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RECREATION

Activity Guide

The City of Campbell Recreation & Community Services

WWW.CITYOFCAMPBELL.COM

Campbell Profile

& Adult Center for 50+


CAMPBELL CITY COUNCIL at time of print November 2017

Liz Gibbons, Mayor Paul Resnikoff, Vice Mayor Jeffrey Cristina Susan M. Landry Rich Waterman

TABLE OF CONTENTS Heritage Theatre

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.

8-10

Adult Drop-in Fitness Program

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Special Events

11-13

Adult

36-49

Historical Museum & Ainsley House

14-15

Adult Center 50+

50-57

Pre-school Registration

16-17

City Parks

58-59

Youth

18-32

Facility Rentals & Information

60-62

Teens

33-35

Registration Information & Policies

63-65

RECREATION DEPARTMENT DIRECTORY

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

OFFICE HOURS

Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday/Sunday

8:00 am - 5:30 pm 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Closed

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 Ctr Fax

(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

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 Publication & Distribution

The Recreation Activity Guide and Campbell Profile is published three times a year. All Campbell residents should receive one by U.S. Bulk Mail. 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

Registration Dates u Adult Center for 50+ :

December 6, Campbell residents

December 8, open registration

Recreation Activities:

December 12, Campbell residents

December 13, open registration

See page 65 for more details

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CAMPBELL City News For Residents

PROFILE

Vol. 115, Winter/Spring 2018

A Message From The City Manager Dear Friends, It is my pleasure to present this Winter-Spring 2018 issue of the Campbell Profile. The purpose of the newsletter is to provide residents and businesses with an update of City projects and programs. The Profile is published three times per year and is included with the Recreation Activity Guide. Last June, the City Council adopted its Fiscal Year 2017-18 Operating and Capital Budgets. The budgets reflect an economy that has continued to grow, but at a slower pace from recent years. There are some signs that the economy may be starting to cool down, so the City is preparing to minimize any effects upon programs and services. Some of the key issues involving this year’s operating budget include continuing assessment of the ongoing effects from development activity in the City, roadway and traffic reduction, and a general increase in demand for city services arising from growth in both employed and resident populations. Several capital improvement projects planned for this fiscal year include Campbell Park improvements; Community Center improvements such as bathroom upgrades, and the design and construction of a play area; John D. Morgan Park improvements; replacement of the City’s aging building permit tracking and inspection software; and neighborhood traffic calming. These capital projects benefit Campbell residents, businesses and visitors because they improve and enhance the way people live, play, or conduct business everyday. Please take a moment to read the articles of interest and announcements covered in this Profile, including information about our new Police bike patrol program and “Art Outside the Box.” I hope you find the articles in this newsletter helpful. If you have any comments or suggestions, we invite you to contact the City Departments listed on page 3 of this newsletter. I have enjoyed this past year serving as your City Manager and meeting so many wonderful members of the community including neighborhood associations, businesses owners, school district staff, and faith-based organizations. I look forward to continuing to work with members of our community in 2018 and beyond. Thank you for the warm welcome. On behalf of the City Council and staff, we wish you a joyous holiday season and prosperous New Year. Sincerely,

Brian Loventhal City Manager

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Art Outside the Box – Phase III This past year, the Civic Improvement Commission (CIC) oversaw the installation of more decorative artwork on City traffic control boxes. Now in its third year, the art box program has been popular and has received compliments from local residents and regional visitors. Since the summer of 2015, a total of 29 utility box locations have been completed in three phases. The most recent phase was conducted between May and September 2017, and included the painting of artwork at nine (9) new traffic box locations. To protect the art work, all traffic control boxes are covered with anti-graffiti clear coating. This year, the CIC has fundraised over $4,200 through private donations. The funds are used to pay for artists honoraria. Painting materials have been generously donated by Home Depot and Dunne Edwards. The CIC also gets involved by personally volunteering and recruiting additional volunteers to clean and surface prep all traffic boxes prior to painting and then coat them when completed. Volunteers include local residents, commissioners, Campbell Artist Guild members, Rotary members, and City staff. Subject to City Council approval, there are tentative plans to install artwork for four to five more traffic control boxes in 2018. For more information, please visit www.cityofcampbell.com/ArtOutsidetheBox.

Volunteer Opportunity at Hamman Park! In recognition of the 2018 Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) Holiday and National Day of Service, staff from both the City of Campbell and City of San Jose Parks Divisions will combine forces to host a day of volunteer service at Marijane Hamann Park. Although the Park is technically located in San Jose along Central Avenue, it is bordered on three sides by the City of Campbell and serves residents of both cities. The scheduled event will be the third time the two cities have collaborated to provide improvement efforts in parks with the common goal of offering great parks to our residents. The first event in 2015 was also held at Hamann Park and last year the event was held at San Tomas Park, also a San Jose Park bordered by Campbell residents. The 2018 event will be similar in the scope of work to be performed by volunteers - which will include installing playground Fibar (wood chips), picking up litter, and planting new trees. If the weather cooperates, volunteers may also be able to paint picnic tables and benches. In the past two years, nearly 400 volunteers have contributed their time and talents to cleaning and beautifying these two parks that are enjoyed by many Campbell residents. We hope to see you at the next MLK Service Day on January 15, 2018!

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Annual Street Maintenance Project – Residential Rubber Cape Seal The 2017-18 Street Maintenance Project will install rubberized cape seal surface on streets in various residential neighborhoods around the City. To prepare for the new surface treatment, structurally damaged road sections were removed and filled-in with new asphalt. Also, as part of the preparation work, over one hundred American with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant curb ramps were installed. The City’s contractor will place the new street surfacing in the spring of 2018 once the weather warms up, which creates favorable temperatures for the paving work. For a listing and map of the city streets included in the project, please visit www.cityofcampbell.com/705/ Annual-Street-Maintenance-Project-17BB.

City Offices Closed City offices will be closed for the following holidays: Winter Break December 22, 2017 through January 1, 2018 Martin Luthur King Jr. Day - January 15 President’s Day - February 19 Memorial Day - May 28 The Police Department and all emergency services however will remain available to the public during the closures. Police Dispatch personnel will remain on-site and are available 24 hours per day.

Park Improvements Projects Right on the heels of completing the playground renovation at Jack Fischer Park, the Public Works Department continues to deliver improvements to other parks in the City of Campbell. Two upcoming projects are both located at the Campbell Community Center. COMMUNITY CENTER PLAY AREA A new children’s play area is coming to the Community Center. After months of community input, the design for the new Community Center Play Area is complete. The City is in the process of putting the project out to bid with. Construction is expected to begin in early 2018, weather permitting. Located at the south end of the ball fields and across from Building M, the new play area provides a new recreational amenity for the elementary school age visitors to the Center. The play area will feature an age appropriate play structure, a seat wall adjacent to the field, and a new fence, as well as a rearrangement of the existing picnic tables. COMMUNITY CENTER OUTDOOR EXERCISE EQUIPMENT Another project that is currently out to bid is the replacement of the Community Center Outdoor Exercise Equipment. The existing outdoor exercise area is located by the track and adjacent to the bleachers. The existing exercise equipment and surfacing has surpassed its useful life and is in need of replacement. The project will install new exercise stations and surfacing. The new stations will offer a variety of exercise equipment including a couple of ADA accessible stations. This work is also anticipated to begin in early 2018. For more information regarding any of the above projects, please contact the Department of Public Works at (408) 866-2150.

City Directory 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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How to Winterize Your House?

