City of Santee Recreation Activity Guide Fall/Winter 2012
Recreation program listing of activities for all ages in the Santee and surrounding communities. Activities that facilitate social connections, human development, the arts and lifelong learning.
C it y o f S a n te e Winter & Spring 2012 Winter/Spring Recreation Guide 2012 www.ci.santee.ca.us Staff COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT Mission Statement Bill Maertz Community Services Director We create community by providing exceptional programs, caring for and enriching public spaces and facilitating rewarding life experiences. Sue Richardson Recreation Services Manager Cherie Meek Special Events Supervisor Aliah Brozowski Recreation Program Supervisor Anne Morrison Recreation Program Supervisor Parks and recreation make life better by providing • Safe outdoor space to play and exercise • Access to the serenity and inspiration of nature and open space • Facilities for self-directed and organized recreation • Positive alternatives for youth, which help reduce crime and mischief • Activities that facilitate social connections, human development, the arts and lifelong learning Bob Stein Public Services Manager Sam Rensberry Public Works Supervisor Annette Saul Parks & Landscape Supervisor Santee is a proud member of the Greater San Diego Recreation and Parks Coalition for Health and Wellness, and the city is committed to helping create healthier communities by offering spaces, places and programs for health and wellness activities. The heart logo throughout this activity guide identifies programs that provide health and wellness benefits. Come out and enjoy the City of Santee’s many parks and recreation programs. Ed Ruiz Senior Management Analyst 1 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 18 19 20 As part of the Sustainable Santee initiative to decrease costs and paper use, this will be the final printed issue of the City of Santee om mu a Recreation Activity Guide. Detailed nit y in Bal activity information can be found on the city’s web site at www.ci.santee. ca.us on the “For Residents” tab, on the “Recreation Services Division” page. You can also quickly browse the online activity guide and register for programs at http://activenet12.active.com/santeecommserv/. Sustainable C Ken Fox, Chairman Anita Bautista James Dreisbach-Towle Chuck Hattaway Heather Jones Angiolina Mohi Lisa Neely Jay Renard Sandy Renard Dr. Alan Tuthill Rusty Williams Arli Wolfson This is your last printed guide. Sign up for electronic updates! e S PARC nc Santee Park & Recreation Committee Adults Aquatics Early Education Enrichment scan code for online guide and registration Older Adults Outdoor Adventures Parks & Facilities Map Performing Arts Keep up with what is new by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Santee Review newsletter at http://cityofsantee.blogspot.com/. Skate & BMX Park Spring Break Camp Teen Center Youth Sport & Fitness If you are not a current customer, call us at (619) 258-4100 ext. 222 to be added to receive our news and program email updates. Youth Sports Groups Contact List Registration Graphic design: Eva Salas Bill Maertz, Community Services Director City of Santee (619) 258-4100 Ext. 222 Adults Adults Dance & Fitness Winter session starts the week of January 17. No classes January 16 and February 20. Spring session starts the week of April 16. No classes May 28. Register Now Belly Dancing (8 Weeks/10 Weeks) Adults Learn this ancient form of dance to increase your body’s flexibility, muscle tone and strength. Instructor: Sabah Day Time Location R/NR Dates Course Number M 6:30-7:30pm CH-8P $40/54 1/23-3/19 1216.301 M 6:30-7:30pm CH-8P $50/65 4/16-6/25 1216.401 Line Dance (4 Weeks) Adults Get back into the swing of things by learning this hip shakin’, toe tappin’ dance style. Learn new steps and get some good exercise. No partners needed, but sign up with your friends and have a lot of fun. Instructor: Expressions Dance & Movement Center M 10:30-11:15am ED $25/34 1/23-2/13 1207.301 M 10:30-11:15am ED $25/34 2/27-3/19 1207.302 M 10:30-11:15am ED $25/34 4/16-5/7 1207.401 M 10:30-11:15am ED $25/34 5/14-6/11 1207.402 Zumba® (10 Weeks) Self-Defense for Women 13 Years to Adult Learn how to prepare yourself mentally and physically to repel an attacker, and to avoid unsafe situations. For women of any age and/or ability. No previous training required. Wear comfortable clothing. $5 discount for 2nd family member. Girls ages 9-12 may sign up with parent/guardian. Instructor: Trad Am Staff Th 6:30-8:00pm CH-8P $20/27 2/2 1110.301 Th 6:30-8:00pm CH-8P $20/27 5/3 1110.401 Yoga (10 Weeks) Adults Experience a total mind and body tune-up while learning the basics of Kundalini yoga. Class will focus on energizing breath and movement, and using meditation to awaken the spirit. Wear loosefitting clothes; bring a mat and water bottle. Instructor: Guru Amrit W 6:30-7:30pm CH-8P $50/65 1/18-3/21 1117.301 W 6:30-7:30pm CH-8P $50/65 4/18-6/20 1117.401 Adults Are you ready to party yourself into shape? Zumba® is an exhilarating, easy-to-follow, calorie-burning dance fitness party™ that has inspired millions of people to get healthy. Zumba classes feature exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin and international beats. You’ll get fit and your energy level will soar. Bring water, a workout towel and wear shoes with little or no traction. Instructor: Expressions Dance & Movement Center M 7:00-8:00pm ED $65/80 1/23-3/26 1123.301 Sa 8:30-9:30am ED $65/80 1/21-3/24 1123.302 M 7:00-8:00pm ED $65/80 4/16-6/25 1123.401 Sa 8:30-9:30am ED $65/80 4/21-6/23 1123.402 ZUMBA® and the Zumba Fitness logo are trademarks of Zumba Fitness, LLC, used under license. Additional adult fitness on page 2. Winter/Spring Recreation Guide 2012 www.ci.santee.ca.us 1 Adults Fitness Adults Adults A fitness program for mothers with their babies and/or stroller age children, which incorporates power walking and body toning using exercise tubing and the stroller. Taught by certified instructors who are also moms, itâ€™s a great workout for all fitness levels. Register Now Fit4Baby Spiral Fit Yoga (8 Weeks) 16 Years to Adult A blend of contemporary and classical yoga styles, this Golden Spiral certified program focuses on strength training, balance and flexibility. Challenging variations are provided to ensure all students continuously improve within their own abilities. Experience the many benefits a regular yoga workout can bring into your life. Bring a yoga mat and wear comfortable clothing. Instructor: Vanessa Hamilton, Trad Am Karate Day Time Location R/NR Dates Course Number Sa 8:00-9:00am KS $52/67 1/21-3/10 1117.302 Sa 8:00-9:00am KS $52/67 4/21-6/9 1117.402 Karate-All Levels (10 Weeks) A prenatal fitness program that teaches women how to exercise safely and effectively throughout their pregnancy. Designed to accommodate all stages of pregnancy and various fitness levels. Classes are held mornings at Mast Park and now evenings at Town Center Community Park For more information, or to register, go to www.strollerstrides.net/santee or call Branda at (970)231-5474 16 Years to Adult Instructors of this popular martial arts class teach self-defense along with discipline, confidence, balance, and strength. See page 16 for Youth/Family karate class. Instructor: Trad Am Karate Staff Beginning Adult Tu 6:30-7:30pm CH-8P $64/79 1/17-3/20 1109.309 Tu 6:30-7:30pm Novice Adult Tu 7:30-8:30pm CH-8P $64/79 4/17-6/19 1109.409 CH-8P $64/79 1/17-3/20 1109.310 CH-8P $64/79 4/17-6/19 1109.410 CH-8P CH-8P $64/79 $64/79 1/17-3/20 4/17-6/19 1109.311 1109.411 Tu 7:30-8:30pm Intermediate Adult Tu 7:30-8:30pm Tu 7:30-8:30pm Golf (5 Weeks) 15 years to Adult Enjoy the outdoors while improving your golf skills, including putting, chipping and driving. Learn basic skills from a professional at Carlton Oaks Golf Course in Santee. Clubs are available. A $15 fee for range balls is due at the first class. Instructor: Carlton Oaks Staff Sa 9:00-10:00am COGC $65/80 1/21-2/18 1115.301 Sa 9:00-10:00am COGC $65/80 4/21-5/19 1115.401 