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S P R I N G $MBTT(VJEF   MOUNTAIN VIEW VOICE The Class Guide is published quarterly by the Mountain View Voice, the Palo Alto Weekly and the Almanac.                  8 ant to take advantage of the warm spring weather this year? Looking to get a jump on your studies? Try a bird identification class or a row class. Maybe a language class is the best fit. All the classes listed below are local, so give one a shot.      !"#   [dg>c[Vcih!EgZhX]dda@^cYZg\VgiZc Building Kidz School 7j^aY^c\@^Yo Egdk^YZh/ 4600 El Camino Real #201, Los Altos 650-947-7742 Participants learn what colleges are looking for in application essays and get help writing essays and applications that fit them best. This workshop allows students to personalize their essays and applications at their own pace. U Music, Theater, and Dance Instruction Credentialed Staff, Open Door Policy, Safety Access & Cameras For the Dancer Bayer Ballet Academy 2483 Old Middlefield Way, Suite B, Mountain View 650-861-0650 For the Love of Dance offers training in ballet, jazz, tap, and other styles of dance. Serving Mountain View, Palo Alto, Los Altos, and Sunnyvale, it is a family-owned studio that teaches dance to children and adults at all levels of ability. The focus is on learning a love of movement and of art, with opportunities to perform throughout the year. L’Ecole de Danse Cubberley Community Center, 4000 Middlefield Road, Palo Alto 650-365-4596 L’Ecole De Danse (School of Ballet) — Vaganova and Cecchetti styles. Creative dance, pre-ballet and full curriculum for all levels starting at age four-and-a-half. Adult classes include beginning, intermediate and advanced. Western Ballet 914 N. Rengstorff Ave., Unit A, Mountain View 650-968-4455 Western Ballet has adult classes for absolute beginners to professionals, providing the largest selection of drop-in classes in the San Francisco Peninsula and South Bay. For children through teens preparing for careers in ballet, there is a graded youth program with 13 pre-professional levels. Faculty consists of current and former profes-   Academics and Arts FLEX Los Altos For the Love of Dance    Academic Achievers 2028 Old Middlefield Way, Mountain View 650-988-9971 Bayer Ballet Academy is a school of Russian ballet, which teaches the Vaganova method.  $%"#% #&! '(#)' #&! '"'&#(#%& '*+&,'" '"# (-&! -" U Math, Science, Spanish, Social Studies, Writing and Literature U Hot Nutritious Meals Scan to learn more www.bui l di ngki dzschool .com Bayer Ballet students practice at the barre. sional dancers. Cost of a single adult class: $15. The Great Outdoors REI 2450 Charleston Road, Mountain View 650-969-1938 REI regularly offers classes on topics such as bike maintenance, riding and outdoor navigation. Volunteer for habitat restoration projects run by Acterra, a nonprofit environmental organization. Shoreline Lake Aquatic Center 3160 N. Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View 650-965-7474 aquatic.htm Shoreline Lake and Aquatic Center has fall kayaking and windsurfing camps. Camps include all necessary equipment and are offered at all skill levels from beginning to advanced. Sailing classes are open to participants age 14 and older; kayaking age 13 and over; windsurfing age 14 and older. Health & Fitness Jacki’s Aerobic Dancing 890 Church St., Mountain View 650-941-1002 Jacki’s Aerobic Dancing offers a wellbalanced hour of abdominal work, weight training and safe, easy-to-follow aerobic routines. Complimentary child care is available. Classes meet Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 9-10 a.m., at Mountain View Masonic Temple. All Locations Mountain View San Mateo 250 East Dana St. 39 East 39th Ave 650-967-8000 650-212-5439 PaciďŹ ca San Francisco Morgan Hill 830 Rosito Rd 600 Grand Ave 15345 Calle Enrique 650-557-1256 650-837-9348 (408) 776-7700 Red Star Soccer Academy 248 Walker Drive, #8, Mountain View 650-380-0099 Red Star Soccer Academy is a nonprofit educational organization dedicated to youth player development. It offers training for eager young athletes who aspire to reach their full potential in soccer. Red Star is affiliated with the U.S. Soccer Federation and U.S. Club Soccer. Red Star teams compete in Nor Cal Premier League and U.S. Club Soccer sanctioned tournaments. Royal Scottish Country Dance Society 1185 Castro St., Mountain View 650-344-3345 Scottish country-dance classes are held most Wednesdays at the Mountain View Sports Pavilion. Classes started on Feb. 13 and run thru May. Classes for both advanced and beginning dancers are available. Drop-ins are $9 or $7 per week if entire fee is paid at the beginning of the semester. Just for Seniors Mountain View Senior Center 266 Escuela Ave., Mountain View 2013 SPRING EVENTS TOURS & OPEN HOUSE INFO @          PARENTING WITH HEART 8-week classes for children 12-36 months and their caregivers. Mar 18 - May 21 SPRING FAIR For Young Children Saturday, May 4 10:00 am to 2:00 pm Continued on next page March 8, 2013 â–  Mountain View Voice â– â–  25

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