will consist of daily one-hour practices, Monday through Thursday. Participants will compete against other swim teams at meets scheduled on designated Saturdays during the summer. For more information, call the Aquatics Office at (510) 881-6703. Swim Team Practice Schedule

2012 Swim Meet Schedule

18118 Arroyo Swim Team M-Th 6:30pm-8:30pm ASC 18119 Castro Valley Swim Team M-Th 7:00am-9:00am CVSC 18120 Sunset Swim Team M-Th 10:10am-11:10am SSC

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

Jul 7 Jul 14 Jul 21 Jul 28 Aug 4

9:00am-1:00pm 9:00am-1:00pm 9:00am-1:00pm 4:00pm-7:00pm 9:00am-1:00pm

ASC vs CV @ CVSC SSC vs ASC @ CVSC CV vs SSC @ CVSC Fun Meet @ CVSC Dist. Champ. @ CVSC

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| Water Fitness at the Plunge |

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Classes listed below have the option for registration or for a drop in fee of $10 per class. Fitness passes $75 for any 10 water fitness classes are also available for purchase. Senior rates also available; register at pool only for discount. Classes are open to men and women 16 years and older. Non-swimmers welcome except in Deep Water classes. Minimum of 8 students per class is required and there is a maximum of 25 students per class, this is on a first come, first served for non-registered students, space permitting. Pool is a multi-use facility, as a result program area may change based on program needs. All classes are one hour. Equipment is provided.

Aqua-Robix (Ages 16 yrs+) Moderate paced shallow water exercise class featuring aerobics and toning in an invigorating workout. Hayward Plunge Monday/Wednesday/Friday 15859 Jun 18-Jul 6 8:30am-9:30am 15860 Jul 9-Jul 27 8:30am-9:30am 15861 Jul 30-Aug 17 8:30am-9:30am

$52 $59 $59

Fit Club (Ages 16 yrs+) Shallow water class designed to improve joint movement and mobility and reduce pain and stiffness. Temperature of the pool is 82 degrees. Please call 881-6703 for more information. Tuesday/Thursday 17047 Jun 19-Jul 5 17048 Jul 10-Jul 26 17049 Jul 31-Aug 16

4:00pm-5:00pm 4:00pm-5:00pm 4:00pm-5:00pm

$39 $39 $39

N 2 Deep Water (Ages 16 yrs+) Deep water aerobic and toning class in a resistive yet nonimpact environment. Flotation provided. Must be comfortable in deep water. Monday/Wednesday 17069 Jun 18-Jul 2 8:00pm-9:00pm $33 17070 Jul 9-Jul 25 8:00pm-9:00pm $39 17071 Jul 30-Aug 15 8:00pm-9:00pm $39 Tuesday/Thursday 17073 Jun 19-Jul 5 6:30pm-7:30pm $39 17074 Jul 10-Jul 26 6:30pm-7:30pm $39 17075 Jul 31-Aug 16 6:30pm-7:30pm $39

Guts and Butts Deep Water (Ages 16 yrs+) Deep Water conditioning class designed to increase endurance, strength and tone. Flotation provided. Must be comfortable in deep water. Saturday 17051

Jun 23-Aug 18

9:30am-10:30am

$52

H2O Flow (Ages 16 yrs+) Easy-paced shallow water exercise class focusing on endurance and improved joint flexibility in a relaxed environment. Monday/Wednesday/Friday 17052 Jun 18-Jul 6 10:15am-11:15am 17053 Jul 9-Jul 27 10:15am-11:15am 17054 Jul 30-Aug 17 10:15am-11:15am

$52 $59 $59

Move It and Lose It (Ages 16 yrs+) Fast-paced shallow water exercise class focusing on cardio and strength in a challenging water gym. Monday/Wednesday 17065 Jun 18-Jul 2 17066 Jul 9-Jul 25 17067 Jul 30-Aug 15 Tuesday/Thursday 17056 Jun 19-Jul 5 17060 Jun 19-Jul 5 17057 Jul 10-Jul 26 17061 Jul 10-Jul 26 17058 Jul 31-Aug 16 17062 Jul 31-Aug 16 Saturday 17064 Jun 23-Aug 18

8:00pm-9:00pm 8:00pm-9:00pm 8:00pm-9:00pm

$33 $39 $39

6:00pm-7:00pm 7:15pm-8:15pm 6:00pm-7:00pm 7:15pm-8:15pm 6:00pm-7:00pm 7:15pm-8:15pm

$39 $39 $39 $39 $39 $39

8:15am-9:15am

$52

| Preschool Age | Ages Up to 6 Years

Preschool Age – Art

• • • Check out our exciting Summer Camps on pages 8-10! • • • | Art | Partners In Creativity This is a fun, stimulating, self-directed class designed to encourage both you and your child’s creativity. Explore and experiment using various materials and tools with playdough, painting, collage and other exciting things. Please wear clothes that can get messy and bring a box to take your art home in. Aug 2-Aug 23 Aug 3-Aug 24

4 4

Adobe Adobe

Egan Egan

$40* $40*

Art of All Kinds Give your child the opportunity to explore and experiment in different art media such as playdough, collage sculpture, paint and drawing in this self-directed art class. Parent participation is optional. Please wear clothes that can get messy and bring a box to take your art home in. 17739 3-6 yr F 11:00am-12:00pm 17740 6-10 yr F 12:30pm-1:30pm *$12 supply fee due at first class.

Aug 3-Aug 24 Aug 3-Aug 24

4 4

Adobe Adobe

Egan Egan

$40* $40*

Drawing, Painting and Collage I Learn to express yourself while using various mediums such as paint, pastels, felt pens and various types of paper. Exercises are designed to explore the elements of art such as line, shape and color in both two and three dimensions. 17906 5-7 yr Th 4:00pm-5:00pm *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Jun 21-Aug 2

7

Adobe

McGough

$65*

Little Architects This hands-on, fun, creative class teaches young students to use their eyes, hands, ideas and art tools to build forms, shapes and structures with a mix of materials including wood, foam, cardboard, sugar cubes, toothpicks and fabric. The studio is about learning visually and technically. No class 8/7. 17769 5-8 yr T 9:00am-10:30am *$30 material fee due at first class.

Jul 3-Aug 28

8

Adobe

McPherson

$110*

Young Rembrandt’s Eric Carle Art Workshop Each day, we will read a different Eric Carle book then draw a lesson incorporating one aspect of the book we just enjoyed reading together. Create drawings of caterpillars, ladybugs, crabs and more. 17114 4-6 yr M-F 9:45am-11:15am 17113 4-6 yr M-F 9:45am-11:15am *$12 supply fee due at first class.

Jun 18-Jun 22 Aug 13-Aug 17

5 5

SFCC SFCC

YR Staff YR Staff

$120* $120*

Young Rembrandt’s Jr. Monster Cartoon Workshop You are going to love these inventive, original and playful monsters! Learn to draw wild faces, exaggerated features and scary bodies. The “monster under the bed” the “closet monster” and many more will appear along with a multitude of original characters. 17110 5-7 yr M-F 11:00am-1:00pm *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Jul 23-Jul 27

5

SFCC

YR Staff

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$120*

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17727 2½-6 yr Th 9:30am-10:30am 17720 2½-6 yr F 9:30am-10:30am *$12 supply fee due at first class.

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Preschool Age – Pre-K/Preschools

|  Pre-K Programs |

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Toddler and Me Parent and child attend their first preschool class together and are introduced to the preschool schedule. The class encourages your child to be creative with art projects and includes an interactive playtime. Parents enjoy being with their child as they experience circle times, movement and art as well as time to play outside on the playground and have a snack. San Lorenzo Community Center, 1970 Via Buena Vista Instructor: Ms. Sue Mc Garry

Toddler and Me – Ages 2-3 yrs 17907 T/Th 12:30pm-2:00pm Jun 26-Aug 16

16 $144

|  Preschool Programs | Pre-K-Learn and Play These specialized preschool programs are activity-oriented programs that foster social, physical, and intellectual development as well as promote health and wellness through quality recreational and educational experiences. Your child will develop both basic social, developmental, and educational skills in an ideal environment for them to learn and grow. The learning curriculum focuses on language, socialization, creativity, art, music, imagination, life skills, and motor skills. Prerequisites: Child must have reached minimum age by first day of class and must be toilet trained. Parent Responsibilities: Each parent or guardian is required to assist two or three times during the session and will be asked to provide a snack or drinks.

Pre-K Programs – Ages 3-5 yrs Castro Valley

Hayward

Kenneth Aitken Community Center, 17800 Redwood Road Instructor: Ms. Lorrie McCoin 17912 M/W 8:30am-11:30am Jun 18-Jul 25 11 $154 17914 T/Th 8:30am-11:30am Jun 19-Jul 26 12 $168

Southgate Community Center, 26780 Chiplay Ms. Eileen Luna 17915 M/W 9:00am-12:00pm Jun 25-Aug 15 17916 T/Th 9:00am-12:00pm Jun 26-Aug 16 Weekes Community Center, 27182 Patrick Instructor: Ms. Barbara Haysom 17917 M/W 9:00am-12:00pm Jun 25-Aug 15 17918 T/Th 9:00am-12:00pm Jun 26-Aug 16

San Lorenzo San Lorenzo Community Center, 1970 Via Buena Vista Instructor: Ms. Sue Mc Garry 17919 M/W 9:00am-12:00pm Jun 25-Aug 15 15 $210 17920 T/Th 9:00am-12:00pm Jun 26-Aug 16 16 $224

15 $210 16 $224 15 $210 16 $224

Pre-K Programs – Ages: 3½-5 yrs Castro Valley

Hayward

Castro Valley Community Center, 18988 Lake Chabot Road Instructor: Ms. Karen Crane 17909 M/W* 9:00am-12:00pm Jul 2-Aug 15 13 $182 17911 T/Th 9:00am-12:00pm Jul 3-Aug 16 14 $196 *Monday/Wednesday curriculum repeats on Tuesday/Thursday

Fairview Hills Preschool, 2841 Romagnolo Avenue, Hayward Instructor: Ms. Mary Feria 17945 T/W/Th 8:30am-11:30am Jul 3-Jul 26 $230 17946 T/W/Th 8:30am-11:30am Jul 31-Aug 23 $230

Clay Program

17900 5-17 yr Sa 9:00am-10:30am *$12 supply fee per person due at first class.

Jun 23-Jul 28

6

Adobe

LaTorre

$105/$78 sibling*

|  Dance and Music | Music Together Presented by Early Start Music. Bringing Harmony Home.® The whole family can attend featuring songs from all nine song collections. This internationally recognized early childhood music program strongly emphasizes and facilitates adult involvement. Everyone participates at their own level singing, moving and exploring musical instruments. Babies 8 months and younger and children over 7 years may participate free with their registered sibling. Material fee includes two CDs and a fully illustrated songbook. Visit www.earlystartmusic.com for more information. We offer two make-up classes each quarter. 9:30am-10:15am 10:30am-11:15am 4:30pm-5:15pm 10:00am-10:45am 9:30am-10:15am 10:30am-11:15am 9:30am-10:15am 10:30am-11:15am 11:30am-12:15pm 9:30am-10:15am 10:30am-11:15am

Jul 10-Aug 14 Jun 26-Jul 31 Jul 12-Aug 16 Jul 13-Aug 17 Jul 14-Aug 18 Jul 14-Aug 18 Jul 8-Aug 12 Jul 8-Aug 12 Jul 8-Aug 12 Jul 9-Aug 13 Jul 9-Aug 13

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

CFD CFD KASCC SFCC KASCC KASCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff

$90/$60 sibling* $90/$60 sibling* $90/$60 sibling* $90/$60 sibling* $90/$60 sibling* $90/$60 sibling* $90/$60 sibling* $90/$60 sibling* $90/$60 sibling* $90/$60 sibling* $90/$60 sibling*

Music & Rhythm Enjoy high energy play-time with music and a variety of rhythmic equipment. This program is designed to enhance basic motor skills and introduce students to the classroom environment. Parent and/or caregivers interaction required. Siblings cannot be accommodated in classroom. 17568 2-3 yr 17569 2-3 yr

T F

10:00am-10:40am 10:00am-10:40am

Jun 26-Aug 28 Jun 29-Aug 31

10 10

CVCC CVCC

Primmer Primmer

$93 $93

Boogie With Your Baby You and your baby will “boogie” to you favorite nursery songs. Hop, jump, and dance with scarves, beanbags, parachutes and more. We encourage imagination, creativity and fun for everyone. One parent per child; parent participation required. No class 7/2. 18139 6 mo-2½ yr

M

10:00am-10:45am

Jun 18-Aug 13

8

CVPA-2

Staff

$73

Twist and Shout Tot This class encourages creativity and imagination as children and parents twist and shout to some of their favorite preschool songs. Students explore dance and movement through use of bean bags, scarves, balls, parachutes and more. This class is designed to enhance basic motor skills and introduce students to a classroom environment. One parent per child; parent participation required. No class 7/2. 18140 2½-4 yr

M

11:00am-11:45am

Jun 18-Aug 13

8

CVPA-2

Staff

$73

Hip Hop Do you want to dance like your favorite Hip-Hop stars? Join us as we learn the fun street-style dance made popular by music videos. Classes help the dancer loosen up, gain rhythm and control isolated movements. All music and movement is age-appropriate. Have serious fun while learning all the latest moves. 17591 4-6 yr 17595 4-7 yr 17597 4-7 yr

Tu Sa M

4:45pm-5:30pm 9:45am-10:30am 4:30pm-5:15pm

Jul 10-Aug 28 Jul 7-Aug 25 Jun 18-Aug 13

8 8 8

SFCC SFCC CVCC

CVPA Staff CVPA Staff CVPA Staff

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$70 $68 $70

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117775 1 mo-6 yr T 17774 1 mo-6 yr T 17776 1 mo-6 yr Th 17777 1 mo-6 yr F 17780 1 mo-6 yr Sa 17779 1 mo-6 yr Sa 17781 1 mo-6 yr Su 17782 1 mo-6 yr Su 17783 1 mo-6 yr Su 17771 1 mo-6 yr M 17772 1 mo-6 yr M *$40 lab fee due at first class

Preschool Age – Art/Dance/Music

A safe and fun studio environment for children to develop hand skills and learn to trust their own artistic judgment while making expressive pottery or sculpture. Younger children start by hand building, progressing to the potter’s wheel by age nine. Parent/Child classes give you a chance to share in your child’s talent. Fees include glazes and firing. Parent/Child Hand and Wheel

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Preschool Age – Dance/Fitness/Gymnastics

Beginning Jazz Jazz is attitude. Jazz is fierce. This exciting class teaches jazz technique, rhythm and stage presence. Combine all you learn into a routine to show your family and friends at the end of the session. 18142 5-7 yr

T

5:00pm-5:55pm

Jun 19-Aug 7

8

WPCC

Freitas

$70

Pre Dance Classes These classes are for dancers with no experience. Lean musical patterns, creative dance and basic dance skills. Simple exercises will be used to increase coordination and flexibility. Acro classes introduce basics for rolls, handstands and cartwheels. Combo classes combine elements of ballet and tap. No class 7/4. Pre Ballet and Acro 17570 17578 17576 17577

3-5 yr 3-5 yr 3-5 yr 3-5 yr

T W Sa Sa

11:15am-11:40am 10:30am-10:55am 9:30am-9:55am 10:15am-10:40am

Jun 26-Aug 28 Jun 27-Aug 29 Jun 23-Aug 25 Jun 23-Aug 25

10 9 10 10

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Primmer Primmer Primmer Primmer

$55 $45 $50 $50

17570 17573 17574 17579

3-6 yr 3-6 yr 3-5 yr 4-7 yr

T W Sa Sa

5:30pm-6:15pm 4:00pm-4:45pm 9:00am-9:45am 10:30am-11:15am

Jul 10-Aug 28 Jul 11-Aug 29 Jul 7-Aug 25 Jul 7-Aug 25

8 8 8 8

SFCC SFCC SFCC SFCC

CVPA Staff CVPA Staff CVPA Staff CVPA Staff

$70 $70 $68 $68

17572 3-5 yr 17580 3-5 yr 17575 3-5 yr

W W F

11:15am-12:10pm 3:45pm-4:40pm 11:15am-12:10pm

Jun 27-Aug 29 Jun 27-Aug 29 Jun 29-Aug 31

9 9 10

CVCC CVCC CVCC

Primmer Primmer Primmer

$86 $86 $95

Pre Ballet and Tap

Pre Combo and Acro

Combination and Acrobatic Dance We begin with the basic elements of ballet, tap and acrobatic dance including handstands, rolls and cartwheels. Advanced classes add floor routines. Advanced students must have 3 years of dance experience and are teacher placement only. 17582 4-6 yr 17581 4-6 yr

Sa F

10:45am-11:10am 5:45pm-6:25pm

Jun 23-Aug 25 Jun 29-Aug 31

10 10

CVCC CVCC

Primmer Primmer

$50 $80

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Jazz and Tap

20

A combination of tap technique and jazz basics with an emphasis on age appropriate teaching methods and routines. No class 5/28. 18167 4-6 yr

M

4:15pm-5:00pm

Jun 25-Aug 13

8

Dance Co

Feder

$64

|  Fitness | Yoga Tot A playful and non-competitive opportunity for toddlers to enjoy a fun blend of asana (poses), music, games, sharing, breath work, and relaxation. Great for strengthening muscles, improving balance, increasing selfconfidence, and learning ways to calm and center the mind. No experience or skill necessary. Come to play, share, and learn! Please bring a yoga mat. 18090 3-5 yr 18091 3-5 yr

Th Th

4:00pm-4:30pm 4:00pm-4:30pm

Jun 14-Jul 19 Jul 26-Aug 23

5 4

KASCC KASCC

Green Green

$26 $21

|  Gymnastics | Tot and Me Movement Gymnastics This class is non-stop action. We will guide you and your toddler on a circuit of bars, beam and floor exercises on both scaled down and regular size gymnastics equipment in a fast-paced, exciting environment. Skills differ each week and toddlers can experience at their own pace. Class starts with directed circle time. Help your child improve coordination and balance, develop body awareness and most of all, have FUN! One adult per child. Siblings cannot be accommodated. Session 1 17864 17865 17866 17867

2-3½ yr 2-3½ yr 2-3½ yr 2-3½ yr

M Th F Sa

11:30am-12:00pm 9:30am-10:00am 11:45am-12:15pm 9:50am-10:20am

Jun 18-Jul 16 Jun 21-Jul 19 Jun 22-Jul 20 Jun 23-Jul 21

4 4 4 4

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Staff Staff Staff Staff

$24 $24 $24 $24

17868 17869 17870 17871

2-3½ yr 2-3½ yr 2-3½ yr 2-3½ yr

M Th F Sa

11:30am-12:00pm 9:30am-10:00am 11:45am-12:15pm 9:50am-10:20am

Jul 23-Aug 13 Jul 26-Aug 16 Jul 27-Aug 17 Jul 28-Aug 18

4 4 4 4

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Staff Staff Staff Staff

$24 $24 $24 $24

Session 2

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

Small Fry Gymnastics

17852 17853 17854 17855 17856 17859

1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr

M M W W Sa Sa

9:15am-9:55am 6:25pm-7:05pm 9:30am-10:10am 11:45am-12:25pm 9:00am-9:40am 9:30am-10:00am

Jun 18-Jul 16 Jun 18-Jul 16 Jun 20-Jul 18 Jun 20-Jul 18 Jun 23-Jul 21 Jun 23-Jul 21

4 4 4 4 4 4

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC SLCC

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$32 $32 $32 $32 $32 $24

17858 17860 17861 17862 17857 17863

1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr

M M W W Sa Sa

9:15am-9:55am 6:25pm-7:05pm 9:30am-10:10am 11:45am-12:25pm 9:00am-9:40am 9:30am-10:00am

Jul 23-Aug 13 Jul 23-Aug 13 Jul 25-Aug 15 Jul 25-Aug 15 Jul 28-Aug 18 Jul 28-Aug 18

4 4 4 4 4 4

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC SLCC

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$32 $32 $32 $32 $32 $24

Session 2

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3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 5-6 yr 5-6 yr

M M T T W Th F Sa Sa M M W F Sa Sa M F

10:05am-10:30am 5:00pm-5:25pm 9:30am-9:55am 10:05am-10:30am 10:20am-10:45am 10:05am-10:30am 11:10am-11:35am 10:30am-10:55am 10:10am-10:40am 10:40am-11:20am 5:35pm-6:15pm 10:55am-11:35am 10:20am-11:00am 10:50am-11:20am 11:05am-11:45am 7:15pm-7:55pm 9:30am-10:10am

Jun 18-Jul 16 Jun 18-Jul 16 Jun 19-Jul 17 Jun 19-Jul 17 Jun 20-Jul 18 Jun 21-Jul 19 Jun 22-Jul 20 Jun 23-Jul 21 Jun 23-Jul 21 Jun 18-Jul 16 Jun 18-Jul 16 Jun 20-Jul 18 Jun 22-Jul 20 Jun 23-Jul 21 Jun 23-Jul 21 Jun 18-Jul 16 Jun 22-Jul 20

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC SLCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC SLCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $32 $32 $32 $32 $24 $32 $32 $32

17844 17845 17849 17816 17846 17851 17818 17848 17847 17827 17828 17820 17831 17832 17830 17835 17823

3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 5-6 yr 5-6 yr

M M T T W Th F Sa Sa M M W Sa F Sa M F

10:05am-10:30am 5:00pm-5:25pm 9:30am-9:55am 10:05am-10:30am 10:20am-10:45am 10:05am-10:30am 11:10am-11:35am 10:10am-10:40am 10:30am-10:55am 10:40am-11:20am 5:35pm-6:15pm 10:55am-11:35am 10:50am-11:20am 10:20am-11:00am 11:05am-11:45am 7:15pm-7:55pm 9:30am-10:10am

Jul 23-Aug 13 Jul 23-Aug 13 Jul 24-Aug 14 Jul 24-Aug 14 Jul 25-Aug 15 Jul 26-Aug 16 Jul 27-Aug 17 Jul 28-Aug 18 Jul 28-Aug 18 Jul 23-Aug 13 Jul 23-Aug 13 Jul 25-Aug 15 Jul 28-Aug 18 Jul 27-Aug 17 Jul 28-Aug 18 Jul 23-Aug 13 Jul 27-Aug 17

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC SLCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC SLCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $32 $32 $32 $24 $32 $32 $32 $32

Session 2

Advanced – Continue to build on the basic skills. Prerequisite skills: gymnastics terminology, all rolls, teddybear, cartwheel and unassisted bars & high beam basics. Requires instructor’s approval to register. 17820 4-6 yr 17819 4-6 yr

T/Th T/Th

4:15pm-5:10pm 4:15pm-5:10pm

Jun 19-Jul 19 Jul 24-Aug 16

8 8

CVCC CVCC

Staff Staff

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$88 $88

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Beginning – Introduces boys and girls to tumbling and apparatus skills. We emphasize conditioning for strength, balance, and spatial awareness. Themes, music, and animal shapes help to motivate and foster cooperation, concentration, and social skills. Parents and siblings must wait outside the gym. Intermediate/Advanced – Continue to build on the basic skills. Prerequisite skills: gymnastics terminology, all rolls, teddybear, cartwheel and unassisted bars and high beam basics. Requires instructor’s approval to register. Session 1

Preschool Age – Gymnastics

Parents are requested to attend the first class for orientation. Please wear soft, comfortable clothing (T-shirt and shorts). No jeans or shoes allowed in the gym. Parents and siblings must wait outside the gym. Parent Assist – A 40 minute fun time for parent and toddlers to play, socialize and try new skills. Our experienced staff will show you the proper techniques to spot your child as you lead them through basic gymnastics activities. The last 10 minutes is structured warm up and circle time. One adult per child. Siblings cannot be accommodated. Session 1

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Preschool Age – Martial Arts/Sports

|  Martial Arts |

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Olympic Style Taekwondo Taekwondo is a Korean martial art that has evolved by combining many different styles such as the linear movements of Karate, the flowing, circular patterns of Kung-fu, native kicking techniques along with influences from Judo and Kung-fu. Your child will learn the values of confidence, friendship, self-awareness, respect and dedication in a fun, educational and motivating environment. Uniforms are available for purchase for $30. Tiny Dragons 17354 3-4 yr

