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City of Campbell

RECREATION ACTIVITY GUIDE and Campbell Profile-Newsletter

WWW.CITYOFCAMPBELL.COM


TABLE OF CONTENTS

CAMPBELL CITY COUNCIL Rich Waterman, Mayor Jeffrey Cristina, Vice Mayor Jason Baker Michael Kotowski Evan Low Campbell City Council meetings are held the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm at City Hall, 70 North First Street. Re-broadcasts can be viewed on the City’s cable station on Channel 26.

RECREATION DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY Campbell Community Center - Recreation Office 1 W. Campbell Avenue, C-31, Campbell, 95008

OFFICE HOURS

Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday/Sunday Adult Center (50 yrs+ programs) Adult Lunch Program Class Registrations Community Center Rentals Community Center Leasing Field Conditions Hotline Historical Museum Heritage Theatre Park Reservations Recreation/Community Center Fax TTY for hearing impaired

8:00 am - 5:30 pm 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Closed (408) 866-2146 (408) 866-2764 (408) 866-2104 (408) 866-2138 (408) 866-2192 (408) 866-2769 (408) 866-2119 (408) 866-2700 (408) 866-2104 (408) 374-6965 (408) 871-5104

The Campbell Community Center is accessible by VTA Bus Lines #26 and #60 and Mountain View - Winchester Light Rail service

RECREATION ACTIVITY GUIDE & CAMPBELL PROFILE

CAMPBELL PROFILE

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YOUTH & TEENS (CONT.)

AINSLEY HOUSE - MUSEUM

8-9

Public Recreation Swim

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HERITAGE THEATRE

10-11

Safesitters (Babysitting)

38

Sciensational Camps

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GENERAL INFORMATION City Parks

62-63

Sewing

38

Community Center

60-61

Skate Park - Skateboarding

22, 37

Library

32

Soccer

22, 34

Local Sports Groups

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Sports Camps

21-23

Message from the Director

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Swim Lessons

12-13

Registration Information

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Swim Team

14

Youth Scholarship

63

Tennis

23, 36

Volleyball

35

SPECIAL EVENTS Summer Concert Series

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TODDLERS

ADULT Aquatics

40

Art Classes

29

Art

50

Cheerleading/Gymnastics

30

Boot Camp

41

Dance

31

Computers

53

Day Camp

16-19

Cooking

51

Movement Classes

28

CPR Certification

52

Music Together

29

Dance

47

Parent & Toddler

28

Drop-In Fitness Schedule

39

Soccer

34

Fitness Classes

39-44

Swim Lessons

12-13

Gardening

51

Judo/Ju-Jitsu

45

YOUTH & TEEN Art Camps

25-27

Music Lessons

48

The Recreation Activity Guide and Campbell Profile/ Newsletter is published three times a year. All Campbell residents should receive one by U.S. mail. Non-residents may request a one-year subscription of the Activity Guide by mailing a check for $5 payable to the City of Campbell with your name, address and home phone number to:

Art Classes

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Pilates

43

Cheerleading & Gymnastics

30

Safety/Emergency Preparedness

52

Cooking

38

Spinning

42

Dance

31

Sports League

45

City of Campbell Recreation Department 1 W. Campbell Avenue, C-31 Campbell, CA 95008

Day Camps

16-20

Swim Lessons

40

Driver’s Education

38

Tennis

46

Engineering LEGO Camps

24

Yoga/Meditation

44

Futsal Indoor Soccer

35

Zumba

42

Karate - Judo/Ju-Jitsu

34

ADULT CENTER 50+ YRS

Leaders-in-Training

20

General Information

54

Movie Mania Camp

25

Classes

56-59

Music Lessons

33

Services & Outreach

54

Trips

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Publication & Distribution

The guide will be mailed prior to important registration deadlines. Additional copies of the current guide are available at City Hall, Campbell Library, and the Recreation Office. You can also view the guide online at: www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation


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PROFILE

Vol. 104, Summer 2014

Campbell's Water Conservation Efforts

Over recent months, it has become

clear that water usage has become a critical issue for the entire State. Droughts have occurred somewhat regularly over the past 50 years for a variety of reasons, such as lower than expected snow in the Sierras, the lack of rainfall (locally), as well as State-wide water management issues. Earlier this year, the Santa Clara Valley Water District Board of Directors first voted to enact 10% voluntary water reductions. In effect, this was a continuation of the successful conservation efforts that have been in place for several years. Last month, however, the urgency increased. There have been significant changes in how the State will manage water this year. Combined with a below average snow-pack, as well as relatively little local precipitation, the Water District Board has now called for 20% mandatory rationing last February. While it is still not clear how the 20% goal will be achieved, it is clear that the Water District does not intend for this to be done on a customer by customer basis as this may penalize those customers (and agencies) that have already been conserving all along. Rather, the 20% goal will be a

County-wide goal. The Water District has set a goal of conserving 78,000 acre feet this year. With the issue now looming, what are Campbell's water conservation efforts? Mulch Program - The City has a very aggressive mulching program. After tree contractors and in-house crews remove a tree, mulch (wood chip material) is taken into the Corp. yard for storage. The mulch is then used to cover bare areas between irrigated plants. This reduces water loss by decreasing evaporation around the plants and allowing reduction in watering times (which is programmed into irrigation controllers). Mulch is also applied to trees located along City streets. New street trees often do not have irrigation systems and require hand-watering by staff to help get them established. Placing mulch around the trees reduces the frequency of hand-watering and results in water conservation and decreased labor costs. During the rainy season, the mulch acts as a repository for the rainwater, reducing the need to hand-water.

and high water consuming turf areas. Fertilizer boosts the growth of plants which in turn requires more water. The City has decreased the amount of fertilizer applied to turf and ornamental plants. Reducing the amount of fertilizer reduces the amount of water needed by the plant and consequently saves water. Staff also replaces turf areas with a combination of cardboard and mulch. This practice allows for irrigation systems to be shut off completely, leading to substantial water conservation. Examples of this process are found in landscaped areas that contain ornamental plants, as well as an upcoming project at Jack Fischer Park that will remove turf in the parking strip along Abbott Avenue. Staff is also evaluating a similar approach to turf placed between buildings at the Community Center. (Continued on Page 4)

Turf Areas - The City has designated certain parks and facilities to receive less water on the landscapes than other higher visibility areas. This includes ornamental plants and trees

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A Message from Santa Clara Valley Water District

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recent rains, drought is far from over.

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On February 25th, the Santa Clara Valley Water District Board of Directors unanimously passed a resolution calling upon retail water agencies, the county and local cities to implement mandatory measures, as necessary, to reach a water use reduction target equal to 20% of 2013 water use. The water district’s board called for increased water use reductions of 20% (up from 10 percent called for in January) due to the state and federal announcements of reduced allocations of imported water from the Sierra Nevada watersheds. A priority of the district is continued delivery of safe, clean water from its drinking water treatment plants. Water imported through the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta (Delta) typically provides more than 85 percent of the supply for the water district’s three drinking water treatment plants. In dry and critically dry years, when local water is limited, up to 99% of treated drinking water is from imported water sources. This year, with limited imported water allocations, we are working with our retailers to achieve a 20 percent reduction in treated water delivery for the remainder of 2014. We’ve also begun storing imported water in Anderson Reservoir to help ensure that there is water to supply treatment plants through the year.

water, nearly all of our groundwater replenishment operations have been cut back to conserve supplies for use at our water treatment plants this summer. This means most of our groundwater recharge ponds and many creeks around the county are beginning to dry or already dry, despite recent rainfall. Residents and businesses can expect their local water provider or municipality to begin implementing measures to reach the 20% reduction target. The water district, as a wholesale provider, relies on retailer water agencies, local municipalities and the county to enact and implement local ordinances and water use reduction measures. Local communities have become much more water-wise over the past quarter century. Achieving the regional and statewide reduction targets will require us all to take additional water saving measures. The water district has developed a onestop web page for information about water supply conditions, conservation programs, water saving tips and drought alerts at http://www.valleywater.org/ drought2014. To sign up for the water district’s monthly e-newsletter, send an email to info@valleywater.org. Online customer service center: Access Valley Water (www. valleywater.org) and click on 2014 Drought. The Drought Hotline phone number is: 408-630-2000.

Because of the lack of local surface and limited imported

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What is a Housing Element?

Every

city has the obligation to plan for its long-term growth and well-being. One component of a community’s long-range planning is the existence of a General Plan with its corresponding Housing Element. The Housing Element maps out a community’s plan on how to adequately address the existing and future housing supply and needs of all people within the community at all income levels. It also establishes the framework in which the City will accommodate the Association of Bay Area Governments determined regional housing needs within the community. The City is required to have a certified Housing Element for the 2015-2023 Cycle by January 31, 2015. The City held its first community meeting on February 10, 2014, to kick off the 2015-2023 Housing Element Update process. A second community meeting will be held on April 29, 2014. If you’d like to be included in future noticing as work on this Housing Element continues throughout 2014, please contact planning@cityofcampbell.com.

Project Sentinel Informs Landlords & Tenants The City of Campbell contracts with Project Sentinel to provide information and / or mediation services for Campbell tenants and landlords to help them work out problems together with a rental housing situation. If you are a tenant having issues with a landlord or if you are a landlord needing advice on how to correctly communicate with a tenant, either party can contact Project Sentinel at (408) 243-865.


The City of Campbell’s Annual Great American Litter Pickup Saturday, May 3, 2014 Do something good for the environment, participate as a clean-up volunteer. In honor of Earth Day, the City of Campbell is hosting the annual Great American Litter Pickup. Volunteers will remove litter from local parks, along the on and off ramps of Highway 17, and the railroad tracks along Winchester Boulevard. Last year, 182 volunteers removed approximately 1,700 pounds of litter and debris from City and County parks, trails, and travel ways. There are two ways to register, electronically or by mail. To register electronically, visit the City's website at www.CityofCampbell.com or e-mail Diana Johnson at dianaj@CityofCampbell.com. To register by mail, complete the form below and mail to by : Diana Johnson City of Campbell 70 North First Street Campbell, CA 95008 This is a great opportunity to volunteer as a family, school, social organization or church group. For additional information contact Diana Johnson at (408) 866-2145 or e-mail at dianaj@CityofCampbell.com.

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Sign me up for the City of Campbell’s Great American Litter Pickup on May 3, 2014 Name (Individual or Group): Address: City: Zip: Telephone: Email:

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New Building & Fire Codes Adopted into Campbell Municipal Code Last February, the City Council adopted an Ordinance to support the 2013 Editions of the International Fire Code and Building Code, including the California Green Code. This action impacts anyone who is submitting plans for remodels or new construction. The Building Official encourages the use of qualified designers, draft-persons or architects in the preparation of construction plans to ensure that compliance is achieved with these most up-to-date regulations and standards. Staff will work with residents to a point but the plans ultimately approved for construction must comply with all adopted State and local requirements. Construction and plan submittal requirement questions can be directed by e-mail to Building@cityofcampbell. com or call 408-866-2130.

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Campbell’s Water Conservation Efforts (Continued from Page One) Evolution Computerized Irrigation System - A number of years ago, staff purchased an advanced water conservation computerized irrigation system that has increased the City’s water conservation efforts. The Evolution Computerized Irrigation System (ECIS) consists of a computerized system that controls irrigation clocks throughout the City from one location. The individual irrigation controllers located throughout the City in landscaped areas communicate to the central computer when irrigation systems have problems and are exceeding predetermined watering limits. Staff is then dispatched to repair the problem. Staff also purchased a complete weather station located at Hyde Park. The station connects to the ECIS and communicates exactly how much water

to apply to the landscape given outside temperature, evaporation rates, the drying affects of wind, and other parameters. On an hour by hour basis, the weather station samples any change in the weather and transfers the information to the ECIS, allowing for maximum water savings during dynamic weather conditions. This process enables the entire system to conserve as much water as possible.

selectively removing plants and trees that require larger amounts of water in established landscapes and turning off the irrigation systems in those areas as the landscape matures.

Alternative Strategies - Currently, staff has implemented alternative irrigation systems. Lowflow water conservation nozzles have been installed and staff is exploring the conversion of spray nozzles to drip irrigation. The Public Works Department is planting drought tolerant plants and trees (typically natives), which require less water than non-drought tolerant plants and trees (typically exotics). Staff is

Water Education - In addition to posting water conservation tips on the website, staff continues to work with the Santa Clara Valley Water District in evaluating methods than can reduce water use. There is a rebate program in effect that encourages customers to convert turf areas to alternate plant material. Additional incentives may become available as the year

Staff is also evaluating a gelatinous material that can be placed inside the tree wells that has purportedly been proven to significantly increase the water holding capacity of the surrounding soil, thus saving a significant amount of water and labor.

progresses. Staff will continue to attend water audit classes to determine the correct amount of water for landscapes and to view alternative water conservation efforts. Also scheduled are Bay Friendly Seminars, which educate staff in water conservation. Pest management classes are conducted annually by the Park Supervisor and include education in identifying water stress symptoms of plants to determine the minimum amount of water needed for survival. This strategy allows for the preservation of the City's assets, although it may have aesthetic impacts. Specific instruments (such as soil probes) have assisted staff in determining the minimum amount of water required to sustain a variety of plant types.

Maintaining our Neighborhoods

Two easy things to do to maintain the charm & City Offices Closed

City offices will be closed for the following holidays: Memorial Day - Monday, May 26, 2014 Independence Day - Friday, July 4, 2014 Labor Day - Monday, September 1, 2014 The Police Department and all emergency services however, will remain available to the public during the closure. Police Dispatch personnel will remain on-site and are available 24 hours per day.

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beauty of Campbell neighborhoods is to remove overgrown or dried weeds and vegetation, and ensure that trash & recycle containers are stored out of public view when not set out for collection.

Overgrown or dried weeds & vegetation can be a visual blight as well as a fire hazard. To report weeds on a vacant lot, contact the County Weed Abatement division at 408-282-3145. To report weeds on a property that has a structure on in, contact Code Enforcement at 408-866-2760. All garbage/recycle containers should not be visible to the public more than 24-hrs preceding collection, and are to be removed from public view within 24-hrs following collection. To report violations, contact Code Enforcement at 408-866-2760.

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December 2013

• Authorized Public Works Director

to execute a consultant services agreement with Anderson Brule Architects for Civic Center Master Planning design services.

City Council Highlights

• Approved

the plans and specifications for the Hamilton Avenue Pavement Rehabilitation Project, authorized the solicitation of bids, and authorized the City Engineer to award and execute a construction contract.

• Elected Council Member Richard Waterman to serve as the City's Mayor.

• Elected Council Member Jeff

Cristina to serve as the City's Vice-Mayor.

January 2014

• Approved the second reading of

Ordinance 2175 levying a special tax within Community Facilities District No. 2.

• Accepted

improvements for Collector and Residential Street Rehabilitation Project.

• Accepted the annual Status Report on Project Development Fees (AB-1600).

• Delegated

authority to the Director of Recreation and Community Services to issue a request for proposal to contract for transportation services and to award the contract to the most responsive bidder.

• Accepted donation of a Swim-Lift

Traveler XRC personal pool lift from Ryland Mews Home Owners Association (HOA) of San Jose, California.

• Authorized

the Director of Community Development to executive an agreement with CSG Consultants to provide temporary part-time contract code enforcement and building inspector services to the Community Development Department.

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• Amended the Campbell Municipal

Code Title 21, Chapter 21.22 pertaining to Flood Damage Prevention.

• Amended the Campbell Municipal

Code Chapter 21.10 (Commercial and Industrial Uses) to identify ancillary retail operations as a conditionally permitted use within the M-1 (Light Industrial) Zoning District.

• Approved

the plans and specification for the East Campbell Avenue Portals Project.

• Accepted donation from the Campbell Historical Museum and Ainsley House Foundation to reimburse the City for additional staffing hours for the Collection Specialist.

February

• Approved the Tract Map and accepted the public right of way, public service easement, and public street dedication for the properties located at 1181 Abbot Avenue.

• Authorized the City Manager

to enter into a grant agreement with the Santa Clara County Public Health Department to receive federal funds through the Communities Putting Prevention to Work grant program.

• Authorized execution of a TriPartite Mobile Home Rent Stabilization Agreement between Timber Cove Joint Venture, Timber Cove Mobile Homeowner’s Association, and the City of Campbell.

March

• Held a study session to discuss ways the City can assist local school districts as they begin implementing Common Core. Common Core is a new way to educate our youth.

• A

resolution was adopted congratulating Elizabeth “Liz” Gibbons on being selected by the

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Campbell Chamber of Commerce as “Citizen of the Year”.

• A

resolution was adopted congratulating Economy Lumber on being selected by the Campbell Chamber of Commerce as “Business of the Year”.

• Accepted the Comprehensive

Annual Financial Report for FY 2013 and auditor’s written communication on internal control structure and audit process.

• Held a study session to discuss

the status of the Museum’s collection.

• Authorized the City Clerk to advertise a notice of an unplanned vacation to the Planning Commission.

• Authorized the City Manager

and Police Chief to Execute an Updated Memorandum of Understanding to Continue Participation in the South Bay Information Sharing System – South Bay Region Node to share regional criminal justice records.

• Approved the issuance of a

Request for Information for providing WiFi services to the Downtown Area, Civic Center, and Community Center.


A MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR Summer…what a wonderful time of year! Parents, if you are looking for summer camps for your children that will create amazing memories, we’ve got you covered! Take a look at page 17 to find out if your child is a Bullfrog, Grasshopper or Sea Turtle! Perhaps your son or daughter is more interested in mastering the art of Movie Making or Jedi engineering? Does your child love being active? If so, then maybe Combo Sports Camp or Basketball Camp will appeal to your junior athlete. For teens we’re on the go all summer long to spots like Raging Waters, LaserQuest and Great America. So many choices and so much fun! Summer is also the time to focus on water safety with the Campbell Aquatics Program. Take a look at page 12 to see swim lessons for every age and level. If your children love swimming year round, the Campbell Wave Swim Team is the ticket! Campbell Wave offers both recreational and competitive swimmers the opportunity to improve on swimming skills while having a blast with friends. Summer is the perfect time for your child to join the team. The Recreation and Community Services Department believes that Parks and Recreation make lives and communities better now and in the future. The City of Campbell will celebrate the month of July as “Parks Make Life Better” month. Take a look at all the ways that Parks and Recreation can make your life better… Play! Celebrate the value unstructured playtime to laugh and be silly Nature! Enjoy the beauty of the outdoors at Campbell parks and trails Exercise! Come to the Campbell Community Center to keep healthy through walks on the track, swimming, and exercise classes Positive Spaces! Feel the positive energy of children singing camp songs at John D. Morgan Park Gathering Places! Join your neighbors at the Summer Concert Series at Orchard Green Now and in the Future! Visit the Campbell Historical Museum and Ainsley House to learn why preserving the past is so important for our future Wishing you and your family a summer of joy, laughter and relaxation. Kind regards,

Regina Maurantonio Recreation & Community Services Director

CITY OF CAMPBELL DIRECTORY OF CITY SERVICES EMERGENCY........................................................................911 Adult Center 50+.................................................(408) 866-2146 Animal Control (Silicon Valley)............................(408) 764-0344 Building Department........................................... (408) 866-2130 Business Licenses...............................................(408) 866-2174 City Clerk............................................................ (408) 866-2117 City Manager...................................................... (408) 866-2125 Community Center Facility Rentals.....................(408) 866-2138 Community Development....................................(408) 866-2140 Finance Department............................................ (408) 866-2111 Fire (Santa Clara County)...................................(408) 378-4010 Graffiti Hotline..................................................... (408) 866-2191 Heritage Theatre..................................................(408) 866-2700

Human Resources/Personnel............................ (408) 866-2122 Library.................................................................(408) 866-1991 Museum............................................................... (408) 866-2119 Parks Maintenance............................................. (408) 866-2145 Police (Non-Emergency).................................... (408) 866-2121 Public Works/Engineering.................................. (408) 866-2150 Public Works/Service Center.............................. (408) 866-2145 Recreation Department.......................................(408) 866-2104 Street Light Hotline..............................................(408) 866-2781 T.D.D. Hearing Impaired......................................(408) 866-2790 Traffic Signals......................................................(408) 866-2145 Volunteer Services............................................. (408) 866-2196

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CAMPBELL HISTORICAL MUSEUM Celebrating years in the ‘old fire house’ 51 N. Central Avenue

In 1964, the first Campbell Historical Museum exhibit opened in the Country Women’s Club headquarters on Campbell Avenue. In 1984, the museum opened its doors in the Old Fire House. This year, join the Campbell Historical Museum as we celebrate our 50th and 30th anniversaries and continue sharing the rich history of Campbell and the Santa Clara Valley with residents, visitors, and students. Visit the museum, take a tour, or attend one of our programs. Details on upcoming lectures and programs will be available soon.

COLLECTIONS AND ARCHIVES

The museum archives and collections are a gold mine of local history. We welcome researchers interested in accessing our materials, and donations of objects and documents related to our collections. We are also seeking volunteers interested in helping us organize and preserve these important community collections. For more information, or to set up a research appointment, contact Museum Collections Specialist, Anna Rosenbluth at (408) 866-2759 or annar@cityofcampbell.com.

Open Thursday-Sunday, noon – 4:00 pm (excluding public holidays)

GENERAL ADMISSION: $2.00 FREE for museum members and children under age 6 Combination tickets including a visit to the Campbell Historical Museum are available. Tickets do not have to be used on the same day.

DOCENTS AND GREETERS NEEDED

If you enjoy history and meeting people, consider becoming a docent or greeter for the Campbell Historical Museum and Ainsley House. For more information, call (408) 866-2718.

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EDUCATION AND COMMUNITY OUTREACH

The museum offers two on-site education field trips for students to learn about local history: Hands-on History at the Campbell Historical Museum and History Detectives at the Ainsley House. Both three-hour field trips are offered Monday through Friday in the morning. To enhance student learning, or for other community groups, the museum offers four traveling history trunks: Ohlone, Pioneer, Orchards & Canneries, and Immigration. The trunks, filled with touchable artifacts and an instructor’s guide, rent for $60 per month. To schedule a field trip or rent a history trunk, please contact Kerry Perkins at (408) 866-2718 or kerryp@ cityofcampbell.com.

Ainsley House & Campbell Historical Museum (408) 866-2119


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AINSLEY HOUSE & MORGAN GALLERY Celebrating Our th Anniversary 300 Grant Street

Built in 1925 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Ainsely House opened to the public in 1994. Docent-led tours of the beautifully restored, Tudor style home of Campbell canning pioneer J.C. Ainsley and his wife Alcinda will transport you to the bygone era of the 1920s. Open March-December, Thursday-Sunday, noon – 4:00 pm last tour at 3:15 pm (excluding public holidays)

GENERAL ADMISSION: $6.00 Adults; $4.00 Seniors (60+); $2.50 Youth FREE for museum members and children under age 6 Combination tickets including a visit to the Campbell Historical Museum are available. Tickets do not have to be used on the same day.

Create your Storybook Wedding

The Ainsley Garden, bordered by flowering crabapple trees and enclosed by latticed fencing covered with climbing roses, is the perfect setting for your wedding. The bridal party emerges through French doors, proceeds across the lawn to the wisteria shaded redwood arbor to exchange vows. Afterwards, guests enjoy an al fresco reception. The unique and romantic setting of the Ainsley Garden provides old world charm for your special occasion. For current prices, photos and information, visit www.cityofcampbell. com/museum.

