2013 Spring/Summer Recreation Guide
Recreation classes and activities.
r e c r e at i o n guide Spring/Summer 2013 City r u o Y , t o h S r You See Page 3 for more information. w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 2 Ta b l e o f C o n t e n t s Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-8 Alternative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Animal Interaction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-9 Healthy Living and Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Home School Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Music and Performing Arts . . . . . . . . . . . 11-13 Self Enrichment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-14 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-18 Teen Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Toddler Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-20 Visual Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Youth Advisory Committie . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Youth Center/Skate Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Senior Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Senior Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-25 Swimming . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-27 Adult Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Parks Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Facility Reservations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Public Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-31 Park Amenities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-33 Park Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-35 Registration for spring/winter recreation classes begins Tuesday, March 5, 2013. Sign up early because space is limited and classes fill quickly. For more information, call (951) 304-PARK (7275) C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E To report graffiti, please call (951) 461-6124 Photo Policy Please be advised that all participants involved in any department programs or special events are subject to being photographed. Such photographs may be used by the City of Murrieta without obligation to provide compensation to those photographed. Class dates, time, location, and fees subject to change. For more detailed information on our classes, visit us online! City C ouncil Rick Gibbs, Mayor Kelly Bennett, Mayor Pro-Tem Randon Lane Alan Long Harry Ramos City M anager Rick Dudley assistant city Manager Jim Holston C ommunity Serv ices C ommission Cathy Bearse - Chair Gregory Burks - Vice Chair Arrin Banks - Commissioner Adriana Bradley - Commissioner Arthur Clark - Commissioner The Community Services Commission meet the first Thursday of each month at the Council Chamber in City Hall at 6:00 pm C ommunity Serv ices Department 41810 Juniper Street Phone: (951) 304-7275 Fax: (951) 696-0928 Online registration fee 1 $ Now Only per transaction. Three ways to sign up for activities.... Online: www.murrieta.org Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover accepted. Mail: Send your completed registration form and fee to the City of Murrieta, 41810 Juniper Street, Murrieta, CA 92562. Make checks or money orders payable to the City of Murrieta. Do not send cash. Registration form available online. Drop-off: Come by the Murrieta Community Center at 41810 Juniper Street during city business hours, Monday-Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. No phone-in registration permitted. Below is an example of a common class listing: Course # Day(s) Start Day Time Classes Fee 1234 Mon 10/01 5:00 - 6:00 pm 4 $20 Please note that all non-residents of Murrieta must add a $6 non-resident fee when mailing in your registration. When registering online or in person, this will be done automatically. w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ ( 9 5 1 ) 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) T he City of Murrieta Community Service Department is requesting that participants submit photographs they have taken of the beautiful City of Murrieta, in particular, its parks, recreation classes or special events. Depending on submissions received, photographs may be chosen to be on the cover of future recreation brochures. Photos submitted could also be considered for inside the brochure, adjacent to the class/event advertisement. For example, if you submit a photo of your child in a ballet class we offer- we might put the photo inside the brochure where ballet is being advertised. For more information visit www.murrieta.org/yourshot. S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 Your Shot, Your City 3 RECREATION Expo March 16, 2013 â€˘ 9am - Noon Town Square Park Kalmia/Jefferson & Juniper/Adams For more information, call (951)304-7275 or visit us online at www.murrieta.org Come see what Murrieta's Recreation Department is up to! Register for a class at this event and receive 10% Off Registration Fees Valid only on 3.16.13 v Come PLAY with Us! w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE Come and see the classes we offer, meet the staff and teachers, watch performances from ongoing classes, and even register on site. The Expo is free of cost to attend and open to the entire public. S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 4 Connect with Murrieta Pr duce f r Pe ple A community garden to benefit our local food pantries The garden will be used to grow fruits and vegetables for local participating churches and food pantries for distribution to the community. C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E If you are interested in volunteering in the Produce for People Community Garden, you may contact the City at 951-304-2489. Save the Date 9/11 Tribute at Town Square Park. More information to follow. Visit www.murrieta.org Go to www.capoolsracing.org for additional information w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 5 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 Saturday, March 30th • 9 am - 12 noon • Town Square Park Don’t forget to stop by our petting zoo! Egg Hunt Times Over 10,000 filled eggs will be “hunted.” Please bring your own bag or basket No parents will be permitted in the main egg hunt area! If you must accompany your child, you are able to do so in the 2 and under/special needs egg hunt area. 3 years 9:30am 4 years 9:45am 5 years 10:00am 6 years 10:15am 7-8 years 10:30am 9-10 years 10:45am 2 and under and special needs area will be available from 9:30 am - 11 am Call the Murrieta Community Services Department at 951-304-7275 for more information. The Murrieta Fire Department's Historical 66th Annual "Fireman's BBQ" Fire Station Tours, Demos, Vendors, Beer Garden, Fire Explore Muster & Live Entertainment Meal includes deep pit BBQ beef with all the fixings. Tickets are $9.00 per adult and $6.00 per child under 12 years Sunday, April 14, 2013 11:30 am - 4:30 pm Fire Station #1 off Juniper Street and Adams Ave A M E R ICA’S G R E ATE ST R AC E Visit www.murrieta.org/amgen_tour.asp for more information Please join the City of Murrieta on Memorial Day, Monday, May 27 We will honor and pay tribute to those servicepersons who have paid the ultimate sacrifice in the defense of this nation. This solemn ceremony will take place at 8 a.m. in Town Square Park near the Veterans Memorial. As the event draws near, please contact the Community Services District at 951-304-PARK (7275) for more information. w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE Join us May 13 at Murrieta City Hall/Town Square Park for the start of the 2nd stage of the Tour of California. S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 6 Saturday, June 15, 2013 1pm-5pm Free and open to all vehicles regardless of make, models or year. Stops will be announced in May! *Please bring canned or non perishable food to help support your local food pantries. For more information, contact the Murrieta Community Services Department at (951) 304-PARK or visit www.murrieta.org California Oaks Sports Park Show Time: 6:30 am-2:00 pm C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E Registration: 6:30 am-8:30 am Pre-Registration: $25 (includes event t-shirt) Day of the Show Registration: $30 (no event t-shirt included) Pre-1980 and specialty vehicles For more information, contact the Murrieta Community Services Departmentat (951) 304-PARK or visit www.murrieta.org Sorry, no dogs during this special event. w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 7 The Summer the future of southern california July 6 Richard Schmieg Band (Indie Pop Rock) July 13 Blue Fish Concerts Park Series in the 6-8 pm Admission is Free! (Classic rock) July 20 White Lightninâ€™ (Country, Blues & Classic Rock) S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 The City of Murrieta presents July 27 Little George and the Big Time Band (Classic Rock/ Alternative) Music lovers, join us for an evening of great entertainment. Remember to bring your chairs, a blanket, and a picnic dinner. Your entire family will enjoy a great evening under the stars! Town Square Park is located between Kalmia/Jefferson/Juniper Streets - near the library. bring canned/non perishable goods to the concerts to support local food banks Leashed, well behaved dogs are welcome to attend this event! For more information contact the City of Murrieta Community Services Department at (951) 304-PARK or visit www.murrieta.org The City of presents MOVIES PARK California Oaks Sports Park IN THE August 3 August 10 Madagascar 3 Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs Sponsored by The Mill Restaurant AUGUST 3 AUGUST 10 Movies are FREE and start at dusk! There will be food for sale. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. We encourage you to dress up as your favorite movie characters. For more information, contact the Murrieta Community Services Department at (951) 304-PARK or visit www.murrieta.org. w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE Sponsored by Kiddie Academy, Murrieta C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 8 Special Events ANIMAL INTERACTION Mother Daughter Tea Party Don’t be late, for this very important date! Calling all moms and daughters to come to the Mad Hatters Tea Party! Feel free to wear a fanciful hat if you choose. Food and fun so don’t be late! Location: Senior Center 17585 Sat 5/4 3:30-5:30 pm $20 / $5 additional child Horse Crazy Tiny Tots 2 to 4 years Is your 2 or 3 year old horse crazy? This class is the perfect way to get their horsey fix. We start every class by giving our wonderful horses carrots. Then it is horse time! Tots will gain balance, body awareness, coordination, and self-confidence. Parent involvement is required. Location: The Riding Academy Instructor: Sarah Hill 17509 Tue 4/09 4:00- 4:30 pm 6 $61 17510 Tue 5/21 4:00- 4:30 pm 6 $61 17511 Tue 8/20 4:00- 4:30 pm 6 $61 Horse Riding Lessons at the Equestrian Park 6 to 9 years Students will learn the basic riding skills in the arena. Sign up and join us at the Murrieta Equestrian Park! This class is a 30 minute group session for 6-9 year olds and 15 minute private sessions for 2-5 year olds. Horses to ride and riding helmets are provided. Location: Murrieta Equestrian Park Instructor: Sarah Hill Mother Son Glow Party Join us for our first Mother/Son Glow Party! Come light up the night with lots of glow in the dark activities. Wear bright colors or black/ white! Food will be served. We’re glowing with excitement- hope to see you there!!! Location: Senior Center 17588 Fri 7/19 6:00 – 8:00pm $20/ $5 additional child ALTERNATIVE RECREATION PROGRAMS Alternative Recreation Program 18 years and older The Alternative Recreation Program is for special needs adults, ages 18 years and older. Our goal is to offer services and activities to facilitate their growth as members of the city and as individuals. There will be a $2 charge for each participant (guardians and caregivers are free of charge). Location: Senior Center 17027 Fri 4/12 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 17028 Fri 5/10 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 17029 Fri 5/24 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 17030 Fri 6/14 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 17031 Fri 7/12 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 17032 Fri 7/26 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 17033 Fri 8/09 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 17034 Fri 9/13 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 17035 Fri 9/27 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 Friends in Social Hour (FISH) 6 to 8 years This is a social skills class for high functioning children with autism. We will target making and maintaining friends, identifying social cues and body language. We will also work on communication and understanding of others’ feelings. Location: Community Center Instructor: Samantha McLean FISH 6-8 years 17592 Thu 17594 Thu 17596 Thu 4/04 5/02 6/06 5:00- 6:00 pm 5:00- 6:00 pm 5:00- 6:00 pm 4 4 4 $50 $50 $50 FISH 9-12 years 17593 Thu 17595 Thu 17597 Thu 4/04 5/02 6/06 6:00- 7:00 pm 6:00- 7:00 pm 6:00- 7:00 pm 4 4 4 $50 $50 $50 Private Riding Lessons 2-5 year 17474 Mon 4/08 17475 Mon 5/06 17476 Mon 5/06 17477 Mon 6/03 17478 Mon 6/03 17481 Mon 6/24 17482 Mon 6/24 17485 Mon 7/15 17486 Mon 7/15 17489 Mon 8/19 17490 Mon 8/19 17493 Mon 9/16 17494 Mon 9/16 3:15- 3:30 pm 2:45- 3:00 pm 3:15- 3:30 pm 2:45- 3:00 pm 3:15- 3:30 pm 2:45- 3:00 pm 3:15- 3:30 pm 2:45- 3:00 pm 3:15- 3:30 pm 2:45- 3:00 pm 3:15- 3:30 pm 2:45- 3:00 pm 3:15- 3:30 pm 3 $45 3 $45 3 $45 2 $30 2 $30 3 $45 3 $45 3 $45 3 $45 3 $45 3 $45 3 $45 3 $45 Riding Lessons 6-9 year olds 17467 Mon 4/08 17468 Mon 4/08 17469 Mon 5/06 17470 Mon 5/06 17471 Mon 6/03 17472 Mon 6/03 17479 Mon 6/24 17480 Mon 6/24 17483 Mon 7/15 17484 Mon 7/15 17487 Mon 8/19 17488 Mon 8/19 17491 Mon 9/16 17492 Mon 9/16 3:45- 4:15 pm 4:25- 4:55 pm 3:45- 4:15 pm 4:25- 4:55 pm 3:45- 4:15 pm 4:25- 4:55 pm 3:45- 4:15 pm 4:25- 4:55 pm 3:45- 4:15 pm 4:25- 4:55 pm 3:45- 4:15 pm 4:25- 4:55 pm 3:45- 4:15 pm 4:25- 4:55 pm 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 Horseback Riding Lessons 101 9 years and older Learn to ride horses with a certified riding instructor with 20+ years experience. Beginners are welcome. Our horses are waiting for you! Lesson horses and helmets are included. All riders MUST wear long pants and closed toed shoes. This class is located at 30300 Garbani Road, Menifee Location: The Riding Academy Instructor: Sarah Hill 17503 Sat 4/06 12:00- 1:00 pm 3 $82 17504 Sat 5/04 12:00- 1:00 pm 4 $110 17505 Sat 6/01 12:00- 1:00 pm 4 $110 17506 Sat 7/06 12:00- 1:00 pm 4 $110 17507 Sat 8/17 12:00- 1:00 pm 3 $82 17508 Sat 9/07 12:00- 1:00 pm 4 $110 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) Horse Camp 5 to 16 years Our campers will learn to halter, lead, groom, saddle, and ride. Our Horse Day Camp is for beginner and advanced riders. All riders MUST wear long pants and closed toed shoes. Lunch is included. This Camp is located at 30300 Garbani Road, Menifee. Location: The Riding Academy Instructor: Sarah Hill Summer Horse Camp Jr/Sr 17462 M,Tu,W,Th,F 6/17 8:00 am-3:00 pm $250 Summer Horse Camp Jr 17463 M,Tu,W,Th,F 6/24 8:00 am 3:00 pm $250 Jr.Summer Horse Camp Jr/Sr 17464 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/08 8:00 am-3:00 pm $250 Summer Horse Camp Sr 17465 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/15 8:00 am-3:00 pm $250 Summer Horse Camp Jr/Sr 17466 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/22 8:00 am-3:00 pm $250 Healthy Living and Fitness 10 years and older CPR 17384 17386 17388 17390 17392 17394 Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat 4/06 5/04 6/01 7/06 8/03 9/07 8:00-12:00 pm 8:00-12:00 pm 8:00-12:00 pm 8:00-12:00 pm 8:00-12:00 pm 8:00-12:00 pm 1 1 1 1 1 1 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 First Aid 17385 17387 17389 17391 17393 17395 Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat 4/06 5/04 6/01 7/06 8/03 9/07 1:00- 5:00 pm 1:00- 