Redwood City Summer 2014 Activity Guide
Your Summer 2014 Camp, Aquatics and Activity Guide!
Table of Contents 10% ADULT CLASSES................................................58-66 Arts & Crafts................................................................. 58 Computers................................................................. 60 Culinary & Baking.................................................61-62 Dance...................................................................63-64 Foreign Language...................................................... 58 Music & Singing......................................................... 59 Photography.............................................................. 65 Special Interest.....................................................65-66 OFF SELECT CAMPS Early Bird Registration Discount on Summer Camps! Save 10% on Recreation Camps if you register by April 15th! Enter the code “Summer10” after each item is added to you cart. We LOVE our customers! In fact, we want to make sure that we reward you for signing up early this year! We are giving you a 10% discount on unlimited weeks of our Recreation Camps*. Just look for the pink starburst next to the applicable camps in the Summer Camp Section. Discounted camps include: Polliwog, Tiny TImbers, Mountaineers, Kaboom, High-5, Summer Adventures and Whatchamacallit. Refunds on camps will be for the actual value paid, less processing fees. There will be no discounts given on bridge care or post care programs associated with the selected camps. Discount is on the base price of the camp prior to the addition of administrative and non-resident fees. Jump to page 22 to get started! ADULT FITNESS AND WELLNESS.................67-72 Gym & Fitness Center Information............................71 Jazzercise................................................................... 70 Martial Arts (JuJitsu, Tai Chi, etc.)..............................72 ADULT SPORTS.................................................73-74 PRESCHOOL/TOTS...........................................10-13 Dance...................................................................12-13 Lil’ Learners Preschool............................................... 10 Music......................................................................... 11 Parent Ed .................................................................. 11 Soccer/Sports Classes.......................................... 13, 18 TEENS ONLY (Teen Center, Drivers’ Ed,etc)............21 YOUTH & TEEN.................................................14-20 Dance........................................................................ 16 Junior Giants.............................................................. 20 Kids Nights................................................................. 29 Martial Arts............................................................... 19 Music......................................................................... 15 Sandpiper After School Programs..............................14 Sports Classes.......................................................17-19 Youth Advisory Board................................................ 47 SUMMER CAMPS..................................... 22-53 Registration Info & Refund Policies......................22-23 Camp Calendar.....................................................24-25 Bridge Care................................................................ 29 Leader in Training...................................................... 53 Summer Adventures (tween/teen)...........................52 AQUATICS................................................. 54-57 Junior Lifeguard......................................................... 53 REGISTRATION INFO..........................................4-5 SUMMER REGISTRATION INFO.........................22-23 RWCPARKS @RWCPARKSANDREC INSTAGRAM @RWCPARKS REDWOODCITYPARKSBLOG.WORDPRESS.COM Register Online Today COMMUNITY INFO AND EVENTS City Facilities................................................................ 8 Community Youth Sports Directory...........................20 Human Services & Adults 50+..................................... 9 Library Activities.......................................................... 7 Music in the Parks........................................back cover MyRWC App................................................................ 6 Park Guide................................................................. 75 Picnic Reservations.................................................... 75 www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks 650.780.7311 3 How to Register IMPORTANT DATES RESIDENTS: NON-RESIDENTS: Online registration: March 12 @11am Online registration: March 26 @11am Mail-in, Fax-in & Drop-off Starts now Mail-in, Fax-in & Drop-off March 26, 2014 Walk-in: Starts Now Walk-in: March 26, 2014 HOW TO ENROLL... REGISTRATION INFORMATION • Pre-registration (3 days prior to the start date at the latest) is required for all classes! In-class registrations will not be accepted. • For Registration information call 780-7311. • Register early! Many classes fill before their start dates. • Classes may be cancelled if there is low enrollment. • All registrations are taken on a first come first serve basis. • Mail In & Fax In receipts will be mailed. We will not call you to confirm your registration. • A non-refundable $2 convenience fee will now be applied to all online transactions. • Waiting lists will be established if a program is full. If a space becomes available we will contact you. You will not be charged for the class unless you are enrolled. If you wrote a check for several classes and you are put on the wait list, the remaining balance of your check will be automatically credited to your account for future use in our programs. If you would like a refund, please contact the department at 650.780.7311. ONLINE REGISTRATION Log on to: www.redwoodcity.org/parks 1. Go to “online registration” 2. You will need to set up an account 3. You may then log on and register 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 4. A non-refundable $2 convenience fee will be applied to all online transactions. MAIL-IN Send checks or credit card number to: Red Morton Community Center 1120 Roosevelt Ave. Redwood City, CA 94061 Please do not send cash!! FAX-IN Credit Card Only Red Morton Community Center, 650.364.9980 WALK-IN & DROP-OFF Registration Hours: Red Morton: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm Sandpiper: Mon-Thurs 12-8pm & Fridays 10am-6pm Drop-off - Check or Credit Card Hand delivery of registration, but not processed by staff. Drop-offs, will be handled in the order received and grouped with our mail-in & fax-in registrations. Receipts will be mailed or emailed, by request. Walk-in - Cash, Check or Credit Card Hand delivery of registration, processed by staff and receipt issued. CREDIT CARDS We now gladly accept American Express, Discover, Mastercard and Visa. 4 Summer 2014 Activity Guide REFUND & CREDIT POLICY CLASSES ONLY Summer Camp & Aquatics policy is in the Summer Camp Section • If a class is cancelled by the department, a full refund will be issued, less online convenience fees. • CLASS Cancellations made 1 week prior to the class start date will receive a refund less a $5 cancellation fee. See page 22 for camp & aquatics policy • Students who wish to withdraw from a class less than one week prior to the start date will receive a department credit which may be applied to any future recreation department activity, less the $5 cancellation fee. SINGLE DAY WORKSHOPS CANNOT BE REFUNDED AT THIS TIME. See page 22 for camp & aquatics policy • A $5 per class cancellation fee will be charged for processing refunds for all classes. See Summer Section for camp & aquatics policy, page 22 • There is NO REFUND for the $2.00 convenience fee charged by ActiveNet when you register online. This fee is collected by the Active Network to offset the costs of providing the service, and is not collected by the City of Redwood City. • In general, no refunds or credits will be issued after the class begins. • Students who are dissatisfied with a program for any reason must fill out a program evaluation prior to receiving a credit so we can make the class better in the future. Credits and refunds will be evaluated on a case by case basis by the program supervisor. • This policy applies to our fee based recreation programs and not to: Adult sports leagues, building/facility rentals & fees, food concessions, special events, recreational (open) swimming, aerobics and fitness passes, trips and class materials fees. RESIDENT STATUS- Any person with a home Redwood City mailing address is considered a resident. A Redwood City P.O. Box or business address will not be taken as proof of residency. A non-resident is someone who lives in another city. We have reinstated Non-resident class fees. WE’RE ONLY HUMAN- With so much planning, sometimes we make mistakes. Occasionally, locations change, number of classes change, and of course we have typos. Please read your receipts carefully, we will correct any changes in locations, times, dates, and fees here, as well as alert you of any additional items you may need for your activities. You can also visit our website for more clarification at www.redwoodcity.org/parks. Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Activity Registration Form Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Fax Number: 650.364.9980 The City’s Liability Waiver and Photo Release portion must be signed by all parent/guardians or participants 18 and over. Registrations with unsigned waivers will not be processed. Thank you! 1. PRIMARY CONTACT (Adult) COMPLETE ENTIRE FORM Mr. / Ms./ Mrs.____________________________________________________________ Birthdate _____/_____/_____Gender (circle) M F Street Address ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Check box to receive City_____________________________________ Zip_______________Email Address__________________________________ promotional emails Primary Phone (____)_______________________ Secondary Phone (____)________________________Cell Phone (____)______________________ Cell Phone Carrier (if you wish to receive important text alerts- ATT, Verizon, etc.):______________Emergency Contact__________________________ Relationship to participant___________________ Emergency Daytime Ph:(_____)_________________Emergency Evening Ph:(_____)_____________ 2. ACTIVITY REGISTRATION PARTICIPANT’S NAME First & Last (1 line per participant) DATE OF BIRTH GENDER (mm/dd/yy) CLASS NAME (circle) 1. M F 2. M F 3. M F 4. M F 5. M F 6. M F 7. M F Do you have any special needs that require specific accommodations so you can fully enjoy one of our classes or facilities? CLASS # CLASS # 1st Choice 2nd Choice FEE Total Fees $________________ I wish to donate to the Youth Scholarship Fund + $_______________ Less Credit on Account - $________________ If YES, please check here. TOTAL $________________ 3. PAYMENT CREDIT CARD CHECK Card #_______________________________________________ Exp. Date_____________ Payable to: CITY OF RWC Security Code (3-4 digit code on back of the card) _________________ $15 returned check fee Signature X________________________________________________________________ Name on Card (print)_________________________________________________________ 4. CASH LIABILITY WAIVER & PHOTO RELEASE LIABILITY WAIVER (all classes require the signature of each Registering Adult or the Parent or Guardian of any Minor(s). Permission to participate in the following programs, including associated travel sponsored by the City of Redwood City Community Services Department is given for me and/or child as named below. In consideration of participation in these programs, I hereby indemnify and hold harmless and release the City of Redwood City, its agents, its employees and volunteers working for the City, from any and all liability for injury suffered by me or my child arising from or connected with these programs. I assume all risk for any injuries. I sign of my own free will. Sign Below PHOTO RELEASE: I/we agree to allow use of my/our photograph in program publicity. I have read and fully understand these policies. (initial)_______ Signature Print Name 2nd registrant’s signature (if two adults are registering on the same form) Date Print Name Date myRWC Your One-stop Redwood City Resource Report Issues Get Notifications Get Answers iPhone http://goo.gl/A7TZw http://goo.gl/kAu23b http://goo.gl/GpcPxS You can also report issues online at www.redwoodcity.org Brought to you by the City of Redwood City, CA POWERED BY Our Facilities COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES BUILDING (CAB) ADDITIONAL PHONE NUMBERS 1400 Roosevelt Avenue, Redwood City, CA 94061 (650) 780-7250 Amenities Include: • Classrooms • Department Offices • Facility Rentals • Park Information Department Administration Registration Information Senior Center & Activities Park Information Teen Activities Fair Oaks Human Services Accessible Recreation Childcare Coordinator RED MORTON COMMUNITY CENTER (RMCC) 1120 Roosevelt Avenue, Redwood City, CA 94061 (650) 780-7311 Amenities Include: • Aerobics • Classes • Fitness Center • Gymnasium • Facility Rentals • Teen Program • Registration • Phil Shao Memorial Skate Park 780-7250 780-7311 780-7270 780-7250 780-7342 780-7500 780-7343 780-7336 EMAIL US Have questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org WANT TO TEACH A CLASS? Visit our home page at www.redwoodcity.org/parks and click on “Contact us / Teach a class” to download our instructor application. FAIR OAKS COMMUNITY CENTER (FOCC) 2600 Middlefield Rd., Redwood City, CA 94063 (650) 780-7500 Amenities Include: • Human Services • Fair Oaks Senior Center Programs • Facility Rentals REDWOOD CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY (650) 780-7018 The Downtown Library is located at 1044 Middlefield Road, across from the City Hall. Metered parking is available adjoining the building. LIBRARY HOURS SANDPIPER COMMUNITY CENTER (SCC) Monday-Thursday 10am to 9pm / Friday 10am-5pm Saturday 10am-5pm / Sunday 12-5pm 797 Redwood Shores Parkway, Redwood City, CA 94065 (650) 780-7323 Amenities Include: • Conference Room • Aerobics • After School Program • Facility Rentals • Classes • Multi-Purpose Room with stage COMMUNITY LIBRARIES Fair Oaks Library 2510 Middlefield Road (650) 780-7261 Schaberg Library 2140 Euclid Ave (650) 780-7010 Redwood Shores Library (RWS) 399 Marine Parkway (650) 780-5740 VETERANS MEMORIAL SENIOR CENTER (VMSC) 1455 Madison Avenue, Redwood City, CA 94061 (650) 780-7270 Amenities Include: • Senior Programs • Fitness Center • Theater • Nutrition Program • Accessible Recreation • Facility Rentals • Senior Services LIBRARY PHONE NUMBERS Customer Service 780-7018 Project READ 780-7077 Telephone Renewal 638-0399 LIBRARY ONLINE Access the library from home or work at: www.redwoodcity.org/library Find activities, the library catalog, your library record, specialized electronic databases and more. Class Locations may be listed in abbreviated form for each course. Please note the initials next to each location title. 8 Summer 2014 Activity Guide Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Veterans Memorial Senior Center 1455 Madison Avenue, Redwood City The Veterans Memorial Senior Center is dedicated to the health & wellness of older adults by enhancing the body, mind and spirit. We are here to help. Fair Oaks Community Center Serving the Broader Redwood City Community The Fair Oaks Community Center is a multi-service facility offering a variety of services to the broader Redwood City Community. Services are offered by a combination of City staff and representatives from public and private non-profit agencies. Services are available in Spanish and English. For more information, call 780-7500 or visit www.redwoodcity.org/parks/humanservices.html AVAILABLE SERVICES Child Care and Pre-School Crisis Intervention Education Food Programs Shelter Holiday Toy and Book Program Housing Assistance Immigration and Citizenship Information and Referral Legal Services Translation and Forms Assistance OLDER ADULT SERVICES Breakfast and Lunch programs Computer Classes Exercise Classes Art Classes And More! COMMUNITY CLASSES Art Computer Exercise ESL/Citizenship Spanish Tai Chi Yoga Senior Services Provides patrons and family members with information, support & referrals. 650.780.7274 Nutrition Program Offers home-style meals TWTh for a low cost of $6.00. Take-Out Too! 650.780.7259 Classes / Programs A wide range of classes/programs specific to older adults. 650.780.7274 Special Events Dances, Socials, Festivals and More! Special Events Hotline 650.780.7264 Transportation to the Senior Center The VMSC offers transportation to and from the Senior Center Tues/Wed/ Thurs for FREE round-trip within Redwood City. For more information or to request an application, call (650) 537-2969. Activities Fitness Classes Friday Movies Computer Classes Art Classes Music Classes Lectures Health Screenings Lots of Clubs! Bingo Support senior programs by embracing the classic game of Bingo! Age 18+ (650) 780-7381 SUN: doors open at 9am Early Bird 12:00pm Regular Game 12:30pm WED: doors open at 4pm Regular Game 6:30pm Arbor Gift Shop Support your senior community by purchasing affordable handcrafted items, greeting cards, snacks and more! (650) 780-7338 Hours: Tuesday-Friday 9:30am-2:30pm Adaptive Physical Education Classes For more information, please call 650-368-7732 www.redwoodcity.org/parks/adults50/adaptive_pe.html A fitness program designed for individuals of all levels of ability including those with limitations and disabilities. The long term goal is to increase the level of function and wellness, focusing on cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility and balance, including adaptive yoga, fall prevention, and sport-related fitness. Instructors will design and implement individualized exercise programs for all students. Personal fitness goals will be evaluated periodically. Offered Mon/Wed/Fri from 9:00-10:30am and 10:30am-12:00 Noon Tu/Th from 9:00-10:30am/10:30am-Noon/1:30-3pm 9 Priority Registration is given to Continuing students before resident registration begins. Families must provide age verification with your initial registration. Acceptable proof of age can be one of the following: Birth Certificate or passport. Please call 780-7311 for more information. You must register at Red Morton Community Center. • Registration for 2014-2015 school year begins on May 1st. • A $100 deposit is required to hold your child’s spot. • All Pre-K classes begin on September 3, 2014, All Lil’ Tots classes begin on September 2, 2014. Children must be toilet trained and developmentally ready to be separated from their parents. Please be prepared to bring snacks for the class 1-2 times per session. LIL’ LEARNERS PRESCHOOL SPANISH IMMERSION LIL’ LEARNERS PRESCHOOL Age 3-5 Must be of age by September 1, 2014 This program is designed for children to develop social, cognitive, and physical skills in a stimulating and warm environment. Teachers implement a child-centered philosophy to create a curriculum responsive to all the children in the group. Children will be introduced to a variety of Pre-K concepts including language, math, art, science, music and movement. By creating an environment that balances teacher directed and unstructured activities, children will develop independence, confidence and a positive sense of the world around them. Children must be toilet trained and developmentally ready to be separated from their parents. Please be prepared to bring snacks for the class 1-2 times per session. Please call 780-7311 for more information. You must register at Red Morton Community Center Location: Red Morton Community Center Age 3-5 Must be of age by September 1, 2014 Research shows that total immersion is the best way for children to develop a long lasting foundation in the Spanish language. 90% of instruction will be in Spanish and 10% in English. The classes are designed to spark and maintain children’s interest in Spanish by engaging them in creative and enjoyable cultural activities such as dancing, singing, literature, art and games. Through immersion, children will learn the Spanish language naturally and easily as they master basic pre-school skills. LUNCH BUDDIES Add an additional hour to your child’s class. Please send a lunch to school with your child. After lunch, activities will be available. CLASS AGE DAYS TIME FEE Pre-Kindergarten 4-5y MWF 9am-12pm $318/ month Little Tots 3-4y TuTh 9am-12pm $230/ month Lunch Buddies 3-5y MWF or TuTh 12-1pm $92/month CLASS TIME FEE MWF 1-4pm $318/ month Little Tots TuTh 1-4pm $230/ month 3-4y SMALL STEPS Ages 18 mos-36mos with Parent Introduce your young child to preschool activities. This program meets once a week and allows young children to experience preschool activities with the guidance of their parent or caregiver. Children will enjoy arts-n-crafts, games, story time, singing, and snacks. A parent or caregiver must participate, and will be responsible for bringing a group snack during the session. Parents and children should wear comfortable clothing and closed-toe shoes. Location: Sandpiper DAY 71.370 Tu Summer 2014 Activity Guide DAYS Pre-Kindergarten 4-5y CODE 10 AGE TIME DATE 10-11am 7/8-8/12 WEEKS FEE 6 $68 Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services TOTS Parenting Music Infants 0-14 months + parents with Lee Fernandez, M.A. in Infant & Toddler Development, Certified Montessori Preschool Teacher, Resources For Infant Educators (RIE) Associate, 40 years experience as a parent educator. Discover your baby in a peaceful, safe play setting that encourages babies to become attentive, active and curious explorers. Parents are the natural experts, observing and learning from their own child, other participants, and from an experienced parent educator. Focus on what your child can do. Balance baby’s needs and your own. Tune in to your unique child and family circumstance. Read baby’s cues, discover when to intervene or more importantly, when not to. Enjoy your child’s unfolding developmental process. Learn how to create an optimum home environment without expensive toys or gimmicks. For more info contact email@example.com. Bring a small blanket or quilt to put your baby on. Infants through 4 years $89 / $75 Resident Discount • 5 weeks $186 / $166 Resident Discount Siblings 8 months and older $122 / $102 Resident Discount DISCOVER YOUR BABY CODE DAY TIME 03.255 Tu 03.256 Tu MUSIC TOGETHER SIBLINGS UNDER 8 MONTHS ARE FREE! with Mo Music teacher Shy Rachman, www.momusic.org Mo Music is excited to offer nationally acclaimed, Music Together, a parentchild music and movement program. During class, you will sing, dance, and play instruments to songs. These fun activities are developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers to participate in regardless of their own musical ability! Tuition includes class materials, two professionally recorded CDs and a beautifully illustrated song book so you can continue making music at home. Make up classes can be scheduled online at www.momusic.org. Visit our website for teacher bios. For a free preview class, contact firstname.lastname@example.org DATE LOCATION 10:30am-12:00pm 6/3-7/1 RWS Library CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS SITE 10:30am-12:00pm 7/29-8/26 RWS Library 03.248 W 9:15-10:00am 7/9-8/27 8 RMCC 03.249 W 10:15-11:00am 7/9-8/27 8 RMCC 03.250 W 11:15am-12:00pm 7/9-8/27 8 RMCC BABY SIGN LANGUAGE Parents-to-be & parents with babies: birth to 18 months with Bill Austin-White, www.TouchBlueSky.com Want to be a baby whisperer? Stop guessing what your baby is trying to tell you. Baby Sign Language gives babies the opportunity to communicate long before they can verbalize their wants and needs. Signing with babies accelerates language acquisition, reduces frustration, enhances a child’s self esteem, and deepens the bond between parent and child. Fun activities and songs will show you how easy it can be to integrate more than 30 basic signs into your everyday routine and jump-start your child’s verbal skills. You are welcome to bring your baby, but it is not required. Lab Fee: $5 payable to the instructor at class. NO REFUNDS 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS START DATE. Location: RMCC TIME DATE 1 person 03.263 CODE Sa 12:30-2pm 6/28 $28/ $24 Resident Couple* Sa 12:30-2pm 6/28 $40/$34 Resident per couple* 03.264 DAY The “S” Logo denotes classes held in Redwood Shores Register Online Today SATURDAY HANDS-ON MUSIC! Age 3-5 with adult (2yr olds admitted w/ instructor permission) with Jennifer Henderson, M.A. Music, and award-winning professional flutist Goofy games, silly songs, laughter and joy accompany this kidfriendly journey into the world of real music - with real instruments to try, fun games with learning notes and rhythms, an intro to classics and world music and plenty of room for creativity! Taught by Jennifer Henderson, a 30-year veteran of preschool music teaching, Hands On Music! is a delight for parents and kids together (children must be accompanied by parent or caregiver at all times). Children must attend with parent/companion. (2-year-olds may be admitted with instructor permission.) Lab fee: $20 payable to instructor at 1st class. $158 / $138 Resident Discount CODE DAY TIME DATE WKS SITE SKIP 03.268 Sa 10:15-11am 6/7-7/19 6 RMCC 7/5 03.269 Sa 10:15-11am 7/26-8/30 6 RMCC www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks 650.780.7311 11 TOTS Dance CLASSES BY DANCE FORCE All dancers will perform in class, on the last day of the session. Parents wait outside of the classroom. www.danceforcekids.com 12 CLASS AGE CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS FEE SITE SKIP Dancing Together 1½-3yrs 03.210 Th 10:15-10:45am 6/12-7/17 5 $70/$59 Resident Discount RMCC 7/3 Princess Pre-Ballet 3-5yrs 03.211 Th 10:45-11:30am 6/12-7/17 5 $78/$66 Resident Discount RMCC 7/3 Ballet & Tap 4-7yrs 03.212 Th 11:30am-12:15pm 6/12-7/17 5 $78/$66 Resident Discount RMCC 7/3 Tiny Tots Ballet 2-3½yrs 03.213 Sa 10:30-11:00am 6/14-7/19 5 $70/$59 Resident Discount RMCC 7/5 Princess Pre-Ballet 3-5yrs 03.214 Sa 11:05-11:50am 6/14-7/19 5 $78/$66 Resident Discount RMCC 7/5 Ballet & Tap 4-7yrs 03.215 Sa 11:55a-12:40p 6/14-7/19 5 $78/$66 Resident Discount RMCC 7/5 Princess Pre-Ballet 3-5yrs 03.216 Sa 11:05-11:50am 8/2-8/30 5 $78/$66 Resident Discount RMCC Tiny Tots Ballet 2-3½yrs 03.217 Sa 10:30-11:00am 8/2-8/30 5 $70/$59 Resident Discount RMCC Hip Hop Boogie 3-5yrs 03.218 Sa 11:55am-12:40pm 8/2-8/30 5 $78/$66 Resident Discount RMCC BALLET & TAP PRINCESS PRE-BALLET Age 4-7 Tippy Toe Turns, Alligator Walks, and Magic Garden Dances! This is a great class which introduces your child to ballet and tap. They will learn ballet steps, tap combinations, use props, and understand dance terminology, while dancing to fun music! All dancers will do an in class performance on the last day of the session. Tap & Ballet shoes required Age 3-5 Calling all Princesses! In this magical princess themed class, they will learn ballet, creative dance, individual steps, across the floor movement and dance combinations. While dancing to their favorite princess music they will use fun props like scarves, magic wands, & more. TINY TOTS BALLET DANCING TOGETHER! HIP HOP BOOGIE Age 2-3 Magic Wands, Flowers, & Tutus! Children will be introduced to ballet, creative and free movement, learn ballet steps, use props, sing songs and begin to understand dance terminology. (Parents can stay for the first class & will be invited in for a preview at the mid-point of the session & the last class date.) Age 1½-3 with Adult This class is designed to give children the beginning elements of dance in a fun, comfortable, and creative learning environment. The instructor will guide you through both listening and moving activities, and dances to get you both dancing around hand in hand. We will use props, sing songs, let the children explore the dance space, and have fun! Age 3-5 Bounce, Jump, & Spin! Your child will love this energetic and action packed class. They will learn basic hip hop dance moves to fun kid’s music while building confidence, coordination, and rhythm. Movement games, using their imagination, and being creative is all a part of this great class. Kids will perform on last day of class. Summer 2014 Activity Guide Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Ice Skating Age 2½-5 with Nazareth Ice Oasis Staff Ice skating is a confidence building sport that is challenging and rewarding. These classes will give you a fun introduction to basic ice skating skills including forward and backward skating and stopping. Skate rental and practice time are included on the day of the lesson only. Location: Nazareth Ice Oasis, 3140 Bay Road, RWC BALLET/TAP COMBO WITH ANGIE Age 3-4 with Angela Torres Toes, taps and tots! This is a great class for your tiny dancer to learn and grow in a creative and positive environment. We will learn tap steps, ballet positions, dance terminology, and fun routines! Experience the joy of dance with Miss Angie! We will have an in class performance on the last day of class. Parents may watch the first and last class. Tap and ballet shoes required. Location: RMCC $72/ $61 Resident Discount CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS 03.235 Tu 10:30-11:15am 6/3-7/1 5 03.236 W 10:30-11:15am 6/4-7/2 5 6/6-6/27 4 $59/ $50 Resident Discount 03.237 F 2:45-3:30pm TOTS PARENT & ME / TOT BEGINNING ICE SKATING BALLET/TAP COMBO Age 5-7 with Angela “Angie” Torres Come learn to dance in this fun and positive environment! This creative class introduces children to a combination of both tap and ballet. Children will learn tap steps, ballet positions, dance terminology, and how to count music! Tights, leotard, and tap & ballet shoes are required. An in-class performance will be held on the last day of class. Location: RMCC $59/$50 Resident Discount CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS 12.211 F 3:45-4:30pm 6/6-6/27 4 PARENT & ME (AGE 2½-5) The focus of Parent & Me is for the child to become independent on the ice. CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS FEE 03.290 Sa 11:45am-12:15pm 6/28-8/9 no 7/5 6 $84 TOT (AGE 3-5) CODE DAY TIME 03.291 Tu 03.292 Sa DATE 3:30-4:00pm WEEKS FEE 6 $84 6 $84 6 $84 6/3-7/8 11:45am-12:15pm 6/28-8/9 no 7/5 03.293 W 5:20-5:50pm 7/9-8/13 Soccer MOMMY / DADDY & ME SOCCER Age 2-3½ with Kidz