Why House Numbers are Important Take a look at your house from the street. Is it obvious what your address is? Are your house numbers large enough to be visible from the street? Do the numbers contrast sufficiently from the color of your walls? Is there vegetation growing in front of it that may be blocking visibility of your house numbers? Are there house numbers there at all?

Campbell Building Official Bill Bruckart suggests some routine tasks homeowners should undertake at this time of year as we all prepare for the colder winter months. Simple tasks such as having your chimney professionally cleaned prior to the first use of the season, making sure your water pipes are insulated prior to first frost, having an annual heater inspection done to include cleaning the ducts and replacing the filter, cleaning out of gutters to allow proper drainage of rainwater, and ensuring that you have emergency lighting (flashlights and candles with matches) available in case of power outages can be done. One important task twice a year is to change the batteries in home smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. He cautions that in the event of a power outage, it is important not to utilize gas powered generators within a structure. Doing so presents a huge risk of asphyxiation due to carbon monoxide poisoning. Other suggestions include stacking firewood off the ground to help eliminate drawing rodents from moving in for the season. It’s always good to evaluate your first aid kits and make sure you have an emergency supply of food and water to help your family survive for several days if it ever becomes necessary in an emergency. Stay safe and be prepared.

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 within a rental housing situation. If you are a tenant having problems with a landlord or if you are a landlord needing advice on how to correctly communicate with a tenant, contact Project Sentinel at (408) 243-8565.

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Even in these days where GPS devices help find addresses, it is still very important for each property to be properly identifiable for those trying to reach your location. It could be a friend coming over for the first time or it could be police or fire responding to an emergency at your home. We ask all property owners (residential and commercial) to take a minute to evaluate your property identifier (address numbers). If your home or commercial building is easy to identify, pat yourself on the back. If not, please do something about it. This is an inexpensive means of helping to protect your property and your loved ones.

When are Building Permits Required? Building permits are required for many construction activities performed on your home. The exception is when carpeting or flooring is being replaced or when repainting the inside or outside of your home. Generally, a licensed contractor must secure permits and demonstrate they are property licensed, bonded and insured. Homeowners can secure permits for some work as long as that homeowner is qualified and does the work. If you don’t know for sure if the work you are contemplating requires a permit, please contact the Building Department (408) 866-2130 or send an email to building@cityofcampbell.com.

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New Bike Patrol Program The Campbell Police Department is pleased to announce that we have “rolled-out” our Bike Patrol Program! Bicycles are a valuable tool for law enforcement, but also provide great opportunities to interact with our community. We feel that this is a perfect balance and exactly matches our philosophy. The Campbell Police Foundation fully funded our new bicycles which were purchased locally at Wheel Away Cycles on Hamilton Avenue. Our first Bicycle Patrol Program field testing recently took place with great results as can be seen in this photo. Currently, we have several officers who have completed the required bicycle patrol training. In the next few months, more officers will be certified and this program will become more robust. We plan to patrol parks, the downtown area, shopping centers and areas along the creeks. It is our hope that programs like this will continue building the trust and relationships we have with our community. When you see one of our bike patrol officers out on patrol in his or her modified uniform, please make sure to say “hello!”

Package Theft Police “Bait” Program

The holiday season is a time when incidents of packages stolen from porches increase dramatically. The Campbell Police Department began a program using GPS technology as a creative way to help solve this problem. Packages are being deployed in various locations throughout the city with undetectable GPS trackers inside. Once the package is moved, police are alerted and are able to track the movement to contact the individual in possession of it.

Pink Patch Project The Campbell Police Department has joined the Pink Patch Project for the first time. The Pink Patch Project (#PinkPatchProject) is an innovative public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer and to support breast cancer research organizations in combating this devastating disease. Officers wore the pink patch on their uniforms last October to show their support for cancer awareness. This newly designed Campbell Police pink patch is being made available as a fundraiser to raise funds for breast cancer research. The patches are $10 each and available to anyone. Supplies are limited. If you are interested in purchasing a patch, please call Angela Locke-Paddon at (408) 866-2172.

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Campbell recognized as an Age-Friendly City The City of Campbell has been officially designated as an “Age-Friendly City” by the World Health Organization. The World Health Organization has established the Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities to connect organizations worldwide with the common vision of making their respective communities a great place to grow old in. The process of becoming an Age-Friendly City involved conducting a community assessment to determine needs in relationship to eight characteristics of an Age-Friendly Community. We would like to congratulate the Seniors’ Agenda of Santa Clara County, Department of Aging and Adult Services, for their effort of leading all 15 cities in Santa Clara County to achieve the AgeFriendly City designation. Santa Clara County is the first county in the United States to earn the distinguished title. An Age-Friendly City work plan has been established to promote healthy and active aging and a good quality of life for older residents. The City of Campbell is committed to creating and maintaining an Age-Friendly City that benefits the entire community. The first project in Campbell’s work plan is the West Valley Senior Transportation Pilot Program.

Senior Transportation Pilot Program Reach Your Destination Easily (R.Y.D.E.) is a curb-to-curb transportation and local trip planning service for adults 55+ living in the West Valley Cities of Campbell, Cupertino, Los Gatos, Monte Sereno, and Saratoga. RYDE can take seniors for appointments, grocery shopping, visits with friends, or local trips. Fees are based on the number of miles traveled to a destination and discounts are available for low income seniors who qualify. For more information, Campbell residents may contact West Valley Community Services (WVCS) at 669.220.0831 or email RYDEinfo@wvcommunityservices.org. RYDE is also in need of volunteer drivers! Volunteer as little as two hours per week to help seniors remain at home and prevent social isolation. For more information on becoming a volunteer driver, contact Sam Sloan at 669.220.0831 or email sams@wvcommunityservices.org.

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• Accepted

a $4,261 donation from the Campbell Police Foundation for equipment for the Campbell Police Department.

• Approved a used car dealer permit at 125 E. Sunnyoaks Avenue.

• Upheld

the Planning Commission’s determination to modify the conditional u s e p e r m i t a n d r evo ke t h e l i ve entertainment permit for “The Spot” located at 201 Orchard City Drive.

• Approved the Fiscal Year (FY) 2017-18

Operating Budget in the amount of $62.7 million and the FY 2018-22 Five-Year Capital Improvement Plan.

• Authorized

an agreement with CSG Consultants to provide temporary full-time contract code enforcement services to the Community Development Department.

• Authorized the acceptance of $119,251

from the State of California and use funds to support a Police Department Community Services Officer position.

• Directed staff to continue to work with the

applicant on the design of an “Orchard Farmer” statue at Campbell Park and return to the City Council with a revised budget and design/construction timeline.

• Adopted a Neighborhood Traffic Calming Policy and Process.

• Re c o g n i z e d

t h e We s t m o n t H i g h School Baseball Team for winning the Central Coast Section (CCS) Division I Championship.

• Presented

a Proclamation to Marie Stinnett who retired after 58 years of teaching dance in Campbell.

• Recognized

the Downtown Campbell Business Association for their $2,000 donation towards the Campbell Recreation Scholarship Program.

• Recognized Campbell Methodist Church

for their $5,000 donation to support Rosemary students as part of the Youth Recreation Scholarship program.

• Held

a study session to review the Aquatics Facility Audit.

• Adopted

a resolution to execute the second amendment to the contract with the County of Santa Clara to provide a Senior Nutrition Program for FY 17/18.

• Authorized the execution of an agreement with Little Chef Asian Kitchen and Compass Group to provide catered meals for the Senior Nutrition Program.

