Orinda Activity Guide, Fall 2022

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Orinda Activity Guide NEW!

fall 2022

Lamorinda Wrestling for Middle Schoolers see page 15

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REGISTR ATION OPENS AUGUST 22

New clickable web-linked barcodes inside!


Fall 2022

Registration begins 8/22 Administration & Staff Orinda City Council Dennis Fay, Mayor Inga Miller, Vice Mayor Darlene Gee Nick Kosla Amy R. Worth COUNCIL MEETINGS

First and third Tuesday of the month, 7:00 pm. Public is invited! For general meeting information and it’s location, visit www.cityoforinda. org/221/City-Council.

Parks & Recreation Commission Steven Danziger, Chair Tom Schneider, Vice Chair Alex Drexel Marianne Moser Tara Presnell Arran Schultz Bergen Woodbury COMMISSION MEETINGS

Second Wendesday of the month, 7:00pm. Public is invited! For general meeting information and it’s location visit www.cityoforinda.org/210/ Parks-Recreation-Commission.

Orinda Parks & Recreation Staff Todd Trimble, Director of Parks and Recreation

ADMINISTRATION & STAFF | FALL 2022

ADMINISTRATION & RECREATION

Sheena Wellman-Miner, Recreation Supervisor Jamila Low, Administrative Assistant Jennifer Amerman, Recreation Coordinator Matt Delmartini, Recreation Coordinator BUILDING & GROUNDS

Want to leave a legacy? Or simply help the community’s parks and recreation programs and facilities? Donate to the Orinda Park and Recreation Foundation. Founded in 1975, the Orinda Park and Recreation Foundation has been enhancing Orinda’s park and recreation resources for over 40 years. For more information, visit www.oprfoundation.org.

Holiday Office Closures—Fall 2022:

Labor Day. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . September 5, 2022 Veterans Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . November 11, 2022 Thanksgiving. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . November 24-25, 2022 Holiday Office Closure. . . . . December 26, 2022-January 2, 2023

Table of Contents Fall Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Youth Camps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5 Youth & Teen Classes. . . . . . . . . . 6-11 Youth Sports. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-15

Steve Ehrhardt, Parks & Facilities Supervisor Antonio Arroyo, Facilities Maintenance Worker Mark Leach, Facilities Maintenance Worker

Adult Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-21

Contact Us:

Virtual Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25

ORINDA PARKS & RECREATION PROGRAM AND FACILITY/FIELD RENTAL INFORMATION

Parks & Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

28 Orinda Way, Orinda, CA 94563 Phone: (925) 254-2445 OrindaParksandRec@CityofOrinda.org

Registration & Information . . . 26, 28

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Senior Programs . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23

COVID-19 HEALTH & SAFETY Programs offered through the Orinda Parks and Recreation department will adhere to and follow all healthy and safety guidelines specified by Contra Costa Health Services, and the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The Orinda Parks and Recreation Department’s Health and Safety Programming Procedures can be found online at orindaparksandrec.org/328/Forms-and-Documents.

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Administration & Staff

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Fall & Holiday Events: Save the Dates! FALL MOVIES

S AV E T H E D AT E S !

Holiday Events

I N T H E PA R K

ORINDA COMMUNITY CENTER PARK

NOW ON FRIDAYS!

AUG 26 Bolt Friday, October 21, 2022 & Saturday, December 3, 2022 More information coming soon. Stay tuned at OrindaParksandRec.org.

PG

OCT 7 E.T.

Movies are presented by Orinda Parks & Recreation Foundation with support from the Orinda Community Foundation and City of Orinda.

PG

MOVIES BEGIN

AT DUSK

A Sweet Dream

FALL CONCERTS IN THE PARK

Presented by the Orinda Ballet Academy & Company

6:00-8:00 PM

NOW ON Y NIGHTS! R U TH SDA

December 9–11

ORINDA LIBRARY, THEATER For more information visit OrindaBalletAcademy.com

AUG 25 Grateful Bluegrass Band SEP 8

925 Band

Sponsored by Orinda Parks and Recreation Foundation, and supported by Orinda Community Foundation, Rotary Club of Orinda, and City of Orinda.

GEORGE BERNARD SHAW’S

SPECIAL EVENTS | FALL 2022

Orinda Community Center Park 28 Orinda Way

September 9

Pygmalion

through

October 1, 2022

Presented by the Orinda Starlight Village Players

Orinda Community Center Park, Amphitheater

For specific dates, times and information, visit orsvp.org 3

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Special Events


YOUTH CAMPS Fall Break Camps AGES: 4-11Y

3 Day Bread and Soup Ages 6-10Y Lynda Rexroat In this 3-day camp we will learn to make bread, soup and desserts. Menu; Beef Barley soup, four seed bread, Minestrone soup, Onion dill bread, Apple-pear cake & Almond twists… YUM YUM. Kids love to eat what they cook and make new friends in the process. We will learn how to work safely in the kitchen as well as food safety. We offer a tasty way to learn a valuable life skill. Please let us know prior to the camp of any food allergies or religious food observances. $30 materials fee due to instructor first day of camp. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 4/Kitchen Barcode

Dates

6085 6086

11/21-11/23 M-W 11/21-11/23 M-W

Day

Time

Res/Non

9:00 am-12:00 pm 1:00 pm-4:00 pm

$180/$207 $180/$207

YOUTH CAMPS | FALL BREAK CAMPS

Immersion Art Ages 5-10Y Susan McAllister Students will spend 3 intensive days drawing, painting and creating 3-dimensional art. Daily projects will incorporate a variety of techniques for using media such as graphite and colored pencils, watercolor and tempura paints, pastels, found objects, yarn and other materials. Joining this new expanded, all day format will allow students the time to apply these creative skills to larger projects such as designing individual murals, and completing more complex drawings, paintings and 3D sculptures. $40 material fee payable to instructor via Pay Pal or in person the first day. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 10 Barcode

Dates

6108

11/21-11/23 M-W

Day

Time

9:00 am-4:00 pm

Res/Non

$250/$287.50

Into the Garden—Science Ages 4-6Y Mad Science Flowers and minds can’t blossom without STEMs. This camp is specially designed for inquisitive pre-K or Kinder-“Gardeners”. Kids discover how to paint with wind, build a bug model, start their own garden and learn what nature needs to make their plants grow! Non-stop activities keep your little Mad Scientists engaged and focused! Kids give it two Green Thumbs up!! A $50 materials fee is due to the instructor prior to the first day of camp. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 6 6022 11/21-11/23 M-W 9:00 am-12:00 pm $240/$276

Secret Agent Lab Camp Ages 6-11Y Mad Science Look out 007-the Mad Science Spy Academy is here! Suspects! Schematics! Sleuths! Connect the dots using science to help solve a crime in this hands-on investigation of the science of sleuthing. Uncover the science involved in evidence gathering and analysis and fingerprinting detection. Enhance your recall and observation skills and learn how to use spy equipment. Mad Science Spy Academy camp will help you sharpen your special operative skills as you learn about the secret world of espionage. The key to being a great spy is your ability to use science to “sniff” out your suspects and uncover their secrets. Camp-Day Themes include: Discover Detection, Spy University, Sleuths on the Scene, Funky Forensics, Science of Security. $50 materials fee due to instructor first day of camp. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 6 Barcode

Dates

Day

6021

11/21-11/23 M-W

Time

1:00 pm-4:00 pm

Res/Non

$240/$276

Camp Connector (BYOL) Program

Camp Connector—BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch) will run from 12:00pm-1:00pm, daily, at the Orinda Community Center for campers who are in AM and PM camps located at the Community Center only. City staff will escort campers to and from their AM and PM camps, and they will supervise all Camp Connector participants for duration of lunch period. See website for details.

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Youth Camps

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YOUTH CAMPS Ages 4-11Y Pack Sports Get ready for 3 action-packed days of jaw dropping catches, highlight reel runs, and relentless defensive stands. This holiday camp is perfect for new players looking for a positive introduction to the exciting game of Flag Football. Intermediate players looking to take the next step in their Football career. Advanced players looking for additional on the field training. And anyone looking to get outside, get some exercise, and play with their friends. Players learn positions, plays, formations, route combinations, and how to use a real playbook. Our development objectives include passing, rushing, receiving, route running, defense, and Football F.A.C.E.S. training (Flexibility, Agility, Conditioning, Explosiveness, Speed). Gain your competitive edge on the Gridiron this Thanksgiving Break with Pack Football Club. Location: Campolindo High School* * Final location will not be confirmed by school site until 1-month prior to the program start date. AGES 4-6Y Barcode

Dates

Day

6210

11/21-11/23 M-W

Time

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Res/Non

$145/$166.75

AGES 7-11Y Barcode

Dates

Day

6211

11/21-11/23 M-W

Time

9:00 am-3:00 pm

Res/Non

$245/$281.75

Winter Break Camps AGES: 4-12Y

Kids Italian Dinner Ages 6-12Y

Lynda Rexroat

In this 3 day camp we will learn to make an Italian dinner Menu; Foccaia, Insalata Caprese, Fettuccine, veggies, Cannoli & Zuccotto for dessert. Kids love to eat what they cook and make new friends in the process. We will learn how to work safely in the kitchen as well as food safety. We offer a tasty way to learn a valuable life skill. Please let us know in advance of the class about any food allergies or religious food observances. $30 materials fee due to instructor first day of camp. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 4/Kitchen Barcode

Dates

6087 6088

12/19-12/21 M-W 12/19-12/21 M-W

Day

Time

Res/Non

9:00 am-12:00 pm 1:00 pm-4:00 pm

$180/$207 $180/$207

My First Science Lab Camp Ages 4-6Y

Mad Science

Junior Mad Scientists dive into the realms of science with nonstop, hands-on fun! This week of discovery introduces kids to all facets of science. Explore the science of the sea and the fascinating creatures that live there! Campers become paleontologists by searching for fossils and participating in a mini dinosaur dig. Then we transform into bubbleologists to learn about the science of bubbles! $50 materials fee due to instructor first day of camp. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 6 Barcode

Dates

6024

12/19-12/21 M-W

Day

Time

Res/Non

9:00 am-12:00 pm

$240/$276

Crazy Chemistry Ages 6-11Y

Mad Science

Shake up a flask of fun in the lab as a junior chemist! This camp is packed solid with cool reactions. We’ll explore and create exciting chemical reactions, make colorful concoctions and bubbling brews. Amaze yourself with magical temperature changing baggie science or growing ghost crystals. Study the chemistry involved in not-so-simple things like chalk and soap, and even experiment with the chemistry used by artists, spies and detectives! Chemists bring home a project each day. Hop on board the chemistry express this winter for a high-speed science experience! Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 6 Barcode

Dates

6023

12/19-12/21 M-W

Day

Time

1:00 pm-4:00 pm

YOUTH CAMPS | FALL & WINTER BREAK CAMPS

Pack Thanksgiving Flag Football Camp

Res/Non

$240/$276

A 3% facility preservation fee applies to all classes. 5

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Youth Camps


ORINDA BALLET ACADEMY & COMPANY AGES: 3-17Y

Youth/Teen

Artistic Director, Patricia Tomlinson

WWW.ORINDABALLETACADEMY.COM

“A Sweet Dream Nutcracker” | August 13–December 11, 2022 The Orinda Ballet Academy and Youth Company was founded in 2009 by Artistic Director, Patricia Tomlinson. Orinda Ballet is a year round Ballet Academy and youth performing company. Offering classes for students aged 3yrs to 18 years, starting with the Pre-Ballet through advanced pre-professional divisions. In addition to ballet classes, Pilates reformer and contemporary classes are offered. The fall term holds a demonstration performance. All students have the opportunity to participate in the Annual performance of “The Sweet Dream Nutcracker” in the Fall term. Ms. Tomlinson has over 30 years of professional dancing, and instructing experience. Her background includes training in NYC under George Balanchine’s world-renown “School of American Ballet.” To learn more about Ms. Tomlinson and the program visit www.OrindaBalletAcademy.com. Questions about placement email Patricia@orindaballetacademy.com.

