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Recreation Guide Summer 2018

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Table of Contents

3231 Main Street

Registration Form .................................. 4 City Contacts.......................................... 6 National Night Out ................................. 6

Oakley, Ca 94561

Adult Karate ..........................................

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Beading ................................................. Adult Basketball .................................... Main Street Car Show ............................ BRIXTEC Camps .....................................

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Recreation Manager

Wizardry Camp .....................................

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Lindsey Bruno

Slime Squad Camp ................................

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925-625-7042

Tennis Camp .......................................... 9

Recreation Division Office

Registration and Information Desk 925-625-7041

bruno@ci.oakley.ca.us

Basketball Camps ..................................

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Flag Football Camp ................................ 11 Recreation Coordinator

Parks Map .............................................. 12 & 13

Cindy Coelho

Group Picnic Rental Information ........... 14

925-625-7044

Online Driver's Education .....................

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coelho@ci.oakley.ca.us

Karate ...................................................

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Biddy Sports ..........................................

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Summer Blaze Day Camp ......................

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Youth CORE Summer Camp ..................

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Senior Recreation Leader Cindy Tumin 925-625-7041 tumin@ci.oakley.ca.us

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Oakley's Annual Fishing Derby .............. 18 Coloring Contest .................................... 19 Movies in the Plaza ................................ 20

The Recreation Division reserves the right to photograph and video record events, programs, classes and facilities for advertising use on our web site and Recreation Guide only.

Oakley Restaurant Week ....................... 21 Summer Concert .................................... 22 Oakley's Got Talent ................................ 23

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REGISTRATION FORM

Recreation Division 3231 Main Street Oakley, Ca 94561

Participant Name: ___________________________ Program Name:

Program Number:

Oakley Resident:

Age/Grade:

Program Fee:

Parent/Guardian (If under 18): __________________________________ Street Address: __________________________________ City: ______________ State: ________ Zip: ________ Day Phone: ___________

Evening Phone: ___________

Mobile Phone: __________

E-mail Address: ____________________________________

Please make checks payable to The City of Oakley (Return check fee of $25.00 will be automatically charged to the liable guardian or participant of said activity) As the parent/guardian of a minor participating in the City of Oakley’s Recreation Programs, Field Trip and Services, I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury. This Waiver, Release and Indemnity Agreement is intended to discharge in advance the City of Oakley, the Oakley Union School District, the Liberty Union High School District and its officers, employees, volunteers, and agents from any and all liability arising out of or connected in any way with myself or my child/ward’s participation in said activity, even though that liability may arise out of negligence or carelessness on the part of the persons or entities mentioned above. It is further agreed that this Waiver, Release and Indemnity Agreement is to be binding on my heirs and assignees. I agree to assume the full risk of any injuries, damages or loss that I or my minor child/ward may sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with or associated with each activity. I additionally agree to indemnify the City against any claims or rights of action for damages which I or the minors has/have before or after they reach age of majority. I further agree that certain marketable information may be used in accordance with State Laws and regulations. Such items include: e-mail addresses, photos and press releases that include statements made by myself or my child/ward in publication of said activities. In the event of any emergency, I authorize City Officials to secure from any licensed hospital, physician, and/or medical personnel any treatment deemed necessary for my minor child’s immediate and emergency care if it be deemed to sustain life. I also agree that I will be responsible for payment of any and all medical services rendered. In case of emergency whom should we contact?

Name: __________________

Phone:_____________

Relationship: _____________

Name: __________________

Phone: _____________

Relationship: _____________

Physician: ______________

Insurance Carrier: ______________

Group Number: ______________

Please tell us if you or your child has any medical conditions, dietary restrictions, special needs, language barriers, or other issues that may present themselves during the course of the program. Please list and indicate if you request an accommodation for the facility or program. Indicate none if no conditions or accommodations are requested.