5:00 pm 1:00- 5:00 pm 1:00- 5:00 pm 1:00- 5:00 pm 1:00- 5:00 pm 1 1 1 1 1 1 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 Kids Culinary Mini Camp 6 to 13 years Get your kids out of the house and into our kitchen! Our Cooking Mini Camp is a fun and creative way to give your kids the opportunity to learn about different foods, preparation, and cooking techniques. Everyday the kids will learn to make a new dish and use different ingredients. On the last day, kids who have attended the three consecutive classes will receive a Cooking Diploma and the recipes that were used in class. The kids will eat what they have made together during the class each day or they may take it home. Drinks are included. Aprons are supplied. Closed toed shoes required. Please let staff know of any food allergies or special diets. Location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou 17680 Tu,W,Th,F 4/02 2:00- 3:45 pm $80 17589 M,Tu,W,Th 6/17 9:30-11:00 am $75 17590 M,Tu,W,Th 6/24 9:30-11:00 am $75 1 Baking and Cooking 101 18 years and older Cooking real meals for yourself or your family may sound intimidating, especially when it’s just so easy to whip up a box of macaroni and cheese or order delivery pizza. However, with the right tools and techniques, cooking on your own can be done quickly, cheaply, and most importantly, healthy! All levels are welcome! Very easy cooking class. Come hungry! Location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou 17524 Tue 4/09 6:30- 8:00 pm 2 $69 9 Cooking with Spices and Herbs 18 years and older Food is always better when properly seasoned. You’ll enjoy cooking a lot more once you’ve mastered the herb and spice basics. The food will taste better, smell better, and herbs/spices keep you healthy. Each class will start with introduction to health benefits using herbs/spices. $3 material fee paid to instructor. Location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou 17587 Fri 6/21 7:00- 8:30 pm 2 $65 Cooking With Trader Joe’s 21 years and older Based on Celine Cossou-Bordes’ new cookbook these classes are using handy shortcuts from Trader Joe’s, making easy, healthy meals, ideas for re-purposing leftovers, favorite ready made snack solutions, finger foods for camping, picnic and plane trips, and more, while using Trader Joe’s products. For food allergies or special diet please notify staff at time of registration. Menus are changed for each session. Location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou 17522 Fri 4/26 6:30- 8:00 pm 1 $36 Easy Italian Cooking I 21 years and older Italian food is one of American’s favorite foods, now you can make your favorite dish from scratch at home after joining this Italian cooking class. all levels are welcome. Come hungry! Location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou 17584 Fri 4/05 6:30- 8:30 pm 1 $39 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE CPR/First Aid This course provides information on adult, child, and infant CPR, including recognition and emergency resuscitation techniques for heart attack, stroke, and choking. First Aid will provide information on how to manage illness and injuries in the first few minutes of an emergency until professional help arrives. This is not a health care provider CPR class. Location: Fire Station #4 Osteoporosis Workshop 16 years and older Learn how to ward off and help prevent osteoporosis just by working out with a set of weights. During the 45-minute presentation, a Certified Strength Trainer will demonstrate 15 primary strength training exercises. Sit, watch, and learn; no participation required! Handouts given. Location: Community Center Instructor: Geri-Fit Co. 17459 Mon 4/15 1:00- 1:45 pm 1 $16 17460 Mon 9/09 1:00- 1:45 pm 1 $16 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 Parent & Me Horseback Riding 4 to 8 years Kids ages 4-8 and their moms, dads, grandparents, aunts, or uncles... in this class, you are able to take an active role in your child’s riding experience and education. Parents will not be riding, their role is to help their children to halter, groom, and saddle the horses. Location: The Riding Academy Instructor: Sarah Hill 17495 Wed 4/03 5:00- 6:00 pm 3 $75 17496 Wed 4/24 5:00- 6:00 pm 3 $75 17497 Wed 5/15 5:00- 6:00 pm 3 $75 17498 Wed 6/05 5:00- 6:00 pm 3 $75 17499 Wed 6/26 5:00- 6:00 pm 3 $75 17500 Wed 7/17 5:00- 6:00 pm 3 $75 17501 Wed 8/21 5:00- 6:00 pm 3 $75 17502 Wed 9/11 5:00- 6:00 pm 3 $75 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 10 Easy Italian Cooking II 21 years and older If you love Italian food you will love this unique class that brings unique Mediterranean flavors to your cooking and kitchen. Come hungry! Location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou 17586 Fri 5/24 6:30- 8:15 pm 1 $39 Easy Paris Bistro French Cuisine I 21 years and older French cuisine can be simple, and delicious! Learn the secrets of French cooking and cuisine with a French born cooking instructor. It is almost as if you were traveling to France. Come Hungry! Location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou 17521 Fri 4/12 6:30- 8:15 pm 1 $39 C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E Little Chefs 6 to 13 years If they cook it, they will eat it! Getting kids involved in the kitchen and exposing them to different foods is a great way to develop healthier and adventurous eating habits. We put them right where the action is, involving them in everything, from food preparation, to cleanup, to eating the fruit of labor. Location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou 17512 Mon 5/13 5:15- 6:30 pm 2 $45 17516 Fri 9/20 5:15- 6:30 pm 2 $45 Pizza 15 years and older Yes, you can make your own pizza! Make your pizza dough and sauce from scratch and create your own, unique pizza. The class includes making ricotta cheese from scratch. We will make white pizza, pizza bianca, and pizza marguarita. Location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou 17582 Fri 9/06 6:30- 8:00 pm 1 $35 Body Sculpting 16 to 65 years ‘Body Sculpting’ is a one hour, all weights workout that requires a set of 5-pound dumbbells, an exercise mat and a stretch band. Tone, reshape, and sculpt your entire body with fast and effective strength training exercises that also help to prevent osteoporosis. All classes are taught by Certified Instructors. Location: Community Center Instructor: Geri-Fit Co. 17453 Mon,Wed 4/15 12:00- 1:00 pm 8 $55 17454 Mon,Wed 5/13 12:00- 1:00 pm 8 $55 17455 Mon,Wed 6/12 12:00- 1:00 pm 8 $55 17456 Mon,Wed 7/10 12:00- 1:00 pm 8 $55 17457 Mon,Wed 8/07 12:00- 1:00 pm 8 $55 17458 Mon,Wed 9/09 12:00- 1:00 pm 8 $55 Functional Interval Training 18 years and older F.I.T. is designed to improve the human movement system by incorporating real world exercises. Improve endurance, balance, strength, and flexibility with the added benefit of better health and longevity. Keep in mind it is high intensity. So expect a challenge! Location: Firefighters Park Instructor: TBA 17311 Sat 4/06 8:00- 9:00 am 4 $40 17312 Sat 5/04 8:00- 9:00 am 4 $40 17313 Sat 6/08 8:00- 9:00 am 3 $40 17314 Sat 7/06 8:00- 9:00 am 4 $40 17315 Sat 8/03 8:00- 9:00 am 4 $40 17316 Sat 9/07 8:00- 9:00 am 4 $40 Gentle Floor Yoga 18 years and older Gentle floor stretches that help increase mobility, circulation and flexibility. This practice maintains a relaxed pace and is good for anyone wanting to become active again after illness, injury, pregnancy, etc. Location: Isvara Yoga Instructor: April Nowden-Taylor Gentle Floor Yoga 17439 Thu 4/04 4:00- 5:00 pm 4 $45 17440 Thu 5/02 4:00- 5:00 pm 4 $45 17441 Thu 6/06 4:00- 5:00 pm 4 $45 17442 Thu 7/11 4:00- 5:00 pm 4 $45 17444 Thu 8/08 4:00- 5:00 pm 4 $45 17445 Thu 9/05 4:00- 5:00 pm 4 $45 HD Fitness 16 years and older A fun and challenging fitness program designed to boost energy, tone muscle, increase strength, endurance, and improve over all fitness. Each class consists of circuit/interval training, plyometrics, core exercise, and stretching. Learn exciting new ways to get in shape and stay fit! Location: Community Center Instructor: Haley Donovan 17139 Wed 4/03 8:00- 9:00 pm 4 $25 17140 Wed 5/01 8:00- 9:00 pm 4 $25 17141 Wed 5/29 8:00- 9:00 pm 4 $25 17142 Wed 6/26 8:00- 9:00 pm 4 $25 Yoga Beginning 13 years and older An introduction to basic yoga postures, the breath of yoga, and proper body alignment. This class will focus on postures that stretch and strengthen allowing the body to relax and embrace the positive effect of yoga. Location: Isvara Yoga Instructor: April Nowden-Taylor Available classes: Mondays 9:00-10:00am or 6:00-7:00 pm Wednesdays 9:00-10:00am or 6:00-7:00 pm All Classes meet 4 times per month starting the first week of each month $45 per month. Check our website for exact classes dates. Zumba 13 years and older This dance fitness class incorporates Latin and International music with dance movements creating a dynamic, exciting, and effective fitness program. This class combines fast and slow rhythms that toneand sculpt the body in an aerobic fitness fashion to achieve a unique blended balance of cardio and muscle toning benefits. Location: Community Center Instructor: Laura Maasberg 17361 Tue 4/02 9:00-10:15 am 8 $48 17362 Tue 6/18 9:00-10:15 am 4 $24 17364 Tue 7/23 9:00-10:15 am 5 $30 17365 Tue 9/03 9:00-10:15 am 3 $18 1 e On-line registration fe $ Now Only per transaction. w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 11 Gymnastics Home School - Intro 5 to 18 years Earn P.E. credits in the discipline of gymnastics. Students will learn progressive skills on the floor, balance beam, bars, and vault. Gymnasts will need a leotard. Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17174 Wed 4/10 12:15- 1:10 pm 4 $35 17175 Wed 5/08 12:15- 1:10 pm 4 $35 17176 Wed 6/05 12:15- 1:10 pm 3 $30 17177 Wed 8/07 12:15- 1:10 pm 5 $40 17178 Wed 9/11 12:15- 1:10 pm 5 $40 Gymnastics Home School - Level I - II 5 to 18 years Earn P.E. credits in the discipline of gymnastics. Students will learn progressive skills on the floor, balance beam, bars, and vault. Gymnasts will need a leotard. Child must have completed Gymnastics 101 Home School - Intro. There will be a $5 insurance fee payable to MVG on the first day of class. This is a one time fee per session! If you are in multiple classes this fee covers all classes. Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17179 Wed 4/10 1:15- 2:10 pm 4 $35 17180 Wed 5/08 1:15- 2:10 pm 4 $35 17181 Wed 6/05 1:15- 2:10 pm 3 $30 17182 Wed 8/07 1:15- 2:10 pm 5 $40 17183 Wed 9/11 1:15- 2:10 pm 5 $40 Music and Performing Arts Sunshine Generation Camp 3 to 12 years The goal of Sunshine Generation is to build self confidence through music appreciation. Curriculum includes singing, vocal training, music theory, dance, and showmanship. Performances are optional. There is a $12 CD and prop fee due to the instructor. If you have any questions, please contact Kim Peeler at 951-249-1585. Location: Community Center Instructor: Kim Peeler 17415 M,Tu,W,Th 8/12 9:30-11:30 am $61 5 to 17 years Instructor: Hope Davidson Acting 17540 M,Tu,W,Th,F 6/24 12:30- 2:30 $78 Improv 17541 M,Tu,W,Th,F 6/24 2:30- 4:30 $78 Comedy Intensive 17542 M,Tu,W,Th,F 6/24 4:30- 6:00 $66 Ballet 3 to 4 years This beginning class helps develop your child’s balance, coordination, and self esteem! Students will not only learn the dance, but terms and positions too. Attire: black short sleeve or strappy leotard, white tights, and pink ballet shoes. Simple costumes may be required. Location: Community Center Instructor: April Vidal Ballet 3 & 4 years 16923 Mon 16927 Mon 16931 Mon 4/08 5/06 8/26 9:00- 9:30 am 9:00- 9:30 am 9:00- 9:30 am 4 3 5 Ballet 3-5 years 16924 Mon 16926 Wed 16928 Mon 16930 Wed 16932 Mon 16934 Wed 4/08 4/10 5/06 5/08 8/26 8/28 4:15- 4:45 pm 10:30-11:00 am 4:15- 4:45 pm 10:30-11:00 am 4:15- 4:45 pm 10:30-11:00 am 4 4 3 3 5 5 Ballet 6-9 years 16925 Tue 16929 Tue 16933 Tue 4/09 5/07 8/27 4:45- 5:15 pm 4:45- 5:15 pm 4:45- 5:15 pm $41 $31 $51 $41 $41 $31 $31 $51 $51 4 $41 3 $31 5 $51 Ballet / Tap Combo 4 to 6 years This class is great for exposure to a variety of dance and recognizing rhythm. Students will learn to dance, as well as the positions, terms, and techniques. Attire: Black short sleeve or strappy leotard, white tights, classic black tap shoes with bow, and pink ballet shoes. Simple costumes may be required. Location: Community Center Instructor: April Vidal 16935 Mon 4/08 4:00- 4:45 pm 4 $48 16936 Mon 5/06 4:00- 4:45 pm 3 $38 16937 Mon 8/26 4:00- 4:45 pm 5 $58 Contemporary Level A 12 to 18 years Come learn a FUSION of ballet, jazz, and modern dance practiced to contemporary styles of today’s music- awesome for a variety of ages and style, as well as a great way to prepare for high school dance. Simple costumes may be required. Location: Senior Center Instructor: April Vidal 16938 Mon 4/08 7:45- 8:15 pm 4 $41 16939 Mon 5/06 7:45- 8:15 pm 3 $31 16940 Mon 8/26 7:45- 8:15 pm 5 $51 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE Sunshine Generation 3 to 5 years The goal of Sunshine Generation is to build self confidence through music appreciation. Curriculum includes singing, vocal training, music theory, dance, and showmanship. There is a $12 CD and prop fee due to the instructor. If you have any questions, please contact Kim Peeler at 951-249-1585. Location: Community Center Instructor: Kim Peeler 3-5 years: Singing Sunbeams 17396 Tue 4/09 4:30- 5:20 pm 4 $41 17400 Tue 5/07 4:30- 5:20 pm 4 $41 17404 Tue 6/04 4:30- 5:20 pm 4 $41 17412 Tue 9/03 4:30- 5:20 pm 4 $41 6-8 years: Sundance Kids 17397 Tue 4/09 5:30- 6:20 pm 4 $41 17401 Tue 5/07 5:30- 6:20 pm 4 $41 17405 Tue 6/04 5:30- 6:20 pm 4 $41 17413 Tue 9/03 5:30- 6:20 pm 4 $41 9-12 years: Solar Sounds 17398 Tue 4/09 6:30- 7:20 pm 4 $41 17402 Tue 5/07 6:30- 7:20 pm 4 $41 17406 Tue 6/04 6:30- 7:20 pm 4 $41 17414 Tue 9/03 6:30- 7:20 pm 4 $41 Theater Camp Location: Community Center S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 Home School Activities S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 12 Dance with Poms 3 to 12 years Pom squads dance with poms and emphasize precise, synchronized motions encompassing various styles of dance. This class encourages hand and arm coordination while incorporating body movement. Attire: Black cotton shorts, white tank top, white socks, and black slip-on jazz shoes. Instructor will contact you with details about poms. Location: Community Center Instructor: April Vidal Poms 3-5 years 16941 Mon 16943 Mon 16945 Mon 4/08 5/06 8/26 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am 9:30-10:00 am Poms 6-12 years 16942 Mon 16944 Mon 16946 Mon 4/08 5/06 8/26 5:30-6:00 pm 5:30-6:00 pm 5:30-6:00 pm 4 3 5 $41 $31 $51 4 $41 3 $31 5 $51 Funk 3 to 18 years This class is dancing with no limitations. It will introduce a combination of hip hop, street dance, and jazz. This is a great way to start preparing for high school dance. Attire: plain white tank or tee, black bottoms, and dance sneakers or tennis shoes. Simple costumes may be required. Location: Community Center Instructor: April Vidal Funk 3-5 years 16947 Mon 16951 Mon 16955 Mon 4/08 5/06 8/26 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am 10:00-10:30 am Funk 4-6 years 16948 Tue 16952 Tue 16956 Tue 4/09 5/07 8/27 5:15- 5:45 pm 5:15- 5:45 pm 5:15- 5:45 pm 4 3 5 Funk Level A 16949 Tue 16953 Tue 16957 Tue 4/09 5/07 8/27 5:45- 6:15 pm 5:45- 6:15 pm 5:45- 6:15 pm 4 $41 3 $31 5 $51 Funk- Level B 16984 Tue 16985 Tue 16986 Tue 4/09 5/07 8/27 6:15- 6:50 pm 6:15- 6:50 pm 6:15- 6:50 pm 4 $41 3 $31 5 $51 4 $41 3 $31 5 $51 $41 $31 $51 C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E Jazz 3 to 8 years This class promotes healthy stretching, technique, upbeat music, and a variety of style and choreography. Attire: black short sleeve or strappy leotard, nude tights, black dance shorts, and black slip-on jazz shoes. Simple costumes may be required. Location: Senior Center Instructor: April Vidal Jazz 4-6 years 16960 Mon 16964 Mon 16968 Mon 4/08 5/06 8/26 6:00- 6:30 pm 6:00- 6:30 pm 6:00- 6:30 pm 4 $41 3 $31 5 $51 