Dance

ADULT CLASSES YOUTH | SPORTS & TEEN CLASSES | DANCE

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Location: Classes will be held in Room 1 or 2, refer to registration receipt. No class dates: 9/3-9/5, 10/31, 11/19-11/27. Performances: 12/9-12/11 (no regular classes held 12/6-12/10). Performing Responsibilities/ Guidelines/Polices: If your child is participating in a performing class, review all performing policies here: http://www.orindaballetacademy.com/ performing-responsibilitiesguidelinespolicies.html

PRE-BALLET & BALLET ATTIRE Pre-Ballet Division: Pink tights, leotard and pink leather ballet slippers. No tutu’s. Hair pulled back in bun. Girls Ballet 1-5 Divisions: Black Leotard (no sparkles), pink tights, pink leather ballet slippers. Hair pulled back in bun. Ballet Skirts allowed in Ballet 4A-7 Levels. Only by Instructors discretion. DIVISIONS Pre Ballet Division A & B- Creative Dance class incorporating ballet stretches, creative dances and basic ballet steps. Ballet leotard, Pink ballet tights and leather ballet slippers, hair in bun. Please no tutus or costumes.

Divisions BALLET 1A-2B, BEGINNING

Beginning ballet technique class, incorporating ballet stretches and learning foundation ballet technique steps. Ballet 1A class work includes, stretches, center and traveling across the floor syllabus. Ballet 2A & 2B class work includes, stretches, barre-work, center and traveling across the floor syllabus. BALLET 3A-3B, PRE JUNIOR

1-2 classes per week including Technique class incorporating, stretches, barre-work, center and traveling across the floor work. BALLET 4A-4B, JUNIOR

Multiple classes per week including Ballet Technique, Pre-Pointe, Pointe (by Director’s approval), Pilates Strengthen and Stretch classes. BALLET 5A-7, INTERMEDIATE–PRE-ADVANCE

Multiple classes per week including, Ballet Technique, BeginningIntermediate Pointe (by Director’s approval), Pilates Strength and Stretch classes (Mat and Reformer).

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Youth Classes

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Group Lessons

6248

P

$385/$442.75

$195

4-4:40pm

6261

NP

$385/$442.75

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4-4:40pm

4-5Y

6249

P

$385/$442.75

$195

4:15-4:55pm

3-5Y

6262

NP

$385/$442.75

--

4:15-4:55pm

6250

P

$550/$632.50

$275

6263

NP

$400/$460

6251

P

$550/$632.50

6264

NP

$400/$460

6252

P

$550/$632.50

6265

NP

$400/$460

6253

P

$995/$1144.25

6266

NP

$570/$655.50

6254

P

$995/$1144

6267

NP

$570/$655.50

6255

P

$1495/$1719

6268

NP

$1250/$1437.50

5:15-6pm

4:15-5pm $275

4:55-5:55pm

Ballet 2A

6Y+

Ballet 2B

7Y+

Ballet 3A

8Y+

Ballet 3B

9Y+

Ballet 4A

10Y+

Ballet 4B

10Y+

Ballet 5A-7

12Y+

Contemp. Jazz 1

6-10Y+

6259

$385/$442.75

5:30-6:15pm

Contemp. Jazz 2-3

11-17Y

6260

$385/$442.75

4:45-5:30pm

6257

P

$1615/$1857

6269

NP

$1380/$1587

6258

P

$1975/$2271

6270

NP

$1,500/$1,725

Private Lessons—Ballet & Pilates Contact Patricia@OrindaBalletAcademy.com for available days/ times. Pricing is based per single lesson, and per student. Fees are based per person. Duet & trio privates—all parties must participate in agreed lesson. 24 hour cancellation, and cancellations are with all parties or upgrade to solo or duet option. Duet student has the option to upgrade to solo private (same length as set duet lesson), additional payment submitted prior to lesson. Trio students have option to upgrade to duet or solo due to cancellations.

THURSDAY

TUESDAY

MONDAY 4:15-5:15pm

5:15-6pm

4:55-5:40pm $275

4:55-5:55pm

5:15-6pm

4:55-5:40pm $375

$375

4-5:30pm

4-5:15pm & 5:15-6pm

4-5:10pm

4:15-5:05pm

4-5:30pm

4:15-5:15pm & 5:15-7pm

4-5:10pm

4:15-5:05pm

$395

5:55-7:45pm

4-5:15pm & 9:15-11:45am 5:15-7pm

5:55-7:05pm 4:15-5:05pm $395

5:30-7:15pm 5:55-7:45pm 5:30-7pm

$395

5:15-7pm

5:55-7:05pm

9:15-11:45am 9:15-11am

5:15-7pm & 12:15-3pm 7-8:15pm 7-8pm 12:15-1:45pm

5:15-7:45pm 5:30-7:15pm 5:15-6:40pm

9:15-11am

5:30-7pm

PRIVATE LESSONS

SOLO $R/$NR

DUET $R/$NR

TRIO $R/$NR

30 min.

$55/$63.25

$35/$40.25

X

45 min.

$80/$92

$45/$51.75

$35/$40.25

60 min.

$100/$115

$60/$69

$40/$46

90 min.

$150/$172.50

$80/$92

$60/$69

120 min.

X

X

$85/$97.75

YOUTH & TEEN CLASSES | DANCE

5Y+

SATURDAY

PERFORMANCE/ COSTUME FEE*

3-4Y 3-5Y

WEDNESDAY

FEES $R/$NR

Ballet 1A

PERFORMING OR NONPERFORMING

Pre-Ballet B

BARCODE

Pre-Ballet A

AGES

CLASS/ DIVISION

Registration Opened August 4

A 3% facility preservation fee applies to all classes. 7

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Youth Classes


YOUTH & TEEN CLASSES Art

Dance

Art Class

NEW! Czech and Slovak Dances

Ages 5-10Y

Susan McAllister

Ages 5-14Y

Anastasia Heroldova

Students use a variety of media and extend their understanding of art concepts. Draw, paint, mold and create. Learn a variety of skills and techniques such as watercolor, 3-D sculptures, paper mache, colored pencils, pastels and other materials. All materials supplied. $30 material fee due to instructor at first class.

Does your child love to sing and dance? Professional dancer/ instructor Anastasia Heroldova will teach children ages 5+ several Eastern European inspired folk dances, as well as beloved traditional Czech and Slovak songs. No experience necessary, Czech language skills not a prerequisite.

Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 10 No class 9/26 and 11/21

Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 2

Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

Res/Non

6106

9/12-12/5

M

3:45 pm-5:15 pm

$125/$143.75

Watercolor Class Ages 5-10Y

Susan McAllister

Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6011

9/9-10/14

F

3:30 pm-4:45 pm

Res/Non

$110/$126.50

Gymnastics

Join this class to explore the creative possibilities of watercolor. Practice basic watercolor techniques such as wet on wet, wet on dry, and color mixing challenges as you learn to create realistic and abstract images. Subject matter is geared to interests and skills of each participant. Beginner-advanced levels welcome. $30 materials fee due to instructor first day.

YOUTH & TEEN CLASSES | ART/DANCE, GYMNASTICS

Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 10 No class 9/26 and 11/21 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6107

9/12-12/5

M

5:15 pm-6:30 pm

Res/Non

$125/$143.75

NEW! The Young Rembrandts—Elementary Drawing Ages 7-12Y

Padma Rani

Children will learn how to draw using Young Rembrandts step-by-step instruction and proven method that fosters increased patience, discipline and focus as well as a host of artistic skills such as art vocabulary and art history, along with expanded creativity, imagination and confidence. The same structured, skill based learning used to teach science, math and reading is used to teach children how to draw using engaging subjects, skill based learning and positive classroom techniques to achieve unparalleled success in the classroom. All materials supplied. New lessons each class and each session. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 6 No class 11/23 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6065 6066

9/14-10/26 11/2-12/21

W W

4:00 pm-5:00 pm 4:00 pm-5:00 pm

A 3% facility preservation fee applies to all classes.

Res/Non

$147/$169.05 $147/$169.05

Let’s Tumble—Gymnastics Ages 11/2-5Y

Andrea Gaspari

Bend, stretch, jump and play. Instructor, Andrea Gaspari is certified with USA Gymnastics. In this class, Andrea will lead your child in learning basic body shapes used in gymnastics, develop coordination, balance and strengthen muscle and flexibility all while having fun with props, apparatus and beginning gymnastics tricks. Parent participation for children under 3 years. Location: Orinda Community Center, Kindergym No class 11/25 AGES 11/2-3Y Barcode

Dates

6054 6055

9/9-10/21 F 10/28-12/16 F

Day

Time

9:30 am-10:10 am 9:30 am-10:10 am

Res/Non

$175/$201.25 $175/$201.25

AGES 31/2-5Y Barcode

Dates

6056 6057

9/9-10/21 F 10/28-12/16 F

Day

Time

12:50 pm-1:30 pm 12:50 pm-1:30 pm

Res/Non

$175/$201.25 $175/$201.25

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Youth & Teen

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YOUTH & TEEN CLASSES Martial Arts Self Defense-Aiki Jujitsu

Karate do Larry Wadford

Be aware of your surroundings, avoid trouble, if you get into trouble—get out of it, if you can’t get out of trouble—get out of it anyway! Traditional Okinawan Karate-do, Wado Ki Kai (style) means “to learn from all things.” Students of all strength and experience levels learn Karate. Students are taught the importance of respect and self-discipline, challenging their bodies and minds. This is a comprehensive program that deals with “street” awareness, avoiding strangers, and self-defense. You are welcome to sit in on class for a week to see if it is a good fit. Sensei Larry Wadford has trained and taught Karate for over 20 years. Wed—Kindergym; Sat—Orinda Community Center, Room 2 No class 11/26, 12/1, 12/31 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6148 6155 6159 6171 6149 6156 6160 6173

9/7-9/28 10/5-10/26 11/2-11/30 12/7-12/28 9/3-9/24 10/1-10/29 11/5-11/19 12/3-12/17

W W W W Sa Sa Sa Sa

4:30 pm-5:30 pm 4:30 pm-5:30 pm 4:30 pm-5:30 pm 4:30 pm-5:30 pm 10:00 am-11:30 am 10:00 am-11:30 am 10:00 am-11:30 am 10:00 am-11:30 am

Barcode Dates

Day/Time

Day/Time

6147 6154 6158 6169

W/4:30-5:30pm W/4:30-5:30pm W/4:30-5:30pm W/4:30-5:30pm

Sa/10-11:30am Sa/10-11:30am Sa/10-11:30am Sa/10-11:30am

9/3-9/28 10/1-10/29 11/2-11/30 12/3-12/28

Ages 7-12Y

Mehran Mojtahedi

Jujitsu, “the art of gentleness,” is the traditional Japanese system of self-defense. Students develop confidence, coordination, agility, and balance while learning how to defeat a larger and stronger attacker by using that person’s own energy and strength against them. Program teaches practical self-defense (not fighting) through fun games, friendly competition, and discipline, as well as escaping, grappling, and throwing techniques from Judo and Jujitsu. Location: Orinda Community Center, Kindergym No class 11/26 Barcode

Dates

Day

6095 6093

10/29-12/17 Sa 9/10-10/22 Sa

Time

Res/Non

10:00 am-11:00 am 10:00 am-11:00 am

$79/$90.85 $79/$90.85

Res/Non

$70/$80.50 $70/$80.50 $75/$86.25 $70/$80.50 $85/$97.75 $85/$97.75 $85/$97.75 $85/$97.75 Res/Non