2 City of Santee Instructors and Businesses Using Park Property Businesses and instructors that wish to use park property for classes, such as sports coaching, lessons, dog training, boot camps, or personal training, are required to obtain a permit from the Community Services Department prior to operating. In addition, all sport teams or leagues that plan to hold practices or games at any Santee park or school must have a valid permit issued to their sponsoring organization. For more information on how to obtain a permit to operate in a Santee park contact Anne Morrison, Recreation Supervisor at (619) 258-4100 ext. 258. (619) 258-4100 Ext. 222 Adults En richment Adult Sport Leagues Register Now (5 Weeks) Adults Computers Adults Computer Basics Hands-on class for those with minimal computer knowledge. Instructor: Jay Renard W 10:00-11:00am B&GC $25/34 1/18-2/15 1406.301 W 10:00-11:00am B&GC $25/34 2/22-3/21 1406.302 W 10:00-11:00am B&GC $25/34 4/18-5/16 1406.401 W 10:00-11:00am B&GC $25/34 5/23-6/20 1406.402 Dog Training (6 Weeks) Adults with dogs Bring: up-to-date vaccination records, standard flat collar, six-footlong nylon or leather leash, bite-size soft doggie treats. No chain collars or leashes. Instructor: Christy Hill, Coaching Creative Canines Puppy Training Dogs 8 Weeks to 4 Months (and any age toy breeds and less than 15 lbs) This class covers basic puppy socialization and foundation. Buckle collar only. Meet on the basketball court. Sa 9:00-10:00am Scent Work WGV $105/120 4/21-5/26 1452.403 9951 Riverwalk Drive Santee visit www.sportsplexusa.com (619)334-1000 Located in Santee Town Center Community Park, this 15-acre sports complex includes three softball/baseball fields with 300 foot fences, synthetic turf outfields and stadium seating, two 180-by-80 foot arena soccer fields, non-abrasive synthetic turf, electronic scoreboards, spectator seating, space for warm-up activities, a four-station batting cage, and a restaurant. Leagues are offered for team and individual players of all skill levels. For a full description of leagues, fees and season starting dates see website or see contacts below: Adult Softball Leagues Dogs 4 Months and Older Teach your dog to use its nose to find articles, the same concepts used for drug and bomb dogs. A wonderful exercise for over exuberant dogs or shy dogs that need to build confidence. Even blind dogs can do this sport. Dogs will work separately to respect each canine and handler. People only (no dogs) at first class. No class March 3. Sa 10:30-11:30am WGV $105/120 2/4-3/17 1452.301 Sa 10:30-11:30am WGV $105/120 4/21-5/26 1452.401 Tricks Class Dogs 4 Months and Older Learn how to do fun tricks such as shake paws/hands, twirl, bow, roll over, play dead and more. Class will also include learning/ review of basic sit, down and stay. Bring a mat or towel for your dog to lie on. No class March 3. Sa 9:00-10:00am WGV $105/120 2/4-3/17 1452.302 Sa 4:00-5:00 pm 1452.402 WGV $105/120 4/21-5/26 Contact Roby Day at (619) 334-1000 ext. 401 Adult Indoor Soccer Leagues Contact Anthony Paz (619) 334-1000 ext. 417 Adult Volleyball League Volleyball games are played on Sunday nights at Santana High School gymnasium. This is a CoRec community activity for fun and exercise. Form a team with your family (ages 16 and up), neighbors or coworkers. Drop-in open play is also available for a fee on Sunday evenings; see City of Santee website or call (619) 258-4100 ext. 258 for more information. Adult Flag Football League - 7 vs. 7 Games played at Town Center Community Parkâ€™s state-of-the-art, lighted synthetic turf football field. 10 week league, enroll today. Visit www.eastcounty.ymca.org or call (619) 449-9622 for more information. Winter/Spring Recreation Guide 2012 www.ci.santee.ca.us 3 e City of Sante 10123 Riverwalk Drive at Town Center Community Park (619) 449-9622 www.eastcounty.ymca.org In partnership with the city of Santee, the Cameron Family YMCA operates an aquatics center that’s open to the general public as well as YMCA members. The center features a 25 meter-by-25-yard swimming pool, an activity pool with play structure, a water slide and water exercise area and locker rooms. Group and private swim lessons are offered year round. Children under the age of 7 must be attended by an adult in the water. Maximum two children to one adult. Aquatic Center SPLASH WEEK 2012 April 2 - 6 & April 9 - 13 OPEN HOUSE A special week of basic swimming techniques and water safety skills for the LOWEST PRICE of the season. Held during spring break for ages 3-13. Sessions: Mon-Fri, 45 minute lessons $20 for YMCA Members $23 for Community Participants HEALTHY KIDS DAY & APRIL POOLS DAY Saturday, April 28, 2012 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. FREE family fun event FREE games, crafts, healthy snacks, activities, water safety information and more. January 2 - 8 Try us out for FREE If you join, we’ll give you 75% off the joining fee! Memberships for all income levels. Winter/Spring Schedule Lap swim through June 24 Mon - Fri 6:00 - 11:00 a.m. Mon - Thur 12:00 - 8:00 p.m. Fri 12:00 - 7:30 p.m. Sat 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Sun 12:45 - 4:30 p.m. Family Swim in lap pool Water Exercise (12 yrs - Adult) $9/class, YMCA Members FREE through April 1, 2012 Mon - Fri 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. Tu/Thur 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Sat 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. April 2 - June 24 Mon - Fri Mon - Fri 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. 12:00 - 4:00 p.m. Mon - Thur 5:30 - 8:00 p.m. Fri 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Sat 12:00 - 4:30 p.m. Sun 12:45 - 4:30 p.m. Activity Pool April 3 through June 24 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. Sat through June 24 8:00 - 9:00 a.m. Tiger Shark Youth Swim Team The activity pool will be closed through April 2 for scheduled maintenance (water slide times vary) Mon - Fri 3:30 - 5:30 pm Sat/Sun 12:00 - 2:00 pm 2:30 - 4:30 pm for YMCA members, monthly fee Mon - Thurs 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Master’s Swim Team $25/month YMCA members, $45/month participants Mon/Wed/Fri 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. Pool may close due to inclement weather. Please check front desk or contact YMCA for revised schedules. Times and fees subject to change. 4 City of Santee (619) 258-4100 Ext. 222 Early Education hands on learning Winter session starts the week of January 17. No classes January 16 and February 20. Spring session starts the week of April 16. No classes May 28. EarlyEducation Providing opportunities for socialization and fun. Children must be potty trained to enroll in all classes except Tiny Tykes. Child must be the correct age by the first day of class and must not exceed the advertised maximum age. Monthly (automatic credit card) payment plans are available. A $20 fee for materials is due at the first class. Tiny Tykes (10 Weeks) 2 Years An innovative introductory class that uses hands-on lessons to teach children social skills, with an emphasis on cooperation, sharing, listening and taking turns. Parents must assist at four (4) class meetings, including field trips. Instructor: Tammie Carlin Day Time M/W/F 9:30-11:30am M/W/F 9:30-11:30am Playtime Pals Location CSD-2 CSD-2 R/NR Dates Course Number Register Now Movement, Music and Me (10 Weeks) 18 Month - 3 Years with Adult You and your child will play together, build creativity, confidence and lifelong friendships. Help your child learn and develop through creative play, movement and music. Books, props and music are used to develop motor, cognitive and social skills. Parent/guardian participation is required. Instructor: Expressions Dance and Movement Center W $255/270 1/18-3/23 1601.301 W $255/270 4/16-6/22 1601.401 (10 Weeks) 3 Years 9:30-10:15am 9:30-10:15am ED ED My First Instrument $65/80 $65/80 1/18-3/21 4/18-6/20 1439.301 1439.401 (8 Weeks) 4 - 5 Years with Adult Children and their adult partner will master the basics of playing the recorder, an