• Authorized the extension of the Campbell Youth Commission Pilot Program through June 2019.

• Commended Denise LaMont for 26 years of service with the City of Campbell.

• Adopted

an Equitable Communities resolution reaf firming Campbell’s commitment to a diverse, supportive, inclusive community that protects the constitutional rights of its residents.

• A p p r o v e d

Memorandums of Understanding (MOU’s) with Campbell Municipal Employees Association, Campbell Police Civilian Employees Association, confidential classes, and unrepresented mid-managers.

• Approved a Water Tower lighting request from the Silicon Valley Walk to End Alzheimer’s.

• A d o p t e d

the Campbell Village Neighborhood Plan.

• Adopted

a resolution to authorize the execution of the revenue agreement for the Senior Transportation Program.

• Thanked the Campbell Historical Museum

and Ainsley House Foundation, Kiwanis Club of Campbell and Westmont High School Key Club for their support of the 2017 Summer Concert Series.

• Thanked Kaiser Permanente for five years

of sponsorship of the Campbell Summer Concert Series.

• Approved

carnival permit and waiver of fees for the St. Lucy Parish School carnival.

JULY

• Held a study session to provide direction

to staff regarding an office building and parking structure located at 1700 Dell Avenue.

• Recognized

Jimmy Zien for his years of service and volunteer work in the Campbell community.

• Appointed Carol Hoffman and Maryanne Yoshikawa to the Civic Improvement Commission.

• Appointed

Zack Martin as the Tenant representative and William Pierce as the Landlord representative on the Rental Increase Fact Finding Committee.

• Declared

the month of July as “Parks Make Life Better” month.

• Adopted a resolution supporting “National Night Out” on August 1, 2017.

• Commended Campbell Police Department Sergeant Jim Stephenson for 34 years of service to the City of Campbell.

SEPTEMBER

• Conducted a study session to discuss the Civic Center Master Plan.

• Adopted a resolution to amend the FY

17-18 CIP budget to divide Annual Street Maintenance into two projects and authorize the use of Road Maintenance and Rehabilitation Account Funds for resurfacing of Audrey and Hack Avenues.

• Authorized the Chief of Police to purchase new body worn cameras from Axon Enterprises, Inc.

• Adopted

a resolution in support of Assembly Bill 765 requiring that initiative measures that qualify for the ballot be placed on the next statewide or regular election, unless the governing body calls a special election.

• Adopted a resolution to include a new application fee for collection container permits in the FY 2017-18 Schedule of Fees and Charges.

• Approved

the conceptual design and authorized the consultant services amendment for a Community Center Play Area Design Project.

AUGUST

• Approved a Water Tower lighting request in

• Approved the issuance of a Used Motor Vehicle Permit for Roadsport, located on Railway Avenue.

• Approved a carnival permit for St. Thomas of Canterbury Church.

• Approved a planned development permit

to allow for various façade improvements and tree removal permits at The Parc at Pruneyard apartment community.

• Received a report to review the progress of Cresleigh Homes, a new mixed-use commercial residential development on East Campbell Avenue.

• Commended Sergeant Tom Rogers for 26 years for service to the City of Campbell.

• Approved

a Water Tower Lighting application related to National Domestic Violence Awareness Month for the month of October.

recognition of September as the National Ovarian Cancer Awareness month.

• Adopted a resolution to place the cost of abating hazardous vegetation on the property tax assessment roll.

• Approved the conversion of an existing

City Council In Action

JUNE

• Received

and discussed the draf t Economic and Development Plan report.

• Reappointed Michael Rich and appointed

drive-through fast food restaurant (former Del Taco) to a drive through café/ restaurant (Starbucks) located at 771 W. Hamilton Avenue with late night activities.

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Michael Kry and Maggie Ostrowski to the Planning Commission.

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Heritage Theatre

Calendar of

Events

for the Heritage Theatre

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

DECEMBER 14 A Classic Rock Christmas performed by December People

DECEMBER 15 Christopher Titus

DECEMBER 16, 17 Academy of Classical Ballet-California presents: Winter Wonderland

JANUARY 18 USCIS Naturalization Ceremonies

JANUARY 19 Saratoga Rotary presents Judy Collins

FEBRUARY 12 Unique Lives presents: Jennifer Weiner

FEBRUARY 16 Heritage Theatre presents: One Night of Queen performed by Gary Mullen & the Works

FEBRUARY 22 USCIS Naturalization Ceremonies

MARCH 2 Heritage Theatre presents: Celtic Nights: Ocean of Hope

MARCH 5 Unique Lives presents: Vicki Lawrence

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MARCH 17

Peninsula Symphony presents: An American Celebration: Bernstein’s Centennial

MARCH 22 USCIS Naturalization Ceremonies

MARCH 24 Heritage Theatre presents: Los Lobos

APRIL 9 Unique Lives presents: Lara Logan

APRIL 13, 14 Stratford Middle School Musical

APRIL 19 Heritage Theatre presents: Sara Evans

APRIL 20 - 22 Stratford Middle School Musical

APRIL 24 USCIS Naturalization Ceremonies

APRIL 27, 28 Stratford Middle School Musical

MAY 5 Campbell Recreation presents: Youth Dance & Cheer Recital

MAY 5, 6 Lujianping Dance & Arts

MAY 7 Unique Lives presents: Barbara Boxer

MAY 11 Sierra School Spring Musical

MAY 12 Peninsula Symphony Orchestra presents: From Vienna to Silicon Valley

MAY 13 California Tamil Academy Annual Day

MAY 19, 20 AOC-CA Ballet

MAY 21 Unique Lives presents: Diana Nyad

MAY 24 USCIS Naturalization Ceremonies

MAY 26 God’s Image Ministry Concert

MAY 27 Mountain View Academy Graduation

MAY 30 Almaden Spirit Athletics

Box Office: (408) 866-2700


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Jennifer Weiner - Feb 12

Vicki Lawrence - Mar 5

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 t h e C a mp b e l l C o m m u n i t y C e n te r, 1 W. Campbell Ave, Campbell, 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

Lara Logan - Apr 9

Barbara Boxer - May 7

Diana Nyad - May 21

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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, greeting, 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) 866-2791 or marshellas@cityofcampbell.com.

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10K & 5K

Saturday, February 10 Campbell Park @ 9 am

$42 Adults | $22 ages 19 & under | $10 ages 6 & under Spread the love at Campbell’s 41st annual Valentine 10k | 5k | Kids’ Dash Fun Run/Walk! Join us with your sweetheart, family, and friends for a lovely morning along the beloved Los Gatos Creek Trail for a hearty run/walk featuring a 10k, 5k , and 250-yard Kids’ Dash (ages 6 years and younger). Registration is now open online. Register by Friday, February 2, to receive a race shirt and custom race medal. Kids’ Dash participants receive a medal only. After February 2, registration closes until Race Day, 8:00-8:45 am, and does not include shirt or medal. Race shirt and medals will be available for purchase for $15 together, or $10 each. After the race, enjoy the post-race party and awards ceremony. Awards given top three finishers in each age group division. Come warm up your heart this Valentine weekend!


Special Events

Early Settlers’ Day Event & Lunch Monday, February 19, 2018 12:00 pm (doors will open early)

Orchard City Banquet Hall at the Campbell Community Center 1 West Campbell Avenue Please join your neighbors and friends to celebrate Campbell’s rich heritage and learn more about Campbell’s early days. Lunch will be served. Pre-registration is required. $15 per person includes lunch. For more information and to register, please contact Dan Furtado at (408) 378-3506.