$125/$143.75 $125/$143.75 $125/$143.75 $125/$143.75

Performing Arts Let’s Make Music Ages 11/2-3Y

Andrea Gaspari

In this class, your child, along with a loved one, will sing, dance, use props, play instruments, as well as participate in interactive storytelling! Don’t miss this wonderful approach to learning music concepts and theory, as well as math and language readiness skills. Come see why Andrea is a three-time Bay Area Parent Award winner and has won national awards for her children’s CDs! Come join the fun today. Location: Orinda Community Center, Kindergym Barcode

Dates

6060 6061

9/8-10/20 Th 10/27-12/15 Th

Day

Time

Res/Non

4:15 pm-4:55 pm 4:15 pm-4:55 pm

$175/$201.25 $175/$201.25

Piano and Me Ages 31/2-5Y

Andrea Gaspari

Children will learn musical concepts and theory as it pertains to playing piano and beyond! Using games, activities, singing and instrument play, we’ll learn to read and write music as well as experience it from the inside while having fun! Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 6 No class 11/24 Barcode

Dates

6059 6058

10/27-12/15 Th 9/8-10/20 Th

Day

Time

3:30 pm-4:10 pm 3:30 pm-4:10 pm

Res/Non

$175/$201.25 $175/$201.25

YOUTH & TEEN CLASSES | MARTIAL ARTS, PERFORMING ARTS

Ages 6-17Y

9

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Youth & Teen


YOUTH & TEEN CLASSES Performing Arts, continued

“Hamilton, Aaron Burr, My Shot”—Musical Theater Ages 8-13Y

Junior Glee Club Ages 3-5Y

Myeve Capozzi

Have you ever wanted to go on a Magic Carpet ride, visit a Whole New world, or Be Our Guest at an enchanted castle? Be like Elsa and Let It Go by joining Jr Glee Club and seeing where your imagination can take you! Through creative and dramatic play, movement and music, arts and crafts, young students will sing, wiggle and shake their way through the basics of performing arts while bringing songs from popular musicals and movies to life. Session ends with the cutest live performance ever! Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 2 Barcode

Dates

6076

9/8-10/27

Day

Th

Time

12:30 pm-1:15 pm

Res/Non

$210/$241.50

Kids-n-Dance

Youngsters of all abilities are proud to be a part of our polished mini-productions of musicals. Fun, challenging, and engaging, self-esteem skyrockets as members learn to develop character, vocal technique, presentation and dance skills. The intermediate cast is given a play lasting about one hour and 15 min. with about 10 songs. Requires a commitment from members. Participants are expected to independently study their lines, songs, and blocking, as scheduled, and to attend all rehearsals. Please have your child prepare a song for the first day of class. Kids-n-Dance may continue to require face masks in class. Audience members may be required to wear masks. For questions, contact Kids ‘N Dance: kidsndance.com, Tel: 510-531-4400. Dress Rehearsal: Saturday, 12/3 (5:30pm-7:30pm) Show: Sunday, 12/4 (6:00pm) *Show times may change. *Additional charge for tickets to show

Location: Library, Auditorium and Garden Room Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6026

9/6-11/29

Tu

4:40 pm-5:50 pm

Res/Non

$460/$529

Science NEW! Halloween Science—Slime, Ooze, Bubble, Glow ADULT CLASSES | PERFORMING ARTS, SCIENCE

Ages 5-12Y

“Encanto” Musical Theater Ages 4-8Y

Kids-n-Dance

Children will work on an abbreviated version of the musical to perform on stage. They will learn dances, projection techniques, stage directions, performance skills and they will perform on stage! Children do not have to know how to read. The Little Theater cast is given a play lasting about 30-45 minute with about 6-8 songs. Kids-n-Dance may continue to require face masks at all times. Audience members may also be required to wear masks. For questions, contact Kids ‘N Dance: kidsndance.com or call 510-531-4400. Dress Rehearsal: Saturday, 12/3 (3:00pm-5:00pm)

Science Beginnings

Get prepared for things that ooze and bubble. Explore frozen CO2 with spectacular dry ice experiments. Learn about polymers and make green slime. Dig into Oobleck and experience the mystery of quick sand. Make glow-at-dark pumpkins and learn about fluorescence. Write mysterious messages with goldenrod paper. It’s an exciting camp that puts you in the right spirit for Halloween. $6 material fee due to instructor. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 6 AGES 5-6Y Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6164

9/19-10/24

M

3:30 pm-4:30 pm

Res/Non

$180/$207

AGES 7-12Y Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6165

9/19-10/24

M

4:45 pm-5:45 pm

Res/Non

$180/$207

Show: Sunday, 12/4 (3:00pm) *Show times may change. *Additional charge for tickets to show

Location: Library, Auditorium and Garden Room Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6025

9/6-11/29

Tu

3:30 pm-4:30 pm

Res/Non

$420/$483

A 3% facility preservation fee applies to all classes.

10

Youth & Teen

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YOUTH & TEEN CLASSES Sewing Machine Fun!

Special Interest

Ages 7-17Y

Babysitting for Beginners Ages 10-16Y

Morgan Dziad

Learn the skills needed to be a trusted and responsible babysitter. Learn all about childhood development, bedtime strategies, positive redirection, how to get a job, and ways to make babysitting fun for you and the kids. Basic first aid, general safety, and what to do in an emergency will also be covered. Students should bring a water bottle, snack and dress to play! Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 7 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6064

9/30

F

4:00 pm-8:00 pm

Res/Non

Debbie Madison

Have fun, make friends, and learn to sew all at the same time. Choose from a large variety of projects including stuffed animals, clothing, and quilts. All Materials and computerized machines are provided. $25 materials fee due to instructor first day. Questions: MadisonOnTheGoEducation@gmail.com. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 10 No class 9/28, 11/23 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6017 6018

9/7-10/19 11/2-12/14

W W

3:45 pm-5:45 pm 3:45 pm-5:45 pm

Res/Non

$200/$230 $200/$230

$79/$90.85

Building Public Speaking Confidence Ages 7-12Y

Gurus Educational Services

Confidence is my superpower! The “Superheroes” theme-based activities, speech and debate topics make a fun learning environment for kids. Students do tongue-twister challenges, storytelling, poems, games, debates, and presentations with props and dress up. Campers learn to present with confidence, use emotion, and connect with the audience fluently. Shy students and talkative ones alike will benefit and learn from this class. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 5 Dates

Day

Time

6062

9/20-11/15

Tu

5:00 pm-6:00 pm

Res/Non

$269/$309.35

YOUTH SPORTS

Sports Pack Basketball Ages 8-12Y

Pack Sports

This skill-based clinic was designed to give players a competitive advantage on the court. Through interactive drills, skill reinforcement games, and simulated scrimmages, athletes develop the skills, strategy, confidence, and passion, to take the next step in their basketball career. Development objectives include ball control, dribbling, passing, and more. Pack coaches provide a positive environment where players of all abilities can participate in friendly competition with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun! Location: Sleepy Hollow Elementary School, Gym* *Final location will not be confirmed by school site until 1-month prior to the program start date.

YOUTH & TEEN CLASSES | SPECIAL INTERST, SPORTS

Barcode

No class 11/21 Barcode

Dates

Day

6205 6209

9/15-10/20 Th 10/27-12/15 Th

Time

7:30 pm-8:15 pm 7:30 pm-8:15 pm

Res/Non

$195/$224.25 $195/$224.25 11

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Youth & Teen


YOUTH SPORTS Sports, continued

Pack Basketball Clinic

LaMorinda Holiday Bowl

This skill-based clinic was designed to give players a competitive advantage on the court. Through interactive drills, skill reinforcement games, and simulated scrimmages, young athletes develop the skills, strategy, confidence, and passion, to take the next step in their basketball career. Our development objectives include ball control, dribbling, passing, shooting, rebounding, agility, offensive/defensive strategy, teamwork, sportsmanship, and self-esteem. Pack coaches provide a positive environment where players of all abilities can participate in friendly competition with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun!

Ages 5-8Y

Ages 6-14Y

Pack Sports

Get ready for the most exciting Flag Football event of the year! 4-teams battle it out for 4-weeks for the right to call themselves Tournament Champions! This tournament meets 1-days/week (Sundays) for 4-weeks. Each tournament day includes a 1-hour practice, followed by two back-to-back games against other teams in their division. All practices and games are held at the same location. Families should plan on a 3-hour commitment each day. Week 1: Preseason Scrimmages (11/27)

Week 2: Pool Play (12/04)

Week 3: Pool Play: (12/11)

Week 4: Play-Offs (12/18)

YOUTH CLASSES | SPORTS

8U (AGES 6-8) Practice 10:00am | Game 1: 11:00am | Game 2: 12:00pm

Pack Sports

Location: Sleepy Hollow Elementary School, Gym *Final location will not be confirmed by school site until 1-month prior to the program start date. No class 11/24

10U (AGES 8-10) Practice 10:00am | Game 1: 11:00am | Game 2: 12:00pm

“TRY IT OUT FOR FREE”—THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 Barcode

Ages

Time

12U (AGES 10-12) Practice 1:30pm | Game 1: 2:30pm | Game 2: 3:30pm

6200 6201

Ages 5-8Y Ages 8-12Y

6:30 pm-7:15 pm 7:30 pm-8:15 pm

14U (AGES 12-14) Practice 1:30pm | Game 1: 2:30pm | Game 2: 3:30pm

FULL SESSION

There are no tryouts to join this recreational co-ed tournament. Whether you are looking for a positive introduction to the exciting game of Flag Football, or off-season training for the upcoming Next Level season, the Lamorinda Holiday Tournament is the perfect platform for your child to develop their skills, confidence, and passion, for Football through play! Friend requests and team registration is available. Bring your friends or come make new ones. This league is hosted by Pack Football Club and Skyhawks Contra Costa. All public teams are coaches by Pack Football Club coaches. Private teams provide their own coaches. All participants receive a hooded Alpha Pack Uniform. Division champions receive Tournament Champion Dog Tags. This tournament is an official Play For A Stray fundraiser. All profits go towards building dog fences at Play For A Stray Ranch. To learn more visit http://www.playforastray.com Location: Campolindo High School, Sleepy Hollow Elementary School* *Final location will not be confirmed by school site until 1-month prior to the program start date. Dates

Day

Time

11/27-12/18

Su

10:00 am-1:00 pm

AGES

Barcode

Ages 6-8Y Ages 8-10Y Ages 10-12Y Ages 12-15Y

6213 6215 6216 6217

Res/Non

$240/$276

Barcode

Dates

6204 6208

9/8-10/20 Th 10/27-12/15 Th

Day

Time

6:30 pm-7:15 pm 6:30 pm-7:15 pm

Res/Non

Free/Free Free/Free Res/Non

$195/$224.25 $195/$224.25

Pack Tot Basketball Ages 3-5Y

Pack Sports

Developing your child’s passion for basketball is a SLAM DUNK with Pack Tot Basketball. Through a series of age-appropriate games, participants gain the skills, confidence, and passion, to take the next step in their basketball careers. Pack coaches provide a positive environment where kids of all abilities can develop at their own pace with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun! Our development objectives include ball control, dribbling, passing, shooting, coordination, balance, body movement, teamwork, sportsmanship, and self-esteem. Your child will leave with new skills, new friends, and a new love for basketball! Location: Sleepy Hollow Elementary School, Gym*

*Final location will not be confirmed by school site until 1-month prior to the program start date. No class 11/24 “TRY IT OUT FOR FREE” Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6199

9/8

Th

5:30 pm-6:15 pm

Day

Time

Res/Non

Free/Free

FULL SESSION Barcode

Dates

6203 6206

9/15-10/20 Th 10/27-12/15 Th

5:30 pm-6:15 pm 5:30 pm-6:15 pm

Res/Non

$195/$224.25 $195/$224.25

12

Youth & Teen

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YOUTH SPORTS

A 3% facility preservation fee applies to all classes.