ideal first instrument for learning finger dexterity and pitch. Children will be introduced to the joy of playing music together as well as the basics of reading music. A recital will be held $255/270 1/17-3/22 1602.301 at the end of the session. A $10 fee for your own recorder is due at the first class. Parent/guardian participation required. $255/270 4/17-6/21 1602.401 Instructor: Gail Nelson Instructor uses stories, music and art to promote self-esteem and develop social skills. Parents must assist at four (4) class meetings, including field trips. Instructor: Tammie Carlin T/Th 9:30am-12:30pm CSD-2 T/Th 9:30am-12:30pm CSD-2 Kindergartners in Training (10 Weeks) 4 - 5 Years Activities are in sync with Santee School District curriculum to prepare your child to enter kindergarten. Parents must assist at three (3) class meetings, including field trips. Instructor: Sandra Evangilista M/W/F 9:00am-12:00pm CSD-1 M/W/F 9:00am-12:00pm CSD-1 W 3:30-4:10pm CH-7 $65/80 1/25-3/14 1436.301 W 3:30-4:10pm CH-7 $65/80 4/18-6/6 1436.401 Introduction to Music (8 Weeks) Grades K - 1 Learn the basics of music by learning to play the recorder, an ideal $360/375 1/18-3/23 1603.301 first instrument that paves the way for learning other instruments. $360/375 4/16-6/22 1603.401 Students will be introduced to reading music as they learn to play songs. A recital will be held at the end of the session. A $7 fee for your own recorder is due at the first class. Instructor: Gail Nelson W W Winter/Spring Recreation Guide 2012 4:15-5:00pm 4:15-5:00pm CH-7 $65/80 CH-7 $65/80 www.ci.santee.ca.us 1/25-3/14 4/18-6/6 1436.302 1436.402 5 enrichment Winter session starts the week of January 17. No classes January 16 and February 20. Spring session starts the week of April 16. No classes May 28. Register Now Creative Kids (10 Weeks) Every child is creative in their own way and in these classes they will learn how to express it. Bring out the Van Gogh in your youngster; explore the possibilities. Instructor: Cindy Wittbrodt, First grade teacher chef 4 - 8 Years Sketchers Kids will be thrilled with their ability to produce easy and successful drawings. Each class will feature up to a dozen subjects ranging from polliwogs to sharks. Day Th Course Number Time Location R/NR Dates 3:00-4:00pm HC $43/58 1/19-3/22 1301.301 Enrichment Kid Cook 6 - 12 Years (8 Weeks) Participants will receive a Food Handler Training Certificate and learn how to make delicious and fun dishes that are kid-friendly. Harry Potter Edition Creepy Crawlers 4 - 7 Years Learn about insects and arachnids through hands-on models, “buggy books” and related art projects. $10 fee for materials is due at the first class. Th 3:00-4:00pm HC $43/58 4/19-6/21 Mini Michelangelos 1301.401 4 - 8 Years Kids will love making a variety of seasonal art projects, from snowmen to valentines and leprechauns to rabbits. $10 fee for material is due at the first class. HC $43/58 1/19-3/22 1301.302 Th 4:00-5:00pm HC $43/58 4/19-6/21 1301.402 14 - 18 Years Driver education is a state-required prerequisite for teens seeking a driver’s license and is the first step toward obtaining a driver’s permit. The course includes parental involvement. DMV certificates are issued upon successful completion of the course. Students may choose from an internet course, where work can be completed at any time, or a home-study course, which must be completed within 60 days (includes shipping fee). Enroll at any time. Class does not include behind-the-wheel driver training. Online $75/90 1470.301 Home Study $90/105 1470.302 6 City of Santee Tu 4:30-5:30pm CH-7 $74/89 1/17-3/6 1408.301 Gourmet Gallery Transform regular meals into works of art, and other edible creations. Present them at a gallery show where you will cook something special for guests. Tu 4:00-5:00pm Instructor: Arimaw Staff Instructor: Arimaw Staff Th Self Paced Driver Education Learn magic and potions and a ghastly good recipe that will put a spell on you. Students learn magic tricks and yummy recipes and will perform in a end of the session magic show and share morsels with guests. 4:30-5:30pm CH-7 Babysitter Training $74/89 4/17-6/5 1408.401 11 - 15 Years Learn the stages of child development, safety, emergency procedures and the basics of pediatric first aid. Upon completion of class, participants receive a babysitter certificate, manual, first aid kit and a two-year certification in infant and child CPR. Instructor: Lockhart Training F 5:00-9:00pm CH-8A $60/75 2/10 1407.301 F 5:00-9:00pm CH-8A $60/75 5/11 1407.401 (619) 258-4100 Ext. 222 Register Now First Friday Night Out 6 - 12 Years Parents may drop off their kids and have an adult night out or register with your children to spend a fun night together. Scout groups also welcome. Fee is per registrant. Multi-family member discount - $2.50 off second registrant and $5 off for each additional family member living in the same household (discount not available on-line). Instructor: Arimaw Staff Go Green Reduce, reuse and recycle and turn everyday trash into treasures. Let your imagination run wild and create something useful out of nothing. F 6:00-9:00pm CH-7 $15/20 2/3 1412.301 Science has never been so messy and fun. Learn about the science of all things gross, including making slime and Alka Seltzer rockets. F 6:00-9:00pm CH-7 $15/20 3/2 1412.302 Instructor: Momentum Tutoring F F F F F F 3:20-4:20pm 3:20-4:20pm 3:20-4:20pm 3:20-4:20pm 3:20-4:20pm 3:20-4:20pm 6:00-9:00pm CH-7 $15/20 5/4 $36/$49 $36/$49 $36/$49 $18/$24 $36/$49 $36/$49 1/6-1/27 2/3-2/24 3/2-3/23 4/20&27 5/4-5/25 6/1-6/22 1411.301 1411.302 1411.303 1411.401 1411.402 1411.403 Grades 4 - 6 Students are encouraged to work on homework and grade level skills in a well supplied and structured environment. A qualified teacher and trained aides answer questions, check student work, and motivate students to stay on task. Focus is on what they need most as decided by parent, student, classroom teacher, and tutors. Instructor: Momentum Tutoring Make kid-friendly treats and use food to compete in fun games and challenges. Who says you canâ€™t play with your food? F MO MO MO MO MO MO Homework Clinic T/Th T/Th T/Th T/Th T/Th T/Th Dessert Boss Grades 1 - 6 Students transition smoothly into the weekend with fun on Fridays. Theme based activities engage and enrich student knowledge, attitude, and skills. No classes during spring break. Enrichment Slime Time Facts+Friends+Fridays=Fun 6:00-7:00pm MO $126/141 1/3-1/31 1411.304 6:00-7:00pm MO $112/127 2/2-2/28 1411.305 6:00-7:00pm MO $126/141 3/1-3/29 1411.306 6:00-7:00pm MO $56/71 4/17-4/26 1411.404 6:00-7:00pm MO $140/155 5/1-5/31 1411.405 6:00-7:00pm MO $84/99 6/5-6/21 1411.406 For more information contact Momentum Tutoring (619)258-9296, www.momentumtutoring.com 1412.401 See Spring Break camps on page 13. Break it/Build it Take apart everyday items and see how they work. Then put them back together. F 6:00-9:00pm CH-7 $15/20 6/1 1412.402 Wanted! Just Yell Fire! (2 Weeks) Girls 11 - 17 Years Girls have the right to live without fear of assault or abduction. Learn to defend yourself against predators. Class covers empowerment, knowing your rights, safety awareness, safe dating and self defense skills. Wear closed-toe shoes. For further information visit www.justyellfire.com Instructor: Carla Slater Kettrick, Just Yell Fire Certified Trainer Tu Tu 6:00-7:30pm 6:00-7:30pm CH-8A CH-8A Contract Instructors to te ach a varie t y of classes including youth, teen and adult, performing arts, fitness, outdoor adventure and enrichment. For more information contact $10/14 $10/14 2/21&2/28 7110.301 5/15&5/22 7110.401 Winter/Spring Recreation Guide 2012 (619) 258-4100 ext. 258 www.ci.santee.ca.us 7 Get Involved ● Stay Connected ● Be Active 55 Senior Club Wednesdays 9:00 - 11:30 a.m. Active older adults meet at City Hall and other city locations. Drop by for a variety of events each week. No need to register or RSVP. Enjoy the company of others, make new friends and be part of the fun. Participate in the activity of the week, play board games or just visit with