Eggstravaganza

Saturday, March 31 9:00 - 11:00 am Campbell Community Center Athletic Fields 1 West Campbell Avenue Campbell Kiwanis presents the 38 Annual Campbell Eggstravaganza for children of all ages. The event starts at 9:00 am, with the actual egg hunt beginning at 10:30 am SHARP. Festivities that morning will include face painting, a mini petting zoo, dance demonstrations, craft projects, and jump houses. In addition, kids of all ages can hop over and sit on the Easter Bunny’s lap for pictures with the Campbell Kiwanis special Easter Bunnies. Please bring your camera! The Eggstravaganza is free and held rain or shine! www.campbellkiwanis.org th

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Bunnies & Bonnets Parade

Saturday, March 31 12:00 pm Downtown Campbell Campbell Avenue between Railway Avenue & 3rd Street. All are welcome to Downtown Campbell’s 20th Annual Bunnies & Bonnets Parade! The parade begins at 12:00 pm and will feature marching bands, baton dancers, classic cars, and more. It’s a wonderful Campbell tradition the entire family can enjoy! Be sure to stop by a little early and stay a little late to enjoy the great atmosphere of Downtown Campbell! Prior to the parade, colored chalk will be provided for children to draw pictures on the street. The event is free and is held rain or shine! www.downtowncampbell.com

Information: (408) 866-2104


Special Events

S P M A C Y A D R S E N M O SUM W I M L E S S ! n o i t a r t & S Bird Summer Regis Early

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Open Registration begins Wednesday, March 21 at 8:00 am Register early for Campbell day camps, sports camps and swim lessons. Descriptions and schedules will be available at www.cityofcampbell. com/recreation and the Recreation Office on Friday, March 9.

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CAMPBELL HISTORICAL MUSEUM 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. The Museum offers year round hands on history experiences in its one room exhibit hall filled with four exhibit stations, a 1925 electric car, a visitor orientation area and an outdoor public native plant garden. Open Thursday – Sunday, noon – 4:00 pm (excluding public holidays) GENERAL ADMISSION: $2 FREE for museum members and children under age 6 Combination tickets including a visit to the Ainsley House are available. Tickets do not have to be used on the same day.

FIREHOUSE #1 HISTORY Campbell Historical Museum exhibits the history of the Campbell Fire Department in a mini exhibit at the Museum entrance. As visitors walk through the Museum’s double doors they walk into the Hose Tower used by Campbell fire fighters to dry the hoses after using them to fight fires. Exhibit photos along the Tower walls display the history of the department. Once inside the building, visitors will notice along the wall a map of Campbell’s fire hydrants, once used by CFD to mark hydrants, an actual hydrant from 1906 and a bicycle. Campbell Fire Department had a bicycle brigade in the 1930’s –fire fighters were able to hoist the bikes over fences into area where cars could not go. KEY INGREDIENTS Kitchens & Women’s Domestic Roles throughout the Centuries Follow the personal narratives of six women through six different time periods as they describe their lives taking care of the home life and domestic duties. The exhibit features audio recordings, interactive kitchen tools and food replicas, as well as kitchen artifacts that help demonstrate women’s domestic duties from the Ohlone, Native Californian times to present day. The exhibit is open for public view Thursday - Sunday, from 12:00 - 4:00 pm. EDUCATION PROGRAMS The Campbell Museums offer 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.

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Campbell Historical Museum | Ainsley House

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 gather biographical information on many of the listed in our Museum Collections. This work would include research on each person and updating our database so we have a better record of people from Campbell’s past. For more information, or to set up a research appointment, contact Museum Collections Specialist, Anna Rosenbluth at (408) 866-2759 or annar@cityofcampbell.com. VOLUNTEERS 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 on either opportunity, please call (408) 866-2759.

Information: (408) 866-2119


DRESSED IN CONTEXT Women’s Fashion and Social Change 1900-1930 Opening March 1, 2018

AINSLEY HOUSE & MORGAN GALLERY

Fashion is a reflection of society. To understand the changes in culture, society, and global influences, one needs only to look at what is in style. Fashion changes rapidly when the world is changing. Two important reflections of changing fashions with the changing world is the transition from the early 1900s, Edwardian Period to the 1930s, the beginning of the modern period. Dressed in Context will explore this change in ladies fashion that occurred between these two periods in time, how the fashion was influenced by the changes in the world and how society was influenced by fashion. The exhibit will be on display in the Carriage House from March 1 through October 2018. Admission to the exhibit is free.

AERIAL IMAGES OF CAMPBELL’S CHANGING LANDSCAPE Opening Spring 2018 The landscape of the Campbell and the Santa Clara Valley has dramatically changed from an agricultural landscape to commercial and residential developments. Aerial photography demonstrates the changes from the earliest aerial images of the valley beginning in the 1930s through to modern images of Silicon Valley. Aerial Images of Campbell’s Changing Landscape will be on display in the sleeping porch of the Ainsley House in spring 2018 through October 2018. Admission to the exhibit is included with Ainsley House tour admission. SUNDAY CONCERT SERIES Come enjoy a Sunday afternoon of live music, light appetizers, good wine, and a walk through of the historical Ainsley House. The Music series is a coproduction between the San Jose Guitar School of Music and the Campbell Museum Fo u n d a t i o n . T h e s e r i e s features local live musical acts performing at 2:00 pm at the Ainsley House. For more information and reservations, visit www.campbellmuseums.com or SJGschoolofmusic.com.

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300 Grant Street

In December 1925, Mr. & Mrs. John Colpitts Ainsley moved into the Ainsley House, just in time to celebrate Christmas. Mr. Ainsley was the first industrialist fruit canner in Campbell. The House is a Tudor Revival style home with original furnishings purchased by the family in 1925. In 2005 the House became listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Ainsley House opened to the public for tours in 1994. Open March through December, Thursday – Sunday, Noon – 4:00 pm, last tour at 3:15 pm (excluding public holidays) GENERAL ADMISSION: $6 Adults; $4 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 for an additional $1. Tickets do not have to be used on the same day.

MOTHER’S DAY TEAS & TOURS Friday, May 11 | Saturday, May 12 The Museum Foundation, a 501C-3 fundraising organization that helps to support the Campbell Historical Museum & Ainsley House exhibits and programs, will offer its 4th annual Mother’s Day Tea featuring delicious sandwiches, scrumptious desserts, our special Ainsley House blend tea, as well as champagne or sparkling cider. A guided tour of the Ainsley House is included with admission. Reservations are required. Please visit www.campbellmuseums.com for more information regarding dates and prices. HISTORY HAPPY HOUR Come Sip, Snack, and Socialize! History Happy Hour lecture series at the Ainsley House is a great place to: learn about interesting topics, meet new people and tour the Ainsley House in the evening hours! Programs are held each month from 5:30 - 7:30 pm. For program registration and upcoming events please visit www. cityofcampbell.com/museum. Registration is required as seating is limited. $15/person admission price will include beverages, light appetizers, and a self-guided walk through of the Ainsley House. Please note that these programs are for ages 21 and over. Registration can be taken online, by phone at (408) 866-2104 , or at the Campbell Recreation Office (1 W Campbell Ave, Rm C-31, 95008). CREATE YOUR OWN STORYBOOK WEDDING A charming garden and historic home make the Ainsley House Garden the ideal setting for an intimate wedding or special event. The unique and romantic setting of the Ainsley Garden provides old world charm for your special occasion. For current prices, photos and information, contact Barbie Rosato, Event Coordinator, at (408) 866-2757 or email barbier@cityofcampbell.com.