____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________________ * I agree to all of the above conditions: * I understand that I am subject to dismissal from participation of said activity for inappropriate and disrespectful behavior. * I understand that my child’s/ wards enrollment is subject to dismissal due to certain violations of the Recreation Division’s program code of conduct (available for viewing in the Recreation Division main office.) * I have read and fully understand the above Waiver, Release and Indemnity Agreement and Permission to Secure Treatment. Participant/ Guardian Signature: ____________________________________

Date: ______________

Please indicate shirt size and gender, specific programs may receive shirts. Shirt Size: _____________

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PRE-REGISTRATION

Please register one week prior to the class start date. Each class has a minimum enrollment requirement to cover the cost of the program. Early registration is recommended.

ACCOMMODATIONS

Please indicate special accommodations required on the registration form and speak to the program supervisor two weeks in advance. To request a copy of this guide in alternative formats please contact the Recreation Division at 925-625-7041.

REFUNDS

Refunds must be requested prior to the start of the first sessions. All facility and class refunds will be assessed a processing fee. No refunds will be given after the program has started.

YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP

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Scholarships are available for incomequalified youth who reside in Oakley. Applications are available online and at City Hall.

WHAT SHOULD I BRING?

Required items will be listed in the class or program description. For questions please contact the program supervisor.

PLAN AHEAD

City Hall is closed the first and third Friday of every month.

Creating Community Through People, Parks, and Programs.

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CONTACT INFORMATION

CITY HALL/ CITY SERVICES

Building & Code Enforcement 925-625-7002 City Attorney 925-625-7000 City Manager 925-625-7007 City Clerk 925-625-7013 Planning 925-625-7000 Economic Development 925-625-7006 Finance (Business Licenses) 925-625-7018 Human Resources 925-625-7011 Parks 925-625-7039 Police (Non-Emergency) 925-625-8855 Public Works/Engineering 925-625-7037 Recreation 925-625-7041 City Hall office hours are from 8am to 6pm MondayThursday and 8am to 5pm on Fridays. Closed the first and third Friday of each month.

AGENCIES SERVING OAKLEY Chamber of Commerce Liberty Union High School District Antioch Unified School District Ironhouse Sanitary District East Contra Costa Fire Protection District Oakley Union Elementary School District Animal Control Oakley Library Oakley Disposal Oakley Senior Center Diablo Water District Tri-Delta Transit Pacific Gas & Electric

925-625-1035 925-634-2166 925-706-4100 925-625-2279 925-634-2279 925-625-0700 925-646-2995 925-625-2400 925-757-7660 925-626-7223 925-625-3798 925-754-6622 800-468-4743

YOUTH SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS East County Hotshots Delta Peanut Baseball League Brentwood Pony Oakley Liga Latina Soccer Impact Soccer Club Delta Youth Soccer California Football Academy Flag Football

925-392-5755 925-706-1994 925-516-3912 925-727-8490 925-516-8260 925-439-4396 925-625-2222

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If you are planning a National Night out event, we would like to attend! Members of the Oakley Police Department can swing by, say hello, and be available for questions. To arrange for a member of the Oakley Police Department to be at your event email Marisa Aguilar at aguilar@ci.oakley.ca.us or call 925-625-8854.

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Age: 10 and up Location: 310 Fourth Street Instructor: Ronin Dragon Dojo Staff Students will learn karate movements, skills, and techniques as they develop discipline and respect for one’s self and others. Participants will have fun learning techniques and sparring in a safe environment. Class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays for a total of 12 instructional hours per session. All testing fees are payable to the instructor prior to the test. Fee: $70 Residents $80 Non-Residents Class # Dates Day Time RK035 5/29-7/5 T &Th 7:00pm-8:00pm RK036 7/10-8/16 T &Th 7:00pm-8:00pm RK037 8/21-9/27 T &Th 7:00pm-8:00pm

BEADING

Age: Teens and Adults Location: 310 Fourth Street Instructor: Donna Cooper Each week is an interesting beading project using different methods to create your personal jewelry. Class projects include earrings, bracelets, and necklaces in alternative patterns and styles. This is a great place to explore your creativity while socializing with others who share the same desires. Learn to market your creations and maybe make some income with your new-found hobby! ALL MATERIALS INCLUDED IN ONE LOW FEE! Residents $48 Class # BEAD037 BEAD038 BEAD039