friends. Check the monthly schedule at www.ci.santee.ca.us for weekly locations and activities. Trips for Active Older Adults Register Now A $35 discount voucher is available for those who qualify through the Voucher Incentive Program, (VIP), recreation scholarship program. For additional information contact Community Services at (619) 258-4100 ext. 222. The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens Older Adults Thursday, March 22, 2012 Guided Tour & Café Lunch Guided Tour & English Tea/(lunch included) Cost: R/NR $60/75 Cost: R/NR $96/111 Course#: 5203.301 Course#: 5203.302 Spend the day enjoying the cultural treasures of The Huntington Estates in San Marino. Tour will include the library, the many art collections and the beautiful gardens, followed by an English tea and lunch in the Rose Garden Tea Room or lunch on your own in the café. Departure/Return Location: Santee City Hall,10601 Magnolia Ave. Leave: 9:00 a.m. Return: 6:30 p.m. Registration Deadline: Thursday, February 23, 2012 (on your own) Tuesday, May 8, 2012 Cost: R/NR $50/65 Course#: 5216.401 The Museum of Making Music features a mix of permanent and temporary displays that tell the history and development of music through hundreds of vintage instruments, as well as audio and video clips. There’s also a vibrant interactive area where patrons can make their own music. Before returning home, you will have an opportunity to visit the Flower Fields of Carlsbad. Wear your walking shoes. Lunch is on your own at the Carlsbad Premium Outlets. Departure/Return Location: Santee City Hall, 10601 Magnolia Ave. Leave: 9:30 a.m. Return: 5:00 p.m. Registration Deadline: Wednesday, April 18, 2012 To Register for Trips: For more information about programs and trip s for active older adults: www.ci.santee.ca.us >Fo r Residents>Recreation Services Division>scroll down to Older Adults Or call (619)258-4100 ext. 257 8 Museum of Making Music Fill out the registration form in the back of this brochure. Fee is discounted for Santee residents (R). You may mail your registration form or sign up in person at the Community Services office at Santee City Hall, 10601 Magnolia Ave., Building # 6. You may also register online at www.ci.santee.ca.us City of Santee (619) 258-4100 Ext. 222 Explore Mission Trails Day Boo ks to Mo vie s The City of Santee along with the Santee Library offers a book-to-movie discussion group and book club. Each month we’ll read a book, watch the movie, then join in a discussion with the librarian. First Wednesday of each month at 9:00 a.m. at the Santee Library, 9225 Carlton Hills Blvd. Light breakfast provided. For additional information and to RSVP contact Judi Callicott at (619) 258-4100 ext. 257. Ou t and Ab out A day tripper’s delight. This program is for adventurous older adults who like to explore local and regional destinations within San Diego County. Out and About trips are offered monthly. Some of our most recent excursions include outings to the new Mast Park West trail in Santee, Gillespie Field Air & Space Museum, Old Town and Seaport Village. Transportation is not provided. Participants are encouraged to carpool or utilize public transportation when possible. Pre-registration is required. Trip details are available through the Active Older Adults monthly calendar and online at www.ci.santee.ca.us Saturday, May 19 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Free Guided nature walks Talks and programs Live animals Hands-on activities for children Mission Trails Regional Park (619) 668-3281, www.mtrp.org Take advantage of more than 40 miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails at this 6,100-acre reserve, which is one of the nation’s largest urban open space parks. Free outdoor programs include guided nature walks, stargazing and bird watching. For additional information call (619) 668-3281. Mission Trails Regional Park is always recruiting volunteers. Personalized on-the-job training is provided. For more information, contact Visitor Center Director David Lee at (619) 668-3278, firstname.lastname@example.org. Sycamore Canyon Open Space Preserve/ Goodan Ranch (858)513-4737, www.sdparks.org Directions: Goodan staging area - Poway Road, east on Garden Road, south on Sycamore Canyon Road. Hwy. 67 staging area - Southbound Hwy. 67, ½ mile south of Scripps Poway Pkwy. Padre Dam’s Santee Lakes st sses art la Reg ister Now! C January (619)596-3141 www.santeelakes.com 9 Grossmont Adult School The following programs are offered through Grossmont Adult School. Call (619) 588-3500 for registration information or visit www.adultschool.guhsd.net Adult Tennis Outdoor Adventures Hike and bike along miles of trails within 2,200 acres of coastal sage scrub and chaparral-covered hills nestled between the cities of Santee and Poway. Visit the 3,500-square-foot visitor center and ranger office in the canyon, a one-mile walk from the staging area. Free programs offered year-round. Accommodations made for those with disabilities. M 6:00-9:00pm SHS $36 Drawing T 9:00am-12:15pm CH-7 $15 Quilting W 9:00am-12:15pm CH-8P $20 Tai Chi Beg. M 4:00-5:15pm CH-8P $10 Tai Chi Int. W 4:00-5:15pm CH-8P $10 Watercolor W 9:00am-12:15pm CH-7 $15 It is always family time at Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve. The 180-acre preserve features seven scenic fishing lakes and camping including 300 recreational vehicle sites with full hookups, and tent sites. Ten cabins are also available for rent. The linear park includes five miles of walking and bicycling trails, a sprayground and numerous playgrounds and picnic areas. Winter/Spring Recreation Guide 2012 www.ci.santee.ca.us 79 Great Places for Making Memories 1 Santee Offers Affordable Facilities for All Occasions Banquet Facilities 20 River Park 17 21 28 25 24 15 12 Mission Gorge 8 11 Prospect Arlette 7 Key 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 22 19 Location Big Rock Park Boys & Girls Club Santee City Hall - Bldg. 6,7,8 Carlton Hills School Carlton Oaks Golf Course Carlton Oaks School CS Dept. Activity Bldg. 1 CS Dept. Activity Bldg. 2 8125 Arlette Street 8820 Tamberly Way 10601 Magnolia Avenue 9353 Pike Road 9200 Inwood Drive 9353 Wethersfield Road 8115 Arlette Street 10335 Mission Gorge Road Expressions Dance & Movement Center 9225 Carlton Hills #28 Hill Creek School 9665 Jeremy Street Family Kung Fu Center 10769 Woodside Ave. #208 Karate Studio - Trad Am 8955 Carlton Hills Blvd. Santee Lakes 9310 Fanita Parkway Momentum Tutoring 9500 Cuyamaca Street, Ste.101 Mast Park 9125 Carlton Hills Blvd. Public Services Operations Center 9534 Via Zapador Rio Seco School 9545 Cuyamaca Street Sycamore Canyon School 10201 Settle Road Shadow Hill Park 9161 Shadow Hill Road Santana High School 9915 Magnolia Avenue Sportsplex USA 9951 Riverwalk Drive Sky Ranch Park 5850 Cala Lily Street Teen Center 9310 Fanita Parkway Town Center Community Park East 550 Park Center Drive Town Center Community Park West 9409 Cuyamaca Street Woodglen Vista Park 10250 Woodglen Vista Drive West Hills Park 8750 Mast Blvd. YMCA/Aquatics Center 10123 Riverwalk Drive OFF LEASH DOG AREAS Big Rock Park 19 1 Map Park or Facility BR BGC CH CHS COGC COS CSD-1 CSD-2 ED Reservation permits are accepted by HC fax or in person at Santee City Hall, Building 6. Find out if the pavilion you KF KS want is available by calling LAKES (619) 258-4100 ext. 222. MO To view permit prices and download MP the application form, visit the city’s PSOC website - www.ci.santee.ca.us>for RS residents >city parks. Unreserved park SC SHP pavilions are open to the public on a SHS first-come, first-served basis. SPX SRP TC 3 TCCPE TCCPW WGV WHP YMCA 10 Shadow Hill Via Zapador Tamberly Way Olive Lane Fanita Big Rock 16 15 Woodside Mission Gorge 2 Mast Jeremy Street 14 Magnolia Riverwalk Drive 4 Park Center 9 5 Magnolia Mast Pike Road 13 Carlton Oaks Carlton Hills 6 Lake Canyon Fanita Parkway Wethersfield 27 Park Pavilions A great place for hosting family reunions, birthday parties or celebrations in one of Santee’s wellmaintained public parks. Shaded picnic pavilions can be reserved at the city’s six major parks by purchasing a permit from the Community Services Department. An additional permit is required to reserve space in designated areas for inflatable air jumps or to bring in a caterer or other vendor. Pebble Beach Mast 23 3 Woodglen Vista Cuyamaca map not to scale 26 Settle Road 18 N West Hills Parkway The city rents rooms for banquets, receptions, business seminars, etc. at reasonable prices. Three different-sized rooms - the largest can accommodate up to 200 people for meetings and 130 for dining - are available at Santee City Hall at 10601 Magnolia Avenue in Santee. If you prefer a scenic venue, the Santee Teen Center building at Santee Lakes is also available. Information on prices, room sizes, tables and other details are on our website www.ci.santee.ca.us or call (619) 258-4100, ext. 222. Mast Park 8125 Arlette Street 9125 Carlton Hills Blvd. Monday - Friday Woodglen Vista Park 21 22 24 26 10250 Woodglen Vista Drive Fenced off-leash Fenced off-leash area. Daily. Dawn to dusk. area. Daily. Dawn to dusk. Pets must be on a leash while on park sidewalks, trails, courts, and playgrounds at all times. Dawn to 9:00 a.m. Visit www.ci.santee.ca.us for more information. 