Super Tots Parent & Me Sports Medley

Pack Flag Football—Kids Night Out Pack Sports

Saturday Kids Night Out! Kids get a fun evening of Flag Football games with their friends. Parents get a kid-free evening. We raise money to rescue a dog in need. Win. Win. Win. Location: Campolindo High School* *Final location will not be confirmed by school site until 1-month prior to the program start date. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 6:00 PM-9:00 PM Barcode

Ages

Res/Non

6218 6219 6220

Ages 6-8Y Ages 9-11Y Ages 12-15Y

$50/$57.50 $50/$57.50 $50/$57.50

Pack Sports

Sunday Funday! Get ready for an action-packed day of sports games and competitions. This program combines Baseball, Dodgeball, Flag Football, Soccer, and Volleyball into one fun-filled day. Pack coaches provide a positive environment where kids of all abilities can participate in friendly competition and develop their skills with lots of encouragement and a big focus on FUN! By adding just the right amount of competition, we promote skill development, teamwork, confidence, and sportsmanship through PLAY! Your child will leave with new friends, new skills, and a new love for sports. Best of all, all proceeds go towards our Dog Rescue mission! Location: Campolindo High School

*Final location will not be confirmed by school site until 1-month prior to the program start date. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 Barcode

Ages

Time

6221 6222 6223 6224

Ages 4-5Y Ages 6-8Y Ages 8-10Y Ages 11-13Y

9:00 am-12:00 pm 9:00 am-12:00 pm 1:30 pm-4:30 pm 1:30 pm-4:30 pm

Skyhawks Sports

Parent participation required. This multi-sport tot program will introduce kids to Baseball, Flag Football, Soccer, and Track & Field in one fun-filled setting. Skyhawks coaches introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports through PLAY! Our age-appropriate curriculum, modified equipment, and highly trained staff provide a positive environment where players of all abilities can develop at their own pace with lots of encouragement. Location: Wilder, Wilder Field 5 | No class 11/26 “TRY IT OUT FOR FREE” Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

Res/Non

6190

9/10

Sa

9:30 am-10:00 am

Day

Time

Free/Free

FULL SESSION

Pack Sports Medley—Sunday Playday Ages 4-5Y

Ages 2-3Y

Res/Non

$50/$57.50 $50/$57.50 $50/$57.50 $50/$57.50

Barcode

Dates

6191 6196

9/17-10/22 Sa 10/29-12/17 Sa

Res/Non

9:30 am-10:00 am 9:30 am-10:00 am

$220/$253 $220/$253

Super Tots Sports Medley Ages 3-5Y

Skyhawks Sports

This multi-sport program teaches young athletes the fundamentals of Baseball, Flag Football, Soccer, and Track & Field in one action packed program. Our age-appropriate curriculum and modified equipment allows to develop their skills, confidence, and passion for sports through PLAY! Our develop objectives include sport specific skill development, coordination, body movement, balance, teamwork, sportsmanship, and self-esteem. Our expert staff provide a positive environment where kids can develop at their own pace with lots of encouragement and a big focus on FUN! Location: Mon–Community Center Park, Meadow; Sat–Wilder, Wilder Field 5 | No class 11/21, 11/26 “TRY IT OUT FOR FREE” Barcode

Ages

Date

Day

Time

6192 6176

3Y 3Y

9/10 9/12

Sa M

10:15 am-11:00 am 12:15 pm-1:00 pm

Res/Non

Free/Free Free/Free

FULL SESSION—AGES 3Y Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6178 6180 6194 6197

9/19-10/17 10/24-12/12 9/17-10/22 10/29-12/17

M M Sa Sa

12:15 pm-1:00 pm $170/$195.50 12:15 pm-1:00 pm $195/$224.25 10:15 am-11:00 am $220/$253 10:15 am-11:00 am $220/$253

Res/Non

YOUTH CLASSES | SPORTS

Ages 6-15Y

“TRY IT OUT FOR FREE” Barcode

Ages

Date

Day

Time

6193 6177

4-5Y 4-5Y

9/10 9/12

Sa M

11:15 am-12:00 pm 1:15 pm-2:00 pm

Res/Non

Free/Free Free/Free

FULL SESSION—AGES 4-5Y 6179 9/19-10/17 M 1:15 pm-2:00 pm $170/$195.50 6181 10/24-12/12 M 1:15 pm-2:00 pm $195/$224.25 6195 9/17-10/22 Sa 11:15 am-12:00 pm $220/$253 13

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Youth & Teen


YOUTH SPORTS Sports, continued

Skateboarding 101

Ages 6-12Y

Skyhawks Baseball Tots Ages 3-5Y

Skyhawks Sports

Developing your child’s passion for baseball is a HOME RUN with Skyhawks Baseball Tots. Through a series of age-appropriate games, participants gain the skills, confidence, and passion, to take the next step in their baseball careers. Skyhawks coaches provide a positive environment where kids of all abilities can develop at their own pace with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun! Our development objectives include base-running, hitting, catching/fielding, throwing, coordination, balance, body movement, teamwork, sportsmanship, and self-esteem. Your child will leave with new skills, new friends, and a new love for baseball! Location: Community Center Park, Meadow No class 11/23 Dates

Day

Time

6183

9/7

W

5:30 pm-6:15 pm

Res/Non

Day

Time

Free/Free

FULL SESSION Barcode

Dates

6189 6187

10/26-12/14 W 9/14-10/19 W

Res/Non

5:30 pm-6:15 pm 5:30 pm-6:15 pm

$220/$253 $220/$253

Skyhawks Soccer Tots

YOUTH CLASSES | SPORTS

Ages 3-5Y

Skyhawks Sports

Developing your child’s passion for Soccer is our GOAL!!! Each day players will be divided into groups based on age and experience to participate in a series of fast-paced games that provide your child with the skills, confidence, and passion to take the next step in their Soccer career. With our outgoing staff and age-specific curriculum, learning the fundamentals of soccer has never been so much fun! Our development objectives include ball control, dribbling, passing, shooting, footwork, balance, coordination, agility, teamwork, sportsmanship, and self-esteem. Bring your friends or come make new ones. Location: Community Center Park, Meadow No class 11/23 “TRY IT OUT FOR FREE” Barcode

Day

Time

6184 9/7 FULL SESSION

Dates

W

4:15 pm-5:00 pm

Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6186 6188

9/14-10/19 W 10/26-12/14 W

4:15 pm-5:00 pm 4:15 pm-5:00 pm

Location: Orinda Community Park Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6124 6128 6129 6130

9/2-9/16 10/7-10/21 11/4-11/18 12/2-12/16

F F F F

3:30 pm-4:20 pm 3:30 pm-4:20 pm 3:30 pm-4:20 pm 3:30 pm-4:20 pm

Res/Non

$115/$132.25 $115/$132.25 $115/$132.25 $115/$132.25

NEW! World Cup Soccer Skills Class Ages 4-9Y

“TRY IT OUT FOR FREE” Barcode

Rob Skate Academy by Robert Ferguson

A super fun, new skateboard program designed for kids of all ages. We work with beginner, intermediate and advanced skaters as our instructors are the best in the industry! Participants provide their own skateboard, helmet and pads. Meet in front of the Kindergym.

World Cup Soccer

World Cup Soccer Skill Classes are customized to create many touches on the ball, improve dribbling, passing, receiving and shooting. We form small groups to ensure a focused and personal practice. We make it instructional and fun. Every practice includes a scrimmage. Fee includes a World Cup Soccer T-shirt. Please bring to each class: Soccer ball, shin guards, soccer cleats or tennis shoes and water. We follow all health guidelines to keep our participants safe. Locations: Wed—Community Center Park, Meadow; Sat—Orinda Intermediate School, Upper Field No class 11/23, 11/26 AGES 4-6Y Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6131 6135 6133 6137

9/14-10/26 11/2-12/14 9/10-10/29 11/5-12/17

W W Sa Sa

4:00 pm-5:00 pm 4:00 pm-5:00 pm 10:00 am-11:00 am 10:00 am-11:00 am

Res/Non

$219/$251.85 $189/$217.35 $249/$286.35 $189/$217.35

AGES 7-9Y Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6132 6136 6134 6138

9/14-10/26 11/2-12/14 9/10-10/29 11/5-12/17

W W Sa Sa

5:00 pm-6:00 pm 4:00 pm-5:00 pm 11:00 am-12:00 pm 11:00 am-12:00 pm

Res/Non

$219/$251.85 $189/$217.35 $249/$286.35 $189/$217.35

Res/Non

Free/Free Res/Non

$220/$253 $220/$253

A 3% facility preservation fee applies to all classes.

Location: Wilder, Wilder Field 5 No class 11/26 Barcode

Dates

6198

10/29-12/17 Sa

Day

Time

11:30 am-12:15 pm

Res/Non

$220/$253

14

Youth & Teen

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YOUTH SPORTS NEW! Lamorinda Wrestling for Middle Schoolers Ages 11-14Y

Chris Harrick

Wrestling is the world’s oldest and most natural sport, and a lot of fun too! Lamorinda Wrestling is offering a two-month course for middle school aged students to master the basics of wrestling while building strength, agility, balance and coordination. Practices will focus on technique, attacks, defense, and counter-offense through drills, games and live wrestling. Practices will be held on Tuesday and Thursday from 6:00–7:30 pm. A full refund will be granted after two weeks if the program is not a fit for your child. This eight-week program is a perfect introduction to the winter wrestling session that runs from November through February. Location: Art & Garden Center, Studios 1-3 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6000

9/6-10/27

Tu, Th

6:00 pm-7:30 pm

Res/Non

Wrestling—Intermediate Ages 11-14Y

Chris Harrick

Wrestling is the world’s oldest and most natural sport, and a lot of fun too! Learn the basics of wrestling to build strength, agility, balance and coordination. Learn critical life skills such as selfdefense and resilience while building self-confidence and mental toughness. Practices will focus on technique, attacks, defense, and counter-offense through drills, games and live wrestling. Students should bring wrestling shoes, water and a positive attitude. USA Wrestling Card included in purchase. Location: Art & Garden Center, Studios 1-3 No class 11/22, 11/24, 12/20, 12/22, 12/27, 12/29 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6053

11/1-2/16

Tu, Th

7:00 pm-8:15 pm

Res/Non

$280/$322

$200/$230

Wrestling—Elementary Ages 6-10Y

Chris Harrick

Wrestling is the world’s oldest and most natural sport, and a lot of fun too! Learn the basics of wrestling to build strength, agility, balance and coordination. Learn critical life skills such as selfdefense and resilience while building self-confidence and mental toughness. Practices will focus on technique, attacks, defense, and counter-offense through drills, games and live wrestling. Students should bring wrestling shoes, water and a positive attitude. USA Wrestling Card included in purchase. Location: Art & Garden Center, Studios 1-3 No class 11/22, 11/24, 12/20, 12/22, 12/27, 12/29 Dates

Day

Time

6052

11/1-2/16

Tu, Th

6:00 pm-7:00 pm

Res/Non

$280/$322

ADULT CLASSES

Art

NEW! Introduction to the Zentangle® Method

Figure Painting and Drawing Ages 18Y and up

Volunteer Leader Neil Barth

Ages 18Y and up

Becky Ruiz Jenab

Uninstructed artists’ open studio workshop with live models for any skill level. Join this long established group of artists in drawing or painting directly from the model. Work at your own pace using your choice of medium. Length of poses will vary from a few minutes to an entire session. If new to figure drawing you may want to bring a pad of drawing paper and pencil or charcoal to begin. Seating in the class: first come, first serve. Class size is limited to 10 students.

What is it about making marks on sketchbook pages, notepads, or those little sample papers in front of the pen displays at the art store? It’s fun, soothing, and beautiful. That same appeal applies to the Zentangle® Method, an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured patterns. In this introductory class, students will learn the steps of this meditational art form and create their own Zentangle® tiles. No artistic experience necessary. Materials included.

Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 10 No class 11/22

Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 6

Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6035

9/13-12/13

Tu

9:30 am-12:30 pm

Res/Non

$150/$172.50

Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6229 6230

9/13 10/25

Tu Tu

10:00 am-12:00 pm 6:00 pm-8:00 pm

YOUTH & ADULT CLASSES | SPORTS

Barcode

Res/Non

$70/$80.50 $70/$80.50 15

REGISTRATION INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

Youth, Teen & Adult


ADULT CLASSES Art, continued

Cooking

Watercolor I—Beginning Ages 18Y and up

Cooking Asian Vegetarian Susan McAllister

Explore watercolor painting and learn basic techniques. “Brush up” on your painting skills before tackling more demanding paintings. Students will learn how to use basic wet into wet, wet on dry and wash techniques to paint natural phenomena such as clouds, water, plants and flowers. Individualized instruction will be provided to each participant, helping you to progress to a stronger skill level. Additional $30 material/supply fee payable to instructor at first class for those needing basic watercolor supplies. Suggested materials list provided at first class. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 10 No class 9/26, 11/21 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

Res/Non

6109

9/12-12/5

M

9:00 am-10:00 am

$70/$80.50

Ages 18Y and up

Chat Mingkwan

Let’s modify popular Asian dishes into vegetarian friendly meals and maintain the soul that makes Asian cuisine so uniquely popular. Learn to use exotic ingredients, seasonings and herbs from Asia and prepare three popular Asian dishes. Bring your sharp chef’s knife or cleaver, cutting board, hand towel and beverage. $15 material fee due to instructor. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 4 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6013

9/29

Th

5:30 pm-8:30 pm

Res/Non

$50/$57.50

Basic Sushi & Nifiri Ages 18Y and up

Chat Mingkwan

Learn the basics of preparing fresh sushi: sushi rice for use in Nigiri (finger roll) and Nori Maki (seaweed hand roll). Practice Japanese techniques of filling and wrapping by preparing a variety of sushi such as Hamachi, Inari, Maguro, and more. Bring a sharp, pointedtip chef’s knife, large sturdy cutting board, bamboo mat, linen hand towel, beverage, and to-go box. $15 material fee due to instructor. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 4 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

Res/Non

6014

11/1

Tu

5:30 pm-8:30 pm

$50/$57.50

Holiday Hors D’oeuvres ADULT CLASSES | ART, ED2GO

Ages 18Y and up

Watercolor I/II/III Beg/Intermediate/ Advanced Ages 18Y and up

Susan McAllister

This intensive watercolor color will featured individualized instruction by an experienced watercolorist tailored to your personal choice of watercolor projects. Using available visual prompts or your own reference materials, you will be encouraged to achieve more detailed control of this creative medium while tackling an increasingly wider range of challenges such as clouds, water, flowers, natural environments and figurative subjects. Additional $30 material/supply fee payable to instructor for those needing basic watercolor supplies. Suggested materials list provided at first class. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 10 No class 9/26, 11/21 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6110 6111 6112

9/12-12/5 9/12-12/5 9/12-12/5

M M M

10:15 am-12:15 pm $125/$143.75 1:15 pm-3:15 pm $125/$143.75 7:00 pm-9:00 pm $125/$143.75

Res/Non

Chat Mingkwan

Let’s make your own special hors d’oeuvres, appetizers, and snacks to serve at your holiday party. Easy, simple, and attractive are combined to create these cocktail hors d’oeuvres and finger food offerings. Savory Cakes with Sweet Chili Sauce, Lemongrass Beef Patties, Coconut Pockets, etc. Bring your sharp chef’s knife or clever, cutting board, hand towel and beverage. $15 material fee due to instructor. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 4 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6016

12/20

Tu

5:30 pm-8:30 pm

Res/Non

$50/$57.50

Korean Cuisine Ages 18Y and up

Chat Mingkwan

Tasty and simple are Korean characteristics when it comes to food, not to mention the large amount of garlic being used—intense! Join us and cook up three popular Korean dishes. Learn to make Pajong Pancakes, Chup Chae (bean noodles), and BBQ ribs. Bring your sharp chef’s knife or clever, cutting board, hand towel, and beverage. $15 material fee due to instructor. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 4 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6015

10/4

Th

5:30 pm-8:30 pm

Res/Non

$50/$57.50

16

Adult

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ADULT CLASSES Dance

Fitness

Ages 18Y and up

Ginger Megley

Love music and the beauty of ballet? Class emphasizes ballet technique, musicality and the joy of movement. Participants should have at least three years of previous ballet training. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 1 No class 11/22 Barcode

Dates

6077 6078

9/6-10/18 Tu 10/25-12/13 Tu

Day

Time

Res/Non

7:30 pm-9:15 pm 7:30 pm-9:15 pm

$115/$132.25 $115/$132.25

Social Ballroom Dance Ages 18Y and up

Chris Mehling

Enjoy the fun of social dance (Waltz, Salsa, Mambo, Rumba & Nightclub Two Step)! New to partner dancing? Continuing students? Chris &, her partner, David’s relaxed teaching style makes it easy to learn skills needed to dance & have a great time in any social situation. Focuses on basic steps & fundamental body mechanics. Basic Ballroom—Focuses on basic steps & fundamental body mechanics. Basic & Intermediate Ballroom— Learn more advanced moves & patterns. Intermediate—Learn more advanced moves & patterns. Partners required/singles must contact instructor prior to registration. Leather or plastic soled shoes recommended. The instructor requires proof of vaccination + booster shot or a negative Covid test taken within 72 hours from each class. Masks will be required in class. Location: Orinda Community Center, Founders No class 11/23 BASIC Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6079

9/28-12/7

W

7:30 pm-9:00 pm

Res/Non

$165/$189.75

INTERMEDIATE Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6080

9/28-12/7

W

8:30 pm-10:00 pm

Res/Non

$165/$189.75

BOTH BASIC & INTERMEDIATE Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6081

9/28-12/7

W

7:30 pm-10:00 pm

Res/Non

$205/$235.75

Tai Chi/Qigong Ages 18Y and up

Pushing for Peace

Qigong means Breath or Energy Work. Taoist Qigong emphasizes relaxation and organ detoxification. We practice this outside in front of the community center for the fresh air, cleansing ourselves as a synchronized group. Then we go inside for very specific warm-ups that lubricate the joints, stretch the tendons and strengthen the muscles, especially the legs. The warm-ups also define the extended range of motion required for Tai Chi form training. Tai Chi was developed over 500 years ago for balance, longevity and self-defense acuity as one ages. Expect to feel peaceful, relaxed and energized after this class. Class will meet in Room 2 during inclement weather. Location: Orinda Community Center No class 11/21, 11/24, 11/26 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6005 6007 6002 6006 6008 6003

9/15-10/20 9/17-10/22 9/19-10/24 10/27-12/8 10/29-12/10 10/31-12/12

Th Sa M Th Sa M

9:00 am-10:00 am 9:00 am-10:00 am 9:00 am-10:00 am 9:00 am-10:00 am 9:00 am-10:00 am 9:00 am-10:00 am

Res/Non

$180/$207 $180/$207 $180/$207 $180/$207 $180/$207 $180/$207

Yoga Iyengar

Ages 18Y and up

Jeann Dowell

Yoga for all ages & levels. Jeanne Dowell, a former instructor under U.S. Olympic Committee and pioneer in the Yoga Movement in the Lamorinda Area, has studied with the Iyengars at the Iygenar Institute in Pune, India and has studied yoga throughout the world. Her yoga studies this summer have been with a physician and yoga instructor. Focusing on the scientific background; how and why yoga works to foster healthy aging. This class will provide instructions on maintaining emotional, physical, and mental health, strength, flexibility, agility, balance, stress management, circulatory system, medical conditions (in general). Handouts will be given. All ages welcome. Any questions, please contact Jeanne: jeannedowell@yahoo.com. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 8 No class 11/22, 11/24 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6031 6033 6034 6032

9/6-10/11 10/18-11/29 10/20-12/1 9/8-10/13

Tu Tu Th Th

6:15 pm-7:30 pm 6:15 pm-7:30 pm 9:00 am-10:15 am 9:00 am-10:15 am

ADULT CLASSES | COOKING, DANCE

Continuing Ballet

Res/Non

$120/$138 $120/$138 $120/$138 $120/$138

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ADULT CLASSES Fitness, continued

Martial Arts

Yoga & Meditations Basics Ages 18Y and up

Karate do Veera Sanjana

Come build a strong foundation and understanding of Yoga. Based on a series of restorative postures designed to cleanse, tone and nourish, this class helps relieve the effects of chronic stress and restore energy. It is not about how much you can DO, but how much you can relax and let go. Each class ends with meditation and is ideal for those in need of deep rest, relaxation, and rejuvenation. Location: Library, Garden Room No class 11/24 Barcode

Dates

6027 6029

9/8-11/3 Th 11/17-12/15 Th

Day

Time

Res/Non

10:15 am-11:30 am 10:15 am-11:30 am

$180/$207 $80/$92

Yoga Basics: Healthy Aging

ADULT CLASSES | FITNESS

Ages 18Y and up

Ages 18Y and up

Larry Wadford

Be aware of your surroundings, avoid trouble, if you get into trouble—get out of it, if you can’t get out of trouble—get out of it anyway! Traditional Okinawan Karate-do, Wado Ki Kai (style) means “to learn from all things.” Students of all strength and experience levels learn Karate. Students are taught the importance of respect and self-discipline, challenging their bodies and minds. This is a comprehensive program that deals with “street” awareness, avoiding strangers, and self-defense. You are welcome to sit in on class for a week to see if it is a good fit. Sensei Larry Wadford has trained and taught Karate for over 20 years. Locations: Wed–Kindergym; Sat–Orinda Community Center, Room 2 No class 11/26, 12/1, 12/31 Barcode

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Day

Time

The class offers yoga practices for greater flexibility, strength, balance, agility and grace as we age. It focuses on whole body/ mind wellness, cardiovascular, respiratory and nervous system health, brain health and stress management among other things. With gentle floor exercises and mostly chair stretches and postures, breathing practices, mindfulness exercises and meditation the class offers a safe program to suit your particular needs, to release stress/anxiety, to become relaxed and joyful.

6145 6151 6167 6172 6146 6152 6168 6174

9/7-9/28 10/5-10/26 11/2-11/30 12/7-12/28 9/3-9/24 10/1-10/29 11/5-11/19 12/3-12/17

W W W W Sa Sa Sa Sa

4:30 pm-5:30 pm 4:30 pm-5:30 pm 4:30 pm-5:30 pm 4:30 pm-5:30 pm 10:00 am-11:30am 10:00 am-11:30am 10:00 am-11:30am 10:00 am-11:30am

Location: Library, Garden Room No class 11/22

WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS

Veera Sanjana

Barcode

Dates

Day

6028 6030

9/6-11/1 Tu 11/15-12/13 Tu

Time

10:15 am-11:30 am 10:15 am-11:30 am

Res/Non

$180/$207 $80/$92

Language

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Day/Time

Day/Time

6144 6150 6166 6170

W/4:30-5:30pm W/4:30-5:30pm W/4:30-5:30pm W/4:30-5:30pm

Sa/10-11:30am Sa/10-11:30am Sa/10-11:30am Sa/10-11:30am

9/3-9/28 10/1-10/29 11/2-11/30 12/3-12/28

Res/Non

$70/$80.50 $70/$80.50 $75/$86.25 $70/$80.50 $85/$97.75 $85/$97.75 $85/$97.75 $85/$97.75 Res/Non

$125/$143.75 $125/$143.75 $125/$143.75 $125/$143.75

Chinese Mandarin Ages 18Y and up

Walnut Creek Chinese School

Conversational I introduces Chinese pronunciation, basic phonic (pin-yin) system, character writing, fundamental vocabulary, and grammar through basic conversations, discussions, and role playing. Knowledge learned in class may be easily applied to travel, business, academics, or personal interests. Conversational II and III are a continuation of Conversational I. $10 material fee due to instructor first class. Location: Library, Gallery Room Tuesdays | 9/13-12/20 No class 11/1, 11/22

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Level

Time

6084 6083 6082

Conversational 1 Conversational II Conversational III

12:45 pm-2:00 pm 9:00 am-10:15 am 10:30 am-11:45 am

Adult

Res/Non

$299/$343.85 $299/$343.85 $299/$343.85

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ADULT CLASSES Ages 13Y and up

Mehran Mojtahedi

Special Interest

Develop confidence, coordination, and balance and learn how to defeat a larger and stronger attacker by using that person’s own energy and strength against them. Program teaches practical self-defense (not fighting) through games, friendly competition, and discipline, as well as escaping, grappling, and throwing techniques. One of the most versatile and effective methods of unarmed self-defense, Aiki-jujitsu is the basis for many martial arts systems found today. The advanced class is intended for students with a green-belt or higher ranks.