W

4:00pm-4:30pm

Jun 20-Aug 29

10

SFCC

Staff

$100

17356 5-7 yr

W

4:35pm-5:15pm

Jun 20-Aug 29

10

SFCC

Staff

$100

Little Dragons

EAAB’s Fitness & Self Defense Youth Group self-defense lessons for all ages. This program is designed to improve your self-confidence and to accept and welcome new challenges in your personal and professional endeavors. Learn a multi cultural art of selfdefense focusing on promoting a healthier and safer lifestyle with the added benefit of being able to effectively protect yourself. The program includes body stretching (conditioning and breathing techniques); blocking; punching; and kicking in specific target areas; breaking away from grabs, falling, joint locking, throwing and grappling defense techniques and defense against weapon attacks. Note: Uniforms or safety equipment not included. 17445 17451 17452 17467 17468 17469 17470 17471

3-4 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr All ages All ages All ages All ages All ages

T Th F Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

2:45pm-3:30pm 2:45pm-3:30pm 2:45pm-3:30pm 11:00am-11:55am 12:00pm- 12:55pm 1:00pm-1:55pm 2:00pm-2:55pm 3:00pm-3:55pm

Jun 5-Aug 21 Jun 7-Aug 23 Jun 8-Aug 24 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs

E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan

$105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105

|  Sports | “Kidz Love Soccer” Rain-Out Hotline: 888-372-5803 (Call no sooner than 30 minutes before class time.) This soccer “school” is a recreational setting for children to learn and play the world’s most popular sport. Age appropriate activities include: skill demonstrations, fun games and instructional scrimmages. Young soccer enthusiasts experience the soccer fun in a safe, non-competitive environment, facilitated by a licensed professional in the “Kidz Love Soccer” method. Tot Soccer 17303 17304 17305 17306 17312

3½-4 yr 3½-4 yr 3½-4 yr 3½-4 yr 3½-4 yr

T T W W Sa

10:50am-11:20am 6:05pm-6:35pm 10:50am-11:20am 5:15pm-5:45pm 2:45pm-3:15pm

Jun 26-Aug 14 Jun 26-Aug 14 Jun 27-Aug 22 Jun 27-Aug 22 Jul 7-Aug 25

8 8 8 8 8

Kennedy Park Kennedy Park PALHP PALHP SSVP

KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff

$82 $82 $82 $82 $82

17299 17300 17301 17302 17310 17395

4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr

T T W W W Sa

10:15am-10:50am 5:30pm-6:05pm 10:15am-10:50am 3:10pm-3:45pm 5:45pm-6:20pm 3:15pm-3:50pm

Jun 26-Aug 14 Jun 26-Aug 14 Jun 27-Aug 22 Jun 27-Aug 22 Jun 27-Aug 22 Jul 7-Aug 25

8 8 8 8 8 8

Kennedy Park Kennedy Park PALHP PALHP PALHP SSVP

KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff

$82 $82 $82 $82 $82 $82

17307 5-6 yr 17308 5-6 yr 17309 5-6 yr

T W Sa

4:00pm-4:45pm 3:45pm-4:30pm 4:40pm-5:25pm

Jun 26-Aug 14 Jun 27-Aug 22 Jul 7-Aug 25

8 8 8

Kennedy Park PALHP SSVP

KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff

$82 $82 $82

Pre-Soccer

Soccer 1

Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer Introduce yourself and your toddler to the “World’s Most Popular Game!” As you and your child participate in our fun age appropriate activities, your child will be developing their large motor skills and socialization skills. A variety of activities designed around the game of soccer will be played each week. The fun happens on the field, and in Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer, you won’t have to watch from the sidelines! 17297 2-3½ yr 17298 2-3½ yr 17311 2-3½ yr

T W Sa

6:45pm-7:15pm 9:30am-10:00am 4:00pm-4:30pm

Jun 26-Aug 14 Jun 27-Aug 22 Jul 7-Aug 25

8 8 8

Kennedy Park PALHP SSVP

KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$82 $82 $82

Make Me a Pro Sports Classes Make Me a Pro Sports strives to instill a positive attitude within children that carries over to every aspect of their life. We offer fun and educational sports camps and classes that are taught by successful players and coaches who are specialists in each of the sports we offer. “To play like a Pro, learn from a Pro.” www.mmapsports.com. No class 7/4. Parents and Tots Soccer M-F M-F Sa

11:15am-12:00pm 11:15am-12:00pm 9:00am-9:30am

Jul 9-Jul 13 Jul 30-Aug 3 Jun 9-Aug 11

5 5 10

PALHP PALHP PALHP

Pro Sports Staff Pro Sports Staff Pro Sports Staff

$80 $80 $99

17323 4-5 yr 17436 4-5 yr 17321 4-5 yr

M-F M-F Sa

9:00am-11:00am 9:00am-11:00am 9:30am-10:15am

Jul 9-Jul 13 Jul 30-Aug 3 Jun 9-Aug 11

5 5 10

PALHP PALHP PALHP

Pro Sports Staff Pro Sports Staff Pro Sports Staff

$85 $85 $99

Pee Wee Soccer

Wee Hoop Wee Hoop focuses on fun and learning through the game of basketball. Infants and toddlers can participate in age specific games/activities that will build motor skills and self-esteem. A Wee Hoop basketball is required for class. The one time material fee for a basketball is $7 due to the instructor at the first class. Dribblers – This parent-child class focuses on gross motor skills like throwing and making baskets on a 2.5 foot hoop. It involves lots of repetition so that children can experience the sheer joy of mastering a skill. Activities include catching bubbles, parachute games, and singing. 17384 1½-3 yr 17385 1½-3 yr

Sa Sa

9:00am-9:35am 9:00am-9:35am

Jun 23-Jul 14 Jul 28-Aug 18

4 4

STONE STONE

Wee Hoop Staff Wee Hoop Staff

Preschool Age – Sports

17322 3-4 yr 17324 3-4 yr 17437 3-4 yr

$56 $56

Jump Shooter – This class helps children to develop physical feats such as balancing on one foot and hopping. It also introduces basketball skills based upon their increased coordination. At this level, parents are encouraged to take on a supportive role with lots of hi-fives and praise from the sideline. 17388 3-4 yr 17389 3-4 yr

Sa Sa

9:40am-10:25am 9:40am-10:25am

Jun 23-Jul 14 Jul 28-Aug 18

4 4

STONE STONE

Wee Hoop Staff Wee Hoop Staff

$56 $56

17390 4-5 yr 17391 4-5 yr

Sa Sa

10:30am-11:15am 10:30am-11:15am

Jun 23-Jul 14 Jul 28-Aug 18

4 4

STONE STONE

Wee Hoop Staff Wee Hoop Staff

$56 $56

Ballers – This class is for children with prior basketball experience. It will incorporate one on one drills, introduce team dynamics and include game play. Children must have a Wee Hoop basketball. 17386 5-6 yr 17387 5-6 yr

Sa Sa

11:20am-12:20pm 11:20am-12:20pm

Jun 23-Jul 14 Jul 28-Aug 18

4 4

STONE STONE

Wee Hoop Staff Wee Hoop Staff

$60 $60

Staff Staff

$70 $70

Below the Rim Basketball This basketball league, provided in partnership with YMCA, gives your child the opportunity to increase physical endurance and build confidence and self esteem through teamwork. Below are practice times with a corresponding class number. Please pick the class with the practice time that best fits your schedule. Games will be played on Saturdays. Games for ages 8-14 years will be played at Sunset and 5-7 years at YMCA. Practice begins the week of June 25 with games beginning Saturday, June 30. This program runs for eight weeks. 17507 5-7 yr 17508 5-7 yr

T W

6:00pm-7:00pm 6:00pm-7:00pm

Jun 26 Jun 27

YMCA YMCA

|  Tennis | Tennis – Little Buddies A fun new program especially designed for young children 4-6 years old. This class will provide the children with simple basic coordination skills, racket swinging, footwork, as well as tennis games. Wear tennis shoes and bring a small tennis racquet and a can of new tennis balls to first class. 17362 4-6 yr 17363 4-6 yr

Sa Su

11:15am-12:00pm 3:15pm-4:00pm

Jun 2-Aug 4 Jun 3-Aug 5

10 10

CVTC CVTC

Hill Savich

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$90 $90

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Hot Shots – This class places more of an emphasis on developing basketball skills and learning basic rules of the game. Over time, the children will be able to use their skills and knowledge in controlled instructional scrimmages. The activities in this class will encourage teamwork and new friendships.

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Preschool Age – Sports | School Age – Art

Euro School of Tennis

24

Wear tennis shoes, sports outfit and bring a tennis racquet. For more information, check out www.euroschooloftennis.com. For classes not meeting minimum enrollment, adjustments or combinations of classes will be made. Mommy/Daddy and Me: All Levels – As you and your child (ages 2½-4 years) participate in our fun age appropriate activities, your child will be developing their motor and socialization skills. A variety of activities designed around the game of tennis will be played each week. 17282 2½-4 yr 17283 2½-4 yr

Sa W

5:45pm-6:15pm 8:00pm-8:30pm

Jun 16-Aug 11 Jun 20-Aug 15

8 8

Eden Shores CVTC

Euro Tennis Staff Euro Tennis Staff

$78 $78

Pee-Wee Tennis: All Levels – Our Pee Wee program introduces children (ages 4-5 years) to the game of tennis. Hand-eye coordination, strokes, movement drills and games will be learned in a fun-filled way. 17285 4-5 yr 17286 4-5 yr

Sa W

5:00pm-5:45pm 7:15pm-8:00pm

Jun 16-Aug 11 Jun 20-Aug 15

8 8

Eden Shores CVTC

Euro Tennis Staff Euro Tennis Staff

$78 $78

|  School Age | Ages 7-12 Years

• • • Check out our exciting Summer Camps on pages 8-10! • • • |  Art | Cardboard: The World of Building Sculptures Cardboard construction can make art 3D. Work with diverse tools and art materials to create sculptures from small to large. Maybe an abstract curving form or a color relief configuration or possibly an animal from another world. Anything is possible. Bring/wear a cover-up or art shirt. 17767 7-13 yr Sa 11:00am-12:30pm *$30 supply fee due at first class.

Jun 16-Sep 1

12

Adobe

Kathleen McPherson $125*

Jacob Lawrence Painters’ Studio This studio class is like no other. Learn to use your natural talent to practice painting while learning related art techniques and developing a personal style of expression. Focus areas include color theory, composition, perspective and subject. Please wear clothes they can get messy in. We will be using acrylic paints. 17762 6-13 yr Sa 9:00am-10:30am *$30 supply fee due at first class. 17763 6-13 yr T 9:00am-10:30am *$25 supply fee due at first class.

Jun 16-Sep 1

12

Adobe

McPherson

$125*

Jul 3-Aug 28

9

Adobe

McPherson

$110*

Art of All Kinds Give your child the opportunity to explore and experiment in different art media such as play dough, painting, collage and other exciting things in this self directed art class. Please wear old clothes that can get messy and bring a box to take your art home in. 17745 4-8 yr Th 11:00am-12:00pm 17746 6-10 yr Th 12:30pm-1:30pm *$12 supply fee due at first class.

Aug 2-Aug 23 Aug 2-Aug 23

4 4

Adobe Adobe

Egan Egan

$40* $40*

Drawing, Painting and Collage I Learn to express yourself while using various mediums such as paint, pastels, felt pens and various types of paper. Exercises are designed to explore the elements of art such as line, shape and color in both two and three dimensions. 17906 5-7 yr Th 4:00pm-5:00pm *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Jun 21-Aug 2

7

Adobe

McGough

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$65*

Little Architects This hands-on, fun, creative class teaches young students to use their eyes, hands, ideas and art tools to build forms, shapes and structures with a mix of materials including wood, foam, cardboard, sugar cubes, toothpicks and fabric. The studio is about learning visually and technically. 17769 5-8 yr M 9:00am-10:30am *$30 material fee due at first class.

Jul 2-Aug 27

9

Adobe

McPherson

$125*

This hands-on, fun, creative class teaches students to use their eyes, hands, ideas and art tools to build their own structures form the ground up including shapes, buildings or cityscapes. All materials are both eco friendly and recyclable. The studio is about learning visually and technically while grasping the concept between design and function. 17770 8-13 yr M 11:00am-12:30pm *$30 material fee due at first class.

Jul 2-Aug 27

9

Adobe

McPherson

$125*

ECO art Sculpture Studio Working and creating with a variety of everyday reusable recyclable materials students will create sculptures big and small. Gain new insight on composition, detail and perspective. Please wear a large T-shirt or smock to get messy with. 17768 7-13 yr T 11:00am-12:30pm *$30 material fee due at first class.

Jul 3-Aug 28

9

Adobe

McPherson

$125*

School Age – Art/Dance

Architectural Design

Clay Program A safe and fun studio environment for children to develop hand skills and learn to trust their own artistic judgment while making expressive pottery or sculpture. Younger children start by hand building, progressing to the potter’s wheel by age nine. Parent/Child classes give you a chance to share in your child’s talent. Fees include glazes and firing. Beginning Wheel Sa

11:00am-12:30pm

17900 5-17 yr Sa 9:00am-10:30am *$12 supply fee per person due at first class.

Jun 23-Jul 28

6

Adobe

LaTorre

$78*

Jun 23-Jul 28

6

Adobe

LaTorre

$105/$78 sibling*

|  Dance and Music | Ballet and Tap Dancers will learn basic ballet positions and terminology then focus on tap steps and dance. 17579 4-7 yr 18136 6-10 yr 18137 7-10 yr

Sa W Sa

10:30am-11:15am 4:45pm-5:30pm 12:15pm-1:00pm

Jul 7-Aug 25 Jul 11-Aug 29 Jul 7-Aug 25

8 8 8

SFCC SFCC SFCC

CVPA Staff CVPA Staff CVPA Staff

$68 $70 $70

Hip Hop Do you want to dance like your favorite Hip-Hop stars? Join us as we learn the fun street-style dance made popular by music videos. Classes help the dancer loosen up, gain rhythm and control isolated movements. All music and movement is age-appropriate. Have serious fun while learning all the latest moves. No class 7/9, 7/14, 7/18. 17597 18135 17591 17593 17594 17592 17595 17596

4-7 yr 7-10 yr 4-6 yr 6-10 yr 11-14 yr 7-12 yr 4-7 yr 7-12 yr

M M Tu W W Th Sa Sa

4:30pm-5:15pm 5:15pm-6:15pm 4:45pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:15pm 7:30pm-8:15pm 6:00pm-6:55pm 9:45am-10:30am 11:15am-12:15pm

Jun 18-Aug 13 Jun 18-Aug 13 Jul 10-Aug 28 Jul 11-Aug 29 Jun 20-Aug 29 Jun 21-Aug 23 Jul 7-Aug 25 Jul 7-Aug 25

8 8 8 8 9 10 8 8

CVCC CVCC SFCC SFCC SFCC WPCC SFCC SFCC

CVPA Staff CVPA Staff CVPA Staff CVPA Staff Mamone Jackson CVPA Staff CVPA Staff

$70 $70 $70 $70 $68* $92 $68 $68

Break Dance 101 Think you can dance? Come learn the break dancing basics with some of the best. This is a drop-in program. Payable on-site. No class 7/14, 7/18. 17263 9-12 yr 17265 9-12 yr

W W

7:00pm-8:00pm 7:00pm-8:00pm

Jul 11-Jul 25 Aug 1-Aug 29

MJCC MJCC

Staff Staff

$15 drop-in $25 drop-in

Beginning Jazz Jazz is attitude. Jazz is fierce. This exciting class teaches jazz technique, rhythm and stage presence. Combine all you learn into a routine to show your family and friends at the end of the session. 18142 5-7 yr 18143 8-10 yr

T T

5:00-5:55pm 6:00-6:55pm

Jun 19-Aug 7 Jun 19-Aug 7

8 8

WPCC WPCC

Freitas Freitas

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$70 $70

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17899 9-17 yr

Parent/Child Hand and Wheel

25

Jazz and Tap A combination of tap technique and jazz basics with an emphasis on modern steps to contemporary music. Intermediate class is teacher placement only. No class 7/4, 7/18, 7/20. Beginning 17600 6-8 yr

F

6:30pm-7:15pm

Jun 22-Aug 31

10

SFCC

Mamone

$92

17601 9-12 yr

W

6:30pm-7:25pm

Jun 20-Aug 29

9

SFCC

Mamone

$83

School Age – Dance

Intermediate

Creative Dance and Composition Learn elements of dance, space, time and force and how to manipulate the, Master your own body movements by exploring, gaining strength, coordination and confidence. There will be lots of chances to compose small pieces to perform for each other. 18144 8-10 yr

T

7:00-7:55pm

Jun 19-Aug 7

8

WPCC

Freitas

$70

Combination and Acrobatic Dance We begin with the basic elements of ballet, tap and acrobatic dance including handstands, rolls and cartwheels. Advanced classes add floor routines. Advanced students must have 3 years of dance experience and are teacher placement only. Beginning 17581 4-6 yr 17582 4-6 yr 17583 5-8 yr

F Sa Sa

5:45pm-6:25pm 10:45am-11:10am 11:15am-11:55am

Jun 29-Aug 31 Jun 23-Aug 25 Jun 23-Aug 25

10 10 10

CVCC CVCC CVCC

Primmer Primmer Primmer

$80 $50 $80

17585 6-8 yr 17584 6-8 yr

F Sa

4:45pm-5:40pm 1:00pm-1:55pm

Jun 29-Aug 31 Jun 23-Aug 25

10 10

CVCC CVCC

Primmer Primmer

$92 $92

Advanced

Lyrical Dance

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Challenges the dancer to use motion to interpret music and express emotion. The lyrics of a song are the driving force for the inspiration of the movement. Choreography is often emotional, gripping, and delicate all at the same time. Learn a new technique to expand your dance repertoire. Dancers must have ballet and jazz dance experience. No class 7/9.

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18138 14 yr +

M

7:30pm-8:30pm

Jun 18-Aug 13

8

CVCC

CVPA Staff

$73

Jr. Dance Workshop Teacher placement only. Students learn more advanced routines in tap, ballet and acrobatic dance. Knowledge of dance terminology necessary. Must have a minimum of 4 years continued dance training. 17586 9-12 yr 17587 9-12 yr

T/Th Sa

4:45pm-5:40pm 2:00pm-2:55pm

Jun 26-Aug 30 Jun 23-Aug 25

20 CVCC 10 CVCC

Primmer Primmer

$147 $92

Dance Workshops Continuing dance instruction in ballet, tap and acrobatics. Intermediate class will be introduced to pointe. Must have at least 4-5 years of dancing experience. Teacher placement only. PAWS students learn a variety of routines using in ballet , tap, jazz, acrobatic dance and pointe work experience. Beginning 17590 11-14 yr

T/Th

3:50pm-4:45pm

Jun 26-Aug 30

20 CVCC

Primmer

$147

17588 11-18 yr

Sa

3:00pm-3:55pm

Jun 23-Aug 25

10

Primmer

$92

Beginning PAWS

CVCC

Dance Competition Take your dancing to the next level by competing. Build camaraderie, team-spirit, commitment and your love for dance. You must have at least 3 years of dance experience and instructor approval to register. Classes focus on teamwork, intense dance training and competition. Summer starts the season focusing on technique and training. Fall and winter quarters are spent learning and perfecting routines. Spring quarter (March-June) is competition season. Competitions are held on weekends and require an additional commitment of time and money for entrance fees, costumes and travel. No class 7/23. Tap and Jazz 17598 10-12 yr

M

6:30pm-8:15pm

Jun 18-Aug 27

10

SFCC

Mamone

$145

17599 12-30 yr

Th

7:00pm-8:30pm

Jun 21-Aug 23

10

WPCC

Jackson

$125

Hip Hop

Afro-Belly Boogie Get up and Dance!! Have fun, exercise and learn about dance history and culture. You will learn dance moves infuenced by African, Belly Dance and Hip Hop. We focus on moves, combinations and choreographies all while getting a fun and fabulous workout. 18171 18172

7-12 yr 7-12 yr

M M

10:30am-11:30am 10:30am-11:30am

Jun 18-Jul 15 Jul 23-Aug 27

5 6

SFCC SFCC

Thacker Thacker

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$50 $60

Drumming

17554 17560 17556 17561 17558 17562

8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr

T T T T T T

5:00pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:00pm 5:00pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:00pm 5:00pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:00pm

Jun 12-Jul 3 Jun 12-Jul 3 Jul 10-Jul 31 Jul 10-Jul 31 Aug 7-Aug 28 Aug 7-Aug 28

4 4 4 4 4 4

Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot

Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok

$75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75

T T T T T T

6:00pm-6:30pm 6:30pm-7:00pm 6:00pm-6:30pm 6:30pm-7:00pm 6:00pm-6:30pm 6:30pm-7:00pm

Jun 12-Jul 3 Jun 12-Jul 3 Jul 10-Jul 31 Jul 10-Jul 31 Aug 7-Aug 28 Aug 7-Aug 28

4 4 4 4 4 4

Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot

Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok

$75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75

Beginning 2 17555 17563 17557 17564 17559 17565

8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr

Guitar Lessons

School Age – Music/Fitness

Beginning 1 – Learn snare and bass drum technique, fundamental music reading skills and rhythm work to get you started playing with a solid drumming foundation. Learn the proper way to hold drumsticks, how to tune your drums and how to change drum heads. Beginning 2 – Build on basic drum skills and progress towards playing songs with other musicians. Use improvisation and stage skills to express yourself musically. Bring a folder for your lesson materials. Beginning 1

Beginning 1 – Get started playing guitar by learning fundamental music reading skills, guitar technique, notes and chords. All the basics covered including starting to play simple songs. Beginning 2 – Build on your basic guitar skills and progress to play more complex songs with other musicians. Use improvisation and stage skills to express yourself musically. Beginning 1 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

10:00am-10:30am 2:00pm-2:30pm 10:00am-10:30am 2:00pm-2:30pm 10:00am-10:30am 2:00pm-2:30pm

Jun 16-Jul 7 Jun 16-Jul 7 Jul 14-Aug 4 Jul 14-Aug 4 Aug 11-9/1 Aug 11-Sep 1

4 4 4 4 4 4

Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot

Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok

$75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75

17543 17551 17545 17552 17546 17553

8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

10:30am-11:00am 2:30pm-3:00pm 10:30am-11:00am 2:30pm-3:00pm 10:30am-11:00am 2:30pm-3:00pm

Jun 16-Jul 7 Jun 16-Jul 7 Jul 14-Aug 4 Jul 14-Aug 4 Aug 11-Sep 1 Aug 11-Sep1

4 4 4 4 4 4

Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot

Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok Schaaphok

$75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75

Beginning 2

Singing and Song Writing Beginning 1 – Focus on microphone technique, how to sing into a microphone, and an introduction to performance technique. Beginning 2 – Build on basic vocal skills and progress to learn song writing, more advanced performance skills and singing with other musicians. It will be a time to develop your skill and creativity. We will record the lesson for you to take with you at the end of each lesson. Beginning 1 17536 8-14 yr 17538 8-14 yr

Th Th

6:00pm-6:30pm 6:00pm-6:30pm

Jun 14-Jul 5 Jul 26-Aug 16

4 4

Music Depot Music Depot

Schaaphok Schaaphok

$75 $75

17537 8-14 yr 17539 8-14 yr

Th Th

6:30pm-7:00pm 6:30pm-7:00pm

Jun 14-Jul 5 Jul 26-Aug 16

4 4

Music Depot Music Depot

Schaaphok Schaaphok

$75 $75

Beginning 2

|  Fitness | Yoga for Kids A playful and non-competitive environment where kids can play while learning about their bodies and minds. We’ll share feelings and ideas, play games, practice yoga asanas (poses), experience partner yoga, breathe, and meditate together. Kids will learn the difference between engaging as a group and going “inside” to connect with their inner self. No experience or skill necessary. Come to play, share, and learn! Please bring a yoga mat. 18088 6-10 yr 18089 6-10 yr

Th Th

4:40pm-5:25pm 4:40pm-5:25pm

Jun 14-Jul 19 Jul 26-Aug 23

5 4

KASCC KASCC

Green Green

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$34 $27

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17542 17548 17544 17549 17547 17550

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School Age – Gymnastics/Martial Arts

|  Gymnastics | Parents are requested to attend the first class for orientation. Please wear soft, comfortable clothing (T-shirt and shorts). No jeans or shoes allowed in the gym. Parents and siblings must wait outside the gym. Beginning Boys and Girls – This entry level class covers basic skills in floor exercise, uneven bars, balance beam and vault. General conditioning and strength exercises are emphasized. Beginning Girls 17794 17795 17796 17797 17803 17804 17805 17806 17808 17809

6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr

W W T Th Sa W W T Th Sa

5:00pm-5:55pm 6:00pm-6:55pm 10:40am-11:35am 10:40am-11:35am 1:00pm-1:55pm 5:00pm-5:55pm 6:00pm-6:55pm 10:40am-11:35am 10:40am-11:35am 1:00pm-1:55pm

Jun 20-Jul 18 Jun 20-Jul 18 Jun 19-Jul 17 Jun 21-Jul 19 Jun 23-Jul 21 Jul 25-Aug 15 Jul 25-Aug 15 Jul 24-Aug 14 Jul 26-Aug 16 Jul 28-Aug 18

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$44 $44 $44 $44 $44 $44 $44 $44 $44 $44

17798 6-10 yr 17807 6-10 yr

Sa Sa

2:00pm-2:55pm 2:00pm-2:55pm

Jun 23-Jul 21 Jul 28-Aug 18

4 4

CVCC CVCC

Staff Staff

$44 $44

Beginning Boys

Advanced Beginning Girls – Must have completed at least two sessions of beginner and receive instructor approval. 17810 17811 18007 18009 18021 18024

6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr

W W T Th T Th

7:00pm-7:55pm 7:00pm-7:55pm 5:15pm-6:10pm 5:15pm-6:10pm 5:15pm-6:10pm 5:15pm-6:10pm

Jun 20-Jul 18 Jul 25-Aug 15 Jun 19-Jul 17 Jun 21-Jul 19 Jul 24-Aug 14 Jul 26-Aug 16

4 4 4 4 4 4

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$44 $44 $44 $44 $44 $44

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Intermediate Girls – Must complete the beginner level and be given an advancement card or have instructor approval. Prerequisite skills: all rolls, handstand, cartwheel, bridge, unassisted high beam basics and unassisted pullover on bars.