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Campbell Recreation Pre-school Open House & Registration!

Pre-school Year: September 2018 - May 2019 Classes begin September 4, 2018 Campbell Recreation Pre-School has provided children with their first school experience for over 20 years. We believe a child's first school experience sets the foundation for a love of learning.

Online Only Registration

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Registration is open to everyone on Wednesday, March 21 at 10:00 am Non-Refundable Enrollment Fee: $100/Child

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Campbell residents priority registration is Tuesday, March 20 beginning at 10:00 am

Winter/Spring 2018 Activity Guide

Information: (408) 866-2104


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Tiny Tots Ages 3 - 4

CHILDREN MUST BE 3 years old BY 12/31/2018** Children must be potty trained by 10/31/2018

Tiny Tots provides a fun and enriching experience with an emphasis on developing social and play skills through activities such as games, songs, finger-plays, stories and art. Classes are two hours long and meet twice a week. Activity #

Days

Time

R/NR Monthly Fee

71001.00

M/W

9:15 - 11:15 am

$130/$140

71002.00

M/W

12:15 - 2:15 pm

$130/$140

71003.00

T/Th

9:15 - 11:15 am

$130/$140

71004.00

T/Th

12:15 - 2:15 pm

$130/$140

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Kinder Kids Ages 4 - 5

CHILDREN MUST BE 4 YEARS OLD BY 12/31/2018** Children must be potty trained

In Kinder Kids, children will develop social interaction skills through creative learning experiences. Language development, pre-reading, science, math, art, games, music, motor skills, drama and free play are emphasized to prepare children for kindergarten. Classes are 2½ hours long, and meet two or three times a week. Children currently enrolled in Tiny Tots (returning students) are given priority registration for Kinder Kids classes. Activity #

Days

Time

R/NR Monthly Fee

72001.00

M/W/F

9:30 am - 12:00 pm

$230/$240

72002.00

M/W/F

12:30 - 3:00 pm

$230/$240

72003.00

T/Th

9:30 am - 12:00 pm

$160/$170

72004.00

T/Th

12:30 - 3:00 pm

$160/$170

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Super Kinders Ages 4 - 5

CHILDREN MUST BE 4 YEARS OLD BY 6/1/2018 Children must be potty trained

This hybrid program of Kinder Kids and Kindergarten Prep will allow 4 year old children the opportunity to participate in school 4 days a week. The program will develop social interaction skills through creative learning experiences. The class will focus on language development, motor skills, science, math and art in a center-based learning environment. Classes are 3 hours long and meet Monday to Thursday. Children currently enrolled in Tiny Tots (returning students) are given priority registration for the Super Kinders class. Activity #

Days

Time

R/NR Monthly Fee

73001.00

M-Th

12:30 - 3:30 pm

$360/$370

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Kindergarten Prep Ages 4.5 - 5.5

CHILDREN MUST BE 5 YEARS OLD BY 2/1/2019 Children must be potty trained

In Kindergarten Prep, students benefit from an enriching classroom environment with plenty of individualized attention. Center-based class activities will develop the skills necessary to prepare your child for a successful kindergarten experience. Classes are 3 hours long and meet five days a week. Children currently enrolled in Kinder Kids (returning students) are given priority registration for the Kindergarten Prep class. Activity #

Days

Time

R/NR Monthly Fee

74001.00

M-F

8:30 - 11:30 am

$445/$455

** The age cut-off has been extended from 9/1 to 12/31. Kindergartens require children to turn 5 years old by 9/1. Therefore, children with birthdays in this September to December window may need to attend an additional year of pre-school. Additional class information available at www.cityofcampbell.com/pre-school.

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Toddlers - Youth

Music Together: Mixed Age (Birth-6 yrs)

Making the world a better place by making it more musical. Our award-winning Early Childhood Music & Movement program brings the highest quality music and movement experiences to young children – and we involve the adults who love them in the magical process of development that only music can provide. A $50 Lab Fee per family is due at the first class. For more information about the program, please visit www.musicalme.com or call (831) 438-3514. Class held in L-58. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