Beginner Bridge

Location: Orinda Community Center, Kindergym No class 11/24, 11/26

Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 7 Barcode

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Day

Time

Barcode

Dates

6091 6092 6090

9/8-10/20 Th 10/27-12/15 Th 10/29-12/17 Sa

6282

9/6-11/8

Tu

10:00 am-12:00 pm $125/$143.75

Day

Time

Res/Non

6:30 pm-8:30 pm 6:30 pm-8:30 pm 11:00 am-12:00 pm

$79/$90.85 $79/$90.85 $79/$90.85

Self Defense-Aiki Jujitsu, All Levels Ages 13Y and up

Mehran Mojtahedi

Develop confidence, coordination, and balance and learn how to defeat a larger and stronger attacker by using that person’s own energy and strength against them. Program teaches practical self-defense (not fighting) through games, friendly competition, and discipline, as well as escaping, grappling, and throwing techniques. One of the most versatile and effective methods of unarmed self-defense, Aiki-jujitsu is the basis for many martial arts systems found today. Location: Orinda Community Center, Kindergym Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6089

9/10-10/22

Sa

11:00 am-12:00 pm

Res/Non

$79/$90.85

NEW! Shorin-Ryu, Beginner/Intermediate Karate Ages 18Y and up

Jeffrey Violet

Shorin-Ryu Matsubayashi karate training provides an excellent opportunity to improve your self-confidence and mental and physical conditioning. If you stick with this class, you will get into good shape and you will experience a traditional karate dojo. Whether you are a person seeking a new way to increase your fitness level or a skilled athlete looking for a new challenge, Shorin-Ryu karate training will help you achieve your goals. Men and women from all backgrounds are invited to accept the rigorous training of Shorin-Ryu Karate. We train in a respectful, safe, and intense manner. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 6 No class 11/26 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6227

9/17-12/17

Sa

9:00 am-10:00 am

Res/Non

Ages 18Y and up

Carol Griffin

THE CLUBS SERIES is the official ACBL beginner’s bridge course on the solid basics of bidding and play and is also useful for rusty players to update their game. The course includes hand evaluation, opening 1NT, opening bids and responses, rebids by opener and responder, overcalls, takeout doubles and responses, and basic play concepts. Each class includes “hands on” practice in bidding and play. Res/Non

Diamond Series Ages 18Y and up

Carol Griffin

The Diamond Series is the ACBL intermediate course which focuses on “Play of the Hand”. The main objective is to develop a “Plan by Declarer” including the counting of winners or losers, developing tricks, finessing, eliminating losers, managing the trump suit, considering entries and avoiding the “dangerous” opponent. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 7 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6283

9/6-11/8

Tu

1:00 pm-3:00 pm

Res/Non

$125/$143.75

Fit Sewing Patterns to YOUR Body Ages 18Y and up

Debbie Madison

This class will empower you to fit and flatter YOUR body by learning to tissue fit yourself. You will learn to choose the best size and how your body differs from most fitted patterns. Get tissue fitted in a Palmer/Pletsch shirt, pants, or jeans by Palmer/Pletsch Certified Sewing Instructor Debbie Madison. Pattern provided. $25 material fee due to instructor first day. Questions: MadisonOnTheGoEducation@gmail.com. Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 10 No class 9/28, 11/23 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6019 6020

9/7-10/19 11/2-12/14

W W

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

Res/Non

ADULT CLASSES | MARTIAL ARTS

Self Defense-Aiki Jujitsu, Advanced

$200/$230 $200/$230

A 3% facility preservation fee applies to all classes.

$119/$136.85 19

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ADULT CLASSES Special Interest, continued

Sports

DOG TRAINING

PICKLEBALL

Ages 18Y and up

Dog Dynamics

The first class of the session is mandatory, and for handlers only. It will be held online, live virtual format. Minimum age limit for handler is 18. Please bring a copy of your dog’s vaccination records for the instructor to keep. Please complete and sign the Dog Dynamics forms provided at registration and submit them to info@dogdynamics.org before the first day of class. Locations: Wed–Wilder, Field 5; Thu–Orinda Community Center, Founders No class 11/23, 11/24

Puppy Head Start Get a head start on socialization and puppy manners in this fun and safe interactive class. Your pup will roll and play with other puppies and interact with new people. We cover house breaking, manners, rudimentary obedience, leash training and coming when called. It is a class suitable for the entire family to attend, however all puppies must be accompanied by a handler who is 18 years or older. All puppies must be under veterinary care. Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6036 6044 6037 6045

9/14-10/19 9/15-10/20 10/26-12/7 10/27-12/8

W Th W Th

9:00 am-9:45 am 5:00 pm-5:45 pm 9:00 am-9:45 am 5:00 pm-5:45 pm

Res/Non

$200/$230 $200/$230 $200/$230 $200/$230

ADULT CLASSES | SPECIAL INTEREST, DOG TRAINING

Beginning Obedience

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Basic Obedience is the foundation for all training goals. We teach you how to motivate your dog to want to learn the basics of heel, sit, and down. We teach how to shape the “leave it” and “come” commands, and the command “wait” to prevent your dog from bolting through doors. This is a critical step in developing a healthy bond, and puts your dog on the road to a more meaningful life. Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6038 6039 6047 6048

9/14-10/19 10/26-12/7 9/15-10/20 10/27-12/8

W W Th Th

10:00 am-10:45 am 10:00 am-10:45 am 6:00 pm-6:45 pm 6:00 pm-6:45 pm

Ages 18Y and up

Paragon Pickleball

A total Beginner rating would most likely fall between 1.0-2.0, and an Advanced Beginner’s rating would be around a 2.5. For questions, please email Coach Drew at paragonpickleball@ gmail.com.

Beginners This class is specifically for NEWBIES, TOTAL BEGINNERS, or people with little to no experience. Students will go over every shot they’ll need to learn in order to play, including how to score, the different areas of the court, and basic court position. If it’s your first time playing we welcome you to the amazing world of pickleball! Location: Community Center Park, Tennis Court 1 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6231 6232

9/20-10/25 11/1-12/6

Tu Tu

8:30 am-9:30 am 8:30 am-9:30 am

Res/Non

$134/$154 $134/$154

Advanced Beginners This clinic is for students who have limited experience but can sustain a short rally with players of equal ability. They also have the basic ability to keep score. In this class players will master the primary rules of the game, learn how to hit a forehand and backhand with direction, accurately place serves, and improve proper court positioning. Location: Community Center Park, Tennis Court 1 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6233 6234

9/20-10/25 11/1-12/6

Tu Tu

9:30 am-10:30 am 9:30 am-10:30 am

Res/Non

$139/$159.85 $139/$159.85

Res/Non

$200/$230 $200/$230 $200/$230 $200/$230

Intermediate Obedience This is the next step to improve on your beginning obedience skills. Intermediate obedience focuses on teaching your dog to stay with distractions, come when called in various situations, and to heel in a more formal fashion. We teach dogs how to relax when you are out of sight, and to be calm as they execute their obedience. The intermediate class is excellent preparation for taking the AKC Canine Good Citizen Class. Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6040 6041

9/14-10/19 10/26-12/7

W W

11:00 am-11:45 am 11:00 am-11:45 am

Adult

Res/Non

$200/$230 $200/$230

A 3% facility preservation fee applies to all classes.

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ADULT CLASSES TENNIS

Drop-In Soccer (Co-Ed)

Ages 18Y & up

John Fogli

Join one of the tennis classes listed based on level. Beginner: Designed for novice players; introduces fundamental strokes (forehand, backhand, serve, and net play); rules, scoring, and court play etiquette. Advanced Beginner: understands grips, ground strokes and can begin to control the serve. Emphasis on technique, doubles strategy, and movement on the court. Intermediate: Players understand the game, can sustain a rally, and has a serve that exhibits some control, but is in need of a second serve. USTA will rate you under 4.0 but above 3.0. Advanced: Good consistency, hits with depth and control, serves well (including a good spin second serve), and good overhead shots. USTA will rate the advanced player a 4.0 and over. Class times may change due to player levels. $10 ball fee due instructor first class.

Ages 35Y & up

Dave Simon

Friendly game with no slide tackling, no goalies and played with “lacrosse size” goals. Not played with sidelines as the field is very wide and everything over the end line is a goal kick. Average skill level is moderate. Please note session is non-refundable with no-rain outs. Location: Wilder, Field 1 Barcode

Dates

Day

6225 6256

8/7-10/9 Su 10/16-12/18 Su

Time

8:00 am-10:00 am 8:00 am-10:00 am

Res/Non

$50/$57.50 $55/$63

Level

Dates

Day

Time

6009 6010

Beginner/Adv. Beg. Intermediate/Adv.

8/29-11/28 9/7-11/30

M W

6:45 pm-7:40 pm 6:20 pm-7:15 pm

FALL CLASSES

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ADULT CLASSES | SPORTS

Location: Community Center Park, Tennis Court 1 Fees: $240/$276 No class 9/5, 11/21, 11/23

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Adult


SENIOR PROGRAMS AARP Driver Safety-Refresher Course

Castello Di Amorosa (Napa Valley)

This is a refresher course. Smart Driver Program is a recognized course designed specifically for the older driver and takes into consideration the physical changes of the maturing driver and identifies ways to compensate for those changes. You may be eligible for a discount on your automobile insurance rate after completion of the 8 hour course. Please check with your insurance agent for specific details regarding your particular situation. Pre-registration required and check payment submitted to the Orinda Community Center Front Desk before the start of the course.

An authentically-styled 13th century Tuscan castle winery. We will be taking the Diamond Mountain Estate Tour & Reserve Wine Tasting, which includes tastings of five reserved wines. The wine educator will guide you through the Castello’s state of the art production area, underground cellars, armory, and the Grand Barrel Room where you will taste a young Cabernet Sauvignon direct from the barrel. After the tour, we will be going to the Calistoga Inn & Brewery for lunch at your own leisure. Reservations are made, but you will be responsible for your own bill for lunch. Cost includes: Roundtrip motor coach transportation. Activity Level: 3.

Ages 55Y & up

Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 9 Fee: $20 (AARP members), $25 Non-AARP members)—checks made out to AARP. Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6012

9/20

Tu

9:00 am-1:45 pm

Res/Non

See fees above

Senior Trips

SENIOR CENTER | SENIOR PROGRAMS, SENIOR TRIPS

Ages 55Y & up In collaboration with the Town of Moraga Parks and Recreation, Orinda Parks and Rec invites you to explore the Bay Area—and beyond! Become a tourist in your own backyard, visit the man treasures nestled in the greater Bay Area, and meet other adventurers like yourself. Pre-registration is required, please call 925-254-2445 if you need registration assistance. Meet at the Hacienda de las Flores, 2100 Donald Drive, in Moraga. Important Information: The senior discount fee is already incorporated; times listed on the trips are approximate—exact meeting times will be provided one week prior to the trip; refunds for trips can only be issued if a waitlist can be utilized.