Love Soccer Since 1979, Kidz Love Soccer has been dedicated to teaching children the world’s most popular sport within a nurturing, recreational environment. A variety of activities designed around the game of soccer will be played each week. As you and your child participate in our fun age appropriate activities, your child will be developing their large motor skills and socialization skills. KLS class status hotline (888) 372-5803. Each participant will receive a soccer jersey. LOCATION: MARLIN PARK CODE DAY TIME DATE WKS FEE 13.210 M 5:45-6:15pm 7/7-8/25 8 $123/ $103 Resident LOCATION: RMCC PARK- VALOTA RD. CODE DAY TIME DATE WKS FEE 13.213 Th 11:15-11:45am 7/10-8/28 8 $123/ $103 Resident 13.214 Th 5:45-6:15pm 7/10-8/28 8 $123/ $103 Resident 13.222 Sa 4:30-5:00pm 7/12-8/23 7 $110/ $92 Resident 13.223 Sa 5:05-5:35pm 7/12-8/23 7 $110/ $92 Resident More Classes for kids 3+ in the Youth Section! Register Online Today www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks 650.780.7311 13 YOUTH Sandpiper Youth Club Registration Information Registration is taken on a First Come First Serve basis. Spaces are solidified in August, but there is still plenty of space for more children. Register online at www.RedwoodCity.org/SYC Facebook.com/SandpiperCenter Subscribe to our Redwood Shores Family eNewsletters here: www.redwoodcity.org/follow SANDPIPER YOUTH CLUB K-PLAY FOR KINDERS! (MON - FRI) Grades K - 5 with Sandpiper Recreation Staff, and Director: Telisha Brent If you want to be a part of a fun after school club, then the SYC is for YOU! We will play games, sports, do crafts, learn life skills, watch movies, have special visitors, and more! Children will also have homework time during the program. Sandpiper Youth Club Staff are courteous, professional and most important...fun! Come check us out! MAXIMUM ENROLLMENT 120, so sign up early! (Due to the growth of this program and the number of children, the discipline policy will be closely monitored for your child’s safety and enjoyment). Sandpiper Elementary Students have first priority. We will accommodate all Sandpiper School minimum days. Payment Plans are available, strict rules apply. Priority registration is given to continuing students. Fees are calculated based on number of regular school days and minimum days per session. SCHOOL DAYS ONLY: M-F 2:45-5:30pm & W 12:30-5:30pm Session Dates 1 14 Code Fee 8/27-10/31 44.420 $543 +1 Child Skip Sandpiper Kindergartners with Sandpiper Recreation Staff, and Director: Edna English Kindergartners! Now is your chance to experience your OWN fun after school club! Play games, make crafts and projects, work together and get your energy out! This program will run prior to Sandpiper Youth Club from 12:30-3pm. Our experienced staff pick children up from class and walk them to Sandpiper Community Center. COME PLAY! First Priority to Sandpiper School Students at the start of the school year, then it’s general registration. Monday-Friday or Tues/Thurs 12:30-3pm Kindergartners who need additional care may also register for Sandpiper Youth Club which ends at 5:30pm. Holidays: 9/1, 10/13, 11/11, 11/27, 11/28, 12/22-1/2, 1/19, 2/16-2/20, 4/20-4/24 and 5/25 SCHOOL DAYS ONLY Month Dates Aug/Sept 8/27-9/30 Mon-Fri $295/mo +1 Child $266 Tues/Th see fees Fee (+1 child) 44.401 44.405 $149 ($135) Oct 10/1-10/31 44.402 44.406 $133 ($120) $489 9/1, 10/13 Nov 11/3-11/28 44.403 44.407 $89 ($81) Dec 12/1-12/19 44.404 44.408 $89 ($81) 2 11/3-12/19 44.421 $419 $378 11/11,11/27 11/28 3 1/5-3/20 44.220 $604 $544 1/19 2/16-2/20 Jan 1/6-1/30 44.101 44.104 $119 ($108) 44.102 44.105 $89 ($81) 3/23-6/11 44.221 $630 $567 4/20-4/24 5/25 Feb 2/2-2/27 4 March 3/2-3/31 44.103 44.106 $133 ($120) April 4/1-4/30 44.201 44.204 $104 ($94) May 5/1-5/29 44.202 44.205 $119 ($108) June 6/1-6/11 44.203 ($148, $134) 44.206 $59 ($53) FLUTE FOR KIDS Music Age 3-12 with Jennifer Henderson, M.A. Music, and award-winning professional flutist Created especially for kids, this gentle, fun-filled class in playing the flute helps young players sail into beautiful playing. Taught by veteran flute instructor Jennifer Henderson M.M., Flute for Kids uses the most successful approach to playing ever devised - the one that has created more prodigies than any other in the last 40 years. Playing is most successful when parents and children work together, but kids 8 and over may attend independently. Lab fee: $20 payable to instructor at 1st class for for tote bag, container for papers, weekly worksheets and CDs for class. KIDS SING Age 5-9 with The Latimerlo Studio Does your little one love singing? This is a fun age to begin learning the very basics of singing technique and music. Students will work on kid-friendly songs together in preparation for a performance at the end of 5 weeks. Lab Fee: $10 payable to instructor at 1st class. $158/ $138 Resident Discount $112 / $94 Resident Discount CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS SITE 18.220 Tu 3:30-4:30pm 6/10-7/8 5 CAB 18.221 Tu 3:30-4:30pm 7/15-8/12 5 CAB CODE DAY TIME DATE 18.201 Sa 9:30-10am 6/7-7/19 WEEKS 6 18.202 Sa 9:30-10am 7/26-8/30 6 SKIP 7/5 SITE RMCC RMCC JAMMIN’ M 2:15-3pm 18.275 18.280 M 3-3:45pm 18.276 18.281 M 3:45-4:30pm 18.277 18.282 M 4:30-5:15pm 18.278 18.283 Age 5-12 with Jennifer Henderson, M.A. Music This laid-back, creativity-enhancing class introduces kids to the basics of music, street-drumming style. With 5-gallon buckets, drumsticks, recorders, a keyboard and plenty of paper, pencils and erasers, participants will learn simple rhythms and note-reading, how to play together and how to lead. Eager learners can start writing music of their own. Even reluctant learners may find out music is one of their hidden interests in this simple, step-by-step approach taught by a caring, seasoned professional musician and veteran music teacher who enjoys kids and loves the art. Features hits from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s and incorporates the kids’ favorite music. Lab fee: $20 payable to instructor at 1st class for weekly packet of worksheets, CDs, DVD, plastic container for materials, tote bag, recorder. Please wear comfy clothes, bring a bottle of water and make sure students have eaten a substantial breakfast before coming to class. M 5:15-6pm 18.279 18.284 $158/ $138 Resident Discount PRIVATE SINGING LESSONS Age 9 - Adult with the staff at The Latimerlo Studio, successfully creating great singers since 1998! Private singing lessons are the key to singing with a powerful, beautiful voice. Let the staff at the Latimerlo Studio take you to the next level! Be sure to impress at your next audition and performance. Lab Fee: $20 payable to instructor at 1st class for Book & CD. Location: CAB $211 / $191 Resident Discount Day Time 6/9-6/30 7/7-7/28 Register Online Today YOUTH Youth Classes CODE DAY 18.203 Sa TIME 11:10-11:50am 6/7-7/19 6 18.204 Sa 11:10-11:50am 7/26-8/30 6 www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks DATE WEEKS 650.780.7311 SKIP 7/5 SITE RMCC RMCC 15 Dance BALLET/TAP COMBO Age 5-7 with Angela “Angie” Torres Come learn to dance in this fun and positive environment! This creative class introduces children to a combination of both tap and ballet. Children will learn tap steps, ballet positions, dance terminology, and how to count music! Tights, leotard, and tap & ballet shoes are required. An in-class performance will be held on the last day of class. DAY TIME DATE WEEKS FEE SITE 12.211 F 3:45-4:30pm 6/6-6/27 4 $59/ $50 Res. Discount RMCC YOUTH CODE Classes at American Academy of Ballet New Location! 2555 Middlefield Road Redwood City All Supplies are available for purchase through the Academy of American Ballet. HIP HOP Age 8-12 with Kristen Wright, Academy of American Ballet This fun class allows kids to explore hip hop movement in an environment that promotes age-appropriate movement and lyrics. Kristen builds a strong rapport with students while they have fun learning dance steps. Students will need black jazz pants, jazz shoes, leotard. CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS 12.207 M 5:30-6:15pm 7/7-8/11 6 FEE CODE $114 12.213 Th HIP HOP Age 10-13 with Kristen Wright, Academy of American Ballet This fun class allows kids to explore hip hop movement in an environment that promotes age-appropriate movement and lyrics. Kristen builds a strong rapport with students while they have fun learning dance steps. Students will need black jazz pants, jazz shoes, leotard. CODE DAY TIME DATE 12.208 W 5:05-6:00pm 7/9-8/13 WEEKS 6 DATE DAY CODE $114 12.212 Sa AGE CODE Age 7-9 12.209 M 4:35-5:30pm 7/7-8/11 6 WKS FEE $114 Age 10-13 12.210 W 4:00-4:55pm 7/9-8/13 6 $114 TIME DATE 3:30-4:25pm 7/10-8/14 WEEKS FEE 6 $114 JAZZ/TAP Age 7-9 NEW with Minna Rogers, Academy of American Ballet We offer clean jazz classes with age-appropriate lyrics, movements, and dress. Kids will learn basic jazz movement from many styles including Classical Broadway, Lyrical, and Contemporary. At the same time they will learn basic tap moves. This a great introductory class. Students will need black jazz pants, black tap shoes, and leotard. FEE BASIC JAZZ I / II Age 7-13 with Kristen Wright, instructor Academy of American Ballet Come take a great basic jazz class from a wonderful teacher who builds strong rapport with students while teaching discipline in a fun way. Our jazz classes offer strong technique in an environment that allows kids to be kids with age-appropriate movement and lyrics. Students will need Black jazz shoes, black jazz pants, and a dance camisole. DAY TIME BOYS’ BALLET CLASS Age 7-12 with Eric Sparks, Academy of American Ballet Come take ballet classes from a former professional ballet dancer from Boston Ballet who teaches basic ballet movement in a fun way. Eric is a fantastic, inspiring teacher, and is well-loved by students. Students will need black ballet shoes, white t-shirt, and black dance shorts or bike shorts. DAY TIME DATE 10:05-11:00am 7/12-8/16 WEEKS 6 FEE $114 BASIC JAZZ Age 8-12 with Minna Rogers, Academy of American Ballet We offer clean jazz classes with age-appropriate lyrics, movements, and dress. Kids will learn basic jazz movement from many styles including Classical Broadway, Lyrical, and Contemporary. Jazz is a great way to build core strength, stretch, and coordination. Students will need black jazz shoes, black jazz pants, and dance camisole or leotard. CODE DAY TIME 12.214 Sa 11:05am-12pm DATE 7/12-8/16 WEEKS 6 FEE $114 BASIC BALLET Age 8-12 with Lexi Gilman, Academy of American Ballet This class is designed for the older child who has an interest in ballet, but hasn’t had much exposure yet to the art and technique. Come learn ballet in a supportive environment. It is never too late to learn! Students will need pink ballet shoes, leotard, and tights. CODE DAY 12.215 Sa 16 TIME DATE 10-11am 7/12-8/16 Summer 2014 Activity Guide WEEKS 6 FEE $114 Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Tennis TENNIS AT YOUR SERVICE Taught by the staff of Stanford Tennis Coach John Whitlinger and USPTA Professional Tom Sarsfield. Enjoy top-flight instruction from the staff of Stanford Tennis Coach John Whitlinger and Stanford/USPTA Pro, Tom Sarsfield. Youth and adult classes of 3-8 students will consist of eight hours of instruction. Classes of two students will consist of four hours of lessons. Terrific Tiny Tennis will consist of eight forty minute lessons. Students provide own rackets. YOUTH IMPORTANT: In case of rain, contact the Recreation Dept. at 650.780.7311 within the hour before scheduled starting time for class status or check with the instructor at the court. NO POSTPONEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE INITIATED BY THE INSTRUCTOR OR BY THE RECREATION DEPARTMENT. Unless notified to the contrary, make up lessons will be forwarded to the next normal meeting day and time. However, Fridays (for weekday lessons) or Sundays (for weekend lessons) may be used at the instructor’s discretion. NOTE: If an earlier class is postponed due to rain, all the following classes may also be postponed that day even if the courts become dry. Location: Red Morton Courts #1-2, 1400 Roosevelt Ave. Classes meet twice per week CLASS AGE CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS FEE Terrific Tiny Tennis 5-7 16.250 MW 6:20-7:00pm 6/16-7/9 4 $110/ $92 Resident Discount Terrific Tiny Tennis 5-7 16.251 MW 6:20-7:00pm 7/14-8/6 4 $110/ $92 Resident Discount Quickstart Tennis 8-10 16.252 MW 4:00-5:00pm 6/16-7/9 4 $110/ $92 Resident Discount Quickstart Tennis 8-10 16.253 MW 4:00-5:00pm 7/14-8/6 4 $110/ $92 Resident Discount Youth Novice 11-14 16.254 MW 3:00-4:00pm 6/16-7/9 4 $110/ $92 Resident Discount Youth Intermediate 11-14 16.255 MW 3:00-4:00pm 7/14-8/6 4 $110/ $92 Resident Discount TERRIFIC TINY TENNIS YOUTH NOVICE Age 4-7 Children play FUN activities and games with low compression tennis balls on the “42 ft. court” that will enhance their skill development in a success oriented environment. Small group lessons, only 2-6 students! We recommend the 23” to 25” rackets. Age 11-14 For Beginning to Low Intermediate players. Develop the essential techniques with emphasis on control, depth, and direction on the “78 ft. court” with regulation tennis balls. Lessons will also incorporate basic strategy and tactics. QUICKSTART TENNIS Age 11-14 For players who are consistent on slow to medium paced shots but needs to develop more spin, power, and/or variety. Basic to advanced shots, strategy and tactics will be introduced and reinforced by performance enhancing drills. Age 8-10 Kids will enhance their skill development with special compression tennis balls on the “60 ft. court”. Play to learn! YOUTH INTERMEDIATE INDIVIDUAL TENNIS LESSONS Learn new strokes or improve your old ones through individualized lessons based on your needs. All ages, beginners to advanced. Call the Redwood City Parks and Rec Dept. at (650)780-7311 or visit WhitlingerSarsfieldTennis.com for contact information to make arrangements. Location: Mezes Park Ct. #1 (instructor priority at all times) Red Morton Park Ct. #1 (Saturdays 9am-9pm) Fee: $65 per hour or $180 for three one hour lessons (Add $5 per hour for each additional person). All checks payable to the “City of Redwood City”. Check and registration form must be given to the instructor at the time of your lesson. Visit WhitlingerSarsfieldTennis.com for more information. Register Online Today www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks 650.780.7311 17 YOUTH Soccer WWW.KIDZLOVESOCCER.COM KIDZ LOVE SOCCER Since 1979, Kidz Love Soccer has been dedicated to teaching children the world’s most popular sport within a nurturing, recreational environment. A typical session experience includes age appropriate activities: skill demonstrations, fun games, and instructional scrimmages. Young soccer enthusiasts experience soccer fun in a safe, non-competitive environment. Kidz Love Soccer…”Where the score is always FUN to FUN!” Each participant will receive a soccer jersey. Shin guards are required after the first meeting. KLS class status hotline (888) 372-5803 TOT SOCCER (3½-4YRS) Tot Soccer is a great way to introduce your child to the exciting sport of soccer. Young children will develop large motor skills while having fun running and kicking just like the big kids! Shin guards are required after the first meeting. RAIN-OUT HOTLINE 1.888.372.5803 PRE-SOCCER (4-5YRS) Children will have fun and learn the basic techniques of the game while building self-esteem and learning to follow instructions in a nurturing teaching environment. Shin guards are required after the first meeting. SOCCER 1 (5-6YRS) Players will learn dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, age-specific defense, etc. Fun skill games are played at every session, and every participant will have a ball at his or her feet. Shin guards are required after the first meeting. SKILLS AND SCRIMMAGES (7-10YRS.) Kidz 7-10 years of age will enjoy advanced skill building: dribbling, passing and shooting in a team play format. Each class we will play games to build individual skills and small-sided scrimmages that emphasize application of finer technical points. This is the perfect bridge from our Soccer 1 classes for those who are aspiring to the next level. All levels of skill are welcome to learn and enjoy the world’s most popular sport! Shin guards are required after the first meeting. MONDAYS - MARLIN PARK (CORNER OF NEPTUNE/CRINGLE) SATURDAYS - RED MORTON PARK (VALOTA RD.) $123 / $103 Resident Discount • 8 weeks $110/ $92 Res. Discount • 7 weeks CODE TIME Soccer 1 CLASS 5-6yrs AGES 13.207 3:45-4:30pm DATE CODE TIME DATE 7/7-8/25 Soccer 1 Pre-Soccer 4-5yrs 13.208 4:30-5:05pm Tot-Soccer 3½-4yrs 13.209 Mom/Dad & Me 2-3½yrs 13.210 CLASS 5-6yrs AGES 13.219 2:30-3:15pm 7/12-8/23 7/7-8/25 Tot-Soccer 3½-4yrs 13.220 3:15-3:45pm 7/12-8/23 5:05-5:35pm 7/7-8/25 Pre-Soccer 4-5yrs 13.221 3:45-4:20pm 7/12-8/23 5:45-6:15pm 7/7-8/25 Mom/Dad & Me 2-3½yrs 13.222 4:30-5:00pm 7/12-8/23 Mom/Dad & Me 2-3½yrs 13.223 5:05-5:35pm 7/12-8/23 THURSDAYS - RED MORTON PARK CLASS 18 AGES CODE TIME DATE DATE WEEKS FEE SITE Tot-Soccer 3½-4yrs Pre-Soccer 4-5yrs 13.211 Th 10:00-10:30am 7/10-8/28 8 $123/$103 Res. Discount Valota Rd. 13.212 Th 10:30-11:05am 7/10-8/28 8 $123/$103 Res. Discount Valota Rd. Mom/Dad & Me 2-3½yrs 13.213 Th 11:15-11:45am 7/10-8/28 8 $123/$103 Res. Discount Valota Rd. Soccer 1 5-6yrs 13.215 Th 3:45-4:30pm 7/10-8/28 8 $123/$103 Res. Discount Valota Rd. Pre-Soccer 4-5yrs 13.216 Th 4:30-5:05pm 7/10-8/28 8 $123/$103 Res. Discount Valota Rd. Tot-Soccer 3½-4yrs 13.217 Th 5:05-5:35pm 7/10-8/28 8 $123/$103 Res. Discount Valota Rd. Mom/Dad & Me 2-3½yrs 13.214 Th 5:45-6:15pm 7/10-8/28 8 $123/$103 Res. Discount Valota Rd. Skills & Scrimmages 7-10yrs 13.218 Th 6:30-7:15pm 7/10-8/28 8 $123/$103 Res. Discount Valota Rd. Summer 2014 Activity Guide Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Martial Arts JU-JITSU / KARATE / ESCRIMA $131 / $111 Resident Discount â€˘ 5 weeks, twice per week CLASS AGE CODE DAY Beg / Int 4-12yrs 15.201 M/W 6:00-7:00pm 6/16-7/16 TIME DATE Advanced 6-18yrs 15.202 M/W 7:00-8:00pm 6/16-7/16 Beg / Int 4-12yrs 15.203 M/W 6:00-7:00pm 7/21-8/20 Advanced 6-18yrs 15.204 M/W 7:00-8:00pm 7/21-8/20 TAE KWON DO NEW INSTRUCTOR Age 6-18 with Gerardo Ortiz, 5th degree Black Belt This Korean martial art program incorporates both modern sport with the traditional art, emphasizing respect, discipline, and a positive attitude towards learning. Students develop endurance, strength, speed, flexibility, and balance; skills that are essential to all athletics. Since this program began in 1997 founded by Debra Kadner, it has provided students the opportunity to compete at local tournaments and achieve black belt certification through the World TaeKwonDo Federation. Ms. Kadner has passed the torch to Gerardo Ortiz to continue the success of her popular program. Students are welcome to try the first class for free. Instructor permission is required for Black Belt Training and Sparring classes. Sports Classes YOUTH BOXERCISE (NON CONTACT) Age 6-17 with Peninsula Boxing & Fitness You donâ€™t have to be a boxer to get the benefits of a boxing workout. Our classes challenge youngsters in a fun and exiting way combining music, movement, and motivation. Participants increase fitness, lose weight, elevate energy, enhance muscle tone, build confidence, and reduce stress all at their own pace. Learn stance, footwork, and striking technique, employing punch combinations on heavy bags for a super cardio total body conditioning workout. Interval training is intermixed to build lung capacity and increase heart rate for a high calorie burn. Sharpen skills and build stamina with punch mitt routines. Do various partner drills and fun strength exercises for cooperative interaction among students. Conclude with cool down and flexibility. $40 fee for gloves and hand wraps. Location: Peninsula Boxing & Fitness 2860 Spring St. #1, RWC CODE DAY TIME DATE WKS FEE 16.240 Tu 5:00-6:00pm 6/10-7/15 6 $43 16.241 Sa 10:00-11:00am 6/14-7/19 6 $43 16.242 Tu 5:00-6:00pm 7/22-8/26 6 $43 16.243 Sa 10:00-11:00am 7/26-8/30 6 $43 ICE SKATING BLACK BELT TRAINING Age 8+ For classes focused on Olympic-style sparring and black belt training, instructor permission required. OLYMPIC-STYLE SPARRING Age 8+ For classes focused on Olympic-style sparring and black belt training, instructor permission required. $206 / $186 Resident Discount with Nazareth Ice Oasis Staff 650.364.8090 Skate rental and practice time are included on the day of the lesson only. Gloves/Mittens recommended (loaners available). Please arrive 15 minutes before class. Location: Nazareth Ice Oasis, 3140 Bay Rd. RWC YOUTH BEGINNING ICE SKATING Age 6-12 Ice Skating is a confidence-building sport that is challenging and rewarding. These classes will give you a fun introduction to the basic ice skating skills, including skating forward, backward and stopping. Skate rental and practice time are included on the lesson day. No class 7/5 CLASS CODE DAYS TIME DATE SITE Age 6-9 15.270 M/W 3:30-4:30pm 6/9-8/20 RMCC CODE DAY TIME DATE WKS FEE RMCC 16.228 Sa 11:45am-12:15pm 6/28-8/9 6 $84 16.229 W 5:20-5:50pm 7/9-8/13 6 $84 16.230 Tu 4:00-4:30pm 6/3-7/8 6 $84 16.231 M-F 10:30-11am 6/16-6/20 1 $70 16.232 M-F 10:30-11am 7/7-7/11 1 $70 16.233 M-F 10:30-11am 7/28-8/1 1 $70 Age 10-18 15.271 M/W 4:30-5:30pm 6/9-8/20 $66 / $56 Resident Discount Blackbelt 15.272 M 5:30-6:30pm 6/9-8/18 RMCC 5:30-6:30pm 6/11-8/20 RMCC $66 / $56 Resident Discount Olympic 15.273 Register Online Today W YOUTH Age 4+ (or upon instructors approval) with Sensei Stephen Tuazon, 5th degree Black Belt in Danzan Ryu Jujitsu & Kosho Ryu Kenpo Karate. Student of Professor James Muro, 30+ years of experience. Your child will learn discipline, focus and respect as well as how to defend themselves. As they build their bodies, they will also build their minds. This course covers Karate (kicking and punching), Jujitsu (grappling and body throws) as well as Escrima (weapons training). Questions? Please call Sensei Stephen Tuazon (650)787-3735 or email email@example.com. Location: SCC www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks 650.780.7311 19 Summer Sports REDWOOD CITY PAL PRESENTS JUNIOR GIANTS BASEBALL 2014 YOUTH T-Ball (Age 5-7): Players will be assigned to a team and there will be Skills Days to start the season and then game days. A schedule, Jr. Giants Jersey, and hat will be provided at the Parent Orientation on June 11th at 6pm at Red Morton Community Center. 8-10 Year Old Division: This program is machine pitch and games will be on Mon/Weds at 4:30pm or 6pm. Practices times will be determined by the coach’s availability, but will be after 4pm, M-F. Practice will begin the week of June 17th. A schedule, Jr. Giants Jersey, and hat will be www.teamsideline.com/redwoodcity provided at the Parent Orientation on June 11that 6pm at Red Morton Community Center. For more info contact: PAL Executive Director Dan Sign up for our Monthly eNewsletter at www.redwoodcity.org/follow Bergeron firstname.lastname@example.org or 650.556.1650 COACHES MEETING REGISTRATION PARENTS MEETING PRACTICE DATES SEASON T-BALL - AGE 5-7 DAYS/TIME AGE 8-10 DAYS/TIME LOCATION JR. GIANTS BASEBALL - BOYS & GIRLS AGE 5-7, 8-10 - FREE PROGRAM REGISTER ONLINE ONLY: HTTP://SFRG-REDWOODCITY.SPORTSSIGNUP.COM/ Registration Period 5/1-5/23 6/9/14 6pm @ PAL 3999 Bay Rd. Wed 6/11/14 6pm @ RMCC REGISTRATION DEADLINE 6/16-6/27 6/30-8/7 PRACTICE DATES M/W: Machine Pitch Selby Lane Games: 4:30pm or 6pm Field T/TH 4-6pm DAYS & TIMES FEES LOCATION WRESTLING K-8 GRADES BOYS & GIRLS TH Registration Deadline 6/13/14 6/17-8/6 K-5th: T/Th 4:30-5:30pm 6th-8th: 5:30-7:00pm K-5th: $150 6th-8th: $190 Sequoia High School Gym #3 Community Youth Sports Directory REDWOOD CITY GIRLS SOFTBALL LEAGUE LITTLE LEAGUE /YOUTH BASEBALL RWC Parks, Recreation and Community Services supports the City’s Little League programs Girl’s Softball League for ages 5-16. by providing fields and sponsoring the City Wide Tournament; however, it does not conduct registrations, collect fees, or organize teams. You should contact the individuals listed below Register online at www.rcgsl.org for each league’s sign-up dates and fees: POP WARNER FOOTBALL AND CHEERLEADING CONTACT EMAIL / WEB Call (650)216-7249 / www.rc49ers.com RC Little League LEAGUE Scott Sammons www.RWCLL.org REDWOOD CITY AFTER SCHOOL Belmont/Shores SPORTS Erin Niemeyer at 780-7335. Coaches YOUTH SOCCER Ken Knobel www.BRSLL.org Brian Mansell (650) 346-0884 Redwood City Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department supports the City’s soccer programs by providing fields and sponsoring the events. However, it does not conduct registrations, collect fees, or organize teams. You should contact the individuals listed below for each league’s sign-up dates and fees: RWC AYSO SOCCER LEAGUE Needed! email@example.com SHERIFF’S ACTIVITIES LEAGUE CONTACT EMAIL / WEB Eric Gee www.juventussportclub.org Anna Maciel firstname.lastname@example.org Andy Moore ayso1.org Bel/RWS AYSO Greg Snow ayso108.org Belmont United Savario Ferme email@example.com Fall season (August-November) For info Juventus Sport Club call 364-AYSO or visit www.ayso1.org Madera Roja Soccer Club PENINSULA BOXING & FITNESS RWC AYSO Year round amateur competition for ages 8-34. Contact: Nick Bellafatto at 650-290-1920 www.peninsulaboxing.org FIELD CONDITION HOTLINE 780-7389 20 Summer 2014 Activity Guide Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Teens Red Morton Teen Center Grades 5 through High School are Welcome! SUMMER HOURS: Monday - Thursday: 12:00-8:00pm Fridays 12:00-6:00pm / Saturdays: 12:00 - 5:00pm FEE: $15 per year or $1 per day drop-in Cooking Day: Teen Center participants will learn to cook and bake a variety of different foods and snacks in the Rec Kitchen. 3:30-4:30. Monthly Dinner: Selected Rec Chefs will be selected to plan and prep dinner for Teen Center participants to enjoy. Dinner day and time is TBA in the Teen Center. Tournament/Sports Day: Participants will be involved in a variety of pick up sports and tournament games including flag football, basketball, foosball, pool, video games, etc. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Open Rec 3:00-6:00pm TOURNAMENT DAY 4:00-5:00pm Open Rec 3:00-6:00pm Open Recreation 3:00-6:00pm Open Recreation 12:00-5:00pm Scheduled Tutoring BABYSITTING WORKSHOP with Muffie Calbreath Age 12-17 Do you need a job? If so ,this is the perfect class for you. Join our class and you will learn infant and child CPR, First Aid, nutrition, child safety, edible art, and how to get a job. TO GET A CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION YOU MUST BE ON TIME, ATTEND ALL OF THE CLASSES AND DO THE FUN HOMEWORK. Lab Fee: $9 payable at 1st class. $93/ $78 Resident Discount CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS SITE 40.202 Sa 9am-12pm 6/7-6/21 3 RMCC TEEN/ADULT TAP NEW Age 13+ with Minna Rogers, instructor at Academy of American Ballet Hollywood and Broadway style classical and contemporary tap and percussive methods that includes basic classical and ghetto style movements with emphasis on popular music. Class is aerobic and fun. No prior training required. Please wear black black jazz pants, black tap shoes, and leotard. All available for purchase at Academy of American Ballet. Location: Academy of American Ballet, 2555 Middlefield Road, Redwood City CODE DAY TIME DATE WKS FEE 22.209 Sa 12:15-1:15pm 7/12-8/16 6 $114 Register Online Today TEENS MONDAY COOKING DAY 3:30-4:30pm *Monthly Dinner* TBA DRIVER EDUCATION CLASSROOM Age 15+ Economic Driving School #2430 Driver Education is a LIFE SKILL class covering numerous topics related to being a safe driver and pedestrian. Students learn best through effective classroom instruction with a credentialed teacher maximizing the benefits of teacher-student interaction, discussion, video analysis, and instant feedback. This California State required course is needed to obtain a driver’s instruction permit. Class does not include behind-the-wheel instruction. Students must attend all sessions in order to receive a state completion certificate. Students should bring a sack lunch. If you have questions, check out www. economicdrivingschool.com. All instructors are credentialed teachers. $155/ $135 Resident Discount CODE DAYS TIME 40.201 M-Th 8:30am-4pm DATES SITE 6/16-6/19 CAB ONLINE DRIVER EDUCATION Age 15+ Economic Driving School #2430 This Online Drivers Education Course is approved by the California Department of Motor Vehicles. Reading, flash graphics, videos, and quizzes will prepare the reader to pass the written DMV test. The course is very easy to use. You simply log into the web site, enroll, and you can begin immediately! For more information about the course and to register go to: http://www.economicdrivingschool.com/online When registering make sure you complete the question that says: “How did you hear about us?” by choosing “Activity Guide.” Enter code: 7311 / Fee: $68.50 www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks 650.780.7311 21 Registration Refund Policy Important Dates CANCELLATIONS BY DEPARTMENT: If a camp or swim lesson is cancelled by the department, a full refund will be issued. Check out our website at www.RedwoodCityCamps.org Registration form is on page 4 SUMMER CAMP ALWAYS Online registration: March 12 @11am NON-RESIDENTS: Online registration: March 26 @11am TRANSFERS: There is no charge to transfer your child between camps and swim lessons provided there is space available. Mail-in, Fax-in & Drop-off Starts now Mail-in, Fax-in & Dropoff March 26, 2014 Walk-in: Starts Now Walk-in: March 26, 2014 NO REFUNDS OR CREDITS WILL BE ISSUED AFTER THE CAMP BEGINS. However, your satisfaction matters most to us and refunds or credits will be considered. Participants who are dissatisfied with a program for any reason must fill out a program evaluation prior to receiving a refund or credit so we can make the class better in the future. Credits and refunds will be evaluated on a case by case basis by the program supervisor. RESIDENTS: Things to Know Before You Sign-Up MATERIALS FEES are non-refundable. UP UNTIL MAY 30, 2014 CANCELLATIONS: Camps and swim lessons cancelled by May 31 will receive a refund less a $5 cancellation fee per activity. CAMP & SWIM LESSONS REGISTRATION AFTER MAY 30, 2014 Pre-registration is required for all Camps & Swim Lessons! CANCELLATIONS: Up until 2 weeks before the start date of each camp or swim lesson, you may cancel and receive a refund less $15 per swim lesson and $25 per camp. Cancellations made within the two week window will receive a department credit (less $15 per swim lesson and $25 per camp) which may be applied to any future recreation department activity. • In-camp registrations will not be accepted. • Register early! Many camps fill before their start dates. • Camps may be cancelled if there is low enrollment. • All registrations are taken on a first come first serve basis. • Mail In & Fax In receipts will be mailed. We will not call you to confirm your registration. WAITING LISTS • • • • Waiting lists will be established if a program is full. If a space becomes available we will contact you. You will not be charged for the camp unless you are enrolled. If you wrote a check for several classes and you are put on the wait list, the remaining balance of your check will be automatically credited to your account for future use in our programs. If you would like a refund, please contact the contact the department at 650.780.7311. RESIDENT STATUS Any person with a home Redwood City mailing address is considered a resident. A Redwood City P.O. Box or business address will not be taken as proof of residency. A non-resident is someone who lives in another city. 22 SUMMER REFUND & CREDIT POLICY Summer 2014 Activity Guide Early Bird Discount ENTER “SUMMER 10” ONLINE AFTER EACH DISCOUNTED CAMP IS ADDED TO YOUR SHOPPING CART, OR WRITE IT ON YOUR REGISTRATION FORM! THE MORE YOU BUY, THE MORE YOU SAVE! Register by APRIL 15th and you will receive a 10% discount on unlimited weeks of our Recreation Camps*. Just look for the pink starburst next to the applicable camps in the Summer Camp Section. *Discounted camps include: Polliwog, Tiny Timbers, Mountaineers, Kaboom, High-5, Summer Adventures and Whatchamacallit. Refunds on camps will be for the actual value paid, less processing fees. There will be no discounts given on bridge care or post care programs associated with the selected camps. Discount is on the base price of the camp prior to the addition of administrative and non-resident fees. Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Financial Assistance How to Read Our Camp Listings Payment plans are available to families who need a little extra time to pay in full. All summer camps and swim lessons listed in this guide are eligible for deferred payment. This will allow families to reserve their child’s spot NOW, but apply payment closer to the camp and/ or swim lesson start date. STRICT RULES APPLY. PAYMENT PLAN RULES All summer camps and swim lessons within the guide are eligible. A non-refundable registration deposit of $25 PER CAMP/SWIM LESSON is required. This will allow you to reserve your child’s spot in a camp now, but defer payment until later. The remaining balance of camp fees are due on the following dates: ICON KEY See below for a definition of each of the icons listed adjacent to many of our camp titles. After-Care Available (listed with camp) Bridge Care (12-1pm) Field Trip Due by May 16, at 4:30pm: weeks of June 9 - July 11, 2014 Due by June 27, 4:30pm: weeks of July 14 - August 29, 2014 Accounts that are not paid in full by 4:30pm on the due date, will have all registrations cancelled, and the $25 will be forfeited. No exceptions. Lunch Included FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE If you would like to apply for financial assistance, please pick up a form at Red Morton Center. Availability is limited and is allocated by need on a first come, first serve basis. All supporting documents and applications must be submitted to the Red Morton Front Desk by May 30, 2014 at 4:30pm. Snack Included Some of our camps include the option for After Care. If you see the clock icon next to the camp description, there is after care available. All after care options are listed with the associated camp’s description. Bridge Care NEW Some of our camps include the option for Bridge Care. Bridge care gives the opportunity for parents to piece together an AM and Pm camp of their choice with Lunch Supervision from 12-1pm buy our Staff. Children will be walked from their morning camp option to the Community Activities Building where they will eat lunch and play from 12-1pm. Children will then be walked to their afternoon camp choice by our staff. ONLY CAMPS WITH THE DESIGNATED BRIDGE NEXT THEM WILL QUALIFY FOR CARE. SEE PAGE 29 Questions? Overnight Swimming at Herkner LOCATION KEY CAB Community Activities Building 1400 Roosevelt Ave, Redwood City 94061 RMCC Red Morton Community Center 1120 Roosevelt Ave, Redwood City 94061 SCC Sandpiper Community Center 797 Redwood Shores Parkway, RWC 94065 VMSC Veterans Memorial Senior Center 1455 Madison Ave. Redwood City 94061 Hawes Field 1189 Hudson Street, Redwood City 94061 Kiwanis/ Mitchell Field Red Morton Park (Field @ Myrtle & Madison) 1120 Roosevelt Ave., Redwood City 94061 Stulsaft Park 3737 Farm Hill Blvd. Redwood City 94062 SUMMER CAMP After Care Nature Camp Federal Tax I.D # Need to know our Federal Tax I.D. number for your childcare write-offs? it is printed on your receipt, but here it is again for your convenience! #94-6001116 Call 650.780.7311 or email firstname.lastname@example.org We’re Only Human With so much planning, sometimes we make mistakes. Occasionally, locations change, number of classes change, and of course we have typos. Please read your receipts carefully, we will correct any changes in locations, times, dates, and fees here, as well as alert you of any additional items you may need for your camps. You can also visit our website for more clarification at www.redwoodcitycamps.org. Register Online Today www.RedwoodCityCamps.org 650.780.7311 23 Camp Calendar SUMMER CAMP PAGES AGE TIMES 6/9-6/13 6/16-6/20 6/23-6/27 29 Bridge Care (on select camps only) 4-12 12:00-1:00pm 26 Camp Polliwog 3-4Y 9:00am-1:00pm 27 Tiny Timbers 5-7Y 9:00am-2:00pm 27 Mountaineers 5-12Y 9:00am-4:00pm 27 Explorers 8-12Y 9:00am-3:00pm 31 Camp Kaboom (post care 5-6pm) 6-12Y 7:30am-5:00pm 30 Camp Whatchamacalit (post care 5-6pm) 6-12Y 8:00am-5:00pm 28 High-Five 4-6Y AM/PM/FULL 35 Junior Fire Academy 11-15Y 10am-4pm 52 Summer Adventures 12-15Y 10am-5pm 53 Leader in Training 13-15Y / Jr. Lifeguard 12-15Y AM/PM/FULL Session 1 32 Art Camps 5-12Y AM / PM Art & Yoga 32 Math 5-10Y / 9-11Y 9am-12pm/9am-1pm 33 Sewing 8-16Y 10am-1pm 33 SInging 12-18Y 10:00am-12pm 33 Theater 6-13Y / 9-14Y 9:00am-3:00pm 34-35 Science Camps- Mad Science 5-12Y 9am-12pm or 3pm 36-37 Lego / Engineering 5-10Y / 7-12Y 9am-12pm / 1-4pm 38 Film & Animation- Incrediflix 7-13Y AM/PM/FULL 39 Animation/Game/App - Freshi Media 5-14Y 9am-12pm / 1-4pm 40 Reading & Writing 5-7Y / 7-12Y 9am-12pm / 1-4pm 41 Circus Camp 5-8Y / 8-14Y 9am-12pm/9am-3pm 42 Gymnastics Camp 3-12Y / 5-8Y 9am-12pm / 9am-3pm Horsemanship 6+ / Ice Skating 6-12Y 6+ / 6-12Y 9am-1pm/8:45am-12pm 42 Rock Climbing 5-13Y 43 Skateboarding 44 42-43 Che-Mystery Lego Engineer Chima Animate/Film Arista’s Gym Horse Ice Skate 10am-12pm Grades K-8th 9am-12pm Grades K-3 Grades 4-8 Baseball /Softball 6-13Y 9am-12pm, 2pm, 3pm 43 Fencing 6-13Y/ Star Wars 7-12Y 6-13Y 9am-3pm / 9am-12pm 51 Golf 5-9Y, 5-14Y AM / FULL 45 Basketball (Legarza has post care) 5-13Y AM / FULL Soccer/ Futsal All Ages AM/FULL Multi Sport 6-12Y / Mini Hawk 4-7Y 4-12Y 9am-12pm / 9am-3pm Cricket / Field Hockey/ Lacrosse/ Football, Volleyball 6-13Y 9am-12pm / 9am-3pm 49 Running / Track & Field / Speed & Power 7-13Y/12-18Y AM/PM/FULL 50 Tennis 4-14Y AM 46-47 48 48-49 24 CAMP Summer 2014 Activity Guide All Sorts Sports MiniHawk Lacrosse MTA Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Not all camps are listed individually on the calendar. Ages can represent availability in the camps on that page. 6/30-7/3 7/7-7/11 7/14-7/18 7/21-7/25 7/28-8/1 8/4-8/8 8/11-8/15 8/18-8/22 8/25-8/29 Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Fashion Art & Math Math-Mania Visual/Animal Art & Math Math-Mania Bayshore Elite Bayshore Elite Musical Reactions Robots Green/NASA Awesome Engineering Construction/ Arts Architecht Inventionation Summer Opera Program Jet Cadets Spy Academy Ninjago/ Minecraft Lego Robotics Creature/ Lego Animation Green/ Imagine APP/ Animation APP / Game Bayshore Elite Bayshore Elite Horse Girls Bayshore Elite Register Online Today Bayshore Elite Horse/Ice Grades K-3 Grades 4-8 Horse Grades K-3 Fencing Star Wars Fencing Star Wars Fencing Star Wars Nat. Academy Legarza Multi / Mini Cricket All Sorts Sports Multi Sport Cricket/ F.H. Legarza Track / Run Bayshore Elite / Softball MiniHawk Flag Football Bayshore Elite Horse Cricket/ F.H. SUMMER CAMP Mini Hawk Flag Football Track / Speed Speed Power www.RedwoodCityCamps.org 650.780.7311 25 Nature Day Camps at Stulsaft Park! SUMMER CAMP CAMP POLLIWOG 26 Age 3-4yrs Campers will explore their imaginations each day with lots of fun-filled activities that center on each week’s theme. Activities may include games, story time, crafts, experiments, special guests, music, outdoor play and playground opportunities. Campers must wear good play sneakers and bring a lunch each day, snack will be provided. Campers must be potty trained. LOCATION: Stulsaft Park, 3737 Farm Hill Blvd. MONDAY - FRIDAY • 9AM-1:00PM 30.309 Ocean Commotion- Discover life under the sea this week through art, music, games and stories. 6/23-6/27 $192/$172 Resident This exciting ocean-filled week will have campers begging to go to an aquarium with family and friends by the end of the week to show off their new-founded knowledge of the deep blue sea and everything in it! 30.310 Crazy, Zany World of Dr. Seuss- Discover the colorful and imaginative world of Dr. Seuss through 6/30-7/3 art, music, movement, stories, cooking and games. Favorites like The Cat in the Hat, Fox in no 7/4 Socks, and Horton Hears a Who are just a few of the stories we’ll bring to life to spark campers’ creativity just like Dr. Seuss himself. $167/$147 Resident 30.311 Dr. Dolittle’s Zoo: Lions, tigers, bears, oh my! For all animal-loving campers, this week is purrfect! 7/7-7/11 Games that have campers walking like bears and leaping like frogs are in store, alongside some arts and crafts, songs, and stories. $192/$172 Resident 30.312 Constructioneers: Can we build it? Yes! Campers will use creative materials to design and build 7/14-7/18 $192/$172 Resident their own structures. In the high-rise world of construction, anything is possible with a little imagination, engineering, and problem-solving! 30.313 A Bug’s Life: Insects of all shapes and sizes are in store your camper this week, as we explore 7/21-7/25 $192/$172 Resident the great big world of creepy crawlies, beautiful butterflies, and so much more! Campers will get to enjoy this world through games, colorful crafts, and even an Insect Lab with live insects! 30.314 Perfect Fairytale: Adventure in a land of make-believe! Campers can be anything they want 7/28-8/1 this week: lovely princesses, daring knights, and swash-buckling pirates. Campers will explore Stulsaft Park, make fun crafts for any adventurer, and even go on a treasure hunt. On Friday, campers will be invited to dress up as a princess, knight or pirate. $192/$172 Resident 30.315 Moving to the Beat: Campers will move to the beat of their own drum this week as they 8/4-8/8 discover the joy of music! Learn through music by creating rhythms, arts and crafts, singing, and movement. By Friday, campers will have their very own set of musical instruments that they can proudly say they made themselves! $192/$172 Resident 30.316 Science Exploration: Why does that sizzle? How does this pop? Campers participate in science 8/11-8/15 $192/$172 Resident experiments, and gain a better understanding of how things work in the world around them! Space, explosions, and the five senses will all be explored through arts and crafts, exciting games, and songs! Summer 2014 Activity Guide Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services TINY TIMBERS MONDAY - FRIDAY • 9AM-2PM 99 99 99 99 $193 / $173 Resident Discount (July 4th week: $160 / $140 Resident Discount) 30.303 Dinosaur Discovery- Dig dinosaurs? We do too! Come back in time with us for some prehistoric exploration. Campers 6/30-7/3* will learn about how dinosaurs lived, make their own volcanoes and end the week with an awesome fossil hunt! no 7/4 30.304 Buggin’ Out; Join us as we explore all things creepy, crawly and even slimy! We’ll see what bugs Stulsaft Park has to 7/21-7/25 offer, create some awesome critter inspired crafts, and participate in a hands on Insect Lab! 30.305 Happenin’ Habitats- Whether they fly high or burrow below, we’ll have a blast learning about our furry and feathered 7/28-8/1 friends. Campers will participate in animal inspired crafts and games during this fun filled week of camp! EXPLORERS MOUNTAINEERS Age 8-12yrs with Recreation Staff All sessions include archery, a day at the pool, and an overnight stay in the park. For the overnighter, the campers report to camp at 9am on Thursday and stay until 12pm on Friday. The parent hour for Explorers includes a family potluck as well as a performance given by staff and campers. Campers should bring a sack lunch every day unless otherwise advised, snacks will be provided. Parent hours are Thursday 6:30pm-7:30pm. Location: Stulsaft Park (right off of Goodwin Ave. on Recreation Way) Age 5-12yrs An all-day, all ages camp offering traditional summer camp activities including hiking, songs, a day at the pool, skits, arts and crafts, games and sports, cooking, and non-stop outdoor fun. Mountaineers offer unique adventures for both younger and older campers to share in the natural setting that the park provides. Campers should bring a sack lunch every day unless otherwise advised, snacks will be provided. Good walking shoes are a must. 30.302 Camping with the Stars Register Online Today MONDAY - FRIDAY • 9AM-4PM 30.320 Creek Crusaders 6/23-6/27 7/14 -7/18 30.321 Camp Cookin’ 7/7-7/11 8/4-8/8 30.322 CSI- Campsite Investigators 8/11-8/15 $237 / $217 Resident Discount Camper vs. Wild Mountaineers will have parent hours on Fridays from 3pm-4pm for a glimpse into our week of camp fun. $259 / $239 Resident Discount MONDAY - FRIDAY • 9AM-3PM 30.301 SUMMER CAMP Age 5-7yrs with Recreation Staff The ultimate setting for a classic summer camp experience. Explore, hike, sing, laugh, be creative, and get dirty in nature’s backyard. Campers will gain an appreciation of nature through a variety of hands-on activities in one of our three unique camps. And we even have a creek! Campers should bring a sack lunch every day unless otherwise advised, snack will be provided. Good walking shoes are a must. Location: Stulsaft Park (right off of Goodwin Ave. on Recreation Way) www.RedwoodCityCamps.org 650.780.7311 27 Half Day & Full Day HIGH-5 CAMP Bridge Care is NOT INCLUDED in the 10% discount Ages 4-6 with Recreation Staff Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean the learning has to stop. Bring your curiosity and check out our newest camp, High-5. We will explore fun activities to enrich your learning. From building projects to cooking and science experiments; Camp High-5 will blend traditional summer games, art & crafts with exciting, in-depth, hands on theme based projects. Full Day Campers, or who are staying for lunch need to bring lunch every day. Drop in Lunch Supervision is also Available for $10 per day. Location: CAB4 SUMMER CAMP TO INFINITY AND BEYOND 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 Blast off into outer space for a week full of universal exploration. Campers will examine what it’s like to be an astronaut, what black holes are and if aliens do exist. Join us as we plant the seeds of the next generation of rocket scientists. MONDAY - FRIDAY 6/23-6/27 AM 30.360 9am-12pm 6/23-6/27 $168/$148 Resident MONDAY - FRIDAY AM 30.372 9am-12pm 7/14-7/18 $168/$148 Resident Bridge 30.373 12-1pm 7/14-7/18 $48/ $40 Resident Bridge 30.361 12-1pm 6/23-6/27 $48/ $40 Resident PM 30.374 1-4pm 7/14-7/18 $168/$148 Resident PM 30.362 1-4pm 6/23-6/27 $168/$148 Resident FULL 30.375 9am-4pm 7/14-7/18 $335/ $315 Resident FULL 30.363 9am-4pm 6/23-3/27 $335/ $315 Resident YOUNG ACTORS CREATION STATION Have you ever wondered how much weight a bridge can hold or how a building is made? Tap into your engineering skills as we explore concepts of physics, architecture & structural engineering by building cities, bridges, cars & more using Legos and other building materials. MONDAY - THURSDAY no camp 7/4 AM 30.364 9am-12pm 6/30-7/3 30.376 9am-12pm 7/21-7/25 $168/$148 Resident PM 30.378 1-4pm 7/21-7/25 $168/$148 Resident FULL 30.379 9am-4pm 7/21-7/25 $335/ $315 Resident $39/ $32 Resident PM 30.366 1-4pm 6/30-7/3 $156/$136 Resident FULL 30.367 9am-4pm 6/30-7/3 $274/ $254 Resident CASTLE CRAZE MONDAY - FRIDAY $168/$148 Resident Bridge 30.369 12-1pm 7/7-7/11 $48/ $40 Resident PM 30.370 1-4pm 7/7-7/11 $168/$148 Resident FULL 30.371 9am-4pm 7/7-7/11 $335/ $315 Resident Summer 2014 Activity Guide AM 7/21-7/25 $48/ $40 Resident 6/30-7/3 30.368 9am-12pm 7/7-7/11 MONDAY - FRIDAY Bridge 30.377 12-1pm Bridge 30.365 12-1pm AM Do you dream of standing in the spotlight on opening night or hearing the applause of an audience? Imagine yourself sharing your dreams with kids just like you who love theater and the performing arts. Take the stage as we prepare & perform a short play. $156/$136 Resident Here ye Here ye, adventure awaits in a land of castles and dragons and wizards. Surrender yourself to an age of bravery and honor. Campers will explore castle life complete with Princesses and Knights. 28 SILLY SCIENCE Mix it, Squish it, Squeeze it, Smoosh it; Campers will blend together messy & sticky concoctions while learning about their scientific properties. Be prepared to have a messy kid covered in goo. ANIMAL KINGDOM Roar! Woof! Neigh! Join us as we discover the sounds that animals make, where they live and what they eat. From the rainforest to the savannah and in our own backyards, we will explore animals that dwell in the different habitats. Be ready as we unleash the fun! MONDAY - FRIDAY AM 30.380 9am-12pm 7/28-8/1 $168/$148 Resident Bridge 30.381 12-1pm 7/28-8/1 $48/ $40 Resident PM 30.382 1-4pm 7/28-8/1 $168/$148 Resident FULL 30.383 9am-4pm 7/28-8/1 $335/ $315 Resident Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Camp High-5 continued TOP CHEF JUNIOR Come & taste the adventure brewing during this camp. Campers will explore some basic cooking techniques, from knife skills to baking and creating their own culinary masterpieces. By the end of the week, your child will be the next Top Chef! MONDAY - FRIDAY AM 30.384 9am-12pm 8/4-8/8 $168/$148 Resident Bridge 30.385 12-1pm 8/4-8/8 $48/ $40 Resident PM 30.386 1-4pm 8/4-8/8 $168/$148 Resident FULL 30.387 9am-4pm 8/4-8/8 $335/ $315 Resident PREHISTORIC PLANET Aspiring paleontologists pack your shovels and be on the lookout as we hunt for fossils and dinosaur bones. Campers will dig into pre-historic lands and learn about the time when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. MONDAY - FRIDAY Bridge Care NEW Some of our camps include the option for Bridge Care. Bridge care gives the opportunity for parents to piece together an AM and PM camp of their choice with Lunch Supervision from 12-1pm by our Staff. Children will be walked from their morning camp option to the Community Activities Building where they will eat lunch and play from 12-1pm. Children will then be walked to their afternoon camp choice by our staff. ONLY CAMPS WITH THE DESIGNATED BRIDGE NEXT THEM WILL QUALIFY FOR CARE. Location: CAB 30.361 12-1pm 6/23-6/27 $48/ $40 Resident Discount 30.365 12-1pm 6/30-7/3 no 7/4 $39/ $32 Resident Discount 30.388 9am-12pm 8/11-8/15 $168/$148 Resident 30.369 12-1pm 7/7-7/11 $48/ $40 Resident Discount Bridge 30.389 12-1pm 8/11-8/15 $48/ $40 Resident 30.373 12-1pm 7/14-7/18 $48/ $40 Resident Discount PM 30.390 1-4pm 8/11-8/15 $168/$148 Resident 30.377 12-1pm 7/21-7/25 $48/ $40 Resident Discount FULL 30.391 9am-4pm 8/11-8/15 $335/ $315 Resident 30.381 12-1pm 7/28-8/1 $48/ $40 Resident Discount 30.385 12-1pm 8/4-8/8 $48/$40 Resident Discount 30.389 12-1pm 8/11-8/15 $48/$40 Resident Discount Kids Camp Preview Nights STULSAFT -SMORES & MORE! NEW Ages 5-12 At Stulsaft Park (drop off and pick up is at Recreation Way) This is a one night opportunity for kids to participate in a sneak peek of our summer Daycamps we offer at Stulsaft Park. We will have a campfire and roast smores, sing some of our favorite camp songs, go on a nature hike and make a cool camp craft. Parents, go out for a night of fun while your kids have an adventure at Stulsaft park! 30.105 F 6:00-8:30pm 5/2 $20 SUMMER CAMP AM STULSAFT PARK CAMP WHATCHAMACALIT NIGHT OUT! NEW K-5th Grade Summer is almost here, so let’s start the fun early with a sneak peek of what we have in store for you at Camp Whatchamacalit! Join us for an evening of all things camp! We’ll compete in fun challenges, create awesome crafts, get our glow sticks out for some outdoor fun, and end the night with some scrumptious s’mores! Dinner and drinks included. SYC kids can stay through from 5:30pm on. 30.107 F 6:00-9:00pm 5/30 $20 SCC The “S” Logo denotes classes held in Redwood Shores Register Online Today HIGH FIVE-SILLY SCIENCE NEW Ages 4-6 This is a one night opportunity for kids to participate in a sneak peek of our High-Five Camp we offer in the summer. This night the kids will participate in silly science fun. Pizza and drinks will be provided. Parents go out for a night while we have a BLAST entertaining your young scientists. 30.111 F www.RedwoodCityCamps.org 5:00-7:30pm 5/16 $20 650.780.7311 RMCC 29 Full Day Camps SUMMER CAMP CAMP WHATCHAMACALLIT 30 Age 6-12 with Recreation Staff What do you call a camp that has everything? We couldn’t think of a name either! Whatchamacallit has something for kid looking for a fun and safe place to spend their summer in the Shores. Activities include weekly field trip, special events, sports, movies, arts and crafts. Kids will go swimming at Herkner Pool in Redwood City on Tuesdays and field trips will be on Wednesdays. Bring a bag lunch and wear plenty of sunscreen and sneakers. We will provide snacks. Post care is available from 5-6pm at an additional cost. Field trips are subject to change MONDAY - FRIDAY • 8:00AM-5PM FEE: $271 / $251 Resident Discount (July 4th Week Fee $228 / $208 Resident Discount) Code Theme Date 30.350 Aviation Adventures- Up, up and away! Watch the world take fight as we explore the world of aviation through vehicles that fly and animals that soar. 6/30-7/3 30.351 Imagination Inventions - Have you ever wanted to create something that doesn’t yet exist? Do you have ideas swirling around in your imagination that you want to build? Spend the week inventing and constructing new things with us! 7/7-7/11 Adventure Playground 30.352 Ocean Odyssey - Dive down into the depths of the ocean with us as we examine life under the sea. From submarines to giant squids, we will channel our inner marine biologist and search for fun! 7/14-7/18 Aqua Adventure 30.353 Passport to Fun- Travel around the world in five days and learn about different traditions and customs while doing so. Get your passport ready, next stop… FUN CITY! 7/21-7/25 Exploratorium 30.354 Pirate-Palooza- Ahoy Mateys! Join us on a swashbuckling adventure as we sail the seven seas to uncover buried treasures and more! Yo ho, Yo ho- a pirate’s 7/28-8/1 life for me! Raging Waters 30.355 Medieval Mayhem- Hear ye, Hear ye! Join us as we go back in time, all the way back to the Middle Ages for a week of royal fun! We’ll design castles with dragons and perfect our archery skills just like a medieval king or queen! SF Giants Game 30.356 Scientifically Spectacular- Now is your chance to experiment and explore everything around you! Who cares if you get dirty, it’s all in the name of science… 8/11-8/15 and fun! Summer 2014 Activity Guide no 7/4 8/4-8/8 Field Trip (WED) Great America Academy of Sciences Post Care 5-6pm 50.330 $29 / $25 RD 50.331 $37 / $31 RD 50.332 $37 / $31 RD 50.333 $37 / $31 RD 50.334 $37 / $31 RD 50.335 $37 / $31 RD 50.336 $37 / $31 RD Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services CAMP KABOOM! Ages 6-12 with Recreation Staff Have a BLAST at KABOOM! There is no need to look any further, this camp has it all! Kaboom is a “onestop shop” camp. For a very reasonable fee, kids will participate in activities including: a weekly field trip on Wednesday, Friday swimming, special events, sports, movies, and arts and crafts. In addition, we will provide two daily healthy snacks and a nutritious lunch each day. Camp Kaboom is on-site at the Red Morton Community Center, with its very own fenced in playground. Post care is available from 5-6pm at an additional cost. Field trips are subject to change MONDAY - FRIDAY • 7:30AM-5PM FEE: $286 / $266 Resident Discount ( July 4th Week: $234 / $214 Resident Discount) Theme Date Field Trip (WED) 70.329 Adventures in Art- Calling all future Van Gough’s and Da Vinci’s! This week we will be expressing our creative side, and learning all about everything art has to offer. Join us while we dabble in paint, chalk, water colors, and conclude the week creating our very own ceramic sculptures! 6/23-6/27 Color Me Mine 70.330 Party in the USA- From the Pacific Coast to the Statue of Liberty, join us as we explore all our country has to offer! We’ll have a blast learning about art, games, and traditions centered around the USA. Get your red, white and blue ready for a week of FUN! 70.331 Where the Wild Things Are- Come along as we explore different habitats and all those who dwell within. From the African prairies to the South American rainforests, we’ll learn about it all! Let the wild rumpus begin! 7/7-7/11 Oakland Zoo 70.332 Here, There and Everywhere- All aboard! Hop on this fast moving week full of fun! Campers will explore planes, trains and automobiles. From building their own mini forms of transportation to exploring the mechanics behind them- this week will surely be full steam ahead! 7/14-7/18 Tech Museum 70.333 Treasure Island- “Yo ho, yo ho, a pirate’s life for me” this week! Come sail the seven seas with us while we have a swash buckling time! We’ll make our own mini pirate ships, create treasure maps and end the week with our very own pirate’s treasure hunt! Shiver me timbers! 7/21-7/25 Pier 39 70.334 Passion for Splashin’- H2O, let’s go! Spend the week getting drenched and having a blast! Join us as we examine the water cycle and the different properties of wonderful H2O. A word to the wise, be prepared to bring a bathing suit or a change of clothes every day because we guarantee you’ll be getting soaked! 7/28-8/1 Raging Waters 70.335 Stars in the Making- Is fame and stardom in your future? This week it will be! Spend the week with us as we take a course in movie production, Camp Kaboom style! From writing our own scripts, to designing sets and costumes, we’ll cover it all! Lights, camera, action! 