10 City of Santee (619) 258-4100 Ext. 222 27 Winter session starts the week of January 17. No classes January 16 and February 20. Spring session starts the week of April 16. No classes May 28. Register Now Boys and girls improve their fitness and self-image while developing skills and techniques for a variety of dance styles. Dress in clothes that allow unrestricted movement. Participants must meet the minimum age requirement by the first day of activity and must not exceed the advertised maximum age. Preschool Ballet (10 Weeks) A fun and creative class in which preschoolers learn the fundamentals of ballet technique and dance terms. Props and imaginative instruction are used while focusing on floor work, center, and across-the-floor exercises and combinations. Great for building confidence, discipline, poise, coordination, and flexibility. Instructor: Charleneâ€™s Dance 2 - 3 Years Th 9:15-9:50am CSD-1 $65/80 1/19-3/22 1202.301 Th 9:15-9:50am CSD-1 $65/80 4/19-6/21 1202.401 3 - 5 Years Th 10:45-11:20am CSD-1 $65/80 1/19-3/22 1202.302 Sa 9:45-10:20am CSD-1 $65/80 1/21-3/24 1202.303 Th 10:45-11:20am CSD-1 $65/80 4/19-6/21 1202.402 Sa 9:45-10:20am CSD-1 $65/80 4/21-6/23 1202.403 Introduction to Dance (10 Weeks) Explore basic dance styles, as well as simple rhythm and dance movement. Perfect for first-time dance students. Instructor: Hayley Pennings KinderDance (8 Weeks) www.kinderdance.com Help your child develop their creativity and build self-confidence. Classes include creative movement, ballet, tap, gymnastics and modern dance. Students also learn about colors, numbers, shapes, words and songs. A $20 annual registration fee is due at the first class. Kindertots Th 5:10-5:55pm CSD-1 $65/80 1/19-3/22 1208.301 Th 5:10-5:55pm CSD-1 $65/80 4/19-6/21 1208.401 Ballet & Jazz (10 Weeks) Instructor: Hayley Pennings 4 - 6 Years Th 18 Months - 2 Years Th Development of the total child through gross motor skills, movement creativity, physical development and body awareness. Day Time Location R/NR Dates Course Number CSD-1 $65/80 1/24-3/13 1212.301 Tu 10:00-10:45am CSD-1 $65/80 4/17-6/5 1212.401 Kinderdance 3 - 5 Years A dance, motor development and fitness program. Instruction includes basic ballet, tap, acrobatics and creative movement while blending educational concepts. Tu 11:00am-12:00pm CSD-1 $70/85 1/24-3/13 1212.302 Tu 11:00am-12:00pm CSD-1 $70/85 4/17-6/5 1212.402 6:00-6:45pm CSD-1 $65/80 1/19-3/22 1208.302 6:00-6:45pm CSD-1 $65/80 4/19-6/21 1208.402 6 - 8 Years Th 7:00-7:45pm CSD-1 $65/80 1/19-3/22 1208.303 Th 7:00-7:45pm CSD-1 $65/80 4/19-6/21 1208.403 Most Spring Session Performing Arts students will perform at the Santee Street Fair and the San Diego County Fair, dates to be determined. If you would like your child to have a costume for the performance, you should be prepared to pay a non-refundable costume fee to the instructor at the first class. Costume fees range from $10 to $35, depending on parental support and participation. Winter/Spring Recreation Guide 2012 www.ci.santee.ca.us Performing Arts Tu 10:00-10:45am 3 - 5 Years 11 Performing Arts Get Up & Dance Preschool Combo Dance (6 Weeks) Get dancing at this fast-paced after-school class that also promotes cooperation and team building. Students are introduced to basic Classes consist of a combination of tap, jazz and hip hop skills, as well as creative movement. Participants jazz and ballet. Students are introduced will have the opportunity to perform during National Dance to basic dance steps while learning how to move to music and Week at their school and/or at the Santee Thinks You Can Dance develop coordination and motor skills. The class also reinforces the value of taking turns and working together. Girls must wear a performance on April 21. Early dismissal children will be supervised by instructor until class leotard and tights and have their hair tied back. Boys should wear a white T-shirt and black dance pants. Both ballet and tap shoes are start time. Instructor: Expressions Dance and Movement Center required. (9 Weeks) Instructor: Expressions Dance and Movement Center Grades 3 - 6 3 - 5 Years Tu 2:05-2:50pm CHS $40/54 2/21-3/27 1217.301 M 9:30-10:15am ED $65/80 1/23-3/26 1208.304 W 2:25-3:10pm SC $40/54 2/22-3/28 1217.302 M 9:30-10:15am ED $65/80 4/16-6/18 1208.404 Th 3:10-3:55pm COS $40/54 2/23-3/29 1217.303 Th 3:10-3:55pm RS $40/54 2/23-3/29 1217.304 See â€œOn Broadwayâ€? Dance Camp on page 15. Wanted! Contract Instructors to te ach a varie t y of classes including youth, teen and adult, performing arts,fitness, outdoor adventure and enrichment. For more information contact (619) 258-4100 ext. 258 12 City of Santee (619) 258-4100 Ext. 222 Performing Arts Register Now Dance N Cheer (10 Weeks) Learn the fundamentals of cheerleading including stretches, arm motions, kicks, jumps, voice projection, cheers and chants. Instruction covers beginner stunts, pom poms, sideline dances, and a full routine. This high-energy cheer and dance combo class is great for learning teamwork, and building coordination and confidence. Instructor: Charlene’s Dance 3 - 5 Years Th 10:00-10:35am CSD-1 $65/80 1/19-3/22 1210.301 Sa 9:00-9:35am CSD-1 $65/80 1/21-3/24 1210.302 Th 10:00-10:35am CSD-1 $65/80 4/19-6/21 1210.401 Sa 9:00-9:35am CSD-1 $65/80 4/21-6/23 1210.402 W 5:15-6:10pm W 5:15-6:10pm Pop Stars (10 Weeks) A unique hip-hop/jazz dance and sing-a-long class that will allow Grades K - 3 boys and girls to transform themselves into a pop star. Costumes, accessories, and props are provided that will get students into CSD-1 $70/85 1/18-3/21 1210.303 character, while they learn to perform to their favorite pop songs. CSD-1 $70/85 4/18-6/20 1210.403 Instructor: Charlene’s Dance 3 - 5 Years Grades 3 - 5 W 6:15-7:10pm CSD-1 $70/85 1/18-3/21 1210.304 Tu 5:15-5:50pm CSD-1 $65/80 1/17-3/20 1213.301 W 6:15-7:10pm CSD-1 $70/85 4/18-6/20 1210.404 Tu 5:15-5:50pm CSD-1 $65/80 4/17-6/19 1213.401 Grades K - 5 Visit www.charlenesdance.com for more information. Tu 6:00-7:00pm CSD-1 $70/85 1/17-3/20 1213.302 Tu 6:00-7:00pm CSD-1 $70/85 4/17-6/19 1213.402 Hip-Hop (9 Weeks) Learn the basics of hip-hop while dancing to today’s popular music. Make new friends as you develop coordination and improve your fitness. Wear closed-toe shoes and clothes that allow unrestricted movement. Instructor: Brittany Calkins 4 - 6 Years M 5:45-6:20pm CSD-1 $65/80 1/23-3/26 1204.301 M 5:45-6:20pm CSD-1 $65/80 4/16-6/18 1204.401 M 6:30-7:15pm CSD-1 $65/80 1/23-3/26 1204.302 M 6:30-7:15pm CSD-1 $65/80 4/16-6/18 1204.402 6 - 8 Years 8 - 14 Years M 7:20-8:05pm CSD-1 $65/80 1/23-3/26 1204.303 M 7:20-8:05pm CSD-1 $65/80 4/16-6/18 1204.403 Winter/Spring Recreation Guide 2012 www.ci.santee.ca.us 13 Skate & BMX Park Woodglen Vista Skate & BMX Park 10250 Woodglen Vista Drive (619) 258-4100 ext. 210 www.ci.santee ca.us>ForResidents>Skate Park Private Parties & Lessons