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Dates

Day

Time

Res/Non

6272

9/15

Th

11:45 am-6:00 pm

$79/$79

Fleet Week on The San Francisco Belle The Belle is a San Francisco landmark that evokes the city’s turn-of-the-century Barbary Coast energy. The 292-foot sternwheeler features Art Nouveau style on all three enclosed levels, plus a spacious sun deck and three full wrap-around decks. There is no better vantage point to see the Fleet Week Air Show than from directly under the planes—sailing on the iconic S.F. Belle. Indulge in a hosted buffet lunch, as you sip on free-flowing champagne and enjoy background music from the on board D.J. Step onto one of the outer decks and watch the Jaw-Dropping precision of the famous San Francisco Fleet Week Air Show Pilots: The Blue Angels! Cost includes: Roundtrip motor coach transportation, Cruise on board the S.F. Belle Paddle Wheeler, Reserved seats on board the ship, Special viewing of the Blue Angels show (weather permitting), Driver gratuity, in addition to a Hosted Hot Buffet Luncheon which includes: beverage, coffee service, tea, juice and champagne, and music entertainment. Activity Level: 2. Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6157

10/8

Sa

11:45 am-6:00 pm

Res/Non

$198/$198

“Aint Too Proud­—The Life and Times of the Temptations.” Aint Too Proud—The Life and Times of the Temptations is the electrifying, new smash-hit Broadway musical that follows The Temptations’ extraordinary journey from the streets of Detroit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. With their signature dance moves and silky-smooth harmonies, they rose to the top of the charts creating an amazing 42 Top Ten hits with 14 reaching number one. Prior to the matinee (1:00pm) at the Orpheum, the group will have lunch at Mel’s Drive-In. Cost includes: Roundtrip motor coach transportation, admission to the show and hosted lunch at Mel’s Drive-In. Activity Level: 2. Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

Res/Non

6273

11/16

W

10:00 am-5:00 pm

$82/$82

22

Senior

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SENIOR PROGRAMS The Art of Long-Term Care Planning

The Great Dickens Christmas Fair is a one-of-a-kind immersive adventure into Victorian London—an elaborate holiday party with hundreds of costumed players performing and interacting with patrons in over 140,000 square feet of theatrically-lit music halls, pubs, dance floors, and festive shops. It’s a twilight evening in Charles Dickens’ London Town—a city of winding lanes filled with colorful characters from both literature and history. Enticing aromas of roasted chestnuts and hearty foods fill the air. Dozens of lamplit shops are filled to overflowing with handmade gifts. Gourmet chefs offer delicious foods from around the world. *We are now taking interest list for the Great Dickens Fair. Tickets are not currently on sale, so once we have more information, we will reach out to those on the Interest List first with pricing information as well as itinerary!* Cost will include: Roundtrip motor coach transportation to the fair. No-host lunch can be enjoyed on your own. Activity Level: 3 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6274

12/10

Sa

11:45 am-6:00 pm

Res/Non

TBD

Wisdom Workshops Healthy Eating on a Budget and/or Managing Your Diabetes with Nutrition Ages 40Y & up

Eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive. I’m going to show you some PRACTICAL ways you can do RIGHT AWAY to eat healthy so that you can feel more energized, be at a healthier weight WITHOUT breaking the bank! Presenter: John Canlas, Registered Dietician Dates

Day

Time

6049

9/7

W

10:30 am-11:30 am

We will explain in plain, easy-to-understand language the latest information about long term care, including: What’s covered and not covered by government programs? How much long-term care service cost in your local area? Presenter: Roberto Hernandez, New York Life Insurance Company

Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 7 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6063

10/11

Tu

5:00 pm-7:00 pm

Res/Non

Free/Free

Open Enrollment for Medicare Begins October 15—CCC HICAP is Here to Help! Ages 40Y & up

It’s time to review your Medicare coverage for next year. Even if you like your current plan, it may have changed its copays, drugs or providers or your needs may have changed. There may also be better options available. Last year the number of Advantage Plans in Contra Costa doubled and there were significant changes to drug plans as well. HICAP will discuss the options for 2023 and how to potentially save lots of money or get better coverage. Come see what’s in store for next year and learn what your choices are. Materials will be available. No selling—just free, impartial information and assistance. To see the schedule of other dates for these talks or for more information about HICAP, visit www.cchicap.org or call 925-655-1393 or 1-800-510-2020 (from land lines). Presenter: Contra Costa Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program

Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 8 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6042

11/1

Tu

2:00 pm-3:30 pm

Res/Non

Free/Free

Senior Resources Transportation

Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 8 Barcode

Ages 40Y & up

Res/Non

Free/Free

iPhone Tips & Tricks Ages 55Y & up

Seems like there is a smartphone in everyone’s pocket. But if you want to go beyond the basics and learn how to make using the keyboard easier, use gestures to speed up your device, send messages with flair, print and more, then this class is for you. Bring your iPhone updated to the latest version of the IOS.

ORINDA SENIORS AROUND TOWN

A free, on demand, door-to-door transportation program for the senior residents of Orinda. Rides provided Monday to Friday, 9:00 am–4:00 pm. For information, or to register (those needing a ride and drivers), call (925) 402-4506. Program also provides information on alternate types of transportation.

Presenter: Mike Matthews, Double-M-Consulting, LLC

ADULT CLASSES | WISDOM WORKSHOPS, RESOURCES

The Great Dickens Christmas Fair

Location: Orinda Community Center, Room 7 Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6175

9/12

M

10:30 am-11:30 am

Res/Non

Free/Free 23

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Senior


VIRTUAL CLASSES Youth/Teen Virtual Classes Advanced Public Speaking & Debate Skills

Ages 7-12Y

Gurus Educational Services

Confident public speakers articulate themselves clearly, making them happy. This course help students structure their thoughts and express them confidently making them strong, confident, and happy! In the debate section the students not only voice their opinions but also listen the other side. The students become better listeners, learn note-taking strategies making them effective communicators. With topics of their interests and our encouraging them to use props, stories, jokes, quotes, and other visual aids, we make learning easy and exciting. No class 11/23

Being able to communicate effectively and confidently has immeasurable benefits in students’ professional and personal lives. Bring out confidence in your children! This class is filled with fun activities teaching young children the life-long skills. They learn how to stand tall and speak confidently in front of a group. They begin to understand the concepts and importance of maintaining eye contact, good posture, volume, and expressions. This class helps them give structure to their thoughts improving their writing skills. Shy as well as talkative one’s alike benefit from this class as we do fun activities including tongue-twister challenges, storytelling, poem recitals and presentations. No class 11/21

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Dates

6071 6073

9/17-10/22 Sa 10/31-12/12 M

Ages 8-13Y

6072 6074

Dates

9/17-10/22 11/2-12/14

Gurus Educational Services

Day

Sa W

Time

Res/Non

10:45 am-12:15 pm $225/$258.75 4:00 pm-5:30 pm $225/$258.75

Ages 7-12Y

Gurus Educational Services

This course teaches young students the essentials of building confidence in public speaking. Taught using the fun concepts of (don’t) show and tell, storytelling (scary and funny stories!), reciting poems, pretend games, this is an excellent class to start developing confidence in young students in a fun way. The participants learn how to stand tall and speak confidently in front of a group. They begin to understand the concepts and importance of maintaining eye contact, good posture, volume, and expressions. Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6067

9/12-10/17

M

4:00 pm-5:30 pm

Res/Non

$225/$258.75

Public Speaking & Debate—Speaking & Writing Skills Ages 7-12Y

Building confidence in children so they can express in group setting has immeasurable benefits in their school, personal and professional lives. The students in this program learn how to manage public speaking anxiety, present themselves with confidence, bring emotions, and connect with the audience fluently. In the debate portion of the module, they learn how to make strong arguments by providing reasoning and evidence, creating a foundation of critical thinking and essentials of debating. With lot of thought-provoking and stimulating. No class 11/26 Dates

Day

Time

6069 6075

9/14-10/19 11/5-12/17

W Sa

4:00 pm-5:30 pm 9:00 am-10:30 am

Time

9:00 am-10:30 am 4:00 pm-5:30 pm

Res/Non

$225/$258.75 $225/$258.75

Ages 7-12Y

Gurus Educational Services

A useful and fun course that benefits and is loved by children and parents alike! This class introduces students to money management using activities like comparative shopping, salary analysis, budgeting a trip, wants and need planning. Students learn how to track expenses and analyze them. Parents love to see their children become aware on these concepts. Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6070

9/16-10/21

F

4:00 pm-5:30 pm

Res/Non

$225/$258.75

Adult Virtual Classes Online French for Beginners

Gurus Educational Services

Barcode

Day

Smart Money & Investing

Building Public Speaking Confidence

VIRTUAL CLASSES

Public Speaking—Confident Speakers & Writers

Res/Non

$225/$258.75 $225/$258.75

Ages 18Y and up

Hope Izabelle

Have fun learning to speak and read French the easy way, with interactive games, group activities, pronunciation...and we even read a play! With a focus on French for travelers, this class approaches grammar fundamentals, and learning to communicate in basic French. We will cover gender, nouns, verbs, adjectives, and more, while discovering the French language and its culture. It’s never to late to learn a language, and you will be speaking and understanding everyday French in no time! Seniors Welcome! Hope Izabelle lived in France for many years, and has tutored all levels of French. Most recently she taught French II at a High School in Vallejo. Completely bilingual, she gives students the savoir-faire to understand French in a fun and rewarding way with her interactive and engaging classes. Learn more at: www.hopeinsite.com/tutor No class 11/24 Barcode

Dates

6113 6114 6115

9/15-10/6 Th 10/20-11/10 Th 11/17-12/15 Th

Day

Time

Res/Non

3:30 pm-4:30 pm 3:30 pm-4:30 pm 3:30 pm-4:30 pm

$60/$60 $60/$60 $60/$60

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Virtual Classes

REGISTER ONLINE:

OrindaParksandRec.org


VIRTUAL CLASSES

Photo by Sue Clark Severson

Online French for Continuing Beginners Hope Izabelle

Delve into the French language and its culture with interactive games and specific learning techniques designed to get you comfortable and confident in speaking and understanding. A continuation of French Grammar & Conversation for Beginners, this class is for those who would like to improve French skills both in conversation and pronouncing. After reviewing grammar basics, depending on the session, we will cover simple prepositions, verb forms, tenses, vocabulary and more. You’ll be speaking and understanding everyday French in no time! Prereq: A basic understanding of gender, nouns, adjectives and verbs. Hope Izabelle lived in France for many years, and has tutored all levels of French. Most recently she taught French II at a High School in Vallejo, CA. Completely bilingual, she gives students the savoirfaire to understand French in a fun and rewarding way with her interactive and engaging classes. Learn more at: http://www.hopeinsite.com/tutor.htm. No class 11/24 Barcode

Dates

Day

6116 6117 6118

9/15-10/6 Th 10/20-11/10 Th 11/17-12/15 Th

Time

Res/Non

5:00 pm-6:00 pm 5:00 pm-6:00 pm 5:00 pm-6:00 pm

$60/$60 $60/$60 $60/$60

Practical Spanish for Beginners Ages 18Y and up

Derrick Leonard

How long have you been saying to yourself, “I need to learn Spanish.”? Close to 40% of California residents speak Spanish or come from Spanish speaking backgrounds...and that number keeps growing. Spanish is no longer just a nice thing to know; it’s quickly becoming a very practical skill. You don’t have to go to another country to speak Spanish; it’s all around us. It’s spoken where we shop, where we work, and in our neighborhoods. Spanish is the easiest foreign language for English speakers to learn, with a similar alphabet and many words in common. In this class no previous Spanish knowledge is assumed. Whether you took two years of Spanish in high school or don’t know one word, you can learn Spanish. You just have to get started! Barcode