8/4-8/8 70.336 Space is the Place- Join us as we blast off into outer space to explore the universe and everything in between! We’ll create our own solar systems and rocket ships, and even take part in an awesome “astronaut training” obstacle course! Up, up and away! 8/11-8/15 Planetarium 70.337 So Long Summer- The school year may be right around the corner but that doesn’t mean we can’t have one more week of fun! Join us as we wrap up summer the best way we know how to, with games, crafts, sports and tons more! 8/18-8/22 Rock n’ Jump Register Online Today www.RedwoodCityCamps.org 6/30-7/3 no 7/4 Great America Post Care 5-6pm 50.319 $37 / $31 RD 50.320 $29 / $25 RD 50.321 $37 / $31 RD 50.322 $37 / $31 RD 50.323 $37 / $31 RD 50.324 $37 / $31 RD Movies & 50.325 Laser Tag $37 / $31 RD 650.780.7311 SUMMER CAMP Code 50.326 $37 / $31 RD 50.327 $37 / $31 RD 31 SUMMER CAMP Art, Math & Yoga Camps VISUAL ARTS CAMP NATURE’S ART AND MATH Age 5-10 with Dr. Peter Koehler, artist, Ph.D. in Mathematics, researched and taught at Stanford University, and teaches at the Nueva School. This is for creative kids who love the Arts, love to paint and want to learn new imaginative ways to express themselves. We’ll use lots of vibrant paint to create our own interpretation of Monet’s Garden, Van Gogh’s Starry Night and Nature’s Coral Reefs. There will be a large variety of other art materials too: Enjoy pottery clay, selection of wooden pieces to make 3-D sculptures, a variety of colorful paper for collages, and we apply oil pastels in new ways to make designs and scenes of your own imagination . Maybe you are inspired by animals, flowers, by stars and planets, or the Northern Lights. Students should bring a peanut-free snack each day and a smock or apron to cover clothes. Lab fee of $25 payable to instructor at 1st class. Age 5-10 with Dr. Peter Koehler. Peter has been teaching art for many years and has a Ph.D. in theoretical physics. He teaches Math enrichment at The Nueva School where he has encouraged student’s creativity for more than 20 years . Fibonacci Numbers in Nature is some of the most visually magical math you can discover. We”ll explore flowers, pine cones, sand dollars, the nautilus and other shells, and galaxies for their fascinating math. With a great variety of math and art materials: oil pastels, paints, clay, paper folding, colored tiles and cubes, to build and be creative in math. Be inventive with 2-D and 3-D visual patterns, blending Numbers and Shapes. Peter has inspired and brought out a love for math and art in many children by sharing its beauty, its magic and mystery. Please bring a peanut -free snack each day and a smock or apron for paint and clay. Lab fee of $20 payable to instructor on 1st day. $199 / $179 Resident Discount 11.311 M-F 9am-12pm 8/11-8/15 $199 / $179 Resident Discount CAB 11.323 M-F ANIMAL DRAWING WORKSHOP Age 6-12 with Young Rembrandts Kids love to draw animals! We will imagine ourselves at the zoo as we learn to draw a variety of different animals. On the first and second days, giraffes, lions, tigers, birds and more will be drawn. Our final day will result in one large scene of the zoo, divided into several habitats and incorporating the many animal friends we have learned to draw. Markers or color pencils will complete both our realistic and graphic style drawings. $306/ $286 Resident Discount 11.310 M-F 1-4pm 8/11-8/15 FASHION RUNWAY WORKSHOP Age 6-12 with Young Rembrandts This stylish Young Rembrandts workshop is tailored for the aspiring fashionista. Join us for 5 days of runway chic as we illustrate the various aspects of fashion design. Hip hairstyles and awesome accessories will adorn the close-up drawings of our beautiful models. Step into the shoes of a fashion magazine editor as you design and draw an eye-catching fashion magazine cover. And let’s not forget about purses! Design the perfect purse to go along with the outfit of your dreams. And finally, draw your model stepping out onto the runway in your fashion originals. If you love to design clothes and are hip to the latest fashions, this drawing workshop is a perfect fit. 11.308 32 M-F 9am-12pm 7/14-7/18 Summer 2014 Activity Guide 9am-12pm 8/4-8/8 RMCC MATH-MANIA! NEW Age 9-11 with Holly Lindquist, math mama and enthusiast Do you love math? Do you want to learn about some very cool areas of math that may not have been covered in your classroom? Come learn about Fibonacci numbers, Pascal’s triangle, fractals, secret codes, and much more. We will do fun activities and craft projects to deeper our understanding of mathematical concepts. Check out some of the possible activities at www.hollymath.com/category/math-club. Please bring a lunch. Lab fee of $15 payable to instructor on 1st day. $176 / $156 Resident Discount SCC $306/ $286 Resident Discount NEW 11.324 M-F 9am-1pm 7/21-7/25 CAB 11.325 M-F 9am-1pm 8/18-8/22 SCC FUN ART & YOGA CAMP NEW Age 6-10 with Karin Sargis This week is filled with creative art projects including painting, drawing, creating a collage, working with clay and using different art materials. Kids will stretch like tigers, roar like lions and fly like butterflies during their yoga exercise. Please dress kids accordingly as they get messy. Bring your own yoga mat but spare mats are available. Lab fee: $10 payable to instructor at 1st class. $246/ $226 Resident Discount SCC 11.380 M-F 9:00am-1:00pm 6/23-6/27 5 days CAB Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Theater & Music MUSICAL THEATER CAMP NEW with the San Carlos Children's Theater Ages 6-13 Does your child love the spotlight? Then Musical Theater Camp is the place to be! Campers will work with SCCT professionals on singing, dancing, and acting to help them become a super theater “Triple Threat.” During the fun-filled camp they’ll also experiment with improvisation, slapstick and storytelling. It’s a camp no young actor should miss! The final day will feature a theatrical presentation for family and friends. Bring a snack & lunch each day. LOCATION: VMSC 10.305 M-F 9am-3pm 7/21-7/25 $345/$325 Resident Discount SUMMER OPERA YOUTH PROGRAM NEW SEWING CAMP NEW 11.312 M-F 10am-1pm 6/9-6/13 $249 11.313 M-F 10am-1pm 6/16-6/20 $249 11.314 M-F 10am-1pm 6/30-7/3 no 7/4 $199 11.315 M-F 10am-1pm 7/7-7/11 $249 11.316 M-F 10am-1pm 7/14-7/18 $249 11.317 M-F 10am-1pm 7/21-7/25 $249 11.318 M-F 10am-1pm 7/28-8/1 $249 11.319 M-F 10am-1pm 8/4-8/8 $249 11.320 M-F 10am-1pm 8/11-8/15 $249 11.321 M-F 10am-1pm 8/18-8/22 $249 11.322 M-F 10am-1pm 8/25-8/29 $249 2 WEEK CAMP Age 9-14 with Michael Taylor. Michael has been directing, producing and performing in West Bay Opera’s Opera in the Schools (OITS) Program for the past 16 years. An accomplished singer, he has also directed and conducted over fifty productions of operas and musicals. His composition credits include an opera, several musicals and many other vocal and choral works. He holds a Master’s Degree from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and was also a cast member of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera. He is an active voice teacher. This is an intensive, two-week course. Students will design, produce and perform a musical work in English. They will collaborate with a professional stage director, music director, choreographer, technical designer and fellow students to learn new skills, create and perform an operatic work for friends and family on the final evening of the program. In addition performing, participants will work with instructors in a series of workshops to improve their performing arts skills in areas including: Acting and Improvisation, Music and Voice, Dance and Movement, Set & Media design SUMMER CAMP Age 8-16 with Teresa Garcia, of Ralph’s Vacuum & Sewing Center www.ralphsvacnsew.com This camp is a wonderful opportunity for kids & teens to learn basic sewing skills and make fun, cute projects like, a drawstring bag, pillow case with French seams, appliquéd pillow, stuffed animal and a stylish zipper clutch! Topics include: sewing machine basics, tools and terminology, stitches (topstitch, edge stitch and basting), appliqué and adorning techniques) We will tackle a different machine-sewn project each week that you can take home and show off to your friends and family. Don’t worry, if it’s your first time sewing, we’ll start you off with some GREAT beginner projects! All sewing equipment, material and patterns will be provided. Lab fee of $50 payable to instructor at 1st class. Location: Ralph’s Vacuum & Sewing Center, 837 Main St. RWC Auditions: This is an intensive and highly rewarding program, but it may not be for everyone. Director Michael Taylor will meet with prospective enrollees and their families to answer questions, assess students’ skill level and determine if this is the right fit prior to registration. Please contact SYP@wbopera.org to schedule a meeting. LOCATION: VMSC Performance Date & Time: Friday August 8 at 7:30pm at the VMSC “Little Theater” 10.306 M-F 9am-3pm 7/28-8/8 $566 / $546 Resident Discount TEEN POP SINGING INTENSIVE CAMP NEW Age 12-18 with The Latimerlo Studio FINALLY! A camp designed for POP SINGERS! Learn healthy vocal technique to make your voice beautiful and powerful. Each student will be assigned two solo songs that will be prepared throughout the camp and then performed on the final day. Come sing your heart out! Lab fee of $30 payable to instructor on 1st day. $236 / $216 Resident Discount 11.307 M-F 10am-12pm Register Online Today 7/28-8/1 CAB www.RedwoodCityCamps.org 650.780.7311 33 Science Camps MAD SCIENCE OF THE BAY AREA SUMMER CAMP HALF DAY AND FULL DAY CAMPS Become a MAD scientist this summer! Each child receives either a Lab Coat or a camp T-Shirt, water and cold beverages throughout the day. Bring a peanut-free snack. For Full Day Campers, please pack a lunch. LOCATION: All camps are held at the CAB “FIZZ”-ICAL PHENOMENA & CHE-MYSTERY Age 5-12 Take a walk on the wild side in this crazy week of sleuth science. Have a ton of fun as we whip up potions and experiment with all kinds of chemical reactions, including growing our own crystals, making sidewalk chalk, and learning the science of chromatography. Mix it up as we experiment with molecular madness, radical reactions and “fizz”-ical and chemical reactions. Discover what those crazy chemists are really up to in their laboratories. Then use everything you’ve learned to solve the Mad Science Mystery; even Sherlock couldn’t figure this one out! Half 10.314 M-F 9am-12pm 6/16-6/20 $245/ $225 Res Full 10.315 M-F 9am-3pm 6/16-6/20 $317/ $297 Res REACTIONS IN ACTION Age 5-12 Lights, Camera, Reaction! Picture yourself as Sir Isaac Newton in this Mad Science camp as we discover how things move with science. Experiment with inertia and gravity as you learn what football players, ballet dancers and scientists have in common. Explore how equipment and movement work together to help you enjoy your favorite sports. Learn about photography and the movie making process as we examine how a camera works, how film captures light and stores images, how motion pictures got started, and how filmmakers make images move. Spend some time in the lab learning the tools and techniques that real chemists use, and perform some spectacular hands-on experiments. NO CAMP 7/4 Half 10.316 M-Th 9am-12pm 6/30-7/3 $202/ $182 Res Full 10.317 M-Th 9am-3pm $259/ $239 Res 6/30-7/3 WACKY ROBOTS AND WIDGETS Age 7-12 Whether your child loves to build things or destroy them, this week of camp includes lots of both! The junior Mad Science engineers will design and build structures using simple tools and their imaginations. Then the machine madness starts…children will discover how different machines, simple and complex, are used in our daily lives. Kids will design simple machines using pulleys, wedges, screws and levers and have fun learning how catapults work. We will use the skills we’ve learned to build a Mad Science robot that we can keep, all while learning the science of robotics. Half 10.318 M-F 9am-12pm 7/7-7/11 $245/ $225 Res Full 10.319 M-F 9am-3pm $317/ $297 Res LITTLE GREEN THUMBS Age 4-6 Blossoming minds will love this week! Specially designed for the pre-K or kindergartener, this week teaches all about the amazing things that happen in the garden. Explore how things start to grow in the ground, and learn that plants, fruits, and vegetables start from seeds. Learn what seeds need to grow and where they get those things as we study weather. Discover the role that bugs and butterflies play in making your garden grow. 10.320 Summer 2014 Activity Guide M-F 9am-12pm 7/14-7/18 $245/ $225 Res NASA: JOURNEY INTO OUTER SPACE Age 5-12 Mad Science and NASA have teamed up to bring you the excitement and wonder of space in this new voyage of discovery. See the principles of thrust and propulsion at work in a real rocket launch. Explore the atmosphere on earth and beyond. Watch star dust burn, and journey through a galaxy as you investigate the life cycle of stars. Explore the farthest reaches of our solar system and create a lunar eclipse in this “mad” planetary tour. Probe the mysteries of meteors and bounce around satellite light as you learn about space phenomena. Experience the life of an astronaut as you suit up for space flight. This is an experience that is truly out of this world! 10.321 34 7/7-7/11 M-F 1-4pm 7/14-7/18 $245/ $225 Res Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Science Camps CAMP INVENTIONATION Age 7-12 Creative Contraption Warning! This Mad Science camp is designed by you—the Inventor! Each day you’ll be given a series of challenges which must be overcome using basic materials, simple machines, tips from world famous inventors and the most important thing of all – your mind. With a little bit of ingenuity you’ll construct catapults and forts and then lay siege, fabricate a winning Egg Drop design, construct a dancing robot and assemble a working light saber to take home. While Thomas Edison said invention is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration, this camp is 100% fun! Half 10.322 M-F 9am-12pm 7/21-7/25 $245/ $225 Res Full 10.323 M-F 9am-3pm 7/21-7/25 $317/ $297 Res JET CADETS Half 10.324 M-F 9am-12pm 7/28-8/1 $245/ $225 Res Full 10.325 M-F 9am-3pm 7/28-8/1 $317/ $297 Res Junior Fire Academy JUNIOR FIRE ACADEMY SPY ACADEMY Age 5-12 Look out 007-the Mad Science Spy Academy is here! From decoding messages to metal detectors and night vision, campers will have the opportunity to check out spy equipment and even create their own edible message. Step into the shoes of a detective as you uncover the science involved in evidence gathering and analysis. Figure out the science of forensics in a hands-on look at crime scenes. Become a super spy and learn clever ways of performing tasks as we take a hands-on view of the science that spies use. Half 10.326 M-F 9am-12pm 8/4-8/8 $245/ $225 Res Full 10.327 M-F 9am-3pm 8/4-8/8 $317/ $297 Res Age 11-15 with the Redwood City Fire Department Staff Ever dream of being firefighter? Well stop dreaming and start doing at the Junior Fire Academy! Participants develop life long skills not only learning about emergency preparedness, but also how to work together to accomplish tasks. SUMMER CAMP Age 5-12 It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s...everything from the earliest flying machines to the first rocket flights. This hands-on program will let you learn all about aerodynamics and the world above us. Explore the basic principles of flight, build airplanes, test them in wind tunnels, ride a hovercraft and construct balloon copters. Discover the mysteries of the galaxy, learn about celestial navigation, and take home a rocket that you have built yourself. We’ll be moving at light speed throughout this high velocity week! Taught by professional firefighters, participants learn skills including: First Aid, CPR, exit drills, fire extinguisher use, disaster preparedness, and home safety. In addition to the practical skills they can use everyday, participants learn what its like to be a firefighter by extinguishing fire with fire hoses, proper lifting techniques for moving ladders and hose, hose management, and they even get to climb the 100 foot tall ladder! All activities are optional, but positive, encouraging attitudes are not. This is a great opportunity to explore a day in the life of a firefighter! Bring a bag lunch Monday-Thursday. On Friday at noon, family and friends are encouraged to attend the potluck lunch just before the Skills Presentation and Graduation Ceremony.Please indicate T-shirt size when signing up. Location: Monday - Tuesday: PAL Building 3399 Bay Road, Redwood City Wednesday - Friday: Fire Station 9, 755 Marshall St., Redwood City (long pants and closed toed shoes required) $226 / $206 Resident Discount New Camper 41.301 M-Th F 10am-4pm 10am-2pm 7/28-7/31 8/1 Returning Campers use Code: 41.302 Register Online Today www.RedwoodCityCamps.org 650.780.7311 35 SUMMER CAMP LEGO® Engineering PRE-ENGINEERING WITH LEGOS® CHIMA ENGINEERING USING LEGO® NEW Age 5-6 Let your imagination run wild with tens of thousands of LEGO®! Build engineer-designed projects such as boats, bridges, mazes and motorized cars, and use special pieces to create your own unique design! Explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO® building system with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. This is an ideal way to prepare young builders for the challenge of Engineering FUNdamentals. Students should bring a peanut-free snack. Age 5-6 Choose a tribe and grab the CHI in Chima Engineering! Race your Speedorz to earn the Golden Orb, build the CHI Temple with a moving a waterfall, and swoop your way to victory with Eris’s Eagle Intercepter. Explore the fantasy world of Chima with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. This is an ideal way to prepare young engineers for the challenging experience of Chima Master Engineering using LEGO®. Students should bring a peanut-free snack. 10.334 M-F 9am-12pm 6/9-6/13 $205/$185 Res M-F 1-4pm 6/9-6/13 $205/$185 Resident Summer 2014 Activity Guide M-F 9am-12pm 6/16-6/20 $205/$185 Res RMCC CHIMA MASTER ENGINEERING USING LEGO® NEW Age 7-10 Power up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and over 100,000 pieces of LEGO®! Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as arch bridges, skyscrapers, motorized cars, and the Battletrack! Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning students to engineer at the next level. Students should bring a peanut-free snack. 10.335 10.336 RMCC ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS WITH LEGOS® 36 Bridge Care is available from 12-1pm for 9am-12pm campers on select camps ONLY. We’ll have lunch and then walk you to another camp at 1pm! with Play-Well TEKnologies RMCC Age 7-10 Choose a tribe and Master the CHI by becoming a Chima Master Engineer! Motorize the detachable Helicroctor, transform Eglor’s Twin Bike into an aircraft, and trap the lion tribe in the Croc Swamp Hideout. Use LEGO® bricks to engineer, innovate, and test your creations on the quest to earn CHI. In this advanced camp, Chima Masters learn real world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture while exploring the fantasy world of Chima. Students should bring a peanut-free snack. 10.337 M-F 1-4pm 6/16-6/20 $205/$185 Res Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services RMCC LEGO® Engineering & Robotics CONSTRUCTION VEHICLES AND MACHINES USING LEGO® NEW Age 5-6 Dig into engineering with big trucks, construction vehicles and super machines. Explore the engineering terms, concepts, and vocabulary behind large scale building machines. Build and learn about steamrollers, bulldozers, wrecking balls, tower cranes, and more while building with your favorite building system, LEGO®. Students should bring a peanut-free snack. 10.338 M-F 9am-12pm 7/14-7/18 $205/$185 Res RMCC NINJANEERING USING LEGO® Age 5-6 Enter the world of Ninjago and become an apprentice Ninjaneer! Learn the way of Spinjitzu, build the Fire Temple, race Skull Trucks, and encounter the mighty Dragon! Imagine and build unique and fun projects with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor while exploring the fantasy world of Ninjago. This is an ideal way to prepare young Ninjaneers for the challenge of Ninjaneering Masters with LEGO camp.Students should bring a peanut-free snack. M-F 9am-12pm 7/28-8/1 $205/$185 Res RMCC ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS: MINE, CRAFT, BUILD USING LEGO® NEW Age 7-10 Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO®! Build a motorized walking Creeper, a terrifying Ghast, and a motorized Minecart! This project-based camp, designed by Play-Well instructors, combines the basic format of our core engineering-themed programs based on the world of Minecraft. Students will explore real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture while building their favorite Minecraft objects. Students will have a blast, even without any prior experience with Minecraft or LEGO. Students should bring a peanut-free snack. 10.341 M-F 1-4pm 7/28-8/1 $205/$185 Res RMCC 10.339 M-F 1-4pm 7/14-7/18 $205/$185 Res RMCC JR. ROBOTICS USING LEGO® WEDO NEW Age 5-6 Build and program robots in this introductory Robotics class using the LEGO® WeDo system. Learn basic programming skills, simple engineering concepts, and the names of robot components. Work in small groups to complete several projects using tilt and motion sensors. This is a great way to prepare young Robotics enthusiasts for our more advanced Robotics programs. Students should bring a peanut-free snack. 10.342 M-F 9am-12pm 8/11-8/15 $205/$185 Res RMCC ROBOTICS USING LEGO® EV3 NEW Age 7-10 Build and program robots using the new LEGO® Mindstorms EV3 system! Learn about mechanical and software design, loops, conditional statements, problem solving, and teamwork skills. Work in small groups, program and build your robot, and rise to the challenge. Control the robot to avoid obstacles, pick up and carry objects, and play sounds. Projects are structured so that students work in an open-ended, investigative environment while having fun. Students should bring a peanutfree snack. 10.343 M-F 1-4pm 8/11-8/15 $205/$185 Res SUMMER CAMP 10.340 ART AND ARCHITECTURE USING LEGO® NEW Age 7-10 Explore great works of art and architecture through LEGO! Collaborate in small groups to build grand structures such as the Parthenon in Greece, the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, the tree houses of Papua New Guinea, and New York’s Empire State Building. Follow in the footsteps of master artists with LEGO interpretations of sculptures, mosaics, and stained glass. Teamwork and creativity take high culture to the next level! Students should bring a peanut-free snack. RMCC AWESOMENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION Age 7-12 with AWESOME Engineering, www.awesomengineering.org Are you ready to have an AWESOME time? Learn about engineering and construction concepts using Erector® educational toys. You will build things you encounter everyday; including bridges, cars, skyscrapers and more! Some of the concepts covered include: Torque vs. Speed, Belt and Pulley Systems, Gravity, Friction, and Truss Systems. In class, you are provided with everything you need to build each project which includes a tool belt, tools and project pieces. This hands-on class will allow you to work together to solve problems while building projects. Returning students will work on new projects. Go to www.awesomengineering.org for more info and pictures. Lab fee: $10 payable at first class for an Erector® set that students will keep; checks payable to AWESOMEngineering. Bring a peanut-free snack. $170/ $150 Resident Discount 10.358 M-F 9am-12pm 7/7-7/11 SCC 10.359 M-F 1-4pm 7/7-7/11 SCC Register Online Today www.RedwoodCityCamps.org 650.780.7311 37 Film & Animation Camps INCREDIFLIX CAMPS HALF DAY & FULL DAY OPTIONS Check out our website (www.IncrediFlix.com) for examples of each camp! All students will receive a professionally edited copy of the camps work! ANIMATION FLIX (AM) Ages 7-13 in appropriate age groups In this fast paced camp, students will create up to 5 stop-motion animated flix! Each day you’ll use a new style of stop-motion, combining the favorites of past years with some completely new styles, making this camp new each year for everyone to enjoy! It’s the ultimate arts and crafts camp where campers create, direct, and film their movies in age-appropriate groups. *All flix downloadable within a month after camp ends. A $30 Production Fee is payable at 1st class. Location: CAB 10.362 M-F 9am-12pm 6/16-6/20 $196/ $176 Resident SUMMER CAMP FILMMAKING FLIX (PM) Ages 7-13 in appropriate age groups Do you want to have a blast making a movie? You don’t have to be an actor to star in these movies that you make from “Action” to “That’s a wrap.” We’ll guide you through the Hollywood process as you brainstorm, location scout, bring in props and costumes, act and direct in a collaborated movie that will be fun for the entire audience. *All flix downloadable within a month after camp ends. A $30 Production Fee is payable at 1st class. Location: CAB 10.363 M-F 1-4pm 6/16-6/20 $196/ $176 Resident CREATURE FLIX (AM) Ages 7-13 in appropriate age groups Make your very own creatures and make them look like they’re running around the room in this wild stop-motion animation camp! After designing and creating your cardboard creatures, you and your group will write the story, film your movies, and add your own voice-overs and sound effects in this one-of-a-kind camp where your creatures can go anywhere you go. *All flix downloadable within a month after camp ends. A $30 Production Fee is payable at 1st class. Location: CAB 10.364 M-F 9am-12pm 7/14-7/18 38 1-4pm Animation & Filmmaking 10.367 M-F 9am-4pm 6/16-6/20 Creature & Lego Flix 10.368 M-F 9am-4pm 7/14-7/18 Green Screen & Imagination 10.369 M-F 9am-4pm 8/11-8/15 GREEN SCREEN FLIX (AM) Ages 7-13 in appropriate age groups Be anywhere…and be anyone! In this live action movie making camp, kids will get to use a green screen to transport them almost anywhere. Students will collaborate to write, act, and direct in this special effects movie camp that can take place anywhere from outer space to under the sea! *All flix downloadable within a month after camp ends. A $30 Production Fee is payable at 1st class. Location: CAB 10.370 M-F 9am-12pm 8/11-8/15 $196/ $176 Resident IMAGINATION FLIX (PM) Ages 7-13 in appropriate age groups We know you love Legos and can create incredible Lego worlds, now it’s time to bring those worlds to life in Lego Stop-Motion Animated Flix! We provide the Legos, and you provide your imagination. Students will create a Lego set with Lego characters for a movie they storyboard, write, shoot, and voice-over in ageappropriate groups. *All flix downloadable within a month after camp ends. A $30 Production Fee is payable at 1st class. Location: CAB M-F $332/ $312 Resident $196/ $176 Resident LEGO FLIX (PM) 10.366 FULL DAY OPTIONS Take both AM & PM camps at a discounted price. A $60 Production Fee is payable at 1st class for both camps. Kids will be supervised from 12-1pm for lunch. Please bring a lunch and a snack. 7/14-7/18 Summer 2014 Activity Guide $196/ $176 Resident Ages 7-13 in appropriate age groups Take your characters underwater, to a volcano, or even to outer space! In this exciting stop-motion animation camp, there are no limits to where your imagination can take you. In this camp, you’ll brainstorm, create your very own clay characters (that you keep), film your movies using a green screen, choose the backgrounds, and add voice-overs, while working in age-appropriate groups. *All flix downloadable within a month after camp ends. A $30 Production Fee is payable at 1st class. Location: CAB 10.371 M-F 1-4pm 8/11-8/15 $196/ $176 Resident Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Tech & Animation Camps TECH BUILDERS INTRO TO APP DESIGN ANIMATION CREATORS: DIGITAL ANIMATION $200/$180 Resident Discount 10.346 M-F 1-4pm 7/21-7/25 RMCC 10.347 M-F 9am-12pm 8/4-8/8 SCC $200/$180 Resident Discount 10.348 M-F 1-4pm 7/7-7/11 RMCC 10.349 M-F 1-4pm 8/4-88 SCC GAME DESIGN BEGINNING TO ADVANCED Ages 5-10 with Freshi Media www.freshimedia.com Work with your favorite toys to create fun and original stop motion animations! Learning materials, software and cameras are provided. Students work together to create an original story and then create their story through animation. Basic concepts such as camera angles, storyboards, scripting elements and theme will be introduced. Students will also do voiceover work for their animation and add a musical score to their completed project. Please bring a pencil and snacks to class. On the last day of class, parents may bring a flash drive to receive student work. Ages 7-12 with Freshi Media www.freshimedia.com Improve your skills and impress friends and family with your unique video game! Advanced gamers learn new game design techniques including multiple character animations and movement options, platform style games and multiple game genres. Beginners work in pairs and are introduced to fundamental game design elements, including character creation, background design and building a complete video game level. All students will have a completed game by the end of class. Please bring a pencil and snacks to class. On the last day of class, parents may bring a flash drive to receive student work. $200/$180 Resident Discount $200/$180 Resident Discount YOUNG CREATORS: STOP MOTION ANIMATION! 10.350 M-F 9am-12pm Register Online Today 7/7-7/11 SUMMER CAMP Ages 9-14 with Freshi Media www.freshimedia.com The Freshi Media App Design class is a fun and exciting introduction for students who want to learn different aspects of computer based App Design. Utilizing Multimedia Fusion 2 software, students work closely with instructors to create individual computer based apps. Students will complete one app project, which combines their individual projects into one computer based interactive app. Students will combine fun game based apps and practical utility apps into their final project. Please bring a pencil and snack to class daily. Parents can bring a flash drive to the final class to receive completed work. Ages 8-13 with Freshi Media www.freshimedia.com Young animators learn computer software techniques to create digitally animated characters and stories. In this class, participants will learn skills that help with computer drawing, character creation and movement, voiceover work and character interaction and speech. In small groups of two or three, students will focus on learning introductory computer animation techniques and will create original characters and short animated stories. Please bring a pencil and snacks to class. On the last day of class, parents may bring a flash drive to receive student work. RMCC 10.351 www.RedwoodCityCamps.org M-F 9am-12pm 7/21-7/25 650.780.7311 RMCC 39 Reading & Writing Camps CREATIVE WRITING ACADEMIC WRITING with Lekha School of Creative Writing with Lekha School of Creative Writing THE ART OF STORY TELLING EARLY WRITING Age 5-7 The gift of storytelling may be one of life's most powerful and envied skills. A young storyteller learns to let go of inhibitions and gains confidence to talk in front of an audience while having fun. Participants will learn the art of narration using different storytelling techniques like Puppet Theater, shadow puppets, play acting, and mime. They will take home the story telling tools that they create during the week. Lab Fee: $10 payable to Lekha on 1st Day. Age 5-7 Children will learn the art of correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar through interactive lessons. Composition will be introduced to older students through paragraph structure. Lab Fee: $10 payable to Lekha on 1st Day. $205/$185 Resident Discount SUMMER CAMP 10.300 M-F 9am-12pm 7/7-7/11 STORY WRITING $205/$185 Resident Discount M-F 9am-12pm M-F 1-4pm 7/7-7/11 CAB Age 7-12 Participants will learn how to refine and develop their academic writing skills. Younger children will learn to write the narrative structure. They will write three to five paragraph essays. They will also learn how to plan and outline their essays properly before writing, as well as how to revise their essays. Older students will be introduced to persuasive and expository styles of writing as required by the core curriculum. They will write three to five paragraph essays. They will also learn how to plan and outline their essays properly before writing, as well as how to revise their essays. Lab Fee: $10 payable to Lekha on 1st Day. $205/$185 Resident Discount 10.308 7/7-7/11 M-F 1-4pm 7/7-7/11 CAB CAB EARLY READING CREATE-A-BOOK Age 5-7 The art of bookmaking will be the focus of this week. They will also be introduced to simple binding techniques. Participants will learn how to make shape books, pop ups books, accordion books, and Flag books. Lab Fee: $10 payable to Lehka on 1st Day. Age 5-7 Reading is the process of decoding symbols in order to help comprehend a written language. The reading process requires continuous practice, development, and refinement. At Lekha Early Readers children will learn how to read using interactive phonics methods. Lab Fee: $10 payable to Lekha on 1st Day. $205/$185 Resident Discount $205/$185 Resident Discount 10.302 M-F 9am-12pm 8/11-8/15 10.309 SCC STORY WRITING-GENRES Age 7-12 Students will focus on genre writing and learn how each genre has its own set of particular rules that drives character creation, setting, and plot. As they work on the five elements of writing in genres, they will learn how to blend genres as they focus on setting, characters, dialogue, descriptions, and conflict. During the second half of the sessions they will choose one of their short stories and improve upon that. An excerpt of this story will be published in the school anthology, while the en- tire story will be published in a class anthology. Lab Fee: $10 payable to Lekha on 1st Day. $205/$185 Resident Discount 10.303 40 10.304 ESSAY WRITING CAB Age 7-12 The five elements of story writing will be the focus during this session. Students will be introduced to a variety of fiction and nonfiction genres. They will progress into genre writing and learn how each genre has its own set of particular rules that drives character creation, setting, and plot. During the second half of the sessions they will choose one of their short stories and improve upon that. This story will be published in the school anthology. Lab Fee: $10 payable to Lehka on 1st Day. 10.301 $205/$185 Resident Discount M-F 9am-12pm 8/11-8/15 Summer 2014 Activity Guide SCC M-F 1-4pm 8/11-8/15 SCC WRITING CONVENTIONS Age 7-12 Participants will learn how to refine and develop their academic writing skills. Younger children will learn the art of correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar through interactive lessons. Composition will be introduced through paragraph structure. Older students will learn to write the narrative structure. They will write three to five paragraph essays. They will also learn how to plan and outline their essays properly before writing, as well as how to revise their essays. Lab Fee: $10 payable to Lekha on 1st Day. $205/$185 Resident Discount 10.307 M-F 1-4pm 8/11-8/15 SCC Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Circus Camp CIRCUS CAMP! Age 5-8, Half Day with 888 Monkeys, www.888monkeys.org Join the Circus! Try out the trapeze or simply clown around this summer at 888 Monkeys Circus Camp. Campers learn circus skills such as Pedalo, Flower sticks, Juggling, Rolla Bolla, Acrobatics, and Diabolo. Each week long session culminates with a camp performance where kids can show off their newly learned skills, Please bring a snack and water each day. Wear comfortable clothes for movement (we go upside down!), closed-toed shoes, and leave your jewelry at home. Location: RMCC Gym 10.328 M-F 9am-12pm 6/23-6/27 $189/$169 Resident CIRCUS CAMP! 10.329 M-F 9am-3pm 6/23-6/27 $309/$289 Resident Dance & Cheer Camps PRINCESS DANCE CAMP Age 3-6 with Dance Force Twirling Tutus and Tiaras! In this very popular and magical “Princess” inspired camp, your child will dance to fun princess music, do arts and craft projects, play princess games, and get a princess skirt and tiara. Children will do an in class performance on the last day of camp. Children will need to bring a snack and water bottle. Lab fee: $7 due 1st day. Location: SCC 12.302 M-F 9:30-11am 7/7-7/11 $113/95 Resident SUPER STAR DANCE CAMP! Age 6-9 with Dance Force It’s time to Shine! Come be a Super Star for a week and learn hot new dance moves likes the one’s you see in High School Musical. Children will learn hip hop & jazz moves and dance instructors will help them create their “own” choreography! To make things more glamorous, we will use fun props that the children will get to take home. Dancers will perform in class on the last day of camp. Students need to bring a water bottle and snack. Lab fee: $7 due 1st day. Location: SCC 12.303 M-F 11am-12:30pm 7/7-7/11 Register Online Today $113/95 Resident SKYHAWKS CHEERLEADING Age 6-12 For more information, please visit www.skyhawks.com Skyhawks cheerleading teaches young athletes all the essential skills to lead the crowd and support the home team. Skyhawks’ cheer camp will ensure that each camper will learn cheers, proper hand and body movements as well as jumping techniques. There is no stunting, just a big focus on fun while each cheerleader learns important life skills such as teambuilding and leadership. The week concludes with a choreographed performance and a chance to cheer at a Skyhawks football tournament! SUMMER CAMP Age 8-14, Full Day with 888 Monkeys, www.888monkeys.org Join the Circus! Try out the trapeze or simply clown around this summer at 888 Monkeys Circus Camp. Campers learn circus skills such as Silks, Stilts, Unicycle, Juggling, Rolla Bolla, Acrobatics, and Diabolo. Each week long session culminates with a camp performance where kids can show off their newly learned skills, Please bring a snack and water each day, and a lunch. Wear comfortable clothes for movement (we go upside down!), closedtoed shoes, and leave your jewelry at home. Location: RMCC Gym All participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 8:1. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, snacks, a water bottle, athletic shoes and sunscreen. $204 / $184 Resident Discount Code Days Times 12.304 M-F www.RedwoodCityCamps.org Dates 9am-12pm 7/7-7/11 650.780.7311 Field Sandpiper 41 Gymnastics Camps GYMNASTICS CAMP Age 3-12 SUMMER CAMP with Bayshore Elite www.bayshoreelite.com Your child will get to learn awesome gymnastics skills, play games and do arts & crafts while incorporating our fun filled themes! Every Wednesday is PJ Day, and every Friday is BAYSHORE SPIRIT DAY! All campers MUST be potty-trained. We can’t wait to see you! Before Care available. Call for more information. All camps end at 12pm on Fridays. Two Locations: Half Day: Bayshore Elite 2163 Roosevelt Ave.RWC 94061 Full Day: Bayshore Elite 2694 Middlefield Ave, Suite A, RWC 94063 42 THEME WEEK DATES HALF DAY Age 3-12 9am-12pm $195 Roosevelt Ave. FULL DAY Age 6-12 9am-3pm $295 Middlefield Rd. Once Upon a Time 7/7-7/11 16.351 16.360 Under The Sea 7/14-7/18 16.352 16.361 Musical Madness 7/21-7/25 16.353 16.362 Buggin’ Out 7/28-8/1 16.354 16.363 Hawaiian Hullabaloo 8/4-8/8 16.355 16.364 Wild & Wacky 8/11-8/15 16.356 16.365 Wild, Wild, West 8/18-8/22 16.357 16.366 Last Hoorah! 8/25-8/29 16.358 16.367 Labor Day Camp 9/2-9/5 Tu-F 16.359 $155 N/A Horse Camp SUMMER HORSEMANSHIP CAMP Age 6+ with Springdown Equestrian Center (650) 851-1114 Spend an intensive and fun one or two week session with one of our 50 well trained school horses! Learn how to ride or improve your horsemanship skills during our program. Riders are grouped according to experience, but no experience is needed to attend our camps. Our knowledgeable instructors and helpers will teach you all about horses working in small, interactive groups to give you hands on experience with your horse. You will spend lots of time working around the horses and understanding how they think and feel. Bring a friend to learn about our wonderful world of horses! Download the liability forms at www.springdown.com/camps and mail them in prior to the start of camp. Location: SDEC, 725 Portola Rd., Portola Valley 13.335 M-F 9am-1pm 6/16-6/27 10 days $750 13.336 M-F 9am-1pm 7/7-7/18 10 days $750 13.337 M-F 9am-1pm 7/21-8/8 10 days $750 13.338 M-F 9am-1pm 8/4-8/15 10 days $750 13.339 M-F 9am-1pm 8/18-8/29 10 days $750 Summer 2014 Activity Guide ARISTA’S JUMP START GYMNASTICS CAMP Age 5-8 with Arista Frick Lemos Camp will be jam packed with obstacle courses, tumbling, games, arts and crafts and snack. Please have your children dress in comfortable clothing (no jeans or dresses). Bring a snack and drink. Location: RMCC Gym 16.399 M-F 9am-12pm 6/9-6/13 $226/ $206 Resident Rock Climbing Camp INDOOR ROCK CLIMBING CAMP Age 5-13 with Planet Granite Kids are just natural born climbers. This program is an excellent opportunity for kids to challenge themselves mentally and physically in a safe and supportive team environment. Planet Granite T-shirt included. Parents MUST attend first class with minor to sign release paperwork. Location: Planet Granite, 100 El Camino Real, Belmont. (650)591-3030 13.306 M-F 10am-12pm 6/16-6/20 $165 13.307 M-F 10am-12pm 6/23-6/27 $165 13.308 M-F 10am-12pm 6/30-7/4 $165 13.309 M-F 10am-12pm 7/7-7/11 $165 13.310 M-F 10am-12pm 7/14-7/18 $165 13.311 M-F 10am-12pm 7/21-7/25 $165 13.312 M-F 10am-12pm 7/28-8/1 $165 13.313 M-F 10am-12pm 8/4-8/8 $165 13.314 M-F 10am-12pm 8/11-8/15 $165 13.315 M-F 10am-12pm 8/18-8/22 $165 Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Fencing LEARN TO FENCE THIS SUMMER! with Peninsula Fencing Academy, Certified by the Positive Coaching Alliance Location: PFA 835 E San Carlos Ave. #B San Carlos STAR WARS CAMP Age 7-12 This full day week long camp will introduce students to lightsaber fighting techniques as well as other forms of Jedi training. Half of each day will be dedicated to lightsaber training. The other half of each day will be devoted to learning the other Jedi abilities and their elements such as Force Control, Force Sense, and Force Alter. From obstacle courses, and stealth objectives, to blocking blaster bolts with a lightsabre, and Jedi dueling each day is a unique Star Wars experience. By the end of the week, new students will have exposure to all elements of Jedi training, as well as increased coordination and body control. For info call 650.592.1619 or email info@PeninsulaFencingAcademy.com Skateboarding SOCIETY SKATEBOARDING SUMMER CAMP $205 / $185 Resident Discount Grades K-3 16.393 M-F 9am-12pm 13.391 M-F 9am-3pm 7/14-7/18 $400 PFA 13.392 M-F 9am-3pm 7/28-8/1 $400 PFA 13.393 M-F 9am-3pm 8/11-8/15 $400 PFA BEGINNER FENCING CAMP Age 6-13 This week long beginner fencing camp provides a fun exposure to the sport of fencing in a safe setting. With a focus on fun fencing and games, every camper walks away from this class with a smile on their face. Our camps include general fitness, footwork, bladework, bouting, hand eye coordination drills, and games. Over the week, kids are exposed to Olympic fencing videos, electric bouting, and varying forms of team building exercises. The final day is a demonstration that parents are welcome to attend! For info call 650.592.1619 or email info@PeninsulaFencingAcademy.com 6/16-6/20 13.394 M-F 9am-12pm 7/21-7/25 $250 PFA M-F 9am-12pm 8/4-8/8 $250 PFA M-F 9am-12pm 8/18-8/22 $250 PFA Grades 4-8 16.394 M-F 9am-12pm 6/23-6/27 13.395 Grades K-3 16.395 M-F 9am-12pm 7/28-8/1 13.396 Grades 4-8 16.396 M-F 9am-12pm 8/4-8/8 Grades K-3 16.397 M-F 9am-12pm 8/18-8/22 SUMMER CAMP Entering Kindergarten through 8th Grade with Society Skateboarding Staff Skateboarding camps are a great place to get skateboarding lessons, challenge yourself to become a better skateboarder and learn new tricks. Skateboard camps are also great places to make new friends and build self-confidence. Enjoy this awesome sport with a focus on skateboarding safety, fundamentals, technique as well as balance and coordination offered by Society experienced skateboarding instructors. Each session will consist of skateboarding lessons, snack time, game time and playtime. Children will receive a T-Shirt and 10% discount at Society on safety gear. Please bring Skateboard and Helmet (required), Water Bottle and a Snack. Safety Pads are strongly recommended. Parents must sign waiver form with registration. Location: Phil Shao Memorial skate park @ Red Morton Ice Skating Camps BEGINNING ICE SKATING SUMMER CAMP Age 6-12 with Nazareth Ice Oasis The Super Star Beginning Ice Skating Camp will teach Beginning through Pre-Freestyle levels of ice skating skills. The campers will also learn fun new tricks and will perform a group skating routine on the last day for family and friends. Please list any food allergies and also t-shirt size for each camper. Bring warm clothing and mittens or gloves. Dress in layers. Snacks will be provided. No prior skating experience needed. Location: Nazareth Ice Oasis, 3140 Bay Road, Redwood City 16.343 M-F 8:45am-12pm 6/23-6/27 $280 16.344 M-F 8:45am-12pm 8/4-8/8 $280 Register Online Today www.RedwoodCityCamps.org 650.780.7311 43 Baseball & Softball Camps THE LEGENDS BASEBALL EXPERIENCE! NEW SUMMER CAMP “HIT & RUN” SOFTBALL CAMP NEW Age 6-13 with National Academy of Athletics www.nationalacademyofathletics.com The HIT & RUN softball camps offered by the National Academy of Athletics offer beginner to intermediate players the opportunity to build a solid foundation. Players love these camps because each day is filled with fundamental skill progression drills, easy to understand instruction, as well as games & competition. Campers are grouped by age and ability to learn appropriate drills, skills, and techniques. Campers bring glove,cap, water, snack and full day campers bring a lunch. Location: Bechet/Griffin Field Half Day 16.300 M-F 9am-12pm 7/14-7/18 $179/$159 Res Full Day 16.301 M-F 9am-3pm $229/$209 Res 7/14-7/18 ALL BASEBALL ALL THE TIME (ABATT) Age 5-13 A.B.A.T.T. instructors trained in coaching youth sports and have rich baseball credentials. Instructors include young volunteers, highschool players, Division 1 college players, and even professional level baseball players. A.B.A.T.T. (All Baseball All The Time) is a fantastic summer program dedicated to teaching kids about the game of baseball. We focus little on the results of players or games, but instead on the process of playing the game. Drills, scrimmages, and fun baseball related games happen daily. We care about the baseball related futures of campers, but more importantly concentrate on the positive experience that playing baseball can bring to a child including the following: Teamwork, Building Confidence, Discipline, Developing New Skills, Building New Friendships. A.B.A.T.T. is unique because we accommodate first time players, as young as 5 years old up to advanced level 12-year-old players. We focus on the building blocks of Hitting, Fielding, Pitching, and Running with small groups according to skill level. In addition to the basics, we teach advanced aspects of the game if players are ready and willing. Campers should bring lunch, water bottle, bat, hat, and glove but there will be extra equipment if need be. Please check us out at Tsports650.com and Contact Zack Turner directly with questions or concerns 650.556.3963 TurnerSports650@gmail. com 44 Age 6-12, All Levels with the Menlo Park Legends collegiate/semi-pro baseball team! For more info visit www.menloparklegends.com. The Legends are coming to Redwood City! This one of a kind summer program, connects campers with semi-professional baseball players who travel across the country to play on the Menlo Park Legends summer team. Our infamous 5:1 camper to coach ratio promotes the most intimate learning environment possible and enables campers to develop meaningful relationships with their baseball heroes. Our innovative and proven coaching methods integrate small group instruction with drills, games and exciting competitions to ensure your child is building confidence while simultaneously developing new baseball skills. And, if your child is not too drained after camp, they can sign up for the ‘Dugout Experience’ and come to Legends Baseball games to watch their favorite coaches play against national recognized competition! Kids can hangout in the dugout, get autographs, compete in contests and even be a batboy! After all, it’s more than just a camp- it’s an EXPERIENCE! Campers should bring: Glove, Hat, Cleats, Bat, Baseball Pants, Water Bottle, Sunscreen, Lunch and a Big smile! Location: Red Morton Park, Kiwanis/Mitchell Field 16.302 M-Th 9am-2pm 6/23-6/26 $270/ $250 Resident 16.303 M-Th 9am-2pm 7/7-7/10 $270/ $250 Resident 16.304 M-F 9am-2pm 8/4-8/8 $315/ $295 Resident MIKE ROZA BASEBALL CAMP Age 6-12 with Carter Cox www.pitchingacademy.com Take your game to the next level !! Mike Roza Baseball, you get professional instruction with 15+ years experience. Your child will be safe and have a lot of fun. This camp is designed for beginners and experienced players. Players will be grouped by age and ability, in a small group format with lots of individual attention. Our defensive and offensive drills are proven and used daily in camp. Learn the Fundamentals of Infield, Outfield, Pitching, Hitting, Bunting, Running Bases, and having fun playing games. For more info visit www.pitchingacademy.com or Call Mike Roza at (650) 440-0996. Campers should bring Baseball Bat, Baseball , Glove, Hat, Cleats, Shoes, Sunscreen, Lots of Water, Snacks, and a Big Lunch! No camp 7/4 16.347 M-F 9am-3pm 7/21-7/25 $251/ $231 Res Kiwanis 16.313 M-Th 9am-3pm 6/30-7/3 $231 / $211 Res Kiwanis 16.348 M-F 9am-3pm 8/11-8/15 $251/ $231 Res Kiwanis 16.314 M-F 9am-3pm 7/14-7/18 $281 / $261 Res Kiwanis 16.315 M-F 9am-3pm 7/28-8/1 Kiwanis Summer 2014 Activity Guide $281 / $261 Res Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Basketball Camps “HOOP IT UP” GIRLS 4 DAY BASKETBALL CAMP Age 6-13 NEW with National Academy of Athletics www.nationalacademyofathletics.com If you like basketball then you will love our HOOP IT UP Camps! This girls only camp by National Academy of Athletics is designed to make you a better basketball player. Whether you are a beginner or advanced player, the drills taught at this camp will help you improve your game. Come work on the core fundamentals of your game: footwork, passing, ballhandling and defense. Participants will enjoy fun challenges, games and daily competitions in a positive and energetic environment. Campers bring water, snack and full day campers bring a lunch. Location: RMCC Gym MONDAY - FRIDAY Age Date Half Day AM *9am-12pm $185/$165 Res Half Day PM Full Day PM 1:15-4:30pm *9-4:30pm $185/$165 Res $345/$325 Res 5-9Y 7/21-7/25 13.320 13.324 13.328 10-14Y 7/21-7/25 13.321 13.325 13.329 5-9Y 8/4-8/8 13.322 13.326 13.330 10-14Y 8/4-8/8 13.323 13.327 13.331 “HOOP IT UP” BASKETBALL CAMP NEW Age 6-13 with National Academy of Athletics www.nationalacademyofathletics.com If you like basketball then you will love our HOOP IT UP Camps! This coed camp by National Academy of Athletics is designed to make you a better basketball player. Whether you are a beginner or advanced player, the drills taught at this camp will help you improve your game. Come work on the core fundamentals of your game: footwork, passing, ball-handling and defense. Participants will enjoy fun challenges, games and daily competitions in a positive and energetic environment. Campers bring water, snack and full day campers bring a lunch. Location: RMCC Gym Camp Code Day Time Date Fee Half Day 16.305 M-F 9am-12pm 7/14-7/18 $179/$159 Res Full Day 16.306 M-F 9am-3pm Register Online Today MONDAY - THURSDAY Camp Code Time Date Fee Half Day 16.309 9am-12pm 6/30-7/3 $152/ $132 Res Full Day 16.310 9am-3pm $200/ $180 Res 6/30-7/3 ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT 4 DAY GIRLS NEW BASKETBALL CAMP SUMMER CAMP LEGARZA BASKETBALL CAMP Age 5-9 & 10-14 BIGGER THAN BASKETBALL: Our goal is for all campers to work hard and feel good about themselves in a safe, disciplined, highly structured and motivated environment of learning and fun. We place the child and his or her personal development ahead of the game. Positive encouragement and measured improvement in the fundamental skills are trademarks of our camp, as well as players learning to work together in a team setting while playing games and tournaments. All of our camps offer a solid foundation of fundamental skill development for beginning players and a strong challenge for advanced players. We use a Mastery Orientation of teaching, which celebrates effort as much as achievement and focuses on personal development, learning and improving. Our teaching progression takes into account age and skill differences. Players are grouped by age, sex, ability and personal request. Please wear athletic shoes and proper clothing. A peanut free snack will be provided each day. Feel free to bring any additional water or snacks you’d like. *Camp Drop-off begins at 8am. Supervision & activities will be provided, however actual basketball play will not be available until 8:45am, camp begins at 9am. FREE EXTENDED CARE UNTIL 5PM FOR PM CAMPERS! Location: RMCC GYM Age 9-13 with National Academy of Athletics www.nationalacademyofathletics.com At Advanced Development Basketball camp by National Academy of Athletics we know that in order to improve, players must compete with, and against better players. At camp players are challenged to push the limits of their skills, learn new concepts and compete. They spend time working on individual fundamental skill development. This program includes an academic prep session and speed & agility training. Individual & team competitions, games and an individual shooting video is also included. Come get better as you are taught the things you need to work on to be a better player. Campers bring water, snack and full day campers bring a lunch. Location: RMCC Gym MONDAY - THURSDAY Camp Code Time Date Fee Half Day 16.307 9am-12pm 6/30-7/3 $152/ $132 Res Full Day 16.308 9am-3pm 6/30-7/3 $200/ $180 Res 7/14-7/18 $229/$209 Res www.RedwoodCityCamps.org 650.780.7311 45 Soccer Camps INDOOR FUTSAL CAMP NEW Age 7-14 with Soccer & Smiles Follow in the footsteps of Pele, Messi and Ronaldo! All of these players credit their superior soccer skills to Futsal! This camp will be a fun introduction to Futsal for players of all levels. Campers will be grouped according to their age and skill. We will dedicate the morning session to working on basic ball skills, individual skills, and Futsal concepts, and in the afternoon we’ll focus on teamwork and game situations- culminating in a full size game. Game situations are created that will improve skills, confidence and encourage teamwork all while having a ton of fun! Our coaches are well trained, licensed and will provide a camp that is fun and challenging at every level of play. To ensure proper training the coach to player ratio is 1: 10 or less. Campers bring: Shin guards, indoor soccer shoes, plenty to drink and a snack. If you are attending the full day camp you will also need to bring lunch. LOCATION: RMCC GYM British Soccer Camps provide players of all ages and abilities with the rare opportunity to receive high-level soccer coaching from a team of international experts. Each day includes the Challenger 1,000 touch curriculum - centered around your Soccer players’ control and ball familiarity. All players learn and apply skills, fakes, tricks, and turns in technical and tactical practices leading in to the daily CAMP WORLD CUP - Follow your favorite Soccer player from this years’ World Cup in Brazil. Players will also be taught the Challenger Champions of Character with lessons in respect, responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship and leadership. SUMMER CAMP SESSION 1 - 6/16-6/20 Camp Code Day Time Half Day 31.380 M-F 9am-12pm $171/ $151 Resident Full Day 31.381 M-F 9am-3pm $219/ $199 Resident Fee Fee SESSION 2 - 7/28-8/1 Camp Code Day Time Half Day 31.382 M-F 9am-12pm $171/ $151 Resident Full Day 31.383 M-F 9am-3pm HOST A COACH Host a coach for the week of camp and you and your family will not only receive a cultural insight into international life, but also an $80 rebate! $219/ $199 Resident KIDZ LOVE SOCCER CAMPS (Age 4½-10) Spend a week enjoying the world’s most popular sport in a fun, recreational environment. Learn and practice soccer skills including: dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting and defense. Everyone is a winner as the week’s fun culminates in an ageappropriate “World Cup” tournament. All campers will receive a soccer ball and soccer jersey. Half-day campers should bring a full water bottle and a healthy snack. Allday campers should bring a full water bottle (1.5 liter minimum) a healthy snack and a bag lunch. ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST WEAR SHIN GUARDS. Soccer shoes and sunscreen are recommended. Location: Mitchell Field, Red Morton Park Age Code 4½-6yrs 31.360 M-F 9am-1pm $175/ $155 Resident 7-8yrs 31.361 M-F 9am-1pm $175/ $155 Resident 9-10yrs 31.362 M-F 9am-1pm $175/ $155 Resident Time FEE SESSION 2 - 7/7-7/11 46 Day Mini Soccer (Age 3-5): A fun introduction to the very basic elements of the game. Half Day Player Development (Age 6-14): Emphasis is placed upon individual skill development, core techniques and small sided games. Full Day Development (Age 8-14): A more advanced camp for serious players which focuses on game related techniques, tactical development and coached match play. Bring your own lunch. Camp programs include a free ball and shirt and a free British Soccer jersey for on line registrations 45 days prior to camp! Location: Red Morton Park, Bechet/Griffin Field SESSION 1 7/21-7/25 SESSION 1 - 6/16-6/20 Day CHALLENGER SPORTS BRITISH SOCCER CAMP Experience the Magic of British Soccer Camp (Age 3-14) Age Code Time 4½-6yrs 31.363 M-F 9am-1pm $175/ $155 Resident 7-8yrs 31.364 M-F 9am-1pm $175/ $155 Resident 9-10yrs 31.365 M-F 9am-1pm $175/ $155 Resident Summer 2014 Activity Guide FEE LEVEL CODE DAYS TIME FEE Mini Soccer 3-5yrs 31.351 M-F 9-10:30am $165/ $145 Res Half Day 6-10yrs 31.352 M-F 9am-12pm $196/ $176 Res Half Day 11-14yrs 31.353 M-F 1-4pm $196/ $176 Res Full Day 8-14yrs 31.354 M-F 9am-4pm $280/ $260 Res Code Time Fee Mini Soccer 3-5yrs 31.355 M-F 9-10:30am $165/ $145 Res Half Day 6-10yrs 31.356 M-F 9am-12pm $196/ $176 Res Half Day 11-14yrs 31.357 M-F 1-4pm $196/ $176 Res Full Day 8-14yrs 31.358 M-F 9am-4pm $280/ $260 Res SESSION 2 8/4-8/8 Level Days Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services AYSO UK INTERNATIONAL SOCCER CAMPS - REDWOOD CITY AYSO REGION 1! Age 5-14 AYSO Community Day Camps create an environment that is fun and conducive to learning for all ages and levels of ability, and does it on the fields the kids already know and love. With solid grounding in AYSO’s philosophies and coaching programs, AYSO Soccer Camps work with kids on skills and activities appropriate to their age and skill level. AYSO Soccer Camps are conducted by the best nationally and internationally qualified coaches recruited and trained by UK International Soccer Camps. UK International is the only organization whose coaches, primarily from Great Britain, are safe haven certified, AYSO Coach Instructors and trained in AYSO philosophies. Coaches are selected not only for their knowledge and their coaching ability, but also for their commitment to creating a fun, positive learning environment for the players. The result is a soccer camp experience players will remember for a lifetime. The AYSO Soccer Camp curriculum has been developed by AYSO in conjunction with some of the highest-level camp trainers in the country, and is approved by AYSO National. All camp sessions are based on individual attention to ball skills, as well as fun games to put those skills into practice and develop teamwork. Players are encouraged to express themselves in order to develop confidence and individual creativity on the field. DAY DATE HALF DAY Age 5-14 9am-12pm $180 / $160 Res FULL DAY Age 7-14 9am-3pm $240 / $220 Res M-F 6/9-9/13 31.369 31.374 Bechet/Griffin M-F 6/23-6/27 31.370 31.375 Bechet/Griffin M-F 7/7-7/11 31.371 31.376 Bechet/Griffin M-F 7/28-8/1 31.372 31.377 Hawes M-F 8/11-8/15 31.373 31.378 Bechet/Griffin FIELD ATTEND CAMP FOR FREE… HOST A UK COACH! For more information please contact Emma McCluskey email@example.com SUMMER CAMP Please bring: A soccer ball with your name on it, Shingaurds, plenty to drink, sunscreen and a snack. If you are attending the full day camp you will also need to bring lunch. Location: Red Morton Park, Bechet/Griffin Field & Hawes School Field Make a difference • Plan activities • Be a part of making our community great • Let your voice be heard • Gain leadership experience and skills • Have fun! Redwood City is accepting applications for the Y.A.B (Youth Advisory Board) for the 2014-2015 school year. This is a GREAT place to meet and work with other youth in our community as a team and make a difference. You must be in 6th, 7th or 8th grade. Meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month at the Red Morton Community Center 7-8pm. You can pick up an application at the Red Morton Community Center: 1120 Roosevelt Avenue. For more information call Jodi Fernandez at 780-7329. Register Online Today www.RedwoodCityCamps.org 2014-2015 650.780.7311 47 Multi-Sport Camps SKYHAWKS MULTI-SPORT Age 6-12 For more information, please visit www.skyhawks.com Multi-Sport camps are designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. For this program we combine 2-3 sports into one fun-filled week. Athletes will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of the week, your child will walk away with knowledge of (2 or 3) new sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline. This program is designed to motivate children to lead a healthy, active lifestyle while giving them the fundamental skill sets needed to succeed and grow in any sport they choose. All participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 8:1. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, lunch, snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, baseball glove (if appropriate) and sunscreen. Location: Sandpiper $229 / $209 Resident Discount SUMMER CAMP Code Days Times Dates 13.379 baseball, soccer, basketball Sports M-F 9am-3pm 7/21-7/25 13.380 soccer, basketball, flag football M-F 9am-3pm 8/4-8/8 Cricket Camp CRICKET CAMP NEW Age 7-13 with National Academy of Athletics An innovative program by National Academy of Athletics that covers all facets of cricket, including batting coaching, bowling coaching and fielding sessions. Camp is designed to introduce and/or improve your cricket skills and maximize enjoyment. Campers bring water & snack. $179 / $159 Resident Discount (week of 7/4 $152/$132 Resident) CODE DAY TIME DATE SITE 16.326 M-Th 9am-12pm 6/30-7/3 no 7/4 Sandpiper 16.327 M-F 9am-12pm 7/14-7/18 McGarvey 16.328 M-F 9am-12pm 7/28-8/1 Sandpiper FIELD HOCKEY CAMP NEW Age 6-13 with National Academy of Athletics www.nationalacademyofathletics.com The HIT & RUN softball camps offered by the National Academy of Athletics offer beginner to intermediate players the opportunity to build a solid foundation. Players love these camps because each day is filled with fundamental skill progression drills, easy to understand instruction, as well as games & competition. Campers are grouped by age and ability to learn appropriate drills, skills, and techniques. Campers bring water & snack. No camp 7/4 DAY 16.338 M-Th 16.339 M-F 48 TIME DATE FEE $204 / $184 Resident Discount Code Days Times Dates Field 13.373 M-F 9am-12pm 6/23-6/27 McGarvey 13.374 M-F 9am-12pm 7/7-7/11 McGarvey 13.375 M-F 9am-12pm 7/21-7/25 Sandpiper 13.376 M-F 9am-12pm 8/11-8/15 Sandpiper “ALL SORTS OF SPORTS” NEW Field Hockey Camp CODE SKYHAWKS MINI-HAWK CAMP Age 4-7 For more information, please visit www.skyhawks.com This multi-sport program was developed to give 4 to 7 year-olds a positive first step into athletics. Soccer, Baseball & Basketball are taught in a safe, structured environment filled with encouragement and fun. Through games and activities, campers explore balance, hand/eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace. All participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 6:1 Participants should bring appropriate clothing, two snacks, a water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen. Age 6-13 with National Academy of Athletics www.nationalacademyofathletics.com A great way to introduce your youngsters to the world of sports, teamwork and athletics! This camp by the National Academy of Athletics will help to build your child’s motor control, hand-eye coordination, agility and many other sports related skills. Your child will have a blast playing games with the other children that may include: lacrosse, cricket, baseball, basketball, soccer, flag football, capture the flag, relay & obstacle races and a whole lot more. This camp will feature different activities so that your child will be familiar with a variety of athletic activities! Bring Water, snacks and full day campers bring a lunch. LOCATION: MCGARVEY FIELD Half Day 16.322 M-F 9am-12pm 6/16-6/20 $179/$159 Res Full Day 16.323 M-F 9am-3pm $229/$209 Res 6/16-6/20 LOCATION: MITCHELL FIELD SITE 9am-12pm 6/30-7/3 $152/ $132 Res McGarvey Half Day 16.324 M-F 9am-12pm 7/28-/81 $179/$159 Res 9am-12pm 7/28-8/1 $179/ $159 Res McGarvey Full Day 16.325 M-F 9am-3pm $229/$209 Res Summer 2014 Activity Guide 7/28-/81 Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Running & Track Camps SKYHAWKS TRACK & FIELD NEW Age 8-13 For more information, please visit www.skyhawks.com Skyhawks Sports Track & Field programs combine technical development, fundamental techniques and fun while introducing young athletes to many Olympic-style events. The exercises and drills are designed to prepare athletes for a future in cross-country, track and field events, and distance running, while inspiring a lifelong love for being active. The programs will teach fundamentals of body positioning, stride, proper stretching, and cool-down techniques. Track events include: middle distance, sprints, soft hurdles and relays. Field events include: javelin, shot put, discus, and the long jump. Participants will demonstrate their talent at the Skyhawks Sports track meet! Program is directed by a former helptathlete from the University of Virginia. All participants should bring appropriate clothing, snacks, water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen. Code Days Times Dates Fee Field 13.300 M-F 9am-12pm 7/21-7/25 $185 Carlmont HS Track 13.301 M-F 9am-12pm 8/4 - 8/8 $185 Sequoia HS Track 16.330 M-F 8am-12pm 7/21-7/25 $300 by April 1st $375 thereafter SKYHAWKS FLAG FOOTBALL Age 6-12 For more information, please visit www.skyhawks.com Skyhawks flag football is the perfect program for your young athletes who want a complete introduction to America’s Game or for those who simply want to brush up on their skills in preparation for league play. Through our ‘skill of the day’ campers will learn skills on both sides of the ball including the core componets of passing, catching, and de-flagging or defensive positioning -all presented in a fun & positive environment. The week ends with the Skyhawks Sports Bowl, giving participants a chance to showcase their skills on the gridiron! All participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. The participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 8:1. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, snacks, a water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen. $204 / $184 Resident Discount CODE DAYS TIMES DATES FIELD 13.377 M-F 9am-12pm 7/7-7/11 Sandpiper NEW “AIR ATTACK” FLAG FOOTBALL CAMP Age 7-13 with National Academy of Athletics www.nationalacademyofathletics.com Ready to play some football? Whether you are a beginner or advanced player, the drills taught by National Academy of Athletics at this camp will help you improve your game. Emphasis will be on proper conditioning and warm-ups, footwork drills, agility, passing, receiving, and game strategies. Campers are grouped by age and ability to learn appropriate drills, skills, and techniques. Bring Water, snacks and full day campers bring a lunch. Location: Hawes Field CAMP CODE DAY TIME DATE FEE Half Day 16.336 M-F 9am-12pm 8/4-8/8 $179/$159 Res Full Day 16.337 M-F 9am-3pm $229/$209 Res 8/4-8/8 SUMMER CAMP YOUTH RUNNING DAY CAMP Age 12-18 with Bay Area Running Camp - former Stanford Women’s Cross Country Coach Dena Evans, Crystal Springs Uplands School Cross Country / Track & Field Coach Albert Caruana, and Staff Join us for our fourth summer on the beautiful trails in Portola Valley. We’ll run in counselor-led small groups on soft surfaces, and hear from excellent clinicians about nutrition, injury prevention, running form, and much more! New Balance shoes are included with registration for all campers. Take a few days and get ready for your middle or high school season. Bay Area Running Camp - Next Year Begins Here! Location: Corte Madera School, 4575 Alpine Road, Portola Valley Flag Football Lacrosse Camp “RUN, PASS & SHOOT” LACROSSE CAMP “RSVP - RUN, SPEED, VERTICAL POWER” CAMP NEW Age 7-13 with National Academy of Athletics www.nationalacademyofathletics.com Developed as pre-season training camp for young athletes in all sports, this camp by National Academy of Athletics is designed to maximize your running form and improve your speed and power. More than just a week of running, this program will teach you the fundamental running techniques that will allow you to build your stamina, quickness and speed on the court or playing field. Great for boys and girls, this program includes fitness, strength and agility drills as well, all designed in a fun and competitive atmosphere. Come out and join our excellent coaching staff to not only get in shape, but walk away a faster more powerful athlete. $179 / $159 Resident Discount 16.311 M-F 9am-12pm 8/4-8/8 McGarvey 16.312 M-F 1-4pm McGarvey Register Online Today 8/11-8/15 Age 7-13 National Academy of Athletics www. NEW nationalacademyofathletics.com Run, Pass & Shoot Lacrosse camp by National Academy of Athletics was developed to help beginners through intermediate players improve their skill sets with exceptional instruction in all aspects of the game. We start from square one and focus on being fundamentally sound and technically correct. Campers are grouped by age and ability to learn basic skills such as passing, catching, dodging, and shooting, along with rules of the game and essential team concepts in a fun environment. No equipment is required-we will provide sticks for all and will play in a coed, non-contact manner. Bring Water, snacks and full day campers bring a lunch. Location: Mitchell Field, Red Morton Park Camp Code Day Time Date Fee Half Day 16.334 M-F 9am-12pm 6/23-6/27 $179/$159 Res Full Day 16.335 M-F 9am-3pm www.RedwoodCityCamps.org 6/23-6/27 $229/$209 Res 650.780.7311 49 Volleyball Camps SUMMER CAMP “BUMP, SET, SPIKE” VOLLEYBALL CAMP NEW VOLLEYBALL CAMP Age 6-13 with National Academy of Athletics www.nationalacademyofathletics.com The National Academy of Athletics coed volleyball camps offer beginner to intermediate players the opportunity to build a solid volleyball foundation. Each day is filled with fundamental skill progression drills, easy to understand instruction, as well as games & competition. Campers receive positive reinforcement throughout the day, to help build their confidence. This is a great place to develop their individual skills in a fun and positive environment. Campers bring water, snack and full day campers bring a lunch. Location: RMCC Gym Half Day 16.345 M-F 9am-12pm 7/7-7/11 $179/$159 Res Entering 4th-8th Grade with Woodside High School Volleyball Coaches Redwood City Parks & Recreation has partnered with Woodside High School to offer you an exciting volleyball camp this summer for boys and girls. Instruction in the basic fundamentals of passing, setting, hitting and overhand serving will be stressed for all grades. Camp instructors will be experienced, energetic and highly-motivated coaches. Players will have fun, while working hard in a positive environment and will leave each day a better volleyball player! Space is limited! Knee pads recommended. Scholarships Available! Contact Erin Niemeyer for more info. eniemeyer@ redwoodcity.org Registration Deadline, August 1, 2014. Location: RMCC GYM Full Day 16.346 M-F 9am-3pm $229/$209 Res $114/ $95 Resident Discount Camp Code Day Time Date 7/7-7/11 Fee Grades 4th-5th 46.302 M-F 9am-12pm 8/11-8/15 Tennis Camps Grades 6th-8th 46.303 M-F 1-4pm YOUTH TENNIS CAMPS MTA QUICKSTART TENNIS CAMP Age 5-14 Taught by the staff of Stanford Tennis Coach John Whitlinger and USPTA Professional Tom Sarsfield. Our popular tennis camps for novice to low intermediate players emphasizes stroke FUNdamentals with dynamic games and exciting drills. Each camp will have the appropriate court size and tennis balls for their age group. Two courts grouped by ability. Please sign up early! LOCATION: RMCC TENNIS COURTS #1 & #2 Age 4-10 with Phil McKenney & Staff McKenney Tennis Academy features an all-encompassing program designed for youth to learn to play tennis, refine their skills, and have a great time playing. MTA reinforces life lessons, such as hard work, effort and sportsmanship, with the principles of famed coach John Wooden’s Pyramid of Success. Instructors adhere to USTA-sanctioned QuickStart program using low-pressure balls and smaller courts appropriate to age and skill level. More advanced students play on full courts, increase conditioning and prepare for school or tournament play. Wear non-marking tennis shoes and suncreen. LOCATION: RMCC TENNIS COURTS 1/2 MONDAY - THURSDAY $110 / $92 Resident Discount TERRIFIC TINY TENNIS QUICKSTART TENNIS NOVICE TENNIS Age 5-7 Ages 8-10 Ages 10-14 INTERMEDIATE Ages 10-14 TENNIS 50 8/11-8/15 13.358 10-11:20am 7/7-7/10 13.359 10-11:20am 7/21-7/24 13.360 10am-12:00pm 6/30-7/3 13.361 10am-12:00pm 7/14-7/17 13.362 10am-12:00pm 7/28-7/31 13.363 10am-12:00pm 6/16-6/19 13.364 10am-12:00pm 8/4-8/7 13.365 10am-12:00pm 6/23-6/26 13.366 10am-12:00pm 8/11-8/14 Summer 2014 Activity Guide $140 /$120 Resident Discount Age 4-6 16.316 M-F 8:30-9:30am 6/9-6/13 $240 /$220 Resident Discount Age 7-10 16.317 M-F 10am-12pm 6/9-6/13 Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Golf Camps JUNIOR GOLF CAMP Age 5-14yrs with Emerald Hills Golf Staff Camp starts at 9:00 but you can drop off as early as 8:45! Orientation will be on Monday at 9:00am, and this is an opportunity for us to get to know the campers and for the campers to learn camp rules and expectations and meet their counselors. Throughout the camp they will be taught the skills of putting, chipping, bunker shots, driving and midrange game. We will take them into our driving range where they will be able to fine tune their swings. We believe the best way for young golfers to learn is by allowing them to play on a real golf course, as opposed to just a driving range. At the same time we can also teach them golf etiquette which is very important to use on a golf course. Hot Lunch is served daily for all campers and snacks will be provided at aftercare. Bring your own equipment or rent clubs at Emerald Hills Golf Course. FEE: $204 / $184 Resident Discount Any Questions please call or email Emerald Hills Golf Course at 650.368.7820 or firstname.lastname@example.org Code Days Times Dates Location 13.370 M-F 9am-12pm 7/14-7/18 Sandpiper NOW HIRING FOR $UMMER APPLY ONLINE: WWW.REDWOODCITY.ORG/PARKS CAMP LEADERS: Redwood City Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is looking for positive and motivated individuals! If you are 16 years and older and looking to work with youth in some summer programs then this is for you. Our summer programs include: School Site Programs, Summer Camps, Day Camps, Aquatics and Teen Programs. Salaries range from $8.50 - $14.75 an hour. Applications are available now! Pick one up at Red Morton Community Center, 1120 Roosevelt Avenue. Summer training will begin on June 18. Don’t miss out on making new friends, money and memories for the summer of 2014! For more information call the Red Morton front desk at (650) 780-7311. LIFEGUARDS & SWIM INSTRUCTORS Are you interested in becoming a lifeguard? We may have opportunities for you! You must be a certified lifeguard (have a Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Card prior to working) and be at least 16 years old. Pay is very competitive and the work environment very fun, challenging and rewarding. Spend your summer outdoors, teach kids how to swim, and be a role model for the community. For more information on becoming a lifeguard for Redwood City, please call Eric Newby at (650) 780-7317 or email@example.com. AFTER CARE 12:30-5PM: During this time, your child can continue to golf with an instructor, swim in the pool (Certified Lifeguards on Duty), or there are other relaxing golf games for them to play. Location: Emerald Hills Golf Course, 938 Wilmington Way Redwood City, California 94062 Dates Golf Camp 9am-12:30pm $295 After Care 12:30-5pm $245 6/9-6/13 16.369 16.381 6/16-6/20 16.370 16.382 6/23-6/27 16.371 16.383 6/30-7/3 no 7/4 16.372 $275 16.384 $230 7/7-7/11 16.373 16.385 7/14-7/18 16.374 16.386 7/21-7/25 16.375 16.387 7/28-8/1 16.376 16.388 8/4-8/8 16.377 16.389 8/11-8/15 16.378 16.390 8/18-8/22 16.379 16.391 8/25-8/29 16.380 16.392 SUMMER CAMP SKYHAWKS BEGINNING GOLF Age 5-9 For more information, please visit www.skyhawks.com Skyhawks Golf focuses on building the confidence of young athletes through proper technique and refining the essential skills of the game. As we know, golf is a challenging and lifelong sport, so young athletes need proper focus on the fundamentals of form, swinging, putting, and body positioning. To assist in this training, Skyhawks has adopted the SNAG (Starting New At Golf) system to its curriculum. Developed by PGA professionals, SNAG is specifically designed for the entry-level player; SNAG simplifies instruction so that young players can make an easy & effective transition onto the golf course. No need to bring your own clubs, all equipment is provided. For safety reasons, we use special helmets for all campers and keep the instructor to camper ratio low, resulting in maximum instruction time. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, snacks, a water bottle, running shoes and sunscreen. All participants receive a t-shirt and a merit award. the participant-to-coach ratio is approximately 8:1. Need to get certified? Go to www.bayarearedcross.com and look under “Lifeguard Certification” courses for local classes. Register Online Today www.RedwoodCityCamps.org 650.780.7311 51 SUMMER ADVENTURE WEEKS pick-ups from RMCC & SCC Age 12-15 Come join us on a variety of exciting teen adventure trips throughout the summer. Teen Adventure Weeks geared toward teens that have completed the 6th grade through the 10th grade. Each trip will begin and end at the Red Morton Community Center. Most trips will depart at 10:00am and return by 5:00pm. Check-in will begin at 9:00am inside the Teen Center at Red Morton. We will have a shuttle pick up at Sandpiper Community Center at 9:30am and a 4:30pm drop off for Redwood Shores Residents. All over night trips will consist of a “Meet the Staff Night” at the Red Morton Community Center at 7:00pm on the Tuesday the week before the trip. We have a fun and exciting summer all planned out and we hope to spend it with you! SUMMER CAMP Wk 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 52 Code 41.311 41.312 Days & Times M-F 10am-5pm M- F 10am-5pm 41.313 M-F 10am-5pm 41.314 M-F Overnight Wed-Fri Return @ 5pm, Fri 41.315 41.316 41.317 M-F 10am-5pm M-F 10am-5pm M-F 10am-5pm Summer 2014 Activity Guide Date Trips Fee 6/23-6/27 Monday: Great America Tuesday: Raging Water Wednesday: Giants Game (Giants vs Padres) Thursday: Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Friday: Sky High & Movie $360/ $340 Resident Discount Monday: Rock & Jump/ Laser Tag Tuesday: Six Flags Marine World Wednesday: Strikes Bowling/ Movie Thursday: Alameda County Fair Friday, July 4: HOLIDAY (No Camp) $275/ $255 Resident Discount 7/7-7/11 Monday: Rocket Boat Adventure/Pier 39 Tuesday: Waterworld Wednesday: Monterey Aquarium & Warf Thursday: Bay Series (Giants vs A’s) Friday: Santa Cruz Beach BBQ $355/ $335 Resident Discount 7/14-7/18 Monday: Great America Tuesday: Boomers Gaming Park Wednesday: Loon Lake Camping Trip (Overnight) Thursday: Loon Lake Camping Trip (Overnight) Friday: Loon Lake Camping Trip (Return) $360/ $340 Resident Discount 7/21-7/25 Monday: Santa Cruz Boardwalk Tuesday:Ripley’s Believe it or Not & Fisherman Warf Wednesday: Lake Delvalle BBQ Thursday: Bass Tub Bay Fishing Trip (6am departure) Friday: San Jose Flea Market/Movie $365/ $345 Resident Discount 7/28-8/1 Monday: Alcatraz Tour & Pier 39 Tuesday: Six Flags Marine World Wednesday: Rock & Jump/Movie Thursday: Jungle Paintball Adventure & Pizza Friday: Santa Clara County Fair $375/ $355 Resident Discount 8/4-8/8 Monday: Great America Tuesday: Raging Waters Wednesday: A’s Game (A’s vs Tampa Bay) Thursday: Mystery Spot & Nickel City Friday:Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk $345/ $325 Resident Discount 6/30-7/3 no 7/4 Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Leadership in Training (L.I.T.) • Sports Activities • Field Trips • Arts & Crafts • Leadership Workshops • Team Building & Personal Skills Training • Plus a lot of Fun! A certificate of completion will be given to all participants at L.I.T. Appreciation Event. The Leadership in Training program will be broken up into four two week sessions, each at $75 per session. Applications must be picked up at the Red Morton Community Center, located at 1120 Roosevelt Avenue after April 1, 2014. Applications are due by 5:00pm, April 25, 2014 and interviews will be held from June 3rd through June 14th. This is a competitive process. All applicants must provide a written application and the most qualified will be asked to interview for the available positions. A mandatory training will be held 6/19 & 6/20. (No program on July 4, 2014) Half Day & Full Day Options Available Each Week 9am-12pm or 9am-3pm Dates Code Fee Session 1 6/23-7/3 no 7/4 41.320 $95/ $75 Resident Session 2 7/7-7/18 41.321 $95/ $75 Resident Session 3 7/21-8/1 41.322 $95/ $75 Resident Session 4 8/4-8/15 41.323 $95/ $75 Resident Register Online Today Age 12-15 This hands-on training for age 1215 year olds will provide real job experience in Redwood City’s Aquatics Programs. Applicants must have prior swim experience and have an interest in working with young children. Throughout the summer you will… • Participate in Team Building and Personal Skills Training • Work with the Redwood City Lifeguard team • Assist with Swim Lessons along side a Certified Lifeguard • Gain valuable Lifeguard Experience • Learn about rescue equipment, techniques, and water safety • Assist in Pool Maintenance & Facility Cleaning • Have a lot of Fun! The program will be broken up into (4) two-week sessions. Junior Lifeguards will receive a staff T-Shirt and Jr. Lifeguard hat. Junior Lifeguards must provide their own swimsuit; girls should wear a solid blue or black athletic one-piece, and boys should wear blue or black swim trunks. Please sign up early as spaces are limited. Jr. Guards can work in the mornings or afternoons depending on their individual preference. SUMMER CAMP Age 13-15 Interested in gaining professional experience while working handson in a summer camp setting? The Leader in Training (LIT) Program gives teens the opportunity to develop important job skills and prepare for future employment through training, hands-on experiences, and evaluation. Learn useful leadership skills, get hands on training with young children, and meet interesting new people. Please note: There are limited spaces available and although camp preferences are taken into consideration, site placement will be assigned by L.I.T directors. Throughout the summer there will be: Junior Lifeguard Program Mandatory meeting for all Jr. Lifeguards on June 22, 2014, 9am1pm. Junior Lifeguards will receive a staff t-shirt and Jr. Lifeguard hat. Please sign up as early as possible as spaces are limited. For more information, please contact Eric Newby at (650) 780-7317 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Session Time 6/23-7/3 9am-12pm 61.390* no 7/4 $155/$135 Resident 6/23-7/3 3-6pm $140/$120 Resident 7/7-7/18 9am-12pm 61.392 $170/$150 Resident 7/7-7/18 3-6pm $155/$135 Resident 7/21-8/1 9am-12pm 61.394 $170/$150 Resident 7/21-8/1 3-6pm 61.395 $170/$150 Resident 8/4-8/15 9am-12pm 61.396 $170/$150 Resident 8/4-8/15 3-6pm $170/$150 Resident www.RedwoodCityCamps.org Code 61.391* no 6/26, 7/4 61.393* no 7/8 61.397 650.780.7311 Fee 53 Swim With the Sharks! J O IN THE R EDWOOD CITY SWIM TEAM SUMMER SWIM LEAGUE 2013 (West Bay Swim League) Ages: 5-18 AQUATICS Skill level: Novice* - Advanced Swim team practices are Monday through Friday evenings at Herkner Pool with competitive swim meets once a week. This season starts May 27, 2014 and ends with the championship meet and end of swim-season celebration on July 26, 2014. Freestyle, Backstroke, Breaststroke and Butterfly strokes will be taught along with diving, flip turns and swimming sportsmanship. * Novice swimmers must be able to swim one lap without stopping prior to joining the team. Our team is a good introduction to competitive swimming. Your child need not be a Redwood City Park & Rec “Shark Level” swimmer to be on the team. For more information visit www.rwcswim. com or call Lori Palfreeman (650) 439-7524, email: email@example.com GOOD. CLEAN. FUN. 54 SUMMER CAMPS 2014 SID HERKNER SWIMMING POOL schedule subject to change, call 780-7311 for updates 1315 Madison Ave, Red Morton Park, Redwood City Season: June 16 - August 15 ADULT LAP SWIM: Monday-Friday 7-8:30am Monday-Saturday 12-1pm RECREATION SWIM: Monday-Friday 1:15-3pm Saturday 1:15-4pm FEES: Age 17 & under $3 18-59 $5 60 & over $3 DROP-IN BABY POOL HOURS (Parent / Child ages 6mos to 5yrs) Monday-Saturday 12:00-12:45pm June 16 through August 15 $2.00 (per parent/child) drop-in $1 per additional child (MAXIMUM: 3 children per adult) This block of time is a chance for parents to swim and assist their child in the baby pool, with a lifeguard provided from the pool deck. Parents must be in the pool with the child at all times. This is not a class, but a dedicated time where young children can become adjusted to the water in a more relaxed atmosphere. SWIM DIAPERS ARE MANDATORY for non potty-trained children. Location: Herkner Pool REDWOOD CITY PARKS, RECREATION & COMMUNITY SERVICES Little Swimmers TADPOLES Age 6mos-3yrs (parent/tot) This class will include water adjustment for parent and child. Fun is emphasized through games and songs so child learns to enjoy water. Basic skills will be introduced such as water entries and exits, floats, glides, arm and leg movements, and water safety. One parent - one child ratio, please. Parent must be in the water with the child. SWIM DIAPERS ARE MANDATORY for non potty-trained children. Location: Herkner Pool $72/ $60 Resident Discount 60.306 M/W 5-5:30pm 6/23-7/9 3 weeks 60.304 T/Th 5-5:30pm 6/24-7/17 3 weeks no 6/26, 7/8 60.305 T/Th 5-5:30pm 7/22-8/7 3 weeks 60.307 Sa 10:20-10:50am 6/28-8/9 6 weeks no 7/5 60.308 Sa 10:55-11:25am 6/28-8/9 6 weeks no 7/5 TURTLES (PRE-LESSON) Classes are Mon-Fri Session 1 6/23-7/3 Session 2 7/7-7/18 *$107/$90 Res 9 classes $120/$100 Res 10 classes **$96/ $80 Res 8 classes *$107/ $90 Res 9 classes Session 3 7/21-8/1 Session 4 8/4-8/15 $120/ $100 Res 10 classes $120/ $100 Res 10 classes 9:30-10am 60.310*no 7/4 60.318 60.326 60.334 10:05-10:35am 60.311*no 7/4 60.319 60.327 60.335 10:40-11:10am 60.312*no 7/4 60.320 60.328 60.336 11:15-11:45am 60.313*no 7/4 60.321 60.329 60.337 3:15-3:45pm 60.314**no 6/26, 7/4 60.322*no 7/8 60.330 60.338 3:50-4:20pm 60.315**no 6/26, 7/4 60.323*no 7/8 60.331 60.339 4:25-4:55pm 60.316**no 6/26, 7/4 60.324*no 7/8 60.332 60.340 5-5:30pm 60.317**no 6/26, 7/4 60.325*no 7/8 60.333 60.341 AQUATICS Age 3-4 years or 32â€? tall A course designed to introduce small children to the water, (who have little or no water exposure), and are not yet ready for a structured swim lesson. Fun is emphasized in this class with games and songs, water safety, swimming readiness skills, and participant socialization. This class will not teach a child to swim, but will provide them with a positive attitude about the water. Child will learn to submerge face. SWIM DIAPERS ARE MANDATORY for non potty-trained children. Location: Herkner Pool REDWOOD CITY COMMUNITY THEATRE Announces This Summerâ€™s Musical 9 to 5 the Musical Performance Dates: August 15, 16, 17 and 22, 23, 24 For all show and audition details please visit our website www.rwctheatre.org REGISTER ONLINE TODAY WWW.REDWOODCITYCAMPS.ORG 650.780.7311 55 Summer Swim Lessons AQUATIC REGISTRATION PROCEDURE Age 4-15 You can register up to FOUR Sessions (1 class per session) per child during registration. Each session of youth lessons meets 10 times, Monday through Friday, for two weeks (with the exception of a few classes in Sessions 1 and 2). NO REGISTRATIONS WILL BE TAKEN AT THE POOLS!! Parents should only register their own child/ children. Please note that we will be having a Parent –Tot class on Saturdays, and this class will meet for seven Saturdays for half hour lessons. Closed for Swim Meets on 6/26 & 7/8 for PM classes only. No 7/4. JELLYFISH - LEVEL 1: A course designed to introduce small children to a structured lesson. Fun is emphasized in this class with games and songs, water safety, swimming readiness skills, and participant socialization. This class will provide children with a positive attitude about the water. Child will learn to submerge face, front & back glides and prepare them to swim indefinitely. GUPPIES - LEVEL 2A: Primary Skills Child learns front and back floats, gliding, kicking on front and back, introduction to front crawl (freestyle) stroke, side breathing, supported kicking, and water safety skills in the baby pool. GUPPIES - LEVEL 2B: Continuation This course is designed for students who are ready for the big pool, swimming 15 yards across. Side breathing, and repeat skills with intro to unsupported back swimming. OTTERS - LEVEL 3: Stroke Readiness. Refine crawl stroke, and practice proper breath control. Endurance, rhythmic breathing, introduction to elementary backstroke (supported back only), diving from the side of the pool, and water safety skills. Child must be able to swim on their own. AQUATICS SEA LIONS - LEVEL 4: Stroke Development. Endurance, elementary back and side stroke, proper breath control, treading water, turns, introduction to diving off a diving board and water safety skills. PORPOISE - LEVEL 5: Stroke and Skill Refinement. Endurance, alternate breathing, introduction to butterfly kick, breast stroke, diving from the diving board and improvements on all skills and strokes listed above. Water safety skills are reinforced as well. SHARKS - LEVEL 6: Stroke and Skill Proficiency. Refinement of all strokes, endurance, butterfly, treading water, breast stroke and side stroke turns, front crawl flip turns, diving from the diving board, and all water safety skills. PRIVATE LESSONS & ADULTS For those looking for individual attention, we offer private lessons. Please contact the pool manager during the summer to schedule one of these wonderful sessions. Private lessons fees are, $75 for three, 30 minute lessons. You may request your favorite lifeguard as an instructor. Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 6/23-7/3 $107/$90 Resident • 9cl 7/7-7/18 $120/$100 Resident • 10cl *$96/$80 Resident • 8cl *$107/$90 Resident • 9cl 7/21-8/1 $120/$100 Resident 10 classes 8/4-8/15 $120/$100 Resident 10 classes 9:30-10:00am 61.301 no 7/4 62.301 63.301 64.301 10:05-10:35am 61.302 no 7/4 62.302 63.302 64.302 10:40-11:10am 61.303 no 7/4 62.303 63.303 64.303 11:15-11:45am 61.304 no 7/4 62.304 63.304 64.304 3:15-3:45pm 61.305* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.305* no 7/8 63.305 64.305 3:50-4:20pm 61.306* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.306* no 7/8 63.306 64.306 5:00-5:30pm 61.307* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.307* no 7/8 63.307 64.307 5:35-6:05pm 61.308* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.308* no 7/8 63.308 64.308 9:30-10:00am 61.309 no 7/4 62.309 63.309 64.309 10:05-10:35am 61.310 no 7/4 62.310 63.310 64.310 10:40-11:10am 61.311 no 7/4 62.311 63.311 64.311 11:15-11:45am 61.312 no 7/4 62.312 63.312 64.312 3:15-3:45pm 61.313* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.313* no 7/8 63.313 64.313 3:50-4:20pm 61.314* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.314* no 7/8 63.314 64.314 4:25-4:55pm 61.315* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.315* no 7/8 63.315 64.315 5:00-5:30pm 61.316* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.316* no 7/8 63.316 64.316 5:35-6:05pm 61.317* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.317* no 7/8 63.317 64.317 Guppies 2A Jellyfish Classes at Herkner Pool 56 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 6/23-7/3 $107/$90 Resident • 9cl 7/7-7/18 $120/$100 Resident • 10cl *$96/$80 Resident • 8cl *$107/$90 Resident • 9cl 7/21-8/1 $120/$100 Resident 10 classes 8/4-8/15 $120/$100 Resident 10 classes 9:30-10:00am 61.318 no 7/4 62.318 63.318 64.318 10:05-10:35am 61.319 no 7/4 62.319 63.319 64.319 10:40-11:10am 61.320 no 7/4 62.320 63.320 64.320 11:15-11:45am 61.321 no 7/4 62.321 63.321 64.321 3:15-3:45pm 61.322* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.322 no 7/8 63.322 64.322 3:50-4:20pm 61.323* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.323 no 7/8 63.323 64.323 4:25-4:55pm 61.324* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.324 no 7/8 63.324 64.324 9:30-10:00am 61.325 no 7/4 62.325 63.325 64.325 10:05-10:35am 61.326 no 7/4 62.326 63.326 64.326 10:40-11:10am 61.327 no 7/4 62.327 63.327 64.327 11:15-11:45am 61.328 no 7/4 62.328 63.328 64.328 3:15-3:45pm 61.329* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.329 no 7/8 63.329 64.329 3:50-4:20pm 61.330* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.330 no 7/8 63.330 64.330 4:25-4:55pm 61.331* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.331 no 7/8 63.331 64.331 9:30-10:00am 61.332 no 7/4 62.332 63.332 64.332 10:05-10:35am 61.333 no 7/4 62.333 63.333 64.333 10:40-11:10am 61.334 no 7/4 62.334 63.334 64.334 11:15-11:45am 61.335 no 7/4 62.335 63.335 64.335 3:15-3:45pm 61.336* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.336 no 7/8 63.336 64.336 3:50-4:20pm 61.337* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.337 no 7/8 63.337 64.337 4:25-4:55pm 61.338* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.338 no 7/8 63.338 64.338 5:00-5:30pm 61.339* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.339 no 7/8 63.339 64.339 9:30-10:00am 61.340 no 7/4 62.340 63.340 64.340 10:05-10:35am 61.341 no 7/4 62.341 63.341 64.341 10:40-11:10am 61.342 no 7/4 62.342 63.342 64.342 11:15-11:45am 61.343 no 7/4 62.343 63.343 64.343 3:15-3:45pm 61.344* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.344 no 7/8 63.344 64.344 3:50-4:20pm 61.345* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.345 no 7/8 63.345 64.345 4:25-4:55pm 61.346* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.346 no 7/8 63.346 64.346 5:00-5:30pm 61.347* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.347 no 7/8 63.347 64.347 9:30-10:00am 61.348 no 7/4 62.348 63.348 64.348 10:05-10:35am 61.349 no 7/4 62.349 63.349 64.349 10:40-11:10am 61.350 no 7/4 62.350 63.350 64.350 11:15-11:45am 61.351 no 7/4 62.351 63.351 64.351 3:15-3:45pm 61.352* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.352 no 7/8 63.352 64.352 3:50-4:20pm 61.353* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.353 no 7/8 63.353 64.353 4:25-4:55pm 61.354* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.354 no 7/8 63.354 64.354 5:00-5:30pm 61.355* no 6/26 & 7/4 62.355 no 7/8 63.355 64.355 Guppies 2B Otters Sea Lions Porpoise Sharks REGISTER ONLINE TODAY WWW.REDWOODCITYCAMPS.ORG 650.780.7311 AQUATICS Session 1 Classes at Herkner Pool 57 Arts and Crafts KNIT AND CROCHET with Marilyn Hung, yarn addict and instructor SWEATER DESIGN FOR KNITTERS AND CROCHETERS This Advanced Beginner/Intermediate level class will teach you how to crochet or knit a sweater without a pattern, using accurate body measurements and gauge swatches. Lab Fee: $25 payable at 1st class. $60 / $51 Resident Discount CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS SITE 21.224 Tu 7-8:30pm 6/10-7/8 5 RMCC INTERMEDIATE SWEATER DESIGN FOR CROCHETERS AND KNITTERS This Intermediate level class will teach you everything you need to know to knit or crochet a jacket using a pattern: shaping (increases and decreases), button-holes and button bands, setting-in sleeves, plus intermediate pattern-reading skills, and finishing techniques to achieve that “handmade”, not “home-made” look. Lab Fee: $25 payable at 1st class. $60 / $51 Resident Discount CODE DAY 21.225 Tu TIME 7-8:30pm DATE WEEKS 7/15-8/12 5 SITE RMCC $60 / $51 Resident Discount CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS SITE 21.227 W 7-8:30pm 6/4-7/2 5 RMCC CROCHET FOR ADVANCED BEGINNERS ADVANCED SWEATER DESIGN FOR CROCHETERS AND KNITTERS For Intermediate and Experienced Knitters and Crocheters. Class participants will choose their own project, with the help of the instructor, and provide their own materials. Instruction is on an individual basis. Lab Fee: $25 payable at 1st class. $78 / $66 Resident Discount ADULTS CROCHET FOR BEGINNERS This class teaches the basics: chain stitch, single and double crochet, pattern reading skills, amigurumi, and more! Lab Fee: $25 payable at 1st class. CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS SITE 21.226 Tu 7:30-8:30pm 6/3-7/29 9 RMCC Building on the skills learned in Crochet for Beginners, we shall explore decorative stitches and motifs, as well as variations on the ever-popular granny square, plus edgings and appliqués to add distinctive finishing touches to your crochet and knit projects. Lab Fee: $25 payable at 1st class. $60 / $51 Resident Discount CODE DAY 21.228 W Language FRENCH GRAMMAR & CONVERSATION Age 16+ with Hope Izabelle, a gifted instructor who had lived in France for over 15 years and has tutored all levels of French. Completely bilingual, she gives students the savoir-faire to understand French in a fun and rewarding way. FRENCH GRAMMAR & CONVERSATION FOR BEGINNERS Age 16+ French language and grammar the easy way, covering grammar fundamentals, as well as learning to speak & communicate in basic French! During these classes, we will cover gender, nouns, verbs, adjectives, and more, as well as to explore the French language and culture through interactive games and specific learning techniques. You’ll be speaking and understanding everyday French in no time! Please bring a notebook and pen to class and be prepared to take notes. TIME DATE WEEKS SITE 7-8:30pm 7/9-8/6 5 RMCC SPANISH 1 & 2 BEGINNING & INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED Age 15+ with Juliet Gomez Come and learn Spanish and learn about art and culture from Latin America and Spain in this fun class! The first session of Spanish 1 will cover basic conversation and basic grammar structures. We will continue with more conversation and grammar with the second session of Spanish 1A. Spanish 2 is a class where you can practice your Spanish and learn more advanced grammar. Please bring pen/pencil and a notebook or binder for notes. The book “Easy Spanish Step by Step” by Barbara Bregstein ISBN: 0071463380 Location: RMCC $114 / $96 Resident Discount CLASS CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS BEG 27.201 W 6:30-7:30pm 7/2-8/6 6 INT/ADV 27.202 W 7:35-8:35pm 7/2-8/6 6 $93 / $78 Resident Discount 58 CODE DAY 27.205 W TIME DATE 8:20-9:20pm 7/16-8/27 Summer 2014 Activity Guide WEEKS SITE SKIP 6 CAB 7/30 Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Music PRIVATE SINGING LESSONS Age 9 - Adult with the staff at The Latimerlo Studio, successfully creating great singers since 1998! Private singing lessons are the key to singing with a powerful, beautiful voice. Let the staff at the Latimerlo Studio take you to the next level! Be sure to impress at your next audition and performance. Lab Fee: $20 payable to instructor at 1st class for Book & CD. Location: CAB $211 / $191 Resident Discount Day Time 6/9-6/30 7/7-7/28 M 2:15-3pm 18.275 18.280 M 3-3:45pm 18.276 18.281 M 3:45-4:30pm 18.277 18.282 M 4:30-5:15pm 18.278 18.283 M 5:15-6pm 18.279 18.284 RHYTHM & AFRICAN PERCUSSION BEGINNING & INTERMEDIATE Age 16+ with Hope Izabelle, a gifted percussion teacher and drum circle facilitator who has studied with many West African drum masters. HARMONICA BASICS with Dr. P.A. Moore The harmonica is small, convenient and easy to learn using a number system. No need to read music chords. We’ll learn healthy breathing, play some simple songs, and be on our way to a fun new hobby. Students may purchase a “C” harmonica for $10 NO REFUNDS 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS START DATE. $46 / $41 Resident Discount DAY TIME DATE WEEKS SITE Th 7:00-9:00pm 6/12 2 hours RMCC UKULELE FOR BEGINNERS with Dr. P.A. Moore The uke is easy to learn and fun to play! This workshop will give you some basic chords and simple songs to jump start your new hobby. Music provided, bring your Ukulele if you have one, or some loaner ukes will be available. NO REFUNDS 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS START DATE. $46 / $41 Resident Discount CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS SITE 22.251 Tu 7:00-9:00pm 6/10 2 hours CAB Register Online Today INTERMEDIATE: Prereq: Knowledge of the gundun-godo-pata method of hand drumming or equivalent. This class is designed for students who have some experience on hand drums to dig deeper into understanding the rhythms that surrounds them, and to integrate them into their lives, while learning to lead as well as to work as a team. Along with games, stories and music, lessons will cover specific rhythms, as well as measure, tempo, solo techniques, West African culture and much more. Drums provided. ADULTS CODE 25.252 BEGINNING: These fun and rewarding classes are designed for students to discover the rhythm that surrounds them, and to integrate it into their lives, by learning to lead as well as to work together as a team. Through games and music, students will be introduced to basic rhythmic & percussive techniques, including measure, tempo, Call & Response, the Rumble, the Pulse/Beat, many aspects of the rich culture of West Africa and much more. Drums provided. Contact the instructor with questions for these classes at firstname.lastname@example.org $94 / $79 Resident Discount • No class 7/30 CLASS CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS SITE Beg 22.249 W 6:00-7:00pm 7/16-8/27 6 CAB Int 22.250 W 7:00-8:00pm 7/16-8/27 6 CAB www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks 650.780.7311 59 Computers About Lynn Pesonen Lynn Pesonen has been teaching in the Bay Area since 1996 helping thousands to learn valuable computer skills to be used at work and/or at home by offering quality training in a friendly, relaxed and professional environment while understanding the importance of clear, accurate and patient instruction. COMPUTER CLASS FACTS - PLEASE READ ADULTS CLASS • The instructor, Lynn Pesonen will hand out a take-home class manual and will collect a Lab Fee at class (see listing for amount). • NO REFUNDS 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS START DATE. • Bring your own laptop if you’d prefer, otherwise laptops will be provided with two persons per computer. • All classes will be held at the CAB CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS FEE LAB FEE Windows, Excel, Word 20.201 M 6:30-8:30pm 6/9-6/23 3 $131 /$111 Resident Discount $30 Microsoft Excel Next Step 20.202 M 6:30-8:30pm 6/30 1 $57 /$48 Resident Discount $20 Photos & Photoshop Elements 20.203 M 6:30-8:30pm 7/14-7/21 2 $100/ $84 Resident Discount $30 Microsoft Powerpoint 20.204 M 6:30-8:30pm 7/28 1 $57 /$48 Resident Discount $20 Microsoft Publisher 20.205 M 6:30-8:30pm 8/4 1 $57 /$48 Resident Discount $20 Microsoft Outlook 20.206 M 6:30-8:30pm 8/11 1 $57 /$48 Resident Discount $20 Microsoft Word- Mail Merge 20.207 M 6:30-8:30pm 8/18 1 $57 /$48 Resident Discount $20 HANDS-ON BEGINNING COMPUTER CLASS WINDOWS, EXCEL, WORD HANDS-ON MICROSOFT PUBLISHER If you don’t know them, you need to. Even if you think you do, you probably need to re-familiarize yourself with the basics of Word & Excel as we move to Cloud based computing. This class will help you stay current and help you apply your new knowledge immediately. 3 weeks HANDS-ON MICROSOFT EXCEL - NEXT STEP Cut your work time in half! Learn the tricks you need to keep pace in today’s fast computer-based world. You may know how to work with Excel, but do you know how to make it work for you. Auto-fill data, create and use formulas and format print ready spreadsheets and charts. 1 week. HANDS-ON DIGITAL PHOTOS & PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS Tired of paying someone else to create your publications? Create your own flyers, brochures, newsletters, invitations and more! Don’t start with a blank piece of paper, modify a pre-designed format to use your creativity to produce the design and content exactly as you want it. With the skills you learn you’ll create impressive material. 1 week. HANDS-ON MICROSOFT OUTLOOK Everyone works on Outlook, learn how to make it work for you! Set up your Calendar for Reminders and a quick glance of your daily tasks. Schedule it once and plan ahead for those recurring appointments; learn to manage your To-Do List; set up an address book and learn to sync it your devices. 1 week. HANDS-ON MICROSOFT WORD – MAIL MERGE You have digital photos you’ve taken, now what? Learn how to upload, organize and how to edit your pictures with PhotoShop Elements. The concepts you learn will allow you to enhance and preserve great photos. 2 weeks Have you ever needed to send the same letter to multiple recipients or print envelopes or labels to a group of people? Then learn the power of Mail Merge in 6 easy steps. You can create a name and address list to merge the list to print onto letters, labels and envelopes so each is personalized. 1 week. HANDS-ON MICROSOFT POWERPOINT Impress your audience! Design, enhance and conduct dynamic presentations as a powerful means of communication. You’ll learn how to work with design formats, bulleted lists, pictures, objects and apply animation effects to enhance the visual appeal of your presentations. 1 week. 60 Summer 2014 Activity Guide Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Baking and Decorating BAKING & DECORATING WITH PINK POSY www.pinkposy.com Classes taught by Chef/Owner of Pink Posy Pink Posy is a premier cake studio located in Redwood City specializing in custom wedding cakes, celebration cakes, cupcakes and cookies for all occasions. Our Cake Chef enjoys teaching her skills and knowledge with beginning and intermediate students on the fundamentals of baking and cake decorating. A graduate of the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco, she continues to study under worldrenowned cake chefs and sugar flower artists from around the globe. PARTY FAVOR COOKIES NEW Age 14+ Create your own party favor cookies! In this class, you will learn piping techniques and how to perfectly ice and decorate these delectable sugar cookies with royal icing. Take home your decorated cookies. All supplies are provided. Materials Fee: $7 payable to Pink Posy. 28.211 M 6:30-9:00pm 6/2 $77/ $65 Resident CAB CUPCAKE DECORATING NEW 28.212 M 6:30-9:00pm 6/9 $77/ $65 Resident CAB 28.213 M 6:30-9:00pm 7/7 $77/ $65 Resident CAB 28.216 GIFT BOX CAKE NEW 28.214 M 6:30-9:00pm 6/23 $89/ $75 Resident CAB Age 14+ Create a basket of home-baked croissants and chocolate croissants (pains au chocolate) at home! This hands-on class will teach you the art and techniques for making layered dough, rolling, shaping and baking these quintessential French pastries. Take home your freshly baked croissants. Recipes provided will include sweet and savory fillings. Materials Fee: $10 payable to Pink Posy. 28.215 M 6:30-9:00pm Register Online Today 6/30 $77/ $65 Resident CAB 7/14 $77/ $65 Resident CAB BUTTERCREAM BASICS M 6:30-9:00pm 7/21 $89/ $75 Resident CAB FRENCH MACARONS Age 14+ Delicate, crispy and chewy, there’s nothing like a French Macaron. Learn how to make these popular cream-filled cookies to perfection. This hands-on class will cover the techniques for whipping meringue, folding batter and piping perfectly shaped shells. The skills you learn will allow you to make all types of flavor combinations! Materials Fee: $7 payable to Pink Posy. 28.218 CROISSANTS AT HOME NEW 6:30-9:00pm Age 14+ Create a scrumptious buttercream party cake perfect for any occasion. In this class, you will learn how to cut, level, fill, stack, crumb-coat, ice and decorate a real cake. Take this elegant cake home after class. All supplies are provided. Materials Fee: $15 payable to Pink Posy. 28.217 Age 14+ In this class we will show you how to create the ever popular Tiffany inspired gift box cake. Working with fondant, you will learn how to color and cover a real cake and apply various decorative techniques. We will also show you how to cover your cake board in fondant for a clean and pretty finish. All supplies are provided. Materials Fee: $15 payable to Pink Posy. M ADULTS Age 14+ June 9: Learn to make these adorable cupcakes perfect for baby showers, New Baby celebrations and Christenings. We’ll use various techniques and decorator tools to allow you to personalize these cupcakes to match any occasion. Take home 12 of your adorable designs along with recipes used in class. July 7: Using various decorative techniques, you will learn how to make the prettiest vintage cupcakes. These beautiful fondant covered cupcakes will be adorned with sugar flowers, edible bows and pearls. Take your cupcakes home. All supplies are provided. Materials Fee: $10 payable to Pink Posy. PIZZA AT HOME NEW Age 14+ Create delicious gourmet pizzas at home! This fun class will teach you how to make perfect pizza dough, easy all natural sauces and flavorful topping combinations. We will have a pizza tasting and afterwards take home your baked creations. Materials Fee: $10 payable to Pink Posy. M 6:30-9:00pm 8/4 $77/ $65 Resident CAB SUGAR FLOWER ROSES AND HYDRANGEAS NEW Age 14+ Learn to make Pink Posy’s beautiful sugar roses and hydrangeas to adorn your cakes. In this class you will handcraft flower petals and leaves and learn to wire, dust with color and steam your flowers for a lifelike finish. All supplies are provided Materials Fee: $15 payable to Pink Posy. 28.219 M 6:30-8:30pm 8/18 $89/ $75 Resident www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks 650.780.7311 CAB 61 Culinary CUISINES OF THE WORLD WORKSHOPS Chef Steve will take your skills to the next level as you hone your culinary passion. You will learn basic to advanced techniques that will help you become a star in your own kitchen! His expertise from global adventures and his culinary industry background brings to you classes that are fun, informative, and entertaining. We promote creativity and originality as you refine and enhance your own cooking skills. Along with culinary techniques we will cover knife skills, proper food safety and sanitation procedures as an integral part of the class. The innovative approach of this class takes total immersion to a new level, with a culinary class that covers not only essentials of the cuisine, but also the culture and culinary history of our topics. We will also discuss ingredient sourcing, prepare ahead shortcuts, and final meal hints. So bring your partner or friend and join us for fun while educating yourself with innovative techniques that includes plating and presentation skills and usually concludes with a sit down meal of our creations. NO REFUNDS 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS START DATE. All Classes are on Tuesdays from 6:30-8:30pm at the Veterans Memorial Senior Center. $10 materials fee paid to Chef Steve on the day of class. TUESDAYS â€˘ 6:30-8:30PM ADULTS $58/ $49 Resident Discount â€˘ 1 night CODE THEME DATE 28.201 Knife Skills: Learn the essentials of knife maintenance along with popular cuts such as julienne, slice, dice, mince, chiffonade, as well as de-boning chicken. 6/17 28.202 Independence Day BBQ Sauces, Rubs, and Marinades: No more store bought sauces as you will learn regional BBQ favorites including grilling basics. 7/1 28.203 Hand Rolled Pasta and Homemade Sauces: Make sauce classics from scratch along with your creative pasta including raviolis. 7/15 28.204 Paella and Tapas: Treat your family to your talents from Spain with mixed Paella and several of the popular tapas from Barcelona. 7/29 28.205 Asian Stir Fry and Grill: Get on board the healthy and delicious stir fry dishes of Asia as we learn the veggie and meat cuts along with herbs, sauces, and seasonings. 8/12 28.206 Peruvian Pop Up: In the new culinary craze from So. America we will make both protein and vegetarian dishes mildly seasoned with traditional ingredients. 8/26 Want to learn how to Roast your own Coffee? Check out our Home Roasting Coffee class on page 65! 62 Summer 2014 Activity Guide Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Dance ADULT TAP BEGINNING & INTERMEDIATE with Angie Torres Have you always wanted to tap but never had the chance to try it? Then this is the class for you! No experience necessary, just come ready to learn and have fun! We will warm up with basic tap steps and learn fun combinations and routines. Tap dancing is not only good for the body but the brain as well! Stay sharp and build muscle! Tap shoes required. CODE DAY 22.247 M TIME DATE WEEKS FEE SITE 5 $72/ $61 Resident RMCC 8:00-9:00pm 6/2-6/30 TEEN/ADULT TAP INTRODUCTION TO BALLET NEW CODE DAY TIME DATE WKS FEE 22.209 Sa 12:15-1:15pm 7/12-8/16 6 $114 MODERN/CONTEMPORARY NEW with Jenny Nagel, instructor at Academy of American Ballet This is a great adult dance class for those who have basic coordination and enjoy basic dance movement. Jenny is a muchloved teacher who will give you a gentle warm up followed by modern stationary and traveling steps and sequences to great music. Please wear black jazz pants, dance shoes, and a leotard. All available for purchase at Academy of American Ballet. Location: Academy of American Ballet, 2555 Middlefield Road, Redwood City with Tanya Gunton-Carroll, instructor at Academy of American Ballet Introduction to ballet is designed for the adult who has always wanted to try ballet but never had a chance. Come learn the fundamental positions in a great environment from a fun teacher who will encourage you as you go along. Please wear pink ballet shoes, leotard, and tights. All available for purchase at Academy of American Ballet. Location: Academy of American Ballet, 2555 Middlefield Road, Redwood City, CA CODE DAY 22.207 F TIME DATE WKS FEE 6 $72 9:30-10:30am 7/11-8/15 ADULT BASIC BALLET NEW with Tanya Gunton-Carroll, instructor at Academy of American Ballet Come learn basic ballet in a warm environment from a great teacher in a beautiful new studio. This class is designed for adults who are familiar with basic ballet positions. You will enjoy stretching and strengthening in a way that gets you in shape but is never boring. Please wear ballet shoes, tights, and leotard. All available for purchase at Academy of American Ballet. Location: Academy of American Ballet, 2555 Middlefield Road, Redwood City, CA CODE DAY TIME DATE WKS FEE CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS FEE 22.208 Tu 7-8pm 7/8-8/12 6 $72 22.230 Th 12:00-1:00pm 7/10-8/14 6 $72 Register Online Today ADULTS Age 13+ with Minna Rogers, instructor at Academy of American Ballet Hollywood and Broadway style classical and contemporary tap and percussive methods that includes basic classical and ghetto style movements with emphasis on popular music. Class is aerobic and fun. No prior training required. Please wear black black jazz pants, black tap shoes, and leotard. All available for purchase at Academy of American Ballet. Location: Academy of American Ballet, 2555 Middlefield Road, Redwood City www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks 650.780.7311 63 Dance LINE DANCING with Cathy Dacumos Basic Beginner: Learn fun, easy line dances to a variety of music types. No prior experience necessary. No partner needed. Dances learned one week are reviewed in subsequent weeks. High Beginner/Intermediate: Some basic beginner experience recommended. Learn slightly higher level dances, including many that are popular at local line dance socials. This class is the perfect transition between beginner & intermediate level classes. Wear comfortable shoes. $6 drop-in fee for one class or $10 for both classes. Save money by signing up for the entire session! Location: CAB PAY FEE & SAVE OR DROP-IN (SEE DESCRIPTION ABOVE) $60/ $50 Resident Discount (Combo $96 / $80 Resident Discount) CLASS CODE DAY TIME DATE 22.211 Th 7-8pm Beg/Int 22.212 Th Combo Th Beg 22.213 WEEKS SITE 6/5-8/7 10 CAB 8-9pm 6/5-8/7 10 CAB 7-9pm 6/5-8/7 10 CAB ADULTS DAYTIME LINE DANCING with Cathy Dacumos Come join us for a fun-filled hour of line dancing. The beginning class will feature beginner and high beginner dances. Some basic beginner experience is advised but not required. The second class is the next step for those wanting to transition to the intermediate level, and will feature dances that are popular at local line dance socials. Students must register with instructor on day of class. No online/mail-in registration. For more info, please call (650) 780-7274. No class 5/26, 8/11, 8/18, 8/25 $6 Drop In Fee for 1 class or $10 for both â€˘ on-going BALLROOM DANCING with Patricia Jeung Learn the basics of ballroom dancing! No one should miss out on the fun of being on a dance floor where you can experience the exhilarating feeling of flowing across the room to beautiful music. Fees listed are per couple. $114/ $96 Resident Discount CLASS DAY TIME SITE CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS SITE High Beginning M VMSC Redwood Room 22.201 W 7:30-8:40pm 7/9-8/13 6 CAB 10:15-11:30am VMSC Redwood Room 22.202 Sa 10:20-11:30am 7/12-8/16 6 VMSC Easy Intermediate M 9:00-10:15am BELLY DANCE- MOVES AND GROOVES! Age 16+ with Malia DeFelice www.bellydancer.net, Director of New Moon Belly Dance Co. Learn to Belly Dance! Appropriate for first time beginners. No experience necessary! Experience the magic of this ancient dance form and benefit from an amazing low impact workout while destressing to the sounds of exotic drum rhythms and mysterious melodies. Malia DeFelice has taught Belly Dance to women of all ages, sizes and shapes for decades. Through her easy to understand format, you will learn how to master slow, medium and fast paced steps, including Shimmies, traveling steps and Undulations. Class materials are given to each student including a step vocabulary describing 37 basic belly dance steps as well as instructions to make simple costuming. Practice music and sparkly hip scarves are available for purchase. Location: RMCC 64 CODE DAY TIME DATE WKS FEE 22.231 Tu 22.232 Tu 8-9pm 6/3-7/8 6 $72/ $61 Resident 8-9pm 7/15-8/12 5 $60/ $51 Resident Summer 2014 Activity Guide Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Special Interest BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY with Marty Rose Springer, owner of Writing With Light, teacher for 14 years. In this fun, hands-on introduction to digital photography, we will work to understand the camera’s menus and modes, metering, focusing, filters, the flash, light, color and basic composition which will prepare us for portraiture, night shooting and printing activities in class. This class covers basic photographic concepts to enhance hands on knowledge of the camera and computer. Also included is a one hour private printing workshop the weekend of August 9. Bring your camera, instructional manual and a fully charged battery to the first class. Lab Fee: $40 to instructor at 1st class. $176/ $156 Resident Discount • 8 weeks CODE DAY TIME DATE SITE WORKSHOP 21.200 Tu 7:00-9:30pm 6/24-8/12 RMCC 8/9, 8/10 INTERMEDIATE PHOTOGRAPHY with Marty Rose Springer, owner of Writing With Light, teacher for 14 years. Advance your skills and passion of digital photography. Find support for your independent projects, inspiration for moving forward with your own work, and deepen your understanding of the camera, computer, and printer. The class will be set up in a workshop mode and will meet each Thursday with a one weekend workshop to be decided at the first class. You must have completed Marty’s beginning digital photography class to enroll in this class. Lab Fee: $40 to instructor at 1st class. $151/ $131 Resident Discount • 7 weeks CODE DAY TIME DATE SITE WORKSHOP 21.201 Th 7:00-9:30pm 6/26-8/7 RMCC 8/9, 8/10 ADULTS YOU’RE ON THE AIR HOW TO REALLY MAKE IT IN VOICE-OVERS! HOME ROASTING COFFEE with Larry Kistler, Teacher, and Silicon Valley Trainer for almost 30 years, Roast your own imported coffee beans for life-long enjoyment of the best coffee you’ve never (yet) tasted, AND save a lot of money! The first two pounds of coffee pay for the course. We provide roasters, a grinder, and coffee maker to taste your own lab results. We provide you with skills and teach you what minimal equipment you need to inexpensively produce coffee of the highest quality. Bring your own clean coffee cup and note paper/pen or tablet. NO REFUNDS 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS START DATE. $42 / $35 Resident Discount DATE WEEKS SITE 25.201 Tu 6:30-9:30pm 7/22 1 night CAB 25.202 Sa 9:30am-12:30pm 6/14 1 morning CAB CODE DAY TIME Register Online Today with Such A Voice, Lisa Foster VOICE-OVERS are hot today! You don’t have to be an actor to get voice-over work, but it certainly doesn’t hurt! With such notable talent as Morgan Freeman, Glenn Close, and Alec Baldwin lending their voices to commercials, films, and videos, one would think that it would be next to impossible to break into this field. Not so! You’ll learn about an exciting, new way to get around the competition and actually turn voice-overs into a thriving full or part-time business! Lisa Foster will discuss the voice-over business as a whole, the numerous opportunities, the incredible income potential, and will discuss the all-important “demo” and how to have it produced. You’ll step up to the mic and do some practice recording, and best of all, you’ll hear the results! NO REFUNDS 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS START DATE. $53 / $45 Resident Discount • 1 night CODE DAY TIME DATE SITE 25.206 M 7:00-9:00pm 7/14 RMCC www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks 650.780.7311 65 Enrichment BEGINNING DOG OBEDIENCE (DOGS 4 MONTHS +) RAISING BACKYARD CHICKENS Family Members Age 11+ with Paige Tyson. Questions about class content? Call 209.532.6269 Beginning: In this class, your dog is taught to sit, down, stay, come, heel and easy (walking nicely at the end of the leash without pulling). The dog is taught to move freely and easily with the collar, so one day you barely have to use it. The dog is also taught to perform things and to willingly do or not do things, not just be prevented from doing them. Verbal and/or physical praise from owner is given. This builds a relationship between owner and dog. Any specific problems you are having will be addressed and cured in class or by a lifestyle change at home. You will need a 6 foot comfortable leash. Instructor will supply the nylon collar. with Dr. P.A. Moore, who has two hens, Lucy and Ethel, in her backyard and has been teaching for the past 20 years on a variety of subjects. A fun activity for the whole family. Chickens provide fresh eggs for the table, fertilizer for the garden and entertainment for all. Learn how to care for your own flock in this informative workshop. NO REFUNDS 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS START DATE. $34 / $29 Resident Discount CODE 25.203 DAY Tu TIME DATE 7:00-9:00pm 6/17 WEEKS SITE 1 night CAB Intermediate: This class will instruct students in off-leash control. This is done with the addition of a 30 foot long line. ALL Dogs must have current rabies and distemper vaccinations. A 6 foot comfortable leash is required. Special nylon choke collar included in fee. Minimum owner age is 11 years old. Location: behind the VMSC Building $122/$102 Resident Discount LEVEL CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS Beg 25.213 W 6:00-7:00pm 6/4-7/9 6 Int 25.214 W 7:00-8:00pm 6/4-7/9 6 ADULTS THE BASICS OF SELLING ON EBAY with Bob Robillard Want to begin selling on eBay? Make a part to full time living by selling on eBay! Learn: Introduction to eBay; eBay/PayPal security; Set up an eBay Account; Researching items; Create eBay listings that attract buyers; Improve listings with better descriptions and photography; Pricing strategies to maximize profits; Using PayPal; Monitoring Sales; Drop Shipping Tips; I sold it, Now what? Avoid mistakes that many new eBay sellers make. Find other resources to help your new business to grow! Students should have a basic