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THE SPIRIT OF CAMPBELL PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT Through June 30, 2014 The exhibit will feature photographs submitted by community members, as well as historical images from the museum collection, that capture the spirit of Campbell through images of its people, places, and events. During the exhibition, museum visitors may vote on which image they feel best captures the spirit of Campbell. The winning entry will be accessioned into the permanent collection of the museum.

GROUP TOURS & TEAS

Groups of 12 or more people can make arrangements to include a tea at the Carriage House before or after their Ainsley House tour. For more information, or to make reservations, call (408) 8662757. Cost is $25 per person.

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HERITAGE THEATRE

The list below indicates all public shows/events booked for the summer season at the Heritage Theatre at the time of publication. Please visit www.heritagetheatre.org for the most current list of upcoming events.

JUNE 7 Studio 10 Dance Recital

JUNE 8 Kehillah Jewish High School Graduation

JUNE 14, 15 South Bay Dance Center Recitals

JUNE 17 Dance Effects Recital

JUNE 19

JUNE 19, 20 Infinity Dance Recitals

Miss Pacific Coast Pageant

JUNE 24, 25

AUGUST 16

JUNE 28

AUGUST 21

JULY 12

AUGUST 23

DanCyn Studio Recitals Capitol Dance Recitals West Med College Graduation

JULY 22 USCIS Naturalization Ceremonies

Raveena Panja’s Arangetram

USCIS Naturalization Ceremonies

Nadhopasana Academy Carnatic Vocal Concert

AUGUST 30 Devin and Andria’s Wedding

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JULY 26

Heritage Theatre (408) 866-2700


HERITAGE THEATRE

Infinity Dance

Dance Effects

CONSIDER THE HERITAGE THEATRE FOR YOUR NEXT EVENT! • • • •

Awards Ceremony Comedy Show Concert or Recital Dance Performance

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Musical Performance Public or Private Meeting Seminar or Presentation Variety Show

RENTAL INFORMATION

The Heritage Theatre and the adjacent Garden Courtyard are available for community and corporate rentals. The Theatre Use Policy and Schedule of Fees & Charges are available on the City’s website www.cityofcampbell.com. For an appointment to view the facility or to obtain an estimate of charges for your event, please contact Theatre Manager, Kristyn Jacobson at (408) 866-2797 or kristynj@cityofcampbell.com. The Campbell Heritage Theatre features: • 800 seats (600 orchestra, 200 balcony) • State-of-the-art sound and lighting equipment • Backstage area with three dressing rooms and a Green room • Garden Courtyard adjacent to the Theatre for receptions • Professional House and Technical Staff to work with you to make your event the very best that it can be

VOLUNTEERS

Join our wonderful team of volunteers for our upcoming productions! Volunteers specialize in a variety of areas such as ticket taking, ushering, greeters and more! Volunteer applications and detailed information about our Volunteer Program can be found online at www.heritagetheatre.org or contact our Volunteer Coordinator at (408) 8715127 or sarahb@cityofcampbell.com.

HERITAGE THEATRE BOX OFFICE (408) 866-2700 www.heritagetheatre.org The Heritage Theatre Box Office is located at the front of the Heritage Theatre in the Campbell Community Center, 1 W. Campbell Avenue, Campbell, CA 95008. Regular Box Office Hours: Tuesday - Thursday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Friday 9:00 am - 5:30 pm Saturday 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Event/Show Dates: One hour before showtime if events are ticketed

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SWIMMING

SWIM LESSONS FEE PER WEEK/SESSION: $70 RESIDENT/ $77 NON-RESIDENT Fee is for 1-week, Monday through Thursday, or a 4-Saturday session NOW!] R E T S I G E R [ Choosing the appropriate level...

Children should be registered for a level based on their ability. The ages for each level are guidelines. Please read the descriptions of skills in each level. Typically children repeat a level two or three times before mastering skills and moving on to the next.

PARENT & ME (6 MO-3 YRS)

ADVANCED BEGINNER (7-14 YRS)

Class familiarizes infant/young child with the water in a safe and secure environment. Parent/Adult (18+) works 1 on 1 in pool with child. Water orientation is focus of the class, not ‘swim’ lesson. Adult and child count as 1 student.

This class emphasizes stroke refinement. Successful completion of Beginner level (or equivalent) is required to enroll in this class. Using a variety of drills, students will learn to crawl stroke the width of the pool, full stroke and side breathing, backstroke with straight arm recovery, tread water using various kicks for 2 minutes, standing and surface in-water dives, under-water swimming and breast stroke kick with board.

Class ratio 1:8

Class ratio 1:8

TINY TOTS (3-4 YRS) Class ratio 1:4

Emphasis on submerging face, bobbing, bubble blowing, basic floating skills with support, water entry and exit, kicking with support and personal safety skills. Children will progress to holding breath and to fully submerge their head for 3 seconds, retrieve items from bottom of platform, float and glide unsupported for 5 seconds. Arm strokes and safety skills will also be introduced.

SWIMMER (8-14 YRS) Class ratio 1:10

Emphasizes skill proficiency. Successful completion of Advanced Beginner level (or equivalent) is required to enroll in this class. Instruction and drills will teach proper side-breathing and progression of crawl stroke, full breast stroke and back stroke for 20 yards, open handed turns, standing dives, as well as tread water for 3 minutes. The class will also progress to a focus on speed and efficiency in the water. Students will learn competitive skills, including starts and turns, endurance swimming, timed continuous swims in all 4 competitive strokes, as well as treading water for 5 minutes, survival float for 2 minutes and retrieval of a diving brick from the deep end of the pool.

ADULT LESSONS (15+ YRS ) Class ratio 1:6

Saturday Sessions Only. Class teaches non-swimmers flotation, basic arm strokes and kicks, crawl, backstroke and personal safety skills. Class will also progress to stroke refinement and introduction of the breaststroke.

BEGINNER (5-14 YRS) Class ratio 1:6

Students will be introduced to floating, basic swim strokes and how to properly enter the pool safely. Stroke development will also be emphasized. Students will learn to kick the width of the pool with a board, float and recover front to back, begin crawl stroke with side breathing, tread water for 2 minutes, and kneeling/standing dives.

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SWIM LESSONS MONDAY - THURSDAY SWIM LESSONS [REGISTER NOW!] Time

9:30 - 10:15 am

10:30 - 11:15 am

3:30 - 4:15 pm

4:25 - 5:10 pm

5:20 - 6:05 pm

6:15 - 7:00 pm

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

6/16-6/19

6/23-6/26

6/30-7/3

7/7-7/10

7/14-7/17

7/21-7/24

7/28-7/31

8/4-8/7

8/11-8/14

Tiny Tots

11109.11

11109.12

11109.13

11109.14

11109.15

11109.16

11109.17

11109.18

11109.19

Level

Beginner

11309.11

11309.12

11309.13

11309.14

11309.15

11309.16

11309.17

11309.18

11309.19

Adv. Beginner

11509.11

11509.12

11509.13

11509.14

11509.15

11509.16

11509.17

11509.18

11509.19

Swimmer

11609.11

11609.12

11609.13

11609.14

11609.15

11609.16

11609.17

11609.18

11609.19

Tiny Tots

11110.11

11110.12

11110.13

11110.14

11110.15

11110.16

11110.17

11110.18

11110.19

Beginner

11310.11

11310.12

11310.13

11310.14

11310.15

11310.16

11310.17

11310.18

11310.19

Adv. Beginner

11510.11

11510.12

11510.13

11510.14

11510.15

11510.16

11510.17

11510.18

11510.19

Parent & Me

11710.11

11710.12

11710.13

11710.14

11710.15

11710.16

11710.17

11710.18

11710.19

Tiny Tots

11103.11

11103.12

11103.13

11103.14

11103.15

11103.16

11103.17

11103.18

11103.19

Beginner

11303.11

11303.12

11303.13

11303.14

11303.15

11303.16

11303.17

11303.18

11303.19

Adv. Beginner

11503.11

11503.12

11503.13

11503.14

11503.15

11503.16

11503.17

11503.18

11503.19

Swimmer

11603.11

11603.12

11603.13

11603.14

11603.15

11603.16

11603.17

11603.18

11603.19

Tiny Tots

11104.11

11104.12

11104.13

11104.14

11104.15

11104.16

11104.17

11104.18

11104.19

Beginner

11304.11

11304.12

11304.13

11304.14

11304.15

11304.16

11304.17

11304.18

11304.19

Adv. Beginner

11504.11

11504.12

11504.13

11504.14

11504.15

11504.16

11504.17

11504.18

11504.19

Parent & Me

11704.11

11704.12

11704.13

11704.14

11704.15

11704.16

11704.17

11704.18

11704.19

Tiny Tots

11105.11

11105.12

11105.13

11105.14

11105.15

11105.16

11105.17

11105.18

11105.19

Beginner

11305.11

11305.12

11305.13

11305.14

11305.15

11305.16

11305.17

11305.18

11305.19

Adv. Beginner

11505.11

11505.12

11505.13

11505.14

11505.15

11505.16

11505.17

11505.18

11505.19

Parent & Me

11705.11

11705.12

11705.13

11705.14

11705.15

11705.16

11705.17

11705.18

11705.19

Tiny Tots

11106.11

11106.12

11106.13

11106.14

11106.15

11106.16

11106.17

11106.18

11106.19

Beginner

11306.11

11306.12

11306.13

11306.14

11306.15

11306.16

11306.17

11306.18

11306.19

Adv. Beginner

11506.11

11506.12

11506.13

11506.14

11506.15

11506.16

11506.17

11506.18

11506.19

Swimmer

11606.11

11606.12

11606.13

11606.14

11606.15

11606.16

11606.17

11606.18

11606.19

All lessons are held at the Campbell Community Center Pool 1 W. Campbell Ave. 95008 near the Campbell Ave parking lot.

SATURDAY SWIM LESSONS Session 1

Session 2

6/21-7/12

7/19-8/9

Time

Level Tiny Tots

11120.11

11120.12

10:45 - 11:30 am

Beginner

11320.11

11320.12

Adult

11820.11

11820.12

11:45 - 12:30 pm

12:45 - 1:30 pm

Tiny Tots

11121.11

11121.12

Beginner

11321.11

11321.12

Parent & Me

11721.11

11721.12

Adult

11821.11

11821.12

Parent & Me

11722.11

11722.12

Tiny Tots

11122.11

11122.12

Beginner

11322.11

11322.12

PER WEEK/SESSION FEE: $70 RESIDENT/ $77 NON-RESIDENT Fee is for 1-week, Monday through Thursday, or a 4-Saturday session Cancellations or transfers must be requested in writing 5 business days prior to the start date (recreation@cityofcampbell.com). A $10 cancellation fee per person per class will be deducted from each refund given with at least 5 business day notice. No refunds given for cancellations less than 5 business days. Make-ups are not available. Please remember to take your child to the restroom before lessons. “Accidents� in the pool are a major disruption and require complete closure of the pool. Children under the age of 3 are required to wear a swim diaper.

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SWIMMING

SWIM PROGRAMS PUBLIC RECREATION SWIMMING June 17 - August 9 Tuesday - Friday: 2:15 - 3:15 pm Saturday: 2:15 -4:15 pm Closed Sunday and Monday

ABOUT OUR POOL The Campbell Community Center features one 25-yard, eight-lane (during lap swim) outdoor pool. The depth of the pool ranges from 3½ feet at the shallow end to 9½ feet in the deep end. Heated by both solar and gas, the pool is maintained at a comfortable 80 degrees year-round. Kickboards are available and lap swimmers may bring other equipment such as pull buoys, masks and fins. Please remember to bring your own towl. During lap swim, also bring a lock to secure your belongings. For lap swim schedule and fees, please see page 39.

Daily Fee: $2 per visit per person or $40 for a 25-visit pass

Everyone (from babies to supervising adults) entering the pool gate must pay the admission fee. Save $10 by purchasing a 25-visit swim pass for $40. Passes are good for the current swim season only and may be shared between family and friends. Passes can be purchased at the Recreation Office, Room C-31, Monday through Friday. Please remember safety first - all swimmers regardless of age must pass daily swim test in order to enter the deep end of the pool . Children under 4 ½ feet tall or younger than 6 must be accompanied by an adult (18 years or older) both on the deck and in the water. Floatation devices, water wings, body tubes and inflatable suits are prohibited during recreation swim. THANK YOU FOR HELPING TO MAKE OUR POOL SAFE FOR EVERYONE!

Join our year-round youth swim team!

We empower young people to become aware of their full potential and strive for excellence through the sport of swimming.

CAMPBELL ‘WAVE’ YOUTH SWIM TEAM

The Campbell Wave competitive USA Swimming team is open to ages 5-18 years. Enrollment is ongoing, and practices are held year-round; Monday through Saturday; and are divided by age and ability level. Swimmers should attend at least three (3) practices per week to see improvement in both endurance and stroke technique. Swimmers in more competitive groups will be required to attend more practice sessions. PRE-COMPETITIVE SWIMMING The pre-competitive swimming group is a training ground for year-round competitive swimming. Eligible swimmers must have completed an “Advanced Beginner” or higher swim lesson and pass a swim test given by coaching staff. Swimmers will later have the option of moving on to a competitive group. REGISTRATION INFORMATION: A skills test is required to determine the appropriate group placement. Group fees vary depending on skill level and age. Please contact Wave Coaching Staff at (408) 866-2160 to arrange a skills test and obtain the appropriate fee schedule. COST PER SWIMMER: There is a one-time registration fee of $40 required for all swim team participants. Monthly membership fees range from $53 to $115 per swimmer depending on skill level. A late fee will be charged if monthly fees are not received by the 5th of each month.

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DAY CAMPS AT A GLANCE

CAMP

CAMP

AGE

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

6/16-6/20

6/23-6/27

6/30-7/3*

Week 4

Week 5

Week 6

7/7-7/11 7/14-7/18 7/21-7/25

Week 7

Week 8

Week 9

7/28-8/1

8/4-8/8

8/11-8/15

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CAMPBELL RECREATION DAY CAMPS Teeter Totters

3-4

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

16-19

Camper Cubs

4-5

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

16-19

Bull Frogs

5-6

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

16-19

Grasshoppers

6-7

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

16-19

Sea Turtles

6-8

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

16-19

Sunshine Kids

7-8

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

16-19

Adventure

9-10

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

16-19

Ultimate Teen

11-12

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

16-19

Extreme Teen

13-15

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

16-20

R

R

16-21

SPORTS CAMPS

R

R

R

R

Combo Sports

7-13

Basketball

7-13

Skateboarding

6-12

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

Tennis

7-17

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

Just4Kicks Soccer

7-13

R

R

R

R

16-21 22

R

R

23 22

SPECIALTY CAMPS Art Beat

4-15

Op/Pop Art

8-11

Engineering w/ Legos™

5-12

Sciensational

6-11

Movie Mania

9-13

R

R

R

R

R

R

R

R R

R

R

R

26-27 25

R

24 25

R

R

25

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CAMP

DAY CAMPS

CAMPBELL RECREATION SUMMER DAY CAMPS Campbell Recreation offers quality programs for children and teens ages 3 to 15 providing a fun, safe place to play during the summer. These experiences nurture creativity, build selfesteem, improve social interaction, and increase physical stamina. Day campers will enjoy arts and crafts, games, camp singing and other exciting activities, while exploring their outdoor environment, expanding their imagination, and learning team building skills. Campers are registered by the week, and can attend one week or all eight weeks. • • •

Please provide an email address to receive important camp announcements and forms. Parents who are late picking up their children will be charged a late fee. If your child has a disability or needs special assistance, please be sure to inform the Recreation Department when registering.

DAY CAMP LOCATIONS

JOHN D. MORGAN PARK:

540 W. Rincon Ave (Rincon Ave side of park) Camper Cubs, Bull Frogs, Grasshoppers, Sea Turtles, Sunshine Kids and Adventure Camp: Campers can be dropped off and picked up at the circular drop-off area in the main parking lot on Rincon Avenue. Due to limited parking, for the convenience of parents and the safety of campers, this drive-through service is for these camps only. Ultimate Teens and Extreme Teens: Meet at the end of Rincon Ave. Parents please do not enter drop off circle for these camps. Due to high traffic during drop-off and pick-up times, please make every effort to keep moving forward, leaving driveways and the street free of blockage. If you need to talk to staff, please park and walk in.

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DAY CAMP CHECKLIST FOR PARENTS Turn in completed Camp Info Form Bring a healthy sack lunch and bottle of water Pre-apply sunblock Label everything with name Wear camp shirt daily (provided Monday) Wear swimsuit on water play and swim days Calendars will be distributed Monday listing weekly theme/activities. Visit www.cityofcampbell.com/daycamp for more information on Campbell Recreation Summer Day Camps, including detailed trip itineraries, and the “Camp Info Form” required for all campers.

CAMPBELL COMMUNITY CENTER:

1 W. Campbell Ave (Corner of Campbell Ave and Winchester Blvd) Teeter Totters Camp: meet in the fenced-in pre-school play area in front of room M-49 Before and After Care: meet in the fenced-in pre-school play area in front of room M-49 Sports Camp: meet in the Auxiliary Gym near Campbell Ave parking lot. Pick-up at the circle between room M-50 and the Auxiliary Gym.

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DAY CAMPS ALL CAMPS RUN THE WEEKS OF JUNE 16 THROUGH AUGUST 8 SUNSHINE KIDS (7-8 YRS)

• Must be potty-trained; no pull-ups • 10:00 am - 1:00 pm • 1:6 leader to camper ratio • At the Community Center, room M-49 • Games and Crafts • Fun Jump every Friday • Cost per week: $90 for Campbell residents/$97 for non-residents

• 10:00 am - 3:00 pm • 1:7 leader to camper ratio • At John D. Morgan Park • Games and Crafts • Swimming every Wednesday • Field trip every Thursday • Sing-A-Long every Friday • Cost per week: $150 for Campbell residents/$160 for non-residents

CAMPER CUBS (4-5 YRS)

SPORTS CAMP (7-13 YRS)

• 10:00 am - 1:00 pm • 1:6 leader to camper ratio • At John D. Morgan Park • Games and Crafts • Sing-A-Long every Friday • Cost per week: $90 for Campbell residents/$97 for non-residents

• 10:00 am - 3:00 pm • 1:10 leader to camper ratio • At Campbell Community Center Aux.Gym • Skill development, drills, and activities • Swimming every Tuesday and Thursday • Field trip Wednesday • Cost per week: $150 for Campbell residents/$160 for non-residents

BULLFROGS (5-6 YRS) • 10:00 am - 3:00 pm • 1:7 leader to camper ratio • At John D. Morgan Park • Games and Crafts • Special event every Wednesday • Sing-A-Long every Friday • Cost per week: $150 for Campbell residents/$160 for non-residents

ADVENTURE CAMP (9-10 YRS) • 10:00 am - 3:00 pm • 1:7 leader to camper ratio • At John D. Morgan Park • Games and Crafts • Swimming every Thursday • Field trip every Wednesday • Sing-A-Long every Friday • Cost per week: $150 for Campbell residents/$160 for non-residents

GRASSHOPPERS (6-7 YRS) • 10:00 am - 3:00 pm • 1:7 leader to camper ratio • At John D. Morgan Park • Games and Crafts • Special event every Wednesday • Campers perform every Thursday • Sing-A-Long every Friday • Cost per week: $150 for Campbell residents/$160 for non-residents

SEA TURTLES (6-8 YRS)

CAMP

TEETER TOTTERS (3-4 YRS)

EXTENDED CARE AVAILABLE! Before Care 7:15 am - 10:00 am COST: $45 per week After Care 3:00 pm - 5:45 pm COST: $45 per week

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ULTIMATE TEENS (11-12 YRS) • 10:00 am - 3:00 pm • 1:10 leader to camper ratio • At John D. Morgan Park • Games and Crafts • Swimming every Tuesday • Field trips Wed, Thurs & Fri • Cost per week: $175 for Campbell residents/$185 for non-residents

EXTREME TEENS (13-15 YRS)

• 10:00 am - 3:00 pm • 1:7 leader to camper ratio • At John D. Morgan Park • Games and Crafts • Swimming every Friday • Field trip every Thursday • Sing-A-Long every Friday • Cost per week: $150 for Campbell residents/$160 for non-residents

• 10:00 am - 5:00 pm • 1:12 leader to camper ratio • At John D. Morgan Park • Games and Crafts • Field trips Mon – Fri. • Cost per week: $210 for Campbell residents/$220 for non-residents • Daily rates available for this camp only

ALL TRIPS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. Calendars will be given at the start of each week listing the specific activities and theme for the week. Detailed trip itineraries available at www.cityofcampbell.com/daycamp.