Dates

Day

Time

6101 6102 6103 6104 6105

8/1-8/22 9/12-9/26 10/3-10/24 11/7-11/28 12/5-12/26

M M M M M

7:00 pm-8:00 pm 7:00 pm-8:00 pm 7:00 pm-8:00 pm 7:00 pm-8:00 pm 7:00 pm-8:00 pm

Res/Non

$50/$50 $37.50/$37.50 $50/$50 $50/$50 $50/$50

Local Organizations Art in Public Places www.artspaceorinda.org

Friends of the Orinda Library www.friendsoftheorindalibrary.org

Lamorinda Arts Council www.orindaarts.org

Lamorinda Village

Orinda Historical Society (925) 254-1353 www.OrindaHistory.org

Orinda Library www.ccclib.org

Orinda Road Runners www.orindaroadrunners.org

(925) 283-3500 www.lamorindavillage.org

Orinda Starlight Village Players

Orinda Association

www.orsvp.org

www.orindaassociation.org

Orinda Farmer’s Market

Orinda-Tabor Sister City Foundation

Saturdays, 9:00 am–1:00 pm on Orinda Way www.cccfm.org

www.orindataborsistercity.org

Orinda Chamber of Commerce

Orinda Parks and Recreation Foundation

(925) 254-3909 www.orindachamber.org

www.oprfoundation.org

Orinda Community Foundation

Jean Barnhart: (925) 254-3881 pbbj2@comcast.net

www.orindafoundation.org

Rotary Club of Orinda www.orindarotary.org

Orinda Woman’s Club

Orinda Hiking Club www.orindahiking.org

Local Sports Organizations Cal Magic Soccer Club www.calmagicsc.com East Bay Eclipse Soccer Club www.eastbayeclipse.com Lamorinda Basketball Academy www.lamorindabasketballacademy.com Lamorinda Lacrosse www.lamorindalacrosse.com Lamorinda Rugby www.lamorugby.com Lamorinda Soccer Club www.lamorindasc.com

ADULT CLASSES | WISDOM WORKSHOPS, RESOURCES

Ages 18Y and up

Orinda Baseball Association www.obabaseball.com Santa Maria CYO Basketball www.santamariacyo.com 25

REGISTRATION INFORMATION: (925) 254-2445

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HOW TO REGISTER • ONLINE REGISTRATION—AUGUST 22, 2022:

www.OrindaParksandRec.org • IN PERSON:

Orinda Community Center, 28 Orinda Way Monday–Friday, 8:30 am–4:30 pm • MAIL:

Complete registration form on page 28 and check payment, including 3% Facility Preservation Fee.

Helpful Registration Tips • For your security, we can no longer accept credit card payments over the phone, or via mail/fax. • If you need assistance in creating or accessing your new account, please give us a call at (925) 254-2445. • If paying by check, call us and we can calculate your total amount due. • If you are 62 years of age or older, please include your date of birth in order to receive the Senior Discount at the time of registration.

General Registration Information Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis and is required for all camps and classes prior to participation. Register early as some camps and classes fill quickly, or may be cancelled due to low enrollment. You will be notified if a camp or class is cancelled, or if there is a change.

REGISTRATION

CANCELLATIONS, WITHDRAWS, REFUNDS, AND TRANSFER REQUESTS

Facility Preservation Fee A 3% Facility Preservation Fee applies to all camps and classes. To learn more, visit orindaparksandrec.org/400/FacilityPreservation-Fee.

Parks and Recreation Forms can be downloaded at www.orindaparksandrec.org/328/Forms-and-Documents.

Covid-19 Health & Safety Programs offered through the Orinda Parks and Recreation department will adhere to and follow all healthy and safety guidelines specified by Contra Costa Health Services, and the Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The Orinda Parks and Recreation Department’s Health and Safety Programming Procedures can be found online at orindaparksandrec.org/328/Forms-and-Documents.

Camps: Camps not meeting the minimum enrollment 10 days prior to the start of camp will be cancelled and a full refund will be issued. Registration may be cancelled up to five days prior to the scheduled camp for a refund minus a processing fee of $5 for credit cards or $20 for checks. Requests less than five days prior to the start of the camp are subject to approval by Recreation Staff. No refunds or camp transfer will be approved after the camp has begun. Classes: Classes and activities not meeting the minimum enrollment 2-4 days prior to the start of class will be cancelled and a full refund will be issued. Registration may be cancelled up to five days prior to the scheduled class for a refund minus a processing fee of $5 for credit cards or $20 for checks. Requests less than five days prior to the start of the class are subject to approval by Recreation Staff. MEDICATION

If medication is needed (prescription or over the counter) for underage participants, a supplemental Parental Consent & Directions to Staff for the Self-Administration of Medications Form is reccommended. Form available at www.OrindaParksandRec.org. NON-RESIDENT FEES

Non-Orinda residents will be assessed a 15% fee at the time of registration. Non-resident fees will not be adjusted for pro-rated classes. 26

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Orinda Parks & Facilities

(925) 254-2405 | rentals@cityoforinda.org

www.OrindaParksandRec.org/184/Parks-Facilities

FACILITY RENTAL OFFICE HOURS: Monday–Friday 8:30 am–12:30 pm

Park Spotlight: ORINDA COMMUNITY CENTER PARK, TENNIS COURTS TENNIS COURT INFORMATION Private Court Reservations If you wish to reserve a tennis court in order to guarantee a specific time, please follow the steps below.

Repeat Renters: Send an email with details of your reservation request to OrindaParksandRec@ CityofOrinda.org. Requests must be submitted at least 24 hours in advance, and will be responded to during Front Desk operating hours of Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. This process is only permitted for private court use, seven days a week, from 8 a.m.–10 p.m. Organized instruction is not authorized through this process. Reservations are confirmed once the application/ request has been submitted, fees are paid, and you have received a reservation permit. Tennis court reservations will be posted and have priority over nonreservations. Tennis Light Card: Interested in learning more about a Tennis Light card? Visit http://www. orindaparksandrec.org/233/Parks.

Orinda Parks and Recreation offers an array of beautiful and functional facilities for your special event, party, picnic, family gathering or meeting. The City also has a number of local parks and trails available for use. If you have held a private event in one of the city facilities and have pictures you would be willing to share, please send them our way! We’d love to see how you transformed the space. Email them to rentals@cityoforinda.org.

Orinda Park and Facility Locations City Hall & Sarge Littlehale Meeting Room 22 Orinda Way Orinda Community Center Park & Tennis Courts 28 Orinda Way Orinda Library Auditorium & Garden, Gallery & May Rooms 26 Orinda Way Orinda Oaks Park 485 Moraga Way

Orinda Oaks Preserve Top of Donald Drive Wagner Ranch Gym 350 Camino Pablo

ORINDA PARKS & FACILITIES

First-time Renters: Please complete the Private Tennis Court Reservation Application and submit it to OrindaParksandRec@CityofOrinda. org. The application can be found here: http://www. orindaparksandrec.org/233/Parks.

Wilder Ranch House, Sports Fields & Picnic Area 10 Orinda Fields Ln, Wilder Rd

Orinda Sports Fields Sports Field Dr, Camino Pablo Pine Grove Park 8 Altarinda Wilder Art and Garden Center 20 Orinda Fields Lane

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Registration Form

Register online! OrindaParksandRec.org

Orinda Parks & Recreation Dept. | 28 Orinda Way, Orinda, CA 94563 | (925) 254-2445 | OrindaParksandRec@CityofOrinda.org Adult/Parent/Legal Guardian Name ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Email:_____________________________________________ Phone #1:_________________________ Phone #2:___________________________ Address:__________________________________________ Zip Code:__________________ City:________________________________________ Parent #2/Emergency Contact Name_________________________________________________________________________________________ Email:_____________________________________________ Phone #1:__________________________Phone #2___________________________ First Name

Last Name

if under age 18:

Age

Birthdate

Program/Class/League Name

Barcode

Make checks payable to: The City of Orinda

Start Date Day

Time

Fee

– Senior Discount $2 x____________ + 3% Facility Preservation Fee____________ = TOTAL:____________

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR THOSE UNDER AGE 18:

REGISTRATION FORM | FALL 2023

First Name

Last Name

Gender (Entering Fall) Grade M/F

Grouping/Coach Requests*

*Grouping/Coach requests are not guaranteed. Limit two per child. Please list first and last names. PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE REGISTRATION AND CANCELLATION POLICIES ON PAGE 26.

It is your responsibility as the consumer to understand our policies in the event you need to withdraw from our classes. In consideration of being permitted to participate in City of Orinda Parks and Recreation activities, THE UNDERSIGNED, as a participant or legal guardian representing a minor participant, HEREBY FOREVER RELEASES, WAIVES AND DISCHARGES THE CITY OF ORINDA , its directors, officers, employees, agents, independent contractors, and volunteers from any and a liability, to the undersigned and/or his/her person a representatives, assignees, heirs, and next of kin for any loss and/or damages and any claims or demands occurring or resulting from any accidents, injury, and/or damage to the person or property or death of the undersigned or their minor, arising out of or connected with participation in activities on the City of Orinda’s property or site utilized by the City of Orinda , and/or while using the premises, facilities, and or equipment thereon ,whether or not caused by the negligence and/or property of the City of Orinda, its directors, officers, employees, agents, independent contractors, or volunteers. THE UNDERSIGNED, as a participant or legal guardian representing a minor participant, ASSUMES FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR AND RISK OF BODILY INJURY, DEATH, OR PROPERTY DAMAGE, due to the negligence of the City of Orinda, its directors, officers, employees, agents, independent contractors, and volunteers or otherwise while in, upon, or about the premises of the City of Orinda, or site utilized by the City of Orinda, and/or while using the premises, facilities, and or equipment thereon. THE UNDERSIGNED, as a participant or legal guardian representing a minor participant, agrees to INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HARMLESS the City of Orinda, its directors, officers, employees, agents, independent contractors, and volunteers from

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any and all claims, actions, suits, procedures, costs, expenses, damages and liabilities, including attorney’s fees, brought as a result of the undersigned ‘s or their minor’s involvement in activities while in, upon, or about the premises of the City of Orinda , or a site utilized by the City of Orinda, and/or while using the premises, facilities, and or equipment hereon, and to reimburse the City of Orinda for any such expenses. THE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY PERMITS the taking of photographs or videos of themselves or their minor to be used at the City’s discretion and understand they may be used for marketing purposes. THE UNDERSIGNED HAS READ AND VOLUNTARILY SIGNS THE RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT, and further agrees that no oral representations, statements, or inducement apart from the foregoing written agreement has been made. The undersigned hereby acknowledges fully understanding the terms of this agreement and acknowledges that by signing this agreement the undersigned completely and unconditionally releases the City of Orinda, its directors, officers, employees, agents, independent contractors, and volunteers from any and all liability to the greatest extent allowed by the law. I also waive and release the City of Orinda from any and all claims, causes of action, allegations, or assertions that may arise relating to infection of any person by COVID-19 that occurs, or is alleged to occur, as a result of participating or partaking in Orinda Parks and Recreation programs or services.

Name (please print)

REGISTER ONLINE:

Date

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OrindaParksandRec.org Orinda Parks & Recreation 28 Orinda Way, Orinda, CA 94563 (925) 254-2445

This advisory group helps teens impact their community through hosting community servicerelated events. Members strengthen their resume and build networking connections with their peers while deeply connecting with the roots of their community. They also learn important facets of a council, such as teamwork, cooperation, coordination, logistics, and communication, which they can use as building blocks

for success in their academic careers and eventual professional endeavors. Any middle school or high school students, ages 11-19, who live or attend school in the Lamorinda area are eligible for OTAC. Interested students can contact Recreation Coordinator, Matt Delmartini, at mdelmartini@cityoforinda.org for an application.

Apply to be part of the Orinda Teen Advisory Council for the 2022-23 school year today!

TEEN AVISORY COUNCIL Camp & class registration begins August 22. Register online: OrindaParksandRec.org