Available During Non-Operating Hours Our private/group BMX/skate lessons provide a fun and safe experience. First time to intermediate skaters/bikers ages 3* to adult are welcome. Participants must have a waiver on file and bring a skateboard or BMX bike, helmet, elbow pads and knee pads. Call (619) 258-4100 ext. 210 Private Party: $20 resident per hour, 2 hour minimum (Provides exclusive use of the park. Park rules apply. Lesson not included.) Private Skateboard/BMX Lesson: Skate Park Hou rs $20 resident, one-hour session (One/on/one lesson with an experienced instructor.) Group Skateboard/BMX Lesson: $5 resident per person, one hour session (Minimum of four people. Lesson with experienced instructor.) through June 26, 2012 Wed - Fri 2:00 p.m. - Sunset Sat/Sun 10:00 a.m. - Sunset Closed Mon/Tue with the exception of school holidays (1/16, 2/13, 2/20, 4/2-4/6, 4/9-4/13, 5/28) Closed 12/25/11 See website for school break/ holiday hours of operation. Winter Sessions: Spring Sessions: BMX BMX through March 10, 2012 Wed/Fri 4:00 p.m. - Sunset Wed/Fri 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Thu Sat Sun 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. - Sunset Thu Sat Sun 4:00 p.m. - Sunset 2:00 p.m. - Sunset 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. SKATEBOARD ROLLERBLADES SCOOTERS Wed/Fri Thu Sat Sun 14 March 11 - June 26, 2012 City of Santee 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. - Sunset 2:00 p.m. - Sunset 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (619) 258-4100 Ext. 222 SKATEBOARD ROLLERBLADES SCOOTERS Wed/Fri Thu Sat Sun 4:00 p.m. - Sunset 2:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. - Sunset Spring Break camps Jump Rope Camp Grades 1 - 8 Keep the kids physically active and focused on a healthy lifestyle over spring break. Children learn basic and intermediate jump rope skills over a week long period and put on a performance for family and friends on the final day. Our professional staff has years of experience in creating an upbeat fun-filled experience for kids of all ages. Instructor: USA Jump Stars Day Time Location R/NR Dates M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Register Now Sign up for these one-day workshops to enhance your skill level, learn new tricks and become more comfortable riding the park. Bring skateboard or BMX bike, elbow pads, knee pads, helmet and water bottle. BMX WGV $5/7 WGV $5/7 WGV $5/7 WGV $5/7 WGV $5/7 WGV $5/7 2/4 2/11 2/18 5/5 5/12 5/19 7101.301 7101.302 7101.303 7101.401 7101.402 7101.403 Sun Sun Sun Sun Sun 4104.401 Grades 1 - 8 Instructor: Expressions Dance and Movement Center M-F 1:00-4:00pm ED $125/140 4/2-4/6 Spring Break Skateboard and BMX camps 4104.402 6 - 16 Years Geared toward skaters and BMXers of all levels. Students will learn tricks, maneuvers, how to use all aspects of the skate/BMX park, safety, etiquette and equipment maintenance. Students will be divided by skill level. Bring: skateboard or BMX bike, elbow pads, knee pads, helmet, water bottle and a healthy snack daily. BMX M-F 8:30-11:00am WGV $35/47 4/2-4/6 7101.404 8:30-11:00am WGV $35/47 4/9-4/13 7102.404 Skate Skate Sun 4/2-4/6 Campers will be taught basic jazz skills and technique while learning exciting routines from Broadway musicals. Participants will also learn about character development, stage presence, and the basic components of choreography. If you love musical theater you’ll love this camp. 6 - 16 Years 9:00-10:00am 9:00-10:00am 9:00-10:00am 9:00-10:00am 9:00-10:00am 9:00-10:00am $125/140 “On Broadway” Dance Camp BMX and Skate Morning Workshops Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat Sat ED Course Number 9:00-10:00am 9:00-10:00am 9:00-10:00am 9:00-10:00am 9:00-10:00am 9:00-10:00am WGV $5/7 WGV $5/7 WGV $5/7 WGV $5/7 WGV $5/7 WGV $5/7 2/5 2/12 2/19 5/6 5/13 5/20 7102.301 7102.302 7102.303 M-F See Performing Arts classes on page 11. 7102.401 7102.402 7102.403 Sibling discount available, contact Community Services Department ext. 222 for more information. *Participants under age six must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Woodglen Vista Skate & BMX park annual waiver required for all park sessions/programs. Winter/Spring Recreation Guide 2012 www.ci.santee.ca.us 15 Spring Break Camps Register Now Santee Teen Center way rk pa ta ni Fa 10 93 s at Santee Lake Lake 5 (619) 258-4191 (619) 258-4100 ext. 120 Mon/Tue/Thu: 2:30 - 6:00 p.m. Wed/Fri: 1:00 - 6:00 p.m. Hours adjusted to match early dismissal schedule for Santee School District schools Open to all teens grades 6 -12, up to age 17 Teen Center Closed on Santee School District holidays (See Teen Center calendar for details) The City of Santee Teen Center is an after school and summer break drop-in recreation program for adolescents and teens in grades 6th - 12th (up to 17 years old). Itâ€™s ideal for young people who want to make new friends, have fun and learn new skills. At the Teen Center, teens are free to socialize, play games, or utilize the Cox Communications tech center to do homework. Supervised activities Professional staff After-school transportation Nurturing young leaders A different activity, one indoor and one outdoors, is scheduled each day. Example: one day thereâ€™s a flag football game and a ping pong tournament, the next day its outdoor hockey and cooking creations. The city of Santee, in conjunction with the Santee School District, offers after school bus transportation during the school year to the Santee Teen Center at the Lakes for students in grades 6th-8th. The Teen Center is open every day after school including an adjusted schedule on Santee School District modified days. Transportation is only $10 per week. Registration must be submitted by the Monday prior to enrollment date and is accepted at Santee City Hall or at the Santee Teen Center at the Lakes. Contact Community Services at (619) 258-4100 ext. 222 for more information. The Teen Center is staffed by City of Santee employees who are certified in first aid and CPR and have passed a department of justice background check. Our low staff to participant ratio offers a safe, well-supervised experience and personal connection with each teen. High school students can participate in a leadership program in which they mentor younger teens. Middle school students can learn leadership skills by participating in the Street Team Youth Advisory Committee Annual membership fee Just $20 for Santee residents and $30 for non-residents or $3 per day. Find our membership registration form online. Ready to sign up? Want more information? Call (619) 258-4100 ext. 210 or visit us on the web at www. ci.santee.ca.us >For Residents>Teen Services. Community Service Opportunities Cooking Creations Get Involved Outdoor Recreation 16 City of Santee (619) 258-4100 Ext. 222 Ping Pong Pool Table Teen Stuff Register Now Grades 6 -12, up to age 17* Redesigned by popular demand; a combination of our traditional camp out and lock in. An evening of camp-out activities and spending the night inside the Teen Center watching movies and playing games. Provided: Dinner, Sâ€™mores and breakfast Bring: Pillow, sleeping bag, closed toe shoes, warm clothing and toiletries (sleeping bags available upon request) Items not permitted: Electronics and energy drinks. Registration deadline: Winter - January 11, 2012. Spring - May 9, 2012 Day Time Location R/NR** Dates Course Number Fri-Sat 7:00pm-9:00am TC $20/25 1/13-14 7104.301 Fri-Sat 7:00pm-9:00am TC $20/25 5/11-12 7104.401 Teen Center New! Camp - In Rent the Teen Center for your next event! The Santee Teen Center at the Lakes is available to host parties, meetings and corporate functions. Contact Aliah Brozowski at (619) 258-4100 ext. 120 to schedule your event. Music, Dancing, Games 6:30 - 10:00 p.m. Extended Hours at the Teen Center $5 Members/ $10 Non-members Grades 6 - 12, up to age 17 * Hang out with your friends, watch movies and play games. Come to the Teen Center after school to help plan the Extended Hours activities. Provided: Dinner and drinks Bring: Healthy snacks to share Fri 7:00pm-10:00pm