Jazz 3-5 years 16963 Wed 16967 Wed 16971 Wed 4/10 5/08 8/28 11:05-11:35 am 11:05-11:35 am 11:05-11:35 am 4 $41 3 $31 5 $51 Jazz Level A 16962 Tue 16966 Tue 16970 Tue 4/09 5/07 8/27 6:15- 6:45 pm 6:15- 6:45 pm 6:15- 6:45 pm 4 $41 3 $31 5 $51 Jazz- Level B 16990 Mon 16991 Mon 16992 Mon 4/08 5/06 8/26 7:00- 7:45 pm 7:00- 7:45 pm 7:00- 7:45 pm 4 3 5 $48 $38 $58 Lyrical / Ballet 7 to 12 years This class offers the movement of jazz with the grace of ballet to express emotions. Lyrics of the chosen song usually serve as inspirations for movements and expressions. Attire: Black short sleeve or strappy leotard, nude tights, and barefoot or Dance Pads. Simple costumes may be required. Location: Senior Center Instructor: April Vidal 16972 Mon 4/08 6:00- 6:30 pm 4 $41 16973 Mon 5/06 6:00- 6:30 pm 3 $31 16974 Mon 8/26 6:00- 6:30 pm 5 $51 Miss Aprilâ€™s Summer Session 3 to 18 years This course allows the inexperienced / experienced dancer to have fun learning a variety of styles of dance all week long! Each student will rotate instructors and styles throughout the camp. Get to know what you enjoy most and sample technique, music, styles, andinstructors. *Please have student bring a snack and a water bottle* FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION: Please come into our Community Center at 41810 Juniper Street if you are registering for 3 or more classes. There is a discount that our online system can not apply. Call 951-304-7275 for office hours. Location: Community Center Instructor: April Vidal All Classes are $12 each Monday 6/24 9:00-9:30am: 9:40-10:10am: 10:20-10:50am: 11:00-11:45am: 3-5 Poms 6-8 Tap 6-8 Poms 9-12 Tap 9-12 Poms 13-18 Tap 10-18 Funk Tricks & Stunts 6-9 Funk 10-12 Funk 13-18 Funk Tuesday 6/25 9:00-9:30am: 9:40-10:10am: 10:20-10:50am: 11:00-11:45am: 3-5 Ballet 6-8 Lyrical 6-8 Ballet 9-12 Lyrical 9-12 Ballet 13-18 Jazz 10-18 Jazz Turns & Leaps 6-9 Jazz 10-12 Jazz 13-18 Contemporary Wednesday 6/26 9:00-9:30am: 9:40-10:10am: 10:20-10:50am: 11:00-11:45am: 3-5 Tap 6-8 Funk 6-8 Tap 9-12 Funk 9-12 Tap 13-18 Funk 10-18 Contemporary 10-18 Tap Int. 10-18 Funk Int. 10-18 Jazz Int. Thursday 6/27 9:00-9:30am: 9:40-10:10am: 10:20-10:50am: 11:00-11:45am: 9:00-9:45am: 9:55-10:40am: 10:45-11:15am: 8-10 Ballet 8-10 Funk 11-16 Lyrical 11-16Funk 11-18 Jazz 11-18 Funk 10-18 Funk Tricks & Jazz Turns 3-5 Ballet/Jazz 3-5 Tap/Funk 4-7 Free Spirit Dance Friday 6/28 9:00-9:30am: 9:00-9:45am: 9:00-9:50am: 10:00-10:45am: 10:00-10:50am: 11:00-11:50am: 4-8 Funk 7-14 Jazz Turns & Leaps Adult Tap Beginner 7-14 Funk Tricks & Stunts Adult Tap Intermediate Turns & Leaps / Tricks & Stunts Look for Us at Murrieta CSD w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) Level A 16975 16977 16979 Mon Mon Mon 4/08 5/06 8/26 4:45- 5:15 pm 4:45- 5:15 pm 4:45- 5:15 pm 4 3 5 $41 $31 $51 Tap - Level B 6 to 18 years 16987 Mon 4/08 16988 Mon 5/06 16989 Mon 8/26 7:00- 7:30 pm 7:00- 7:30 pm 7:00- 7:30 pm 4 3 5 $41 $41 $51 Guitar 8 years and older Get that guitar out of the closet and learn how to play! This class will teach you how to tune your guitar, read and play popular tunes for electric or acoustic guitars. Students must bring their own guitar. Location: Community Center Instructor: Gus Poletti Guitar 17673 Tue 4/02 6:30- 7:30 pm 6 $75 Guitar 17674 Tue 6/04 6:30- 7:30 pm 6 $75 Self Enrichment CERT Training 14 years and older The threat of a large-scale disaster is present every day and it is each persons responsibility to prepare themselves and their immediate family to survive on their own for a minimum of seven days following such an event. Examples of disaster threats to the City of Murrieta include earthquake, hazardous materials and biological incidents, flooding, terrorism, and wildfire. Volunteer groups such as Community Emergency Response Teams (CERT) can be instrumental in helping professional emergency personnel in the initial days and weeks after a major disaster. CERT Training is designed to prepare you to help yourself, your family, and your neighbors in the event of a catastrophic disaster. You and the community may be on your own for a period of time because of the size of the areas affected, lost communications, and impassable roads. CERT Training consists of basic understanding of Disaster Preparation, Fire Suppression, First Aid and CPR, Light Search and Rescue, Disaster Teamwork. A 20 hour course offered free of charge, partic Location: Fire Station #1 Instructor: CERT Training 16994 Sun,Fri,Sat 6/07 6:00- 5:00 $27 13 French - Fun 50 years and older Learning French becomes easy while gaming! Basic French vocabulary and sentence structures are memorized while playing matching games, or doing crosswords. Join this class to open your horizons and reinforce your memory in a friendly atmosphere. Location: Community Center Instructor: Stephanie Munoz 17602 Wed 4/03 2:00- 3:00 pm 4 $40 17603 Wed 5/01 2:00- 3:00 pm 5 $50 17604 Wed 6/05 2:00- 3:00 pm 4 $40 17605 Wed 7/03 2:00- 3:00 pm 5 $50 17606 Wed 9/04 2:00- 3:00 pm 4 $40 French Lessons 17 years and older Here is your chance to get a start on a new language! Stephanie Berton-Munoz, a native French teacher, invites you or your child to be part of her educational French Revolution. No matter what the studentâ€™s skill level is, you will find a friendly, pressure free class environment. Location: Community Center Instructor: Stephanie Munoz French - Advanced 17656 Wed 4/03 6:00- 7:00 pm 4 $56 17668 Wed 5/01 6:00- 7:00 pm 5 $70 17669 Wed 6/05 6:00- 7:00 pm 4 $56 17670 Wed 7/03 6:00- 7:00 pm 5 $70 17671 Wed 9/04 6:00- 7:00 pm 4 $56 French - 6-11 year olds 17631 Sat 4/06 10:50-11:50 am 4 $80 17634 Sat 5/04 10:50-11:50 am 4 $80 17637 Sat 6/01 10:50-11:50 am 4 $80 17640 Sat 7/06 10:50-11:50 am 4 $80 17643 Sat 9/07 10:50-11:50 am 3 $60 Fluent French - Audio and 17632 Sat 4/06 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $80 17635 Sat 5/04 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $80 17638 Sat 6/01 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $80 17641 Sat 7/06 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $80 17644 Sat 9/07 1:00- 2:00 pm 3 $60 Fluent French - Level 1 Grammer 17633 Sat 4/06 3:00- 4:00 pm 4 $80 17636 Sat 5/04 3:00- 4:00 pm 4 $80 17642 Sat 7/06 3:00- 4:00 pm 4 $80 17639 Sat 6/01 3:00- 4:00 pm 4 $80 17645 Sat 9/07 3:00- 4:00 pm 3 $60 French - Adult Beginners Level 3 17646 Sat 4/06 12:00- 1:00 pm 4 $80 17648 Sat 5/04 12:00- 1:00 pm 4 $80 17650 Sat 6/01 12:00- 1:00 pm 4 $80 17652 Sat 7/06 12:00- 1:00 pm 4 $80 17654 Sat 9/07 12:00- 1:00 pm 3 $60 French Adult Beginning Level 2 17647 Sat 4/06 2:00- 3:00 pm 4 $80 17649 Sat 5/04 2:00- 3:00 pm 4 $80 17651 Sat 6/01 2:00- 3:00 pm 4 $80 17653 Sat 7/06 2:00- 3:00 pm 4 $80 17655 Sat 9/07 2:00- 3:00 pm 3 $60 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE In an effort to protect lives and property and minimize the effect of disasters, the Murrieta Fire Department has a comprehensive Disaster Preparedness plan and provides emergency planning and training in the community. The Citys Emergency Operations Center is located in the Murrieta Police Department and a Mobile Command Post is housed at Fire Station #1 and available for rapid deployment to field incidents by both the Fire and Police Departments. Dining Etiquette Refresher for Adults 15 years and older What with Wedding season arriving and the thought of that cruise or other vacation you have planned, now is the perfect time to brush up on your dining manners. Feel fully confident in any dining situation. Know the proper way to sit at the table, which fork to use, the secrets of silent service, how to eat difficult foods, which seat do you take, and how to tip. We will also discuss choosing wine, the art of conversation while dining, napkin etiquette, and how to navigate the table. Join us for a fun and easy class that promises to make it all easy to remember. If you have small children this class will help you help them in their dining skills. Location: Community Center Instructor: Angela Sturdivant 17363 Wed 5/01 7:00- 8:30 pm 1 $25 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 Tap 6 to 18 years *Tap shoes required* This class will help develop balance, coordination, dance skills, and self esteem! They will learn terms, step combos, routines, and so much more. Attire: Black short sleeve or strappy leotard, nude tights, black dance shorts, and classic black tap shoes with bow. Simple costumes may be required. Location: Community Center Instructor: April Vidal S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 14 Little Miss Charm School 4 to 8 years Put on your prettiest dress and do up your hair! Join us for an afternoon just for girls. We will have cookies and tea and learn a bit of grace and charm. Attend one or all... Remember, Practice Makes Polite!! Location: Community Center Instructor: Angela Sturdivant 17343 Sat 5/04 1:00- 2:30 pm 1 $19 17344 Sat 5/11 10:00-11:00 am 1 $19 17345 Sat 5/18 1:30- 2:30 pm 1 $19 Make Your Trip to France Easier and Better 18 years and older Save money and stress organizing your trip, while understand the French culture and daily life! Get tips to know, and tricks to avoid! Location: Community Center Instructor: Stephanie Munoz Book your trip and save money 17675 Mon 4/29 6:30- 8:00 pm 1 $15 Plan for medical and know the law 17676 Mon 5/20 6:30- 8:00 pm 1 $15 Visit Paris: transporation and 17677 Mon 6/24 6:30- 8:00 pm 1 $15 Food tips: the do’s and don’ts 17678 Mon 7/01 6:30- 8:00 pm 1 $15 Mad Science Camp Location: Community Center Crazy Chem-Works Camp 17580 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/08 NASA Space Camp 17581 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/08 Spy Academy 17583 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/15 5 to 11 years Instructor: Mad Science Staff 10:30- 1:30 pm $186 2:00- 5:00 pm $200 10:30- 1:30 pm $186 SPORTS Makeup 101 16 years and older This class will cover: application, foundation selection, blending techniques, shading, understanding face shapes, hues, eye shadows, how to correct and reshape brows, and apply eye lashes. We will cover day and evening looks, natural, bold, and runway looks. There is a $25 makeup kit fee due to instructor. Location: Community Center Instructor: Michelle Jackson 17353 Fri 4/26 6:00- 8:30 pm 1 $66 17354 Sat 7/06 2:30- 5:00 pm 1 $66 C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E Engineering with LEGO® 6 to 8 years In this class, children get the chance to design and build motorized machines, catapults, pyramids, bridges, buildings, and other amazing constructions. Students explore concepts in physics, mechanical engineering, structural engineering, and architecture while playing with their own creations. This is a hands-on and minds-on class suitable for both LEGO® novices and ‘maniacs.’ Location: Community Center Instructor: Michael Luong Pre-Engineering - 6-8 years 17317 M,Tu,W,Th,F 6/17 9:00-12:00 $175 17322 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/29 9:00-12:00 $175 Engineering FUNdamentals - 8-12 17318 M,Tu,Th,F 6/17 1:00- 4:00 pm $175 17323 M,Tu,Th,F 7/29 1:00- 4:00 pm $175 Makeup and Skin Care for Adults 18 years and older Learn the best way to treat rosacea, age spots, dark under-eye circle, and skin discoloration. Discover what to use for pesky fine lines and wrinkles. You will leave confident and ready to put your ‘best face forward’! There is a $25 makeup kit fee due to instructor. Location: Community Center Instructor: Michelle Jackson 17358 Fri 5/24 6:00- 8:30 pm 1 $51 17360 Fri 8/09 6:00- 8:30 pm 1 $51 Manners for Everyday - Etiquette Survival 5 to 15 years Give your children the gift of feeling comfortable in any social situation. We can help them to know how to introduce themselves to adults and peers. How to come to a table and sit properly, eat a meal, and converse with confidence. Maneuver difficult situations with friends and even bullies. The proper way to give and receive a gift, and how and when to write a thank you note. We want your child to understand that it just takes a little ‘extra’ to Location: Senior Center Instructor: Angela Sturdivant 17324 Mon 4/08 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $50 17325 Tue 9/03 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $50 Challenger British Soccer Camp 2 to 16 years Challenger’s British coaches have helped hundreds of thousands of children learn, improve, master, and fall in love with the sport of ‘soccer’. The British Soccer Camp program will contain Challenger’s own brand of innovative practices, coached games, camp world cup, cultural education, character building, and FUN! Location: Los Alamos Hills Sports Park Instructor: Nick Howitt Cubs: Ages 2 & 3 17346 Fri 4/05 9:15-10:00 am 6 $86 Lil Lions: Ages 4 & 5 17349 Fri 4/05 10:15-11:00 am 6 $86 First Kicks: Ages 3-4 17350 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/15 8:00- 9:00 am 5 $100 Mini Soccer: Ages 4-5 17351 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/15 9:00-10:30 am 5 $124 Half Day: Ages 6-16 17352 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/15 8:00-11:00 am 5 $160 Golf - Adult Beginner 18 years and older This beginning class will introduce you to basic and fundamental golf swing essentials to give you a head start in golf! Must purchase a bucket of balls each week, approximately $9 per week. Location: Murrieta Valley Golf Range Instructor: Jennifer Holt 17598 Mon 4/08 10:00-11:00 am 6 $75 17599 Mon 6/17 10:00-11:00 am 6 $75 Golf - Ladies Practice 16 years and older Ladies, need an excuse to practice golf? Come out to the Murrieta Golf Range and get instruction from LPGA Pro Jenn Holt. A great way to meet new friends and lower your golf score! Must purchase a bucket of balls each week, approximately $9 per week. Location: TBA Instructor: Jennifer Holt 17600 Wed 4/10 10:00-11:00 am 6 $75 17601 Wed 6/12 10:00-11:00 am 6 $75 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) EMH Sports Baseball Skills Clinic 5 to 16 years Students will be divided into age appropriate group. This clinic will focus on the five tools of baseball: hitting for power, hitting for average, throwing, fielding, and speed/agility. Positions will be taught using specific drills and based on child’s skill level so that the participant will get the most out of the program. Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: EMH Sports 17338 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/29 8:30-10:30 am $57 EMH Sports Multi - Sport Camp 5 to 16 years Students will be divided into age appropriate group. This camp is designed for all-around players who want to improve their skills in soccer, baseball, tennis, football, basketball, volleyball, nerf dodgeball, and kickball. It is also a great chance for beginners to try all 9 sports. Monday’s class will end at 12:30 as there is no swimming. Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: EMH Sports 17333 M,Tu,W,Th,F 6/17 8:30- 2:30 pm $111 17334 M,Tu,W,Th,F 6/24 8:30- 2:30 pm $111 17335 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/15 8:30- 2:30 pm $111 17336 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/22 8:30- 2:30 pm $111 EMH Sports Soccer Camp 5 to 16 years Students will be divided into age appropriate group. This camp will focus on footwork, positional play, crosses, distribution, and a number of other techniques to develop soccer skills. Participants should wear soccer cleats or a gym-type shoe. Monday’s class will end at 12:30 as there is no swimming. Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: Sports EMH 17337 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/08 8:30- 2:00pm $111 EMH Sports Water Games 5 to 18 years Participants will participate in a sponge relay, air raid, hot potato (water balloon style), Water Cup Derby, and bring your own soaker for the ultimate end of class blast. Swimsuits and trunks can be worn under a tee-shirt with sandals. All equipment is provided except for the soakers. Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: Sports EMH 17339 Mon 7/29 10:30-12:00 pm 1 $31 17340 Mon 7/29 1:00- 2:30 pm 1 $31 17341 Mon 8/05 10:30-12:00 pm 1 $31 17342 Mon 8/05 1:00- 2:30 pm 1 $31 15 Gymnastics Training with TLC 5 to 16 years TUMBLE, stay LIMBER, and CONDITION weekly to compliment your gymnastics training. MVG’s Training with TLC is recommended for all types of athletes. Please bring your free weights and a water bottle. Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17202 Thu 8/08 7:00- 8:30 pm 5 $30 17203 Thu 9/12 7:00- 8:30 pm 5 $30 Hip Hop Tumblers - MVG Dance Team 5 to 10 years Dance routines are professionally choreographed with an emphasis on technique, flexibility, and showmanship. Each session students will focus on a different type of dance: lyrical, military, jazz, hip hop, and pom. Team members will experience the thrill of performing in front of an audience on a ‘Senior Tour’. Simple costume required. There will be a $5 insurance fee payable to MVG on the first day of class. This is a one time fee per session! If you are in multiple classes this fee covers all classes. Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine HH Tumblers - K-3 17143 Mon,Tue 4/08 5:00- 5:55 pm 1 $107 17146 Mon,Tue 8/05 5:00- 5:55 pm 1 $107 HH Tumblers - Junior Team 17144 Mon,Tue 4/08 6:00- 6:55 pm 1 $107 17147 Mon,Tue 8/05 6:00- 6:55 pm 1 $107 HH Tumblers - Senior Team 17145 Mon,Tue 4/08 8:00- 8:55 pm 1 $107 17148 Mon,Tue 8/05 8:00- 8:55 pm 1 $107 Little Flippers - Intro 4 to 5 years This is a gymnastics program for children with four levels of progressive skills. Students will learn to practice on the beam, floor, bars, and trampoline in a structured environment. Students must enroll in the Intro Level first (one session of Tiny Tots is recommended). 3 year olds may attend this class with instructor approval. Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17248 Wed 4/10 11:15-11:55 am 4 $33 17249 Fri 4/12 11:15-11:55 am 4 $33 17250 Wed 5/08 11:15-11:55 am 3 $33 17251 Fri 5/10 11:15-11:55 am 4 $33 17252 Wed 6/05 11:15-11:55 am 3 $28 17253 Fri 6/07 11:15-11:55 am 3 $28 17255 Fri 8/02 11:15-11:55 am 5 $38 17254 Wed 8/07 11:15-11:55 am 5 $38 17257 Fri 9/06 11:15-11:55 am 4 $33 17256 Wed 9/11 11:15-11:55 am 5 $38 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE Guzman Championship Tennis Camp 5 to 13 years This is an awsome 4 day camp that will teach or enhace the child’s tennis skills. Beginners will learn all the basic tennis strokes, forehand, backhand, forehand volley, backhand volley, overhead and serve; and players with some experience will continue to work on all their stokes with proper technique. We will run great drills and fun games to show how great the sport of tennis is! *Please send your child with a snack and plenty of water as they will be learning footwork drills and hitting a ton of tennis balls for the two hours they are at camp.* Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: Alison Guzman Summer Camp 17332 M,Tu,W,Th 6/24 9:00-11:00 am 4 $86 Gymnastics Level V - MVG Demo Team 5 to 16 years This is an advanced gymnastics program where creativity and showmanship are encouraged for developing optional and team routines. Athletes train in a noncompetitive atmosphere and perform at community events. Gymnasts will be required to purchase warm up suit, team leotard, and gym bag. Must enroll with instructor’s approval. There will be a $5 insurance fee payable to MVG on the first day of class. This is a one time fee per session! If you are in multiple classes this fee covers all classes. Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17156 Mon,Tue 4/08 7:00- 5:55 pm 2 $144 17157 Mon,Tue 8/05 7:00- 5:55 pm 1 $144 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 SPORTS C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 16 Little Flippers - Level I 3 to 5 years This is an accelerated gymnastics program for children ages 3-4. Students will learn progressive skills on the beam, floor, bars, and trampoline in a structured environment. Individual progress will be documented. Your Little Flipper will feel pride with each success! Must have passed Little Flippers Intro. Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17258 Fri 4/12 12:15-12:55 pm 4 $33 17259 Fri 5/10 12:15-12:55 pm 4 $33 17260 Fri 6/07 12:15-12:55 pm 3 $28 17261 Fri 8/02 12:15-12:55 pm 5 $38 17262 Fri 9/06 12:15-12:55 pm 4 $33 Little Flippers - Level II 3 to 5 years This is an accelerated gymnastics program for children ages 3-4. Students will learn progressive skills on the beam, floor, bars, and trampoline in a structured environment. Individual progress will be documented. Your Little Flipper will feel pride with each success! Child must have passed Little Flippers I Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17263 Fri 4/12 1:00- 1:40 pm 4 $33 17264 Fri 5/10 1:00- 1:40 pm 4 $33 17265 Fri 6/07 1:00- 1:40 pm 3 $28 17266 Fri 8/02 1:00- 1:40 pm 5 $38 17267 Fri 9/06 1:00- 1:40 pm 4 $33 Little Flippers Level III 3 to 5 years This is an accelerated gymnastics program for children ages 3-4. Students will learn progressive skills on the beam, floor, bars, and trampoline in a structured environment. Individual progress will be documented. Your Little Flipper will feel pride with each success! Child must have passed Little Flippers II Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17268 Fri 4/12 1:45- 2:25 pm 4 $33 17269 Fri 5/10 1:45- 2:25 pm 4 $33 17270 Fri 6/07 1:45- 2:25 pm 3 $28 17271 Fri 8/02 1:45- 2:25 pm 5 $38 17272 Fri 9/06 1:45- 2:25 pm 4 $33 MVG Boys Turbo Tumbling 5 to 16 years Power tumbling is an acrobatic sport combining floor exercise skills with trampoline. An air track is used for safety while mastering tumbling skills. Boys will gain strength, flexibility, agility, and confidence! Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17209 Fri 4/12 4:30- 5:25 pm 4 $33 17210 Fri 4/12 3:30- 4:25 pm 4 $33 17211 Fri 5/10 4:30- 5:25 pm 4 $33 17212 Fri 5/10 3:30- 4:25 pm 4 $33 17213 Fri 6/07 4:30- 5:25 pm 3 $28 17214 Fri 6/07 3:30- 4:25 pm 3 $28 17215 Fri 8/02 4:30- 5:25 pm 5 $38 17216 Fri 8/02 3:30- 4:25 pm 5 $38 17217 Fri 9/06 4:30- 5:25 pm 4 $33 17218 Fri 9/06 3:30- 4:25 pm 4 $33 MVG Dance Clinic 5 to 17 years Refine your dance skills by dedicating a session entirely to technique. This class will help the dancer/gymnast improve their turns, leaps, and across the floor combinations. Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17149 Mon 4/08 7:00- 7:55 pm 4 $25 17150 Mon,Tue 5/06 7:00- 7:55 pm 4 $25 17151 Mon 6/03 7:00- 7:55 pm 3 $20 17152 Mon,Tue 8/05 7:00- 7:55 pm 5 $30 17153 Mon 9/09 7:00- 7:55 pm 5 $30 MVG Mom’s Club 18 years and older Put the kids to bed and make time for yourself! Join other busy moms for an hour of fitness, dance, and feeling younger! Life is not about weathering the storm... it’s about learning to dance in the rain. Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17154 Mon,Tue 4/08 9:00-10:00 pm 1 $75 17155 Mon,Tue 8/05 9:00-10:00 pm 1 $75 T.G.I.F - Gymnastics Workout 5 to 16 years Need a little extra practice at the gym? How about a night of fun? Get both at MVG’s gymnastics workout. Includes: pizza, soda, popcorn, games, and a supervised workout. Gymnasts need to bring a water bottle and wear comfortable clothing. Levels: New Comers-Level V Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17219 Fri 4/19 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 17220 Fri 5/03 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 17221 Fri 5/17 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 17222 Fri 5/31 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 17223 Fri 6/14 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 17224 Fri 8/16 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 17225 Fri 8/30 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 17226 Fri 9/13 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 17227 Fri 9/27 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 Spring registration for Intro through Level V Gymnastics and Hip Hop Tumblers will be Monday, April 1, 2013. Summer registration will be Monday, July 22, 2013. Registration starts at 9:00 am and can be done either on-line or at the Murrieta Community Center (41810 Juniper Street). Registration for Levels I through V is for gymnasts who have successfully passed the previous level or have instructor approval. Previous enrollment does not guarantee a spot in the new session. Registration is on a first come, first serve basis. There will be a $5 insurance fee payable to MVG on the first day of class. This is a one time fee per session! If you are in multiple classes this fee covers all classes except for MVG Competition. Gymnastics Intro 5 to 16 years A beginning gymnastics program that introduces the concepts of the balance beam, bar, vault, and floor exercise. Gymnast will improve their strength, flexibility, agility, and self confidence. Each session concludes with an awards ceremony where students are rewarded for setting and accomplishing goals. Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17188 Wed 4/10 7:00- 7:55 pm 10 $84 17189 Thu 4/11 3:30- 4:25 pm 10 $84 17190 Sat 4/20 10:00-10:55 am 10 $84 17193 Sat 8/03 10:00-10:55 am 10 $84 17191 Wed 8/07 7:00- 7:55 pm 10 $84 17192 Thu 8/08 3:30- 4:25 pm 10 $84 Gymnastics Level I 5 to 16 years A beginning gymnastics program that reinforces the concepts of the w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) Gymnastics Level II Location: Community Center 17198 Thu 4/11 17200 Thu 8/08 5 to 16 years Instructor: Cindy Angevine 5:30- 6:55 pm 11 $108 5:30- 6:55 pm 10 $108 Gymnastics Level III 17184 Wed 4/10 17185 Wed 8/07 4:00- 5:25 pm 4:00- 5:25 pm 5 to 16 years 11 $108 10 $108 5:30- 6:55 pm 5:30- 6:55 pm 5 to 16 years 11 $108 10 $108 Gymnastics Level IV 17186 Wed 4/10 17187 Wed 8/07 Martial Arts The karate classes are designed so students can progress through the belt promotion process. Our Juniors class will be a primer for regular Kenpo Karate. Students will learn basic stances, strikes and kicks, and will be able to earn their yellow belt. After earning their yellow belt, students will be able to advance to Karate Intermediate when they turn 6 years old. FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION: Please come into our Community Center at 41810 Juniper Street if you are registering more than 1 family member. There is a discount that our online system can not apply. Call 951-304-7275 for office hours. Karate Juniors 4 to 6 years Location: Antelope Hills Elementary Instructor: Darryl Vidal belt promotion process. The advanced class is for blue through black belts and includes all the above plus grappling and take-downs. Location: Antelope Hills Elementary Instructor: Darryl Vidal 17446 Tue,Thu 5/07 8:00- 9:00 pm 1 $82 17447 Tue,Thu 7/09 8:00- 9:00 pm 1 $82 17448 Tue,Thu 9/10 8:00- 9:00 pm 1 $82 Stick-Fighting Club 12 years and older Students will begin with learning basic stick-fighting techniques and practice methods then end with more advanced techniques and some grappling. Stick-fighting training and styles will include single-stick, double-stick, knife vs. stick, and other combinations. Sticks will be supplied and available for sale. No experience necessary. Wear athletic or work-out clothing. Location: Community Center Instructor: Darryl Vidal 17449 Mon 4/15 7:00- 8:30 pm 6 $61 17452 Mon 7/15 7:00- 8:30 pm 6 $61 17 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 balance beam, bar, vault, and floor exercises. Gymnast will improve their strength, flexibility, agility, and self confidence. Each session concludes with an awards ceremony where students are rewarded for setting and accomplishing goals. Gymnasts are required to purchase a leotard. Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17194 Thu 4/11 4:30- 5:25 pm 11 $84 17195 Sat 4/20 11:00-11:55 am 10 $84 17197 Sat 8/03 11:00-11:55 am 10 $84 17196 Thu 8/08 4:30- 5:25 pm 10 $84 Mini Sports Skills T-Ball-AM 3 to 5 years The perfect class for your little athlete to learn the basic skills of the sport in a fun filled environment In these non-competitive classes, all participants will learn how to play the game- whether itâ€™s kicking a ball, making a basket, or even hitting a homerun. Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: Patricia Burruel 17116 Wed 4/10 9:00- 9:45 am 3 $24 17117 Tue 5/07 9:30-10:15 am 4 $32 17118 Thu 6/06 9:00- 9:45 am 3 $24 17119 Tue 8/06 9:30-10:15 am 4 $32 17120 Wed 8/14 9:00- 9:45 am 3 $24 T-Ball-PM 3 to 5 years Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: Janet Carbajal 17121 Mon 4/01 4:00- 4:45 pm 4 $32 17122 Mon 7/01 4:00- 4:45 pm 4 $32 Basketball- AM 3 to 5 years Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: Patricia Burruel 17101 Thu 4/11 9:00- 9:45 am 3 $24 17102 Wed 5/01 9:00- 9:45 am 4 $32 17103 Tue 6/04 9:30-10:15 am 4 $32 17104 Thu 8/15 9:00- 9:45 am 3 $24 17105 Tue 9/03 9:30-10:15 am 3 $24 17106 Wed 9/04 9:00- 9:45 am 4 $32 Thu Thu Thu 5/09 7/11 9/12 6:30- 7:00 pm 6:30- 7:00 pm 6:30- 7:00 pm 8 $36 8 $36 8 $36 Karate Beginning 7 years and older Location: Antelope Hills Elementary Instructor: Darryl Vidal 17419 Tue 5/07 7:00- 8:00 pm 8 $66 17420 Tue 7/09 7:00- 8:00 pm 8 $66 17421 Tue 9/10 7:00- 8:00 pm 8 $66 Karate Intermediate 7 years and older Location: Antelope Hills Elementary Instructor: Darryl Vidal 17422 Tue,Thu 5/07 8:00- 8:00 pm 1 $82 17438 Tue,Thu 7/09 8:00- 8:00 pm 1 $82 17443 Tue,Thu 9/10 8:00- 8:00 pm 1 $82 Karate Advanced 7 years and older The karate classes are designed so students can progress through the Soccer-AM 3 to 5 years Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: Janet Carbajal 17109 Tue 4/02 9:30-10:15 am 4 $32 17110 Thu 5/02 9:00- 9:45 am 4 $32 17111 Wed 6/05 9:00- 9:45 am 3 $24 17112 Tue 7/02 9:30-10:15 am 4 $32 17113 Thu 9/05 9:00- 9:45 am 4 $32 Soccer-PM 3 to 5 years Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: Janet Carbajal 17114 Mon 6/03 4:00- 4:45 pm 4 $32 17115 Mon 9/09 4:00- 4:45 pm 4 $32 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE 17416 17417 17418 Basketball- PM 3 to 5 years Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: Janet Carbajal 17107 Mon 5/06 4:00- 4:45 pm 2 $16 17108 Mon 8/05 4:00- 4:45 pm 4 $32 18 C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 teen zone Guzman Championship Adult Tennis 18 years and older This is an adult beginner tennis class. We will teach all the basic strokes, forehand, backhand, volley, overhead, and serve. We will teach you how to play matches and show you how much fun tennis is. Come out and get started on a sport of a lifetime. Location: California Oaks SportsPark Instructor: Alison Guzman 17319 Thu 4/11 10:00-11:00 am 5 $51 17320 Thu 5/16 10:00-11:00 am 4 $41 17321 Thu 8/29 10:00-11:00 am 5 $51 Guzman Championship Tennis “Hot Shots” 5 to 14 years This program is for athletes with none through beginner tennis experience. We will cover the forehand, backhand, forehand volley backhand volley, overhead and serve. As the student advances, we will work on technique, and teaching new aspects of the game like grip changes, different spins, quick footwork and agility drills. These will be taught with great drills and fun games. They will leave sweaty, but always with a smile!! Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: Alison Guzman 17326 Tue 4/09 3:30- 5:00 pm 5 $76 17327 Tue 5/14 3:30- 5:00 pm 4 $61 17328 Tue 8/27 3:30- 5:00 pm 5 $76 All Good Drivers Internet Driving Course 14 to 18 years Driver Education is a California required course for teens to receive a driver’s license. It is the first step that must be taken so teens can receive a driver’s license. DMV accepted completion certificates are issued upon successful completion of the course. This class does not include behind the wheel driving. Location: Internet Instructor: Nellie Buchanan 17133 Mon 4/01 6:00- 8:00 pm 5 $76 17134 Wed 5/01 6:00- 8:00 pm 5 $76 17135 Sat 6/01 6:00- 8:00 pm 4 $76 17136 Mon 7/01 6:00- 8:00 pm 5 $76 17137 Thu 8/01 6:00- 8:00 pm 5 $76 17138 Sun 9/01 6:00- 8:00 pm 5 $76 Makeup and Skin Care for Teens 12 to 17 years Succeed in covering acne and dark under-eye circles. Learn how to take care of your skin, your skin type, and how to ensure beautiful clear skin. Create looks for different occasions, makeup application, and what colors work best for you. There is a $25 makeup kit fee due to instructor. Location: Community Center Instructor: Michelle Jackson 17355 Sat 4/13 9:30-11:30 am 1 $51 17356 Fri 5/24 6:00- 8:30 pm 1 $51 17357 Fri 8/09 6:00- 8:30 pm 1 $51 Online You’re Guzman Championship Tennis “Tiny Shots” 3 to 5 years This is an action packed tennis program that will introduce all tennis strokes; forehand, backhand, volley, overhand, and serve using tennis drills and games, which promote fun as well as skills. They will be tested on each skill as the weeks progress to see what they have learned. Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: Alison Guzman 17329 Thu 4/11 9:15-10:00 am 5 $51 17330 Thu 5/16 9:15-10:00 am 4 $41 17331 Thu 8/29 9:15-10:00 am 5 $51 First IN LINE Convenient - The flexibility to register and pay at your convenience, anytime, from anywhere. Saves Time - In less than five minutes, you can setup your account and enroll for your program. Easy - Three simple steps and you’ll be enrolled in the program of your choice. Environment - You don't have to burn gas to drive over and register inperson, and it saves paper. www.murrieta.org w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) Little Critters 3 to 5 years Little Critters is a progressive program for children ages 3-5. All classes focus on building children’s self-esteem, attention spans and social development through games, music, crafts, and supervised group play. Little Critters provides a safe and fun environment for children to try new activities and interact with other kids their own age. Participants must be potty trained. Registration typically begins on the 15th of the month prior to the start of the new session. Non-resident registration will be the next day. No one will be permitted to register for both a M/W/F and T/TH class in the same month. Location: Copper Canyon Park 17694 Mon,Wed,Fri 4/08 9:00-12:00 pm $120 17695 Mon,Wed,Fri 5/06 9:00-12:00 pm $110 17703 Mon,Wed,Fri 9/04 9:00-12:00 pm $110 Little Critters Day Camp 3 to 5 years Come enjoy a fun filled week with all your frields. Little Critters is a progressive program for children ages 3-5. All classes focus on building children’s self-esteem, attention spans and social development through games, music, crafts, and supervised group play. Little Critters provides a safe and fun environment for children to try new activities and interact with other kids their own age. Each week will be specially themed with games, crafts, and activites. Call for more information. Participants must be potty trained. Location: Copper Canyon Park 17696 M,Tu,W,Th,F 6/17 9:00-12:00 pm $50 17697 M,Tu,W,Th,F 6/24 9:00-12:00 pm $50 17698 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/08 9:00-12:00 pm $50 17699 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/15 9:00-12:00 pm $50 17700 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/22 9:00-12:00 pm $50 17701 M,Tu,W,Th,F 7/29 9:00-12:00 pm $50 17702 M,Tu,W,Th,F 8/05 9:00-12:00 pm $50 Mommy (Daddy) and Me in the Kitchen 3 to 5 years Young children can learn to count, recognize colors and letters, and start eating at an early age. Classes will begin with a game, such as guessing the colors and names of the ingredients, the first letter of the ingredient, or counting the items and spoonfuls used in the recipe. Location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou 17517 Mon 4/08 9:30-10:30 am 2 $35 17518 Mon 5/06 9:30-10:30 am 2 $35 17519 Fri 6/07 9:30-10:30 am 2 $35 17520 Fri 8/23 9:30-10:30 am 2 $35 Smart Start 2 year olds 2 to 2 years Smart Start is an environment rich in education, literature, imagination, communication, crafts and music through hands on experiences. Each theme is developmentally appropriate curriculum preparing children for primary education. This class is a parent participation class geared towards teaching every learner and focusing on cognitive, physical, and social development Location: Community Center Instructor: Christy Baca 17017 Tue 4/02 9:30-10:30 am 4 $51 17018 Tue 4/30 9:30-10:30 am 4 $51 Tue Tue Tue 5/28 8/06 9/03 9:30-10:30 am 9:30-10:30 am 9:30-10:30 am 4 4 4 $51 $51 $51 Smart Start 3-5 year olds 3 to 5 years Smart Start is an environment rich in education, literature, imagination, communication, crafts and music through hands on experiences. Each theme is developmentally appropriate curriculum preparing children for primary education. This class is a parent participation class geared towards teaching every learner and focusing on cognitive, physical, and social development. Location: Community Center Instructor: Christy Baca 17022 Tue 4/02 10:45-11:45 am 4 $51 17023 Tue 4/30 10:45-11:45 am 4 $51 17024 Tue 5/28 10:45-11:45 am 4 $51 17025 Tue 8/06 10:45-11:45 am 4 $51 17026 Tue 9/03 10:45-11:45 am 4 $51 19 Theater for Pre-Schoolers 3 to 5 years Little ones will have a blast singing, drawing, building and reciting poetry in this acting class that will build their confidence. Location: Community Center Instructor: Hope Davidson 17514 Wed 4/10 9:15-10:15 am 8 $66 17515 Wed 8/21 9:15-10:15 am 8 $66 Baby Gym 7 M to 2 years Attention Moms! Bring your infant and toddler to Baby Gym for a clean and safe place to play. This is a fun-filled environment full of music, colors, and obstacles. This class is non-structured, allowing your child to learn and move at their own pace. Baby Gym is a great socialization class for moms and babies alike! Child must be crawling to participate. This is an on-going, drop-in class. Fee is per day! Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine Wed 9:00- 9:40 am $5 per day Fri 9:00- 9:40 am $5 per day 17310 Fri 9/27 9:00- 9:40 am 1 Mom and Tot Gymnastics 2 to 2 years This is a pre-school gymnastics program for children age 2. Students are introduced to a classroom environment using puppets, stories, and rewards; while mastering basic gymnastic skills on the beam, bar, tramp, air track and floor exercises. Students learn socialization, large motor skills, coordination, and self-confidence. Parent Participation Required. Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17158 Tue 4/09 6:00- 6:40 pm 4 $33 17161 Wed 4/10 9:45-10:25 am 4 $33 17164 Fri 4/12 9:45-10:25 am 4 $33 17159 Tue 5/07 6:00- 6:40 pm 4 $33 17162 Wed 5/08 9:45-10:25 am 3 $33 17165 Fri 5/10 9:45-10:25 am 4 $33 17160 Tue 6/04 6:00- 6:40 pm 3 $28 17163 Wed 6/05 9:45-10:25 am 3 $28 17166 Fri 6/07 9:45-10:25 am 3 $28 17170 Fri 8/02 9:45-10:25 am 5 $38 17167 Tue 8/06 6:00- 6:40 pm 4 $33 17168 Wed 8/07 9:45-10:25 am 5 $38 17171 Tue 9/03 6:00- 6:40 pm 4 $33 17173 Fri 9/06 9:45-10:25 am 4 $33 17172 Wed 9/11 9:45-10:25 am 5 $38 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE Music Pups 6 M to 4 years This is a fast paced 45 minute class for a 6 month to 4 year old child and parent (grandparent, nanny, etc.). The program introduces children and parents to many styles of music through singing, movement, and the use of rhythm instruments. Fun for all! Material fee of $32 paid to the instructor on the first day of class. Location: Community Center Instructor: Carol Meeks 17131 Thu 9/12 11:00-11:45 am 10 $100 17019 17020 17021 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 toddler development S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 20 Tiny Tots Gymnastics 3-4 Year Olds 3 to 4 years This is a pre-school gymnastics program for children ages 3-4. Puppets, stories, and rewards are used to maintain students’ attention while mastering basic gymnastic skills on the beam, bar, tramp, air track and floor exercises. Students learn classroom behavior, large motor skills, coordination, and self-confidence. Minimal Parent Participation Required. Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 17228 Tue 4/09 6:45- 7:25 pm 4 $33 17229 Wed 4/10 10:30-11:10 am 4 $33 17230 Fri 4/12 10:30-11:10 am 4 $33 17231 Sat 4/20 9:00- 9:40 am 3 $28 17232 Tue 5/07 6:45- 7:25 pm 4 $33 17233 Wed 5/08 10:30-11:10 am 3 $33 17234 Fri 5/10 10:30-11:10 am 4 $33 17235 Sat 5/11 9:00- 9:40 am 4 $33 17236 Tue 6/04 6:45- 7:25 pm 3 $28 17237 Wed 6/05 10:30-11:10 am 3 $28 17238 Fri 6/07 10:30-11:10 am 3 $28 17239 Sat 6/08 9:00- 9:40 am 3 $28 17242 Fri 8/02 10:30-11:10 am 5 $38 17243 Sat 8/03 9:00- 9:40 am 5 $38 17240 Tue 8/06 6:45- 7:25 pm 4 $33 17241 Wed 8/07 10:30-11:10 am 5 $38 17244 Tue 9/03 6:45- 7:25 pm 4 $33 17246 Fri 9/06 10:30-11:10 am 4 $33 17247 Sat 9/07 9:00- 9:40 am 4 $33 17245 Wed 9/11 10:30-11:10 am 5 $38 Mommy and Me Intro to Dance 2 to 2 years This beginning class helps develop your child’s balance, coordination, and self esteem! Students will not only learn the dance, but terms and positions too. Attire: black short sleeve or strappy leotard, white tights, and pink ballet shoes. Simple costumes may be required Location: Community Center Instructor: April Vidal 16981 Mon 4/08 10:30-11:00 am 4 $41 16982 Mon 5/06 10:30-11:00 am 3 $31 16983 Mon 8/26 10:30-11:00 am 5 $51 visual arts C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E Art Workshop 18 years and older Art Workshop would like to invite you to join their group. The Art Workshop is a gathering place for artists of all varieties to work on their projects while sharing the company of other artists. It is open to artists of all levels and is completely free! Location: Community Center 17679 Thu 4/04 9:00- 2:00 pm 24 Cartoon Kaboom 8 to 13 years Local professional cartoonist, Brian Manning, takes young artists through the steps of cartooning! Students will learn to draw their favorites and create their own unique characters. $20 material fee due to instructor at the start of class. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Brian Manning Animal Mix Ups 17375 Thu 4/18 5:30- 7:00 pm 4 $61 Monsters 17376 Thu 9/26 5:30- 7:00 pm 4 $61 Fun with Art 5 to 12 years Does your child like to be creative? We will be exploring all dimensions of art in this class. Drawing, painting, sculpting, and much more. The possibilties are endless! $20 Material fee paid to the instructor on the first day of class. Location: A Child’s Attick Instructor: Jennifer Nilsson 17525 Thu 6/06 10:00-12:00 pm 8 $80 Paris Fashion 6 to 13 years Paris fashion is designed for children dreaming of vibrant colors, shiny beads and soft fabrics. Our students will learn how to sketch silhouette, match colors, create their own cloth and accessories. Drawing, coloring, scrap booking will lead to a fashion show during which the children will model their creations in form of family and friends. Location: Community Center Instructor: 17607 Sat 4/06 9:00-10:40 am 4 $48 17628 Sat 5/04 9:00-10:40 am 4 $48 17629 Sat 6/01 9:00-10:40 am 4 $48 17630 Sat 7/06 9:00-10:40 am 4 $48 Sewing Beginner 12 years and older We will be learning how to use a sewing machine, some basic stitching method, fitting, fabric type, sewing terms, pattern instructions, and mending basics. A supply list will be given out on the first day of class and $5 is due to instructor for patterns. Location: Community Center Instructor: Shannon Moss 17380 Thu 4/11 6:45- 8:45 pm 6 $86 17381 Thu 8/15 6:45- 8:45 pm 6 $86 Sewing Intermediate 12 years and older Learn how to hem with regular stitch, hidden hem (blind hem), and applications you may not be aware of on your machine (shell tuck, elastic, scallop, and many other stitches). Master the button hole and hidden zipper. Learn everything you need to know about mending and fitting clothes that are too big or too small. Location: Community Center Instructor: Shannon Moss 17382 Thu 4/18 6:25- 8:45 pm 5 $81 17383 Thu 8/22 6:25- 8:45 pm 5 $81 Cartoon Kaboom Camps 8 to 13 years Local professional cartoonist, Brian Manning, takes young artists through the steps of cartooning! Students will learn to draw their favorites and create their own unique characters. $20 material fee due to instructor at the start of class. Location: Community Center Instructor: Brian Manning Video Games 17377 Wed,Thu,Fri 6/26 1:00- 4:00 3 $61 17378 Wed,Thu,Fri 7/10 1:00- 4:00 3 $61 17379 Wed,Thu,Fri 7/17 1:00- 4:00 3 $61 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) The Youth Advisory Committee currently is underway for this school year. The committee is responsible for representing the youth of Murrieta. Not only will they have a voice on the Community Services Commission but they will act as the youth liaison for the final touches on the future Youth Center. The YAC is open to any and all youth 7th-12th grades who currently reside in Murrieta. You can find our application and a link to our home page at www.facebook. com/murrietayac. Youth Center Summer 2013. S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE 21 Upcoming Events: Talent Showcase- March 23 2013 Battle of the Mascots High School Dodgeball Tournament- April 19th 2013 Youth Art Showcase- May 2013 NEW MURRIETA YOUTH CENTER - Opening Summer 2013 Coming Soon: The Murrieta Youth Center. The City of Murrieta and the Youth Advisory Committee have been working hard to open a center designed to engage the youth of Murrieta in positive recreation opp ortunities. The Center is currently under construction with an anticipated completion of summer 2013. The facility and its programs will be dedicated to youth of a wide age range. Programs will included after school activities, evening classes and programs, holiday events, special trips, mentoring opportunities and hang out time. The youth center is located at the California Oaks Sports Park behind RiteAid on California Oaks Rd and Jackson Ave. Visit murrieta.org/youth for more information. City of Murrieta SKATE PARK Visit our website Proof of residency required. for current hours. All participants regardless, of age, are required to wear proper safety gear. At a minimum, this includes helmets as well as knee and elbow pads. NO EXCEPTIONS! The Skate Park schedule is subject to change due to holidays, school special days, and weather related issues. The Skate Park is staffed by the City of Murrieta and all participants will be required to fill out a participation application. Minor participants are required to a have parent and/or guardian complete and sign the application. All applications must be filled out at the California Oaks Sports Park. For more information, please call (951) 304-PARK (7275) or visit our website at www.murrieta.org. w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE Cost: Resident Annual Application Fee: $10 Non-Resident Annual Application Fee: $50 C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 22 Senior Center 5 Town Square Murrieta, CA 92562 Phone: (951) 304-PARK (7275) Center Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am - 4 pm Closed most holidays Riverside County Office on Aging (800) 510-2020 Murrieta Senior Center offers numerous programs for active seniors who do not require special care or adult supervision. Active senior citizens age 50 or better are welcome. There is no membership fee. Fees apply to some classes and excursions. Come for classes, conversation, cards, billiards, shuffleboard, embroidery, computer lab, lunch, and much more. Regular operating hours are Monday through Friday 8 am to 4 pm. The center is closed on holidays. For more information, call (951) 304-PARK (7275). Lunch Program Craft-n-Chat The Murrieta Senior Centerâ€˜s lunch program is a great way to get to Join us for a fun filled afternoon of craft and chatting. Bring your know your fellow neighbors while having a great nutritious meal. own crafts, sewing machines, and join our growing group. Group Lunch is provided Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at meets every Friday at 1pm. 11:30 am, Tuesday at 11:00 am. A $3 donation is requested for persons 60 years and older. Reservations must be made 24-hours Devine Sewers of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood Never quilted, but think it might be something you want to learn in advance by calling (951) 461-6123 then come enjoy a morning of socialization in a very friendly Billiard Social atmosphere. All levels of quilters are welcome. Group meets every The center has two regulation size pool tables that are open for play Wednesday from 9 am to 12 noon. during operating hours. We currently have a billiard workshop for beginners on Mondays from 8 am to 10 am. Our billiard social is on Embroidery Group the first Wednesday of each month from 12:30 pm to 2:30pm. Come and join embroidery! A great way to meet new people as well as see new ways to embroider such as: Brazilian, Elizabethan, and Prizes are awarded to the winners. Ribbon. Bring your own work, some instruction available. Ladies Windsong Harmony Second Monday of each month at 11 am. Women who like to sing, come on out. Sing and perform with others who share your love of music! Old time barbershop harmonies and Art Workshop Drop in for an afternoon of art and socialization. Bring your artwork modern music, too. Class is every Tuesday from 12 noon to 2pm. and have quiet time to work while working alongside fellow art Senior Ukulele Strummers lovers. No teaching, work is on your own. Like to play the Ukulele? Like to sing? Then join this fun group! Thursdays at 1 pm. Songs of the 20's through 70's as well as country and Hawaiian are played. All levels of players and singers from beginner to experienced Senior Chess Group Enjoy a friendly game of chess; all levels welcome! welcome. Second and fourth Monday from 1-3pm. Fridays from 11 am to 4 pm. Popcorn & Movie Enjoy the latest movie release while snacking on popcorn and a drink. Movies change weekly. Movie suggestions are welcome. Showtime is every Friday at 1 pm. Ice-Cream Social Like Ice cream? On the first Thursday of each month at 1 pm, enjoy a free special ice cream treat. Sponsored by Scan and Fountain Glen Apartments. Rowdy Readers - Book Club! The Murrieta Senior Center has formed its own book club. We meet the second Wednesday of each month from 12 noon to 2pm. w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ ( 9 5 1 ) 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) Happy R eading! 