Non-Residents $58 Dates Day 6/11-7/16 M 7/23-8/27 M 9/10-10/15 M

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

ADVANCED BEAD WEAVING

Age: 18 and up Location: 310 Fourth Street Instructor: Donna Cooper This is a class for those with prior beading experience that are looking for a challenge! Each four-week session will focus on specific projects using smaller (seed) beads and more intricate patterns. Instructor approval is required. Residents $50 Non-Residents $60 Class # Dates Day ADBEAD018 5/17-6/7 Th ADBEAD019 6/14-7/5 Th ADBEAD020 7/12-8/2 Th ADBEAD021 8/9-8/30 Th ADBEAD022 9/6-9/27 Th

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

ADULT BASKETBALL

Age: 18 and up Location: O'Hara Park Middle School Instructor: Melissa Morrissey This basketball class offers players the opportunity for 3 on 3 or 4 on 4, half-court games without the commitment of a league. Have fun while getting a great aerobic workout! Some blackout dates for school functions apply. Pre-registration is required. Residents $45 Non-Residents $95 Class # Dates Day BBALL010 8/8-12/19 W No class 10/3, 10/10 & 11/21

Time 7:30-9:00pm

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Coming Soon Koda Dog Park! Koda Dog Park is starting to take shape with the construction of Phase 2. The walkways through the park have been set and fencing for the designated play areas and landscaping are soon to follow. The Park will have designated areas for large dogs, small dogs, and for agility training. The added amenities to this project such as a prefabricated restroom and a shaded group picnic area, will be installed to benefit users of the existing Nunn-Wilson Family Park and future visitors of Koda Dog Park. Phase 1 of the project which installed the restroom and parking lot is nearly complete, all that remains is an electrical connection that will provide power to the park. We are expecting to open the park sometime this spring for all users, especially for all dogs and pet owners in our community.

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Calling all muggles for the Challenge Island Wonderful World of Wizardry Camp! Our wizarding tribes will take on spellbinding STEAM challenges from designing magic wands to building a Hogwarts castle to mixing up mystical potions. This popular camp is every bit as magical as it sounds – a must for every Potter fan!

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Age: 9-14 years old Location: Iron House Elementary School Library Instructor: Wes Pitter Are you ready for bigger Lego projects? BrixTEC is all about fun new projects using technology, engineering, and coding with Lego! We will learn or sharpen our programming skills using Lego Mindstorm robots to team up for exciting engineering and coding challenges. We will take on bigger engineering projects, pushing our bricks to the limit! Snacks and a Lego creation to take home are provided. Register by June 4 to receive a special Lego mini-figurine.

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SUMMER CAMPS

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Fee: $170 Residents $180 Non-Residents Class # Dates Day Time BXTC001

6/18-6/22

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6/25-6/29

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BRIXCAMP Age: Location: Instructor:

6-12 years old Iron House Elementary School Library Wes Pitter

BrixCamp is an exciting day full of awesome Lego experiences! In a room stocked full of organized Lego, expert builder Mr. Pitter will lead creative building experiences, from fun contests to exciting team competitions. Campers will learn building techniques and expand their creativity through engaging activities, and will have access to many different Lego themes such as City, Friends, Star Wars, and Minecraft, for play and inspiration. Daily snacks are provided, and every camper wins a prize! Register by Monday, June 4 to receive a special mini-figurine! Fee: $160 Residents $170 Non-Residents Class # Dates Day Time BRIX001

6/18-6/22

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SLIME SQUAD CAMP

Age: 6-12 years old Location: 315 Fifth Street Instructor: Challenge Island Staff Are you slime crazy? Do you love making squishy, squeezy stuff? If so, Challenge Island Slime Squad Camp is the place for you! You and a tribeful of friends will dive into a new slime-filled world every day, from alien ooze to ghostly goo to monster muck to lava, too! No matter how you stretch it, Challenge Island Slime Squad Camp promises to be a STEAM-riffic adventure of a lifetime! $10 lab fee payable to instructor at first class. Fee: $180 Residents $190 Non-Residents Class # Dates Day Time CISS001