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DAY CAMPS DATES

Week 1 June 16 -

CAMP

June 20

Week 2 June 23 June 27

Week 3* June 30 July 3 *no camp Fri., July 4

Week 4 July 7 July 11

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ACTIVITY #

[REGISTER NOW!] CAMP NAME

AGE

R/NR FEE

EVENT/FIELD TRIP

65090.31

Teeter Totters

3-4

$90/$97

65190.31

Camper Cubs

4-5

$90/$97

65200.31

Bull Frogs

5-6

$150/$160

65300.31

Grasshoppers

6-7

$150/$160

Puppet Show

65400.31

Sea Turtles

6-8

$150/$160

Happy Hollow

65500.31

Sunshine Kids

7-8

$150/$160

Pump It Up

66000.31

Combo Sports Camp

7-13

$150/$160

Bowling

65600.31

Adventure Camp

9-10

$150/$160

Go Aqua Adventure

65700.31

Ultimate Teens

11-12

$175/$185

Boardwalk, Bowling, Nickel City

65800.31

Extreme Teens

13-15

$210/$220

Golfland, Nickel City,Oakland A’s vs. Rangers, Sky High, Great America

65911.31

Before Care

3-15

$45

65922.31

After Care

5-15

$45

65090.32

Teeter Totters

3-4

$90/$97

65190.32

Camper Cubs

4-5

$90/$97

65200.32

Bull Frogs

5-6

$150/$160

Petting Zoo

65300.32

Grasshoppers

6-7

$150/$160

Petting Zoo

65400.32

Sea Turtles

6-8

$150/$160

Golfland

65500.32

Sunshine Kids

7-8

$150/$160

Children’s Discovery Museum

66000.32

Combo Sports Camp

7-13

$150/$160

Golfland

65600.32

Adventure Camp

9-10

$150/$160

Nickel City

65700.32

Ultimate Teens

11-12

$175/$185

Tech/IMAX, Oakland Zoo, Sky High

65800.32

Extreme Teens

13-15

$210/$220

Bowling, Beach, Giants vs. Padres, Tech/IMAX, Monterey Bay Aquarium

65911.32

Before Care

3-15

$45

65922.32

After Care

5-15

$45

65090.33

Teeter Totters

3-4

$75/$82

65190.33

Camper Cubs

4-5

$75/$82

65200.33

Bull Frogs

5-6

$120/$130

65300.33

Grasshoppers

6-7

$120/$130

Juggler

65400.33

Sea Turtles

6-8

$120/$130

Children’s Discovery Museum

65500.33

Sunshine Kids

7-8

$120/$130

Golfland

66000.33

Basketball Camp

7-13

$120/$130

65600.33

Adventure Camp

9-10

$120/$130

Beach

65700.33

Ultimate Teens

11-12

$140/$150

Raging Waters, Bowling

65800.33

Extreme Teens

13-15

$170/$180

Sky High, Laser Quest, Mall/Movie, Raging Waters

65911.33

Before Care

3-15

$35

65922.33

After Care

5-15

$35

65090.34

Teeter Totters

3-4

$90/$97

65190.34

Camper Cubs

4-5

$90/$97

65200.34

Bull Frogs

5-6

$150/$160

Happy Birds

65300.34

Grasshoppers

6-7

$150/$160

Happy Birds

65400.34

Sea Turtles

6-8

$150/$160

Pump It Up

65500.34

Sunshine Kids

7-8

$150/$160

Go Aqua Adventure

66000.34

Combo Sports Camp

7-13

$150/$160

Sky High

65600.34

Adventure Camp

9-10

$150/$160

Bowling

65700.34

Ultimate Teens

11-12

$175/$185

Movie Theater, Beach, Golfland

65800.34

Extreme Teens

13-15

$210/$220

Golfland, Rockin’ Jump, Great America, Nickel City, Boardwalk

65911.34

Before Care

3-15

$45

65922.34

After Care

5-15

$45

Puppet Show

Juggler

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[REGISTER NOW!] DATES

Week 5 July 14 July 18

July 25

Week 7 July 28 August 1

Week 8 August 4 August 8

CAMP NAME

AGE

R/NR FEE

EVENT/FIELD TRIP

65090.35

Teeter Totters

3-4

$90/$97

65190.35

Camper Cubs

4-5

$90/$97

65200.35

Bull Frogs

5-6

$150/$160

65300.35

Grasshoppers

6-7

$150/$160

Pony Rides

65400.35

Sea Turtles

6-8

$150/$160

Go Aqua Adventure

65500.35

Sunshine Kids

7-8

$150/$160

Happy Hollow

66000.35

Combo Sports Camp

7-13

$150/$160

Bowling

65600.35

Adventure Camp

9-10

$150/$160

Tech/IMAX

65700.35

Ultimate Teens

11-12

$175/$185

Go Aqua Adventure, Rockin’ Jump, Boardwalk

65800.35

Extreme Teens

13-15

$210/$220

65911.35

Before Care

3-15

$45

65922.35

After Care

5-15

$45

65090.36

Teeter Totters

3-4

$90/$97

65190.36

Camper Cubs

4-5

$90/$97

65200.36

Bull Frogs

5-6

$150/$160

65300.36

Grasshoppers

6-7

$150/$160

Mad Science

65400.36

Sea Turtles

6-8

$150/$160

Children’s Discovery Museum

65500.36

Sunshine Kids

7-8

$150/$160

Pump It Up

66000.36

Basketball Camp

7-13

$150/$160

Sky High

65600.36

Adventure Camp

9-10

$150/$160

Go Aqua Adventure

65700.36

Ultimate Teens

11-12

$175/$185

Nickel City, Raging Waters, Movie Theater

65800.36

Extreme Teens

13-15

$210/$220

Monterey Bay Aquarium, Great America, Golfland, Pier 39, Laser Quest

65911.36

Before Care

3-15

$45

65922.36

After Care

5-15

$45

65090.37

Teeter Totters

3-4

$90/$97

65190.37

Camper Cubs

4-5

$90/$97

65200.37

Bull Frogs

5-6

$150/$160

65300.37

Grasshoppers

6-7

$150/$160

Puppet Show

65400.37

Sea Turtles

6-8

$150/$160

Happy Hollow

65500.37

Sunshine Kids

7-8

$150/$160

Golfland

66000.37

Combo Sports Camp

7-13

$150/$160

Golfland

65600.37

Adventure Camp

9-10

$150/$160

Sky High

65700.37

Ultimate Teens

11-12

$175/$185

Beach, Tech Museum/IMAX, Bowling

65800.37

Extreme Teens

13-15

$210/$220

Tech/IMAX, Sky High, Raging Waters, Bowling, Mall/Movie

65911.37

Before Care

3-15

$45

65922.37

After Care

5-15

$45

65090.38

Teeter Totters

3-4

$90/$97

65190.38

Camper Cubs

4-5

$90/$97

65200.38

Bull Frogs

5-6

$150/$160

Bounce House Obstacle Course

65300.38

Grasshoppers

6-7

$150/$160

Bounce House Obstacle Course

65400.38

Sea Turtles

6-8

$150/$160

Golfland

65500.38

Sunshine Kids

7-8

$150/$160

Go Aqua Adventure

66000.38

Combo Sports Camp

7-13

$150/$160

Silver Creek Sportsplex

65600.38

Adventure Camp

9-10

$150/$160

Golfland

65700.38

Ultimate Teens

11-12

$175/$185

LaserQuest, Raging Waters, Golfland

65800.38

Extreme Teens

13-15

$210/$220

Pier 39, Hike, Boardwalk, Nickel City, Great America

65911.38

Before Care

3-15

$45

65922.38

After Care

5-15

$45

Pony Rides

Bowling, Mall/Movie, CA Academy of Sciences, Oakland Zoo, Beach

CAMP

Week 6 July 21 -

ACTIVITY #

DAY CAMPS

Mad Science

Puppet Show

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DAY CAMPS DAY CAMP CHECKLIST FOR PARENTS

Turn in completed Ca mp

Info Form

Bring a healthy sack lun ch Pre-apply sunblock

and bottle of water

CAMP

Label everything with name Wear camp shirt daily (provided Monday) Wear swimsuit on wa ter play and swim days

EXTREME TEENS (13-15)

Extreme Teen Trip Weeks offer youth loads of fun, well-supervised trips for eight consecutive weeks. This group enjoys activities and excursions Monday through Friday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. For this camp only, daily rates are available by visiting or calling the Recreation Office at (408) 866-2104. In many cases, registration may be required two or more weeks before the scheduled trip in order to secure tickets/admission to certain trips. See schedule of trips.

Calendars will be dis tributed Monday list ing weekly theme/activities. Visit ww w.cityofcampbell.com/d aycamp for more information on Campbell Recreation Summer Day Camps, including detailed trip itineraries , and the “Camp Info Form� req uired for all campers.

ALL TRIPS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. Calendars will be given at the start of each week listing the specific activities and theme for the week. Detailed trip itineraries available at www.cityofcampbell.com/daycamp.

REFUND AND TRANSFER POLICY

All cancellation or transfer written requests must be made to the Recreation Office (recreation@cityofcampbell.com) with at least 5 business days notice prior to start date of camp or activity. A $10 cancellation fee per activity per person will be deducted from the refund. Cancellations or transfers with less than 5 business days notice will NOT receive a refund or transfer.

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LEADERS-IN-TRAINING (14-15 YRS)

Teens, ages 14 and 15, gain leadership skills and work experience as Leaders-In-Training (L.I.T.) in the Camper Cubs, Bull Frogs, Grasshoppers, Sea Turtles, and Sunshine Kids day camps. Each two-week session includes training in game leadership, program planning, leading camp songs, participant safety procedures, field trip supervision, interview techniques, and program evaluations. L.I.T. will experience first hand camp leadership as they work along side a Day Camp Leader, go on one field trip, and assist in the organization of the Friday all-camp Sing-A-Long. Participation in this program does not guarantee a job in future summers, but participants will benefit from the training and experience. L.I.T. will be expected to follow the same attendance, behavior, and dress regulations as Day Camp staff. Program includes: 10 days of program supervision and instruction, two L.I.T. camp shirts, daily afternoon snack, admission and transportation on one field trip, and a leadership manual. Held at John D. Morgan Park, 540 W. Rincon Ave.

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Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

65999.31

M-F

9:30 - 2:00 pm

7/7-7/18

14-15 $170/$180

65999.32

M-F

9:30 - 2:00 pm

7/21-8/1

14-15 $170/$180

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DAY CAMPS

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COMBO SPORTS CAMPS (7-13 YRS)

Does your child like all varieties of sports? Then we have the camp for you! Campers spend a day playing and learning basic fundamentals in soccer, baseball and basketball, all in one camp. The week will also include recreational sports, recreational swimming, group games, and a field trip on Wednesdays. Extended care is available. Camp is instructed by Campbell Recreation staff, and held in the Auxiliary Gym. Campers need to bring a sack lunch with a bottle of water everyday.

BASKETBALL CAMPS (7-13 YRS)

Does your child love the sport of basketball, or just wants to learn the sport? Then we have the camp for you! Campers will work on developing basic skills including dribbling, passing, shooting, defense and team play. The week will also include recreational sports, recreational swimming, and group games. Extended care is available. Camp is instructed by Campbell Recreation staff, and held in the Auxiliary Gym. Campers need to bring a sack lunch with a bottle of water everyday.

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

Activity #

Days

66000.31

M-F

10:00 - 3:00 pm

6/16-6/20

7-13

$150/$160

66000.33

M-Th 10:00 - 3:00 pm

6/30-7/3*

66000.32

M-F

10:00 - 3:00 pm

6/23-6/27

7-13

$150/$160

66000.36

M-F

7/21-7/25*2

66000.34

M-F

10:00 - 3:00 pm

7/7-7/11

7-13

$150/$160

*1 No camp Friday, 7/4 and no field trip due to short week

66000.35

M-F

10:00 - 3:00 pm

7/14-7/18

7-13

$150/$160

*2 Field trip to Sky High on Wednesday

66000.37

M-F

10:00 - 3:00 pm

7/28-8/1

7-13

$150/$160

66000.38

M-F

10:00 - 3:00 pm

8/4-8/8

7-13

$150/$160

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Time

10:00 - 3:00 pm

Dates 1

Ages

R/NR Fee

7-13

$120/$130

7-13

$150/$160

BEFORE CARE 7:15-10:00 AM

Available for all summer day camps, including Combo Sports and Basketball Camps. Participants meet at the Campbell Community Center, room M-49 then take a chartered bus with Day Camp leaders to John D. Morgan Park for camp. Leaders will accompany Sports Campers to the Auxiliary Gym. Teeter Totters will stay in room M-49. COST: $45 per week

AFTER CARE 3:00-5:45 PM

Available to all summer day camps except Teeter Totters and Camper Cubs. Participants in camps at John D. Morgan Park will take a chartered bus with Day Camp Leaders to the Campbell Community Center, room M-49. A daily snack will be provided for all participants. PLEASE NOTE: A fee will be charged when campers are picked up late (after 5:45 pm). Day Camp leaders are not responsible for walking campers to and from swim lessons. COST: $45 per week Pre-Registration is required for Before and After Care. Because of the high demand and the number of campers, we are unable to provide drop-in or pro-rated fees.

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SPORTS CAMPS Tom Vischer and his Just4Kicks, Inc staff bring a wealth of experience, knowledge, and understanding of the game of soccer. Tom has over 16 years experience in teaching youth soccer in the Bay Area. Coach Tom holds an “A” license, the highest license in the US Soccer Federation as well as the National “Y” (Youth) license.

‘JUST4KICKS’ SOCCER CAMPS (5-12 YRS)

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Over the week-long recreation soccer camp, players will experience all the fun and excitement soccer has to offer. Running, dribbling, kicking their ball; all with expert guidance and instruction from the coaching staff. Every participant receives a soccer ball, t-shirt and water bottle. Full day participants need to bring a lunch. Swimming and ‘soccer theme’ games are part of the all-day activities in addition to a scrimmage at the end of each day. All camps are held at the Campbell Community Center Athletic Fields. Shin guards required for all students by second class. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

K/1 Soccer - Ages 5-6

46090.11

M-F

9:00-11:00 am

6/16-6/20

5-6

$129/$139

46091.11

M-F

9:00-4:00 pm

6/16-6/20

5-6

$252/$262

46090.12

M-F

9:00-11:00 am

7/7-7/11

5-6

$129/$139

46091.12

M-F

9:00-4:00 pm

7/7-7/11

5-6

$252/$262

46090.13

M-F

9:00-11:00 am

7/21-7/25

5-6

$129/$139

46091.13

M-F

9:00-4:00 pm

7/21-7/25

5-6

$252/$262

46090.14

M-F

9:00-11:00 am

8/4-8/8

5-6

$129/$139

46091.14

M-F

9:00-4:00 pm

8/4-8/8

5-6

$252/$262

Soccer 2/3 - Ages 7-8

46094.11

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

6/16-6/20

7-8

$163/$173

Looking for fun, excitement, and a challenge for your child this summer? If so, we have the camp for you! Each day will begin with a different skill, followed by instruction, and concluding with time to practice new skills with instructor feedback. The camp is geared towards beginner and intermediate level skaters, who feel comfortable pushing and riding a skateboard. A half hour break will be taken in the shade or indoors each day. Every participant receives a camp t-shirt. Bring a snack and water daily. All participants must bring their own board and safety equipment (helmet, knee pads and elbow pads).

46095.11

M-F

9:00-4:00 pm

6/16-6/20

7-8

$252/$262

46094.12

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

7/7-7/11

7-8

$163/$173

46095.12

M-F

9:00-4:00 pm

7/7-7/11

7-8

$252/$262

46094.13

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

7/21-7/25

7-8

$163/$173

46095.13

M-F

9:00-4:00 pm

7/21-7/25

7-8

$252/$262

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

6/16-6/20

6-12

$120/$130

46094.14

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

8/4-8/8

7-8

$163/$173

31000.11

46095.14

M-F

9:00-4:00 pm

8/4-8/8

7-8

$252/$262

31000.12

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

6/23-6/27

6-12

$120/$130

31000.13 M-Th

9:00-12:00 pm

6/30-7/3*

6-12

$96/$103

9-12 $163/$173

31000.14

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

7/7-7/11

6-12

$120/$130

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

7/14-7/18

6-12

$120/$130

Soccer 4/6 - Ages 9-12

46098.11

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

6/16-6/20

46099.11

M-F

9:00-4:00 pm

6/16-6/20

9-12 $252/$262

31000.15

46098.12

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

7/7-7/11

9-12 $163/$173

31000.16

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

7/21-7/25

6-12

$120/$130

9-12 $252/$262

31000.17

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

7/28-8/1

6-12

$120/$130

31000.18

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

8/4-8/8

6-12

$120/$130

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

8/11-8/15

6-12

$120/$130

46099.12

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SKATEBOARDING SKILLS CAMP (6-12 YRS)

M-F

9:00-4:00 pm

7/7-7/11

46098.13

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

7/21-7/25

9-12 $163/$173

46099.13

M-F

9:00-4:00 pm

7/21-7/25

9-12 $252/$262

31000.19

*No camp Friday, 7/4

46098.14

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

8/4-8/8

9-12 $163/$173

46099.14

M-F

9:00-4:00 pm

8/4-8/8

9-12 $252/$262

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation


SPORTS CAMPS YOUTH TENNIS CAMPS

Instructed by Chuck Sanfilippo, U.S.P.T.A. Certified

TENNIS, ADVANCED BEGINNING (7-17 YRS)

These camps are for players who have a general knowledge of the game and have the ability to maintain a rally for 5 strokes. Advanced Beginning camps will focus on the serve and volley, speciality shots, strategy and fine-tuning strokes. Students can re-take lessons at the Advanced Beginner level until comfortable to advance.

Ages 7-8 (QUICKSTART Format = softer balls, smaller court) Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

M-Th

8:30-9:30 am

6/23-6/26

7-8

$55/$62

42928.12

M-Th

8:30-9:30 am

6/30-7/3

7-8

$55/$62

42928.13

M-Th

8:30-9:30 am

7/21-7/24

7-8

$55/$62

42928.14

M-Th

8:30-9:30 am

8/11-8/14

7-8

$55/$62

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

CAMP

Activity #

42928.11

Ages 9-12

TENNIS, BEGINNING (7-17 YRS)

These camps are for those who have little or no tennis experience. It offers an introduction to the game of tennis, covering the basic strokes such as the forehand, backhand, and the serve. The focus of these camps will be on developing consistency. Students can re-take camp at the beginner level until comfortable to advance.

Ages 7-8 (QUICKSTART Format = softer balls, smaller court) Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

42918.11

M-Th

8:30-9:30 am

6/16-6/19

7-8

$55/$62

42918.12

M-Th

8:30-9:30 am

7/14-7/17

7-8

$55/$62

42918.13

M-Th

8:30-9:30 am

7/28-7/31

7-8

$55/$62

Ages 9-12

Activity #

Days

42929.11

M-Th

9:30-10:30 am 6/16-6/19

9-12

$55/$62

42929.12

M-Th

9:30-10:30 am

6/30-7/3

9-12

$55/$62

42929.13

M-Th

9:30-10:30 am

7/7-7/10

9-12

$55/$62

42929.14

M-Th

9:30-10:30 am 7/28-7/31

9-12

$55/$62

42929.15

M-Th

9:30-10:30 am

8/4-8/7

9-12

$55/$62

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

10:30-11:30 am 7/21-7/24 13-17

$55/$62

Ages 13-17 Activity #

Days

42920.11

M-Th

TENNIS, INTERMEDIATE (9-17 YRS)

These camps are for players who are consistent with shots and serves. There will be an emphasis on drills to improve player’s singles and doubles strategies. The last part of each class will be game play.

Ages 9-12 Activity #

Days

Ages

R/NR Fee

42930.11

M-Th

10:30-11:30 am 6/16-6/19

Time

Dates

9-12

$55/$62

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

42930.12

M-Th

10:30-11:30 am

6/30-7/3

9-12

$55/$62

42919.11

M-Th

9:30-10:30 am

6/23-6/26

9-12

$55/$62

42930.13

M-Th

10:30-11:30 am 7/28-7/31

9-12

$55/$62

42919.12

M-Th

8:30-9:30 am

7/7-7/10

9-12

$55/$62

42930.14

M-Th

9:30-10:30 am

8/11-8/14

9-12

$55/$62

42919.13

M-Th

9:30-10:30 am

7/14-7/17

9-12

$55/$62

42919.14

M-Th

9:30-10:30 am

7/21-7/24

9-12

$55/$62

42919.15

M-Th

8:30-9:30 am

8/4-8/7

9-12

$55/$62

Dates

Ages 13-17

Ages 13-17 Activity #

Days

Time

Ages

R/NR Fee

42933.11

M-Th

10:30-11:30 am

6/23-6/26 13-17

$55/$62

7/14-7/17 13-17

$55/$62

42933.12

M-Th

10:30-11:30 am

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

42933.13

M-Th

10:30-11:30 am

8/4-8/7

13-17

$55/$62

42910.11

M-Th

10:30-11:30 am

7/7-7/10

13-17

$55/$62

42933.14

M-Th

10:30-11:30 am

8/11-8/14

13-17

$55/$62

PRIVATE TENNIS LESSONS

Chuck Sanfilippo teaches private tennis lessons for the Campbell Recreation Department as his schedule allows. The cost is $29 per half-hour. Please call the Recreation Office at (408) 866-2104 to leave your contact information and Chuck will contact you to schedule your private lessons.

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SPECIALTY CAMPS

JEDI ENGINEERING WITH LEGO CAMP (5-7 YRS)

Young Jedi will explore worlds far, far away and engineering principles right in front of them. Campers will defeat the Empire by designing and refining LEGO® X-Wings, R2-units, and settlements on far-flung edges of the galaxy. Imagination and engineering combine to create motorized and architectural projects such as energy catapults, shield generators and defense turrets. Camp is instructed by Play-Well staff and held in M-52. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

52113.11

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

6/23-6/27

5-7

$185/$195

JEDI MASTER ENGINEERING WITH LEGO CAMP (8-12 YRS)

The Force is strong in this class. Campers will build complex machines and structures based on the best designs from a galaxy far, far away. Projects include LEGO® X-Wings, AT-AT walkers, Pod Racers, Star Destroyers, Cloud Cities, settlements, and fortresses. Play-Well’s Jedi instructors reinforce key engineering concepts such as gear trains, worm drives, pneumatics, eccentric motion and more as campers tap into the powerful forces of imagination and engineering. Camp is instructed by Play-Well staff and held in M-52. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

52114.11

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

6/23-6/27

8-12

$185/$195

PRE-ENGINEERING WITH LEGO CAMP (5-7 YRS)

Let your camper’s imagination run wild with tens of thousands of LEGO®! Campers will build engineer-designed projects such as boats, bridges, mazes and motorized cars, and use special pieces to create their own unique design! They will explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO® building system with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. Camp is held in M-52. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

52111.11

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

7/21-7/25

5-7

$185/$195

52111.12

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

8/4-8/8

5-7

$185/$195

ENGINEERING FUNdamentals WITH LEGO CAMP (8-12 YRS)

Power up your camper’s engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO®! Campers will apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as arch bridges, skyscrapers, motorized cars, and the Battletrack! They’ll design and build as never before, and explore their craziest ideas in a supportive environment. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning campers to engineer at the next level. Camp is instructed by Play-Well staff and held in M-52. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

52112.11

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

7/21-7/25

8-12

$185/$195

52112.12

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

8/4-8/8

8-12

$185/$195

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SPECIALTY CAMPS MOVIE MANIA CAMP (9-13 YRS) NEW!

“Sound…lights…camera and ACTION!” Watch the story unfold in a fun yet professional movie making atmosphere. From preproduction to post-production, campers will experience the entire journey of what it takes to create a movie with access to top-grade equipment and an emphasis on teamwork. They will discover the various roles of a movie set such as acting, camera person, director, and editor. By the end, a short movie will be completed and viewed by family and friends. Camp is instructed by Matthew Alhona and held at the Joan Pisani Community Center, 19655 Allendale Ave in Saratoga.

SCIENSATIONAL: MAKE IT & TAKE IT CAMP (6-11 YRS) NEW!

In this hands-on camp, campers will make and take home a wide assortment of toys designed to teach science concepts. They will grow a crystal tree, make an energy bead bracelet, build a working electric motor, make a sharpie pen t-shirt while learning cool chemistry, make bubbling blobs, and explore the properties of a density tube. Campers will also make silly putty, glowing goo, green flubber, and other cool projects. Topping it off...they’ll make ice cream in an amazing, different, Sciensational way! Student will need to bring a 100% cotton t-shirt. Camp is instructed by Sciensational staff and held in M-52.

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

53100.11

M-F

9:00-3:00 pm

6/23-6/27

9-13

$315

54701.11

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

6/16-6/20

6-11

$190/$200

53100.12

M-F

9:00-3:00 pm

7/21-7/25

9-13

$315

CAMP

Activity #

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SCIENSATIONAL: CAN YOU DIG IT? CAMP (6-11 YRS) NEW!

OP/POP ART CAMP (8-11 YRS) NEW!

Explore the world of a Op/Pop artist (i.e. Peter Max and Victor Vassarely)! Campers will challenge their mind and hands creating Op (optical) and Pop (popular culture) art. After learning about fascinating artists in this genre and seeing their artwork, campers will create their own one-of-a-kind Op/Pop Art masterpieces! The instructor will provide a variety of fun materials and mediums to encourage youth creativity and exploration. Camp is instructed by Campbell artist, Nancy Meyer, and held in M-52. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

50110.11

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

7/28-8/1

8-11

$185/$195

This fun and educational camp will engage children in fossil excavation, identification, and assembly. Each child will partake in a simulated fossil excavation, uncovering the different bones of a dinosaur and assembling the bones to form a completed 3-dimensional dinosaur. Campers will learn about geological time and fossil charts, and will make a plaster fossil replica of an ammonite, Tyrannosaurus rex tooth, other bones. They’ll identify 20-million year old shark’s teeth and see other fossil replicas such as a bear tooth, an ammonite, and a dinosaur egg. Campers will work with a rock and mineral collection, and hold a giant pumice rock specimen from Mt. St. Helens. Camp is instructed by Sciensational staff and held in M-52. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

54702.12

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

6/16-6/20

6-11

$190/$200

Register your child for both the morning and afternoon Sciensational camps above, and Sciensational staff will care for your child during the hour between camps at no additional charge! Participants will need to bring a bag lunch each day.