TC $7/10 3/9 7105.301 Fri 7:00pm-10:00pm TC $7/10 6/8 7105.401 SANTEE TEEN CENTER Attend the Santee Teen Center five times within one month to attend the Friday Night Hot Spot of the same month for FREE January 27 February 24 March 30 April 27 May 18 June 22 *Permission slip/registration forms available at www.ci.santee. ca.us>For residents>Teen Services. All participants are required to stay for the entire event unless prior arrangements are made with the parent/guardian listed on the registration form. **Sibling discount available, contact Community Services Department ext. 222 for more information, not available on line. Permission slip required, available at www.ci.santee.ca.us > For Residents > Teen Services See teen enrichment classes on page 6. Cox Communications tech center Wii/XBox Field Trips Fishing Street team Youth Advisory Committee Winter/Spring Recreation Guide 2012 www.ci.santee.ca.us 17 Register Now Jump Rope Winter session starts the week of January 17. No classes January 16 and February 20. Spring session starts the week of April 16. No classes May 28. Grades 1 - 8 (6 Weeks) Karate (10 Weeks) An introduction to American-style karate. Instructors focus on USA Jump Stars promotes jump rope as a means to create a healthy fundamentals of hand, foot and body movements, as well as selfesteem, respect, discipline and confidence. body and mind while developing personal values, team spirit *Instructor permission required for this level. and sportsmanship. Learn basic to intermediate jump rope skills including single rope, Chinese wheel, two-person-one-rope, double Instructor: Trad Am Karate Studio dutch, and long rope. Learning competitive jump rope tricks is Karate Kids 5 - 6 Years challenging, fun and great exercise. Instructor: USA Jump Stars Day Th Location Time 3:30-4:30pm ED R/NR $75/90 Dates Course Number 1/19-2/23 1404.301 Tu 3:45-4:30pm CH-8P $54/69 1/17-3/20 1109.301 Tu 3:45-4:30pm CH-8P $54/69 4/17-6/19 1109.401 Beginning Karate Tu Tu 4:30-5:30pm 4:30-5:30pm 7 - 17 Years CH-8P CH-8P $64/79 $64/79 1/17-3/20 4/17-6/19 1109.302 1109.402 6 - 17 Years Youth Sports & Fitness Sa Sa 1:00-2:00pm 1:00-2:00pm KS KS $64/79 $64/79 1/21-3/24 4/21-6/23 Novice/Intermediate* 1109.303 1109.403 7 - 17 Years Tu Tu 5:30-6:30pm 5:30-6:30pm CH-8P CH-8P $64/79 $64/79 1/17-3/20 4/17-6/19 1109.304 1109.404 Sa Sa 2:00-3:00pm 2:00-3:00pm KS KS $64/79 $64/79 1/21-3/24 4/21-6/23 1109.305 1109.405 Karate for Two Adult & Child 6 Years + Fee includes one adult & one child. Each additional family member is $35. Beginning Junior Golf 7 - 14 Years (5 Weeks) Learn the basic elements of the golf swing, plus tips on driving, putting and chipping. Clubs are provided. A $15 fee for range balls is due at the first class. Instructor: Carlton Oaks Staff Sa Sa Sa 12:00-1:00pm 12:00-1:00pm 12:00-1:00pm COGC COGC COGC $65/80 $65/80 $65/80 1/21-2/18 1115.302 4/21-5/19 1115.402 5/26-6/23 1115.403 Tu 6:30-7:30pm CH-8P $95/110 1/17-3/20 1109.306 Tu 6:30-7:30pm CH-8P $95/110 4/17-6/19 1109.406 Novice* Tu 7:30-8:30pm CH-8P $95/110 1/17-3/20 1109.307 Tu 7:30-8:30pm CH-8P $95/110 4/17-6/19 1109.409 Intermediate* Tu 7:30-8:30pm CH-8P $95/110 1/17-3/20 1109.308 Tu 7:30-8:30pm CH-8P $95/110 4/17-6/19 1109.408 See Jump Rope Camp on page 15. 18 City of Santee (619) 258-4100 Ext. 222 Indoor Soccer Mighty Mites instructional program and youth recreation and competitive leagues offered at Sportsplex USA. Visit www.sportsplexusa.com for additional information. Register Now Kung Fu Tennis (4 Weeks) 6 - 15 Years (5 Weeks) Self-defense skills and hand-eye coordination are emphasized, along with increasing flexibility, strength and balance. Basic tumbling and break fall skills are also taught, as well as the Shaolin Kung Fu Crane form. Certificate awarded for successful completion of class. No class February 4 and May 5. 10:00-10:45am 10:00-10:45am KF KF $30/41 $30/41 1/21-2/25 4/21-5/26 1114.301 1114.401 Work on warm-ups, injury prevention, endurance and skills. Court etiquette and sportsmanship are emphasized. Beginner through advanced levels are welcome. Skills will be assessed at the first class to ensure proper placement. Bring your own racket. A $5 fee for balls is due at the first class. Instructor: Andrea Pino-Vlassis W 5:30-6:30pm SHS $45/60 1/18-2/8 W 5:30-6:30pm SHS $45/60 2/15-3/7 1108.302 W 5:30-6:30pm SHS $45/60 4/18-5/9 1108.401 W 5:30-6:30pm SHS $45/60 5/16-6/6 1108.402 PHONE ORGANIZATION American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) 1108.301 WEBPAGE 334-4630 www.ayso341.org Boys and Girls Club of East County 440-1600 www.bgcec.org Santana National Little League Baseball 250-6472 www.leaguelineup.com Santee American Basketball www.santeebasketball.com Santee Girls ASA Softball 322-0067 www.eteamz.com/santeeasa Santee Pioneer National Little League Baseball 647-3473 www.eteamz.com/spnll Santee Sports Council 249-3407 www.santeesportscouncil.org Santee Starlings Girls Volleyball 733-6561 www.santeevolleyball.com Santee Ravens Football & Cheer 438-0773 www.santeeravens.com Santee Warriors Girls' Basketball 379-8239 www.santeewarriorsbball.net Shooterz Lacrosse (858)752-0363 www.shooterzlacrosse.com Sultan Water Polo 823-7656 United Santee Little League (ages 13-18) 244-1240 www.eteamz.com/unitedsantee West Hills Little League Baseball 212-0570 www.westhillslittleleague.org Winter/Spring Recreation Guide 2012 Youth Sports & Fitness Instructor: Jeff Thornbloom, Family Kung Fu Center Sa Sa 8 - 14 Years www.ci.santee.ca.us 19 Recreation Services Office Hours Monday - Thursday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Website: www.ci.santee.ca.us Phone: (619) 258-4100 ext. 222 Para información en Español llame a Fax: (619) 258-4189 E-mail: email@example.com P roof of (619) 258-4100 ext. 128 R esidency A resident (R) is a person who lives within the city limits of Santee. Residency is based on the address of the class participant, not on the address of the payee. Proof of residency is required. Acceptable documents are: address imprinted on personal check, current property tax bill, utility bill, or driver’s license. (First time registrants only.) Non-residents (NR) are welcome to sign up for our programs. An additional fee applies. P roof of Complete the registration form on the next page and submit it along with the required residency verification. If applicable, submit your age verification, and/or Voucher Incentive Program letter in one of the following ways: A ge (Minor registrants - first time only) Proof of age must be provided the first time you register with us. Participants must meet the minimum age requirement by the first day of activity and must not exceed the advertised maximum age. Proof of birth date is required. Acceptable documents are: birth certificate, immunization card, health card, or passport. 5 Ways to Register Payment is required at the time of registration. 1 O nline : Use convenient online registration for activities. Go to www.ci.santee.ca.us and click on For Residents, select Recreation Services Division, click on the Register Online button. (Note: a convenience fee applies, VIP and family discount not available online.) Customers may need to establish a new log on by calling (619) 258-4100 ext. 222. 2 M ail 3 F ax : You may fax your 4 D rop O ff : Hand deliver 5 W alk -I n : You may register at our offices during regular business hours. Late registration is accepted, in most cases, through the first week of classes. F inancial A ssistance Registration The Voucher Incentive Program (V.I.P.) provides financial assistance, to children, teens, and seniors to participate in city recreation programs. Funding is provided through funds raised by the Santee Park and Recreation Committee (SPARC) and recreation activity donations. To be eligible, applicants must live in Santee and have a total household income that meets U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development guidelines. Applications can be obtained at Santee City Hall, 10601 Magnolia Avenue, Building 6. For more information call (619) 258-4100 ext. 222. 