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17799 17800 17812 17813

6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr

T/Th Sa T/Th Sa

6:15pm-7:10pm 12:00pm-12:55pm 6:15pm-7:10pm 12:00pm-12:55pm

Jun 19-Jul 19 Jun 23-Jul 21 Jul 24-Aug 16 Jul 28-Aug 18

8 4 8 4

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Staff Staff Staff Staff

$88 $44 $88 $44

Advanced Girls – Requires instructor’s approval to register. Students must complete beginner and intermediate levels and be given an advancement card. 17801 17802 17814 17815

6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr

T/Th Sa T/Th Sa

6:15pm-7:10pm 12:00pm-12:55pm 6:15pm-7:10pm 12:00pm-2:55pm

Jun 19-Jul 19 Jun 23-Jul 21 Jul 24-Aug 16 Jul 28-Aug 18

8 4 8 4

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Staff Staff Staff Staff

$88 $44 $88 $44

|  Martial Arts | Kidsafe Martial Arts This program provides your child the opportunity to gain skills and knowledge that may be used to protect themselves and enhance their self-esteem. At the end of each session students will be tested and advanced appropriately ($10 advancement fee). Parent orientation at the first class meeting. There will be uniforms and other equipment available for purchase from the instructor. (All items are optional.) New Students 17294 5-11 yr 17295 5-11 yr

T W

4:30pm-5:10pm 5:15pm-5:55pm

Jun 19-Aug 28 Jun 20-Aug 29

10 10

ACC SGCC

Gothard Gothard

$70 $70

17292 5-13 yr 17293 5-13 yr

T W

5:15pm-5:55pm 6:00pm-6:40pm

Jun 19-Aug 28 Jun 20-Aug 29

10 10

ACC SGCC

Gothard Gothard

$70 $70

17296 7-13 yr

W

6:45pm-7:25pm

Jun 20-Aug 29

10

SGCC

Gothard

$70

Yellow Belts Orange Belts

Olympic Style Taekwondo Taekwondo is a Korean martial art that has evolved by combining many different styles such as the linear movements of Karate, the flowing, circular patterns of Kung-fu, native kicking techniques along with influences from Judo and Kung-fu. Your child will learn the values of confidence, friendship, self-awareness, respect and dedication in a fun, educational and motivating environment. Uniforms are available for purchase for $30. Dragons 17360 8-12 yr

W

5:20pm-6:00pm

Jun 20-Aug 29

10

SFCC

Staff

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$100

EAAB’s Fitness and Self Defense Youth

17448 17454 17455 17456 17457 17458 17467 17468 17469 17470 17471

5-7 yr 5-7 yr 5-7 yr 8-10 yr 8-10 yr 8-10 yr All ages All ages All ages All ages All ages

T Th F T Th F Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

3:45pm-4:25pm 3:45pm-4:25pm 3:45pm-4:25pm 4:30pm-5:25pm 4:30pm-5:25pm 4:30pm-5:25pm 11:00am-11:55am 12:00pm-12:55pm 1:00pm-1:55pm 2:00pm-2:55pm 3:00pm-3:55pm

Jun 5-Aug 21 Jun 7-Aug 23 Jun 8-Aug 24 Jun 5-Aug 21 Jun 7-Aug 23 Jun 8-Aug 24 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs

E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan

$105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105

Gung Fu

17288 7-17 yr

M/W

6:00pm-7:30pm

Jun 11-Aug 22

20 WPCC

Martinez/Espinoza

$70

17289 7-17 yr

M/W

7:30pm-9:00pm

Jun 11-Aug 22

20 WPCC

Martinez/Espinoza

$70

Intermediate/Advanced

Karate/Aikido Learn the techniques of both Karate and Aikido. Okinawan Karate will teach basic physical training, strikes, blocks, kicks, self-defense and sparring. Aikido teaches footwork, balance, falls, rolls, and controlling techniques. Learn how to use the power of your opponent to your advantage while developing self-discipline and confidence. Instructed by a certified black belt. 17290 7-17 yr 17291 7-17 yr

M W

4:00pm-6:00pm 6:00pm-8:00pm

Jun 25-Sep 10 June 27-Sep 12

12 11

CVCC SFCC

Brown Brown

$96 $96

|  Special Interest | Basic Juggling Have fun while learning how to juggle or improving your existing juggling skills. Students will learn multiple patterns and techniques for practicing and how to figure out new patterns on their own. Have fun juggling with your kids and impressing your friends! 17880 8 yr +

T

5:45pm-6:50pm

Jun 12-Jul 24

7

SFCC

Radousky

$120

Be a Magician – Parent/Child or Individual Class Have you ever wanted to mystify friends or your family? Come learn the secrets and skills you need from Blake Maxam – The Wizard of Ahs. Learn coin tricks, card tricks and mindreading, and build your own magic tube that can make things appear, change or disappear. More importantly, you’ll learn the true secrets of magic: how to fool your audience without making them feel foolish. Instructor is a Bay Area magician who performs at schools, libraries, private parties, Children’s Fairyland and at the world famous Magic Castle in Hollywood. One adult per child. Parent/Child 17522 7 yr +

5:30pm-6:30pm

Jul 6-Aug 10

5

DMT

Maxam

$190*

18160 7 yr + F 5:30pm-6:30pm *$15 materials fee due to instructor.

Jul 6-Aug 10

5

DMT

Maxam

$100*

Individual

F

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

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Gung-Fu is a total concept of mind, body and action where the body is used as a vehicle to train and develop the facilities of the mind. The basic principles of Gung-Fu are health, general ideas of self-defense and the art of movement. Beginners start with basic stance and forms of the Sil-Lum and Black Tiger styles. Advanced students continue training and learn forms from the Tiger-Claw, Sai-Pai and Tai-Chi and Gung-Fu weapon forms. Students are graded on a belt/knowledge system. Beginning

School Age – Martial Arts/Special Interest

Group self-defense lessons for all ages. This program is designed to improve your selfconfidence and to accept and welcome new challenges in your personal and professional endeavors. Learn a multi cultural art of self-defense focusing on promoting a healthier and safer lifestyle with the added benefit of being able to effectively protect yourself. The program includes body stretching (conditioning and breathing techniques); blocking; punching; and kicking in specific target areas; breaking away from grabs, falling, joint locking, throwing and grappling defense techniques and defense against weapon attacks. Note: Uniforms or safety equipment not included. Beginning/Intermediate

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School Age – Special Interest/Sports

Puppets and Performance It’s all about construction (and humor) in this puppet workshop. Students learn to design and build both hand and giant puppets. The class is designed to build technical skills and puppetry knowledge while creating striking imagery. Working with many creative art materials and imagination, students will build their puppets with a touch of make-believe character. It’s a hands-on class for those who want to be creative and have a lot of fun. Will include learning performance skills on the DMT stage! 17521 7-13 yr F 3:00pm-5:00pm *$20 materials fee due to instructor.

SUMMER 2012 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

5

DMT

McPherson & Maxam $139*

German Language Instruction Designed for those interested in speaking and understanding simple German sentences. Be immersed in the language at the first class. As the course progresses we will introduce German writing and reading. The Advanced class is for returning students wanting to further their language skills. Our teacher is a native German who just published her fifth book, My Father, Hermann Apett. Beginning 17486 10 yr +

Th

1:00pm-2:30pm

Jun 7-Aug 30

13

KASCC

Schmidt

$60

17487 10 yr +

Th

10:00am-11:30am

Jun 7-Aug 30

12

KASCC

Schmidt

$60

17488 10 yr +

Th

11:30am-1:00pm

Jun 7-Aug 30

12

KASCC

Schmidt

$60

Advanced

Intermediate

Wii Like to Play – Drop-in Parents need a Friday evening alone? Well, bring the kids to the Matt Jimenez Community Center so they can get an opportunity to release some energy in a secure, fun, and friendly atmosphere. Develop social skills and gain self-esteem through participation by playing the latest video games including NintendoWii, Microsoft XBOX 360, and PlayStation 3. 6-12 yr

30

Jul 6-Aug 10

F

6:00pm-8:30pm

Jun: 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Jul: 6, 13, 20, 27 Aug: 3, 10, 17, 24, 31

MJCC

Staff

$5 drop-in

|  Sports | Below the Rim Basketball This basketball league, provided in partnership with the YMCA, gives your child the opportunity to increase physical endurance, and build confidence and self esteem through teamwork. Listed below are practice times with a corresponding class number. Please pick the class with the practice time that best fits your schedule. Games will be played on Saturdays. Games for ages 8-14 years will be played at Sunset and ages 5-7 years at YMCA. Practice begins the week of June 25 with games beginning Saturday, June 30. This program runs for eight weeks. 17507 17508 17503 17504 17509

5-7 yr 5-7 yr 8-10 yr 8-10 yr 8-10 yr

T W T W T

6:00pm-7:00pm 6:00pm-7:00pm 4:00pm-5:00pm 4:00pm-5:00pm 4:30pm-5:30pm

Jun 26 Jun 27 Jun 26 Jun 27 Jun 26

8 8 8 8 8

YMCA YMCA Sunset Sunset El Rancho

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

$70 $70 $70 $70 $70

“Kidz Love Soccer” Rain-Out Hotline: 888-372-5803 (Call no sooner than 30 minutes before class time.) This soccer “school” is a recreational setting for children to learn and play the world’s most popular sport. Age appropriate activities include: skill demonstrations, fun games and instructional scrimmages. Young soccer enthusiasts experience the soccer fun in a safe, non-competitive environment, facilitated by a licensed professional in the “Kidz Love Soccer” method. Soccer 1 17307 5-6 yr 17308 5-6 yr 17309 5-6 yr

T W Sa

4:00pm-4:45pm 3:45pm-4:30pm 4:40pm-5:25pm

Jun 26-Aug 14 Jun 27-Aug 22 Jul 7-Aug 25

8 8 8

Kennedy Park PALHP SSVP

KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff

$82 $82 $82

Skillz and Scrimmages Kidz will enjoy advanced skill building: dribbling, passing and shooting in a team play format. Each class we will play games to build individual skills and small-sided scrimmages that emphasize application of finer technical points. This is the perfect bridge from our Soccer 1 classes for those who are aspiring to the next level. All levels of skill are welcome to learn and enjoy the world’s most popular sport! Each participant will receive a soccer jersey. 17314 17315 17316

7-10 yr 7-10 yr 7-10 yr

T W Sa

4:45pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:15pm 5:25pm-6:10pm

Jun 26-Aug 14 Jun 27-Aug 22 Jul 7-Aug 25

8 8 8

Kennedy Park PALHP SSVP

KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$89 $89 $89

Make Me a Pro Sports Classes

17439 17442 17443 17444

5-14 yr 6-14 yr 5-14 yr 6-14 yr

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm

Jul 9-Jul 13 Jul 9-Jul 13 Jul 30-Aug 3 Jul 30-Aug 3

5 5 5 5

PALHP PALHP PALHP PALHP

Pro Sports Staff Pro Sports Staff Pro Sports Staff Pro Sports Staff

$90 $155 $90 $155

17325 5-7 yr

Sat

10:20am-11:05am

Jun 9-Aug 11

10

PALHP

Pro Sports Staff

$99

17326 8-10 yr

Sat

11:10am-11:55am

Jun 9-Aug 11

10

PALHP

Pro Sports Staff

$99

17327 10-14 yr

Sat

12:00pm-1:00pm

Jun 9-Aug 11

10

PALHP

Pro Sports Staff

$99

17318 17319

5-12 yr 6-12 yr

M-F M-F

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm

Jul 9-Jul 13 Jul 9-Jul 13

5 5

PALHP PALHP

Pro Sports Staff Pro Sports Staff

$90 $155

17328 17329 17330 17438

5-12 yr 6-12 yr 5-12 yr 6-12 yr

M-F M-F M-F M-F

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm

Jul 9-Jul 13 Jul 9-Jul 13 Aug 6-Aug 10 Aug 6-Aug 10

5 5 5 5

PALHP PALHP PALHP PALHP

Pro Sports Staff Pro Sports Staff Pro Sports Staff Pro Sports Staff

$90 $155 $90 $155

17331 5-12 yr 17332 6-12 yr

M-F M-F

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm

Jul 2-Jul 6 Jul 2-Jul 6

4 4

PALHP PALHP

Pro Sports Staff Pro Sports Staff

$72 $125

17333 5-12 yr 17334 6-12 yr

M-F M-F

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-3:00pm

Jul 23-Jul 27 Jul 23-Jul 27

5 5

STONE STONE

Pro Sports Staff Pro Sports Staff

$90 $155

Soccer Magic

Soccer Technique Soccer Tango

Pee Wee Cheerleading Baseball

Flag Football Basketball

|  Tennis | Bring a tennis racket and a can of NEW tennis balls to first class.

Tennis – Beginner NTRP Rating of 1.0 Little or no previous experience or limited tennis playing experience. Students will learn basic grips and strokes (forehand, backhand, volley, serve, scoring and elements of game play). 17380 17381 17382 17383

7-17 yr 7-17 yr 7-17 yr 7-17 yr

Sa Sa Sa Su

9:00am-10:00am 10:10am-11:10am 4:00pm-5:00pm 10:00am-11:00am

Jun 2-Aug 4 Jun 2-Aug 4 Jun 2-Aug 4 Jun 3-Aug 5

10 10 10 10

CVTC CVTC CVTC CVTC

Hill Hill Hill Savich

$120 $120 $120 $120

Tennis – Advanced Beginner NTRP Rating of 2.0 Some previous experience or those who can carry on a short rally. Emphasis on improving basic strokes, footwork and serving. NOTE: Beginner class is recommended before taking this class. 17377 7-17 yr 17378 7-17 yr

Sa Su

12:10pm-1:10pm 2:00pm-3:00pm

Jun 2-Aug 4 Jun 3-Aug 5

10 10

CVTC CVTC

Hill Savich

$120 $120

Youth Tennis League The Youth Team Tennis League promotes social skills and important values by fostering a spirit of co-operation and unity, as well as individual self-growth. Also, it’s a fun environment for kids where they learn that succeeding is really more about how they play the game – win or lose. 18157 6-12 yr

Su

12:00pm-1:30pm

Jun 24-Jul 29

6

BTTC

Staff

$90

Euro School of Tennis For more information, check out www.euroschooloftennis.com. For classes not meeting minimum enrollment, adjustments or combinations of classes will be made. Mini Aces Tennis: All Levels – This class is designed for the child of age 6 to 8 who is just learning the game of tennis. Hand-eye coordination, strokes, movement drills and games will be learned in a fun-filled way. Wear tennis shoes, sports outfit and bring a tennis racquet. 17279 6-8 yr 17280 6-8 yr

Sa W

11:00am-11:45am 6:00pm-6:45pm

Jun 16-Aug 11 Jun 20-Aug 15

8 8

GOESP CVTC

Euro Tennis Staff Euro Tennis Staff

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$78 $78

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M-F M-F M-F M-F

School Age – Sports/Tennis

Make Me a Pro Sports strives to instill a positive attitude within children that carries over to every aspect of their life. We offer fun and educational sports camps and classes that are taught by successful players and coaches who are specialists in each of the sports we offer. “To play like a Pro, learn from a Pro.” www.mmapsports.com. No class 7/4. Soccer

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|  Teens |

Teens

Ages 13-17 Years

• • • Check out the Teen Summer Zone Camp on page 8! • • • Break Dance 101 Think you can dance? Come learn the break dancing basics with some of the best. This is a drop-in program. Payable on-site. 17264 13-17 yr 17266 13-17 yr

Th Th

7:00pm-8:00pm 7:00pm-8:00pm

Jul 5-Jul 26 Aug 2-Aug 30

MJCC MJCC

Staff Staff

$20 $25

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Online Drivers Training

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Learn to drive – the right way! This is an online course with videos, animated driving scenarios and sample test questions. Learn the rules of the road, major causes of traffic collisions, DMV procedures and more. A licensed instructor is available to answer any questions. Receive a DMV-approved Certificate of Completion. Sign up for the month you would like to begin the class. After you register, you will be contacted with username and password. 17515 17516 17517

15 yr + 15 yr + 15 yr +

Jul Aug Sep

Online Online Online

Safety Driver’s Ed Safety Driver’s Ed Safety Driver’s Ed

$55 $55 $55

EAAB’s Fitness and Self Defense Youth Group self-defense lessons for all ages. This program is designed to improve your self-confidence and to accept and welcome new challenges in your personal and professional endeavors. Learn a multi cultural art of self-defense focusing on promoting a healthier and safer lifestyle with the added benefit of being able to effectively protect yourself. The program includes body stretching (conditioning and breathing techniques); blocking; punching; and kicking in specific target areas; breaking away from grabs, falling, joint locking, throwing and grappling defense techniques and defense against weapon attacks. Note: Uniforms or safety equipment not included. Beginning/Intermediate/Advanced 17446 17447 17449 17461 17462 17463 17467 17468 17469 17470 17471

11-13 yr 11-13 yr 11-13 yr 14-16 yr 14-16 yr 14-16 yr All ages All ages All ages All ages All ages

T Th F T Th F Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

5:30pm-6:25pm 5:30pm-6:25pm 5:30pm-6:25pm 6:30pm-7:25pm 6:30pm-7:25pm 6:30pm-7:25pm 11:00am-11:55am 12:00pm-12:55pm 1:00pm-1:55pm 2:00pm-2:55pm 3:00pm-3:55pm

Jun 5-Aug 21 Jun 7-Aug 23 Jun 8-Aug 24 Jun 5-Aug 21 Jun 7-Aug 23 Jun 8-Aug 24 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs

E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan

$105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105

Below the Rim Basketball This league, provided in partnership with the YMCA, gives your child the opportunity to increase physical endurance, build confidence and self esteem through teamwork. Provided below are practice times with a corresponding class number. Please pick the class with the practice time that best fits your schedule. Games will be played on Saturdays. Games for ages 8-14 years will be played at Sunset and ages 5-7 years at YMCA. Practice begins the week of June 25 with games beginning Saturday, June 30. This program runs for eight weeks. 17505 11-14 yr 17506 11-14 yr 17510 11-14 yr

T W W

5:00pm-6:00pm 5:00pm-6:00pm 4:30pm-5:30pm

Jun 26 Jun 27 Jun 27

8 8 8

Sunset Sunset El Rancho

Staff Staff Staff

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$70 $70 $70

Euro School of Tennis

17275 9-14 yr 17276 9-14 yr

Sa W

10:00am-11:00am 5:00pm-6:00pm

Jun 16-Aug 11 Jun 20-Aug 15

8 8

GEOSP CVTC

Euro School of Tennis $98 Euro School of Tennis $98

Teen Tennis Stars: Intermediate/Advanced – This is a class for students (ages 9-14 years) who can hit the ball back and forth with consistency and have had some previous tennis instruction. Crosscourt placement, services, lobs, overheads and strategy will be taught. 17272 9-14 yr 17273 9-14 yr

Sa W

11:45am-12:45pm 4:00pm-5:00pm

Jun 16-Aug 11 Jun 20-Aug 15

8 8

GEOSP CVTC

Euro School of Tennis $98 Euro School of Tennis $98

See page 31 for the NEW Youth Tennis League! Look for many other classes offered for Teens in the School Age, Golf, Nature, and Adult sections of this guide!

|  Nature | • • • Check out our exciting Summer Camps on pages 8-10! • • •

Nature Programs – Hayward Shoreline

Wear tennis shoes, sports outfit and bring a tennis racquet. For more information, check out www.euroschooloftennis.com. For classes not meeting minimum enrollment, adjustments or combinations of classes will be made. Teen Tennis Stars: Beginner – This class is designed for students (ages 9-14 years) with little or no previous tennis experience. Hand-eye coordination, strokes, movement drills and games will be learned in a fun-filled way.

|  Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center |

9th Annual 10K on the Bay Sunday, August 26, 2012 Proceeds received will benefit the Interpretive Center’s wetland education programs. The course is USA Track and Field Certified. See the back cover of this guide for details!

| Summer Programs at the Shoreline | Leopard Shark Feeding Frenzy Assist the Interpretive Center staff during the daily feeding of our shark tank. Learn about the surfperch, linedshore crabs, anemones and barnacles that inhabit the tank along with our resident leopard shark. New animals are being added regularly! Who is the predator and who is the prey? 18003 All Ages 18004 All Ages 18005 All Ages

Su Su Sa

2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm

Jun 17 Jul 29 Aug 25

1 1 1

HSIC HSIC HSIC

Staff Staff Staff

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

Free Free Free

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4901 Breakwater Avenue | (510) 670-7270 | shoreline@haywardrec.org The Interpretive Center is open to the public from 10:00am-5:00pm Saturdays and Sundays. Perched on stilts above a salt marsh, the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center is your introduction to the ecology of the San Francisco Bay-Estuary. The Interpretive Center features exhibits, programs and activities designed to inspire a sense of appreciation, respect and stewardship for the Bay, its inhabitants and the services they provide. After getting an overview of the park and its features, join a naturalist on one of the many weekend programs offered. Naturalists are on-hand during weekend hours to answer any of your wildlife questions! Come and see what’s new at the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center.