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SPECIALTY CAMPS

Camps on this page held at the Art Beat - 68 E Campbell Ave the corner of Campbell Ave and 4th St, (408) 370-5002

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FLUTTERY TEA PARTY CAMP (5-7 YRS) NEW! Summer-time fun with butterflies, flowers, and a garden tea party! Campers will paint their own tea cup, make fluttery-themed crafts, and end the week with a dress-up event with our own edible art! A $40 material fee is due at the camp. Camp is held at the Art Beat, 68 E Campbell Ave in Campbell. Activity #

Days

50997.11

M-F

Time

Dates

9:00-12:00 pm 6/16-6/20

Ages

Fee

5-7

$225

ALL ABOUT FAIRY CAMP (5-9 YRS)

PIRATE ADVENTURE CAMP (5-9 YRS) NEW!

Do you believe in Fairies? We at the Art Beat know that where there is joy, laughter and color there are fairies! We will create a variety of fairy-themed projects from little fairy dolls, to mixed media collages and even hand-built ceramic fairy houses decorated just the way a real fairy would! Join us for a bit of fun and magic. A $40 material fee is due at the camp. Camp is held at the Art Beat, 68 E Campbell Ave in Campbell.

Arrr Matey! Let’s be pirates for the week! We will create pirate themed art , crafts and pottery, go on a treasure hunt and play pirate games. Come aboard for a boatload of Piratey fun! A $40 material fee is due at the camp. Camp is held at the Art Beat, 68 E Campbell Ave in Campbell. Activity #

50999.11

Days

M-F

Time

9:00-12:00 pm

Dates

Ages

7/28-8/1

5-9

Fee

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

$225

50991.11

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

6/23-6/27

5-9

$225

TRAIN YOUR DRAGON CAMP (5-9 YRS) NEW! Explore dragon mythology and create dragon-themed art, crafts, and paint a pet dragon to take home! We will play games and learn all about being a Dragon Trainer! A $40 material fee is due at the camp. Camp is held at the Art Beat, 68 E Campbell Ave in Campbell. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50996.11

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

7/14-7/18

5-9

$225

PASSION FOR FASHION CAMP (5-12 YRS) NEW!

Attention fashionistas! Come create your own ceramic jewelry, design outfits and accessories! We will create fashion focused art and wearable fashion for you – NO SEWING SKILLS REQUIRED! We end the week with a fun and funky fashion show! A $40 material fee is due at the camp. Camp is held at the Art Beat, 68 E Campbell Ave in Campbell. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50992.11

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

8/11-8/15

5-12*

$225

*Campers will be divided into two age groups: 5-9 yrs & 10-12 yrs

POTTERY PAINTING CAMP (5-9 YRS)

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Learn to paint pottery like a pro! Campers will learn a new technique or trick each day – making a matching set of pottery or several individual pieces to keep or give away! We’ll have plenty of choices – something for everyone! A $40 material fee is due at the camp. Camp is held at the Art Beat, 68 E Campbell Ave in Campbell.

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Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50994.11

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

7/21-7/25

5-9

$225

50994.12

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

8/18-8/22

5-9

$225

50994.13

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

8/25-8/29

5-9

$225

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation


SPECIALTY CAMPS HARRY POTTER CAMP (5-12 YRS) Camps on this page held at the Art Beat - 68 E Campbell Ave the corner of Campbell Ave and 4th St, (408) 370-5002

Come to our Harry Potter camp to experience the fun of Hogwarts! You will make your own wand, wizard robes and magical clay creature to keep. We will play some fun games, learn a bit of magic and even have a wizard’s duel! Join us whether you have read all the books or just one, or even if you’ve just seen the movies, you will have a magical time! A $40 material fee is due at the camp. Camp is held at the Art Beat, 68 E Campbell Ave in Campbell. Days

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50998.11

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

8/4-8/8

5-12*

$225

*Campers will be divided into two age groups: 5-9 yrs & 10-12 yrs

CAMP

Activity #

TEEN MIXED MEDIA CAMP (9-15 YRS)

Geared for older campers - cool projects that they’ll be proud of! Students learn drawing, painting, stamping, stenciling, and other kinds of media to express themselves, to share or keep for thier eyes only! There are no mistakes, and no art skills required. A $40 material fee is due at the camp. Camp is held at the Art Beat, 68 E Campbell Ave in Campbell. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50995.11

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

7/7-7/11

9-15*

$225

*Campers will be divided into two age groups: 9-11 yrs & 12-15 yrs

POTTER’S WHEEL CAMP (10-15 YRS)

ULTIMATE ART CAMP (5-12 YRS)

Ceramics, paints, decoupage, mosaics, pastels and watercolors; only a few of the many mediums campers will get to explore while developing a rich imagination. The goal is to give children the chance to freely express themselves and experience personal growth through art! A $40 material fee is due at the camp. Camp is held at the Art Beat, 68 E Campbell Ave in Campbell. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50990.10

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

6/16-6/20

5-9

$225

50990.11

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

6/23-6/27

5-9

$225

50990.12

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

7/7-7/11

9-11

$225

50990.13

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

7/14-7/18

5-9

$225

50990.14

M-F

9:00-12:00 pm

7/21-7/25

5-9

$225

50990.15

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

7/28-8/1

5-9

$225

50990.16

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

8/4-8/8

5-12*

$225

50990.17

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

8/11-8/15

5-12*

$225

50990.18

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

8/18-8/22

5-9

$225

50992.19

M-F

1:00-4:00 pm

8/25-8/29

5-9

$225

This intensive camp crams a whole session of potter’s wheel lessons into one week! Students will learn to throw clay on a wheel, centering, pulling basic forms, trimming and glazing. Campers will have a blast and walk away with pottery THEY made! A $40 material fee is due at the camp. Camp is held at the Art Beat, 68 E Campbell Ave in Campbell. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50993.11

M-F

10:00-12:00 pm

7/7-7/11

10-15

$225

[REGISTER NOW!] THE ART BEAT SUMMER CAMP SPECIAL Register your child for both the morning and the afternoon camps during the same week and receive a $125 discount on the two-camp package! In addition, The Art Beat staff will care for your child during the hour between camps at no additional fee! When registering online search for “Art Beat Summer Camp Special”, Activity # 50980.

*Campers will be divided into two age groups: 5-9 yrs & 10-12 yrs

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YOUTH

TODDLERS

PARENT & TODDLER (1.5-3.5 YRS)

Come play, have fun, and share some quality time with your little one while you make friends with other parents. This class is designed to be a special experience for both child and parent. Enjoy introducing your child to a pre-school environment by helping them participate in art exploration, singing, group circle time and free play. Class fee includes all supplies. All children between the ages of 18 months and 3.5 years old must be registered in the class to attend. NO OLDER SIBLINGS PLEASE. Children must be at least 18 months old and walking to register for this class. Siblings under 18 months may attend class free with parent and brother/sister if they are in a stroller or backpack. Instructed by Joy Coyle. Class held in M-48.

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Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

52001.11

F

9:30-10:25 am

7/11-7/25

1.5-3.5

$24/$29

BUSY BODIES (1.5-3 YRS)

Parent and child class. Parents stay active while spending quality time with their children. Simple, fun dances and busy activities will keep everyone moving. Children should wear comfortable clothing that allows for movement. Class instructed by Rachael Gunn and held in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51150.11

M

9:00-9:50 am

6/16-8/4

1.5-3

$92/$99

CREATIVE MOVEMENT (3-4 YRS)

This class is a great introduction to dance! Loosely structured, it is geared for the little one who loves to dance, sing and pretend. Silly songs, props and fun dance routines are in store for students in this class. Class instructed by Rachael Gunn and held in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51170.11

M

10:00-10:50 am

6/16-8/4

3-4

$92/$99

51171.11

Th

4:00-4:50 pm

6/19-8/7

3-4

$92/$99

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TODDLERS MUSIC TOGETHER (NEWBORN-6 YRS)

Music Together is an international recognized early childhood music program for babies, toddlers, preschooler, kindergarteners, and the adults who love them. More information about Music Together can be found at www.MusicalMe.com. Make-ups for this program are available and must be scheduled through Music Together by going to their website. A special Masters class for 3-6 year olds offers the same outstanding music with the addition of rhythm improvisation, independent singing, dance improvisation, and dramatic play. A material fee of $50 is payable at first class meeting. Mon class held in E-44. Tue/Wed/Fri/Sat class held in E-42.

MY FIRST ART CLASS (1.5-5 YRS)

Parents spend quality time with their child creating art and having fun together! Each week features a new theme with five art stations of new and exciting projects. Projects are ageappropriate, allowing children the freedom to explore materials at their own pace and in their own way. Class ends on a musical note with singing, dancing and having too much fun! Parents stay in class with their child. Children should wear their “grubbies�! A $12 materials fee is payable to instructor at first class. NEW LOCATION! Class is instructed by Patty Falk of My First Art Class and is held at the Campbell Community Center in M-48 (pre-school room).

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

53321.11

M

9:30-10:15 am

7/7-8/11

0-6

$110

50101.11

T

9:30-10:30 am

6/17-7/29*

1.5-3

$85/$92

53322.11

M

10:30-11:15 am

7/7-8/11

0-6

$110

50102.11

T

10:45-11:45 am

6/17-7/29*

2-5

$85/$92

53323.11

M

11:30-12:15 pm

7/7-8/11

0-6

$110

53325.11

M

3:30-4:15 pm

7/7-8/11

0-6

$110

53326.11

M

4:30-5:15 pm

7/7-8/11

0-6

$110

53327.11

M

5:30-6:15 pm

7/7-8/11

0-6

$110

53331.11

T

9:30-10:15 am

7/8-8/12

0-6

$110

53332.11

T

10:30-11:15 am

7/8-8/12

0-6

$110

53341.11

W

9:30-10:15 am

7/9-8/13

0-6

$110

53342.11

W

10:30-11:15 am

7/9-8/13

0-6

$110

53343.11

W

11:30-12:15 pm

7/9-8/13

0-6

$110

53344.11

W

12:30-1:15 pm

7/9-8/13

3-6

$110

53361.11

F

9:30-10:15 am

7/11-8/15

0-6

$110

53362.11

F

10:30-11:15 am

7/11-8/15

0-6

$110

53371.11

Sa

9:30-10:15 am

7/12-8/16

0-6

$110

53372.11

Sa

10:30-11:15 am

7/12-8/16

0-6

$110

*No class 7/1

YOUTH CAMPBELL RECREATION PRE-SCHOOL Enrollment for 2014-2015 school year is now open!

RHYTHMS IN ART (2-5 YRS)

Children will try out different art mediums as they get an opportunity to explore clay, acrylics, color pencils, stamps-inks, crayons, pastels, and more. Our age appropriate mixed media projects allow each child to be creative while developing a rich imagination. The last fifteen minutes of each class will be free choice of musical/parachute play, dress up, and drawing in our spacious play room. Children must be accompanied by a parent/caregiver. A $40 material fee is due at the class. Class held at the Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave., Campbell. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50903.11

Sa

9:00-10:00 am

6/28-8/23*

2-5

$155

Openings available in...

SUPER KINDERS (4-5 YRS) KINDERGARTEN PREP (5-6 YRS) Learn more at www.cityofcampbell.com/pre-school To schedule a pre-school tour, please contact Mariah at (408) 866-2778 or mariahd@cityofcampbell.com

*No class 7/5

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YOUTH CHEERLEADING & GYMNASTICS

YOUTH

Ms. Melinda Beason teaches all Gymnastics and Cheerleading classes and is the owner of GymKids USA. She is a certified gymnastics instructor, safety certified, and a national USA Gymnastics Instructor Member. She holds a B.A. in Early Childhood Education and a Minor in Dance. Ms. Melinda is an AACCA Cheerleading coach and has been teaching gymnastics, cheerleading and dance to children for 15 years. For more information, please visit www.gymkidsusa.com. Required Attire: Wear comfortable, movable clothing. Shirts tucked into shorts or leotards without tights. NO socks, shoes, tights, dresses, jeans or jewelry. Hair must be pulled back away from face. Students need to safely see where they are going and landing. Age Requirement: All children must be age 4 by the start of the session; sorry no exceptions. Proof of age may be requested for any class.

GYMNASTICS

A fun class in physical fitness through non-competitive gymnastics. Boys and girls are taught basic tumbling skills using mats, inclines, octagons, balance beams and climbing structures for progressive skills. This program covers proper agility, coordination, strength, and flexibility development. Careful attention to proper technique, stretching, warm-up, and above all safety is stressed in every class. All gymnastic classes are progressive. Gymnastic skills are taught according to age appropriateness and skill level of each child. Creative Movement, Dance and Rhythmic Gymnastics are also incorporated into gymnastics using ribbons, scarves, balls, hoops, bean bags and parachute. To ensure a better learning and teaching environment parents are welcome to observe the ENTIRE LAST DAY of class only, our special performance day! Class held in M-50.

GYMKIDS 1 (4-5 YRS)

Introduction and Beginning Gymnastics Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51301.11

M

3:45-4:25 pm

6/16-8/11*

4-5

$144/$154

*No class 6/30

CHEERLEADING

Come learn to cheer, dance, and tumble! A fun class in physical fitness through non-competitive cheerleading. Students will learn all the fundamentals and skills of cheerleading. Cheerleading lessons focus on proper technique, cheer positions, cheer jumps, chants, cheers and pompom dance routines. All cheerleaders will learn beginning Tumbling Gymnastics. Fun pompom drill team dance routines will be taught to popular, age-appropriate music. Unique seasonal cheers and chants will be taught for sports. Cheerleaders will use professional gold metallic pompoms for class. To ensure a better learning and teaching environment parents are welcome to observe the ENTIRE LAST DAY of class only, our in class performance day! A one-time $27 pompom fee is due to GymKids USA at the first class; returning students, please bring your pompoms to class. Class held in M-50.

CHEERKIDS 1 (4-5 YRS)

GYMKIDS 2 (6-10 YRS)

Introduction and Beginning Cheerleading

Beginning and Intermediate Gymnastics

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51305.11

W

4:30-5:10 pm

6/18-8/13*

4-5

$144/$154

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51303.11

M

4:30-5:10 pm

6/16-8/11*1

6-10

$144/$154

*No class 7/2

51304.11

W

5:15-5:55 pm

6/18-8/13*2

6-10

$144/$154

CHEERKIDS 2 (6-10 YRS)

No class * 6/30; * 7/2 1

2

Beginning and Intermediate Cheerleading Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51306.11

M

5:15-5:55 pm

6/16-8/11*

6-10

$144/$154

*No class 6/30

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YOUTH DANCE Youth dance classes provide physical and mental exercise, develop coordination, promote socialization and provide an outlet to have fun while enjoying learning how to move to the rhythm of music. Dance instructor Rachael Gunn brings to the program many years of experience teaching dance to children of all ages. Her positive energy, talent and patience teaching children make the classes fun and recreational. All classes held in M-47, Dance Studio which features a parent lounge with glass windows so parents can view all the classes. Dancers need to wear appropriate dance shoes and clothing/outfits to dance in. There are no specific dress requirements for these classes.

COMBO: JAZZ, TAP & BALLET (8-12 YRS)

Challenging and fun steps will be taught in ballet, tap and jazz hip hop with the emphasis on body alignment and posture. This is great exercise for the mind and body! Returning dancers can continue their dance skills and learn some new ones too. It is recommended that Combo Dance students bring both tap shoes and ballet shoes. Class instructed by Rachael Gunn and held in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51121.11

F

4:45-5:45 pm

6/20-8/8*

8-12

$81/$88

*No class 7/4

HIP-HOP (7-12 YRS)

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51131.11

F

3:45-4:45 pm

6/20-8/8*

7-12

$81/$88

YOUTH

Fast-paced and fun, this class keeps children moving. Great music and fun routines are taught with easy, step-by-step instructions that will build confidence and coordination. Athletic shoes are the recommended footwear for this class. Class instructed by Rachael Gunn and held in M-47, Dance Studio.

*No class 7/4

PRE-TAP & BALLET (3-5 YRS)

This combination dance class will combine the rhythm of tap, and the grace of ballet. Basic steps of both dance genres will be taught in fun, easy to understand techniques. Dance develops coordination, increases social skills and enhances children’s ability to follow directions. Level 2 class will move a little faster to accommodate returning students. Class instructed by Rachael Gunn and held in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity # Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

Level 1 51101.11

T

4:00-4:50 pm

6/17-8/5

3-5

$92/$99

51102.11

Th

5:00-5:50 pm

6/19-8/7

3-5

$92/$99

W

4:00-4:50 pm

6/18-8/6

3-5

$92/$99

Level 2 51104.11

COMBO HIP-HOP/BREAK-DANCE (6-15 YRS)

TAP & BALLET (5-7 YRS)

Basic steps, technique, and routines will be taught in these fun and challenging classes. Dancing builds endurance, confidence and agility. Level 2 classes will move a little faster to accommodate returning students. Class instructed by Rachael Gunn and held in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

T

5:00-5:50 pm

6/17-8/5

5-7

$92/$99

W

5:00-5:50 pm

6/18-8/6

5-7

$92/$99

Level 1 51111.11 Level 2 51113.11

Come join the fun and learn the latest Hip Hop/Break-Dance moves like the Shuffle, Top Rock, Footwork, Spins and Power Freezes. Students will learn to count music, dance a choreographed routine, use strong dance movements plus develop their own unique style. Age-appropriate music is carefully selected from current hits. Instructed by Mz. “K” in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51201.11

T

6:05-7:05 pm

6/3-8/19*

6-10

$116/$126

51202.11

T

7:15-8:15 pm

6/3-8/19* 11-15 $116/$126

*No class 7/1, 7/8

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YOUTH ART DRAWING WITH MR. GREEN (6-13 YRS)

This class helps students to experience the joy of drawing as they develop new skills by drawing cartoons and animated figures. Fee includes basic supplies students will take home. Students will need to purchase a sketchpad to practice on their own. Repeat students welcome! Instructed by James Green. Class is held in E-46 at the Campbell Community Center. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

50001.11

W

3:30-4:30 pm

6/18-7/23

6-8

$70/$77

50001.12

W

3:30-4:30 pm

7/30-8/27

6-8

$58/$65

50002.11

W

4:30-5:30 pm

6/18-7/23

9-13

$70/$77

50002.12

W

4:30-5:30 pm

7/30-8/27

9-13

$58/$65

The art classes on below are held at The Art Beat - 68 E. Campbell Avenue the corner of Campbell Avenue and 4th Street (408) 370-5002

BEGINNING DRAWING & PAINTING (5-10 YRS)

Children will learn the building, blocks of art such as color, technique, composition, art history and more. Different mediums such as watercolor, pastels, and acrylics will be used. Projects will vary from landscapes, art styles, mixed media drawings, and wax resists paintings. Students will develop their drawing skills while also exploring fun and alternative mediums. A $40 material fee is due at the class. Class is held at The Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave., 95008.

YOUTH

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

50933.11

T

4:30-5:30 pm

50932.11

T

5:45-6:45 pm

6/24-8/19*

5-7

$155

6/24-8/19*

8-10

$155

*No class 7/1

ART EXPLORATION (5-12 YRS) SUMMER READING AT CAMPBELL LIBRARY Campbell Library is exploding with science excitement this summer. Beginning June 1st, everyone can sign up for the 2014 Summer Reading Program at the library or online at www.sccl.org. Read and win. Fizz, Boom, Read! is our summer club for kids. All who sign up and read at least 5 books earn a free book! Students in grades 1st - 7th will also be entered into a grand prize drawing for an iPod Shuffle. FREE kids programs are held each Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 pm -- enjoy crafts, science presentations, story tellers and more. Adults can examine Literary Elements, while teens can Spark a Reaction with their own summer programs. Each participant can join and keep a reading log, receive prizes and enter to win one of the grand prizes of a Nexus 7 or an iPad Mini. Special FREE programs feature forensic analysis, mixology and a chance to view the stars in the Cosmic Ray Planetary Theater. Check out our website at www.sccl.org for a schedule of all the exciting events happening at Campbell Library this summer! The Campbell Library is located at 77 Harrison Ave, 95008 (408) 866-1991 Library Hours: Monday – Tuesday: 1:00 pm - 9:00 pm Wednesday: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm Thursday – Saturday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Children will try out different art mediums in this class as they get an opportunity to explore clay, paints, decoupage, mosaic, and more while developing a rich imagination. Our goal is to give children the opportunity to freely express themselves through art and experience personal growth. A $40 material fee is due at the class. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

50912.11

Th

4:30-5:30 pm

50914.11

Th

5:45-6:45 pm

Ages

Fee

6/26-8/21*

5-9

$155

6/26-8/21*

9-12

$155

*No class 7/3

CLAY TIME (5-9 YRS)

Each week your child will have fun creating beautiful 3 dimensional clay projects. Kids will learn basic info and vocabulary about clay construction and finishing techniques. All pieces will be fired and glazed for finished products. The goal of this class is to bring out your child’s creativity and develop skills. A $40 material fee is due at the class. Class is held at The Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave., 95008. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50920.11

M

4:30-5:30 pm

6/23-8/18*

5-9

$155

*No class 6/30

BEGINNING POTTER’S WHEEL (10-15 YRS)

Get ready to have a blast! Feel the clay through your fingers as it spins on the wheel. Students will first focus on wedging the clay, centering, pulling basic forms, trimming and glazing. A $40 material fee is due at the class. Class is held at The Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave., 95008. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

4:30-6:00 pm

6/23-8/18*

1

50951.11

M

50950.11

T

10-15

$248

4:30-6:00 pm

6/24-8/19*2

10-15

$248

No class *1 6/30; *2 7/1

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YOUTH MUSIC

All music classes are instructed by staff of the SJG School of Music located at the Campbell Community Center www.sjgschoolofmusic.com

This fun and educational class is for the absolute beginner guitarist. Students will be introduced to the basics of guitar playing and music fundamentals by learning fun, contemporary songs. Topics include tuning, chord strumming, “power� chording, blues and the fundamentals of note and rhythm reading. Students will need to have their own acoustic guitar or electric guitar. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Instructed by Chris Shahin and held in M-49 (pre-school room). Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

53911.11

Th

7:00-7:50 pm

6/26-8/21*

9-16

$131/$141

*No class 7/3, 7/31

Students will be taught the basics of playing music on the piano/keyboard. Topics include: basic notes, rhythm and theory as well as finger exercises, chords and scales, all with the goal of being able to play basic keyboard accompaniment parts and songs. Keyboards will be provided for students in class. However, students will need a keyboard at home for practice. Recommended resources for purchasing or renting a keyboard will be provided prior to the first class. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Class held in E-42. Instructed by Joey Trombly, SJG School of Music. Day

53921.11

Th

This class explores basic singing skills through creative and fun games. Students learn the basic elements of breath control, voice placement, tone, phrasing and pitch in a fun-oriented format. In this low-stress environment, students who choose to sing on their own will gain the benefit of getting immediate direction. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Class held in M-48 (pre-school room). Instructed by Lori Shulman, SJG School of Music staff. Activity #

BEGINNING PIANO-KEYBOARD: LEVEL 1 (8-16 YRS)

Activity #

JUNIOR SINGERS (5-7 YRS)

Time

Dates

7:00-7:50 pm 6/26-8/21*

Ages

R/NR Fee

8-16

$131/$141

*No class 7/3, 7/31

BEGINNING DRUMS (9-17 YRS)

This course will provide students with the fundamentals of playing the drum set, reading music, understanding rhythm and tempo. Students will need a practice pad and sticks. Each student will get to practice on a drum kit in class. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Class held in M-52 (pre-school room, enter through play yard on Winchester side). Instructed by Jemal Ramirez, SJG School of Music. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

53931.11

T

7:00-7:50 pm

6/24-8/5*

9-17

$131/$141

YOUTH

BEGINNING GUITAR: LEVEL 1 (9-16 YRS)