6/11-6/15

M-F 9:00am-Noon

TENNIS CAMP

Age: 4-18 years old Location: Diamond Hills Sports Club Instructor: Craig Lazarchik Tennis campers spend fun-filled days learning new skills, participating in fun drills, and competing in inter-club matches and tournaments! The one-week program is supervised by DHSC Tennis Director Craig Lazarachik and a staff of certified tennis instructors. Campers can also participate in optional supervised swimming, as well as SNAG Golf, a proven learning and training tool for entry level golfers. Residents $185 Non-Residents $195 Class # Dates Day Time TCAMP068 6/11-6/15 M-F 9:00-4:00pm TCAMP069 6/18-6/22 M-F 9:00-4:00pm TCAMP070 6/25-6/29 M-F 9:00-4:00pm TCAMP071 7/9-7/13 M-F 9:00-4:00pm TCAMP072 7/16-7/20 M-F 9:00-12:00pm Summer 2018 | www.oakleyinfo.com | 925-625-7041

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Age: 4-18 years old Location: Diamond Hills Sports Club Instructor: Craig Lazarchik

Tennis campers spend fun-filled days learning new skills, participating in fun drills, and competing in inter-club matches and tournaments! The one-week program is supervised by DHSC Tennis Director Craig Lazarachik and a staff of certified tennis instructors. Campers can also participate in optional supervised swimming, as well as SNAG Golf, a proven learning and training tool for entry level golfers. Residents $125 Non-Residents $135 Class # TCAMP063 TCAMP064 TCAMP065 TCAMP066 TCAMP067

Dates 6/11-6/15 6/18-6/22 6/25-6/29 7/9-7/13 7/16-7/20

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SKYHAWKS BASKETBALL Instructor: Skyhawks Sports

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also focus on respect, teamwork, and responsibility. All participants receive a T-shirt, basketball, and Skyhawks Award Medal. Fee: $150 Residents $160 Non-Residents Age: 6-8 years old Location: Crockett Park Class #

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SKYHAWKS MULTI-SPORT CAMP

Age: 7-12 years old Location: Laurel Ballfields Instructor: Skyhawks Sports

This action packed outdoor Multi-Sport program allows your child to play all of their favorite games in one setting. For this program, we combine Soccer, Basketball, and playground games such as Dodgeball into one fun-filled session! Your young athlete will learn the essential rules, strategies, and skills of each sport, along with vital life lessons such as teamwork and sportsmanship. All participants receive a T-shirt and award medal. Participate should wear appropriate clothing and bring snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen.

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SKYHAWKS MINI-HAWK CAMP

Age: 4-6 years old Location: Laurel Ballfields Instructor: Skyhawks Sports

This ultimate multi-sport camp combines baseball, golf, soccer, and track & field allowing young athletes to develop a passion for a variety of sports in one fun-filled setting. Participants explore balance, body movement, coordination, self-esteem, teamwork, sportsmanship, and sport specific skill development in a structured environment with lots of encouragement! All participants receive a Skyhawks Soccer Ball, T-shirt and Award Medal. Participate should wear appropriate clothing, snacks, a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen.

SKYHAWKS FLAG FOOTBALL CAMP

Age: 6.5- 11 years old Location: Laurel Ballfields Instructor: Skyhawks Sports

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Skyhawks Flag Football is the perfect introduction to America’s Game! Through our “skill of the day” campers will learn skills on both side of the ball including the core components of passing, catching, and de-flagging or defensive positioning – all presented in a fun and positive environment. All campers receive a t-shirt and a merit award! Participants should wear appropriate clothing and running shoes: bring two snacks, a water bottle, and sunscreen. This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate football player. Fee: Residents $150 Non-Residents $160 Class # Dates Day Time SFF001

6/18-6/22

Mon.-Fri.