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Nature Programs – Hayward Shoreline

Stilts and Strollers Walking Club Take a four-week course exploring all your senses with your baby or toddler. Parents and caregivers get a chance to take a walk with a naturalist guide. 18049 birth-3 yr

Sa

10:00am-11:30am

HSIC

Torres-Kirkpatrick

$70

The summer solstice was a day of importance for many ancient civilizations. Come learn about these civilizations and why we think they celebrated this day on an evening hike out to the bay to watch the sunset. Please bring a flashlight and light jacket, camera optional (sun sets at 8:35pm). 18042 12 yr +

W

7:30pm-9:00pm

Jun 20

1

HSIC

Tarnowski

$8

Salt Pond History Hike Discuss the unique and interesting history of the Bay Area from the ice ages, to the Gold Rush, to the salt evaporation ponds of Alameda County. Walk through remnants left by settlers who worked at the shoreline over one hundred years ago. This program is designed for adults only. 18041 18 yr +

Su

12:00pm-2:00pm

Aug 19

1

HSIC

Workover

$7

11th Annual Father’s Day Family Camp Out This overnight camp out is held from Saturday, June 16 at 3:00pm through Sunday, June 17 at 11:00am. Feast on barbeque prepared by the naturalist staff and celebrate Dad’s special day. Bring yourself, your family and your sleeping bags and tents for this exclusive camping event (it gets really windy so be prepared!). We’ll provide all the food and entertainment. Go fishing, find bugs, take hikes, build sandcastles, play games, roast marshmallows and learn about the animals and plants that make up the shoreline habitat. Moms, grandparents, aunts and uncles welcome! Reservations Required. Meet at 3050 West Winton Avenue in Hayward. Adult and Child – Pair 16791 4 yr +

Sa/Su

3:00pm-11:00am

Jun 16-Jun 17

HSIC

Staff

$80

16792 4-17 yr

Sa/Su

3:00pm-11:00am

Jun 16-Jun 17

HSIC

Staff

$10

16793 18 yr +

Sa/Su

3:00pm-11:00am

Jun 16-Jun 17

HSIC

Staff

$25

HSIC HSIC

Staff Staff

$12 $6

Additional Adult Participant SUMMER 2012 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

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Summer Solstice Evening Hike

Additional Child Participant

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Jun 23-Jul 21

Shark Encounter! The fear of sharks is unjustified and is often the result of myths, insufficient scientific research, and Hollywood’s misinformation. With a few notable exceptions, the Great White and the Tiger shark the vast majority of sharks pose no threat to humans. Participate in a shark feeding and touch tank, make a craft to take home and get hands on time with Bay sharks while dispelling some of the myths that threaten these amazing animals. 17995 18 yr + 17996 2-17 yr

Sa Sa

10:00am-1:00pm 10:00am-1:00pm

Jul 7 Jul 7

1 1

| Nature Detectives | Nature Detectives is a monthly program designed for 3-5 year olds and their caregivers. Reservations Required and space is limited. Call (510) 881-6700 or register online at www.haywardrec.org. June Jaumea Flowers – Jaumea is a flowering plant that lives happily along the Hayward shoreline. It has small yellow daisy flowers and fleshy leaves. Let’s take a walk on the trail and investigate this beautiful California native. Make a sunny daisy craft to take home! 16815 3-5 yr +

Sa

11:00am-12:00pm

Jun 2

1

HSIC

De Ponte

$5

July Joyful Jabber – During the summer the Forster’s Tern are out and about in the marsh noisily calling to each other. Let’s observe the terns on the trail, learn cool facts, listen to sounds and calls, and make a craft to take home. 16816 3-5 yr +

Sa

11:00am-12:00pm

Jul 7

1

HSIC

De Ponte

$5

August Amazing Arachnids – Spiders are not “evil” and they only bite people in self-defense. The vast majority of spiders are unable to hurt humans at all. There are spiders in almost every habitat on earth, so let’s take a closer look at these 8-legged creatures as we spin a web of our own to take home. 16817 3-5 yr +

Sa

11:00am-12:00pm

Aug 4

1

HSIC

Graham

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$5

| Full Moon Hike Series |

18011 15 yr +

M

7:30pm-9:00pm

Jun 4

1

HSIC

De Ponte

$8

Blue Moon Hike: August – For more than half a century, whenever two full Moons appeared in a single month (which happens on average every 2½ to 3 years), the second has been christened a “Blue Moon.” During this special full moon repeat, we’ll talk about the myths and truths surrounding this astronomical phenomenon. 18013 15 yr +

F

7:30pm-9:00pm

Aug 31

1

HSIC

De Ponte

$8

Full Corn Moon or Harvest Moon: September – This full moon’s name is attributed to Native Americans because it marked when corn was supposed to be harvested. Most often, the September full moon is actually the Harvest Moon, which is the full Moon that occurs closest to the autumn equinox. Hike the trail as the sun sets along the San Francisco Bay Trail. 18012 15 yr +

Sa

7:30pm-9:00pm

Sep 29

1

HSIC

Ceridwyn

$8

Nature Programs – Hayward Shoreline

Full moons at the Hayward shoreline are spectacular. As the sun goes down, enjoy a short hike along the trail followed by a comfy hot beverage back at the Interpretive Center during this new series about the moon, the tides and the effect they have on sea-level and on the marsh environment. Each recurring full moon gets its name from Native American tribes from the northern and eastern United States. Full Strawberry Moon: June – This name was universal to every Algonquin tribe. However, in Europe they called it the Rose Moon. Also because the relatively short season for harvesting strawberries comes each year during the month of June, so the full Moon that occurs during that month was christened for the strawberry!

| Weekend Nature Activities |

18016 5-10 yr

Su

12:00pm-1:00pm

Jun 24

1

HSIC

Downs

$5

A Day of Fishing – Fishing is a fun and relaxing way to spend the day and enjoy nature. Meet the naturalist at the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center for an afternoon of fishing fun. Learn or practice fishing basics like knot-tying, rigging, and proper fish handling. We have poles to lend, but feel free to bring your own gear. Anyone 16 years or older needs a valid fishing license to participate. Dress to get a little dirty or muddy. Bait provided, but bring a lunch. 18020 6 yr +

Su

10:30am-2:30pm

Jul 1

1

HSIC

Downs

$25

Make Your Own “Fireworks” – Enjoy the festivities you see on the 4th of July? Want to make your very own safe party poppers? How about a festive hat or jewelry to wear? If any of these crafts spark your interest join in on the fun as we celebrate our Nation’s Independence Day. 18022 5 yr +

11:00am-12:00pm

July 1

1

HSIC

Tarnowski

$5

Shoreline Trash Takers – Learn about the litter problems along the Hayward shoreline and marshes. Then head out on the trail to have a positive impact on this beautiful ecosystem by removing litter. 18023 1 yr +

Su

11:00am-12:30pm

Jul 8

1

HSIC

Downs

Free

Remarkable Reptiles – Observe up close the lizards and snake that live at the Interpretive Center. Learn how these animals are different from mammals, feel their scales, and feed them crickets. 18030 5-12 yr

Su

11:00am-12:00pm

Jul 15

1

HSIC

Workover

$5

Who Dirtied the Bay?/¿Quién Ensució la Bahia? – Join us today as we explore our bay waters. Learn some of the ways we can help clean the bay and so much more! BILINGUAL: Spanish & English. 18032 5 yr +

Su

1:30pm-4:00pm

July 15

1

HSIC

Torres-Kirkpatrick

$7

Ice Cream Social and Nature Walk – Take a hike to the old salt-harvesting ponds and collect salt from a bygone era. Learn about the science of making ice cream by using this salt to make vanilla ice cream sundaes. 18035 1 yr +

Su

11:00am-1:00pm

Jul 22

1

HSIC

Workover

$5

Toddler Rambler! – Come out and enjoy your morning at our marsh. Your tot will learn about our shoreline friends through a story and craft. 18038 2-3 yr

Su

11:00am-11:30am

Aug 5

1

HSIC

Torres-Kirkpatrick

$5

Kids and Chrysalises – If you know where to look, you can see caterpillars crawling in plain site at the shoreline. Learn about how butterflies live and then go outside and learn how to get up close to these fantastic insects. 18039 3-12 yr

Su

11:30am-12:30pm

Aug 12

1

HSIC

Workover

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$5

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Microscope Workshop – Come and learn how to use a microscope to take a closer look at some of the treasures found in the marsh including plankton, bones, and anything else we can find! Then we will setup our video-scope to see our microscopic items on a TV screen.

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Nature Programs – Hayward Shoreline

| Bird Walks at the Shoreline | Sneak Some Peeks at Beaks This Week – Spot a variety of shorebirds from busy dowitchers to probing curlews today. While these shorebirds feast before us during low tide we will be able to see how they utilize the great variation in their bill shape to find food without competing amongst each other. Meet at the parking lot at the west end of West Winton Ave. 18044 12 yr +

SUMMER 2012 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

9:30am-12:30pm

Jun 9

1

HSIC

Graham

$5

Hear the Songs of the Wild Birds – This morning we are heading to the beautiful Hayward hills to find birds that are uncommon from those found beside the shoreline of San Francisco Bay-Estuary. Summer songbirds, like Wilson’s Warblers, chickadees and hummingbirds abound along the trail we will follow. Meet at the Garin parking lot. 18045 12 yr +

Sa

9:00am-11:30am

Jun 23

1

HSIC

Graham

$5

In Pursuit of Podiceps – Don’t be alarmed: the word Podiceps is just the genus for a group of common water birds known as grebes, and today we are in search of the Eared Grebe. These resident birds live almost exclusively on the water where they make floating nests, and if we are lucky, we might spot some young grebes getting a ride on their parent’s back. Meet at the Interpretive Center. 18046 12 yr +

Sa

1:30pm-4:30pm

Jul 14

1

HSIC

Graham

$5

Touring for Terns – For the last two years we have had a small colony of Black Skimmers nest in the fresh water marsh. If the uncommon birds have returned we will scout them out, and observe how magnificent they are. It will be fun to compare and contrast them to the far greater colony of Forster’s Tern along with the significantly smaller-sized endangered Least Tern that nests here as well. Meet at the Interpretive Center. 18047 12 yr +

Sa

10:00am-1:00pm

Jul 28

1

HSIC

Graham

$5

Shine Your Birding Light on Shorebirds – Migrating birds from Canada and Alaska are starting to turn up, and today we’ll keep our eye out for some early winter arrivals. Amazing birds like Common and Elegant Terns are likely to be spotted along with Osprey in search of their fish prey. Meet at the Grant Ave. parking lot. 18048 12 yr +

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Sa

Sa

8:30am-11:30am

Aug 18

1

HSIC

Graham

$5

|  Sulphur Creek Nature Center | 1081 D Street, Hayward | Open Daily, 10:00am-5:00pm Sulphur Creek is a FREE wildlife center dedicated to bringing people and native wildlife closer together. There are live animal displays featuring local species, a Discovery Center, a pet rental program, school and group wildlife education programs, wildlife rehabilitation program, special events, nature study classes, volunteer programs and outreach activities. The park provides picnic facilities, a nature trail, and a creek – so stop by and visit!

Flight to Freedom Saturday, August 25, 2012 A fundraising event benefiting the wildlife education and rehabilitation programs of Sulphur Creek Nature Center. See the back cover of this guide for details!

| Summer Programs at Sulphur Creek | Animal Library Visit the Lending Library and go home with your very own pet for a week. Animals available to rent include: rats, mice, hamsters, and guinea pigs. All critters come complete with cage, food and water containers, a bag of food, and care sheet. Open Saturday and Sunday, 10:00am-3:00pm only. $20 rental fee. All rentals require a $40 Visa/MasterCard deposit and a valid driver license or I.D. card. Due to the popularity of this program and limited number of animals available, all rentals are on a first come, first served basis. See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

Bats & Brews

18081 21 yr +

Sa

7:00pm-9:00pm

Jun 30

1

SCNC

Staff

$30

Wildlife Discovery Center Learn about watersheds, creek life, and the animals and plants that depend on this important habitat. Discover which animals like to enjoy the sunny days by basking on a rock or log and which ones like to hide under a plant to keep cool and moist. Enjoy some quality time with your children as you read a book or two from our wonderful children’s library. Open Daily 10:00am-4:30pm.

“Day on the Green”

Nature Programs – Sulphur Creek

Take a tastebud tour of the world of beer and meet some Bay Area bats. Beer is universal. Every culture knows beer and every culture is proud to boast that its brew is the best on earth. Civilized people all over the world brew and enjoy truly great beers, but could it be possible that beer is responsible for civilization as we know it? Ponder this and other truths as you take a tastebud tour from some of our local breweries. Join well-known Tastemaster, Ira Bletz, as he looks at the history, lore and mythology surrounding beer and brewcraft. Learn how beer is made and discover a beer famous in story and song. Join us for a fun, informative evening. You’ll learn while tasting classic varieties such as lagers, pilsners, ale, malt and wheat beers. Naturalist will also present live local bats, creatures that love to share the darkness of the evening as you enjoy this tasting tour.

Meet an opossum, say hello to an owl, and talk to the fork-tongued snake or hairy tarantula on your weekend visit. Each Saturday and Sunday at 2:30pm, Nature Center animals are brought out to visit you up close and personal. Learn all about their habits, personalities, likes and dislikes. Take photos of your favorite critter. Take a walk on the wild side and introduce your students to the native wildlife that surrounds us in this diverse and unique land known as the San Francisco Bay Area. Our interactive programs on mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and arthropods are designed to conform to State Standards while getting kids to appreciate the world around them. Reservations are now being taken for fall programs, and to help defray transportation costs, we will be offering outreach classes from September through March. Sign up early. To view programs offered, go to www.haywardrec.org or call (510) 881-6747 for a brochure or to make reservations.

| Adult Nature Series | Join the naturalists at Sulphur Creek Nature Center in a series of programs to explore nature up close. Registration is required for the following adult-only nature programs as space is limited. Call (510) 881-6700 for information to register. These programs are designed for adults only. Must be at least 18 to attend. Hawks in Flight – Hawks follow the horizon, ride the winds, and precisely maneuver around obstacles. We’ll give you the basics to recognizing and identifying these masters of flight as you meet our hawks, falcons, and eagle at this special adult nature presentation. 17566 18 yr +

Sa

4:00pm-5:30pm

Jul 7

1

SCNC

Franke

$18

Turtles and Tortoises – Join us on a field trip for a privately guided tour of the Bay Area Turtle and Tortoise Rescue facility in Castro Valley. You’ll discover several different turtle species, ranging from hatchlings to 200 lb. gargantuans, as they swim, climb and wander around their California home. Wear walking shoes. Address for this field trip will be given out a few days prior to class date to all registrants. 17567 18 yr +

Sa

12:00pm-1:00pm

Aug 11 1

SCNC

Franke

$18

| Reptile Rally | Saturday, July 28, 2012 • 11:00am-3:00pm • All Ages Reptiles: resilient, remarkable, and resplendent, from the tip of their noses to the end of their tails. The Bay Area Amphibian and Reptile Society (BAARS) will be sharing their amazing array of reptiles. Come face to face with creatures that have endured the test of time, are scaly, and love to bask in the sun. Bring the family and slither into an exciting day of learning about snakes, lizards, turtles, and tortoises. Make it a family day, bring a picnic, and enjoy getting back into nature. See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

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Nature in Your Classroom

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Nature Programs – Sulphur Creek

| Toddler Time | Toddler Time is designed for ages 1-3 with their caregivers. Each class includes a hands-on visit with animals, a craft, and an outdoor exploration. Sibling Fee: $3 per child. Registration for siblings is not available online. Please call (510) 881-6700 to register additional children. July Toddler Time: Shells – Investigate all sorts of shells as we visit the turtle, tortoise, and hamster and explore the trails. 17607 17608 17609 17610

1-3 yr 1-3 yr 1-3 yr 1-3 yr

W Sa T M

10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am

Jul 18 Jul 21 Jul 24 Jul 30

1 1 1 1

SCNC SCNC SCNC SCNC

Walke Wolf Walke Wolf

$8 $8 $8 $8

August Toddler Time: Beaks – Find out about beaks as we meet the kestrel, chicken, and duck, make a puppet, and visit the birds outside. 17611 17612 17613 17614

1-3 yr 1-3 yr 1-3 yr 1-3 yr

W T Sa M

10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am

Aug 8 Aug 14 Aug 18 Aug 27

1 1 1 1

SCNC SCNC SCNC SCNC

Walke Walke Wolf Wolf

$8 $8 $8 $8

September Toddler Time: Fantastic Feet – Discover different feet and the special things they can do as we visit the skunk, tarantula, and rabbit. 17615 17616 17617 17618

1-3 yr 1-3 yr 1-3 yr 1-3 yr

M Sa W T

10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am

Sep 10 Sep 15 Sep 19 Sep 25

1 1 1 1

SCNC SCNC SCNC SCNC

Wolf Wolf Walke Walke

$8 $8 $8 $8

Powell

$25

SUMMER 2012 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

| Nature Activities at Sulphur Creek |

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Budding Entomologists – Have you ever wanted to get up close and into the creepy-crawly world of INSECTS? Do these mini-beasts perplex and excite you? Then this is the class for you. Join us as we create our tools of the trade for collecting and observing these off-the-wall critters. We will build a burleese funnel, and make our own butterfly and water nets to explore three unique arthropod habitats at Sulphur Creek. Program includes fee for materials. Conforms to California Educational State Standards. 17668 6-12 yr

Sa

10:00am-12:00pm

Jul 21

1

SCNC

Teddy Bear Picnic – Bring your favorite stuffed animal friend, lunch, and a blanket to sit on to this animal picnic. Visit the dove, chinchilla, and mouse, examine real nests, search for nests on the trail, and make your own nest. (No charge for siblings under 1 year of age). 17672 2-9 yr

W

12:00pm-1:30pm

Aug 29

1

SCNC

Sisson

$10

Tadpole Search Field Trip – Meet at Garin Park for an expedition in search of tadpoles and other wonderful water creatures. Use nets to help you get an up-close look at these special creatures. Make a floating toy, too. Directions to the meeting location will be sent the week before the program. 17674 2-9 yr

M

2:30pm-4:00pm

Jul 16

1

SCNC

Wolf

$10

Critter Storytelling: “Stories Under the Oaks” – Join master storyteller Mrs. Rice (a.k.a. The Story Witch) in a FREE story time adventure. Let your children curl up on their favorite blanket under the old oaks and immerse themselves into a critter fantasy world. Stories will be accompanied with meeting live story critters up close. 2-6 yr

Th

1:00pm-1:45pm

Jul 12 & Jul 26

2

SCNC

Rice

Free

| Youth Nature Classes | Youth Nature Classes are designed for ages 3-5, 4-7, and 5-9 years. Each class will focus on an animal adaptation that is used to help it survive. Students will meet live animals up close and complete a special project or craft based on the featured adaptation. Splash – Come splash with us as we visit the duck, turtle, and toad, create boats to float, and explore the creek. 17690 3-5 yr 17662 4-7 yr 17663 5-9 yr

M M T

11:00am-12:30pm 2:30pm-4:00pm 2:30pm-4:00pm

Jul 23 Jul 23 Jul 24

1 1 1

SCNC SCNC SCNC

Wolf Wolf Walke

$10 $10 $10

Flying Fun – Investigate different types of flight as we visit the dove, peregrine falcon, and bat. Create a flying friend and search for creatures in flight. 17691 3-5 yr 17664 4-7 yr 17665 5-9 yr

M M T

11:00am-12:30pm 2:30pm-4:00pm 2:30pm-4:00pm

Aug 6 Aug 6 Aug 14

1 1 1

SCNC SCNC SCNC

Wolf Wolf Walke

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$10 $10 $10

Super Shedders – Find out about all sorts of creatures that shed as we visit the snake, tarantula, and rabbit and explore the trails. M W T

11:00am-12:30pm 3:30pm-5:00pm 3:30pm-5:00pm

Sep 17 Sep 19 Sep 25

1 1 1

SCNC SCNC SCNC

Wolf Walke Walke

$10 $10 $10

| Campfire Nights | Don’t miss this fun summer tradition with your family! Visit with special critters of the night and enjoy an evening of roasting marshmallows. Nocturnal Animals – Visit with some special nocturnal animals, make a special craft, and explore the trail. 17733 2-12 yr 17734 2-12 yr

Sa Sa

6:30pm-8:30pm 6:30pm-8:30pm

Jul 14 Jul 28

1 1

SCNC SCNC

McGinnis McGinnis

$12/Child $12/Child

Unhuggable Creatures – Join us for an evening of fun and learn about snakes and tarantulas. Make a craft to take home with you. 17735 2-12 yr

Sa

6:30pm-8:30pm

Aug 11

1

SCNC

McGinnis

$12/Child

Suck-a-Bug Campfire – Make a bug sucker to catch small insects such as gnats, with a homemade pooter. Find out how small a bug you can really catch. 17737 4-12 yr

Sa

6:30pm-8:30pm

Jul 7

1

SCNC

Powell

$12/Child

Cricket Predictions – Become a Myth Buster and determine if crickets can really predict the temperature outside. You will use scientific methods to predict, experiment, and analyze the final temperature of summer. Come to this fun family evening of myths – facts or fiction, and create a harmonica to play around the campfire while roasting marshmallows. 17738 4-12 yr

Sa

7:00pm-9:00pm

Aug 18

1

SCNC

Powell

Nature Programs – Sulphur Creek

17692 3-5 yr 17666 4-7 yr 17667 5-9 yr

$12/child

| Castro Valley Library Amphitheater |

6-12 yr

Th

10:30am-11:30am

Jul 12

1

CV Library

Staff

Free

Summer Swimmers – Come on down to the creek and meet the animals that like to make a splash! Meet a duck, a toad, and a newt. Discover why they like to hang out in the water and explore the creek in search of other summer swimmers! 6-12 yr

Th

10:30am-11:30am

Aug 9

1

CV Library

Staff

Free

Amazing Tails – Why do animals have tails? Come learn about the animals that have tails and what they use them for! Meet an opossum, a dove, a rat, and a skunk. 6-12 yr

Sa

12:00pm-1:00pm

Sep 22

1

CV Library

Britton

Free

| International Turkey Vulture Awareness Day | Saturday September 1, 2012 • 2:00pm-4:00pm • All Ages A FREE program for all ages. Come celebrate these amazing carrion-eating, sun-basking, red-heads on September 1, 2012 at Sulphur Creek Nature Center for International Vulture Awareness Day. Meet our resident turkey vultures up close and find out why vultures are such a vital part of ecosystems around the world. Activities will also include the debut of Diane Lang’s newest children’s book, Vulture Verses, and a vulture craft that you can take home.

| Sulphur Creek Family Overnight Camp Outs | Overnight camp outs are from Saturday night through Sunday morning. Bring tent, sleeping bag, flashlight, and walking shoes. Continental breakfast provided. Children under 3 Free – must be accompanied by a paying adult. Creatures of the Night – Learn about nocturnal animals, create a craft to take home, play games, roast marshmallows and enjoy the sounds of the night as you sleep under the stars. 17749 3-80 yr

Sa-Su

7:00pm-9:00am

Jul 21

1

SCNC

Powell

$20 per person

Jewels of the Night – Enjoy a fun family evening of roasting marshmallows and finding out what flying insects enjoy the light of a campfire. We will set traps around the park to attract these “jewels of the night” and learn about Lepidopteran cravings. 17754 3-80 yr

Sa-Su

7:00pm-9:00am

Sep 8

1

SCNC

Powell

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$20 per person

www.haywardrec.org | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | SUMMER 2012

Join the naturalist from Sulphur Creek Nature Center to explore the amazing watershed at the Castro Valley Library. Classes will meet at the library amphitheater. Contact the library at (510) 667-7900 for more information. Program is FREE, but seating is limited, first come, first served. Hungry Hunters – Catching your food can be a tricky business! Learn how animals hunt and the amazing tools they have that make them successful! Meet a falcon, an owl, a bat, and a snake.

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|  Adults |

Adults – Art

Ages 18 Years +

|  Art | Drop-in Art Classes – each quarter participants must complete a registration form at their first class then sign in at each subsequent class. Registration Discounts do not apply to drop-in fees.