53941.11

Day

Time

Dates

Ages R/NR Fee

M 4:15-5:05 pm 6/16-8/4* 5-7 $131/$141

*No class 6/30, 7/14

BEGINNING VOCALS (8-17 YRS)

You can sing! This beginning course helps students learn healthy vocal techniques. Learn breath control and voice placement, tone, phrasing and pitch as well as basic music theory, building confidence, and picking audition material, all while having fun! Students exercise their vocal muscles through group and individual work for personal enjoyment, auditioning and performing. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Class held in M-48 (pre-school room). Instructed by Lori Shulman, SJG School of Music. Activity # Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

53942.11

M 5:15-6:05 pm 6/16-8/4* 8-12 $131/$141

53943.11

M 6:15-7:05 pm 6/16-8/4* 13-17 $131/$141

*No class 6/30, 7/14

* No class 7/1

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YOUTH SPORTS

‘JUST4KICKS’ SOCCER CLASSES (2.5-12 YRS)

YOUTH

Classes are offered to kids as young as 2.5 with parent to 12 years of age. Participants will learn age appropriate skills including how to dribble, pass, shoot and play defense. All Wednesday classes are at the Campbell Community Center and Saturday classes are held at John D. Morgan Park, 540 W. Rincon Avenue. Activity #

KENPO KARATE (8-17 YRS)

Kenpo Karate classes help children develop coordination, balance, agility and strength through drills, games, and technique application. Kicking, punching, blocking, and tumbling are taught while safety is stressed in all aspects of training. New and returning students are welcome. Instructed by Hans Ingebretsen in M-50. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

Beginning 43001.11

T/Th

4:30-5:10 pm

6/24-7/17

8-17

$59/$66

43001.12

T/Th

4:30-5:10 pm

8/5-8/28

8-17

$59/$66

43002.11 43002.12

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T/Th T/Th

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

6/24-7/17 8/5-8/28

8-17 8-17

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

46007.11

W

8:30-9:00 am

7/9-8/13

2.5-3.5

$68/$75

46008.11

W

9:00-9:30 am

7/9-8/13

3.5-4

$68/$75

46009.11

W

9:30-10:05 am

7/9-8/13

4-5

$68/$75

46016.11

W

10:05-10:50 am

7/9-8/13

5-6

$68/$75

46018.11

W

10:50-11:50 am

7/9-8/13

7-12

$68/$75

46011.11

Sa

4:50-5:20 pm

7/12-8/16

2.5-3.5

$68/$75

46013.11

Sa

2:00-2:30 pm

7/12-8/16

3.5-4

$68/$75

46015.11

Sa

2:30-3:05 pm

7/12-8/16

4-5

$68/$75

46017.11

Sa

3:05-3:50 pm

7/12-8/16

5-6

$68/$75

46019.11

Sa

3:50-4:50 pm

7/12-8/16

7-12

$68/$75

JUDO/JU JITSU (8-17 YRS)

Students will learn tumbling, grappling, and throwing skills in a safe environment while learning practical self defense and sports applications of these highly effective martial arts. Using leverage, flexibility, and proper use of power, our students are trained to turn an agressor’s engery back on them. Belt testing is optional and an additional fee is payable to the instructor if students wish to participate in belt testing. Tournament competition opportunities will be available outside class for those who desire it. New and returning students are welcome. Instructed by Hans Ingebretsen in M-50. Activity #

Intermediate/Advanced

Day

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

$59/$66

43011.11

T/Th

6:15-7:30 pm

6/24-7/17

8-17

$59/$66

$59/$66

43011.12

T/Th

6:15-7:30 pm

8/5-8/28

8-17

$59/$66

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation


YOUTH SPORTS

VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE (8-17 YRS)

This youth volleyball summer league is for girls and boys with limited experience and includes 100 hours of volleyball practice and competition in a seven week program. Basic fundamentals and skills are taught in a fun recreational setting. Sportsmanship and camaraderie are of highest importance. Players must try out on June 7 before being placed on an age and skill level appropriate team. Team rosters and game schedules will given one week before first game. Teams coached by Campbell volleyball staff and led by Lila Plunkett in the Main Gym.

‘FUTSAL KINGZ’ INDOOR SOCCER (5-12 YRS)

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Activity #

10:40-11:25 am

7/13-8/17

5-6

$90/$97

Su

11:25-12:20 pm

7/13-8/17

7-8

$90/$97

46029.11

Su

12:25-1:20 pm

7/13-8/17

9-12

$90/$97

9:30-11:30 am

Dates

6/7

2:00-4:00 pm

6/17-8/7*

schedule below

Practices: T/Th Games:

Sa

Ages

R/NR Fee

8-11

$375/$385

Ages

R/NR Fee

9:30-12:30 pm 6/21-8/9*

*No league play 7/1, 7/3, 7/5

Ages 12-17 Activity #

Su

Sa

Tryout:

41002.11

46027.11

Time

41001.11

R/NR Fee

46025.11

Day

YOUTH

Futsal is a fun, fast paced soccer game, played indoors within the lines of a basketball court (no walls), using a small, size 3, low bounce ball. The game consists of two teams of four players and a goalkeeper with unlimited substitutions and quick restarts. Register your child up to learn the amazing game of soccer... Futsal style! Class held in the Auxiliary Gym and instructed by Futsal Kingz Staff.

Ages 8-11

Tryout:

Day

Sa

Practices: T/Th Games:

Time

Dates

schedule below

Sa

12-17 $375/$385

12:30-3:30 pm

6/7

4:15-6:15 pm

6/17-8/7*

1:00-4:00 pm

6/21-8/9*

*No league play 7/1, 7/3, 7/5

VOLLEYBALL CLASSES (8-17 YRS)

Learn to improve your volleyball skills with drills and practice games. This class is for students who have volleyball experience or no experience at all. Each class begins with passing, serving, hitting and defensive drills followed by officiated games designed to focus on team defense and scoring strategies. Summer sessions offered in two age brackets. Instructed by Lila Plunkett. Class is held in the Main Gym. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

41011.11

F

3:30-5:00 pm

6/13-8/1*

8-12

$66/$73

41011.12

F

3:30-5:00 pm

8/8-9/19

8-12

$66/$73

41012.11

F

5:15-6:45 pm

6/13-8/1*

13-17

$66/$73

41012.12

F

5:15-6:45 pm

8/8-9/19

13-17

$66/$73

*No class 7/4

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YOUTH

YOUTH SPORTS

YOUTH TENNIS CLASSES

TENNIS, BEGINNING (7-8 YRS) (QUICKSTART Format = softer balls, smaller court)

These classes are for those who have little or no tennis experience. These classes offer an introduction to the game of tennis, covering the basic strokes such as the forehand, backhand, and the serve. The focus of these lessons will be on developing consistency. Students can re-take lessons at the beginner level until comfortable to advance. Register today, as these lessons are VERY popular! Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

42013.11

M/W

5:00-6:00 pm

6/2-6/18

7-8

$82/$89

TENNIS, ADVANCED BEGINNING (7-17 YRS)

These classes are for players who have a general knowledge of the game and have the ability to maintain a rally for 5 strokes. Advanced Begninng lessons will focus on the serve and volley, speciality shots, strategy and fine-tuning strokes. Students can re-take lessons at the Advanced Beginner level until comfortable to advance. Register today, as these lessons are VERY popular!

Ages 7-8 (QUICKSTART Format = softer balls, smaller court) Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

42027.11

Sa

11:00-12:00 pm

6/7-6/21

7-8

$41/$46

42023.11

M/W

5:00-6:00 pm

6/23-7/9

7-8

$82/$89

Ages 9-12 Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

42027.12

Sa

11:00-12:00 pm

7/12-7/26

9-12

$41/$46

42023.12

M/W

5:00-6:00 pm

7/14-7/30

9-12

$82/$89

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All tennis classes and tennis camps will be held at the Campbell Community Center Tennis Courts. Chuck Sanfilippo, a certified U.S.P.T.A. instructor, will teach all classes. Lessons are designed to develop skills, sportsmanship, and a healthy competitive attitude that will last a lifetime. Beginning through Intermediate level instruction is offered in small group lessons (maximum of 4 students per class). Students need to bring their own tennis racket and bottled water.

FOR TENNIS CAMPS SEE PAGE 23 PRIVATE TENNIS LESSONS

Chuck Sanfilippo teaches private tennis lessons for the Campbell Recreation Department as his schedule allows. The cost is $26 per half-hour. Please call the Recreation Office at (408) 866-2104 to leave your contact information and Chuck will contact you to schedule your private lessons.

TENNIS, INTERMEDIATE (9-17 YRS)

These classes are for players who are consistent with shots and serves. There will be an emphasis on drills to improve your singles and doubles strategies. The last part of each class will be game play. Register today, as these lessons are VERY popular!

Ages 9-12 Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

42031.11

M/W

5:00-6:00 pm

8/4-8/13

9-12

$55/$62

Ages 13-17 Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

42033.11

T/Th

5:00-6:00 pm

6/3-6/19

13-17

$82/$89

42033.12

T/Th

5:00-6:00 pm

6/24-7/10

13-17

$82/$89

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

42033.13

T/Th

5:00-6:00 pm

7/15-7/31

13-17

$82/$89

42027.13

Sa

11:00-12:00 pm

8/2-8/16

13-17

$41/$46

42033.14

T/Th

5:00-6:00 pm

8/5-8/14

13-17

$55/$62

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation


YOUTH SPORTS

The Campbell Skatepark is located at the Campbell Community Center, just off Campbell Ave., west of Winchester Blvd. The Skatepark is a supervised facility and only open during specified hours. Skaters need a paid membership (or $1 daily entry fee), a signed libaility release form on file, and required safety gear to participate.

Required Safety Equipment:

Helmets – Knee pads – Elbow pads

Summer Hours of Operation: June 16 - August 15

Monday - Sunday: 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm (or dusk)

LITTLE SHREDDERS SKATEBOARDING (6-12 YRS)

Take the next step in skateboarding and develop more advanced skills! For those with skateboarding experience, are comfortable on a board, able to push and go down ramps. Students will learn how to master bigger elements of the skatepark and learn new trick progressions, including kick flip, lip tricks on the half pipe, and flat land tricks. Class instructed by Campbell Skatepark Staff. All participants must bring their own board and safety equipment (helmet, knee pads and elbow pads). Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

30220.11

Sa

10:45-11:45 am

7/12-8/16

6-12

$68/$75

YOUTH

For a complete Skatepark Newsletter and calendar, stop by the skatepark or visit www.cityofcampbell.com/skatepark.

SKATEPARK ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP

Use the Campbell Skatepark an unlimited number of times during the year for only $25! Non-members can pay $1.00 per person daily fee instead. Memberships can only be purchased at the Recreation Office during normal business hours. Please download the membership application and liability release form at www.cityofcampbell.com/ skatepark or pick one up at the Recreation Office in C-31.

SKATEPARK RENTAL

SKATEBOARDING FOR BEGINNERS (6-12 YRS)

This class is a once a week class geared towards those with very little to no experience in a skatepark. Students will learn such skills as pushing properly, foot positioning and orientation with some obstacles. The goal of the class is to learn how to skate the elements of a skatepark. Class instructed by Campbell Skatepark Staff. All participants must bring their own board and safety equipment (helmet, knee pads and elbow pads). Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

30110.11

T

4:00-5:00 pm

7/8-8/12

6-12

$68/$75

30120.11

T

5:15-6:15 pm

7/8-8/12

6-12

$68/$75

30210.11

Sa

9:30-10:30 am

7/12-8/16

6-12

$68/$75

Rent the Campbell Skatepark for your own private party. Rentals include: exclusive use of the Skatepark and one Skatepark supervisor to monitor the facility. The Skatepark is available for rent before the park opens or all day on dates the park is closed.

Fee: $85/hr + $25 processing fee

For more information, contact us at (408) 866-2741 or skatepark@cityofcampbell.com

PRIVATE SKATE LESSONS

Private (1 or 2 participants) for those seeking private instruction and attention. Lessons are 1 hour long, tailored to your specific skills and abilities. All participants must bring their own board and safety equipment (helmet, knee pads and elbow pads). Please call (408) 866-2741 for more information. Days Available

Time Available

R/NR Fee

Tuesdays & Thursdays

4:00-6:00 pm

$58/$65

Sundays

9:00-12:00 pm

per hour

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation

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TEENS CREATIVE COOKING (11-15 YRS) NEW!

Have fun creating some delicious foods with Italian flair! Student will have a hands-on experience preparing fresh, healthy recipes from scratch. Then get to eat the food that is prepared, and receive the recipes to take home. Menu: brushetta with fresh tomatoes; spinach and ricotta ravioli; crepes with nutrella and strawverries. Class instructed by Maria Luisa Manca and held in E-46 at the Campbell Community Center. Day

Time

Date

Ages

R/NR Fee

54310.11

F

11:30-1:30 pm

7/25

11-15

$25/$30

YOUTH

Activity #

SAFESITTERS (13-18 YRS)

SafeSitters is for students who want to be childcare providers. This course provides hands-on training in preventing and responding to emergencies, with an emphasis on first aid skills. This course covers infant care, planning age-appropriate activities, as well as how to manage discipline issues. Students are also taught how to recognize child abuse and handle inappropriate adult behavior. This program is designed for mature-minded students who are serious about developing his/her child care abilities. Students will receive a certification card upon completion of this course. Students will need to bring a sack lunch to class. Class is held at Sunnyoaks Fire Station, McCormack Training Center Classroom (rear), 485 West Sunnyoaks Ave., in Campbell. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

52225.11

Th

9:00-4:30 pm

6/26

13-18

$35/$40

DRIVER’S EDUCATION (14.5+ YRS)

Driver Education is a life skill class. There is no substitute for the studentteacher interaction, discussion, video analysis, and instant feedback that takes place in the classroom. This course meets the State of California requirement to obtain a driver’s instruction permit. The class is 30 hours long and does not include behind the wheel instruction. Class meets 4 days. Upon completion of this course, students will receive a Certificate of Completion of Classroom Driver Education. Students must attend all classes in order to receive the DMV Completion Certificate. Students must be age 15½ to receive an instruction permit. A lunch break is provided. Students should bring a bag lunch. Instructed by Economic Driving School #2430 staff. The June class is held at the Campbell Community Center, Q-84. The July class is held at Los Gatos High School Community Room, 20 High School Court, Los Gatos, CA 95030.

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Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

52221.11

M-Th

8:30-4:00 pm

6/9-6/12

14.5+

$135/$145

52221.12

M-Th

8:30-4:00 pm

7/28-7/31

14.5+

$135/$145

SEWING & MACHINE BASICS (10+ YRS)

This class is a hands-on, entry level class where students learn to safely use a sewing machine, iron, and use other construction tools and techniques. Students will build confidence by sewing a pillow or simple bag. Students will be responsible for bringing items from a supply list and a $15 material fee is due to the instructor at the beginning of class. Students should register at least a week before the start of class to allow time to purchase supplies/tools (e.g. pins, pincushion, scissors). Please also provide an email address so that the instructor may email a supply list prior to the class. Sewing machines will be provided. Instructed by Terrie Krent and held in E-46. Activity #

Day

Time

Date

Ages

R/NR Fee

54100.11

Sa

8:30-11:30 am

6/21

10+

$45/$50

54100.12

Sa

8:30-11:30 am

7/19

10+

$45/$50

54100.13

Sa

8:30-11:30 am

8/23

10+

$45/$50

ONLINE DRIVER’S ED COURSE (14.5+YRS)

This Online Drivers Education Course is approved by the California Department of Motor Vehicles. Reading, flash graphics, videos, and quizzes will prepare the reader to pass the written DMV test. The course is very easy to use. You simply log into the web site, enroll, and you can begin immediately! For more information about the course and to register go to: www.economicdrivingschool.com/online. When registering make sure you complete the question that says, “How did you hear about us” by choosing: Activity Guide - Enter code: 2105 - Cost: $68.50

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation


ADULT FITNESS CAMPBELL COMMUNITY CENTER DROP-IN FITNESS PROGRAM

The Campbell Community Center Drop-In Fitness Program is on-going and available to everyone ages 18 and up. NO MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED. FEES The Campbell Community Center offers different fitness pass options to suit varying schedules and budgets. Passes are good for all drop-in activities. Daily Visit $7 Fitness Passes 10 visits 20 visits

LAP SWIM

Please note Summer Hours effective June 16 - August 8

WEIGHT ROOM

$50.00 $80.00

The 20- and 10-visit passes are good for any 20 or 10 days, no expiration date! Unlimited Monthly Pass

Days

Time

Location

M-F

6:00-8:00 am

Pool (enter through Weight Rm)

M-F

11:30-1:00 pm

Pool (enter through Weight Rm)

M-Th

8:30-10:00 pm

Pool

Sa/Su

8:00-10:30 am

Pool

Days

Time

Location

M-F

6:00-8:00 am

Weight Rm

M-F

11:30-2:00 pm

Weight Rm

Sa/Su

9:00-11:00 am

Weight Rm

GROUP FITNESS

Days

Time

Location

Spinning

M, W, Th, F

12:15-1:00 pm

Fitness Center

AMENITIES Locker room and showers are available for use during lap swim and weight room hours. Please bring your own lock and towel.

Yoga

M

12:00-1:00 pm

Rm M-47

The Weight Room has a variety of equipment including two universal machines, ellipticals, treadmills, recumbent bikes, free weights, medicine balls, stability balls and other pieces of equipment to meet your fitness goals! Supervision/assistance is provided. GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES Group Fitness programs are instructor-led classes. Please bring water and a small towel for Spinning and Zumba. For yoga, pilates, and cardio/sculpt participants will need water, a towel and a mat. CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP DATES May 1, 2014 - August 31, 2014 September 1, 2014 - December 31, 2014 January 1, 2015 - April 30, 2015

Yoga

T

12:00-1:00 pm

Rm Q-80

Pilates

Th

12:00-1:00 pm

Rm Q-80

Cardio/Sculpt

F

6:00-7:00 pm

Rm M-50

Zumba

M/W

6:15-7:15 pm

Rm M-50

BADMINTON

Days

Time

Location

Aux Gym Closed for noon drop-in June 16 - August 8

Th

11:30-1:45 pm

Main Gym

Sa

6:00-10:00 pm

Main Gym

BASKETBALL

Days

Time

Location

W/F

11:30-1:30 pm

Main Gym

Days

Time

Location

T

11:30-1:45 pm

Main Gym

M/F

7:00-10:00 pm

Main Gym

Su

9:00-12:00 pm

Main Gym

VOLLEYBALL

CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP FEES (number of employees in corporation/business) Up to 25 25-99 Over 100 $300 per trimester

$400 $450 per trimester per trimester

$750 full year

$975 $1100 full year full year

youth (17 & under)

ADULT

Unlimited visits $55.00 within a calendar month Adults age 50 and better may purchase fitness passes at a discounted price from the Campbell Adult Center in C-33.

All drop-in activities will be CLOSED 5/26, 7/4, 9/1

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ADULT FITNESS

ABOUT OUR POOL

A 25 yard, eight-lane outdoor facility, the depth of the Campbell pool ranges from 3.5 feet at the shallow end to 9.5 feet in the deep end. Heated by both solar and gas, the pool is maintained at a comfortable 80 degrees year-round. Kickboards are available and lap swimmers may bring other equipment such as pull buoys, masks and fins. Please remember to bring your own towel and lock to secure your valuables while you swim.

ADULT

WATER EXERCISE (18+ YRS)

Wake up your body and get your blood flowing! Water Exercise provides a refreshing way to get an invigorating cardiovascular workout, increase muscle strength, while toning and shaping. It’s easy on the knees and joints too! Water weights and noodles are incorporated for added resistance and suspended exercises. Swimming skills are not required. Class is instructed by Jennifer Correia and held in outdoor 80 degree temperature pool. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

24000.11

M/W/F

8:15-9:15 am

6/13-7/7*

$53/$60

24000.12

M/W/F

8:15-9:15 am

7/11-8/1

$53/$60

24000.13

M/W/F

8:15-9:15 am

8/6-8/27

$53/$60

*No class 7/4

COMPETITIVE SWIM TRAINING (18+ YRS)

Enjoy the benefits of swimming workouts with a coach providing technical stroke instruction, drills, and interval training. By improving swimming technique and speed, participants will also achieve a greater cardiovascular workout, build endurance, and define muscles without the impact on joints and knees. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

14000.11

T/Th/Sa

6:00-7:30 am

6/3-6/28

$58/$65

14000.12

T/Th/Sa

6:00-7:30 am

7/1-7/31

$58/$65

14000.13

T/Th/Sa

6:00-7:30 am

8/2-8/30

$58/$65

TRI-TEAM TRAINING (18+ YRS)

ADULT SWIM LESSON (15+ YRS)

This class teaches non-swimmers flotation, basic arm strokes and kicks, crawl, backstroke and personal safety skills. Class will also progress to stroke refinement and introduction of the breaststroke. Class ratio is 1:6. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

11820.11

Sa

10:45-11:30 am

6/21-7/12

$70/$77

11820.12

Sa

10:45-11:30 am

7/19-8/9

$70/$77

11821.11

Sa

11:45-12:30 pm

6/21-7/12

$70/$77

11821.12

Sa

11:45-12:30 pm

7/19-8/9

$70/$77

This training is designed for athletes interested in a structured, guided triathlon training program. First timers and experienced triathletes welcome! Participants must be able to swim 2 laps (50 yards) continuously. Athletes receive technique, endurance and speed training in all three sport disciplines; swim, bike and run. Participants will need a competitive style swim suit, goggles, cap (for shoulder length hair), and good running shoes. Practices held rain or shine. Coached by Glenn Schiavo and Jennifer Van Muckey. Activity #

Days

Dates

R/NR Fee

22000.11

M/W/F

6:00-7:30 am

6/2-6/30

$58/$65

22000.12

M/W/F

6:00-7:30 am

7/2-7/30*

$58/$65

22000.13

M/W/F

6:00-7:30 am

8/1-8/29

$58/$65

*No class 7/4

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Time

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ADULT FITNESS

BOOT CAMP (18+ YRS)

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee Instr.

Co-Ed $72/$79

23201.12

W/F

5:45-6:45 am

7/9-8/6

$72/$79

23201.13

W/F

5:45-6:45 am

8/13-9/12*

$72/$79

23202.11

M/W

7:05-8:05 pm

6/4-7/2

$72/$79

23202.12

M/W

7:05-8:05 pm

7/9-8/6

$72/$79

7:05-8:05 pm

8/13-9/15*

$72/$79

T/Th

5:45-6:45 am

6/5-7/3

$72/$79

23203.12

T/Th

5:45-6:45 am

7/10-8/7

$72/$79

23203.13

T/Th

5:45-6:45 am

8/14-9/11

$72/$79

6:00-7:00 pm

6/5-7/3

$72/$79

T/Th

6:00-7:00 pm

7/10-8/7

$72/$79

23204.13

T/Th

6:00-7:00 pm

8/14-9/11

$72/$79

23210.11

M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

6/4-7/2

$72/$79

23210.12

M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

7/9-8/6

$72/$79

23210.13

M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

8/13-9/15*

$72/$79

Jonsson

T/Th

Chloie

23204.11 23204.12

Jonsson

M/W

23203.11

Chloie

23202.13

Young

6/4-7/2

Melissa

5:45-6:45 am

Ortiz

W/F

Jason

23201.11

Women’s Young

Melissa

*No class 9/1

UPPER BODY & CORE STRENGTH (18+ YRS)

This 30-minute class is focused on building strength in your core and adding strength & shape to your upper body. Class is conducted in a group setting with music; workout will include a warm-up, cool-down and stretch. Hand weights, resistance bands and a variety of fitness equipment provided. Bring a mat, towel and water. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

23301.11 M/W

7:30-8:00 pm

6/4-7/2

$36/$41

23301.12 M/W

7:30-8:00 pm

7/9-8/6

$36/$41

23301.13 M/W

7:30-8:00 pm

8/13-9/15*

$36/$41

23302.11 T/Th

8:15-8:45 pm

6/5-7/3

$36/$41

23302.12 T/Th

8:15-8:45 pm

7/10-8/7

$36/$41

23302.13 T/Th

8:15-8:45 pm

8/14-9/11

$36/$41

Instructor Location Lloyd Green

M-50

ADULT

Bored with the same old workout? Are you ready to change things up? This Boot Camp is for you! It’s time to boost your fitness to the next level with a new challenge! This supportive and motivational class combines intense core, strength, and interval training, including focused weight training, and a powerful cardio portion. The unique combination is designed to get results. The Weight Room and Track will be utilized. Classes are for all fitness levels. Students should bring a mat and water. ‘T/Th’ evening class meets in L-58, all others meet at the Weight Room.