53321.31

M

9:30 - 10:15 am

1/8 - 3/26*

0-6

$200

53321.32

M

9:30 - 10:15 am

4/9 - 6/25*

0-6

$220

53322.31

M

10:30 - 11:15 am

1/8 - 3/26*

0-6

$200

53322.32

M

10:30 - 11:15 am

4/9 - 6/25*

0-6

$220

53323.31

M

11:30 - 12:15 pm

1/8 - 3/26*

0-6

$200

53323.32

M

11:30 - 12:15 pm

4/9 - 6/25*

0-6

$220

53324.31

M

12:30 - 1:15 pm

1/8 - 3/26*

0-6

$200

53324.32

M

12:30 - 1:15 pm

4/9 - 6/25*

0-6

$220

53325.31

M

3:30 - 4:15 pm

1/8 - 3/26*

0-6

$200

53325.32

M

3:30 - 4:15 pm

4/9 - 6/25*

0-6

$220

M

4:30 - 5:15 pm

4/9 - 6/25*

0-6

$220

53326.31

M

4:30 - 5:15 pm

1/8 - 3/26*

0-6

$200

53326.32

53327.31

M

5:30 - 6:15 pm

1/8 - 3/26*

0-6

$200

53327.32

M

5:30 - 6:15 pm

4/9 - 6/25*

0-6

$220

53331.31

T

9:30 - 10:15 am

1/9 - 3/27

0-6

$240

53331.32

T

9:30 - 10:15 am

4/10 - 6/26

0-6

$240

53332.31

T

10:30 - 11:15 am

1/9 - 3/27

0-6

$240

53332.32

T

10:30 - 11:15 am

4/10 - 6/26

0-6

$240

53333.31

T

11:30 - 12:15 pm

1/9 - 3/27

0-6

$240

53333.32

T

11:30 - 12:15 pm

4/10 - 6/26

0-6

53341.31

W

9:30 - 10:15 am

1/10 - 3/28

0-6

$240

53341.32

W

9:30 - 10:15 am

4/11 - 6/27

0-6

$240

53342.31

W

10:30 - 11:15 am

1/10 - 3/28

0-6

$240

53342.32

W

10:30 - 11:15 am

4/11 - 6/27

0-6

$240

53343.31

W

11:30 - 12:15 pm

1/10 - 3/28

0-6

$240

53343.32

W

11:30 - 12:15 pm

4/11 - 6/27

0-6

$240

53345.31

W

3:30 - 4:15 pm

1/10 - 3/28

0-6

$240

53345.32

W

3:30 - 4:15 pm

4/11 - 6/27

0-6

$240

53346.31

W

4:30 - 5:15 pm

1/10 - 3/28

0-6

$240

53346.32

W

4:30 - 5:15 pm

4/11 - 6/27

0-6

$240

53347.31

W

5:30 - 6:15 pm

1/10 - 3/28

0-6

$240

53347.32

W

5:30 - 6:15 pm

4/11 - 6/27

0-6

$240

53351.31

Th

9:30 - 10:15 am

1/11 - 3/29

0-6

$240

53351.32

Th

9:30 - 10:15 am

4/12 - 6/28

0-6

$240

53352.31

Th

10:30 - 11:15 am

1/11 - 3/29

0-6

$240

53352.32

Th

10:30 - 11:15 am

4/12 - 6/28

0-6

$240

53361.31

F

9:30 - 10:15 am

1/12 - 3/30

0-6

$240

53361.32

F

9:30 - 10:15 am

4/13 - 6/29

0-6

$240

53362.31

F

10:30 - 11:15 am

1/12 - 3/30

0-6

$240

53362.32

F

10:30 - 11:15 am

4/13 - 6/29

0-6

$240

53363.31

F

11:30 - 12:15 pm

1/12 - 3/30

0-6

$240

53363.32

F

11:30 - 12:15 pm

4/13 - 6/29

0-6

$240

53371.31

Sa

9:30 - 10:15 am

1/13 - 3/31

0-6

$240

53371.32

Sa

9:30 - 10:15 am

4/14 - 6/30

0-6

$240

53372.31

Sa

10:30 - 11:15 am

1/13 - 3/31

0-6

$240

53372.32

Sa

10:30 - 11:15 am

4/14 - 6/30

0-6

$240

53373.31

Sa

11:30 - 12:15 pm

1/13 - 3/31

0-6

$240

53373.32

Sa

11:30 - 12:15 pm

4/14 - 6/30

0-6

$240

*No class 1/15, 2/19

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*No class 5/28

Information: (408) 866-2104


Toddlers - Youth

Fun for Little Ones (9 mos-3.5 yrs)

This will be a fun-filled class in which parents participate with their child and introduce them to group play as well as connect with other parents. Participants will join instructor “Miss Michele” and other adults with tots for lots of moving, singing, dancing, playing and learning. Participants will sing songs and explore movement activities using props like parachutes, tunnels, slides, musical instruments and much more. Children must be crawling to participate in the younger class and should be confident walkers for the older class. Class is held in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51001.31

M

9:30 - 10:15 am

1/8 - 2/12*

9-18 mo $45/$50

51001.32

M

9:30 - 10:15 am

2/26 - 4/2

9-18 mo $54/$61

51001.33

M

9:30 - 10:15 am

4/16 - 5/21

9-18 mo $54/$61

51002.31

M

10:30 - 11:15 am

1/8 - 2/12*

1.5-3.5

$45/$50

51002.32

M

10:30 - 11:15 am

2/26 - 4/2

1.5-3.5

$54/$61

51002.33

M

10:30 - 11:15 am

4/16 - 5/21

1.5-3.5

$54/$61

*No class 1/15

Parent and Toddler Time (1.5-3.5 yrs)

Come play, learn, and share some quality time with your toddler 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 choice play. Class fee includes all supplies. NO OLDER SIBLINGS PLEASE. Children must be at least 18 months old and walking to register for this class. Siblings under 18 months are welcome to attend class free with parent and brother/sister if they are in a stroller or carrier. Instructed by Miss Michele. Class held in M-48 (pre-school room). Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

52001.31

F

9:00 - 9:55 am

1/19 - 2/16

1.5-3.5 $53/$60

52001.32

F

9:00 - 9:55 am

3/2 - 4/6

1.5-3.5 $63/$70

52001.33

F

9:00 - 9:55 am

4/20 - 5/18

1.5-3.5 $53/$60

52002.31

F

10:15 - 11:10 am

1/19 - 2/16

1.5-3.5 $53/$60

52002.32

F

10:15 - 11:10 am

3/2 - 4/6

1.5-3.5 $63/$70

52002.33

F

10:15 - 11:10 am

4/20 - 5/18

1.5-3.5 $53/$60

Learn & Play Friday (3-5 yrs)

Parents are invited to bring their children to the Campbell Community Center for two hours of fun activities that will give them a chance to enjoy some structured play time with their peers and participate in a circle time, games, art activity and a snack. Parents can go for a run, grab coffee with a friend or tackle a few items on the to-do list, but don’t feel guilty because your children are busy learning and playing! Snack is included. Instructed by Tiffany Causey and Kathy Naumann. Held in Q-84.

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Activity #

Day

Time

Date

Ages

R/NR Fee

51003.31

F

9:15 - 11:15 am

1/26

3-5

$21/$26

51003.32

F

9:15 - 11:15 am

2/16

3-5

$21/$26

51003.33

F

9:15 - 11:15 am

3/23

3-5

$21/$26

51003.34

F

9:15 - 11:15 am

4/27

3-5

$21/$26

51003.35

F

9:15 - 11:15 am

5/11

3-5

$21/$26

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Toddlers - Youth

Story Time & Art (2-5 yrs)

Come and listen to a classic children’s story and then create an art project inspired by the book. Child must be accompanied by a parent/ caregiver. A $50 material fee is due at the class. Class held at the Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave., Campbell. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50905.31

F

10:00 - 11:00 am

1/12 - 2/16

2-5

$120

50905.32

F

10:00 - 11:00 am

3/2 - 4/6

3-5

$120

50905.33

F

10:00 - 11:00 am

4/20 - 5/25

3-5

$120

Little Art Exploration (3-5 yrs)

Children will try out different art mediums as they get an opportunity to explore clay, acrylics, color pencils, stamp-inks, crayons, pastels, and more. Our age-appropriate mixed media projects allow each child to be creative while developing a rich imagination. Child must be accompanied by a parent/caregiver. A $50 material fee is due at the class. Class held at the Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave., Campbell. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50901.31

T

10:00 - 11:00 am

1/9 - 2/13

3-5

$120

50901.32

T

10:00 - 11:00 am

2/27 - 4/3

3-5

$120

50901.33

T

10:00 - 11:00 am

4/17 - 5/22

3-5

$120

50902.31

W

10:00 - 11:00 am

1/10 - 2/14

3-5

$120

50902.32

W

10:00 - 11:00 am

2/28 - 4/4

3-5

$120

50902.33

W

10:00 - 11:00 am

4/18 - 5/23

3-5

$120

Green Bean Kidz (2-6 yrs) NEW!

Green Bean Kidz is a nature education and exploration program for children and their parents or caregivers. We meet weekly in local parks and open spaces to engage with nature in an emerging curriculum, including circle time, hiking, story time, art and/or early science projects, music, and games. With an emphasis on the local flora and fauna, naturalist and experienced preschool teacher, Ellen, teaches many early education concepts through a hands-on experience in nature. For more information, visit www.greenbeankidz.com. A $10 material fee is due at the class. Class held at local parks and open spaces, TBD. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

55000.31

Th

9:30 - 11:00 am

2/22 - 3/29

2-6

$160

55000.32

Th

9:30 - 11:00 am

4/12 - 5/17

2-6

$160

Kids Night at the CCC (4-12 yrs)

Parents can enjoy a quiet night in or a night out on the town while children enjoy dinner with their friends, creating their own arts and crafts, playing games, and having fun. Dinner is provided. A $5 discount is given for siblings registered at the same time. To receive the discount, customers must register in-person or online (after receiving a discount code by email/phone).Instructed by Emily Blythe, Kaitlin Coyle and other favorite Day Camp leaders. Held in M-49 (pre-school room). Activity #

Day

Time

Date

Ages

One Kid

Two Kids*

R/NR

R/NR

54000.31

F

6:00 - 9:30 pm

1/12

4-12

$25/$30 $45/$55

54000.32

F

6:00 - 9:30 pm

2/9

4-12

$25/$30 $45/$55

54000.33

F

6:00 - 9:30 pm

3/9

4-12

$25/$30 $45/$55

54000.34

F

6:00 - 9:30 pm

5/11

4-12

$25/$30 $45/$55

*Must register in-person, or call/email to receive discount code to register online

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Youth Cheerleading & Gymnastics 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 over 15 years. For more information, please visit www.gymkidsusa.com. Details regarding required attire are available on our online registration site, and will be emailed to participants prior to the class start date. Age Requirement: All children must be the required age by the start of the session; sorry, no exceptions. Proof of age may be requested for any class.