9:00am-Noon

Fee: Residents $150 Non-Residents $160 Class # Dates Day Time SMH005

6/25-6/29

Mon.-Fri.

9:00am-Noon

OOAKLEY AKLEY 2018 2018 SUMMER BIKE CHALLENGE CHALLENGE SUMMER BIKE Explore from the the seat seatofofaabike! bike! Explore your your town town from

Free, healthy, fun for all ages! 511 Contra Costa’s recreational bike Free, healthy, fun for all ages! 511 Contra Costa’s recreational bike

promotion is back. Bike around town, cross off destination squares, pick promotion is back. Bike around town, cross off destination squares, pick up free treats, and enter the Grand Prize drawing! Challenge Cards are up free treats, and enter the Grand Prize drawing! Challenge Cards are available at City Hall, the library, and online at www.511ContraCosta.org/SBC available at City Hall, the library, and online at www.511ContraCosta.org/SBC

FREE STUFF! FREE STUFF!June June12, 12,9-11 9-11am amCity City Hall Hall FREE STUFF! June 20, 1-4 pm POOL-Brentwood Complex FREE STUFF! June 20, 1-4 pm POOL-Brentwood Aquatic Aquatic Complex FREE STUFF! Island FREE STUFF!June June27, 27,10 10am am- -12 12pm pm   Downtown-Yogurt Downtown-Yogurt Island FREE STUFF! Center FREE STUFF!July July12, 12,10 10am am- -12 12pm pmBig Big Break Break Visitor Center FREE STUFF!July July16, 16,9-11 9-11am amHolly Holly Creek Creek Park Park FREE STUFF! FREE STUFF!July July19, 19,10 10am am- -12 12pm pmLibrary Library FREE STUFF!

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Location: 310 Fourth Street Instructor: Ronin Dragon Dojo Staff

Students will learn karate movements, skills, and techniques as they develop discipline and respect for one’s self and others. Participants will have fun learning techniques and sparring in a safe environment. Class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays for a total of 12 instructional hours per session. All testing fees are payable to the instructor prior to the test. Fee: $70 Residents $80 Non-Residents Ages: 10 years old and Up Class # Dates Day Time RK035 5/29-7/5 T &Th 7:00pm-8:00pm RK036 7/10-8/16 T &Th 7:00pm-8:00pm RK037 8/21-9/27 T &Th 7:00pm-8:00pm Ages:4-9 years old Class # RDK035 RDK036 RDK037

Dates 5/29-7/5 7/10-8/16 8/21-9/27

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

ONLINE DRIVER’S EDUCATION

Age: 15 years old and up Location: Online Instructor: Erika Vieyra

Are you tired of asking your parents and friends for a ride? If you are at least 15 years of age this class is for you! This is an interactive, online course with videos, animated driving scenarios, and sample test questions. Learn the rules of the road, major causes of traffic collisions, DMV procedures, and much more. Receive a DMV-approved Certificate of Completion which is required for teens under 17.5 years of age in order to obtain a learner’s permit and driver’s license. Valid email address required. Fee: $39 Residents $49 Non-Residents Class # Dates Day Time DRIV016 Ongoing

MOMMY/DADDY & ME SPORTS Age: 2-3 years old Location: Crockett Park Instructor: Skyhawks Sports This multi-sport tot parent participation program was designed to give kids a positive first step into athletics. The fundamentals of soccer, baseball, basketball, and track & field are taught in a structured environment filled with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun! Through fast paced games and activities, participants explore balance, body movement, coordination, and skill develop-

ment at their own pace. Fee: $78 Residents $88 Non-Residents Class # Dates Day Time MDMS003

6/16-7/21

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9:30am-10:00am

TOT SPORTS Age: 3-5 years old Location: Crockett Park Instructor: Skyhawks Sports

KIDS CLASSES

RONIN DRAGON KARATE

Tot Sports allows young athletes to discover a passion for a variety of sports in one fun-filled setting! Participants learn balance, body movement, coordination, self-esteem, teamwork, sportsmanship, and sport specific skill development through a series of fast-paced instructional circuits and games. Our progressional curriculum, modified equipment, and highly trained staff provide a safe environment where kids can develop at their own pace with lots of encouragement. Fee: $85 Residents $95 Non-Residents Class # Dates Day Time STS004

6/16-7/21

Sat.