Watercolor

SUMMER 2012 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

Beginning students learn the basics of water media painting with an emphasis on drawing, perspective, color theory and problem solving. Advanced students focus on original compositions based on a given theme (i.e., motion, light, flight, etc.). Emphasis is on fundamental elements of design derived from value sketches, going beyond the mere copying of photographs. Individual/group critiques. You must provide your own supplies which is discussed at the first class. Beginning/Intermediate

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17895 16 yr + 17894 16 yr +

W T

9:30am-12:00pm 7:00pm-9:30pm

Aug 1-Sep 5 Jun 26-Aug 28

6 10

Adobe Adobe

Pratt Pratt

$65 $110

17896 16 yr +

W

1:00pm-3:30pm

Aug 1-Sep 5

6

Adobe

Pratt

$65

Intermediate/Advanced

Oil and Acrylic Have fun learning the basics of landscape painting in a relaxed, casual atmosphere. You will need to provide your own supplies costing between $50-$100. Supply lists are available at the Adobe Art Office. Please pay at the door. 17626 18 yr +

M

7:00pm-9:30pm

Jul 2-Aug 27

1

Adobe

White

$23 drop-in

Chinese Brush Painting Also known as watercolor painting “The Chinese Way” using mediums such as brushes, ink stone, ink stick, and rice paper. Methods of mounting completed paintings will be covered. All levels welcome. No class 7/4. 17694 18 yr +

W

1:00pm-3:30pm

Jun 27-Aug 29

9

Adobe

Ku

$68

The Painting Crowd This is an informal gathering of painters working together in a friendly and helpful atmosphere. Adobe Art Center – drop-in or 5-class punch pass. The studio room provides tables, chairs and easels. San Lorenzo – 5-class punch pass only. The room provides tables and chairs. Odorless thinners only. The 5-class punch passes must be pre-purchased and can be picked up at the Art Office, 20395 San Miguel, Castro Valley, or you may request one be mailed to you (510) 881-6725. The card is good for two quarters starting with the quarter you purchased it for at either the Monday or Thursday class. To register choose the class that has your intended start date. 17675 18 yr + 17687 18 yr + 17688 18 yr +

Th M M

10:00am-2:30pm 10:00am-2:00pm 10:00am-2:00pm

Jun 28-Sep 6 Jun 18-Jul 16 Jul 23-Aug 27

1 5 6

Adobe SLCC SLCC

Staff Clair Clair

$3 $15 $15

Floral Design for Weddings Learn the general techniques used to create wedding decorations with fresh flowers including corsages, wedding bouquets, altar arrangements, centerpieces and cake decorations. Supply list will be provided on first day of class. Students should have some knowledge of flower arranging basics. 17697 18 yr + Sa 10:00am-12:00pm *$25 material fee due to instructor at first class.

Jun 16-Jul 21

6

Adobe

Poovaiah

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$80*

Glass Fusing Learn the fundamentals of glass fusing. You will create three unique, beautiful and functional fused glass pieces of art. Choices include platters, wearable art, vases, planters, frames and more. 17939 18 yr + T 11:00am-2:00pm 17940 18 yr + Th 11:00am-2:00pm *$100 supply fee due at first class.

Jun 26-Jul 17 Jun 28-Jul 19

4 4

ARAN ARAN

Mimran Mimran

$65 $65

Jewelry Casting

17957 18 yr +

W

7:00pm-9:30pm

Jun 20-Aug 15

8

Adobe

Donivan

$61

Jewelry Design Create a bold modern design cast from an old unused piece, or update a classic in a particular proportion, color or arrangement. Jewelry design, construction and lost wax casting taught in a small class setting. 18122 18 yr + 18123 18 yr +

T Th

7:00pm-9:30pm 11:00am-1:30pm

Jun 19-Jul 24 Jun 21-Jul 26

6 6

WPCC WPCC

Wright Wright

$45 $45

Adults – Art

Learn the basics while we discuss wax work, settings for gem stones, designing, polishing and finishing and the correct use of tools. We will also cover kiln loading, firing and unloading with emphasis on casting precious metals. No class 7/4.

Life Drawing A cooperative drawing class for all levels of proficiency. Each session involves gesture poses, 20 minute studies and one hour-long pose. There is a three hour pose at the end of each month. All medias are included. Odorless thinners only. No cameras. This is a drop-in program. Please pay at the door. 17638 18 yr +

Th

7:00pm-10:00pm

Jun 7-Aug 30

1

Adobe

Gunn

$15 drop-in

Quilting Workshop Work on your unfinished project in a group setting. Exchange ideas and inspiration with a group of enthusiastic quilters. 17706 18 yr +

T

9:30am-12:30pm

Aug 7-Aug 28

4

Adobe

Coleen Kafoure

$16

We offer gas high temperature glaze (cone 10) reduction firings as well as alternatives for firing. Fees include glazes and firing. Participants must prepurchase clay at class and provide their own tools. Starter tool kits are available for purchase at class. We start with basic instruction in the techniques of wheel throwing, hand building, sculpture and high-fire glazing. Intermediate students continue instruction in basic techniques and are encouraged to bring ideas for individual projects. There is also advanced instruction in extended throwing, lidded forms, and altered pieces. Each class can accommodate all levels. Choose the time and day that is convenient for you. No class 7/4. 17653 17656 17657 17651 17654 17658 17655 17659 17660 17661

18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 15 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 15 yr +

T T T W W W Th Th Th Sa

7:00pm-9:30pm 12:30pm-3:00pm 5:00pm-7:30pm 10:00am-12:30pm 7:00pm-9:30pm 7:00pm-9:30pm 7:00pm-9:30pm 10:00am-12:30pm 7:00pm-9:30pm 3:00pm-5:30pm

Jun 19-Aug 21 Jun 19-Aug 21 Jun 19-Aug 21 Jun 20-Aug 22 Jun 20-Aug 22 Jun 20-Aug 22 Jun 21-Aug 23 Jun 21-Aug 23 Jun 21-Aug 23 Jun 23-Aug 25

10 10 10 9 9 9 10 10 10 10

Adobe WPCC WPCC WPCC Adobe WPCC Adobe WPCC WPCC Adobe

Kowalski Neuru & Moss Epperson Woofter Olson Mielke Kowalski Woofter Russell Kowalski

$135 $135 $135 $135 $124 $124 $135 $135 $135 $135

17652 18 yr +

M

7:00pm-9:30pm

Jun 18-Aug 20

10

Adobe

Mielke

$135

Pottery and Raku Firing

Pottery and Ceramic Sculpture This beginning to intermediate pottery and sculpture class is for students who want to work on wheel and slab projects. No class 7/4. 17693 18 yr +

W

10:00am-12:30pm

Jun 20-Aug 22

9

Adobe

Brest

$124

Raku Glazing and Firing Intensive Focus on glazing and firing your bisque ware in the raku process. Class meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. 17908 18 yr +

Th

6:00pm-9:00pm

Jun 28-Sep 6

1

WPCC

Shaffer

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$19

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Pottery Workshop This class is designed for drop-ins or class make-ups. Workshops are overseen by volunteers providing informal instruction. Only items produced during session/class time will be fired. You may provide a make-up slip, pay the drop-in fee at the door, or pre-purchase a 5-visit punch card. To purchase a punch card register for one of the sessions then pick up your card at the Adobe Art office or request that the card be mailed to you. You must provide a receipt for all card pick-ups. Punch cards are valid for one year and can be used at any pottery dropin workshop. The cards are non-refundable and a $20 lost card replacement fee is applicable. Cards are transferable. T 10:00am-12:30pm 17924 15 yr + 17926 15 yr + F 10:00am-12:30pm 17925 15 yr + Sa 12:30pm-3:00pm 17927 15 yr + Sa 10:00am-12:30pm *$65 for 5-visit punch card. **1st and 3rd Saturdays only.

Jun 19-Aug 21 Jun 22-Aug 24 Jun 23-Aug 25 Jun 23-Aug 25

10 10 10 10

Adobe WPCC Adobe WPCC**

Staff Staff Staff Staff

$15* $15* $15* $15*

|  Dance | Salsa Dance – Beginning Club Style Salsa is hot and featured in clubs everywhere. Get in on the fun by learning “Club-Style Salsa” in this playful and energetic class. This is a great, fun workout to the hottest Latin music. It’s a great way to connect with your current partner – or meet a new one! No partner required. 17524 18 yr +

T

7:00pm-8:00pm

Jun 12-Aug 14

10

SFCC

Tomaj

$100/$180 couple

Salsa Dance – Intermediate This challenging and rewarding Club Style Salsa class is packed with hot moves and cool styling. Includes a ½ hour of open dancing after each class. No partner required. Prerequisite: Beginning Salsa or experienced partner dancing. 17525 18 yr +

T

8:00pm-9:30pm

Jun 12-Aug 14

10

SFCC

Tomaj

$100/$180 couple

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Purchase a 5-punch pass to use for any of Tomaj Trenda’s salsa dance classes. Passes must be pre-purchased and can be picked up at the District Offices at 1099 E Street, or you may request one be mailed to you. The pass is good for two quarters starting with the quarter it was purchased. To register choose the class that has your intended start date. 17528 18 yr + 17529 18 yr +

T T

7:00pm-8:00pm 7:00pm-8:00pm

Jun 12-Jul 10 Jul 17-Aug 14

5 5

SFCC SFCC

Tomaj Tomaj

$75 $75

Swing and Ballroom Basics Get up and dance! Emphasis is on having fun while developing an engaging social hobby. You will learn comfortable steps in East Coast Swing and smooth dances such as Fox Trot, Waltz and nightclub Two Step. 17533 18 yr + 17534 18 yr +

Th F

7:00pm-8:00pm 6:30pm-7:30pm

Jul 5-Aug 30 Jul 6-Aug 31

8 8

SFCC CVCC

Hilton Hilton

$89 $89

Tango and Latin Dance Learn the seductive move of Tango and other Latin dances such as Rumba, Cha-Cha, Samba, Salsa and Merengue. Burn the floor with these action-packed energetic dances. Express your inner self and look like a pro at nightclubs, weddings, cruises or other social gatherings. 17531 18 yr + 17532 18 yr +

Th F

8:00pm-9:00pm 7:30pm-8:30pm

Jul 5-Aug 30 Jul 6-Aug 31

8 8

SFCC CVCC

Hilton Hilton

$89 $89

Swing And Only Swing Have fun and exercise at the same time. Learn to dance to tunes from Glen Miller (30’s) to the Cherry Poppin’ Daddy’s (90’s). We will start with the basics and then move to the West Coast Swing and Lindy. If you have two left feet or even danced a little we are waiting for you. 17535 18 yr +

F

8:30pm-9:30pm

Jul 6-Aug 31

8

CVCC

Hilton

$89

Line Dancing Kick your boot heels and have lots of fun! Seniors will have the opportunity to stay active and focus on coordination. So come on down to meet new people, listen to great music, and enjoy the classics. Gym shoes only. Beginning 17341 18 yr +

W

10:00am-11:30am

Jul 11-Aug 29

J. Jones

MJCC

$3 drop-in

17340 18 yr + 17342 18 yr +

M F

10:00am-11:30am 10:00am-11:30am

Jul 2-Aug 27 Jul 6-Aug 31

J. Jones J. Jones

MJCC MJCC

$3 drop-in $3 drop-in

Intermediate/Advanced

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

Meditational Dance Learn simple, relaxing dances set to soothing music. Meditational dance creates a space for you to slow down and discover peace and calmness. No partner or prior dance experience is needed. 17530 16 yr +

Th

7:30pm-8:30pm

Jul 12-Aug 23

7

CVCC

Atkins

$70

Combine the energy and powerful moves of African dance with the toning and sultry movements of Belly Dance in this fun and fabulous workout. It will exercise you head-to-toe giving immediate measurable results and leaving you with a fabulous and sexy glow. Experience improved flexibility, stamina, core conditioning, muscle tone, mood and confidence. Facilitated by founder and creator Angel Thacker. 17703 16 yr + 17704 16 yr +

M M

6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm

Jun 18-Jul 16 Jul 23-Aug 27

5 6

SGCC SGCC

Thacker Thacker

$40 $48

Afro-Belly Boogie Dance Troupe and Fitness Join Angel for a beyond the basics class where we choreograph and rehearse routines of performance quality. You will have an opportunity to join in the many dance troupe opportunities and perform in the community. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and leather sole shoes (sandals, ballet shoes or bare feet). Angel is an award winning East Bay dancer and entertainer with years of performing and teaching throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Must have taken beginning class and have instructor approval to join. 17714 17715

16 yr + 16 yr +

M M

8:30pm-9:30pm 8:30pm-9:30pm

Jun 18-Jul 16 Jul 23-Aug 27

5 6

SGCC SGCC

Thacker Thacker

$40 $48

Afro-Belly Boogie Fusion

Adults – Dance/Health/Fitness

Afro-Belly Boogie Cardio Dance

Combining the moves and sounds of African and Middle Eastern dance styles you will learn technique and full choreography to enjoy and demonstrate to friends and loved ones! This class is for all shapes and sizes and a great workout. Wear loose, comfortable clothing and leather sole shoes (sandals, ballet shoes or bare feet). Taught by Angel, an award winning East Bay Dancer and Entertainer with many years of performing and teaching throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. 15 yr + 15 yr +

M M

7:30pm-8:30pm 7:30pm-8:30pm

Jun 18-Jul 16 Jul 23-Aug 27

5 6

SGCC SGCC

Thacker Thacker

$50 $60

Belly Dance Anisa shares her 30 years experience with Middle-Eastern dance. Beginning is for dancers with no experience and focuses on an introduction to basic steps. Intermediate-Advanced levels will focus on a different regional dance from Egypt/North Africa each session. Please wear comfortable exercise clothes or loose skirt and leathersoled shoes. Bring finger cymbals and veils or purchase from instructor ($20). Beginning 17695 16 yr +

T

6:30pm-7:30pm

Jul 17-Aug 28

7

CVCC

Sahhar

$85

17696 16 yr +

T

7:30pm-8:30pm

Jul 17-Aug 28

7

CVCC

Sahhar

$85

Feder Feder

$55 $36

Intermediate

|  Health and Fitness | Abs and Abs Only!!! Target your trouble spots with this express 30-minute class that includes toning and sculpting moves! Standing and floor exercise, with and without medicine balls. 18056 16 yr + 18057 16 yr +

M M

5:00pm-5:30pm 5:00pm-5:30pm

Jun 18-Aug 6 Aug 13-Sep 10

8 5

Dance Co Dance Co

Boot Camp This class is designed for both Men and Women. Cardio, circuit, resistance training, full body workout. We will start indoors using heavy bags, medicine balls and jump ropes. We will also go outside for walking/running. Change up your exercise routine with this intense class. 18065 16 yr + 18066 16 yr +

F F

8:15am-9:15am 8:15am-9:15am

Jun 22-Aug 3 Aug 10-Sep 21

7 7

Dance Co Dance Co

Feder Feder

$70 $70

2-Hour Feel the Burn Boot Camp Join us for 2 hours . . . Yes we said 2 full hours of total body workout! Cardio, Circuit, Resistance Training. Walking, Running, Heavy Bags, Medicine Balls and Jump Rope. Core, Gluts, Arms, Legs. You name it, we target it. Men are especially welcome! If you want to change up your fitness routine this is definitely the class for you! 18067 18 yr + 18068 18 yr + 18069 18 yr +

Su Su Su

10:00am-12:00pm 10:00am-12:00pm 10:00am-12:00pm

Jun 17-Jul 15 Jul 22-Aug 19 Aug 26-Sep 16

5 5 4

Dance Co Dance Co Dance Co

Feder Feder Feder

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$68 $68 $58

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Adults – Health/Fitness

Bootcamp with a View Get outside and improve your health! Fresh air, beautiful views, and a fun tough workout! Come join us for a creative, ever changing NEW HIIT interval training using variations of kickboxing with a pad, sports drills, stairs, Bar training, plyometrics, hill training, and weights with Pilates/Yoga that will boost metabolism and torch hundreds of calories! All fitness levels welcome as coach Bernadette modifies and works around injuries. Her training style is tough, fun and infectious! Come see why she is everyone’s favorite trainer with 25 years of experience! Bring mat/towel, dumbells 3-5 lbs, and water. 18052 18 yr + 18053 18 yr +

Sa Sa

8:00am-9:00am 8:00am-9:00am

Jun 9-Jul 14 Jul 21-Aug 25

6 6

PALHP PALHP

Childs Childs

$72 $72

Extreme Cardio Kick Boxing This intense total body workout can burn up to 800 calories while being set to music will increase your strength and flexibility while burning fat. Class includes circuit training, aerobic activity, toning, punching and kicking heavy bags and ends in with a blast of guts and butts! Bring a towel because you are guaranteed to sweat! Men and women are welcome! 18060 18061 18062 18063 18064

18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr +

M/W M/W M/W T T

7:00pm-7:50pm 7:00pm-7:50pm 7:00pm-7:50pm 7:00pm-7:50pm 7:00pm-7:50pm

Jun 18-Jul 18 Jul 23-Aug 22 Aug 27-Sep 19 Jun 19-Jul 31 Aug 7-Sep 18

10 10 8 7 7

Dance Co Dance Co Dance Co Dance Co Dance Co

Feder Feder Feder Feder Feder

$100 $100 $80 $70 $70

Cross Fit Full Body Training For men and women who want to challenge themselves with an intensive workout you will love. Full body training that will leave you feeling and looking great. Please bring a yoga mat and water bottle to class. 18058 14 yr +

Th

7:00pm-8:30pm

Jun 21-Jul 26

6

KASCC

Williams

$80

Fit-n-Trim

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Come and enjoy routines designed to assist you in attaining and maintaining good muscle tone, weight loss and improved cardiovascular fitness. A variety of class formats for all ages and fitness levels.

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18054 18 yr + 18055 18 yr +

M/W M/W

6:00pm-7:00pm 6:00pm-7:00pm

Jun 11-Jul 18 Jul 23-Aug 8

12 6

CVCC CVCC

Farar Farar

$66 $33

Inspire Fitness Boot Camps for Women Don’t let the word “Boot Camp” scare you off. Just think of it as an indoor and outdoor fitness workout, 2-3 times a week that is designed to constantly keep your body in motion and work all muscle groups in a fun and engaging way led by certified coaches. Outdoor camps are held at parks in Castro Valley and Hayward through October. NovemberApril camps held indoors at the Castro Valley Community Center. Register online at www.inspirefitnessbootcamps.com. 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr +

M/W/F T/Th M/W/Th

Rise & Shine Morning Evening

5:45am-6:45am 9:15am-10:00am 6:30pm-7:15pm

continuous continuous continuous

see Inspire Fitness website for location and fees see Inspire Fitness website for location and fees see Inspire Fitness website for location and fees

Free Fit Club – Join us for free workouts and spend an hour every Saturday morning burning calories, getting fitter, leaner and stronger. All levels welcome! 8:00am-9:00am

Continuous

SLCC

see Inspire Fitness website for more information

Pilates Sculpt This class is designed for both beginning and advanced students. Pilates focuses on the core of your body, as well as strengthens your lower back and improves your posture. This is an excellent class for those looking to strengthen their abs and glutes as well as achieve an amazing mind-body experience. Please bring a yoga mat and water. 17973 16 yr +

Th

6:00pm-7:00pm

Jun 14-Aug 2

8

Dance Co

Rowe

$70

Hatha Flow Yoga Yoga is a great way to lose weight, tone the body and reduce the effects of stress. The art of asana’s (yoga postures) will teach you breathing techniques while you flow from one posture to the next. 17963 18 yr + 17964 18 yr + 17965 18 yr +

T W W

9:00am-10:15am 4:30pm-5:45pm 7:15pm-8:30pm

Jun 12-Aug 14 Jun 13-Aug 15 Jun 13-Aug 15

10 10 10

Hot Box Yoga Hot Box Yoga Hot Box Yoga

Maravilla Maravilla Maravilla

$120 $120 $120

Yoga For Adults Our state certified instructor provides a guided Yoga journey for all levels. 17986 16 yr +

W

6:15pm-7:15pm

Jul 11-Aug 1

4

WPCC

Jean

$40

Yoga For Adults Drop-in – Purchase a 5-punch pass to use for any of Charla Jean’s Yoga for Adult classes. You may use this pass to drop into any of the class dates listed below for 5 visits. Passes must be pre-purchased and can be picked up at the District Office at 1099 E Street, or you may request one be mailed to you. The pass is good for two quarters starting with the quarter you purchased it. To register choose the class that has your intended start date. 17988 16 yr +

W

6:15pm-7:15pm

Jul 11-Aug 1

5

WPCC

Jean

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$60

Pre-Natal Yoga This yoga class is designed for pregnant women (or those trying to conceive). Emphasis will be placed on using yoga poses to increase strength, flexibility and balance. Students will practice standing and seated poses as well as breathing techniques appropriate for pregnancy at all stages. 17976 18 yr + 17977 18 yr +

T F

6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm

Jun 12-Aug 14 Jun 15-Aug 17

10 10

Hot Box Yoga Hot Box Yoga

Maravilla Maravilla

$120 $120

Tai chi, which originated in China as a martial art, is a mind-body practice in complementary and alternative medicine (Cam). Tai chi is sometimes referred to as “moving meditation” — practitioners move their bodies slowly, gently, and with awareness, while breathing deeply. This class will help with your both the physical and emotional health. 17999 18 yr + 18000 18 yr + 18001 18 yr +

Su Su Su

9:30am-11:00am 9:30am-11:00am 9:30am-11:00am

Jun 3-Jun 24 Jul 1-Jul 29 Aug 5-Aug 26

4 5 4

SLCC SLCC SLCC

He He He

$40 $50 $40

Tai Chi Chih De-stress and re-energize as you learn the 20 circular, flowing movements of Tai Chi Chih. Not a martial art but an internally focused meditative form of movement. The practice enhances physical health and emotional stability creating a sense of inner peace. Studies have shown possible benefits to include improved balance, strengthened immune system, a better night’s sleep, and many more. Instructor is accredited. 17981 18 yr +

T

7:00pm-8:15pm

Jul 17-Sep 4

8

KASCC

McAlister

$50

McAlister

$40

Adults – Health/Fitness

Tai Chi

Continuing Tai Chi Chih – For those who have completed a beginning class. 17982 18 yr +

T

5:45pm-6:45pm

Jul 17-Sep 4

8

KASCC

Zumba Join the newest dance-fitness craze inspired by Latin and world music dance steps. This cardio-based workout combines high energy and motivating music with fitness moves to create a fast pace, effective, fun workout. Benefits include sculpting, toning and interval training. Ditch the workout and join the party. 16 yr + 16 yr + 16 yr + 16 yr + 16 yr + 16 yr + 16 yr + 16 yr + 16 yr +

T T T Th Th Th Sa Sa Sa

6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm 9:00am-10:00am 9:00am-10:00am 9:00am-10:00am

Jun 5-Jun 26 Jul 3-Jul 31 Aug 7-Aug 28 Jun 7-Jun 28 Jul 5-Jul 26 Aug 2-Aug 30 Jun 2-Jun 30 Jul 7-Jul 28 Aug 4-Aug 25

4 5 4 4 4 5 5 4 4

WPCC WPCC WPCC SGCC SGCC SGCC SGCC SGCC SGCC

Alcantar Alcantar Alcantar Alcantar Alcantar Alcantar Alcantar Alcantar Alcantar

$24 $30 $24 $24 $24 $30 $30 $24 $24

Zumba Drop-In – Purchase a 8-punch pass to use for any of Barbara Alcantar’s Zumba classes. Passes must be pre-purchased and can be picked up at the District Office at 1099 E Street, or you may request one be mailed to you. The pass is good for two quarters starting with the quarter you purchased it for. To register choose the class that has your intended start date. 17994 16 yr + 17992 16 yr + 17993 16 yr +

T/Th/Sa 6:30pm-7:30pm T/Th/Sa 6:30pm-7:30pm T/Th/Sa 6:30pm-7:30pm

Jun Jul Aug

8 8 8

SGCC/WPCC SGCC/WPCC SGCC/WPCC

Alcantar Alcantar Alcantar

$55 $55 $55

Trail Hiking for Women Beginning Enjoy our beautiful summer weather in the company of other dynamic women like yourself. Beginning hikes approximately 3-5 miles. 18113 18114

18 yr + 18 yr +

W W

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm

Jul 11-Aug 1 Aug 8-Aug 29

4 4

Hiking Trail TBA Funaro Hiking Trail TBA Funaro

$50 $50

Trail Hiking for Women Intermediate Enjoy our beautiful summer weather in the company of other dynamic women like yourself. Intermediate hikes approximately 5-7 miles. 18115 18116

18 yr + 18 yr +

T T

9:00am-1:00pm 9:00am-1:00pm

Jul 10-Jul 31 Aug 7-Aug 28

4 4

Hiking Trail TBA Funaro Hiking Trail TBA Funaro

$50 $50

Introduction to Trail Hiking for Women Designed for women who are new to hiking. Get pointers on clothing, equipment, nutrition and an introduction to some of the beautiful trails close to home. Hikes are 3-4 miles on easy trails. Experience a new park each week. Hikers meet at trail-head. 18111 18112