knowledge of the computer - Word, etc. NO REFUNDS 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS START DATE. $66 / $56 Resident Discount • 3 hours CODE DAY TIME DATE SITE 25.207 Sa 9:30am-12:30pm 6/14 RMCC 25.208 Sa 9:30am-12:30pm 7/19 RMCC 25.209 Sa 9:30am-12:30pm 8/16 RMCC SOCIAL SECURITY AND YOU Age 55+ with Kendra Bronstein, Registered Financial Representative Retirement and Social Security and You! So you are thinking of retiring? When should I retire? Should I keep working? What if I am divorced? widowed? or single? All these questions will be answered and more. Everyone’s situation is different so come and share your questions and lets learn from each other. Please bring a note pad and pen to take notes and write down your questions NO REFUNDS 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS START DATE. $15 / $13 Resident Discount 66 CODE DAY TIME DATE 25.212 Tu 6:30-8:00pm 7/15 Summer 2014 Activity Guide SITE 1 night CAB 7 FINANCIAL STRATEGIES EVERY WOMAN SHOULD KNOW with Kendra Bronstein, Registered Financial Representative We will have a financial conversation with all attendees and talk about ways we get our financial house in order for ourselves and our families. Come with your questions and we will have conversations on cash flow, investing, social security, saving for college for your kids, saving for retirement for your self. A little something for everyone. Come to chat, bring your coffee and learn from each other and take away some new ideas. Please bring a notepad and pen to take notes and write down your questions NO REFUNDS 7 DAYS PRIOR TO CLASS START DATE. $15 / $13 Resident Discount CODE DAY TIME DATE 25.217 Tu 6:30-8:00pm 6/24 SITE 1 night CAB Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Fitness Classes GYMTONE FITNESS: EARLY MORNING FITNESS! YOGALATES with Silvano A. Vial, Fitness Instructor and Founder/Developer of the “Gymtone® Fitness Bar”. Ways Of Wellness, Inc. Join the most complete Cross-Training Fitness Program available: GYMTONE® Fitness. This is truly a unique class, which concentrates on helping you achieve your optimum health potential. Body toning, strength building, flexibility, aerobic, and balancing exercises are emphasized. We invite you to come visit us free of charge, and see how this program could fit your needs. Great for weightloss & toning! No workout on 7/4, 9/1 Location: RMCC with Monique Story, Certified Personal Trainer & Health Coach as well as Yoga and pilates Instructor. Institute of Integrative Nutrition, AFAA, ACE, Yoga Fit & SCW certified. Yogalates is a combination of traditional Yoga postures, Pilates, lots of stretching and relaxation. This class is a great total body workout that improves posture, increases strength (including core and back) and enhances flexibility as well as balance. It’s a terrific stress reliever and helps to detox your body. You will leave feeling transformed, rejuvenated and energized. All ages, body types and fitness levels welcome. Please bring a Yoga mat. Location: CAB CODE DAY TIME DATE WKS FEE 26.214 W 6:00-7:15pm 6/4-8/13 11 $158/$138 Res.Discount 26.215 Sa 9:00-10:15am 6/7-8/16 10 $146/$126 Res.Discount SKIP 7/5 STRENGTH TRAINING AT HOME WORKOUT COME AT EITHER TIME 26.202 M-F 6-7:15am 7/1-9/30 M-F 7:15-8:30am CODE DAY 26.225 Sa TIME DATE WEEKS FEE 3 $90/ $76 Resident 10:30-11:30am 6/7-6/21 SITE CAB FITNESS with Monique Story, Certified Personal Trainer & Health Coach as well as Yoga and pilates Instructor. Institute of Integrative Nutrition, AFAA, ACE, Yoga Fit & SCW certified. Age 14+ Do you prefer to workout in the convenience of your own home, or have time constraints? You will learn to do safe and effective exercises to help strengthen and tone all muscles groups as well as increase bone density to help prevent Osteoporosis. An additional benefit can be weight loss. Our class will start with a gentle cardio warm up and end with stretching. Please bring: 3 to 5 pound hand weights for woman and 7 to 9 pounds for men and a yoga mat. Great for Teens as well! $178/ $158 Resident Discount HULA HOOPING FOR FITNESS & FUN with Brenda Major, Fun to Be Fit, cert. personal trainer & weight management coach, certified Hoop Dance teacher Get Fit While Having Fun! If you want to tone your body, burn the fat and strengthen your core, then this Hula Hooping Workout is for you! You will learn upper and lower body hooping combinations while moving to upbeat music, and having a great time doing it! Hoops are provided and also for sale. Give this awesome workout a try!! $94 / $79 Resident Discount 26.241 M 6:30-7:30pm Register Online Today 6/23-7/28 6 weeks RMCC www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks 650.780.7311 67 Yoga GENTLE YOGA WITH KAREN Karen Stepp, Yoga Alliance RYT 200 Relax, refresh and renew. By moving slowly in and out of poses, taking time to connect to our breath and our experience we can develop an inner sense of peace and calm. This gentle class is suitable for beginners and anyone who wants to reduce stress. We will learn breathing techniques, postures and enjoy wonderful relaxations. Come with an empty stomach and an open mind. Bring a yoga mat, two yoga blocks and a towel or blanket. Recommended Yoga Mats are Jade Yoga brand sold online at www.jadeyoga.com or at Amazon.com. CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS 26.204 M 5:45-7:00pm 6/2-8/18 12 FEE SITE $206/$186 Resident Discount RWS LIB YOGA WITH KAREN Karen Stepp, Yoga Alliance RYT 200 This is a slow flowing yoga class that is suitable for beginners or advanced yogis. In this class we flow slow enough from one posture to the next so that you can connect your breath with your moment. We also focus on stabilizing and strengthening your core and the areas surrounding your joints. Learn traditional breathing practices, meditation, yoga postures, and deep relaxation. Yoga practice can help you to develop and maintain strength, flexibility, and peace of mind. Come with an empty stomach and an open mind. Bring a sticky yoga mat, two foam yoga blocks and a towel or blanket. Recommended Yoga Mats are Jade Yoga brand sold online at www.jadeyoga. com or at Amazon.com. CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS FEE SITE 26.222 M 7:15-8:30pm 6/2-8/18 12 $206/$186 Resident Discount RWS LIB YOGA FITNESS with Betty Coleman Yoga is the only type of exercise that lets you feel as if you are working with your body rather than against it! This class will help you build strength, tone muscles, increase flexibility, improve endurance, and leave you feeling invigorated and relaxed. Simple, easy to follow back exercises will be presented. Betty Coleman’s class is designed for beginning and continuing students. Bring a mat and wear comfortable clothing. CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS FEE SITE 26.208 Tu 6:00-7:00pm 6/10-8/26 12 $122/ $102 Res. Discount CAB 26.209 Th 9:30-10:30am 6/12-8/28 12 $122/ $102 Res. Discount VMSC 26.210 Th 5:45-6:45pm 12 $122/ $102 Res. Discount CAB 6/12-8/28 ADULT RUNNING CAMP Age 18+ with Bay Area Running Camp - former Stanford Women’s Cross Country Coach Dena Evans, Crystal Springs Uplands School Cross Country / Track & Field Coach Albert Caruana, and Staff Join us for our fourth summer on the beautiful trails in Portola Valley. We’ll run in small groups on soft surfaces, and hear from excellent clinicians about nutrition, injury prevention, running form, and much more! Adult campers receive delicious catered dinner each evening, and a pair of new Balance shoes is included with your registration. Take a few days and kick-start your training for the upcoming season or goal event. Bay Area Running Camp - Next Year Begins Here! Location: Corte Madera School, 4575 Alpine Road, Portola Valley $300 by April 1st / $375 thereafter CODE DAY 26.200 M-F 68 TIME DATE 5:30-8:30pm 7/21-7/25 Summer 2014 Activity Guide DAY 5 consecutive days Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services BOXERCISE FOR ADULTS (NON CONTACT) Fitness MIND & BODY MOVEMENT Age 18+ with Peninsula Boxing & Fitness You don’t have to be a boxer to get the benefits of a boxing workout. Our high intensity classes challenge individuals in a fun and exciting way combining music, movement, and motivation. Increase fitness, lose weight, elevate energy, enhance muscle tone, improve confidence, and reduce stress all at your own pace. Learn stance, footwork, and striking technique, employing explosive punch combinations on heavy bags for a super cardio total body conditioning workout. Do interval training to build lung capacity and increase heart rate for high calorie burn. $40 fee for training gloves and protective hand-wraps. Location: Peninsula Boxing & Fitness, 2860 Spring St. #1, RWC CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS FEE 26.227 Tu 7:00-8:00pm 6/10-7/15 6 $69 26.228 Sa 9:00-10:00am 6/14-7/19 6 $69 26.229 Tu 5:00-6:00pm 7/22-8/26 6 $69 26.230 Sa 9:00-10:00am 7/26-8/30 6 $69 with Marie Soderlund This is not another yoga or pilates class. This new class, designed by belly dance instructor, Marie Soderlund, offers people of all ages and genders to come and relax, rejuvenate and resist. This class is designed to be gentler and easier to accomplish. Relax your mind, rejuvenate your spirit and resist inflexibility and stagnation of your mind and muscles. Use gentle moves to increase flexibility and stretching. Based on simple dance moves, the body responds to a variety of simple stretches that can be incorporated in to your every day life. No experience necessary. Set to a variety of music you will be inspired to move and leave refreshed and happy. Bring a yoga mat, towel and water. $54/ $46 Resident Discount CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS SITE 26.234 W 8:00-9:00pm 6/4-6/25 4 RMCC 26.235 W 8:00-9:00pm 7/2-7/23 4 RMCC 26.236 W 8:00-9:00pm 7/30-8/20 4 RMCC PERSONAL TRAINING with Monique Story, Certified Personal Trainer & Health Coach as well as Yoga and Pilates Instructor. Institute of Integrative Nutrition, AFAA, ACE, Yoga Fit & SCW certified. Monique is passionate about helping people improve their overall health through fitness, nutrition, weight & stress management. Regardless of your age or ability, Monique can create a safe, wellrounded fitness program tailored to your needs, by combining strength, core, cardio, and flexibility training with her fun and energetic style. PLEASE REGISTER THROUGH PARKS & RECREATION AND THEN CALL 650.780.7311 Location: RMCC CODE PACKAGE FEE 26.245 Private Training $70 • 1 session ($70 per 50 minute session) BABY BOOT CAMP PRE & POST NATAL 26.246 Parents of Babies 6 weeks + with Tracee Gonzalez Private Training 5 sessions 26.247 TUES / THURS / FRI @9:30AM RED MORTON PARK Semi-Private Training $55 per person • 1 session ($55 per 50 minute session) 26.248 Semi-Private Training ($55 per hour per person) Register Online Today www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks $275 per person • 5 sessions 650.780.7311 FITNESS Sign up through Baby Boot Camp online: babybootcamp.com, call 415 260-7629 or email email@example.com for more information Baby Boot Camp stroller-based fitness classes are designed specifically to help moms get fit. It takes the place of a personal trainer at a time in your life when you need one more than ever. Classes combine strength-training exercises with cardiovascular drills. The stroller, resistance tubes (and even your child) are used as an integral part of the workout! The structure of all Baby Boot Camp classes follows the guidelines set by the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology and the American Council on Exercise. Pregnant moms must have a note from their healthcare provider indicating that they have been cleared for exercise. Postnatal moms must be 6 weeks postpartum (8 weeks if delivered by cesarean section). $325 • 5 sessions 69 JAZZERCISE REAL RESULTS. PURE FUN. Burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerfully effective 60-minute total body workout. Every Jazzercise group fitness class combines dancebased cardio with strength training and stretching to sculpt, tone and lengthen muscles for maximum fat burn. Choreographed to today’s hottest music, Jazzercise is a fusion of jazz dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing. Start dancing yourself fit and change the shape of your body today! All ages, levels, and sizes welcome. Classes are ongoing. Start anytime. Every Jazzercise class combines cardio moves to enhance endurance and burn mega calories, strength training to define muscles and strengthen your core, and stretching to increase flexibility. Through the use of hand-held weights and resistance tubes (provided at class) you will get a total body workout while blasting fat, and having fun! You’ll feel comfortable as soon as you step into class. Jazzercise is a very welcoming and non-competitive environment. Instructors and customers are friendly and helpful, and the moves are simple enough for everyone to follow. Fun and Effective Workouts Do Exist! Jazzercise.com JAZZERCISE The original dance exercise phenomenon! Each 60-minute workout is a fusion of dance and muscle toning movements choreographed to today’s hottest music, including Top 40, jazz, country, funk, and classics. Our instructors make all the routines fun and easy-to-follow. Every class includes a gentle warm up, 30-minute aerobic workout, muscle toning and strengthening segment with weights, and stretching. Weights and mats provided at the center. PM Classes at Sandpiper Community Center (SCC) 797 Redwood Shores Parkway, RWC 1120 Roosevelt Ave., RWC Drop-in or Call 650.458.8190 or 650.367.9566 email: firstname.lastname@example.org AM Classes at Dance Mode Studio (DMS) FITNESS 975c Industrial Rd. San Carlos 94070 Drop-in or Call 650.454.9672 email: email@example.com Easy Fitness Ticket 6-Week Pass Joining Fee Easy Fitness Ticket $45 (monthly electronic transfer) 8-Week Pass $119 Joining Fee $49 ($15 with 12 month EFT) Mon Tues Wed Thurs Jazz DMS 6:00am 9:00am Jazz DMS 6:00pm Jazz SCC Jazz DMS Jazz DMS Jazz SCC Jazz SCC Fri Summer 2014 Activity Guide Sun Jazz DMS Jazz DMS Jazz SCC Sat Jazz SCC Jazz DMS $49 (monthly electronic transfer) $99 $49 RED MORTON CLASS SCHEDULE SANDPIPER/DMS CLASS SCHEDULE Time 70 Classes at Red Morton Community Center Time Mon 8:00am Jazz 9:00am Jazz 4:45pm Tues Wed Thurs Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Fri Sat Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz 5:45pm Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz 6:50pm Jazz Jazz Jazz Jazz Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Sun Jazz Red Morton Fitness Center & Gym Schedule We will be closed on: 7/4, 9/1 Monday-Friday 7:30am-10:00pm Saturday 8:00am-5:00pm RED MORTON FITNESS CENTER INFORMATION The Red Morton Fitness Center has a variety of cardio and exercise equipment to fit your needs: Treadmills, Elliptical Trainer, Stairmasters, Exercise Bicycles, Free Weights, Cybex Low Extension, Universal 3 Station Mini Gym, Leg Press, Ab Trainer, Lockers, Showers, and a Wall-Mounted Color T.V. ADULT AND SENIOR GYM AND FITNESS CENTER RATES Adult Per Visit Adult (18-59) Drop-In $3.00 Senior (60+) Drop-in $1.00 Adult 5 visit card (good for 3 months) $12.50 $2.50 Adult 10 visit card (good for 3 months) $25.00 $2.50 Adult 25 visit card (good for 3 months) $50.00 $2.00 Adult 50 visit card (good for 6 months) $87.50 $1.75 YOUTH AND TEEN GYM AND FITNESS CENTER RATES Drop-In activities are available for youth & teens. Youth membership includes use of the gym and teen center for young people ages 6 to 15 years old. Participants ages 16 & 17 pay a higher fee that includes use of the fitness center. Membership card required. No refunds will be given for unused cards. Youth 6-15 Teen 16-17 Drop-In (one time) $1.00 $1.00 1 Year Membership $15.00 $25.00 SUMMER GYMNASIUM SCHEDULE JUNE - AUGUST CLOSED: 7/4, 9/1. Summer camps will be utilizing the gym beginning, June 9. Please check with the front desk for schedule changes. ADULT ACTIVITIES ARE AGES 18 & UP. *Open Gym schedule subject to change based Summer Camp, Class & Rental schedule. Monday Summer Camps 9am-4pm or Open Gym* 11:30am2:30pm Adult Open Volleyball 7:15-10pm Tuesday Summer Camps 9am-4pm or Open Gym* 11:30am2:30pm Adult Volleyball League 7:00-10pm Register Online Today Wednesday Thursday Summer Camps 9am-4pm or Open Gym* 11:30am2:30pm Open Gym* 7:15-10pm Friday Summer Camps 9am-4pm or Open Gym* 11:30am2:30pm Summer Camps 9am-4pm or Open Gym* 11:30am2:30pm Open Gym* 7:15-10pm Open Gym* 7:15-10pm www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks Saturday Sunday FITNESS The following programs are open to men and women age 18 and over, unless otherwise indicated. All participants will need to check in at the facility’s front counter to pay for individual visits or to have their multi-visit card validated for entry. Bring your own equipment or check out balls and racquets from the gym supervisor’s office located in the gym. Please wear appropriate shoes. No hard or dark soled shoes will be permitted. Schedule subject to change. Multi-use cards are available for purchase at the front reception counter. They can be used for entry to Drop-in Gym and the Fitness Center. Please estimate your usage and purchase the type of card appropriately. No refunds will be given for unused cards. FOR INFO CALL 780-7311 or visit us at RedwoodCity.org/Parks Open Gym* 8am-5pm Available for Rentals Available for Rentals 650.780.7311 71 Martial Arts TAI CHI CHUAN WHOLE BODY MOVEMENT with Linda Scheer, M.S. Vocational Rehab, practicing Tai Chi since 1988 and teaching since 1995. Tai Chi Chuan is an internal martial art, promoting balance, strength, flexibility, health, and relaxation. The class covers Chi Kung warm-ups, the Tai Chi stance and principles, the short and long integrated forms and applications, and partner movement. The individual begins learning the basics and the form. Partner movement happens only when the student is comfortable with it and is approached without force. Standing massage may be included in order to relax you into the Tai Chi mind set, but it is purely optional. Wear comfortable clothing. Talk with instructor prior to registering for the Intermediate class. Location: RMCC $107 / $90 Resident Discount or DROP-IN: $15 per class CLASS CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS Beg 24.208 Tu 6:45-7:45pm 7/15-9/2 7 8/12 Int 24.209 Tu 5:30-6:30pm 7/15-9/2 7 8/12 ADVANCED TAI CHI LONG FORM & SAN SHOU PARTNER FORM (see below for registration info.) This class is for the student who wants to develop and further their own individual Tai Chi practice. The class is a small-group setting which provides focused individual attention and instruction. $150 for a consecutive 8-week session or $20 drop-in. For price and registration, contact the instructor, Linda Scheer at 408-295-9439 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Location: VMSC Goldstar Room $120 for a consecutive 8-week series or $20 drop-in SPORTS Advanced 72 Tu 4-5pm ongoing SKIP JUJITSU / KARATE / ESCRIMA Age 15+ (or upon instructors approval) with Sensei Stephen Tuazon, 5th degree Black Belt in Danzan Ryu Jujitsu & Kosho Ryu Kenpo Karate. Student of Professor James Muro, over 30 years of experience. This course covers Karate (kicking and punching), Jujitsu (grappling and body throws) as well as Escrima (weapons training). You will get a balanced approach to martial arts. Environment is friendly and emphasis is put on how to defend yourself. This is a safe fun way in which to learn self defense. FREE Uniform for new students. Questions? Please call Sensei Stephen Tuazon (650)787-3735 or email at email@example.com. Location: SCC $131 / $111 Resident Discount • Meets twice per week CODE DAYS TIME DATE WEEKS 24.220 M/W 7:00-8:00pm 6/16-7/16 5 24.221 M/W 7:00-8:00pm 7/21-8/20 5 PLAY HORSESHOES! Free - Fun - Good Exercise Players meet at pits located next to Community Activities Building, 1400 Roosevelt Ave, Redwood City FREE LESSONS AVAILABLE- Contact Edward Moore, 650-368-9538 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Try pitching horseshoes for fun and exercise. The Red Morton Club members will give a free class on how to hold the shoes, different types of pitching styles and the basic rules. “Loaner” shoes available. All ages welcome, men and women. Summer 2014 Activity Guide Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Sports Classes TENNIS AT YOUR SERVICE Age 15+ Enjoy top-flight instruction from the staff of Stanford Tennis Coach John Whitlinger and Stanford/USPTA Pro Tom Sarsfield. Youth and adult classes of 3-8 students will consist of eight hours of instruction. Classes of two students will consist of four hours of lessons. Students provide own rackets. BEGINNING GOLF LESSONS Age 16+ with Emerald Hills Golf The Beginner Adult Golf Class covers all the basic fundamentals of the game of golf. Students will learn proper techniques in stretching, GASP (grip, alignment, stance, and posture), golf swing, chipping, and putting. This class is designed in order to develop a fundamental understanding of the amazing and at times frustrating game of golf. Please bring your own clubs if you have them, if not we can provide you with a loaner set. No class 7/5. Location: 938 Wilmington Way, Redwood City 94062 CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS FEE 24.225 Sa 10-11am 6/7-7/12 5 $120 24.226 Sa 10-11am 7/19-8/16 5 $120 ICE SKATING CLASSES Age 15+ Nazareth Ice Oasis, 3140 Bay Road, Redwood City 650.364.8090 ext. 16 NOVICE TENNIS For Beginning to Low Intermediate players. Develop the essential techniques with emphasis on control, depth, and direction. Lessons will also incorporate basic strategy and tactics. INTERMEDIATE TENNIS- For players who are consistent on slow to medium paced shots but need to develop more spin, power, and/or variety. Basic to advanced shots, strategy and tactics will be introduced and reinforced by performance enhancing drills. $110/ $92 Resident Discount • twice per week CLASS CODE DAY TIME DATE WEEKS SITE Novice 24.241 MW 7:00-8:00pm 6/16-7/9 4 RMCC 1/2 Interm. 24.242 MW 7:00-8:00pm 6/16-7/9 4 RMCC 1/2 Novice 24.243 MW 8:00-9:00pm 7/14-8/6 4 RMCC 1/2 Interm. 24.244 MW 8:00-9:00pm 7/14-8/6 4 RMCC 1/2 INDIVIDUAL TENNIS LESSONS BEGINNING ICE SKATING $84 • 6 weeks CODE DAY TIME DATE SKIP 24.213 Sa 10:45-11:15am 6/28-8/9 7/5 24.214 W 6:20-6:50pm 7/9-8/13 Learn new strokes or improve your old ones through individualized lessons based on your needs. All ages, beginners to advanced. Call the Redwood City Parks and Rec Dept. at (650)7807311 or visit www.WhitlingerSarsfieldTennis.com for contact information to make arrangements. Location: Mezes Park Ct. #1 (instructor priority at all times) Red Morton Park Ct. #1 (Saturdays 9am-9pm) Fee: $65 per hour or $180 for three one hour lessons (Add $5 per hour for each additional person). All checks payable to the “City of Redwood City”. Check and registration form must be given to the instructor at the time of your lesson. Visit www.WhitlingerSarsfieldTennis.com for more information. www.RedwoodCity.Org/Parks 650.780.7311 SPORTS Ice skating is a confidence building sport that is challenging and rewarding. These classes will give you a fun introduction to basic ice skating skills including forward and backward skating and stopping. Skate rental and practice time are included on the day of the lesson only. Gloves/mittens recommended. Please arrive 15 min before class. Register Online Today IMPORTANT: In case of rain, contact the Recreation Dept. at 780-7311, Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm, within the hour before scheduled starting time for class status or check with the instructor at the court. If at any time the instructor is absent, report to the next scheduled lesson for makeup date. NO POSTPONEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE INITIATED BY THE INSTRUCTOR OR THE REC. DEPT. Unless notified to the contrary, make up lessons will be forwarded to the next normal meeting day and time. However, Fridays (for weekday lessons) or Sundays (for weekend lessons) may be used at the instructor’s discretion. NOTE: If an earlier class is postponed due to rain, all the following classes may also be postponed that day even if the courts become dry. Location: RMCC Tennis Courts #1-2 73 REDWOOD CITY ADULT SPORTS Come join the Adult Sports “HUB” on the Peninsula. We offer leagues in Basketball, Softball and Volleyball, with many different skill levels to choose from. Team Managers who would like to put a team into the Redwood City Leagues should contact Eric Newby at (650) 780-7317, or email at email@example.com. Manager packets will be available on the website one month before each season is to begin. Our sports league web site is www.quickscores.com/redwoodcity. You will find schedules, standings and game scores. SOFTBALL LEAGUES BASKETBALL LEAGUES Our 2014 Softball Program continues to lead the Peninsula by offering the widest variety of softball divisions around. Men’s Slow Pitch, Men’s Modified Fast Pitch, Women’s Slow Pitch, and also Coed Slow Pitch will be offered this year. We work hard to provide the best Softball Fields in the area, including our: Field Turf Softball Diamonds We will “PLAY” when others will rain out. Redwood City’s weather was voted “Climate Best by Government Test”, so you’ll be playing year round in T-shirts and shorts. Whether you have a beginner team, or a top level C team, you’ll find a league that will fit your level of play. Come play with the best, and experience why we have over 100 teams playing softball in Redwood City each season! WINTER (January –March) FALL-WINTER (October – February) Men’s Open C’s (Thursdays) SPRING (March – June) COED VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES Our Adult Coed Volleyball league continues to dominate as well. We have 2 full sized volleyball courts, with quality Referees and scorekeepers. These leagues are a great way to meet new people, get exercise, and have some fun along the way. Game times are 7pm, 8pm and 9pm. Leagues will fill up quickly. (Mondays) (Tuesdays) (Wednesdays) (Thursdays) (Sundays) FALL-WINTER (October – February) Coed C League (Tuesdays) Coed D League (Tuesdays) 6 Games (Thursdays) (Wednesdays) (Tuesdays) (Sundays) FREE AGENT SPORTS LISTS *Modified C-1 & C-2 (Fridays) SPORTS SOFTBALL UMPIRES NEEDED Are you tired of that same old part time job that you have? Do you want to make more money – working outdoors, and having fun? If so, become a softball umpire. You’ll stay active, meet new people, and work nights. Training will be provided at no cost, and you can adjust your schedule to the nights that you are available. How can you pass up an opportunity like that up? If you would like more information – please contact Carl Mitchell at the Peninsula Sports Officials Association office at: 650-8722245, Become part of the Blues Crew. Summer 2014 Activity Guide 6 Games SPRING (March – June) *Coed D-1 (Thursdays) *Coed D-3 (Sundays) 74 12 Games Coed C League (Tuesdays) Coed D League (Tuesdays) *Women’s WC-2 (Tuesdays) *Women’s WC-1 (Wednesdays) *Coed D-1 *Coed D-4 *Coed D-2 *Coed D-3 6 Games SPRING-SUMMER (April – August) 12 Games FALL (September - November) 12 Games Men’s Open C’s (Thursdays) 6 Games *Men’s C’s and D’s (Tuesdays) *Coed D-1 & D-2 (Thursdays) *Men’s C-1 & D-1 *Men’s C-2 & D-2 *Men’s C-3 & D-3 *Men’s C-4 & D-4 *Men’s D-5 & E-1 The Adult Basketball leagues are once again in “Fast Break Mode”. Games are played on Thursday nights at the Red Morton Community Center Arena, on a FULL sized College basketball court. No Middle School-sized courts here. It’s wide open in Redwood City. We will use 2 Quality Basketball Officials and we use a “Shot Clock” during our Spring –Summer Leagues. Where else can you get that level of play? This league will fill up quickly, so be sure to get your paperwork in early. Space is limited. Are you looking to play on a Softball, Volleyball, or Basketball team, but do not have a team to play on? If so, this year we have added a new “FREE AGENT FORM”. We do not place individuals on specific teams, but will provide a place where teams can go to find additional players for their teams, should they need people. Free Agent Forms can be downloaded at : www.quickscores.com/redwoodcity You will be required to complete the entire form, including what sport you would like to play, age, level of ability, positions you play, and a current photo of you. The form will be kept on file in the Sports Commissioner’s office, and only be used as a guide for Team Managers. If you have been placed on an old Free Agent list in the past, you must complete the new form for 2014. Incomplete forms will not be processed. Another way to find a team is to go to the games directly, and ask the managers. We’ll do our best to find a team for you to play on. Redwood City Parks, Recreation & Community Services Redwood City Park & Picnic Information 2014 PICNIC RESERVATIONS - YEAR ROUND Nine of Redwood City’s beautiful parks (in blue text) have picnic areas to reserve year-round. Residents can reserve dates any time during the season, Non-Residents can reserve tables up to 3 months in advance only. The cost is only $20 per table (an extra $20 fee for nonresidents). Reservation requests may be made online at redwoodcity.org, by calling 780-7327 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Park availability & area photos can be accessed online. City Parks & Locations Acres Andrew Spinas Park 2nd Ave./Bay Road 1.46 Dolphin Park Turks Head/Quay Lane 2.36 Dove Beeger Park Whipple Ave./Circle Road 1.00 Fleishman Park Locust St./McEvoy St. 0.63 Garrett Park 3600 Block Glenwood Ave. 6.9 Hawes Park Hudson St./Roosevelt Ave. 1.59 Hoover Park Woodside Rd./Spring St. 10.18 Jardín de Niños Middlefield Rd./Chestnut St. 0.31 Linden Park Linden St./Park St. 0.22 Maddux Park Maddux Dr./Kensington Rd. 0.62 Mariner Park Tiller Lane/Bridge Parkway 6.25 Marlin Park Neptune Dr./Cringle Dr. 11.15 Mezes Park Warren St./Standish St. 1.67 Palm Park Hudson St./Palm Ave. 0.90 Red Morton Park 1120 Roosevelt Ave. 31.74 Sandpiper Park Redwood Shores Pkwy & Egret 11.07 Shannon Park Davit Lane/Shannon Way 1.87 Shore Dogs Park 1300 Block Radio Road 0.69 Shorebird Park Marine Parkway/Island Drive 3.68 Stafford Park King St./Hopkins St. 1.62 Stulsaft Park 3700 Farm Hill Blvd. 42.06 Wellesley Crescent Park Edgewood Rd./ Arlington Rd. 0.75 Westwood Park Westwood St./Briarfield Ave. 0.25 Play Area Grass Area Picnic Area BBQ Pits Tennis Courts Basketball Courts ½ COURT ½ COURT Ball Fields Restrooms