Dance and Tumble (4-5 yrs)

A fun introduction class in dance movement and gymnastics. Mats, balance beam, and gymnastic equipment will be used in conjunction with props and fun music! Students will learn basic dance essentials including creative movement, beginning ballet, and an introduction to acrobatic dance. Dance routines using ribbons, sparkle wands, hoop dancing, and scarf dances are also taught. Gymnastic skills and dance are taught to students based on readiness and age appropriateness of each student. Parents may watch the ENTIRE LAST DAY of class only, our special award day! Held in M-50. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51307.31

W

3:45 - 4:25 pm

1/24 - 3/14*1

4-5

$133/$143

51307.32

W

3:45 - 4:25 pm

3/21 - 5/23*

4-5

$152/$162

2

No class *1 2/14; *2 4/4, 5/9

Dance Acrobats (6-10 yrs)

Circus style acrobat pairs, rhythmic gymnastics, dance and tumbling are taught. Dance routines using long and short ribbons, hoop dancing, and veil scarfs. Elements of beginning ballet and jazz will also be taught. Mats, balance beam and gymnastic equipment will be used in conjunction with props and fun music. Dance and gymnastic skills are taught to students based on readiness and age appropriateness of each student. Safety guidelines of the USAG are strictly followed. Parents may watch the ENTIRE LAST DAY of class only, our special award day! Held in M-50. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

4:30 - 5:10 pm

1/24 - 3/14*

1

51308.31

W

51308.32

W

6-10

$133/$143

4:30 - 5:10 pm

3/21 - 5/23*2

6-10

$152/$162

No class * 2/14; * 4/4, 5/9 1

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Cheerleading: CheerKids (5-10 yrs)

CheerKids is a fun class in cheerleading, dance, and tumbling. Noncompetitive cheerleading lessons focus on proper technique, cheer positions, cheer jumps, chants and cheers. Cheerleaders will also learn fun pompom and drill team style dance routines. Beginning tumbling gymnastics and an introduction to stunting will be taught based on age appropriateness and skill level of each student. Safety guidelines of the USAG are strictly followed. Cheerleaders will use custom 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 special award day! A one-time $28 pompom fee is due to GymKids USA at the first class; returning students, please bring your pompoms to class. A Spring Dance Recital will be held on Saturday, May 5 in the Heritage Theatre and a $45 costume fee will be collected by the instructor.

Gymnastics

GymKids 1 and 2 classes are taught at the beginning and intermediate level based on age-appropriateness and skill-level of each student. Recreational gymnastics and basic tumbling skills are taught 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. Creative movement is also incorporated into gymnastics using ribbons, scarves, balls, hoops, bean bags and parachutes. To ensure a better learning and teaching environment, parents are welcome to observe the ENTIRE LAST DAY of class only, our special award day! Held in M-50.

GymKids 1 (4-5 yrs)

Introduction and Beginning Gymnastics Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

3:45 - 4:25 pm

1/22 - 3/12*

1

51301.31

M

51301.32

M

4-5

$133/$143

3:45 - 4:25 pm

3/19 - 5/21*2

4-5

$152/$162

No class *1 2/19; *2 4/2, 5/7

GymKids 2 (6-10 yrs)

Beginning and Intermediate Gymnastics Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51302.31

M

4:30 - 5:10 pm

1/22 - 3/12*1

6-10

$133/$143

2

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51302.32

M

4:30 - 5:10 pm

3/19 - 5/21*

6-10

$152/$162

51306.31

M

5:15 - 5:55 pm

1/8 - 3/5*1

5-10

$133/$143

51303.31

W

5:15 - 5:55 pm

1/24 - 3/14*3

6-10

$133/$143

51306.32

M

5:15 - 5:55 pm

3/12 - 4/30*2

5-10

$133/$143

51303.32

W

5:15 - 5:55 pm

3/21 - 5/23*

6-10

$152/$162

No class *1 1/15, 2/19; *2 4/2

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Youth Dance Spring Dance Recital ~ Saturday, May 5th A Spring Dance Recital will be held on Saturday, May 5 in the Heritage Theatre! Ms. Rachael’s class fees include a dance recital costume accessory (such as a tutu or skirt with a hair piece). Parents will be notified by the instructor regarding specific dance recital dress requirements. Regular class attendance is important as students will be working on the recital routine. Classes held in M-47, Dance Studio. A parents’ lounge is available for parents and siblings to watch the classes.

Pre-Tap & Ballet (3.3-5 yrs)

This combination dance class begins at age 3 years and 4 months, and 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

51101.31

T

4:00 - 4:50 pm

1/9 - 5/1*1

51102.31

3.3-5

$180/$190

Th

4:00 - 4:50 pm

1/11 - 5/3*2

3.3-5

$180/$190

Sa

9:00 - 9:50 am

1/6 - 4/28*

3

51103.31

3.3-5

$180/$190

3.3-5

$180/$190

3.3-5

$180/$190

Level 1

Level 2 51104.31

W

4:00 - 4:50 pm

1/10 - 5/2*4

51105.31

Sa

10:00 - 10:50 am

1/6 - 4/28*3

No class * 2/20, 4/10; * 2/22, 4/12; * 2/24, 4/14; * 2/21, 4/11 1

2

3

4

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 #

Combo: Jazz, Tap & Ballet (8-12 yrs)

Day

Time

Dates

51111.31

T

5:00 - 5:50 pm

1/9 - 5/1*1

51112.31

Sa

11:00 - 11:50 am

1/6 - 4/28*

W

5:00 - 5:50 pm

Ages

R/NR Fee

Level 1

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

51121.31

F

5:00 - 5:50 pm

1/12 - 5/4*

8-12

R/NR Fee

$180/$190

*No class 2/23, 4/13

Pre-Pointe (11-13 yrs)

This class is for students currently enrolled in Combo Dance who wish to advance to ‘toe’ work in ballet. With emphasis on strength, turnout and body alignment, students will gain skills they will need for wearing Pointe shoes. Since Pointe work has age strength and skill requirements, this class is by teacher recommendation only. Class instructed by Rachael Gunn and held in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

51123.31

F

6:00 - 6:30 pm

1/12 - 5/4*

11-13

R/NR Fee

5-7

$180/$190

2

5-7

$180/$190

1/10 - 5/2*3

5-7

$180/$190

Level 2 51113.31

No class * 2/20, 4/10; * 2/24, 4/14; * 2/21, 4/11 1

2

3

Hip-Hop (7-12 yrs)

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. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

51131.31

F

4:00 - 4:50 pm

1/12 - 5/4*

7-12

R/NR Fee

$180/$190

*No class 2/23, 4/13

$180/$190

*No class 2/23, 4/13

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Winter/Spring 2018 Activity Guide

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Youth Dance

Mom & Me Keiki Hula (3-6 yrs)

Parents will help teach their child how to dance the HULA and sing a HULA SONG! Children will also learn some Hawaiian culture and language while developing social and motor skills and hand-eye coordination! This is a very popular class for parents looking for a fun learning experience and some quality bonding time! A $45 to $55 material fee for two pa’u skirts is required at the first class for NEW students. Class is instructed by Desiree Elder in N-76. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

51401.31

Sa

11:00 - 11:45 am

3/17 - 4/14

3-6

51401.32

Sa

11:00 - 11:45 am

4/21 - 5/19

3-6

R/NR Fee

Keiki Hula (6.5-12 yrs)

In this class, children will learn the basics of hula while also learning about Polynesian culture, history and language. The classes are great social outlets while helping to increase their motor skills, coordination, memory and confidence. Hula also helps to develop grace and better body awareness – all while having fun! The class will learn one or two songs in a session. A $20 to $35 material fee for a pa’u skirt is required at the first class for NEW students. Class is instructed by Desiree Elder in N-76.