18 yr + 18 yr +

Sa Sa

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm

Jul 7-Jul 21 Aug 4-Aug 18

4 4

Hiking Trail TBA Funaro Hiking Trail TBA Funaro

$50 $50

Water Fitness Classes Shape up and slim down with the fun of invigorating water exercise. See Aquatics section for more information. See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

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18163 18073 18074 18164 18076 18077 18165 18078 18079

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The Energy Company Classes

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Put ENERGY into your life while you burn fat, build muscle, increase metabolism, improve cardiovascular fitness and relieve stress in a friendly class setting. Bring a towel and a water bottle. Contact energycompany@comcast.net for further information. Classes are continuous and co-ed. Registration is taken at class. Check with individual instructors for holiday schedule. Fee: $40 for 8 classes/$55 for 16 classes/$6 single class. Tickets have no expiration date. New Students! Receive 4 FREE CLASSES with the purchase of a $60 ticket – 20 classes for $55! Body Sculpting A fat burning, muscle building, body shaping class done to motivating, fun music. A range of free weights (2-15 lbs), exercise bands, straps, foam rollers, and chi balls are used to tone and strengthen all major muscle groups in non-impact, easy to follow movements. Bands and dumbbells provided to get you started then enhanced class adds foam rollers and mediation with cool down. All Levels 18 yr + 18 yr+ 18 yr + 18 yr +

M/W/F Th Sa T

6:30pm-7:30pm 6:45pm-7:45pm 9:00am-10:00am 6:30pm-7:30pm

continuous continuous continuous continuous

18 yr +

M

6:00pm-7:10pm

continuous SFCC

Zumba

KASCC SFCC SFCC SFCC

see above for fees see above for fees see above for fees see above for fees see above for fees

Jazzercise Classes Jazzercise blends aerobics, yoga, Pilates, and kickboxing movements into fun dance routines set to fresh music. Designed to accommodate a variety of fitness levels and ages, the program promotes an effective, safe and fun workout that includes aerobic elements in combination with strength training. For additional information, please call the number next to the classes you are interested in attending. Classes are continuous. Registration is taken at class. EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) available. Enrollment fees apply. Jazzercise welcomes new students with a special offer: first month only $20 with EFT registration! Jazzercise 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr +

M/W T/Th Sa Su M/W/Th/F

7:10pm-8:10pm 6:00pm-7:00pm 9:00am-10:00am 9:00am-10:00am 8:30am-9:30am

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC KASCC

(510) 538-7070 (510) 733-1201 (510) 733-1201 (510) 733-1201 (510) 247-3188

Jan Hennefer Celeste Cook Celeste Cook Celeste Cook Michele Cowart

www.jazzwithjan.com www.jazzceleste.com www.jazzceleste.com www.jazzceleste.com Michele.cowart@comcast.net

18 yr + 18 yr +

T/Th T/Th

7:05pm-7:35pm 6:00am-7:00am

CVCC KASCC

(510) 733-1201 (510) 407-6186

Celeste Cook Michele Cowart

www.jazzceleste.com Michele.cowart@comcast.net

18 yr +

Sa

8:00am-8:45am

CVCC

(510) 733-1201

Celeste Cook

www.jazzceleste.com

Jazzercise Express

Jazzercise Body Sculpting

|  Martial Arts | EAAB’s Fitness and Self Defense Youth Group self-defense lessons for men and women. This program is designed to improve your self-confidence and to accept and welcome new challenges in your personal and professional endeavors. Learn a multi cultural art of selfdefense focusing on promoting a healthier and safer lifestyle with the added benefit of being able to effectively protect yourself. The program includes body stretching (conditioning and breathing techniques); blocking; punching; and kicking in specific target areas; breaking away from grabs, falling, joint locking, throwing and grappling defense techniques and defense against weapon attacks. Note: Uniforms or safety equipment not included. 17464 17465 17466 17467 17468 17469 17470 17471

18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + All ages All ages All ages All ages All ages

T Th F Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

7:30pm-8:25pm 7:30pm-8:25pm 7:30pm-8:25pm 11:00am-11:55am 12:00pm-12:55pm 1:00pm-1:55pm 2:00pm-2:55pm 3:00pm-3:55pm

Jun 5-Aug 21 Jun 7-Aug 23 Jun 8-Aug 24 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25 Jun 9-Aug 25

12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs

E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan E. Untalan

$105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105 $105

Karate/Aikido Learn the techniques of both Karate and Aikido. Okinawan Karate will teach basic physical training, strikes, blocks, kicks, self-defense and sparring. Aikido teaches footwork, balance, falls, rolls, and controlling techniques. Learn how to use the power of your opponent to your advantage while developing self-discipline and confidence. Instructed by a certified black belt. 17290 18 yr + 17291 18 yr +

M W

4:00pm 6:00pm 6:00pm 8:00pm

Jun 25-Sep 10 Jun 27-Sep 12

12 11

CVCC SFCC

Brown Brown

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$96 $96

Gung Fu

17288 18 yr +

M/W

6:00pm 7:30pm

Jun 11-Aug 22

20 WPCC

Martinez/Espinoza

$70

17289 18 yr +

M/W

7:30pm 9:00pm

Jun 11-Aug 22

20 WPCC

Martinez/Espinoza

$70

Intermediate/Advanced

|  Photography | (510) 881-6721 | photocentral@haywardrec.org | www.photocentral.org From beginning camera operation to advanced techniques our PhotoCentral program develops inspiration in photographic seeing! Professors Geir and Kate Jordahl, founders and directors of PhotoCentral, bring over 30 years of teaching experience to our classes and workshops. The Jordahl’s photographs have been published and exhibited extensively throughout the world and our staff represent outstanding photographers and teachers who provide specialized knowledge and enthusiasm. Classes are presented in a lively lecture/discussion format with plenty of time for questions and the showing and critique of photographs.

| Classes | Camera I – Camera and Lens

Adults – Martial Arts/Photography

Gung-Fu is a total concept of mind, body and action where the body is used as a vehicle to train and develop the facilities of the mind. The basic principles of Gung-Fu are health, general ideas of self-defense and the art of movement. Beginners start with basic stance and forms of the Sil-Lum and Black Tiger styles. Advanced students continue training and learn forms from the Tiger-Claw, Sai-Pai and Tai-Chi and Gung-Fu weapon forms. Students are graded on a belt/knowledge system. Beginning

Learn how to use your camera. We will cover the fundamentals of digital and traditional cameras to make great pictures. Topics include camera selection, film and digital choices, lens choices, basic flash, filters and more. Bring your camera or brochures for camera purchase to the first class. 18 yr +

W

7:00pm-9:30pm

Jun 27-Jul 18

4

PhotoCentral

Knepp

$89

Camera II – Making Pictures Focus on getting the pictures out of your camera and into print (or the web). If you want to print at a retail store or learn basic Photoshop Elements we will help you decide the right path for you. Don’t just fill data cards or drawers. Make photos worthy of albums and your wall. We will also spend time troubleshooting camera issues. 17719

18 yr +

W

7:00pm-9:30pm

Jul 25-Aug 15

4

PhotoCentral

Knepp

$89

Photography and Selling on eBay #1 Learn to use the power of photography to make money on ebay. Create attractive listings, monitor sales, set prices to maximize profits and learn about efficient packing and shipping, use of PayPal, how to start or expand a business. Create powerful and dynamic images of your productions using the best lighting, proper camera, lenses and settings to make your listing stand out in the crowd. Optional 220 page book will be available at the workshop for a fee of $20. 17725 18 yr +

Sa

9:00am-5:00pm

Jun 23

1

PhotoCentral

Smith

$89

Photography and Building a Business on eBay #2 Whether selling on ebay is a hobby or a more serious endeavor this workshop is the natural follow-up to Photography and Selling on eBay #1. Learn to start a business, set goals, meet accounting and tax needs, get merchandise to sell and/or, increase sales. Use advance camera and image techniques, embed pictures in HTML, grow merchandise and market automation process and more! Prerequisite: ebay series class #1. Optional 280 page book will be available at the workshop for a fee of $20. 17726 18 yr +

Sa

10:00am-4:00pm

Jul 14

1

PhotoCentral

Smith

$89

Advanced Photography and Creating an eBay Store #3 Learn advanced techniques to create your own ebay store including photo, design, advanced marketing, newsletters, sales and traffic reports, cross promotion and more! Make your store stand out above the rest. Prerequisite: Photography and Selling on eBay #1 and Photography and Building a Business on eBay #2. Optional 125 page book will be available at the workshop for a fee of $20. 17728 18 yr +

Sa

10:00am-4:00pm

Aug 4

1

PhotoCentral

Smith

$89

| Workshops | Process and Post Images on the Web Learn how to post-process your images and then upload them to the web. Bring a set of images to class, learn about post processing tools then get feedback on your images. By the end of the day you’ll have your images uploaded on the web and ready to be shared. 17783 18 yr +

Sa Su

1:00pm-5:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm

Jul 28 Jul 29

2

PhotoCentral

Klink

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$89

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Early Morning at the Japanese Garden Get privileged access to the Hayward Japanese Garden to capture the early morning mood. Learn how to become creative when the light is not as striking. You’ll be introduced to lighting tricks, photographing with props and more. 18148 18 yr +

Sa

6:00am-12:00pm

Jul 29

1

TBA

Klink

$89

Adults – Photography

Beaches and Back Roads Explore the San Mateo County Coast from Half Moon Bay to Pigeon Point. These coastal and rural environments of the Western Peninsula are an oasis of quiet beauty remarkably close to the hustle and bustle of the urban Bay Area. 18149 18 yr +

Sa

9:00am-6:00pm

Aug 4

1

TBA

Knepp

$110

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Organize and process your photographs. We will assist you in managing and developing thousands of digital images. Lectures, discussion and hands on work will let you leave with the confidence to make your photographs sing. Focus is on setup, workflow, editing, delivery of images regardless of what type of output and so much more. Flash galleries, websites, and prints can be made from this single program which works seamlessly with all Adobe programs. Please bring your own computer. To work on one of our computers in our digital lab please email or call PhotoCentral to reserve (limit 5). 17721 16 yr +

T Sa

7:00pm-9:30pm 10:00am-4:00pm

Aug 7, 14 Aug 11

3

PhotoCentral

Jordahl

$310

Point Reyes Photo Workshop Separated geologically from most of California by the San Andreas fault, Point Reyes offers a delightful combination of beaches, rocky coastline and flora. There is a mountain, a lighthouse, ranches and (often) elk providing a wonderful range of photographic opportunities. We will meet at the Point and spend a day working these many locations with a strategic eye kept to ever-shifting weather conditions common at the Point. 17523 18 yr +

Sa

10:00am-8:00pm

Aug 18

1

TBA

Decker

$125

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NEW & REBORN!! Gather with fellow photographers to share work and ideas in the New PhotoCentral Sunday Photo Group. This free event is a chance to share your photographs, experiences and build community with fellow photographers. Email Joe Decker joedecker@gmail.com to get on the list and join this informal but highly informative gathering. Be sure to double check meeting dates with Joe before attending. 17729 16 yr + 17730 16 yr +

Su Su

1:00pm-4:00pm 1:00pm-4:00pm

Jul 29 Aug 26

1 1

PhotoCentral PhotoCentral

see class description see class description

Open and Independent Lab Hours Mondays 5:00pm-10:00pm or by appointment | (510) 881-6721 | photocentral@sbcglobal.net. Darkroom $5 per hour | Digital Lab $10 per hour Digital printing is an additional $10 per linear foot on the large format printer. Our darkroom and mounting facility is an excellent place for printing and preparing your photographs for presentation. Drop by during our open hours or call/email to set up another time. Use this time to move forward in your creative projects. Please note: classes are not offered on District holidays. Dark Room – PhotoCentral has a superb state-of-the-art black and white darkroom accommodating 35mm to 4x5 negatives. Each station is self-contained and includes shelves and light safe drawers for paper storage. All chemicals and equipment are included. Digital Lab – Take a class or book open lab hours in our state-of-the-art digital lab. We offer three complete work stations to assist you with all your digital photography needs. Equipment includes a brand new Epson Stylus Pro 3880 for negative printing, an Epson Stylus Pro 4000 printer, an HP large format printer capable of 44 inch wide printing in both color and black and white and two Scanmaker 9800 12x17 flatbed scanners. Private Lessons – Call (510) 881-6721 or email photocentral@haywardrec.org to arrange. Private lessons, consultations and critiques are available with one of our talented PhotoCentral staff, including digital. Explore a topic of your choice with one-on-one assistance. Two-hour minimum at a rate of $69 per hour.

|  Special Interest | Ashland Bridge Club Sanctioned Duplicate Bridge offered to beginners through advanced and intermediate level players. Game awards masterpoints. Free plays to winners in each direction. 18 yr +

Th

10:30am-2:30pm

Ongoing

ACC

Conrad

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$8 per play

Easybridge! Especially for Beginners Learn to play bridge, exercise your mind, meet stimulating people and make new friends. Lessons are ongoing in these weekly games strictly for newcomers to bridge (and modern bridge); games are ACBL-sanctioned and award masterpoints. Presenter is an ACBL Silver Life Master and accredited ACBL Star Teacher and Director. 18 yr +

Th

12:30pm-4:00pm

WPCC

Solomon

$8 per play

Ongoing

CVCC

Staff

$2 per play

Lake Chabot Bridge Club Drop-in bridge. All Welcome! 18 yr +

Th

9:00am-12:00pm

Redwood Bridge Club ACBL-sanctioned Duplicate Bridge. Drop-in basis, masterpoints awarded. Terry’s “Tips for Tops” complimentary lesson offered 15 minutes prior to each Monday game. Instructor is an ACBL Gold Life Master and Accredited Star Teacher. 18 yr + 18 yr +

M W

12:30pm-4:15pm 11:15am-3:00pm

Ongoing Ongoing

KASCC KASCC

Terzian Terzian

$8 per play/$69 for 9 plays $8 per play/$69 for 9 plays

San Felipe Bridge Club Sanctioned Duplicate Bridge offered to beginners through advanced level players. Game awards masterpoints. 18 yr +

F

10:30am-2:30pm

Ongoing

SFCC

Dabney/Conrad

$8 per play

Writer’s Workshop

Adults – Special Interest

Ongoing

Designed for creative writers of all ages. Beginner and experienced writers are welcome to work on assignments or to complete their own projects. Students discuss each other’s work, share ideas, get plenty of professional advice and form creative friendships. Class requirement: Passion for writing. Instructor is a published author. 17511

18 yr +

M

7:30pm–8:30pm

Jul 2-Aug 6

CVCC

Krasov

$120

Sewing Classes

17490 15 yr +

Sa

9:00am-12:00pm

Jul 7

1

KASCC

Ragbotra

$30

Beginning Sewing PJ Pants – Prerequisite: Basic Sewing or must know how to operate a sewing machine. A great beginner’s project is drawstring or elastic waist pants, with the option of side pockets. While working on this project you’ll learn how to take correct measurements and select patterns accordingly. Find out about the grain of the fabric and its importance. Sew your project and learn many other useful tips while making your favorite PJ pants. Bring your sewing machine and tools to every class. 17494 15 yr +

Sa

9:00am-12:00pm

Jul 14-Jul 28

3

KASCC

Ragbotra

$75

DIY Alterations – Prerequisite: Beginning sewing or must know how to sew and use a sewing machine. Learn how to alter your clothes for a perfect fit, whether you want to repair the hem of pants or a skirt, replace buttons, take in or take out from the side seams and much more! Also learn what cannot be fixed. It’s more economical to do alterations yourself and save precious time and money. Bring any one garment that needs to be fixed. 17493 15 yr +

Sa

9:00am-12:00pm

Aug 25-Aug 25

1

KASCC

Ragbotra

$30

GED Classes for Spanish Speakers/Clases de GED en Español GED test preparation in Spanish. Please be sure to pre-register for classes. Students must purchase a required book for an additional fee. Clase de preparacion para la prueba GED (Secundaria) en Español. El estudiante necesitara comprar el libro de texto para la clase. 17748 18 yr +

Sa

1:30pm-3:30pm

Jun 23-Aug 25

10

ACC

Ramos

$45

Beginning Meditation This class will teach the distilled essence of various meditation practices that can lead to heightened awareness, increased concentration and deep relaxation. The emphasis will be “hands on” time to practice each technique. Students will be encouraged to share and learn from each other’s experience. 17884 14 yr +

M

7:00pm-8:15pm

Jul 9-Aug 6

5

SFCC

Rudnitzky

$75

Couponing Seeking new ways to save money? Interested in the “extreme couponing” craze? This 2-session course will teach you the basics of couponing, including where to find the best coupons, how to combine coupons with store sales for the biggest savings, and how to get cheap or free products to stock your pantry. 17519

15 yr +

T/Th

7:00pm-8:00pm

Jul 10-Jul 12

2

CVCC

Staff

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$20

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Sewing Machine Basics – Did you just purchase a sewing machine or have an old one, but don’t know how to use it? This class will help introduce you to your sewing machine. You will learn how to “wind” a bobbin, thread a machine, and sew straight, curved and corner seams; learn about stitch lengths, widths, and a lot more. Teens that are fashion minded are encouraged to take beginning sewing classes and explore the world of fashion. Bring your sewing machine and make sure it is in working condition.

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Adults – Special Interest/Sports/Tennis

|  Languages |

50

German Language Instruction Designed for those interested in speaking and understanding simple German sentences. Be immersed in the language at the first class. As the course progresses we will introduce German writing and reading. The Advanced class is for returning students wanting to further their language skills. Our teacher is a native German who just published her fifth book, My Father, Hermann Apett. Beginning 17486 10 yr +

Th

1:00pm-2:30pm

Jun 7-Aug 30

13

KASCC

Schmidt

$60

17487 10 yr +

Th

10:00am-11:30am

Jun 7-Aug 30

12

KASCC

Schmidt

$60

17488 10 yr +

Th

11:30am-1:00pm

Jun 7-Aug 30

12

KASCC

Schmidt

$60

Advanced

Intermediate

Mandarin Chinese Language Easy to learn and fun to meet new friends. We use the standard phonetic symbol method to teach you to speak Mandarin. Includes writing Chinese words. Come join us! 17489 18 yr +

W

9:30am-12:00pm

Jun 27-Aug 29

9

Adobe

Ku

$68

|  Sports |

Sports Field and Gym Rentals – see page 62. Adult Sports Leagues New teams interested in playing should pick up their packets at the District Office or call the Adult Sports Office at (510) 317-2314. Registration packets can also be downloaded at www.teamsideline.com/hayward. Adult Softball Leagues – Leagues are offered in Men’s, Women’s and Co-Ed Slowpitch and Men’s Fastpitch. Teams that participated in H.A.R.D.’s 2011 Leagues will be mailed registration packets automatically. Adult Soccer Leagues – Year-round soccer leagues at the Alden E. Oliver Sports Park of Hayward are available. Two Men’s “Open,” and a “Women’s Over 30” league will be offered. Adult Volleyball Leagues – Teams that played during the 2011 season will receive their information automatically. Bocce Ball Leagues – If you are interested in competing in a bocce ball league please call (510) 317-2303 to be placed on an interest list for future leagues. Leagues will be played at the Adobe Art Center in Castro Valley.

|  Tennis | Bring a tennis racket and a can of new tennis balls to first class.

Tennis – Beginner NTRP Rating of 1.0 Little or no previous experience or limited tennis playing experience. Students will learn basic grips and strokes (forehand, backhand, volley, serve, scoring and elements of game play). 17374 18 yr + 17375 18 yr +

Sa Su

9:00am-10:00am 10:00am-11:00am

Jun 2-Aug 4 Jun 3-Aug 5

10 10

BTTC BTTC

Lim Lim

$117 $117

Tennis – Advanced Beginner NTRP Rating of 2.0 Some previous experience or those who can carry on a short rally. Emphasis on improving basic strokes, footwork and serving. NOTE: Beginner class is recommended before taking this class. 17376 18 yr + 17379 18 yr+

Sa Su

10:00am-11:00am 11:10am-12:10pm

Jun 2-Aug 4 Jun 3-Aug 5

10 10

BTTC CVTC

Lim Savich

$117 $120

10

BTTC

Lim

$117

Tennis – Intermediate NTRP Rating of 3.0 17373 18 yr +

Su

9:00am-10:00am

Jun 3-Aug 5

Social Tennis League This league is designed to allow community members like you to find hitting partners and competitive play without joining a competitive team. Women and men of all levels of play are welcome. 17367 18 yr +

W

7:00pm-9:00pm

Jun 2-Aug 18

12

BTTC

Lim

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$48

Euro School of Tennis

17269 15 yr+ 17270 15 yr+

Sa W

12:45pm-1:45pm 8:30pm-9:30pm

Jun 16-Aug 11 Jun 20-Aug 15

8 8

GEOSP CVTC

Euro Tennis Staff Euro Tennis Staff

$98 $98

Intermediate/Advanced – The Intermediate/Advanced level is for those students who can hit the ball back and forth with consistency and have had some previous tennis instruction. Cross-court placement, services, lobs, overheads and strategy will be taught. 17278 15 yr+

Sa

4:00pm-5:00pm

Jun 16-Aug 11

8

GEOSP

Euro Tennis Staff

$98

| Golf |

Adults – Tennis/Golf

Wear tennis shoes, sports outfit and bring a tennis racquet. For more information, check out www.euroschooloftennis.com. For classes not meeting minimum enrollment, adjustments or combinations of classes will be made. Beginner – This is a class for adult students with little/no previous tennis experience. Students will learn the basic strokes and grips.

| Golf Instructional Staff | Combined 20+ years experience in golf instruction and operations. Certified Club Fitter for all major golf club manufacturers (Titleist, Cobra, Mizuno, Callaway, Ping, Cleveland). Our Mission is to increase the skill level of our students for their enjoyment of the game of golf.