23 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 Senior Support Services Blood Pressure Checks – Get your blood pressure read on Mondays from 9:30 am to 11:30 am. Blood Pressure and Glucose – Second Wednesday of each month 10:30-11:30am Veterans Benefits – A councilor will be on hand to help with paperwork and answer questions. No appointment necessary. Meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month from 8 am to 12 noon. Legal Aide – Anita Milner, a volunteer lawyer, is available to help answer questions and assist with legal advice. She meets on the first and third Thursday of each month. You must call the Senior Center on the last Thursday of the month to make your appointment. Parkinson Group – Learn how to manage living with Parkinson’s from other persons affected by the disease, including caregivers and family members. Group meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month from 1 pm to 3 pm. Music and Performing Arts AARP Driving Class Want to save money on your car insurance? Come to this AARP driver safety program. Classes fill up quickly so pre-registration is required. A $12 fee for AARP members is due the first day of class. (You must show proof of membership to get membership price or cost is $14 for non members) Location: Senior Center 4 hour class 17625 Wed 5/15 12:00- 4:30 pm 8 hour class 17626 Wed,Thu 7/17 12:00- 4:00 pm 17627 Wed,Thu 9/18 12:00- 4:00 pm Introduction to Computer Learn the basic terminology and concepts; as well as how to read a computer ad, basic computer maintenance, and how to protect your computer from hackers. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17543 Thu 4/11 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $40 17544 Fri 5/10 11:30-12:30 pm 4 $40 17545 Thu 6/06 2:30- 3:30 pm 4 $40 17546 Fri 6/07 10:00-11:00 am 4 $40 17547 Thu 7/11 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $40 17548 Fri 8/09 11:30-12:30 pm 4 $40 17549 Thu 9/05 2:30- 3:30 pm 4 $40 Introduction to Computer III Word processing is the most widely used program on the computer. Using Wordpad, students will learn basic text formatting, saving and opening a file, correcting errors, selection and copy/pasting, details of the print dialog box, the difference between File Save and File Save As, as well as fonts and font attributes. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17552 Fri 4/12 10:00-11:00 am 4 $40 17553 Fri 6/07 11:30-12:30 pm 4 $40 17554 Fri 9/06 11:30-12:30 pm 4 $40 Introduction to Digital Photography In addition to learning concepts and terminology, students will learn the features of a digital camera, buying a camera, storing images on a camera and computer. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17555 Thu 4/11 2:30- 3:30 pm 4 $40 17556 Thu 8/08 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $40 Introduction to Digital Photography II Students will learn simple editing techniques, sending pictures thru email, proper printing techniques, using Windows XP to create slide shows and screen savers. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17557 Fri 5/10 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $40 17558 Thu 9/05 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $40 Introduction to Email Understanding Outlook Express. Create an address book for email and personal use email. Learn to create email, send attachments, and create a free email account. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17559 Fri 4/12 11:30-12:30 pm 4 $40 17560 Thu 6/06 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $40 17561 Fri 7/12 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $40 17562 Fri 9/06 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $40 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE Senior XYZ potluck 50 years and older Introduction to Computer ll After taking the introduction to computer class, this class is a great class to follow. You will continue getting the help you need, learn to customize your computer needs, introduce applications, and tour Windows operating system. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17550 Fri 4/12 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $40 17551 Thu 7/11 2:30- 3:30 pm 4 $40 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 24 Introduction to Internet I Seniors will learn terminology and concepts, as well as navigation, search tools, and security on the net. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17563 Thu 5/09 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $40 17564 Fri 6/07 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $40 17565 Fri 7/12 11:30-12:30 pm 4 $40 17566 Thu 8/08 2:30- 3:30 pm 4 $40 17567 Fri 9/06 10:00-11:00 am 4 $40 Introduction Window 7 Movie Maker Every movie you ever saw was a story told through a series of short video clips, and each clip was only a few seconds long. Your movie will be no different. After taking your movies and still photos, learn to separate good from bad footage, arrange sequences, add special effects and titles using free software. Raw movie footage will be provided. A flash drive for this class is strongly recommended. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17573 Tue 4/09 1:00- 3:30 pm 2 $40 Introduction to Internet ll Internet II will cover expanding your horizons, more interesting places to visit, search tools, and what the internet is, and why should you care about it. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17568 Thu 5/09 2:30- 3:30 pm 4 $40 17569 Fri 8/09 1:00- 2:00 pm 4 $40 Introduction to Window 8 Getting Started Learn about the Start Screen and new Desktop and their apps. Solve the new challenge of hidden and undocumented features. Get help and support for a new Start Menu and Task bar, and learn the shortcuts to finding and doing. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17577 Tue 7/23 1:00- 3:30 pm 2 $40 Introduction to Window Basics l Learn the basics of the desktop and Windows, operating system mouse-keyboard, and other accessibility facts. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17570 Fri 5/10 10:00-11:00 am 4 $40 Introduction to Window 8 Media Player, Music and Video Learn to manage, play, and burn audio and video files, organize the Library, rip from and burn music to a CD. A blank CD is required for some exercises. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17579 Tue 9/17 1:00- 3:30 pm 2 $40 Introduction to Word In this four-week class, students will learn basic terminology and concepts as well as creating, editing, and formatting a document. Students will also learn about inserting clipart, spellcheck, AutoCorrect, headers and footers, and manipulation of files and folders. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17571 Fri 7/12 10:00-11:00 am 4 $40 Introduction to Word ll In this Word ll class, you will learn to create a table, address lists, lables using mail merge wizard, mail merge with form letters, and mass mailings along with creating one or multiple envelopes using mail merge wizard. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17572 Fri 8/09 10:00-11:00 am 4 $40 C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E Introduction to Windows 7 “Getting Started” Windows 7 has a new look! Review the Start Menu, and Task Bar. Learn about logins, password hints and resetting your password, Aero Peek and Aero Snap, Libraries, and the Gadget Bar. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17574 Tue 9/03 1:00- 3:30 pm 2 $40 Introduction to Win 7 Digital Photograpy Learn the digital terminology of an ad, download photos from camera to computer in an organized format, and learn about photographic printers. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17575 Tue 7/09 1:00- 3:30 pm 2 $40 Introduction to Window 7 Digital Photograhy II Learn to resize a picture for emailing, using Photo Story 3, modify pictures and create a slide show, create an album or collage, and burn pictures to a CD. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17576 Tue 8/06 1:00- 3:30 pm 2 $40 Introduction to Window 8 Using Apps and Docs Learn the difference between Start Apps and Desktop Apps. Understand the word processing with Word pad, and controlling your documents for Save, Edit, Opening, and Changing fonts. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 17578 Tue 8/20 1:00- 3:30 pm 2 $40 Senior Exercise What’s the secret to more energy and stamina? You will discover the answer in this simple workout class. Improve your posture and balance, tighten your stomach muscles, and lessen back pain while exercising with the use of a chair. Come join the fun, to look and feel great! Location: Senior Center Instructor: Lindi Abacherli Monday-Friday $1 per class or $20 exercise card Senior Tai Chi Improve your health through Tai Chi Chuan. Tai Chi movements are slow, gentle and never strenuous. Tai Chi is a preventing medicine, therapy, and remedy for many disorders. The lowimpact, non-strenuous nature of this exercise system makes it an ideal fitness routine for senors of all ages. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Gus Poletti Tuesday 10:30-11:30am $6 per class Senior Yoga Yoga is a form of exercise that adapts to your needs and abilities that can be done even by senior citizens. It makes your body fitter, and your mind calmer, and more relaxed. Yes, it also benefits the prevention and control of common health and emotional problems. Location: Senior Center Instructor: Gus Poletti Friday 8:30-9:30am $6 per class w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 25 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 Senior Zumba Gold Zumba Gold is a Latin inspired dance fitness class that incorporates Latin and International music with dance movements creating a dynamic,exciting, and effective fitness program. This class combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body in an aerobic fitness fashion to achieve a unique blended balance of cardio and muscle toning benefits. Dancers and non-dancers can easily master this class because you do not have to know how to dance to succeed at Zumba Gold! Location: Senior Center Instructor: Laura Maasberg Monday 8:30- 9:30 am $6 per class or $20 month Friday 10:30-11:30 am $6 per class or $20 month Senior Mother’s Day Tea We will be honoring all mothers at our Mother’s day tea. Light refreshments will be served with tea. Wear your pretty hat and get a extra raffle ticket and don’t forget to bring your tea cup! Location: Senior Center 17608 Thu 5/09 1:00- 3:00 pm 1 $3 Watch for details on this exciting new change! Senior Summer Time BBQ Come enjoy this indoor summertime BBQ with your Senior Center friends. Raffles and entertainment included. Location: Senior Center 17611 Wed 7/17 11:30- 2:00 pm 1 $6 The Murrieta Senior Center will be under construction to add on an exercise room. We are looking to provide the seniors with treadmills, stationary bicycles, and lightweight equipment. So keep on the lookout for our new expansion coming soon!! Give Your Old Stuff a New Life y 4th rday, Ma u t a S n o ur Join us 8th for o and July BOOTH SPACE 10 ft. x 10 ft. only $15 2 BOOTH SPACES $25 For more information on call the Senior Center at Community Flea Market is held in the Murrieta Senior Center parking lot. Booth space is available for used or new items. Please note that duplicate, direct-sales companies will not be allowed. You must provide your own tables, chairs, and canopies. All proceeds benefit the Senior Center. Murrieta business permit is required at an additional $10, unless you have a current Murrieta license. (951) 304-PARK (7275). 17609 17610 Sat Sat 5/04 7/08 9:00- 2:00 pm 9:00- 2:00 pm w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) $15 $15 CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE ITY N U M M CO RKET A M A E FL TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY CLASSES SATURDAY MORNINGS 9:30a 10:10a 10:50a 4:30p 5:10p* 5:50p* 6:30p* 7:10p* These classes meet four days a week for two weeks Residents - $45 Non-Residents - $55 End Registration Date Session Start 1 5/21 5/31 5/18 only times with * 2 6/18 6/28 6/15 3 7/02 7/12 6/29 4 7/16 7/26 7/13 5 7/30 8/09 7/27 6 8/13 8/23 8/10 only times with * IPAP Toddler Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 End 6/28 7/12 7/26 8/09 WEEK 2 Start 6/25 7/09 7/23 8/06 Registration Date 6/15 6/29 7/13 7/27 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 2013 Swim Lesson Information - California Oaks Pool How do I Register... Swim lesson registrations are taken on a first come first serve basis via online registration and walk-in. Resident online registration opens at 8am on the session registration dates listed. Resident walk-in registration is available from 8am-10am at the Cal Oaks Sports Park Pool on the session registration date. Online non-resident registration will begin 8am the day following resident registration. All other registrations will be taken after the registration dates online or walk-in at the Cal Oaks Sports Park Pool during Aquatic business hours. Online registration is strongly recommended. Classes that are canceled for reasons out of our control (weather, contaminations, etc.) will not be refunded. All classes must have a minimum of three registrants. Classes that don't meet the minimum registration will be canceled and an attempt to place those registrants into another class will be made. Participants not placed in another class will be refunded. Visit www.murrieta.org/classes to register If you are unsure of your child’s skill level; a FREE swim level assessment will be offered at the Cal Oaks Pool on June 1st & July 6th from 12-1pm. Course Descriptions: Please note the NEW Toddler level and revised Level 1. Toddler class sizes will be smaller to help bridge the skill gap at this age level. Infant and Pre-school Aquatics Program (IPAP) – Ages 6 months to 3 years. Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level 1 Toddler IPAP These classes meet one day a week for five weeks Residents - $45 Non-Residents - $55 9:00a 9:55a 10:50a Classes are 45min long Saturday Session 1 Start End Registration Date 6/08 7/06 6/01 Saturday Session 2 Start End Registration Date 7/13 8/10 6/29 PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS TUESDAY THRU FRIDAY MORNINGS & & & & These classes meet four days a week for one week Class Times - 11:30-11:50 Residents - $100 Non-Residents - $110 WEEK 1 Start End 6/18 6/21 NO CLASSES 7/16 7/19 7/30 8/02 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 Swim lesson registrations are taken on specific Saturdays ONLINE (murrieta.org/classes) or at the pool from 8-10am. Parent/adult accompaniment in the water is required. This program is designed to give parents information and techniques to help orient their child to the water and to supervise water activities in a safe manner. Skills taught will include water adjustment, bubble blowing, underwater exploration, front Ages 3-5 and back floats, and kicking. No diapers allowed, swim pants are preferred. Toddler This course is designed to be a preschool age child’s first experience in a pool without a caretaker. Course introduces swimming and water safety skills. Students must be able to listen and follow directions. Skills taught include water adjustment, bubble blowing, underwater exploration, front and back floats, glides with support, kicking and alternate arm strokes and age-appropriate safety topics. Classes will be limited to four participants. Ages 5 and up Level I (Water Exploration) This course is designed to follow the Toddler class for children ages 5 years and older. Participants must be able to blow bubbles; front and back float unassisted for 5 seconds, submerge face without using goggles, climb out of the pool without help, and must be able to listen and follow directions. Skills taught include entering water by jumping in, fully submerge and retrieve items, bobbing, tuck floats and age appropriate safety topics Level II (Primary Skills) This course teaches participants elementary skills that enable the swimmer to move comfortably through the water and improve upon skills learned in Toddler and Level I. The front crawl will be taught and the back crawl will be introduced. Students will also learn basic water safety rules and become familiar with ways to get help in a water emergency. Level III (Stroke Readiness) This program is designed to give students success with the fundamental skills that they learned in the Level II course and to introduce new skills such as rhythmic breathing, elementary backstroke and treading water. The swimmer should be able to swim approximately 15 feet and float on his/her stomach before enrolling. Level IV (Stroke Development) This program reinforces the skills learned in Level III. The breaststroke and sidestroke will be introduced. The child should be able to swim one width of the pool using rhythmic breathing before enrolling. Schedule subject to change at any time. C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E 26 27 Jr Lifeguard Program 13 to 15 years The Jr Lifeguard Program will follow the American Red Cross's Guard Start Program: Lifeguarding Tomorrow. Interested applicants must be able to front crawl for 25 continuous yards while breathing to front or side, tread water for one (1) minute, and submerge and swim a distance of 10ft under water. Please do not register unless you can complete these tasks. Registrants will receive training from a Red Cross certified Lifeguard Instructor, preparing them to be lifeguards in the future. This class will give participants the skills and knowledge to pass the lifeguarding course. The participants will also receive a Jr. Lifeguarding shirt, whistle and all applicable materials. Registrants will receive training from a Red Cross Certified Lifeguard-Instructor, preparing them to be lifeguards in the future. This class will give participants the skills and knowledge to pass the lifeguarding course. The participants will also receive a Jr. Lifeguard shirt, whistle, and all applicable materials. Location: California Oaks Sports Park Instructor: 15457 Tue,Thu 6/19 1:00- 6:30 pm 6 $50 15458 Tue,Thu 7/10 1:00- 6:30 pm 6 $50 Lap Swimming Looking for a low impact whole body workout? Come try lap swimming. Lap swimming is a great way to awaken you mind and body. It offers a way for you to work multiple parts of the body in one simple low impact exercise. We are challenging all of our Lap Swimmers to Swim to San Diego. Think you have what it takes to swim the 66 miles from Murrieta to San Diego? Join the Swim to San Diego club at the California Oaks Sports Park for free and begin logging your miles. Swimmers that “Swim to San Diego” will be give a gift at the completion of their challenge. Lap swimming is offered to participants 16 years and older or to children who are members of a swim team (must show current registration). Times and days vary, check the Aquatics page at murrieta. org/swim for more information on Lap Swimming Times and the Swim to San Diego program. Senior Swim Are you looking for a time to enjoy the water without the hassle of kids jumping in and out splashing you? Then come to the Cal Oaks Sports Park pool on Thursdays from 8:15-9:15am and enjoy what we call Senior Swim. The pool is open for exclusive adult use. Come swim laps, work on your water exercise techniques or just bob around in the crisp clean water. The Cal Oaks Sports Park Pool is wheelchair accessible and has a lift for anyone who needs assistance getting in and out of the water. Senior Swim is a perfect time for the active senior to come and exercise at your own pace or just enjoy a peaceful morning lounging in the pool with friends. Water exercise passes are accepted for senior swim. Daily costs are only $1 per visit. Tired of the Southern California Heat? Want to cool down but don’t want to drive to the beach? Grab the kids and come take a dip in the California Oaks Sports Park Pool during recreation swim. Conveniently located at the corner of California Oaks and Lincoln the pool offers you and your family a great place to cool down. Recreation swim is offered most every day in the heart of the summer and on weekends from May - August. Recreation swim is a low cost activity the whole family can enjoy. Check the website for hours of operation. Slim Down in a Splash! Want to lose weight without breaking a sweat? Hop in the pool! This fun water workout burns mega calories and tones every troubled spot. Using the resistance of water, the benefits include cardiovascular endurance, muscle toning and flexibility. Water Exercise is refreshing and rewarding for all fitness levels and you don’t need to know how to swim. Come see what all the talk is about and get fit this summer. The class is lead by one of our certified water exercise instructors every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday morning from 8:15-9:15. Classes begin May 7th and stretch through September. Class costs are $3 per class for residents or $5 per class for non residents. Multi Class discounts and deals are available. Visit the website or Cal Oaks Sports Park pool for more pricing information. Swim Level Assessment - June 2nd w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE Pool Party Family Pool Party commemorating the end of summer, come and celebrate with us. The pool party consists of theme decorations, piñata, games, open swim and summer time food. Come by the pool for dates, times and this year’s theme. We look forward to seeing you and your family there. Pool Party Zone The California Oaks Sports Park Pool and Aquatics Program are proud to present its remolded Pool Party Zone on the California Oaks Pool Deck dubbed “The Cal Oaks Cabana”. The Pool Party Zone is a sectioned off area offering you your own oasis on the pool deck. No more wedging between strangers or having to leave your food and drink in the car. With your Pool Party Zone rental you are entitled to your own private area with tables, chairs, lounge chairs and shade. Pool Party Zone rentals include the space and the availability to bring in approved food and drink. All participants are responsible for their entry on the pool deck. Contact the Cal Oaks Sports Park Pool to reserve the Pool Party Zone today. 15459 Fri 8/03 6:30- 8:30 pm 1 $15 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 SWIMMING S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 28 ADULT SPORTS PARKS MAINTENANCE PARKS MAINTENANCE OFFICE Softball Are you looking to relive those glory days when you were the All-Star of your Baseball/ Softball team? Then show off your skills in Murrieta’s Adult Softball League. Murrieta Community Services Department offers spring, fall, and a summer mini-season for all Adult Softball leagues. There is a men’s league and a coed league in which you can choose to participate in! The Adult Softball League provides a positive environment for competition while emphasizing good sportsmanship. Come out and show us what you’ve got! Get your team of bat-wielding hooligans together and lets Play Ball! We have three seasons a year, registrations in January, April/ May and July/ August. Soccer Tired of just watching the kids play soccer? Anxious to get in there and kick the ball the way you’d like? Whether you love the game of soccer, or just want to get out and play, join in one of our Women’s or Coed Soccer Leagues. All leagues are played under modified 8 v8 rules. Come participate in one of our Adult soccer leagues where neighbors, friends, and co-workers can share an hour of fun and good exercise. Games are held on Friday Nights and Sunday Afternoons. The purpose of the Murrieta Adult Soccer League is to promote the sport of soccer by providing the opportunity to play organized soccer within the community. We are currently affiliated with the Cal South Adult League. The Adult Soccer League provides a positive environment for competition while emphasizing good sportsmanship. Come out and we’ll see how many of you can still “Bend it like Beckham.” Have a question regarding one of our parks and/ or a park maintenance concerns? Have an idea on how to improve a park? Contact the Parks Maintenance office with your related questions and staff will be happy to answer them! You may contact Bob Kast, Parks Superintendent and/or Rosa Vega by calling (951) 461-6124. WATER CONSERVATION: The City continues to implement water conservation measures throughout the city. More drought tolerant plant material continues to be introduced in various areas throughout the City of Murrieta as well as drip irrigation systems. Ninety-eight percent of the irrigation controllers that the city utilizes to irrigate its parks, slopes, medians and streetscapes are SMART Controller technology. If you should have any questions and/or concerns regarding city maintained landscape, call 951-461-6124. JUNIOR RANGER Would you like to become a Junior Ranger? Now you can! The program would educate youths at an early age of the importance of parks, trails, and local wildlife. It also has them take an active approach. Some of the different activities in achieving the Junior Ranger badge and certificate include: • Classroom activities that educate students on local wildlife and learning flora, the importance of taking care of our parks and trails. • Learning who and what a Park Ranger is. • Having a day out with a Park Ranger at a local park. If you are interested in participating in the Junior Ranger program, contact the Community Services Department, Parks Maintenance Office at (951) 461-6124. C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E Adult Kickball Looking for a social activity for you and your friends? Come be a part of the inaugural Adult Kickball league on Thursday Nights, starting in May, at Torrey Pines Park off of Margarita Road. Kickball leagues are a fast growing trend across the country bringing adults back to the school yard days of just having fun and playing kickball. Although it can be quite competitive; most teams find it as a night to let loose and have fun. For more information on the Adult Kickball league visit www.murrieta.org/adultsports. Spots are limited so get some friends together and “Lets Kick It”! National Trails DayJune 1, 2013 Enjoy a morning or guided trail tours, presentations, and exhibit booths. Organized trail cleans up and volunteer opportunities will be available too. For more information call 951-304-7275. w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • ( 9 5 1 ) 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) Reservations accepted for all shelters! 29 Now Accepted Online! • Reservations must be made in person, on-line, and/or by mail on a Shelter Reservation form. Our office is located at the Murrieta Community Center at 41810 Juniper Street • Reservations are NOT confirmed until a Park Rental Agreement is received. • Reservation must be made a minimum of three days in advance and can be made up to six S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 Facility Reservations months from the date of application • Reservations Fees: Residents $20 for the first 5 hours* Non-residents $40 for the first 5 hours *each additional hour is $5 *Los Alamos Hills - Large Group $40 for the first 5 hours Resident $40 Non-resident $80 *Reservations are not accepted on holidays including Mother's Day and Father's Day. Looking for a place to hold your reception, anniversary, birthday party, or holiday event? Then we have the place for you! The Murrieta Community Center is available for reservations most weekends. The facility features a 3,600 square foot hall with seating for 250 people and warming kitchen. Call the Community Services Department at (951) 461-6111 for rental fees and availability. (Note - Alcohol is permitted at this facility; ask about restrictions.) Equestrian Park - For more information check out www.murrieta.org/equestrianpark w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • ( 9 5 1 ) 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE Looking for a great outdoor location for a wedding, family gathering, and/ or reception then we have the place for you. The Murrieta Equestrian Park offers a great outdoor rustic venue with some modern amenities. 