Jennifer Correia

Q-80

*No class 9/1

CORE STRENGTHENING (50+ YRS)

Strengthening and stretching exercises to tone the whole body with emphasis on the core muscle group using exercise bands, bosu balls, hand weights and resistance bands. Students should bring a mat. Class is instructed by Mary Kearns and held in Q-80. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

23305.11

T/Th

4:35-5:20 pm

6/17-7/24

$52/$59

23305.12

T/Th

4:35-5:20 pm

7/29-8/28

$44/$49

STRENGTH TRAINING (50+ YRS)

Learn the proper techniques for strength training to shape muscles and increase bone density. Class is instructed by Mary Kearns and held in the Weight Room. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

23307.11

T/Th

5:30-6:30 pm

6/17-7/24

$69/$76

23307.12

T/Th

5:30-6:30 pm

7/29-8/28

$58/$65

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ADULT FITNESS SPINNING (18+ YRS)

Students will experience an extraordinary cardio class utilizing indoor cycling! Spinning provides a safe and effective journey for all levels. Students will receive the motivation he/she needs to succeed through instructional coaching, encouragement and music! In addition to an awesome cardio workout, participants will be warmed up, cooled down, and stretched for a safe and healthy workout. Class held in Fitness Center/Spinning Room behind the pool. Days

Time

Dates

Instr.

20001.11

M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

6/4-7/2

$72/$79

20001.12

M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

7/9-8/6

$72/$79 $72/$79

6/5-7/3

$80/$87

20003.12

T/Th

6:00-7:00 AM

7/10-8/7

$80/$87

20003.13

T/Th

6:00-7:00 AM

8/14-9/11

$80/$87

20005.11

T/Th

7:00-8:00 pm

6/5-7/3

$80/$87

20005.12

T/Th

7:00-8:00 pm

7/10-8/7

$80/$87

20005.13

T/Th

7:00-8:00 pm

8/14-9/11

$80/$87

Correia

8/13-9/15*

6:00-7:00 AM

Jennifer

6:00-7:00 pm

T/Th

Jennifer

M/W

20003.11

Van Muckey

20001.13

30-MINUTE SPINNING (18+ YRS)

ADULT

30-minute classes deliver a great cardio workout, cool-down, and stretch. Wear cool comfortable clothing, hard-soled shoes (like walking or tennis shoes), bring a small towel, and water. Instructed by Emma Smith and held in the Fitness Center/ Spinning Room. Beginning: No prior spinning experience needed. This is a non-competitive environment. Students will learn the basics of bike set-up, heart rate ranges, and position transitions in a safe and effective way. Moderate: ‘Beginning’ is recommended as a pre-requisite if you have no experience, but not required. This class reinforces fundamentals of spinning, including basics of bike set-up, heart rate ranges, use of resistance, and position transitions in a safe, effective way. Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

20011.11

Sa

7:45-8:15 am

6/7-7/26*1

$29/$34

20011.12

Sa

7:45-8:15 am

8/2-9/20*2

$29/$34

20012.11

Sa

8:30-9:00 am

6/7-7/26*1

$29/$34

20012.12

Sa

8:30-9:00 am

8/2-9/20*2

$29/$34

Beginning

Moderate 20010.11

T/Th

8:15-8:45 pm

6/10-7/3

$32/$37

20010.12

T/Th

8:15-8:45 pm

7/10-8/5

$32/$37

20010.13

T/Th

8:15-8:45 pm

8/12-9/4

$32/$37

No class *1 7/5, *2 8/30

Also try

See page 39 for more information.

ZUMBA GOLD (50+ YRS)

Features cardio conditioning to Latin and International music with interval/resistance training. Instructed by Kathleen Hill at and held at Dance Boulevard, 1824 Hillsdale Blvd., San Jose. Days

Time

Dates

DROP-IN SPINNING

See page 39 for more information.

R/NR Fee

24100.11

T/Th

4:30-5:30 pm

6/17-7/24

$59/$66

24100.12

T/Th

4:30-5:30 pm

7/29-8/28

$50/$57

Drop-in Zumba Gold 50+ Pass available only in the Adult Center Office, room C-33. Good for Zumba Gold classes only. $25

5 day pass

$48

10 day pass

Drop-in allowed on a space-available basis. For more information, please contact the Adult Center, room C-33, at (408) 866-2146.

SPIN MIX (18+ YRS)

Spinning builds a stronger cardiovascular system, throw in strength training of all major muscle groups, including the core, and you’ve got Spin Mix! This is a great workout, and all levels are welcome. Participants should wear a cross-trainer shoe, or bike shoe with clips, and bring water and towel. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

Instr. Location

20100.11 M/W 7:15-8:15 pm

6/4-7/2

$72/$79

20100.12 M/W 7:15-8:15 pm

7/9-8/6

$72/$79

20100.13 M/W 7:15-8:15 pm 8/13-9/15* $72/$79 20101.11 M/W 8:15-9:15 pm

6/4-7/2

$72/$79

20101.12 M/W 8:15-9:15 pm

7/9-8/6

$72/$79

20101.13 M/W 8:15-9:15 pm 8/13-9/15* $72/$79

held Monday - Friday from 12:15-1:00 pm.

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from 6:15-7:15 pm.

Activity #

*No class 9/1

Activity #

held Monday and Wednesday

Lanning

R/NR Fee

Katherine

Activity #

DROP-IN ZUMBA (18+ YRS)

20105.11 T/Th 6:00-6:45 pm

6/5-7/3

$54/$61

20105.12 T/Th 6:00-6:45 pm

7/10-8/7

$54/$61

20105.13 T/Th 6:00-6:45 pm

8/14-9/11

$54/$61

*No class 9/1

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Melinda Darknell Spinning Rm Lloyd Green Weight Rm Jennifer Correia Spinning Rm


ADULT FITNESS

PILATES (18+ YRS)

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

Instructor Location

21100.11 M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

6/4-7/2

$72/$79

Cristina

21100.12 M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

7/9-8/6

$72/$79

Walski

21100.13 M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

8/13-9/15*

$72/$79

21101.11 T/Th

5:45-6:45 pm

6/5-7/3

$72/$79

21101.12 T/Th

5:45-6:45 pm

7/10-8/7

$72/$79

21101.13 T/Th

5:45-6:45 pm

8/14-9/11

$72/$79

C-35 Heidi Marlinghaus

Q-80

*No class 9/1

30-MINUTE SUNRISE PILATES (18+ YRS)

This 30-minute class incorporates all the fundamentals of Pilates designed to deliver a powerful workout in a shorter period of time. It leaves you feeling great and sets you on your way to a better day! All levels are welcome. Students should bring mat and water. Class is instructed by Cristina Walski and held in Q-84.

ADVANCED PILATES (18+ YRS)

This class is for intermediate to advanced Pilates participants only. Students must possess a foundation of the 10 Pilates principles, and are interested in advancing to the next level of their knowledge and practice. Students should bring a mat. Class is instructed by Juliet Settlemier-Ivey and held in M-50. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

21300.11

Sa

21300.12

Sa

R/NR Fee

8:15-9:15 am

6/7-7/26*

1

$56/$63

8:15-9:15 am

8/2-9/20*2

$56/$63

No class *1 7/5; *2 8/30

ADULT

This class concentrates on basic fundamentals and techniques of Pilates; focus on centering, correct breathing, precision, control, concentration, alignment, mobilization of the spine, and strengthening of core and periphery. Students benefit from improved trunk strength, muscle tone, flexibility, and balance. Students should bring a mat. Instructors and locations are listed below.

POWER PILATES & CORE CONDITIONING (18+ YRS)

All levels welcome! Boost core strength, flexibility, and control to gain stronger, longer, and leaner muscles. Stability balls, rings, rollers, weights and thera bands are some of the tools incorporated to help participants achieve their goals! Students should bring a mat and water. Class is instructed by Cristina Walski and held in M-50. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

21500.11

Sa

21500.12

Sa

R/NR Fee

9:30-10:30 am

1

6/7-7/26*

$56/$63

9:30-10:30 am

8/2-9/20*2

$56/$63

No class * 7/5; * 8/30 1

2

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

21401.11

M

6:00-6:30 am

6/2-7/14

$28/$33

21401.12

M

6:00-6:30 am

7/21-9/8*

$28/$33

held Thursday from 12:00-1:00 pm.

21402.11

W

6:00-6:30 am

6/4-7/16

$28/$33

21402.12

W

6:00-6:30 am

7/23-9/3

$28/$33

See page 39 for more information.

Also try

DROP-IN PILATES

*No class 9/1

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ADULT FITNESS

Also try

DROP-IN YOGA

held Mondays & Tuesdays from 12:00-1:00 pm See page 39 for more nformation

YOGA FOR LIFE (18+ YRS)

ADULT

Each class integrates breathing techniques, postures, relaxation, body awareness and meditation, which will assist students in clearing energy blocks. All levels are welcome. Students need to bring a mat and firm, thick blanket to class. Class is instructed by Debby Edwards in Q-84. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

29110.11

M

6:00-7:30 pm

6/2-7/21

$78/$85

29110.12

M

6:00-7:30 pm

7/28-9/22*

$78/$85

*No class 9/1

HATHA YOGA (18+ YRS)

Learn to practice yoga through the use of deep relaxation and release of tension. Class will focus on the utilization of breath, body alignment and awareness of tension, to promote opening into the postures. Students should bring a mat and pillow. All levels are welcome. Instructed by Cheryl Larson. Monday class held in E-42; Tuesday class held in L-58. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

29132.11

M

6:00-7:30 pm

6/16-8/11*1

R/NR Fee

$82/$89

29133.11

T

9:30-11:00 am

6/17-8/12*

$82/$89

2

No class *1 7/7; *2 7/8

YOGA/YOUNG AT HEART (50+ YRS)

This class offers gentle exercise that restores natural balance and alignment. There is an emphasis on coordinating the breath with physical poses to improve focus and relieve stress. Students of all fitness levels are welcome and should bring a mat and pillow. Thursday class will return in the falll. Class instructed by Cheryl Larson and held in E-42. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

29130.11

M

4:15-5:45 pm

6/16-8/11*

$75/$82

*No class 7/7

INTRO TO MEDITATION (18+ YRS)

Meditation can make a big difference in your life. Students will learn methods to manage stress, increase productivity, improve relationships, increase energy, enhance concentration levels, improve quality of sleep, lower blood pressure levels and live with a greater sense of ease, joy and passion. Returning students welcome! Participants should dress comfortably and bring a sweater. Class is instructed by Greg de Vries, Certified Meditation Instructor, and held in M-52. Activity # Day

29200.11

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T

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

6:30-8:00 pm 6/10-7/8 $63/$70


ADULT SPORTS CAMPBELL ADULT SPORTS - THE WAY TO PLAY! Get active, hone your skills, build team camaraderi, and foster sportsmanship through Campbell Recreation Adult Sports programs. Men’s Basketball, Women’s Basketball, and Co-Ed Volleyball leagues are offered with divisions for different skill levels. For complete Adult Sport Leagues registration information and registration packets, please visit the City of Campbell website at www.cityofcampbell.com/sports or email alisona@cityofcampbell.com. Drop-In Volleyball, Basketball, and Badminton open gyms are also available. Come as an individual or with friends for pick-up games. For a complete open gym schedule, please see page 39.

VOLLEYBALL LEAGUES: CO-ED (18+ YRS)

Co-Ed volleyball leagues for adults (18+) are offered Thursday nights at the Campbell Community Center. Game times are 7:05; 8:05; 9:05 pm. League fees are $497/team for a 9 week season. Registration is by TEAM ONLY. Registration Period: 5/26 - 5/30, 2014. Roster and payment due at registration. Activity #

Div.

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

41100.11

B

Th

6:05-10:05 pm

6/12-8/21

$497/team

41101.11

C

Th

6:05-10:05 pm

6/12-8/21

$497/team

ADULT BASKETBALL LEAGUES (18+ YRS)

Full court basketball leagues for adults (18+) are offered year round. Enjoy a 10 game season including playoffs. All games played at the Campbell Community Center. Registration is by TEAM ONLY. League fees: $788/team + $10/per non-resident player.

BASKETBALL LEAGUES: WOMEN (18+ YRS)

Four women’s divisions available for various skill levels. Level 5 (Beginner) play Monday Nights; Level 2 (Advanced) and Level 4 (Adv Beginner) play Tuesday Nights; Level 3 (Intermediate) play Thursday Nights. Game times: 7:05, 8:05; and 9:05 pm. Registration Periods: Returning teams: 5/19 - 5/23, and New Teams: 5/21 - 5/23. Roster and payment due at registration. Level

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

2

T

6:05-10:05 pm

6/3-8/19

$788/team

40103.11

3

Th

6:05-10:05 pm

6/5-8/21

$788/team

40104.11

4

T

6:05-10:05 pm

6/3-8/19

$788/team

40105.11

5

M

6:05-10:05 pm

6/2-8/18

$788/team

BASKETBALL LEAGUE: MEN (18+ YRS)

Intermediate level men’s league held Wednesday nights. Game times: 7:05, 8:05, and 9:05 pm. Held in the Main Gym. Registration Periods: Returning teams: 5/19 - 5/23. New Teams: 5/21 - 5/23. Roster and payment due at registration.

ADULT

Activity #

40102.11

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

40109.11

W

6:05-10:05 pm

6/4-8/20

$788/team

JUDO/JU JITSU/SUBMISSION GRAPPLING (18+ YRS)

Get fit with the power and discipline of Ju Jitsu. Learn to use body mechanics, leverage and knowledge of human anatomy and psychology to nullify an attacker’s ability to fight. Transform your body through a grueling workout incorporating kicks, strikes, joint-locks, throws, pins and ground defense. If students wish to participate in belt testing, there is an additional fee payable to the instructor. Tournament competition opportunities will be available outside of class. Class instructed by Hans Ingebretsen, who holds a seventh degree black belt. Instructed by Hans Ingebretsen. Class held in M-50. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

43110.11

T/Th

7:30-9:00 pm

6/24-7/17

$89/$96

43110.12

T/Th

7:30-9:00 pm

8/5-8/28

$89/$96

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ADULT SPORTS All tennis classes are held at the Campbell Community Center Tennis Courts. Chuck Sanfilippo, a certified U.S.P.T.A. instructor, teaches all classes. Lessons are designed to develop skills, sportsmanship, and a healthy competitive attitude that will last a lifetime. Beginning through Intermediate level instruction is offered in small group lessons (maximum of 4 students per class). Students need to bring their own tennis racket and bottled water. All classes are co-ed unless noted otherwise.

TENNIS: BEGINNING (18+ YRS)

These classes are for those who have little or no tennis experience. These classes offer an introduction to the game of tennis, covering the basic strokes such as the forehand, backhand, and the serve. The focus of these lessons will be on developing consistency. Students can re-take lessons at the Beginning level until confortable to advance. Register today, as these lessons are VERY popular! Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

42117.11

Sa

10:00-11:00 am

6/7-6/21

$41/$46

42117.12

Sa

10:00-11:00 am

7/12-7/26

$41/$46

42117.13

Sa

10:00-11:00 am

8/2-8/16

$41/$46

42111.11

M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

6/23-7/9

$82/$89

42111.12

M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

7/14-7/30

$82/$89

42111.13

M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

8/4-8/13

$55/$62

TENNIS: INTERMEDIATE (18+ YRS)

These classes are for players who are consistent with shots and serves. There will be an emphasis on drills to improve your singles and doubles strategies. The last part of each class will be game play. Register today, as these lessons are VERY popular! Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

42137.11

Sa

8:00-9:00 am

6/7-6/21

$41/$46

42137.12

Sa

8:00-9:00 am

7/12-7/26

$41/$46

42137.13

Sa

8:00-9:00 am

8/2-8/16

$41/$46

42131.11

M/W

7:00-8:00 pm

6/2-6/18

$82/$89

42131.12

M/W

7:00-8:00 pm

6/23-7/9

$82/$89

42131.13

M/W

7:00-8:00 pm

7/14-7/30

$82/$89

42131.14

M/W

7:00-8:00 pm

8/4-8/13

$55/$62

42133.11

T/Th

7:00-8:00 pm

6/3-6/19

$82/$89

42133.12

T/Th

7:00-8:00 pm

6/24-7/10

$82/$89

42133.13

T/Th

7:00-8:00 pm

7/15-7/31

$82/$89

42133.14

T/Th

7:00-8:00 pm

8/5-8/14

$55/$62

PRIVATE TENNIS LESSONS

ADULT

Chuck Sanfilippo also teaches private tennis lessons for the Campbell Recreation Department as his schedule allows. The cost is $29 per half-hour. Please call the Recreation Office at (408) 866-2104 to leave your contact information and Chuck will contact you to schedule your private lessons!

TENNIS: ADVANCED BEGINNING (18+ YRS)

These classes are for players who have a general knowledge of the game and have the ability to maintain a rally for 5 strokes. Advanced Beginning lessons will be focused on the serve and volley, speciality shots, strategy and fine-tuning strokes. Students can re-take lessons at the Advanced Beginner level until comfortable to advance. Register today, as these lessons are VERY popular!

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Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

42127.11

Sa

9:00-10:00 am

6/7-6/21

$41/$46

42127.12

Sa

9:00-10:00 am

7/12-7/26

$41/$46

42127.13

Sa

9:00-10:00 am

8/2-8/16

$41/$46

42121.11

M/W

6:00-7:00 pm

6/2-6/18

$82/$89

42122.11

T/Th

6:00-7:00 pm

6/3-6/19

$82/$89

42122.12

T/Th

6:00-7:00 pm

6/24-7/10

$82/$89

42122.13

T/Th

6:00-7:00 pm

7/15-7/31

$82/$89

42122.14

T/Th

6:00-7:00 pm

8/5-8/14

$55/$62

Tennis courts at the Campbell Communtiy Center located near the Latimer Ave. entrance are free to use and are lit until 10:00 pm. When using the courts, please follow the posted rules and be sure to set your court time on the clocks (please no resetting of clocks). ½ hour time limit - 1 person practice ½ hour time limit - Ball machine users 1 hour time limit - Singles 1½ hour time limit - Doubles or Round Robin Play COURTS A & B RESERVED FOR RECREATION TENNIS May be used as first come, first serve when lessons are not scheduled COURTS C & D Open on a first come, first serve basis Players must leave the courts when maintenance staff is washing or performing repairs. Thank you.

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ADULT DANCE LINE DANCE (18+ YRS)

Line Dancing is a whole lot of fun and great exercise for the mind and body! No partner is needed. Students will dance to different types of music, not just country. Advanced classes can be fast paced and are for those who already have knowledge of some basic line dance steps. Students should wear hard-soled shoes and bring a water bottle to class. Instructed by Mandi Muscolo and held in N-76. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NRFee

Beginning 51701.11

M

6:00-7:30 pm

6/16-8/4*

$78/$85

M

7:30-9:00 pm

6/16-8/4*

$78/$85

Advanced 51702.11 *No class 7/7

ADULT

BALLROOM DANCE (18+ YRS)

Learn the most popular ballroom dances as seen on TV, including Swing, Rumba, Cha Cha, Tango and Night Club Two-Step. The instructor may add other dances based on student interest. Have fun and burn calories as you learn dance patterns, body rhythm and coordination. No prior experience necessary. New dances are introduced each class. No partner necessary. Preregistration is required. Dance instructor Philip Pettinger is a professional dance instructor with years of experience with all levels of dancers. Class held in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

51730.11

Th

8:00-9:00 pm

6/5-7/3

$52/$59

51730.12

Th

8:00-9:00 pm

7/10-8/7

$52/$59

TAP DANCE (18+ YRS)

Tap classes are fun and provide an opportunity to get exercise while meeting new friends. Students are responsible for providing their own tap shoes. Students are responsible for providing their own tap shoes and should bring a bottle of water to each class. Instructed by Peggy Page and held in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

51711.11

W

6:15-7:15 pm

6/18-7/23

$57/$64

51711.12

W

6:15-7:15 pm

7/30-8/27

$48/$53

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ADULT MUSIC

ADULT

GUITAR LESSONS: LEVEL 1 (16+ YRS)

This course is for the absolute adult beginning guitarist. Students will be introduced to the basics of guitar playing and music fundamentals by learning fun pop and classic rock songs. Students will need to have their own acoustic guitar. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Instructed by Chris Shahin, SJG School of Music. Class held in M-49, pre-school room. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

53912.11

Th

6:00-6:50 pm

6/26-8/21*

$131/$141

*No class 7/3, 7/31

Students learn the basics of piano playing: notes, chords and theory. By the end of this fun, low-pressure class, students will be able to play basic songs. Keyboards will be provided in class, however, students will need a keyboard at home for practice. Recommended resources for purchasing or renting a keyboard will be provided prior to the first class. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Instructed by Joey Trombly, SJG School of Music. Class held in E-42. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

53922.11

Th

6:00-6:50 pm

6/26-8/21*

$131/$141

*No class 7/3, 7/31

GUITAR LESSONS: LEVEL 2 (10+ YRS)

This class continues techniques and styles of guitar playing and is geared towards players that can navigate basic G, D and C chords. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Instructed by Chris Shahin of SJG School of Music. Class held in M-49, pre-school room. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

53913.11

Th

8:00-8:50 pm

6/26-8/21*

10+

$131/$141

*No class 7/3, 7/31

All music classes are instructed by staff of the SJG School of Music located at the Campbell Community Center www.sjgschoolofmusic.com

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PIANO-KEYBOARD LESSONS: LEVEL 1 (16+ YRS)

PIANO-KEYBOARD LESSONS: LEVEL 2 (9+ YRS)

This course is a follow-up class where students will continue mastering the basics of playing music on the piano/keyboard. Topics include: sight reading, ear training, playing chord accompaniment parts to pop and rock songs, as well as playing pieces from classic piano repertoire. Keyboards will be provided for student to us in class. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Instructed by Joey Trombly, SJG School of Music. Class is held in E-42. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

53923.11

Th

8:00-8:50 pm

6/26-8/21*

9+

$131/$141

*No class 7/3, 7/31

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation


7th Annual

Oktoberfest 10K & 5K Fun Run/Walk

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Oktoberfest Fun Run/Wal k 10K & 5K

Online registration and forms available in July at www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation

OCT

9:00 AM 10K/9:15 AM 5K $32 Adults/$16 Under 20

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2014

AT CAMPBELL PARK Campbell Ave & Gilman Ave

Start your Oktoberfest weekend off on the right foot at Campbell’s 7th Annual Oktoberfest 10K & 5K Fun/Walk Run. Due to popular demand, we’ve added a 10K division! Runners will enjoy the flat course and fall foliage on the popular Los Gatos Creek Trail adjacent to historical Downtown Campbell. This family-friendly event is perfect for both runners and walkers. Register by October 3 to receive a race t-shirt.