100% S atisfaction G uaranteed If you are unsatisfied with your experience, you may apply for a transfer, credit or refund by submitting a written request within the same session. A fee may apply. If an activity is cancelled due to a lack of enrollment, you can register for an alternative activity, if available, or request a refund. The Recreation Services Division reserves the right to cancel or combine activities, or change instructors as needed. The City of Santee is proud to be affiliated with KIT. Please contact Community Services at (619) 258-4100 ext. 258 three (3) weeks prior to start date of program if your child requires accommodations due to a medical condition or disability. to : Recreation Programs, City of Santee 10601 Magnolia Avenue, Bldg. 6 Santee, CA 92071 registration (credit cards only) to (619) 258-4189. completed registration in a sealed envelope to our 24-hour drop box at 10601 Magnolia Avenue, Bldg. 6. (No cash) 3 M ethods of P ayment Payment is required at the time of registration. You may pay by any of the following methods: 1 20 City of Santee C redit MasterCard and Visa (619) 258-4100 Ext. 222 2 C heck Payable to "City of Santee" 3 C ash Walk-in only, do not mail cash City of Santee Recreation Services The City’s Liability Waiver must be signed by all participants over the age of 18, or if minor, by a parent/guardian. Unsigned waivers will cause your registration to be returned unprocessed. Thank you for your cooperation. Please print in ink and fill out completely One form per family - form may be copied Primary Adult Contact First Name Last Name oResident Address oNon-resident City State Zip Home Phone Other Phone Email Authorized Pick Up/Emergency Contact (different from above) Phone Number Relationship Participant #1 Participant #2 Name: __________________________________ Gender: M Address (if different from Primary Contact): F DOB: __________ Name: __________________________________Gender: M F Address (if different from Primary Contact): DOB: __________ ________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ City: ______________________ City: ______________________ State: _____ Zip: ____________ State: _____ Zip: ____________ Medical concerns and information: Medical concerns and information: oSpecial accommodations needed to participate in the activity. oSpecial accommodations needed to participate in the activity. oAllergies, behavior/attention issues, injuries or illness. __________________________________ Details oCurrently taking medication. __________________________________ Name/Dosage/Purpose oMedication needed/taken during program hours. (Youth; if box checked. Administration of Medication form required.) Youth Only oParticipant may sign themselves in/ out of activity. oCustody concerns. oAllergies, behavior/attention issues, injuries or illness. __________________________________ Details oCurrently taking medication. __________________________________ Name/Dosage/Purpose oMedication needed/taken during program hours. (Youth; if box checked. Administration of Medication form required.) Youth Only Where did you find information about this program? c City Web Site c Santee School District Web Site c Facebook c Email c Printed Brochure from Other Location c Other oParticipant may sign themselves in/ out of activity. oCustody concerns. Registration Program Registration Participant’s First & Last Name Class/Activity Start Date Day Time Site Course# Subtotal Program Registration Fee Method of Payment Credit Card c Visa c MasterCard PRINT EXACT NAME ON CARD Fee FAX (619)258-4189 Check Payable to the City of Santee ($10 returned check fee) c Cash Walk-In ONLY Mail to: Recreation Programs, City of Santee 10601 Magnolia Ave., Bldg. 6 Santee, CA 92071 PLEASE, No Cash in Drop Box c Card# Expiration Date VIP - Recreation Activity Fund Donation+ TOTAL Signature Release from Liability, Indemnification, and Photographic Release. (Please read before signing.) I, the undersigned, do hereby agree to participate and/or allow the participant(s) listed above to participate in the recreation program(s) indicated. I understand that recreation programs, by their very nature, can present circumstances that place the participant at some risk of injury. Among factors affecting potential for injury are the inherent risks of the activity and the participant’s aptitude and intensity of involvement. I understand and agree that I am and/or the above-named participant(s) is/are entered into this program at my/ their own risk. In consideration of the acceptance of this registration form for the activities listed, the participant(s) named on this form or his/her legal guardian, agrees as follows: I understand the nature and content of the activity(ies) listed and am aware of the potential dangers incidental to engaging in the program(s). I agree to release, indemnify, defend and hold the City of Santee, its officers, employees, agents, volunteers and independent contractors harmless and free from any and all liability of any nature resulting directly or indirectly from participation in the(se) program(s), including but not limited to liability for any and all demands, damages, claims, suits, liens and judgments, including costs and attorneys’ fees, of whatever nature, or for injury or death of any person, damage to property, or interference with the use of property, arising from or in connection with participation in the program(s). In the unlikely event of a serious injury, emergency medical providers will be directed to properly treat participant(s) and if needed, they will transport participant(s) to the hospital. Your signature below satisfies the following requirements: It authorizes staff to seek necessary medical attention for your participant(s) in an emergency. It confirms the information on this form is correct to the best of your knowledge. I permit the Community Services Department to use and publish photographs and/or videotapes of me and/or my children for purposes of presenting recreation activities to the community and to promote the recreation program to prospective clients and/or participants. I also give permission to release such photographs and/or videotapes to the news media in support of the program. I have carefully read this Indemnity, Release, Waiver and Assumption of Risk Agreement and fully understand its contents and understand that it shall be binding upon me, my heirs, successors and assigns. I am aware that this is a full release of liability and sign it of my own free will. THE CITY OF SANTEE DOES NOT HAVE OR PROVIDE MEDICAL OR ACCIDENTAL INSURANCE FOR PERSONS INVOLVED IN PROGRAMS SPONSORED BY THE CITY OF SANTEE’S DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY SERVICES. Parent's or Guardian’s signature is required for participants who are under age 18. Signature(s): ALL adult participants over 18 and parent/guardian of minor participants are required to sign. Winter/Spring Recreation Guide 2012 Date: www.ci.santee.ca.us Release from Liability, Indemnification, and Photographic Release. (Please read before signing.) 21 S an tree est March 17 9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. City of Santee Aquatics Center/ Cameron Family YMCA Spring Eggstravaganza April 7 9:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Padre Dam’s Santee Lakes (Lake 5) Santee Summer Concert Series June 14 August 16 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. Town Center Community Park East Blues & BBQ July 19 5:30 - 8:30 p.m. Town Center Community Park East Santee Salutes July 4 3:30 – 9:30 p.m. Town Center Community Park East Santee Bluegrass Festival September 22 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. Town Center Community Park East Holiday Lighting Celebration November 16 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. F an 20 50 100 68 n EarthDay celebratio 3.92 6.67 13.73 0 SanTree Fest 90.59 24.71 96.86 10.59 48.63 18.43 77.65 4.71 34 79 97 26 Santee Blue g rass Festival Thursdays (except July 5) Dine while the Bluegrass Shines City of Santee (619) 258-4100 Ext. 222 Santee Trolley Square