James Calceta, PGA Head Golf Professional Skywest Golf Course 1401 Golf Course Road Hayward (510) 317-2322

Junior Summer Golf Camps – see page 9. |  Adult and Youth Golf Classes | Our programs include instruction on the golf swing, short game, club fitting, course management, practice techniques, rules and etiquette. We work with each student to help design a personal improvement program based on the individual’s goals. All Golf classes are held at Mission Hills of Hayward Driving Range, 275 Industrial Parkway, Hayward. Minimum of 4 students and maximum of 8 students per class. Junior 17154 17163 17156 17155 17162 17157

5-12 yr 5-12 yr 5-12 yr 5-12 yr 5-12 yr 5-12 yr

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

12:45pm-1:30pm 1:45pm-2:30pm 12:45pm-1:30pm 1:45pm-2:30pm 12:45pm-1:30pm 1:45pm-2:30pm

Jul 7-Jul 28 Jul 7-Jul 28 Aug 4-Aug 25 Aug 4-Aug 25 Sep 8-Sep 29 Sep 8-Sep 29

4 4 4 4 4 4

MHDR MHDR MHDR MHDR MHDR MHDR

Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff

$45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45

17158 17164 17160 17165 17166 17168

13 yr + 13 yr + 13 yr + 13 yr + 13 yr + 13 yr +

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

9:00am-10:00am 10:15am-11:15am 9:00am-10:00am 10:15am-11:15am 9:00am-10:00am 10:15am-11:15am

Jul 7-Jul 28 Jul 7-Jul 28 Aug 4-Aug 25 Aug 4-Aug 25 Sep 8-Sep 29 Sep 8-Sep 29

4 4 4 4 4 4

MHDR MHDR MHDR MHDR MHDR MHDR

Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff

$80 $80 $80 $80 $80 $80

17167 17159 17161

13 yr + 13 yr + 13 yr +

Sa Sa Sa

11:30am-12:30pm 11:30am-12:30pm 11:30am-12:30pm

Jul 7-Jul 28 Aug 4-Aug 25 Sep 8-Sep 29

4 4 4

MHDR MHDR MHDR

Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff

$80 $80 $80

Beginner

Intermediate

See Golf Course and Facilities information on page 59. See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

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Darin Lee Head Golf Professional Mission Hills of Hayward Golf Course 275 Industrial Parkway Hayward (510) 888-0207

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|  Seniors/Active Adults |

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Seniors/Active Adults

Ages 50 Years +

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The Hayward Area Recreation and Park District Senior/Active Adult classes and programs are geared to all Adults 50 years of age and older. The following H.A.R.D. facilities offer recreational, social and educational programs and activities that enhance the lives of Senior/Active Adults with the goal of helping older adults remain healthy, be active and stay independent. Programs and special events are announced in the “Expanding Horizons,” a newsletter for Senior/Active Adults, available at Centers listed below: Hayward Area Senior Center (HASC) 22325 North Third Street, Hayward | (510) 881-6766 Center Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:00pm Kenneth C. Aitken Senior and Community Center (KASCC) 17800 Redwood Road, Castro Valley | (510) 881-6738 Center Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:00pm

“Senior Satelite” Locations Matt Jimenez Community Center (MJCC) 28200 Ruus Road, Hayward | (510) 887-0400 Center Hours: Monday-Friday, 10:00am-1:00pm Ashland Community Center (ACC) 1530 167th Avenue, San Leandro | (510) 881-6755 Center Hours: Tuesday, 10:00am-1:00pm

|  Art | Art Studio 50 yr +

Th

9:00am-3:00pm

Jun 7-Aug 30

13

KASCC

Madson

17698 50 yr + 17699 50 yr + 17700 50 yr +

W W W

9:30am-12:30pm 9:30am-12:30pm 9:30am-12:30pm

Jul 11-Jul 25 Aug 1-Aug 29 Sep 5-Sep 26

3 5 4

HASC HASC HASC

Gunn Gunn Gunn

$15 $25 $20

55 yr +

T

9:00am-11:30am

Jul 3-Aug 7

KASCC

Gunn

$27

50 yr +

M

9:00am-12:00pm

Jun 11-Aug 27

12

KASCC

Stallknecht

17707 50 yr + 17708 50 yr + 17709 50 yr +

Th Th Th

12:00pm-2:00pm 12:00pm-2:00pm 12:00pm-2:00pm

Jul 5-Jul 26 Aug 2-Aug 30 Sep 6-Sep 27

4 5 4

HASC HASC HASC

Shaw Shaw Shaw

50 yr +

F

9:00am-11:00am

Jul 6-Aug 31

9

HASC

To

$5 drop-in

50 yr + 50 yr +

W T

12:30pm-3:00pm 10:00am-12:00pm

Jun 13-Aug 29 Jul 10-Sep 4

11 9

KASCC HASC

Belzer Volunteer

$1 drop-in $1 drop-in

50 yr +

F

9:00am-12:30pm

Jun 15-Aug 31

12

KASCC

Volunteer

$1 drop-in

17722 50 yr + 17723 50 yr + 17724 50 yr +

T T T

9:00am-11:00am 9:00am-11:00am 9:00am-11:00am

Jul 3-Jul 31 Aug 7-Aug 28 Sep 4-Sep 25

5 4 4

HASC HASC HASC

Underwood Underwood Underwood

Th

9:00am-12:00pm

Jul 5-Aug 30

9

HASC

Volunteer

Art and Painting

Art of Drawing and Painting Caning and Refinishing Ceramics Low Fire

Chinese Brush Painting Crochet and Knitting Needle Art

One Stroke Decorative Painting Quilting for Seniors 50 yr +

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$4 drop-in

$1 drop-in $20 $25 $20

$25 $20 $20 $2 drop-in

50 yr +

T

12:30pm-3:30pm

Jul 10-Sep 4

9

HASC

Volunteer

$2 drop-in

50 yr +

T/W/Th

9:00am-3:00pm

Jul 5-Sep 5

27 HASC

Volunteer

$2 drop-in

Woodworking and Crafts

|  Dance and Music | Ballroom Dance – Beginning T T T

7:00pm-8:00pm 7:00pm-8:00pm 7:00pm-8:00pm

Jul 10-Jul 31 Aug 7-Aug 28 Sep 4-Sep 25

4 4 4

HASC HASC HASC

Bautista Bautista Bautista

$20 $20 $20

17755 50 yr + 17756 50 yr + 17757 50 yr +

T T T

8:00pm-9:00pm 8:00pm-9:00pm 8:00pm-9:00pm

Jul 10-Jul 31 Aug 7-Aug 28 Sep 4-Sep 25

4 4 4

HASC HASC HASC

Bautista Bautista Bautista

$20 $20 $20

17758 50 yr + 17759 50 yr + 17760 50 yr +

Th Th Th

10:30am-12:00pm 10:30am-12:00pm 10:30am-12:00pm

Jul 5-Jul 26 Aug 2-Aug 30 Sep 6-Sep 27

4 5 4

HASC HASC HASC

Atkins Atkins Atkins

$16 $20 $16

50 yr +

Th

11:15am-12:15pm

Jun 14-Aug 30

12

KASCC

Hanan

$3 drop-in

Ballroom Dance – Intermediate Folk Dance for Seniors Hawaiian Hula Dance Line Dancing

5th Sunday Line Dance 50 yr +

Su

1:00pm-4:00pm

Jul 29

1

HASC

Nicolaus

$6 drop-in

50 yr + 50 yr + 17341 55 yr +

M W W

10:00am-11:30am 5:30pm-7:00pm 10:00am-11:30am

Jul 9-Aug 27 Jul 11-Sep 5 Jul 11-Aug 29

8 9

HASC HASC MJCC

Nicolaus Marez J. Jones

$3.50 drop-in $4 drop-in $3 drop-in

50 yr +

T

10:00am-12:00pm

Jun 12-Aug 28

12

KASCC

Nocera

$3.50 drop-in

50 yr + 50 yr +

M F

7:00pm-8:30pm 10:30am-12:00pm

Jul 9-Aug 27 Jul 6-Aug 31

8 9

HASC HASC

Clayton Nicolaus

$4 drop-in $3.50 drop-in

50 yr +

W

7:00pm-8:30pm

Jul 11-Sep 5

9

HASC

Marez

$4 drop-in

17340 55 yr + 17342 55 yr +

M F

10:00am-11:30am 10:00am-11:30am

Jul 2-Aug 27 Jul 6-Aug 31

MJCC MJCC

J. Jones J. Jones

$3 drop-in $3 drop-in

50 yr +

F

1:00pm-2:30pm

Jun 15-Aug 31

12

KASCC

Athern

$2 drop-in

50 yr +

M

10:00am-11:30am

Jun 11-Aug 27

12

KASCC

Graban

Free

50 yr + 50 yr +

T Th

1:00pm-3:00pm 10:00am-11:30am

Jul 10-Aug 28 Jul 5-Aug 30

8 9

HASC HASC

Rogers Herman

Free Free

50 yr +

W

1:00pm-2:30pm

Jun 13-Aug 29

11

KASCC

Will

$1 drop-in

50 yr +

M

2:00pm-3:00pm

Jun 11-Aug 27

12

KASCC

Zigenis

$1 drop-in

50 yr +

F

5:30pm-7:30pm

Jul 6-Aug 31

8

HASC

Lucas

$4 drop-in

Line Dance – Beginning

Line Dance – Beginning-Intermediate Line Dance – Advanced/Beginning Line Dance – Intermediate

Line Dance – Intermediate/Advanced Line Dance Social

Live Band Dance 3-Piece Band

Operas and Ballet for Music Lovers Senior Sing-Along Soul Line Dance

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

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17751 50 yr + 17752 50 yr + 17753 50 yr +

Seniors/Active Adults

Wood Carving

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Tap Dance Adult Tap I 17788 50 yr + 17789 50 yr + 17928 50 yr +

Th Th Th

2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm

Jun 21-Jul 12 Jul 19-Aug 9 Aug 16-Sep 6

4 4 4

CVPA-2 CVPA-2 CVPA-2

Nordgren-Taddi Nordgren-Taddi Nordgren-Taddi

$20 $20 $20

17785 18040 17786 17787 17959

50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr +

M M Th Th Th

12:30pm-1:30pm 12:30pm-1:30pm 1:00pm-2:00pm 1:00pm-2:00pm 1:00pm-2:00pm

Jul 16-Aug 6 Aug 13-Sep 10 Jun 21-Jul 12 Jul 19-Aug 9 Aug 16-Sep 6

4 4 4 4 4

CVPA-2 CVPA-2 CVPA-2 CVPA-2 CVPA-2

Nordgren-Taddi Nordgren-Taddi Nordgren-Taddi Nordgren-Taddi Nordgren-Taddi

$20 $20 $20 $20 $20

50 yr +

T 2:00pm-4:00pm (1st, 3rd & 5th)

Jul 17-Sep 4

5

HASC

Volunteer

Seniors/Active Adults

Adult Tap II

Ukulele (Practice)

$1 drop-in

|  Foreign Language | French – Conversational 17881 50 yr + 17882 50 yr + 17883 50 yr +

W W W

10:00am-11:30am 10:00am-11:30am 10:00am-11:30am

Jul 11-Jul 25 Aug 1-Aug 15 Sep 5-Sep 26

3 3 4

HASC HASC HASC

Avellar Avellar Avellar

$15 $15 $20

17885 50 yr +

T

1:00pm-2:00pm

Jul 10-Aug 28

8

HASC

Kiraly

$10

17886 50 yr +

T

2:00pm-3:00pm

Jul 10-Aug 28

8

HASC

Kiraly

$10

German – Conversational I

German – Conversational II

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Afghan Aging Program

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The Afghan Elderly Association is providing a healthy aging program that includes exercise classes, yoga, diabetes class, health education workshops, medication management, weight management program and a nutritional lunch and is open to seniors of all races, ethnicities, religions and nationalities.

Breathe, Meditate, Heal 17921 50 yr + 17922 50 yr + 17923 50 yr +

W W W

2:15pm-3:15pm 2:15pm-3:15pm 2:15pm-3:15pm

Jul 11-Jul 25 Aug 1-Aug 29 Sep 5-Sep 26

3 5 4

17605 60 yr +

M,W,F

11:30am-12:30pm

Jun 11-Aug 31

35 ACC

55 yr + 55 yr + 55 yr +

M/W/F W/F W/F

5:45pm-6:45pm 8:00am-9:00am 9:00am-10:00am

Jun 25-Aug 15 Jun 27-Aug 17 Jun 27-Aug 17

17764 50 yr + 17765 50 yr + 17766 50 yr +

M M M

9:40am-10:45am 9:40am-10:45am 9:40am-10:45am

Jul 2-Jul 30 Aug 6-Aug 27 Sep 10-Sep 24

50 yr +

Th

3:00pm-3:30pm

50 yr +

F 3:00pm-4:00pm (1st, 3rd & 5th)

Exercise for Frail Seniors

Fitness for Active Adults/Seniors Fitness After 50 Laugh Yoga

Meditation for Health

HASC HASC HASC

Jean Jean Jean

$15 $25 $20

N/A

KASCC KASCC KASCC

Schmidt Hollfelder Hollfelder

$54 $35 $35

5 4 3

HASC HASC HASC

Valentine Valentine Valentine

$25 $20 $15

Jun 14-Aug 30

12

KASCC

Volunteer

$1 drop-in

Jul 6-Aug 31

5

HASC

Dr. Martin

$3 drop-in

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

Nice & Easy Movement 10:00am-11:15am

Jun 27-Aug 17

17891 50 yr + 17892 50 yr + 17893 50 yr +

W W W

8:45am-9:45am 8:45am-9:45am 8:45am-9:45am

Jul 11-Jul 25 Aug 1-Aug 29 Sep 5-Sep 26

3 5 4

50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr +

T W F

10:00am-11:00am 2:00pm-3:30pm 10:00am-11:15am

Jul 3-Aug 28 Jun 13-Aug 29 Jun 15-Aug 31

9 HASC 24 KASCC KASCC

Volunteer Volunteer Volunteer

17903 50 yr + 17904 50 yr + 17905 50 yr +

W W W

1:00pm-2:00pm 1:00pm-2:00pm 1:00pm-2:00pm

Jul 11-Jul 25 Aug 1-Aug 29 Sep 5-Sep 26

3 5 4

HASC HASC HASC

Jean Jean Jean

$15 $25 $20

17929 17930 17931 17934 17935 17936

50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr +

F F F Th Th Th

9:30am-10:30am 9:30am-10:30am 9:30am-10:30am 9:00am-10:00am 9:00am-10:00am 9:00am-10:00am

Jul 6-Jul 27 Aug 3-Aug 31 Sep 7-Sep 28 Jul 5-Jul 26 Aug 2-Aug 30 Sep 6-Sep 27

4 5 4 4 5 4

HASC HASC HASC HASC HASC HASC

Triggs Triggs Triggs McAlister McAlister McAlister

$16 $20 $16 $16 $20 $16

50 yr +

Th

10:00am-11:00am

Jun 14-Aug 30

12

KASCC

Volunteer

$2 drop-in

17942 50 yr + 17943 50 yr + 17944 50 yr +

M M M

8:45am-9:45am 8:45am-9:45am 8:45am-9:45am

Jul 2-Jul 30 Aug 6-Aug 27 Sep 10-Sep 24

5 4 3

HASC HASC HASC

Korzun Korzun Korzun

50 yr +

Th

1:30pm-2:30pm

Jun 14-Aug 30

12

KASCC

Low

50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr +

F F F T T T

2:50pm-3:50pm 2:50pm-3:50pm 2:50pm-3:50pm 8:45am-9:45am 8:45am-9:45am 8:45am-9:45am

Jul 6-Jul 27 Aug 3-Aug 31 Sep 7-Sep 28 Jul 3-Jul 31 Aug 7-Aug 28 Sep 4-Sep 25

4 5 4 5 4 4

HASC HASC HASC HASC HASC HASC

Tayag Tayag Tayag Tayag Tayag Tayag

$20 $25 $20 $25 $20 $20

QiGong (Practice)

Stretch and Strength

Tai Chi Chih – All Levels

Tai Chi Chuan – Advanced Yoga

Yuan Chih (Chinese Aerobics) Zumba Gold 17951 17952 17953 17954 17955 17956

KASCC

Farrell

$31

HASC HASC HASC

Korzun Korzun Korzun

$15 $25 $20 $1 drop-in $1 drop-in $1 drop-in

$25 $15 $15 $1 drop-in

|  Special Interest | Art of Creative Writing 17958 50 yr +

M

1:00pm-3:00pm

Sep 10-Nov 26

11

HASC

Volunteer

$10

50 yr +

M

10:30am-11:30am

Jun 11-Aug 27

12

KASCC

Volunteer

$1 drop-in

50 yr +

Th

1:00pm-3:00pm

Jun 14-Aug 30

12

KASCC

Volunteer

$1 drop-in

50 yr +

T

1:00pm-2:00pm

Jun 12-Aug 28

12

KASCC

Athearn

$5 Per Hour

55 yr + 55 yr + 55 yr + 55 yr + 55 yr + 55 yr +

T F T F T F

9:30am-11:30am 9:30am-11:30am 9:30am-11:30am 9:30am-11:30am 9:30am-11:30am 9:30am-11:30am

Jul 3-Jul 31 Jul 6-Jul 27 Aug 7-Aug 28 Aug 3-Aug 31 Sep 4-Sep 25 Sep 7-Sep 28

5 4 4 5 4 4

MJCC MJCC MJCC MJCC MJCC MJCC

Nohr Nohr Nohr Nohr Nohr Nohr

50 yr +

T

12:30pm-2:30pm

Jun 12-Aug 28

12

KASCC

Volunteer

17603 60 yr +

T

9:00am-1:00pm

Jun 19-Sep 4

12

ACC and Park

N/A

Books and Conversation Current Events

Internet/Surf the Web Memory Academy 17346 17347 17348 17349 17350 17351

Shakespeare/Cultural Literacy Senior Tuesdays

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$25 $20 $20 $25 $20 $20 $1 drop-in

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W/F

Seniors/Active Adults

55 yr +

Pilates

55

|  Sports/Games/Cards | Badminton 50 yr +

W

8:30am-11:00am

Jul 11-Aug 29

8

50 yr + 50 yr +

M-F M-F

8:30am-4:00pm 8:30am-4:00pm

Jul 5-Sep 5 Jun 11-Aug 31

43 HASC 59 KASCC

$1 drop-in $1 drop-in

50 yr + 50 yr +

M/Th T

1:15pm-3:30pm 1:00pm-3:30pm

Jul 5-Sep 3 Jun 12-Aug 28

18 12

HASC KASCC

$1.50-11.50 $1.50-11.50

HASC KASCC

Seniors/Active Adults

Billards Bingo

Bridge – Drop-in

HASC

$1 drop-in

Bridge – Duplicate 50 yr + 50 yr +

W F

12:00pm-4:00pm 12:00pm-4:00pm

Jul 11-Sep 5 Jun 15-Aug 31

9 12

50 yr +

M/T

9:00am-12:00pm

Jun 11-Aug 28

24 KASCC

50 yr +

M/F

12:30pm-4:00pm

Jul 6-Sep 3

18

HASC

Volunteer

50¢ drop-in

50 yr +

Th

1:30pm-3:30pm

Jun 14-Aug 30

12

KASCC

Volunteer

$1 drop-in

50 yr +

T/F

9:00am-4:00pm

Jun 12-Aug 31

50 yr + 50 yr +

W F

11:00am-4:00pm 10:45am-1:45pm

Jul 6-Sep 5 Jul 6-Sep 5

Bridge – Party Style

Chess

Nintendo Wii Pinnochle Table Tennis Tennis

Volunteer

50¢ drop-in

KASCC 9 9

HASC HASC

50¢ drop-in $1 drop-in

50¢ drop-in Volunteer Volunteer

$1.50 drop-in $1.50 drop-in

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Senior Social Tennis League – This league is designed to allow community members like you to find hitting partners and competitive play without joining a competitive team. Women and men of all levels of play are welcome. Bring a tennis racket and a can of new tennis balls to first class.

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17366 55 yr + 17368 55 yr + 17369 55 yr +

W/F W F

9:30am-11:30am 9:30am-11:30am 9:30am-11:30am

Jul 11-Sep 14 Jul 11-Sep 12 Jul 13-Sep 14

20 BTTC 10 BTTC 10 BTTC

Lau/Tungall Lau/Tungall Lau/Tungall

$72 $36 $36

| Golden Nook Boutique Gift Shop | Handmade items for sale by talented seniors in our community. Located at the Hayward Area Senior Center, (between the Japanese Gardens and Douglas Morrisson Theatre). Great shopping opportunity for unique and affordable gifts. We are also seeking new artists to sell handmade items. Sales are on commission; this is a great opportunity to make a little extra money. Call for hours, directions or more information, (510) 881-6766.

| Social Services | Mercy Brown Bag Program Mercy Retirement and Care Center distributes a bag of nutritional food to low-income seniors. Participants must pre-qualify. 60 yr + F (2nd & 4th) M (2nd & 4th)

2:00pm-3:00pm 8:30am-9:30am

Jul 13-Aug 24 Jun 25-Aug 27

4 4

HASC ACC

Jul 5-Sep 4

50 HASC & KASCC

Free Free

Luncheons 50 yr + M-F

12:00pm-1:00pm

Fee Varies

Seminars and Workshops The Senior Centers strive to keep you healthy, active and independent. The Senior Centers maintain an up to date information and referral file. The Senior Center staff also schedule Blood Pressure Screenings, Legal Assistance, Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy, Income Tax Assistance, Health Screenings that include foot care, Brown Bag Food Distribution for low-income seniors and much more. Both Senior Centers offer seminars and workshops such as AARP Driver Safety Program, Medicare and Retirement seminars. In addition we offer a “Welcome and Get Acquainted” Program for new participants. Call the Senior Center for more information.

Senior Tuesdays This is a free program for older adults providing an array of activities designed to promote health and well-being. Activities include Bingo, coffee social, exercise, Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP), Healthy Living Council, low-cost lunch and wellness classes. Register on-site. Call (510) 881-6755 for more information. 60 yr + T

9:00am-1:00pm

Ongoing

ACC Donations accepted

See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$3.25 hot lunch

Walk Ashland 60 yr + W

11:00am-11:30am

11

ACC

FREE

| Trips and Tours | Experience local, regional and international trips with the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District. Local day trips are taken on a regular basis from the Hayward Senior Center and the Kenneth Aitken Senior Center. Trip destinations include San Francisco, Monterey, local gardens and museums and more. Trips are also planned to local casinos such as Cache Creek, Red Hawk and more! Alaska Discovery Land and Cruise: September 4-16, 2012 – Featuring a 7-night Southbound Cruise aboard the Diamond Princess. 13 Days, 21 meals. Highlights include: Fairbanks, Stern Wheeler, Discovery, Denali National Park, Music of Denali Theater, McKinley, McKinley Express Rail, Anchorage, Whittier, Hubbard Glacier, Glacier Bay, Skagway, Juneau, Ketchikan, Inside Passage. Rates begin at $3,649 per person, double occupancy, Inside Cabin Rates. Call (510) 881-6768 for more information on this great tour.

| Special Needs Program |

Seniors/Active Adults | Special Needs

United Seniors of Oakland and Alameda County and the walkable Neighborhoods for Seniors Walk Club walk around the park and neighborhood once a week. Register at class. Participants must sign a waiver to participate.

| Sorensdale Recreation Center |

The Sorensdale Saturday Program

Co-Sponsored by the Wrinkle Foundation Sorensdale Recreation Center Program Hours: 10:00am-3:00pm | Fee: $4 per person Summer Dates: June 16, July 7, July 21, August 4, August 18, September 1 Provides local special needs youth and adults a place to socialize and enjoy themselves through numerous positive activities such as music, dancing, arts & crafts, card games, movies, and special guest entertainers. Participants must provide their own lunch. For more information call Douglas James (510) 927-7192 or Sorensdale (510) 881-6778.

Treasure Chest Thrift Shop Sorensdale Recreation Center, Room 9 Open Tuesdays and 1st Saturday of the month, 11:00am-3:00pm Stop by our shop, you may find that special treasure you’ve been looking for. We also accept donations Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm. Call (510) 881-6778 for more information or directions. See pages 59-61 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

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275 Goodwin Street, Hayward | Phone: (510) 881-6778 Summer Quarter: June 11-September 2, 2012 Program Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm Center Closed: July 4 (Independence Day), July 16-July 20 (Summer Break) The Sorensdale Recreation Center is a facility and program of the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District. The primary purpose of the program is to provide opportunities for people with an intellectual disability (i.e., developmental disabilities) to learn and practice recreational, educational, daily living and community skills. Other criteria for program participants include: being 22 years old or older or being between the ages of 18 and 22 and possessing a high school diploma; having the ability to independently feed oneself; having the ability to independently toilet oneself; and having no history of physical aggression. Program activities include functional literacy, functional math, computer skills, job preparation skills, communication skills, personal health skills, physical fitness, gardening, arts and crafts, performing arts and music. Life skills learned in the classroom are practiced in the community. The geographic service area is Central Alameda County which includes Hayward, Castro Valley, San Lorenzo, and San Leandro. We will also accept applications on behalf of residents of Southern Alameda County; Fremont, Newark and Union City. The fee is $220 month for residents or vendorization through The Regional Center of the East Bay. An application process must be completed before entry into the program.

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| Theatre Arts |

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Theater Arts

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22311 North Third Street, Hayward | (510) 881-6777 In continuous operation since 1979, the Douglas Morrisson Theatre offers year-round entertainment for the entire family through a season of plays, musicals, and choral concerts. We also offer numerous opportunities to get involved in your local theatre as a performer or part of a production crew. For season calendars, schedules, directions, sneak peeks backstage, volunteer opportunities, and more, please visit us at www.dmtonline.org.

Coming Up at the Douglas Morrisson Theatre! “The Member of the Wedding”

“Grey Gardens”

By Carson McCullers June 7 – July 1, 2012 Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays: 8:00pm Sundays: 2:00pm Saturday, June 23 will also have a 2:00pm showing Winner of the 1950 New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award for Best Play A poignant coming-of-age story adapted by Carson McCullers from her own novel. Twelve-year-old tomboy Frankie is restless and lonely. Playing threehanded bridge with her six-year-old cousin and the family cook, she dreams of escaping the Georgia heat with her big brother and his fiancée, and becoming “the we of me.”

Book by Doug Wright Music by Scott Frankel Lyrics by Michael Korie September 6 – September 30, 2012 Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays: 8:00pm Sundays: 2:00pm Saturday, November 22 will also have a 2:00pm showing Winner of three Tony Awards in 2007 This serio-comic musical version of the 1975 documentary about Edith Ewing Bouvier Beale and her daughter, Edith Bouvier Beale, the aunt and cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, follows the lives of “Big Edie” and “Little Edie” from their glory days in 1941 to their reclusive, eccentric existence in 1973.