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ADULT ART PAINTING (16+ YRS)

Whether you’re new to painting or have years of experience, students will have fun learning techniques that involve painting with different mediums such as oil, acrylic, pastels, glass painting, and more! The activity fee includes all supplies and students should bring a paint shirt. Class is instructed by An. Sudyka in E-46 at the Campbell Community Center.

The art classes on below are held at The Art Beat - 68 E. Campbell Avenue the corner of Campbell Avenue and 4th Street www.theartbeat.net • (408) 370-5002

BEGINNING POTTER’S WHEEL (16+ YRS)

Get ready to have a blast! Feel the clay through your fingers as it spins on the wheel. Students will first focus on wedging the clay, centering, pulling basic forms, trimming and glazing. Additional materials fee of $25 per bag of clay to be paid to instructor depending on each student’s usage. Class is held at The Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave, 95008,

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50952.11

M

6:30-8:30 pm

6/23-8/18*1

16+

$320

6:30-8:30 pm

6/24-8/19*2

16+

$320

50953.11

T

Activity #

Day

Ages

R/NR Fee

50010.11

M

7:00-8:30 pm 6/16-7/21*

Time

Dates

16+

$68/$75

50010.12

M

7:00-8:30 pm

16+

$68/$75

7/28-8/25

*No class 7/7

No class * 6/30; * 7/1 1

2

ADULT

MOSAIC GARDEN GAZING BALL (16+ YRS)

This is a chance to design a beautiful and one of a kind garden piece. Your base will be a bowling ball and you will use a variety of mosaic materials. You will also learn to cut glass and tile, break plates, grout and seal your project in this 5 week workshop. A $30 materials fee is due at the first class. Class is held at The Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave, 95008. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50941.11

W

6:30-8:30 pm

7/30-8/27

16+

$150

DRAWING & PAINTING (16+ YRS)

This class is based on your skill level – beginners to advanced welcome. Basic drawing and sketching techniques are covered as well as project and media selection. When you select your project, the instructor will help you step by step, to produce a finished piece you can be proud of! Come unwind and relax in our cheerful studio and get your ART on! A $40 materials fee is due at the first class. Class is held at The Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave, 95008. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50922.11

Th

7:00-9:00 pm

6/26-8/21*

16+

$190

*No class 7/3

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DRAWING WITH MR. GREEN (14+ YRS)

This drawing class teaches students how to use different drawing approaches such as contour, mass, and gesture. Drawing techniques covered will include: negative space, point to point, and triangulation to name a few. Return students are welcome! Fee includes basic supplies students will take home. Students need to purchase a sketchpad to practice on their own. Instructed by James Green. Class is held in E-46 at the Campbell Community Center. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

50003.11

W

6:00-8:00 pm

6/18-7/23

14+

$81/$88

50003.12

W

6:00-8:00 pm

7/30-8/27

14+

$68/$75

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation


ADULT SPECIAL INTEREST

BALANCED FOODS FOR BALANCED MOODS (18+ YRS)

Learn how to eat balanced to keep your moods balanced, suppress cravings, and keep you energized. Concentration will be on how our gut health can help our brain health. Instructed by Marcia Sivek and held in C-35. Activity #

Day

Time

Date

R/NR Fee

54310.11

T

6:00-7:30 pm

6/24

$20/$25

Italian Cooking Classes

ADULT

Take your senses on a journey to Italy! Learn new and authentic recipes from the instructor, Maria Luisa Manca (native of Italy and pictred above in her personal kitchen). Classes are hands-on and students need to pull hair back, bring an apron and $15 food fee is payable to the instructor at the class. Students will receive recipes to take home (and be able to sample all recipes made in class).

SUMMER PARTY (18+ YRS)

Summer is the perfect time to plan a party outside. Plenty of friends, fun and food, the best summer meal. Menu: pizzette with gorgonzola, tomato and basil; paccheri with tuna sauce and fresh mint; sausage, peppers and onion potato salad with capers; watermelon and cantaloupe salad with mint vinaigrette. A $15 food and material fee is payable to the instructor at class. Class held in E-46. Activity #

Day

Time

Date

R/NR Fee

54300.11

Th

6:00-8:00 pm

6/26

$39/$44

AL FRESCO DINING (18+ YRS)

No one enjoys outdoor dining quite as much as the Italians! Menu: bruschetta Roma style; orzo with sausage, peppers and tomatoes; vitello tonnato; eggplant parmigiana; mocha semifreddo. A $15 food and material fee is payable to the instructor at class. Class held in E-46. Activity #

Day

Time

Date

R/NR Fee

54300.12

Th

6:00-8:00 pm

8/14

$39/$44

FRUIT TREE CARE (18+ YRS)

It’s no wonder Campbell was once known for its acres of fruit orchards—our mild Mediterranean climate allows us to grow a dazzling variety of tree fruit! This course stresses how sustainable gardening practices such as efficient watering methods, integrated pest management and use of organic fertilizers and soil amendments apply to establishing and growing pome fruits (including apples and pears) and stone fruits (including apricots, cherries, peaches, nectarines, plums, and pluots). The instructors are University of California Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners. For gardening questions, call the Master Gardener Hotline: (408) 282-3105 (M-F 9:30 am - 12:30 pm) or visit mastergardeners.org. Class held in Q-84. Activity #

Day

Time

Date

R/NR Fee

54220.11

T

7:00-9:00 pm

7/15-7/29

$35/$40

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation

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ADULT SPECIAL INTEREST HEARTSAVER CPR/AED (13+ YRS)

ADULT

In this Heartsaver CPR/AED skills-based class, you will be trained in the new “Science of CPR” and “Relief of Foreign Body Airway Obstruction”. Students will demonstrate the proper technique and sequence of CPR. Instruction and hands on training, using an AED, will be included for adults and children over 1 year of age, after which you will receive a two-year certification card. Fee includes a key chain pocket mask/barrier. This class does not include a BLS Healthcare Provider card. Instructed by Santa Clara County Fire Department Staff. Class is held at Sunnyoaks Fire Station, McCormack Training Center Classroom (rear), 485 West Sunnyoaks Ave., in Campbell. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

52200.11

Th

6:00-10:00 pm

6/12

13+

$55/$62

52200.12

Th

6:00-10:00 pm

7/10

13+

$55/$62

52200.13

Th

6:00-10:00 pm

8/14

13+

$55/$62

WEST VALLEY COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM

West Valley Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Academy is a 21-hour training course. Registration Fee $35/per person. Take the next critical step in your community disaster resiliency. The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Academy educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area and trains them in basic disaster response skills, such as fire safety, light search and rescue, disaster medical operations and team organization. Using the training learned in the classroom and during exercises, CERT members can assist others in their neighborhood or workplace following an event when professional responders are not immediately available to help. Registration/Questions: Please email info@sccfd.net or call (408) 341-4410; A fee of $35 is payable to SCCFD. This course is primarily intended for individuals that live within the communities of Cupertino, Campbell, Saratoga, Los Gatos and Monte Sereno. •

July 29 - August 7 (Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday) 6:00 - 9:00 pm, and August 9* (Saturday morning) 10:00 am - 1:00 pm, Classes held at Cupertino City Hall, 10300 Torre Avenue, Cupertino, CA 95014* ALL SEVEN SESSIONS REQUIRED

*Last class held off-site

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WEST VALLEY PERSONAL EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS (PEP) This free, 3-hour workshop will teach you how to prepare to be on your own for several days after the next large disaster. You’ll learn tips for creating a disaster supply kit for your home and your workplace, how to treat life threatening conditions, steps to take to prevent fires, proper ways to examine fie extinguishers and hazardous materials, and more. To register, email your full name, phone number, and residential or work address in West Valley to info@sccfd.net, or call (408) 341-4410 to reserve your space in a class. Location

Day

Date

Time

Campbell

T

6/24

6:00-9:00 pm

Cupertino

M

7/28

6:00-9:00 pm

Saratoga

M

8/4

6:00-9:00 pm

Campbell: Campbell Community Center, Rm E-42, 1 W. Campbell Ave, Campbell, 95008 Cupertino: City Hall, 10300 Torre Avenue, Cupertino, 95014 Saratoga: Joan Pisani Community Center, Arts & Crafts Rm, 19655 Allendale Ave, Saratoga, 95070

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation


ADULT SPECIAL INTEREST Computer Classes

Lynn Pesonen has been teaching in the Bay Area since 1996 helping thousands to learn valuable computer skills to be used at work and/or at home by offering quality training in a friendly, relaxed and professional environment while understanding the importance of clear, accurate and patient instruction. All computer classes are held at the Campbell Community Center in H-74 (Winchester parking lot side). Students may bring their own laptop, however, computers provided. Students will receive a take-home class manual

HANDS-ON COMPUTER CLASS

HANDS-ON MICROSOFT EXCEL - NEXT STEP

Microsoft Excel and Word

If you don’t know them, you need to. Even if you think you do, you probably need to re-familiarize yourself with the basics of Word and Excel as we move to Cloud based computing. This class will help you stay current and help you apply your new knowledge immediately. A $30 material fee is due at the first class. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

52901.11

Th

6:30-8:30 pm

6/12-6/26

$105/$115

HANDS-ON MICROSOFT POWERPOINT

Impress your audience! Design, enhance and conduct dynamic presentations as a powerful means of communication. You’ll learn how to work with design formats, bulleted lists, pictures, objects and apply animation effects to enhance the visual appeal of your presentations. A $20 material fee is due at the class. Activity #

Day

Time

Date

R/NR Fee

52906.11

Th

6:30-8:30 pm

7/17

$42/$47

You may know how to work with Excel, but do you know how to make it work for you? Learn the tricks you need to keep up in today’s fast computer-based world and cut your work time in half! Auto-fill data, create and use formulas and format print ready spreadsheets and charts. A $20 material fee is due at the class. Activity #

Day

Time

Date

R/NR Fee

52904.11

Th

6:30-8:30 pm

7/10

$42/$47

HANDS-ON WITH PHOTOS & SHUTTERFLY®

Picture the possibilities of what you could do with your photos if you learn how to capture them from your device, organize them into folders and how to upload them onto Shutterfly.com to use their free unlimited online storage. With Shutterfly you can easily enhance and share your photos, plus create your own photo books, greeting cards, calendars and more. A $20 material fee is due at the class. Activity #

Day

Time

Date

R/NR Fee

52905.11

Th

6:30-8:30 pm

7/24

$42/$47

MONTH

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation

ADULT

JULY IS

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ADULTS 50+ The City of Campbell, through the Recreation and Community Services Department, offers a variety of services and programs including fitness, wellness, educational, and cultural programs for those 50 years of age and older.

THE CAMPBELL ADULT CENTER for 50 & Better! 1 W. Campbell Avenue, Room C-33 Campbell, CA 95008 Phone: (408) 866-2146 TTY: (408) 871-5104 Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

ADDITIONAL CLASSES

In addition to the classes listed, the Campbell Adult Center also offers the following classes: ESL, Mac computers, and Driver Safety Program. For more details, contact the Campbell Adult Center at (408) 866-2146 or visit us at www.cityofcampbell.com/ AdultCenter.

MEMBERSHIP

Membership is REQUIRED for all persons participating in the Campbell Adult Center programs, such as classes, trips, recreation activities, special events, group activities, etc. There is NO membership required to participate in the lunch program and many services offered.

NEWSLETTER SUBSCRIPTION

A subscription for the Adult Center newsletter (Courier) mailed bimonthly is available. This newsletter contains detailed information on all Adult Center programs and services. Information is available online at www.cityofcampbell.com/AdultCenter.

CAMPBELL CAFE LUNCH PROGRAM Monday through Friday

1 W. Campbell Avenue, Room M-50 Campbell, CA. 95008 Phone: (408) 866-2764 Hours: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm The Lunch Program offers daily nutritious meals for a suggested contribution of $3.00 (guests under age 60 are $6.00). Advance meal reservations are required. Blood pressure checks and bingo are offered. Transportation can be provided by calling the program for details.

HOME DELIVERED MEALS

Two different programs are available:

Meals on Wheels Program provides homebound adults (60+) with frozen meals and periodic home visits. For information, please call (408) 296-8290. The Health Trust Meals on Wheels Program

ADULT 50+

provides a hot delivered meal Monday through Friday for those who need help or who cannot microwave their food. For information, please call (408) 961-9870

Look at all we have to offer! GROUP ACTIVITIES SERVICES Computer Club Busy Hands/Caring Hearts Heritage Seekers (Genealogy) Skylark Singers Flower Arranging Group Photography Club

RECREATION ACTIVITIES Special Events Intermediate Bridge Newcomer’s Orientation Mahjong

Movies Game Room Bingo Canasta/Cribbage

EDUCATIONAL/WELLNESS PROGRAMS Fitness Passes

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To inquire about services or to make an appointment, please call (408) 866-2146. BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKS, HOUSING REFERRAL CASE MANAGER: Provides in-home, social service assistance, to Campbell’s frail, low-income, at-risk elderly FITNESS PASS: $40/10 days; $70/20 days; $45/monthly HEALTH INSURANCE COUNSELING (HICAP) INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE LONG TERM CARE COUNSELING MAIL WATCH PROGRAM, NOTARY PUBLIC PHARMACIST HOTLINE, VIAL OF LIFE SENIOR ADULT LEGAL ASSISTANCE

Workshops/Seminars

Adult Center for 50 & Better (408) 866-2146


ADULTS 50+ ADULT CENTER TRIPS

Listed below is a brief description of upcoming trips for those 50+. For more details, additional trips, and registration information, please contact the Adult Center Office at (408) 866-2146.

SANTA CRUZ FOLLIES

WED. SEPT 10, 2014 9:30 am – 5:30 pm $75 The Santa Cruz Follies is a performance that will razzle dazzle you with delightful singing, high step dancing and a few dashes of humor all to familiar music we know and love, from Garland to Streisand and Joslen to Bocelli. Enjoy brunch before the performance at the Crepe Place in Santa Cruz. End the day with a tasty treat at Gayle’s Bakery in Capitola. Level 1: Minimum Activity

OVERNIGHT TRIP DRAFT HORSE CLASSIC SEPT 19-21, 2014 3 days, 2 nights Price per person: $549 double; $729 single

DAY TRIPS FRUITS & FLAVORS

SAT. JUNE 28, 2014 8:45 am – 4:30 pm $88 Start off the day with a visit to Andy’s Orchards in Gilroy. We will get to experience the inner workings of this orchard plus sample some of the delicious fruits. There will also be time to make a purchase. Next enjoy a hosted buffet luncheon at Mama Mia. Before heading home we will stop at Garlic World for a tasting of gourmet products. Level 2: Moderate Activity

HIDDEN GARDENS OF GOLDEN GATE PARK

COMPUTER CHIPS & CRIME TIPS

FRI. AUG 8, 2014 9:45 am – 4:30 pm $64 The Intel Museum in Santa Clara, is 10,000 sq. feet of interactive learning. Go behind the scenes in the high-tech world of California’s famed Silicon Valley. See what it’s like inside an ultraclean, highly automated silicon chip factory. Enjoy a hosted lunch at David’s. Get an insider’s look at the Santa Clara Country Crime Lab and learn about forensics of modern day! How do they recover evidence, interpret results, evaluate and analyze crime scenes? Level 2: Moderate Activity

EXTENDED TRIPS

The Campbell Adult Center partners with Talbot Tours to offer extended trips to the following destinations:

CALGARY STAMPEDE

JULY11-15, 2014 5 days, 4 nights Price per person: $2,630 double; $3,155 single Tour highlights: Reserved superior seating at the Calgary Stampede, visit to Banff National Park; lunch and tour of the Banff Springs Hotel; gondola ride to summit of Sulphur Mountain in Banff; 4 nights of first class accommodations; 6 meals, plus much more.

AMERICAN EMPRESS STEAMBOAT

ADULT 50+

TUES. JULY 8, 2014 9:45 am – 5:15 pm $85 Thought you knew everything about Golden Gate Park? Gary Holloway will set you straight on this tour of all the cool things that are under the radar, such as Queen Wilhelmina’s Windmill, Shakespeare Garden, Buffalo Paddock, Aids Memorial Grove and the Victorian Conservatory of Flowers. Discover the ruins of a long forgotten astronomical observatory destroyed in the 1906 earthquake or the remains of a medieval monastery and all the secrets of this grand urban park. Enjoy lunch before the park tour at the Beach Chalet. Level 2: Moderate Activity

Trip Highlights: • 2 night lodging at Best Western, Grass Valley with full breakfasts • Entrance into the Draft Horse Classic to view events • Tour and tasting at Pilot Peak Vineyards • Tour of Northstar Mining Powerhouse and Pelton Wheel Museum • Includes 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, and 1 dinner • Deluxe motorcoach transpotation, baggage handling and all taxes and gratuities

SEPT 13-21, 2014 9 days, 8 nights Price range per person: $6,100 double; $4,570 single Tour highlights: Discover the Pacific Northwest with a cruise of the Columbia and Snake river. Visit Spokane, Clarkston, Sacajawea State Park, The Dalles, Stevenson, Astoria and Portland. Price includes home pick up, round trip air and more.

NEW YEAR’S AT THE BROADMOOR

DEC 29, 2014 - JAN 2, 2015 5 days, 4 nights Price per person: $1,995 double; $2,450 single Tour highlights: Deluxe accommodations at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Hosted Lunch on thE Royal Gorge Train, Colorado Springs City Tour with Gardens of the Gods and Air Force Academy, New Year’s Eve gala dinner and dancing, plus much more.

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ADULTS 50+ REGISTRATION FOR ADULT CENTER CLASSES (50+) is taken ONLY through The Adult Center Office. Online and mail-in Priority Registration will be taken in May. For more details, call (408) 866-2146 or visit online at www.cityofcampbell.com/AdultCenter.

AQUA AEROBICS Shape up in a water exercise class or by lap swimming. Instructed by Marlene Suits (M/W). Intermediate: Enjoy a more vigorous workout. Instructed by Deb Hedge (T/Th). Time

Dates

Fee

M/W

Days

1:10-2:10 pm

6/16-7/23

$49

M/W

1:10-2:10 pm

7/28-8/27*

$41

Int. - T/Th

1:10-2:10 pm

6/17-7/24

$49

Int. - T/Th

1:10-2:10 pm

7/29-8/28*

$41

*Class time changes to 1:45-2:45 starting on 8/18

BODY CONDITIONING

Tone to music with gentle aerobics and strengthening. Instructed by Melissa Gambino in Q-80. Days

Time

Dates

Fee

T/Th

1:15-2:15 pm

6/17-7/24

$38

CORE STRENGTHENING

ADULT 50+

Strengthening and stretching exercises to tone the whole body with emphasis on the core muscle group using exercise bands, hand weights and resistance bands. Bring a mat. Instructed by Mary Kearns in Q-80. Please see page 41 for evening session. Days

Time

Dates

Fee

T/Th

8:00-8:45 am

6/17-7/24

$40

T/Th

8:00-8:45 am

7/29-8/28

$33

T/Th

3:30-4:30 pm

6/17-7/24

$53

T/Th

3:30-4:30 pm

7/29-8/28

$45

EASY RIDER

Work at your own pace to build endurance and cardio strength on a stationary bike in a non-competitive setting. Learn correct posture, bike set up and how to monitor your exertion level. Bring a towel and water. Instructed by Deb Hedge in the Spinning/ Cardio Room. Days

Time

Dates

Fee

T/Th

10:30-11:15 am

6/17-7/24

$37

T/Th

10:30-11:15 am

7/29-8/28

$32

EXERCISE

Stretching, toning and balance workout. Bring a mat. Instructed by Melissa Gambino in Q-80. Days

Time

Dates

Fee

T/Th

9:00-10:00 am

6/17-7/24

$32

T/Th

9:00-10:00 am

7/29-8/28

$27

FELDENKRAIS

Gentle movement sequences and visualization to improve the use of the muscular-skeletal system. Bring a mat. Instructed by Tom Rankin in Q-80. Day

Time

Dates

Fee

Th

10:45-11:45 am

6/26-7/17

$17

Th

10:45-11:45 am

7/31-8/28*

$17

*No class 8/21

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ADULTS 50+ PILATES

Develop physical stability and strength. Improve posture, balance and toning. Suited for those with back problems. Bring a mat. Instructed by Homa Mojgani. Class held in L-58. Days

Time

Dates

Fee

M/W

10:15-11:15 am

6/16-7/23*

$53

M/W

10:15-11:15 am

7/28-8/27

$53

*No class 6/30, 7/2

PILATES PLUS

Strengthen the deep abdominal muscles for better balance, ease of movement and a healthy back. PLUS, Learn how to safely stretch and release areas of excess tension. Class is designed to accommodate beginners and challenge those with more experience. Instructed by Melissa Gambino in N-76. Days

Time

Dates

Fee

T/Th

9:00-10:00 am

6/17-7/17

$53

T/Th

9:00-10:00 am

7/29-8/28

$53

TAI CHI CHUAN Learn 24 gentle movements that promote strength, flexibility,

balance, and increased oxygen. Intermedate class is geared toward continuing students. Instructed by Tatiana Perfilov. Monday class held in L-58, Wednesday classes held in C-35. Day

Time

Dates

Fee

M

11:20-12:20 pm

6/23-7/21

$20

M

11:20-12:20 pm

7/28-8/25

$20

W

11:15-12:15 pm

6/25-7/23

$20

W

11:15-12:15 pm

7/30-8/27

$20

Beginning

STRENGTH TRAINING

Please see page 41 for evening session.

Intermediate

Days

Time

Dates

Fee

W

10:00-11:00 am

6/25-7/23

$20

M/W

8:05-9:05 am

6/16-7/23

$49

W

10:00-11:00 am

7/30-8/27

$20

M/W

8:05-9:05 am

7/28-8/27

$41

M/W

9:10-10:10 am

6/16-7/23

$49

M/W

9:10-10:10 am

7/28-8/27

$41

M/W

10:15-11:15 am

6/16-7/23

$49

M/W

10:15-11:15 am

7/28-8/27

$41

T/Th

9:10-10:10 am

6/17-7/24

$49

T/Th

9:10-10:10 am

7/29-8/28

$41

Days

Time

Dates

Fee

T/Th

10:15-11:15 am

6/17-7/24

$49

M/W

9:00-10:00 am

6/16-7/23

$47

M/W

9:00-10:00 am

7/28-8/27

$40

Please see page 44 for Yoga/Young at Heart 50+ class

ZUMBA GOLD

Enjoy a fun workout that features easy dance/exercise moves to Latin and international music. Join the party, this is a great way to be fit! Instructed by Lilian Zeljko in the Main Gym.

T/Th

10:15-11:15 am

7/29-8/28

$41

T/Th

2:15-3:15 pm

6/17-7/24

$49

F

9:00-10:00 am

6/20-7/25*

$25

$41

F

9:00-10:00 am

8/1-8/29

$25

T/Th

2:15-3:15 pm

7/29-8/28

ADULT 50+

Learn the proper techniques for strength training to shape muscles and increase bone density. Instructed by Katherine Lanning M/W; Mary Kearns T/Th. Class held in Weight Room.

*No class 7/4

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ADULTS 50+ REGISTRATION FOR ADULT CENTER CLASSES (50+) is taken ONLY through The Adult Center Office. Online and mail-in Priority Registration will be taken in May. For more details, call (408) 866-2146 or visit online at www.cityofcampbell.com/AdultCenter.