10:15am-11:00am

BIDDY SPORTS SOCCER Age: 3-5 years old Location: Summer Lake Park Instructor: Biddy Sports Children will learn the fundamentals of soccer and develop social skills in a fun, safe, non-competitive environment. Although the time may vary from week to week, your child will always play on Saturday at either 9:30 or 10:30 a.m. Parents are encouraged to participate as coaches - all training is provided at the coach’s meeting on August 19. The registration deadline is August 15 unless the program fills prior to that date.

Fee: $90 Residents $100 Non-Residents Class # Dates Day Time BSS005

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INDEPENDENT INSTRUCTORS If you have a special skill or talent that you would like to share or have experience teaching special interest classes, contact the Recreation Division at 925-625-7041 or email tumin@ci.oakley. ca.us

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Memorial Day

2018 Summer Lunch and Learn Program For ALL Children & Teens in the community ages 2 to 18  No Qualifications Necessary 

Observance Ceremony Saturday, May 26th

Oakley Civic Center Park 3231 Main St.

10:30am Program to include: Presentation of Colors Student Remembrance Wreath Performance by Freedom High School Choir Memorial Day Address: Sergeant Victor Thibeault, US Army (Retired) Presentation of Wreath Taps & 3 Volley Salute

Children not yet in Kindergarten should be accompanied by an adult  Please join us at ANY of the following

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Iron House Elementary 4801 Frank Hengel Way  Oakley, CA  94561  11:30 am ‐ 12:00 pm Lunch  12:00 pm ‐ 12:45 pm Activity

Vintage Parkway Elementary 1000 Vintage Parkway  Oakley, CA  94561    11:45 am – 12:15 am Lunch  12:15 pm – 1:00 pm Activity

Oakley Elementary

501 Norcross Lane    Oakley, CA  94561  11:45 am – 12:15 pm Lunch  12:15 pm – 1:00 pm Activity

Bethel Island Scout Hall 3090 Ranch Lane  Bethel Island, CA  94511  11:30 am – 12:00 pm Lunch  12:00 pm ‐ 12:45 pm Activity

Dates:  Wednesday, June 13th ‐ Friday, July 13th, 2018  Lunch is served Monday through Friday  (Closed –July 4th, July 5th   &  July 6th)  Who:  All children and teens ages 2 to 18 

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(Please contact Nutrition Services, (925) 625‐6852 or the Ed Center 625‐6369 with any questions) 

Free: Activities, ART, Crafts, Games & Guest Speakers

The Summer Meal Programs are funded by United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).  The USDA and the CDE are equal opportunity providers and employer.  It provides healthy meals for children ages 2‐18 during the summer months when regular school is out.  There  are no enrollment, paperwork or income qualifications required to participate.

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Children age 3 through grade 5 are invited to download the age specific coloring sheet or pick one up at City Hall. First place winners in each age group (ages 3 – 4, grades K/1, 2/3, and 4/5) will receive a $25 gift card! Middle School, High School students and adults are invited to create original artwork that conveys the theme My Heart of Oakley. Use pencil, chalk, water color, acrylics, etc. to express what makes Oakley special to you! First place winners in each age group will receive a $50 gift card! Maximum size 12” X 18” matted. No frames and no glass will be accepted. Work will be accepted August 20 – 31 only and will be displayed September 4 – 22. First place winners will be notified on September 20. All work that has not been claimed by 4:00 p.m. on September 28 will be discarded. Contact information must be on the back of the artwork for judging. Please include name, age/grade category, email and phone. Artwork with identification information on the front will not be eligible for judging. Questions or additional information please contact Cindy Tumin at 925-625-7041 or email tumin@ci.oakley.ca.us. To download the coloring pages and entry form visit www.ci.oakley.ca.us .

COLORING CONTEST RULES

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