“Broke-ology” By Nathan Louis Jackson August 7, 2012, 8:00pm Join us for the third production in our “Bare Bones” staged reading series: edgier pieces by contemporary writers. No sets, costumes, or tech stuff; just great stories.

The Morrisson Theatre Chorus under the Musical Direction of Cesar Cancino presents

“Around the World” August 3 and 4 at 8:00pm and August 5 at 2:00pm

A celebration of music from around the globe.

Ticket Prices for the 2012 Season Adult Seniors (60 yr +) Students/Juniors

Thursday/Friday/Saturday Evenings and Sunday Matinees

Saturday Matinees

Previews

Chorus Concerts

$28 $25 $20

$20 $15 $12

$10 $10 $10

$15 $12 $10

Order tickets online at www.dmtonline.org or by phone at (510) 881-6777. Special Discounts Available for Groups of 10 or More!

Skywest Golf Course 1401 Golf Course Road, Hayward | (510) 317-2316 or (510) 317-2300 | www.skywestgc.com

Mission Hills of Hayward Golf Course 275 Industrial Parkway, Hayward | (510) 888-0200 | www.missionhillsgc.com

Golf Course Policies

Golf Tournaments

Facilities – Golf

• All players are expected to keep up with the group in front of them. Our golf course Marshals will enforce our Pace of Play Policy with all groups. • No children under 6 years of age allowed on golf course unless they are players. • No ice chests allowed. • Only non-metal spikes are allowed. • Shirt and shoes required. Tournaments are available for groups of 16 or more. Please call (510) 317-2325 for inquiries on Tournaments for all facilities.

Tee Time Reservation For Tee Time Reservations please call the Golf Course. Skywest Driving Range opens at daylight every day.

Come Visit the Finest Driving Range in the Bay Area!

(510) 881-6730 • Double Deck 50-Stall Driving Range • State-of-the-Art Bunker Lighting • Fully Stocked Golf Shop • Golf Lessons Driving Range Fees Range Cards Small $6 50 balls $50 ($60 value) Medium $10 100 balls $100 ($125 value) Large $12 150 balls

Skywest Golf Course Pavilion Imagine the possibilities . . .

Golf Tournaments | Special Occasions Weddings | Family Activities | Birthdays Corporate Events | Anniversaries

Call (510) 317-2325 Mission Hills Bar & Grill Located at Mission Hills of Hayward Golf Course 275 Industrial Parkway, Hayward | (510) 200-9343

L.A. Critzer Jr. Clubhouse Located at Skywest Golf Course 1401 Golf Course Road, Hayward | (510) 278-8811

Serving Golfers and General Public Breakfast • Lunch • Appetizers • Full Service Bar Open 7 days a week, 7:00am to Dusk

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| Registration | Register early . . . classes fill quickly! Please, no mail-in or District Office walk-in registration for swim classes.

Registration

Please refer to Aquatics program information on page 11 of this Activities Guide.

Registration Guidelines

Refund Policy

Correctly completed registrations will have priority. Registration with unsigned Liability Agreement will not be processed until signed. Class spaces will not be held. Only one form is needed for each household. Registrants from separate households wishing to register for the same class should mail separate registration forms in the same envelope.

Refunds/Credits will be issued only upon cancellation of a class/activity by the District – no exceptions. Refunds/Credits will be pro-rated for any classes already provided. Refunds may take up to 21 days to process. If you withdraw from a class one week prior to the first class meeting, you may receive a Client Credit for the registration period. Client Credits will be issued within 21 days of the class and can be used for any District program. Refunds, cancellations and transfer of classes are subject to a $2 service charge per class for classes $15 and under; $5 service charge per class for classes $16 and over. Credits will not be issued after the second class meeting.

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Resident mail-in or fax registration forms received prior to May 2 will be held by the registration staff. On May 2 at 8:30am, random processing of these forms will begin and will continue until all classes have been filled. Forms received after this date will be processed in the order received. Make checks payable to H.A.R.D. Read, sign and date the Liability Agreement. Fill in the name of any applicants under the age of 18 on the line provided in the text of the agreement. Mail your completed Registration Form and Liability Release, fees and a self-addressed stamped envelope to: H.A.R.D. Registration, 1099 “E” Street, Hayward, CA 94541.

Fax Resident Registration Processing Begins May 9 The Registration Form on page 61 may be faxed to 881-6763. Please remember to check Visa, MasterCard or American Express and include the number and expiration date and sign the form. Visa, MasterCard and American Express are the only methods of payment accepted by fax. To confirm that we have received your fax please call 881-6700 immediately after sending. Please do not mail after faxing.

Walk-In, Non-Resident, Non-Resident Online Registration Processing Begins May 9 Walk-in and non-resident registration begins on May 9. For walk-in registration locations, look for specific registration information with your class information in this brochure or call the District Office at 881-6700. Check for specific locations in the class information of this brochure or drop registration off at the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District Office, 1099 “E” Street, Hayward. Non-resident mail-in or fax registration forms received prior to May 9 will be held by the registration staff. On May 9 random processing of these forms will begin on a space available basis. Non-resident fee is $10 in addition to resident fees and applies to each class for which you register.

District Holidays July 4 (Independence Day), September 3 (Labor Day).

Returned Check Policy If for any reason your check is not honored by the bank and is returned to the Recreation and Park District, a $25 service charge will be levied.

Class Fee Policy Class fees will not be pro-rated for participants joining after the first class. Senior District Residents (60+ years) will receive a 25% registration discount for classes except for Senior Programs, Golf Programs and Adult Tennis Leagues.

Some Common Questions . . . Did I get my class? If you sent your self-addressed stamped envelope, a copy of your registration confirmation will be returned. Bring it to your first class. If you have not received confirmation by May 9, please call 881-6700. No places will be held by telephone. No confirmation will be returned without your self-addressed stamped envelope. Can I visit my child’s class? Attendance is limited to registered participants only. The Recreation District has no personnel available to supervise children before or after scheduled classes. Sorry, no parents in children’s classes either. What about full or cancelled classes? The District sets minimum and maximum numbers of participants for classes. We will take a waiting list for any class and will attempt to schedule a new class when a sufficient number has signed up. Classes will be cancelled if the minimum registrations are not received. It is helpful to include a second choice if possible. Are there any age limits? Where “Age Level” is indicated, your child must be that age on the starting day of the program unless otherwise noted. Some partial scholarships are available based on need and funds available. Please call (510) 881-6700 or info@haywardrec.org for more information.

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Sex

EXT.

Birthdate / / / / / /

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Class Name

FIRST CHOICE

Signature: n Parent n Guardian n Participant

Date:

PARENTAL CONSENT: (To be completed and signed by parent/ guardian if applicant is under 18 years of age) I hereby consent that my son/daughter, ____________________, participate in the [above] activity [described in this brochure], and I hereby execute the above Agreement, Waiver, and Release on his/her behalf. I state that said minor is physically able to participate in said activity. I hereby agree to indemnify and hold the persons and entities mentioned above free and harmless from any loss, liability, damage, cost, or expense which they may incur as a result of the death or injury or property damage that said minor may sustain while participating in said activity. I HAVE CAREFULLY READ THIS AGREEMENT, WAIVER AND RELEASE AND FULLY UNDERSTAND ITS CONTENTS. I AM AWARE THAT THIS IS A RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND A CONTRACT BETWEEN MYSELF AND THE HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT AND I SIGN IT OF MY FREE WILL.

Class Number

OTHER PHONE (CELLULAR, EMERGENCY)

(

)

LIABILITY AGREEMENT, WAIVER, AND RELEASE

Participant’s First and Last Name

HOME PHONE

(

ZIP

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I have carefully read description of class(es) for which I/we are registering and in consideration for being permitted by the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District to participate in the [above] activity [described in this brochure], I hereby waive, release and discharge any and all claims for damages for personal injury, death, or property damage which I may have, or which may hereafter accrue to me, as a result of participation in said activity. This release is intended to discharge in advance the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District (its officers, employees, and agents) from any and all liability arising out of or connected in any way with my participation in said activity, even though that liability may arise out of negligence or carelessness on the part of the persons or entities mentioned above. It is understood that this activity involves an element of risk and danger of accidents and knowing those risks I hereby assume those risks. It is further agreed that this waiver, release and assumption of risk is to be binding on my heirs and assigns. I agree to indemnify and to hold the above persons or entities free and harmless from any loss, liability, damage, cost, or expense which they may incur as the result of my death or injury or property damage that I may sustain while participating in said activity.

WORK PHONE

(

EMAIL ADDRESS

)

STREET

ADDRESS

CITY

LAST NAME

FIRST NAME

Class Number

$ $ $

FEES

n Check: # n Amex

Exp. Date:

I understand that by providing my email address I am giving the District permission to sign me up for e-news alerts including District related Constant Contact, Facebook, and District and program alerts. I understand I may unsubscribe at any time. I understand my email address will not be sold.

E-MARKETING SIGN-UP:

• Registration will not be processed unless ALL of the information is completely filled out and the liability agreement (left) has been signed. • For confirmation, send a stamped, self–addressed envelope.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Credit Signature:

n Cash n Client Credit n Visa n MasterCard Card Number:

PAYMENT METHOD:

$ TOTAL AMOUNT DUE: $ PLEASE NOTE: Our registration software system will charge a non-refundable $2 per transaction fee for online registration.

NON-RESIDENT FEE IS ADDITIONAL $10 PER CLASS # of classes _________ x $10 per class =

Class Name

SECOND CHOICE

www.haywardrec.org

Make check payable to: H.A.R.D. Mail to: 1099 “E” Street, Hayward, CA 94541 Fax to: (510) 881-6763

REGISTRATION FORM

HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT

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Facilities – Rentals

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Community Parks and Facilities are available for private use for wedding receptions, parties, meetings, exhibits, socials, and other rentals. Priorities for use and fees are based upon the type of group, organization or individual requesting the reservation. A minimum of 30 days advance notice is required when requesting a rental. In addition to community centers, rentals are available for swim centers, barbeque picnic areas, Rowell Ranch Rodeo Grounds, and birthday party areas. For rental information please call the Recreation District Office at (510) 881-6700 or visit www.haywardrec.org.

Meek Estate West Terrace Gazebo

Picnic Site Reservations The vast majority of our parks feature picnic sites which are available on a first come-first served basis (see pages 64-66). To better accommodate group picnic use we also will reserve sites at 13 of our parks. The parks are: Alden E. Oliver Sports Park of Hayward, Memorial Park (picnic site), Cannery Park, Mt. Eden Park, Carlos Bee Park, Rowell Ranch, Castro Valley Community Park, San Felipe Community Park, East Avenue Park, San Lorenzo Community Park, Kennedy Park, Weekes Community Park, and Meek Park. No Jumpers allowed, please. Fee charges vary according to area. Non resident fees may be applicable. For reservation information please call the Recreation District Office at (510) 881-6700.

Skywest Golf Course Pavilion Imagine the possibilities – Special occasions, anniversaries, weddings, family activities, birthdays, corporate events and golf tournament catering. For elite catering call (510) 278-8811. For rentals call skywest golf course (510) 317-2325.

Tennis Court Reservations All tennis courts are available at no charge on a first come, first served basis unless reserved (see pages 64-66 for locations). Fees for tennis court reservations are $9 per hour per court. Court reservations can be made by phone at (510) 881-6700. $2 fee charged for each change/cancellation.

Sports Field and Gym Rentals Practices, Leagues and Tournaments – Groups interested in reserving an outdoor sports field for practices, leagues or tournament play can contact the Adult Sports Office at (510) 317-2314. The District has a wide range of facilities capable of accommodating a variety of special sporting events, leagues and tournaments. Meek Estate West Terrace will provide a beautiful venue for a small wedding or event in an historic setting. See page 8 for details!

Skywest Golf Course Pavilion

Recreation Area 19501 Hesperian Blvd., Hayward

Family Fun Activities Kennedy Park has all the right ingredients for a great family picnic! • • • • • •

Express Train Ride • Snack Bar Tennis Courts • Playground Merry-Go-Round • Pony Ride* Picnic Areas** • Bounce* Horseshoe Courts Triple Pines Ranch Petting Zoo

Kennedy Park Express Train Ride.

*Pony Ride and Bounce open on selected weekend dates. **For picnic area reservation information, call (510) 881-6700.

For information call (510) 670-7275 or email: parkdept@haywardrec.org

Applications for part-time Park Ranger positions now available.

Attention People Owners! Tired of dragging “THEM” around? Don’t despair, check out the off-leash Dog Park at the San Lorenzo Community Park, 1970 Via Buena Vista and the off-leash area at Earl Warren Park, 4660 Crow Canyon Road in Castro Valley. DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED AT: Alden E. Oliver Sports Park of Hayward, Japanese Gardens, Kennedy Park, Southgate Park, Weekes Park, Meek Park, Centennial Park, Castro Valley Community Park, Sulphur Creek Nature Center, Hayward Shoreline, J. Kenneth Birchfield Park, in buildings, playgrounds, courts, or any park athletic fields, except for assist dogs for the disabled. Edendale Park and Dog Park – Edendale Park is a small, one-acre parcel adjacent to Edendale Middle School located at 16278 Ashland Avenue in San Lorenzo. This park features a Dog Park and includes large dog and small dog areas. This newest dog park is an off-leash area for all pet owners to come out and enjoy! In addition, the park has a youth play structure area that is ADA accessible!

Need a gift for that special person? Give the gift of recreation!

Gift certificates are available at the District office, or call (510) 881-6700.

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Concessions are open weekends, school vacations, and most holidays, 11:30am-4:30pm, weather permitting. Train ride . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.50 Pony ride* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3.00 Merry-go-round . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.50 Bounce* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.50 Triple Pines Ranch Petting Zoo . . . . .$1.50 Special $4 discount ticket includes 3-$1.50 admissions for the train, petting zoo, Bounce,* or merry-go-round. For additional savings you may purchase 25-$1.50 admissions for $30.

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Adobe Adobe Center Adobe Park 20395 San Miguel, CV ARAN Arans Art Studio 3313 Village Dr., CV Arroyo High School 15701 Lorenzo, SLz AEOSP Alden E. Oliver Sports Park 2580 Eden Park Pl., Hay ASC Arroyo Swim Center 15701 Lorenzo, SLz ACC Ashland Community Center 1530 167th, SL BTTC BTP Bay Trees Tennis Park 19855 Cull Canyon, CV Bechtel Mini Park 22798 Ross Place, Hay BGCR Bermuda Gardens 1475 167th Ave., SL Bidwell Park 175 Fairway, Hay Birchfield Park Santa Clara & Winton, Hay Bohannon School 800 Bockman, SLz Brenkwitz School 2560 Darwin, Hay Bret Harte School 1047 “E” St., Hay BURB Burbank School 353 “B” St., Hay CANP Cannery Park 125 “B” St., Hay Canyon Middle School 1960 Cull Canyon, CV Canyon View Park Farm Hill & Daisy, Hay Carlos Bee Park 1905 Grove, CV Castro Valley Creek Park 3600 Norbridge, CV Castro Valley High School California, CV CVL Castro Valley Library 3600 Norbridge, CV CVPA-1 Castro Valley Performing Arts 3738 CV Blvd., CV CVPA-2 Castro Valley Performing Arts 3574 Somerset Ave., CV CVSC Castro Valley Swim Center Mabel, CV CVCC Castro Valley Park Community Center CVTC CV Tennis Courts 18988 Lake Chabot, CV Centennial Park 24000 Amador, Hay CFD Center for the Dance 20391 Anita, CV Cherryland Park 198 Grove, Hay Children’s Park at Giuliani Plaza Mission Blvd. & “D” St., Hay Christian Penke Park Tahoe & Morningside, Hay College Heights Park 27020 Fielding, Hay Colonial Acres School 17115 Meekland, Hay CONHS Conley-Caraballo High School 541 Blanche, Hay Dance Co Dance Company 1585 “B” St., Hay Deerview Park 5780 Thousand Oaks, CV Del Rey Park Bockman & Channel, SLz DMT Douglas Morrisson Theatre 22311 North Third St., Hay EAABs Martial Arts Studio, 1252 “A” St., Hay Earl Warren Park 4660 Crow Canyon, CV EAP East Avenue Park 3221 East Ave., Hay East Avenue School 2474 East Ave., Hay Eden Greenway Cypress at Harder, Hay Edendale Park 16278 Ashland, SLz EHCR Eden House 1601 165th Ave., SL Eldridge Park Hamric at Rieger, Hay El Rancho Verde Field 32001 Trevor, Hay El Rancho Verde Park 541 Blanche, Hay Fairmont Linear Park Fairmont & East 14th, SL Fairmont Terrace Park 2091 Manchester, SL Fairview Park 2841 Romagnola, Hay Fairway Greens Park 30504 Vanderbilt, Hay

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Meek Park 240 Hampton, Hay UE! NEW VEN West Terrace MTC Memorial Park Tennis Courts Memorial Park 24176 Mission, Hay MMTC Mervin Morris Park Tennis Courts Mervin Morris Park Nielsen & Grant, SLz MHDR Mission Hills/Hayward Driving Range 225 Industrial Parkway West, Hay Mission Hills of Hayward Golf Course 275 Industrial Parkway West, Hay METC Mt. Eden Tennis Courts Mt. Eden Park 2451 W. Tennyson, Hay UE! Music Depot 944 B St., Hay NEW VEN Nuestro Parquecito East 10th at Jefferson, Hay Old Highlands Park 26180 Parkside, Hay Pallen MA Pallen Martial Arts 3963 E Castro Valley Blvd.,CV Palma Ceia Park 27600 Decatur, Hay PALHP Palomares Hills Park 7050 Villareal, CV Park School 411 Larchmont, Hay Parsons Park Almond & Walnut, CV Pexioto School 24150 Ruus, Hay PhotoCentral 1099 “E” Street, Hay Proctor School 17520 Redwood, CV Rancho Arroyo Park 2121 Depot, Hay Redwood School 4400 Alma, CV Richard H. Sheridan Soccer Fields 2580 Eden Park Place, Hay

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Ridge Trail Park Boulder Cnyn./Rancho Palo. Rd. Í ½ ÍÍ Rowell Ranch 9275 Dublin Canyon Rd., CV ÍÍ Í Í Ruus Park Dickens & Folsom, Hay Í ÍÍ ÍÍ Í Í SFCC San Felipe Park 2058 “D” St., Hay ÍÍÍÍ Í Í Í ÍÍ San Lorenzo High School 50 E. Lewelling, SLz Í Í Í SLZAS San Lorenzo Adult School 820 Bockman Rd., SLz SLCC San Lorenzo Park & Community Center ÍÍÍÍÍÍ Í ÍÍ ÍÍÍÍ 1970 Via Buena Vista, SLz Schafer Park Evergreen & Flamingo, Hay Í ÍÍ Shepherd School 27211 Tyrrell, Hay Í Í Í Í HSIC Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center 4901 Breakwater, Hay ÍÍ ÍÍ SSVP Silver Star Veterans Park Í ÍÍ Í 695 Industrial Pkway., Hay Skywest Golf Course 1401 Golf Course Rd., Hay ÍÍ ÍÍ Í Í Sorensdale Park 275 Goodwin, Hay ÍÍÍÍ Í ÍÍÍÍÍ ÍÍÍ SGCC Southgate Community Center ÍÍÍÍÍ ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ 26780 Chiplay, Hay Spring Grove Park 25610 Spring, Hay Í ÍÍ Í STONE Stonebrae School Í Í ÍÍ Í 28761 Hayward Blvd., Hay Stonybrook Park 620 Woodland, Hay Í ÍÍ ÍÍ Stratford Village Park Stratford & Canterbury, Hay Í Í Í ½ Strobridge School 21400 Bedford, CV Í Í Í SCNC Sulphur Creek Nature Center Í Í Í Í Í Í 1801 “D” St., Hay SAC Sunset Adult Center Í Í Í Í Í Í Sunset Park 22100 Princeton, Hay SSC Sunset Swim Center 410 Laurel, Hay Tennyson High School 27035 Whitman, Hay Tennyson Park Panjon & Huntwood, Hay Twin Bridges 301 Arrowhead, Hay Tyrrell School 27000 Tyrrell, Hay Valle Vista Park 381 Valle Vista, Hay Vannoy School 5100 Vannoy, CV WPTC Weekes Park Tennis Courts WPCC Weekes Park Community Center 27182 Patrick, Hay Winton School 119 Winton, Hay

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Access for All . . . Our District wants to ensure that individuals with disabilities or special needs are encouraged to register and participate. If you have specific access needs in order to participate in a program, please call (510) 881-6700. The Park District is committed to providing program access in terms of modifications to policies and procedures, accessible locations, and effective communication for program participants unless they constitute a fundamental alteration or an undue financial and administrative burdens. Please visit www.haywardrec.org for additional information please note that a two-week notice (10 business day and a completed “Access for All Request Form” is required.

Feedback and Suggestions How are we doing? To send us your comments on District programs, facilities, staff or services please visit our website at www.haywardrec.org and download a “Customer Feedback Form” or stop into any of our community centers to pick up a Customer Feedback Form in our lobby areas. Feel free to also call us at (510) 881-6700 during our business hours.

Hayward Area Recreation Department and Odd Fellow’s Presents

Music & Arts in the Park 2012 Summer Concert Series at Memorial Park Music, Dancers and Artists

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24176 Mission Blvd., Hayward 1:00pm-5:00pm | Free!

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Hayward Odd Fellows Sycamore Lodge #129 and H.A.R.D. are sponsoring Concerts at Memorial Park this Summer, featuring different live local Music as well as Dance, Art, Theater, and Chess! Chess players, bring your chess moves or come to learn! Bring a blanket or lawn chairs, a picnic (no alcohol), and enjoy an afternoon in the park with Music, Art, Dance and Chess! Come dance with us. Tot lot is nearby, as is a lovely hiking trail, indoor pool, tennis courts and plenty of free parking. Saturday, June 23 – Original Rock’n’Roll featuring Sector 7, with the Kenny Meagher Experience and Mike & the Mawesomes to benefit the Youth Mural Program Sunday, August 5 – Rock-a-billy featuring Stay Away Joes to benefit the Hayward High School Band Booster Club Sunday, August 12 – Beatles music to benefit the Mt Eden Choir Booster Club Sunday, August 26 – Big Band Music featuring Three O’Clock Jump and the Herd of Cats to benefit the Hayward-La Honda Music Camp. Sunday, September 9 – Blues to benefit FESCO (Family Emergency Shelter Coalition) Sunday, September 16 – Celtic Celebration to benefit the Hayward Education Foundation Sunday, September 23 – TBA

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Flight to Freedom

Saturday, August 25, 2012, 6:30pm-9:00pm – $70 Sulphur Creek Nature Center, 1801 D St., Hayward Relax under the oaks, and enjoy excellent wine, beer, coffee, and a delicious meal with dessert, along with live music by Hugh and the Heffners. As a highlight to the evening, you will witness the release of some young owls raised through Sulphur Creek’s Wildlife Rehabilitation program. Take part in the behind-the-scenes tours, live animal appearances, and much more. This is a fundraising event benefiting the wildlife education and rehabilitation programs of Sulphur Creek Nature Center. The evening will also offer you a chance to participate in a fantastic silent auction. Tickets are available by calling (510) 881-6747 daily after 10:00am. This is an adult-only event; you must be at least 21 years old to attend.

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10K on the Bay

Sunday, August 26, 2012 Registration Begins: 7:30am 5K Start: 8:30am, 10K Start: 8:40am Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center 4901 Breakwater Ave., Hayward Now with chip timing! Join us for a run/walk along the spectacular habitat of the Hayward shoreline overlooking the San Francisco Bay-Estuary. The course will kick off at the Interpretive Center, head out toward the Bay and circle around Cogswell Marsh and along the San Francisco Bay Trail. This event is designed to promote environmental and health awareness. Proceeds received with benefit the Interpretive Center’s wetland education programs. The course is USA Track and Field Certified. Call (510) 670-7270 or visit www.10konthebay.org for more information. Online registration is available at 10konthebay.org or allsportcentral.com. Only pre-registered participants will receive a T-shirt!


Hayward Area Recreation & Park District Summer Activity Guide 2012