SOCIAL DANCE

Learn all the ballroom and latin dances in a fun, no stress environment. Dance included will be: Foxtrot, Waltz, Tango, Rumba, Cha Cha, Swing, 2 Step and the Hustle. No prior dance experience needed! Instructed by Hans Schmidt at the Dance Boulevard, 1824 Hillsdale Ave., San Jose.

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

Th

11:00-12:30 pm

6/19-7/24

$32

Th

11:00-12:30 pm

7/31-8/28

$27

POETRY SAMPLER

Whether you’re intrigued, intimidated, or delighted by poems, this class provides a safe environment in which to increase your appreciation of poetry and to practice your own craft. In each class, students will read and discuss a particular poetic form or technique before beginning an original poem of their own. Class time will be set aside for students to hear one another’s work and offer supportive feedback. Students should bring paper and a pen. Instructed by Erin Redfern in E-42. Day

Time

Date

Fee

M

1:00-2:00 pm

6/16-7/14

$20

M

1:00-2:00 pm

7/28-8/25

$20

LINE DANCE

A progression of Line Dance classes offered. Increase your stamina with these fun dances that don’t require a partner. Instructed by Mandi Muscolo. Class held in M-47.

ADULT 50+

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

10:45-12:15 pm

6/19-8/7*

$44

9:00-10:30 am

6/19-8/7*

$44

Beginning Th Intermediate Th *No class 7/3

Have you always wanted to learn Espanol? Learn Spanish by a variety of fun methods. Advanced Beginning & Intermediate geared for continuing students. Instructed by Medardo Molina in E-46. Day

Time

Dates

Fee

T

3:00-4:00 pm

6/17-7/22

$29

T

3:00-4:00 pm

7/29-8/26

$24

Introduction

TAP DANCE: BEGINNING

Advanced Beginning

Tap Dance is alot fun plus it is great exercise. Learn the basic steps that will be turned into a simple routine. Participants are responsible for providing their own tap shoes. Bring a water bottle to class. Instructed by Peggy Page in M-47, dance studio.

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FUN WITH SPANISH

T

1:45-2:45 pm

6/17-7/22

$29

T

1:45-2:45 pm

7/29-8/26

$24

Intermediate

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

T

12:30-1:30 pm

6/17-7/22

$29

M

1:30-2:30 pm

6/16-7/21

$32

T

12:30-1:30 pm

7/29-8/26

$24

M

1:30-2:30 pm

7/28-8/25

$26

Adult Center for 50 & Better (408) 866-2146


ADULTS 50+ SKETCHING & DRAWING

Learn the basics for a variety of sketching techniques. All skill levels. Instructed by James Green. Class held in E-42. Day

Time

Dates

Fee

M

9:30-11:30 am

6/23-8/25*

$58

*No class 7/21, 8/11

OILS & ACRYLICS

Self-paced creative workshop. Learn to work with acrylic and/or oil tools and techniques. All skill levels. Instructed by Kim Navarre. Class held in E-46. Day

Time

Dates

Fee

W

9:30-11:30 am

6/18-7/23

$38

W

9:30-11:30 am

7/30-8/27

$32

WATERCOLORS Discover the beauty of painting with watercolors.

Learn various brush strokes and glazing techniques, color mixing and composition. Supply list will be discussed at first class. Instructed by Kim Navarre. Class held in C-35. Day

Dates

Fee

Th

9:30-11:30 am

6/19-7/24

$38

Th

9:30-11:30 am

7/31-8/28

$32

DRAWING: INTERMEDIATE

QUILTING

Learn to quilt while being inspired by other quilters. Beginners and experienced quilters are welcome. Patterns for class projects will be available, or choose your own projects. Basic sewing skills needed. Bring your own sewing machine and supplies to class. Instructed by Rita Bottini. Class held in E-46. Time

Dates

Fee

M

9:30-11:30 am

6/23-8/11

$44

M

12:00-2:00 pm

6/23-8/11

$44

iPAD INTERMEDIATE

This fun, stress-free class will take your existing knowledge of an iPad to a whole new level. You will learn how to use your iPad to capture pictures and videos, then edit, and create movies from your personal photos, videos, and music using iMovie. You will also learn how to share your photos and videos using social media sites. Finally, we will learn how to get the most from published media (books and magazines), and the best of the internet. Instructed by Brian Schwatka in Q-80. Day

Time

Date

Fee

M

9:30-11:00 am

7/28-9/22

$37

Go beyond sketching by further exploring value, line, form and perspective. Draw realistic landscapes, still lifes, nature’s details and portraits in a comfortable and supportive environment. Class geared for students with prior drawing experience. Class held in E-46. Day

Time

Dates

Fee

T

9:30-11:30 am

6/17-7/22

$38

T

9:30-11:30 am

7/29-8/26

$32

ADULT 50+

Day

Time

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CAMPBELL COMMUNITY CENTER

CAMPBELL COMMUNITY CENTER PARKING

The Campbell Community Center has 782 parking stalls. Additional free parking is available in the Downtown area: THE SECOND STREET PARKING GARAGE - located between Second & Third Streets at the corner of Civic Center Drive. This garage is accessible from both Second and Third Streets and has 300 parking stalls. It is a short three block walk to the Community Center from this garage. THE FIRST STREET PARKING GARAGE - located off First Street south of Orchard City Drive near the Water Tower. This garage has 200 parking stalls and is a 5-block walk to the Community Center and convenient to restaurants Downtown, as well as to the Downtown Campbell Light Rail Station.

(408) 866-2104 for Recreation Program Information (408) 866-2138 for Facility Rental Information

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Campbell Community Center (408) 866-2138


CAMPBELL COMMUNITY CENTER PLAN YOUR NEXT EVENT AT THE CAMPBELL COMMUNITY CENTER! Centrally located in the Silicon Valley, the Campbell Community Center has a variety of facilities available for private parties and receptions, meetings, seminars, athletic activities, fundraisers, and other special events. To view photos of the facilities, rental fees, and the building use policy, please visit www.cityofcampbell.com/CommunityCenter. Appointments must be made in advance to view the facility. Please contact Laura at lauras@cityofcampbell.com or (408) 866-2138. SE HABLA ESPAテ前L.

ORCHARD CITY BANQUET HALL

The Orchard City Banquet Hall has a lobby, permanent stage, wet bar, audio and visual system and is Wi-Fi ready. The hall accommodates up to 300 people for banquet-style seating and 400 people for theatre-style seating, making it a perfect venue for wedding receptions, quinceaテアeras, parties, seminars and other special events. The hall can be divided into two smaller rooms for weekday rentals.

ROOSEVELT REDWOOD ROOM (Q-80)

The Roosevelt Room can accommodate 125 people banquet style or 200 people theater style, without tables. Use of tables, chairs and small kitchen are included.

MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM (M-50)

The Multi-purpose Room is air-conditioned with tile flooring, and can accommodate 100 people banquet style or 125 people theater style. A kitchen facility is attached with refrigerators, sink, counter space. The room has mirrors on two walls (drapes can cover mirrors, if desired). Restrooms are located within the building.

THE ACTIVITY ROOM (E-46)

This room accommodates up to 49 people and t has a tile floor with counters, 2 sinks and cooking facilities within the room.

MARY CAMPBELL ROOM (Q-84)

The Mary Campbell Room offers tiered seating ideal for conferences, trainings and lectures. The room seats 50 people with seminar tables or 75 without tables.

THE BOARD ROOM (E-42)

The Board Room is carpeted and air-conditioned and can accommodate 30 people, 20 people with tables. This room has a white board and sink and is suited for meetings or classroom use.

MAIN GYM

The Main Gymnasium offers spectator seating in bleachers, six basketball standards, volleyball courts, badminton courts, basketball score clock (for an additional charge), and lobby with restrooms.

AUXILIARY GYM

The Auxiliary Gym offers six basketball standards, one volleyball court, three badminton courts, a hardwood floor, and score clock (for an additional charge).

FIELD RESERVATIONS

Groups or individuals wanting to reserve field time for their group, party, or private use must obtain a Facility Use Permit through the Recreation & Community Services Department. Applicable fees will be assessed and are due at the time the reservation is made. A Certificate of Insurance will be required for all athletic uses. Fields available for reservation include the fields at John D. Morgan Park, and the Community Center. For information on gym and field rentals, please contact Misty at mistyb@cityofcampbell.com or (408) 866-2740.

Hourly rentals include the set-up and take-down of provided chairs and tables. To view photos, rental fees and complete building use policy, please visit www.cityofcampbell.com/CommunityCenter.

www.cityofcampbell.com/communitycenter

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CITY PARKS ENJOY CAMPBELL PARKS!

The City of Campbell has a number of neighborhood parks located throughout the city for the peaceful enjoyment of our residents and their families and guests. All facilities and amenities at these parks are geared for small family groups. We encourage you to become familiar with Campbell’s parks and enjoy them with your friends and family whenever possible.

CAMPBELL PARK

JOHN D. MORGAN PARK

Campbell Park facilities include two outdoor lighted basketball courts with tiered lawn seating for spectators, one small and one large fenced-in children’s play area, water play feature, swings, non-reservable picnic tables, BBQs, central lawn vista area, horseshoe pits, restrooms, and access to the Los Gatos Creek Trail and Par Course.

JDM Park is the City’s largest park and offers a variety of amenities, including: horseshoe pits, sand volleyball courts, softball and soccer fields, basketball courts, tennis courts, large open field areas and 2 children’s play areas. The park features 3 reservable picnic areas. Call (408) 866-2104 for information or to check availability. A map and pictures are available at www. cityofcampbell.com/parks

Corner of Gilman & Campbell Avenue

540 W. Rincon Avenue

Reservable Picinic Areas at John D. Morgan Park

Area

Capacity Amenities

A (near Rincon Ave)

50 max

4 Tables, 3 BBQs

B (near Budd Ave)

150 max

12 Tables, 2 large BBQs

C (middle of park)

75 max

5 Tables, 3 BBQs

EDITH MORLEY PARK

615 Campbell Technology Parkway

CAMPBELL COMMUNITY CENTER 1 W. Campbell Avenue

The facility contains: tennis courts, handball courts, athletic fields, an all weather track, outdoor fitness zone at the track (for ages 14+), restrooms, and a skate park. Night lighting keeps the tennis courts, handball courts and track open for use until 10 pm each night. All courts are available on a “first come first serve” basis except during Campbell Recreation tennis lessons. Athletic fields are available for reservation. Group picnics are not allowed at the Community Center. No BBQs are not allowed.

JACK FISCHER PARK

Corner of Abbott Avenue & Pollard Road

Jack Fischer Park features include: age-specific play equipment for both toddlers and school-age children, a water play feature, a stream that is activated on demand for sand building and a large lawn area. Restrooms and picnic tables are located on site. Jack Fischer Park is NOT reservable for groups. NOTE: Outside portable equipment (tables, BBQ’s, canopies, tents, etc.) is NOT allowed to be brought into Jack Fischer Park

GROUP PICNIC RESERVATIONS

Call (408) 866-2104 to check for picnic area availability and/or to make a reservation. Rental fees are due at time of reservation. Campbell residents (verification of residency is required) may make reservations a full 180 days in advance (approx. 6 months). Non-residents may make a reservation 10 days later than residents, thereby providing residents 10 days of priority. Reservations must be made at least 10 days in advance of requested date. Bounce houses are allowed with a picnic reservation only and only the companies who have insurance on file with the city may be used. Please visit www.cityofcampbell.com/parks for more information. PICNIC USE FEES*

Campbell Residents

Non-residents & Commercial

Picnic Area A (50 max.)

$75/day

$120/day

STOJANOVICH FAMILY PARK

Picnic Area B (150 max.)

$105/day

$185/day

Picnic Area C (75 max.)

$75/day

$120/day

Stojanovich Family Park incorporates Campbell’s agricultural history featuring toddler-age play equipment, non-reservable picnic tables, children’s interpretive panels, central lawn area, pedestrian bridge and a restroom. NO PARKING AVAILABLE, NO OUTSIDE EQUIPMENT/BBQs ALLOWED.

Edith Morley Park Picnic Area (35 max.)

$75/day

$105/day

Picnic & Turf (100 max.)

$90/day

$185/day

316 Union Avenue

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Edith Morley Park was designed to be environmental in nature. Amenities include: a Community Garden, restrooms, 8 picnic tables, an open turf area, wildflowers, and a marsh and wetland area. For information on the Community Garden, contact the Public Works Maintenance Department at (408) 866-2145. Group reservations for the picnic area at Edith Morley Park are available. Call (408) 866-2104 for information or to check availability. No BBQs available at this site.

John D. Morgan Park

* All reservations include a non-refundable $25 processing fee.

www.cityofcampbell.com/parks


CITY PARKS & GENERAL INFORMATION RECREATION YOUTH SCHOLARSHIPS TO APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP: This program is only open to children, under the age of 17, who are Campbell residents. The City of Campbell Recreation Youth Scholarship fund is a privately funded program and accepts contributions year-round. Applicant needs to provide proof of financial need and live within the city limits of Campbell. All requests and approvals for program assistance will be kept confidential. Call (408) 866-2104.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Do I have to make a reservation to use the picnic areas at the park? No, there are first-come, first-serve areas at just about every park. Reservations are only required when alcohol (beer and wine only) are going to be served, and/or you would like to have a bounce-house. Reservations are available at John D. Morgan Park and Edith Morley Park. For more information, please visit www.cityofcampbell.com/parks Can tables and chairs be brought in the park to accommodate more people for my party? Folding chairs and one or two small tables if needed to put the food on are okay. However, tables and chairs to accommodate more people in the park are not allowed. Each park was thoughtfully designed with picnic tables and benches to accommodate a reasonable amount of people for the designated area. The park, picnic areas, parking, restroom facilities, garbage receptors would be impacted. Can portable BBQs be brought into the park? No, please use only the stationary BBQs that are built into the picnic areas at John D. Morgan and Campbell Park. Are bounce houses allowed in parks in Campbell? Yes, with a picnic reservation/permit at John D. Morgan or Edith Morley parks only. Only companies with liability insurance on file with the City of Campbell may be contracted to provide the bounce house. Please note that there are no electrical outlets at the parks, and a generator will be needed. Are dogs allowed in parks in Campbell? Yes, at Campbell Park and Edith Morley Park only. Dogs must be on a leash at all times.

TO MAKE A DONATION: If you’d like to make a donation, please call the Recreation Office at (408) 866-2104. Donations of any denomination are accepted and 100% of the donation goes directly to benefit Campbell resident youth. Invest in Campbell’s youth today. If you wish to make a donation, you may do so in person, by mail, or on the registration form when you register for a program. Our mailing address is: Campbell Recreation Department, 1 W. Campbell Avenue, C-31, Campbell, CA. 95008.

LOCAL RECREATION GROUPS Contact these groups directly for more information. Campbell Girls Fastpitch Softball www.campbellsoftball.com Campbell Little League Baseball Dennis Belluomini

(408) 379-5002

www.campbelllittleleague.org Campbell Moreland Pony/Colt Baseball Gary Enriquez

(408) 313-4599

www.leaguelineup.com/cpb/ Campbell Pop Warner Youth Football & Cheer Marvin Escobar

(408) 300-3181

www.campbellpopwarner.net Quito Little League Baseball www.quitoLL.org Royals of Campbell Soccer Club www.royalssoccerclub.com South Bay Youth Soccer Norm Tavares

(408) 245-8800

www.southbayyouthsoccer.org

When does the water feature get turned on at John D. Morgan Park and Campbell Park? During the months of April through September (seasonal).

Valley Baton Twirling Club

CAMPBELL PARKS ARE NO SMOKING FACILITIES (CMC 6.11.020)

West San Jose Storm Youth Football & Cheer

Campbell fields are closed when wet, please call the hotline below to check if City of Campbell fields are playable.

FIELD CONDITIONS HOTLINE: (408) 866-2769

Paige Campbell www.valleybatonclub.com Hotline

(408) 877-1560 www.wsjstorm.com

West Valley Youth Soccer League

www.cityofcampbell.com/parks

www.wvysl.org

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REGISTRATION FORM PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY (Form may be duplicated, only same family members on each form)

PRIMARY CONTACT (ADULT) FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS CITY

ZIP

EMAIL

HOME PHONE (_____)_______________________

CELL PHONE (_____) _________________________

ACTIVITY REGISTRATION PARTICIPANT NAME First & Last

BIRTHDATE (mm/dd/yy)

GENDER (circle)

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

ACTIVITY #

ACTIVITY TITLE

TOTAL FEES $ ________

IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY AND NEED SPECIAL ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CHECK HERE

PAYMENT CREDIT CARD

FEE

OFFICE USE ONLY: Receipt #

CASH

CHECK (payable to “City of Campbell�)

(walk-in only)

______________________________________________ NAME ON CREDIT CARD (billing address for credit card must match residential address above)

____________________________________________ CREDIT CARD NUMBER (all 16-digits)

_________ /__________ EXPIRATION DATE (MM/YY)

Photo/Video Release: I agree to allow the use of my photograph and/or video for program publicity. Medical Release: Pursuant to the provisions of sections 6910 et seq of the California Family Code, and other applicable laws, I hereby authorize the City of Campbell Recreation and Community Services Department to procure and consent to, medical, hospital or dental care for myself or my child in the event of injury as a result of participation in this program. Waiver and Release of Liability: In consideration of my participation, I hereby release, discharge and covenant not to sue the City of Campbell and the Campbell Redevelopment Agency, their officers, employees and volunteers, from any and all present and future claims, demands, actions, or causes of action resulting from any accidents, injuries, deaths, or loss of and/or damage to my/our person(s) or property arising out of or connected with my/our participation in the above activity(ies) (except for claims legally caused by the sole negligence or willful misconduct of the City or others listed above). I hereby voluntarily waive any and all claims resulting from negligence, both present and future, that may be made by me, my family, estate, heirs, or assigns. Further, I am aware that this activity may involve certain risks or possible dangers, including death, and that equipment provided for my protection may be inadequate to prevent serious injury. I am voluntarily participating in this activity with knowledge of the danger involved and hereby agree to accept any and all inherent risks of property damage, personal injury, or death. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless the City of Campbell and others listed above for any and all claims arising as a result of my engaging in this activity. I understand that this waiver is intended to be as broad and inclusive as permitted by the laws of the State of California and agree that if any portion is held invalid, the remainder of the waiver will continue in full legal force and effect. I further agree that the venue for any legal proceedings shall be in California. I affirm that I am of legal age and am freely signing this document. I have read this form and fully understand that by signing this form, I am giving up legal rights and/or remedies which may be available to me against the City of Campbell or any of the parties listed above. Refunds: Refunds, less a $10.00 cancellation fee (per activity, per person) will be given to registered participants who cancel up to 5 business days in advance of the activity start date. Cancellations with less than 5 business days notice will not receive a refund.

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Date Signature (Read before signing)

Participant

Parent

Legal Guardian

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REGISTRATION INFORMATION WHEN TO REGISTER...

ALL DAY CAMP FIELD TRIPS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

CAMPBELL RESIDENTS MAY

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REGISTRATION FEES

“R/NR FEE” throughout the Activity Guide refers to Resident of Campbell / Non-Resident Fee. To receive the resident fee, residency must be proven as stated under “Resident Status”. Registration for Summer Day Camps and swim lessons is done by the week. Registration in one week does not guarantee availabilty (or a spot) in the subsequent weeks. You must register for each week you are interested in. All fees are due at the time of registration. Fees will not be prorated for missed class(es). and make-ups are not available.

Tuesday, May 13 beginning at 8:00 am

Tuesday

OPEN TO EVERYONE MAY

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REFUND AND TRANSFER POLICY

Wednesday, May 14 beginning at 8:00 am

Wednesday

[REGISTER NOW!]

EARLY BIRD SUMMER REGISTRATION HAS ALREADY BEGUN AND IS ON-GOING. THIS INCLUDES DAY CAMPS, CERTAIN SPECIALITY CAMPS, AND SWIM LESSONS.

WAYS TO REGISTER...

All cancellation or transfer written requests must be made to the Recreation Office (recreation@cityofcampbell.com) with at least 5 business days notice prior to start date of camp or activity. A $10 cancellation fee per activity per person will be deducted from the refund. Cancellations or transfers with less than 5 business days notice will NOT receive a refund or transfer. Medical emergencies are exempt from this policy; however, a signed statement from your doctor is required. A minimum number of participants is required to hold a class. When enrollment is low, the Recreation Department reserves the right to cancel a program. Full refunds are given when a class or program is cancelled by the Recreation Department.

WAITING LISTS

ONLINE 24/7

Visit www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation, there you will find an icon to “Register Online”

Waiting lists are established once a class is filled. If a vacancy occurs more than two working days prior to the start of the class, waiting list names will be called and/or emailed and given a limited time to register for the vacancy. Less than two business days before class starts, openings filled on a first come, first serve basis.

RESIDENT STATUS

WALK-IN

Campbell Recreation Office 1 W. Campbell Ave, C-31 Monday - Thursday 8:00 am - 5:30 pm Friday 8:00 am - 5:00pm

Campbell Adult Center 50+ Office 1 W. Campbell Ave, C-33 Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

AGE LEVELS

Make checks payable to “CITY OF CAMPBELL” or AmEx/Discover/Mastercard/Visa

FAX-IN (408) 374-6965

A resident is anyone living within the Campbell city limits (zip code 95008). P.O. boxes and school district are not considered residents. Those living within Campbell’s incorporated city limits, but have a zip code other than 95008, should contact the Recreation Office to verify resident status. Proof of residency may be provided by a California Driver’s License, pre-printed personal check, or residential utility bill with the owner’s name and address printed on it. If registering online, the billing address for your credit card must match your Campbell home address on file.

AmEx/Mastercard/Visa/Discover card number, 4-digit expiration date and cardholder’s name and billing address, parent/guardian or participants signature (processed as time permits)

The participant must be the indicated age by the starting date of the class. Proof of age may be required for some programs (i.e. pre-school, 50+ classes).

CAMPBELL RECREATION’S SATISFACTION GUARANTEE

The staff and the instructors of the Recreation and Community Services Department are confident that they can provide the best quality recreation experience available. If a customer is not satisfied and notifies the Recreation Office by the second class date, a refund can be issued or a transfer made to allow the customer to try something different. Adult sports leagues, trips and Heritage Theatre tickets/shows are not included. Other restrictions may apply.

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22nd Annual Summer Concert Series JOIN US THURSDAY NIGHTS FROM 6:30-8:00 PM at the Orchard City Green between City Hall and the Campbell Library Presented by

JUNE 19 COCKTAIL MONKEYS JUNE 26 CROCODILES JULY 10 THE HOUSEROCKERS JULY 17 THE GROOVE KINGS JULY 24 TINMAN JULY 31 JOINT CHIEFS AUGUST 7 SAGE AUGUST 14 LONG TRAIN RUNNIN’

Please no setup before 2:30 pm • Bring your own lawn chair • No tarps or large blankets (space is a premium, please share) • Please leave pets at home • No smoking in any City park • Free parking in the First St and Third St garages; please carpool • Beer and wine okay; hard alcohol is not allowed • Food, snacks, beer, wine, and other beverages sold by the Campbell Historical Museum and Ainsley House Foundation • No stopping anytime on Orchard City Dr. • If dropping off passengars/supplies, please use Library-Ainsley House parking lot

Summer 2014 Activity Guide  

The City of Campbell's Summer 2014 Recreation Activity Guide (activities June - August) is online and is available in hard copy at City Hall...

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