30 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 0 13 Murriet a Public L ibr ar y 8 Town Square, Murrieta, CA 92562 Phone: (951) 304-BOOK (2665) Fax: (951) 696-0165 www.murrietalibrary.info Hours of Operation Monday & Tuesday 10 am - 8 pm Wednesday & Thursday 10 am - 6 pm Friday & Saturday 12 pm - 5 pm Reading Is So Delicious! - Summer Reading Program June 10 to July 20, 2013 Sponsored by the Friends of the Murrieta Library As a team with civic heart, the Murrieta Public Library is dedicated to providing a vibrant environment with open access to exceptional services, collections, and programs while continuing to promote the joy of reading for an empowered and successful community. Storytimes Mother Goose and Me Storytime An on-the-lap storytime designed to introduce small children and their parents to stories, rhymes and activities that stimulate vocabulary. Wednesdays: January 16 - April 24, 10:15 & 11:00 a.m. Birth to Age 3 with a parent Wee Wigglers Storytime An independent group activity designed to introduce preschool age children to storytelling; the art of listening, being a member of a group, and to build a foundation for reading readiness. Wednesdays: January 16 - April 24, 10:10 a.m. Ages 3 - 5 Family Storytime Gather the family, wear your jammies and head to the Library for an evening of stories and songs. Tuesdays: February 5, March 5 and April 2, 7:00 p.m. All Ages School Age Programs C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E In-N-Out Reading Program Join the Cover to Cover Club and read some great books to earn coupons for In-N-Out hamburgers (other incentive in lieu of coupon available). March 2 - April 13. Ages 4 - 12 Día de los niños, Día de los libros Join us for this exciting festival celebrating children and books. Enjoy music, dancing, crafts and treats too. Olé! Saturday, April 27, 12:00 p.m. Families The Magic of Titou All ages will be captivated by this high-energy, mind-boggling, and hilarious show of magic. Wednesday, June 12, 10:30 a.m. Families Pudding Paint Have some messy, hands-on fun and create some art with edible finger paints. Limited to 60 children. Monday, June 17, 10:30 a.m. Ages 2 - 4 Ken Frawley: Yummy Bear Tales Have fun with play-along food-themed songs, fun stories, and puppets. Wednesday, June 19, 10:30 a.m. Families Buster Balloon Join us for the side-splitting comedy, amazingly twisted balloon creations and the Giant Whoopee Cushion of Doom. Wednesday, June 26, 10:30 a.m. Families Little Masters Create your own garden, portrait, or abstract masterpiece with different foods. Limited to 60 children. Monday, July 1, 2:00 p.m. Ages 5 - 7 Preschool Bootcamp Have fun with your preschooler while helping them develop motor skills, body awareness, a sense of rhythm and following directions. Tuesdays: March 5 and April 2, 10:30 a.m. Ages 3 - 6 Storytime Gather the family and head to the Library for a morning of stories, songs, rhymes, and movement activities. Tuesday, July 2, 10:30 a.m. Families Kids Dance A blast for boys and girls! Discover dances that are easy to learn and fun to do. Wednesdays: March 13 and April 10, 4:00 p.m. Ages 6 - 12 Mad Science Learn the hows and whys behind what we eat. We’ll discover all about the molecules of food and take an exploration of deliciousness. Wednesday, July 3, 10:30 a.m. Families Science of Slime A wonderfully messy event where you can make and play with your own “slime.” Limited to 50 children. Monday, March 18, 4:00 p.m. Ages 6 - 12 Wildlife Company: Good Eats Herbivores, carnivores and insectivores - oh my! In this fun and interactive program you’ll meet a variety of zoo animals that are always hungry and love to eat. Wednesday, July 10, 10:30 a.m. All Ages Clint Perry & the Boo Hoo Crew Music, imagination, make believe, pirates, stuffed animals, interactivity and more await you. You’ll dance! You’ll sing! You’ll rock out! Oh, and your kids will have a blast too! Tuesday, March 26, 10:30 a.m. Families Play with Your Food Are you tired of hearing adults tell you “Don’t play with your food”? Well, now is the time to play and have fun! Create your own food art and take it home as a yummy treat. Limited to 60 children. Monday, July 15, 2:00 p.m. Ages 8 - 12 w w w. m u r r i e t a l i b r a r y. i n f o • 3 0 4 - B O O K ( 2 6 6 5 ) Teen and Young Adult Programs Want That Job? Get an edge! Career expert, Patricia Dorch, Author of “Job Search: Teen Interview Tips And Strategies To Get Hired” will share tips that will help teens/young adults interview with confidence and market themselves to get hired! Saturday, March 16, 2:00 p.m. Ages 15 - 19 First Aid & CPR Overview for Babysitters This will be an educational program for teens working with children. Art Durbin, Paramedic, RN, M.S.Ed., will be reviewing the topics of infant and child cardiac arrest and its causes, home safety issues, first aid tips, and emergency information. Thursday, April 4, 10:30 a.m. Ages 11 - 18 Read For A Reason…Read for the Homeless Animals of the Valleys Read Teen or YA books from the Murrieta Public Library. For every 100 pages read during the 2013 Teen Summer Reading Program, $1 will be donated to the Animal Friends of the Valley by our program sponsor, Carol Carson. The GOAL is $1,000. Sushilicious Make a California Roll and a California Hand Roll with instruction by a chef from Murrieta restaurant, One Sushi & Grill. It’s a free, hands-on creative cooking experience and you may eat your creations! Space is limited to 25 participants. Tickets are available at the Adult Information Desk 30 minutes prior to the event. Thursday, June 13, 3:00 p.m. Grades 7 - 12 Teen Party Night Enjoy music, chatting or participating in a variety of games. Activities will be held in the Library’s Garden of Verses and Community Room. Teens, this night is for you! Note: Parents or guardians must pick up their teenager(s) by 8:40 p.m. Tuesday, June 18, 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. Grades 7 - 12 Cookie Frosting Fun! Author and professional baker, Jill Foster, will demonstrate special techniques to decorate cookies. There will be enough for everyone to decorate and eat! Space is limited to 24 participants. Tickets are available at the Adult Information Desk 30 minutes prior to the event. Tuesday, June 25, 2:00 p.m. Grades 7 - 12 One Minute to Win It Challenge The thrill of victory or the agony of defeat. Be ready to CONTEND! Tuesday, July 2, 6:00 p.m. Grades 7 - 12 Watercolor Painting Workshop for Teens Local artist and instructor, Jerry Bates, will present this workshop. Create your own delicious watercolor masterpiece. Materials will be supplied. Space is limited to 24 participants. Tickets are available at the Adult Information Desk 30 minutes prior to the event. Tuesday, July 9, 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Grades 7 - 12 “Reading Is So Delicious” Finale Party You’ve participated in the Teen Summer Reading Program! Let’s celebrate with pizza and ice cream! Winning names will be drawn for the Summer Reading and Finale Party prizes. It’s a win-win for everyone! Thursday, July 18, 3:00 p.m. Grades 7 - 12 Adult Programs Intro to Gentle Yoga Certified yoga instructor, Susiana Sutikno, will demonstrate the principles of gentle yoga in this one-hour activity session. Please dress appropriately and bring your own mat or towel. Come early – space is limited to 30 participants. Monday, March 11, 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Adults Healthy & Natural Cooking with Celine French culinary expert, Celine Cossou-Bordes of Celine’s Cuisine and author of “Cooking with Trader Joe’s Cookbook: Pack a Lunch!”, will demonstrate a delicious, healthy dish and sign her book. Participants will receive a sample of the prepared dish! Come early – space is limited to 20 participants. Monday, June 10, 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Adults Create Your Own “Barcelona Book” Design your own “deliciously” decorative book! Calligraphy and art instructor, Risa Getler, will teach you how to create your own charming “Barcelona Book”. These books have been featured in Bound & Lettered magazine and are very versatile and can be used for birthday, anniversary, get well and Valentine’s Day cards, as well as invitations/ announcements. All materials will be supplied. Come early – space is limited to 20 participants. Monday, June 17, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Adults Make Your Own Sushi! A chef from One Sushi & Grill will demonstrate how to make sushi. You will be making your own sushi too! Ingredients will be provided. Come early – space is limited to 25 participants. Tuesday, July 9, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m. Adults Edible Landscaping Master Gardener, Laura Simpson of the Riverside County Master Gardeners, will teach you how to combine both function and beauty within a garden. Edible landscaping incorporates the use of food plants as design features. Create your own delicious and decorative garden! Monday, July 15, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Adults w w w. m u r r i e t a l i b r a r y. i n f o • 3 0 4 - B O O K ( 2 6 6 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE Technology – The Cutting Edge Best Buy staff will be introducing the latest in tablets, cell phones, games and entertainment. Get the scoop and then give it a try with this hands-on technology event. Thursday, June 27, 3:00 p.m. Grades 7 - 12 Comic Books 101 Want to know the when and why of comics; how they got started, evolved through the years, and what’s popular now? Ryan Haggerty, owner of Ryan’s Comics in Murrieta, will be presenting this program. Thursday, July 11, 3:00 p.m. Grades 7 - 12 31 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 No registration is required unless otherwise noted. Space is limited; passes will be distributed 30 minutes before each program begins. Programs subject to change. Sponsored by the Friends of the Murrieta Library. Visit the Library’s web page for more information. Unless otherwise noted, programs are held in the Library’s Community Room. No admittance once the program has begun and/or is at capacity. Volleyball Court Tot Lot / Playground Equipment Tennis Court Swimming/Wading Pool Spray Turtles Softball Field (without Mound) Soccer Field Shelters Restroom / Port-o-Lets Picnic Tables or Park Benches Par Exercise Course Parking Lot Open Grass Areas Mature Trees Horeshoe Pits Disc/Frisbee Golf Football Field Dog Park Concession Stand Community Center / Rec. Room Catch and Release Pond Bike Path/Walking Trail Basketball Court Baseball Field (with Mound) Barbecue Acres Alta Murrieta Sports Park 9.8 X L X U X X X X X X Antelope Hills Park - Active 1.5 X X X X X X 39775 Alta Murrieta Drive Amphitheater Park Amenities S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 32 27385 Carlton Oaks Street Antelope Hills Park - Natural 30 X X 27385 Carlton Oaks Street Antigua Park 2.2 X X X X 41405 Nutmeg Street Barratt Park 8.3 X X X X X X 24535 Las Brisas Road South Bear Valley Park - 1 20.4 X X 23340 Holly Drive Bear Valley Park - 2 4.0 X X X Blackmore Ranch 1.1 X X X X X X X 23550 Rustic Road On Nutmeg Street just N. of Clinton Keith Rd. California Oaks Sports Park 20.2 X L X X X X X X X X B X X X X 40600 California Oaks Road Calle Cipres Park 1.8 X X X 38200 Calle Cipres Calle Estancia Park 2.8 X X X X X 24535 Calle Estancia Carson Park .7 X 37765 Cresta Del Reyo Century Park 3.4 X X X X X X X Cole Canyon Park - Natural 165 X X 39730 Las Brisas Road C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E 38230 Murrieta Creek Drive Community Center/Hunt Field 4.7 X L X X X X X X X X 41810 Juniper Street Copper Canyon Park 18.1 X U X X X X X X X X X X X X 23790 Via Alisol Creekside Villages 4.0 X X X X X Isaac Street off Whitewood Avenue Crystal Aire Park 1.1 X X X 40479 Clybourne Circle Eastgate Park .8 X X Echo Canyon Park 1.5 X X X 25200 Whitewood Road 40371 Nutmeg Street Equestrian Park 42670 Juniper Street Drop-in, day use permitted except during scheduled events, which can be found at Falcon's View Park (#35) - Natural 19.5 X X http://www.murrieta.org/services/cs/equine.asp 23800 Five Tribes Trail Lincoln Ranch Trail 5.0 X X Firefighters Park 3.3 X X X X X X X X X X X Glen Arbor Park 20.8 X X X 27540 Sunset Way 40005 Murrieta Hot Springs Road 23830 Jackson Avenue Grizzly Ridge Park 41913 Dahlias Way .5 X X X X w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 29486 Calle Andras X X X X X Montafino Park .8 X X X Monte Vista Park 1.1 X X X Mountain Pride Park 9.8 X X X X X U Mur. Elem. School Park 4.5 X X X X X X U X Northstar Park 3 X X X X X Oak Terrace Park 7.5 X X 24146 Huntridge Road 29535 Andromeda Street 41086 Mountain Pride Drive 24652 Adams Ave. Pictor Ave. east of Gemina Ave. 27301 Sweetspire Terrace Volleyball Court Tot Lot / Playground Equipment Tennis Court Swimming/Wading Pool Spray Turtles Softball Field (without Mound) Soccer Field Shelters Restroom / Port-o-Lets Picnic Tables or Park Benches Par Exercise Course Parking Lot Open Grass Areas Mature Trees Horeshoe Pits Disc/Frisbee Golf Football Field Dog Park Concession Stand Community Center / Rec. Room Catch and Release Pond Bike Path/Walking Trail Basketball Court Baseball Field (with Mound) Barbecue Amphitheater Los Alamos Hills Sports Park 47 X L X X L X X X X X L 37000 Ruth Ellen Dr. at Hunter Rd. Mapleton Park 9.3 X X X X X X X X U U 28586 Pointsettia Street Meadowridge Park 4.3 X X X 25185 Hancock Avenue Mira Mosa Park 8.1 X X X X X X X X U 33 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 Acres Park Amenities Oak Mesa Park (#28b) - Natural 7.5 X 23680 Clinton Keith Rd. Oak Tree Park .3 X X 37710 Oxford Rd. Palomar Park 1.8 X X X X 29750 Via Mira Mosa Pond Park 15.2 X X X X X X 39895 Murrieta Hot Springs Rd. 9.7 X X X X X X X X Rosewood Park .4 X Shady Maple Park 4.8 X X X X X U U X Springbrook Park .5 X X X Sycamore Park 2.7 X X X X X Sykes Ranch Park 5 X X X X X X X 39785 Avenida Palizada 23890 Via Alisol 29785 Calle Andras 28360 Sevilla Street 23555 Madison Avenue 24145 Hayes Avenue Torrey Pines Park / Dog Park 8 X U X X X X X X X 39455 Torrey Pines Road Town Square Park 4.2 X X X X X 13 Town Square Valley Vista Park 6.5 X X X X X 24070 Morning Dove Vinatge Reserve Park 3.8 X X X X X Warm Springs Park 23.8 X X X X X Whitewood Park (Park F) 1.8 X X X X 26620 Kingwood Road 39330 Via Temprano 39333 Whitewood Road w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE Rancho Acacia Park S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 0 13 34 Copper Canyon Park KEIT H R D CLIN TON Bear Valley Park - 1 3 3 Bear Valley Park - 2 Sycamore Park Rosewood Park 2 Crystal Aire Park 13 Oak Tree Park Echo Calle Cipres Park Antigua Park 2 NUTMEG ST ADAMS AVE Valley Vista MAGNOLIA ST Sykes Ranch Park Mountain Pride Park Montafino Park WASHINGTON AVE Legend VINEYARD PKY Calle Estancia Park 15 Town Square Park 1 E CA A NI L I FO R KS OA RD Cent Native soil, Horse-Bike-Walking, Street parking #2.Cole Canyon Trail - 3.82 mi KALMIA ST California Oaks Sports Park JUNIPER ST JUNIPER ST D.G. #4.Falcon's View Trail - .51 mi IVY ST D.G., Horse-Bike-Walking, Water on trail-Restrooms, Parking lot-Street parking #8.Mapleton Trail - 1.05 mi O C D.G. #7. Los Alamos Hills Trail - 1.89 mi Murrieta Equestrian Park H Alta Murrieta Sports Park D.G., Horse-Bike-Walking, Restrooms-Parking lot #9.Murrieta Oaks Trail - .19 mi Native soil GUAVA ST RD Meadowridge Park A N #6. Lincoln Ranch Trail - .61 mi MO S GUAVA ST MU MADISON AVE Asphault, Pars course LO S A L A Community Center/Hunt Field HAYES AVE #5.Las Brisas Trail - 1.14 mi ADAMS AVE Native soil, Horse-Bike-Walking JEFFERSON AVE #3.Copper Canyon Trail - 1.53 mi LINCOLN A V E D.G., Horse-Bike-Walking, Restrooms-Parking lot RR IE TA #10.Pond Park Trail - .3 mi HO T SP R IN G S R D Concrete AC, Parking lot #12.Rancho Acacias Trail - .65 mi FIG ST Asphault, Pars course Firefighters Park ON #11. Rail Ranch Trail - .24 mi AV E J A CK S MONROE AVE C I T Y O F M U R R I E T A R E C R E A T I O N G U I D E AV OE LEMON ST Murrieta Elementary School Park #1.California Oaks Trail - 1 Mile M R ON JACKSON AVE 2 Murrieta City Trails Trail Name Glen Arbor Park Grizzly Ridge Park HAYES AVE Cole Canyon Natural Park #13.Sycamore Ranch Trail - .72 mi D.G. #14.Toulon Trail - .77 mi Native soil ELM ST Creekside Village Greens Park ELM ST ELM ST #15.Warm Springs Trail - .29 mi Native soil, Parking lot City Parks 15 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) Vintage Reserve Park 35 S P R I N G / S U M M E R 2 013 Canyon Park Oak Mesa Park Mapleton Park Springbrook Park Blackmore Ranch Park 8 4 Falcons View Park K a Park tury Park 6 A N LI N TO N K EI TH R N D O O D EW R IT PE EL LN D 7 Barrat Park 11 AS RD 8 H AI 215 C 5 D R W LO TE LI N Oak Terrace Park R W R D N L MC E 9 ER D Antelope Hills Park 14 EL L S RI Los Alamos Hills Sports Park A V E LA S B O C K 12 Eastgate Park Rancho Acacia Park Mira Mosa Park Whitewood Park 15 Northstar Park Monte Vista Park Warm Springs Park & Preserve VI A Carson Park PRINC E SA Palomar Park U N TE R GA RI TA RD Pond Park H MA R W Torrey Pines Park IN CH R D R TE ES RD Shady Maple Park 0 0.5 1 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g â€˘ 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 2 Miles CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE 10 Phone: 951-304-park (7275) Fax: 951-696-0928 Residential Customer Murrieta, CA PRESORTED STANDARD U.S.POSTAGE PAID ESCONDIDO,CA PERMIT No.475 ECRWSS 22 Birthday Bash nd Annual Saturday, June 29, 2013 California Oaks Sports Park 2pm - 9pm Special Performance by: So Cal’s Premiere Progressive & Classic Rock Cover Band Live Entertainment 2pm – Event Begins/Rides Open 4pm – Fireman’s Hosedown 5pm – Opening Band 7:30pm – ProgKnowSys Fireworks Spectacular 9pm – Following the Entertainment