$70/$77

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

$70/$77

51402.31

Sa

10:00 - 10:55 am

3/17 - 4/14

6.5-12

R/NR Fee

$60/$67

51402.32

Sa

10:00 - 10:55 am

4/21 - 5/19

6.5-12

$60/$67

Hip-Hop/Break-Dance with Mz. K (4-12 yrs)

Hip-Hop dance refers to street dance styles primarily performed to Hip-Hop music or that have evolved as part of Hip-Hop culture. In this class children will dance to current, age-appropriate Hip-Hop music and learn current styles and steps introduced in an upbeat environment. Dancers ages 6+ will also learn the seven elements of Break-Dance Top Rock, FeetWork, Freezes, Spins, Drops, Treading and Swipes. Class is instructed by Mz. K (Kenyatta Ali) in M-47. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

Kinder Hip-Hop 51200.31

Sa

4:30 - 5:20 pm

1/6 - 3/10

4-5

$120/$130

51200.32

Sa

4:30 - 5:20 pm

3/17 - 5/26*

4-5

$120/$130

Hip-Hop/Break-Dance 51201.31

Sa

5:30 - 6:30 pm

1/6 - 3/10

6-9

$120/$130

51201.32

Sa

5:30 - 6:30 pm

3/17 - 5/26*

6-9

$120/$130

51202.31

Sa

6:30 - 7:30 pm

1/6 - 3/10

10-14

$120/$130

51202.32

Sa

6:30 - 7:30 pm

3/17 - 5/26*

10-14

$120/$130

*No class 4/7

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Youth Art The art classes on this page are held at The Art Beat 68 E. Campbell Avenue located at the corner of Campbell Ave & 4th St (408) 370-5002 | www.theartbeat.net

Clay Time (5-9 yrs)

Each week your child will have fun creating beautiful three-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 $50 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

50920.31

W

3:30 - 4:30 pm

1/10 - 2/14

5-9

$120

50920.32

W

3:30 - 4:30 pm

2/28 - 4/4

5-9

$120

50920.33

W

3:30 - 4:30 pm

4/18 - 5/23

5-9

$120

50921.31

F

3:30 - 4:30 pm

1/12 - 2/16

5-9

$120

50921.32

F

3:30 - 4:30 pm

3/2 - 4/6

5-9

$120

50921.33

F

3:30 - 4:30 pm

4/20 - 5/25

5-9

$120

Art Exploration (5-9 yrs)

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 and expressing themselves and growing through Art. This is a fun class packed with variety! A $50 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

50910.31

T

3:30 - 4:30 pm

1/9 - 2/13

5-9

$120

50910.32

T

3:30 - 4:30 pm

2/27 - 4/3

5-9

$120

50910.33

T

3:30 - 4:30 pm

4/17 - 5/22

5-9

$120

50911.31

Th

3:30 - 4:30 pm

1/11 - 2/15

5-9

$120

50911.32

Th

3:30 - 4:30 pm

3/1 - 4/5

5-9

$120

50911.33

Th

3:30 - 4:30 pm

4/19 - 5/24

5-9

$120

Fun with Yarn (5-9 yrs)

There are so many different ways to create with yarn. We will develop fine motor skills while enjoying the colors and textures of yarn. A $50 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

50940.31

M

3:30 - 4:30 pm

1/8 - 2/12

5-9

$120

50940.32

M

3:30 - 4:30 pm

2/26 - 4/2

5-9

$120

50940.33

M

3:30 - 4:30 pm

4/16 - 5/21

5-9

$120

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Winter/Spring 2018 Activity Guide

Drawing & Painting (5-12 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 resist paintings. Students will develop their drawing skills while also exploring fun and alternative mediums. A $50 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

50930.31

W

4:45 - 5:45 pm

1/10 - 2/14

5-8

$120

50930.32

W

4:45 - 5:45 pm

2/28 - 4/4

5-8

$120

50930.33

W

4:45 - 5:45 pm

4/18 - 5/23

5-8

$120

50931.31

M

4:45 - 5:45 pm

1/8 - 2/12

9-12

$120

50931.32

M

4:45 - 5:45 pm

2/26 - 4/2

9-12

$120

50931.33

M

4:45 - 5:45 pm

4/16 - 5/21

9-12

$120

Information: (408) 866-2104


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

Junior Singers (5-7 yrs)

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 SJG School of Music staff. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

53941.31

M

4:15 - 5:00 pm

1/8 - 2/26*

5-7

$131/$141

53941.32

M

4:15 - 5:00 pm

4/16 - 5/21

5-7

$131/$141

*No class 1/15, 2/19

Youth Vocals (8-12 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 SJG School of Music. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

53942.31

M

5:15 - 6:00 pm

1/8 - 2/26*

8-12

$131/$141

53942.32

M

5:15 - 6:00 pm

4/16 - 5/21

8-12

$131/$141

*No class 1/15, 2/19

Guitar Lessons: Level 1 (8-15 yrs)

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 SJG School of Music staff and held in L-58. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

53911.31

Th

6:05 - 6:50 pm

1/18 - 2/22

8-15

$131/$141

53911.32

Th

6:05 - 6:50 pm

4/19 - 5/24

8-15

$131/$141

Beginning Ukulele (10+ yrs)

Learn fundamental skills to start playing the ukulele! Learn rhythms and strumming patterns for popular songs. Class members will learn to play basic chords and to play songs in folk, rock and Hawaiian styles. Topics covered: Rhythm fundamentals, tuning, ukulele care, and basic strums. Ukulele is required. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Instructed by SJG School of Music. Class held in M-49 (pre-school room).

Junior Piano (4-6 yrs)

This fun and educational piano keyboard class is for budding pianists. Students will be introduced to keyboard technique, music theory and play songs using a curriculum that incorporates learning-games geared towards the younger learners. “Continuing Players” will move a little faster to accommodate returning students. A parent or guardian must accompany their child in each class meeting. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Class held in M-52 (preschool room). Instructed by SJG School of Music. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

53920.31

Sa

9:15 - 10:00 am

1/20 - 2/24

4-6

$131/$141

53920.32

Sa

9:15 - 10:00 am

4/14 - 5/19

4-6

$131/$141

Continuing Players 53924.31

Sa

10:15 - 11:00 am

1/20 - 2/24

4-6

$131/$141

53924.32

Sa

10:15 - 11:00 am

3/10 - 3/31

4-6

$87/$94

53924.33

Sa

10:15 - 11:00 am

4/14 - 5/19

4-6

$131/$141

Piano-Keyboard Lessons: Level 1 (8-16 yrs)

Students will learn rhythm and theory, finger exercises, chords and scales, all with the goal of being able to play basic keyboard accompaniment parts and songs. Keyboards are provided for use in class; however students will need a keyboard of their own to practice at home. “Continuing Players” will move a little faster to accommodate returning students. A $10 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Class held in M-52 (pre-school room). Instructed by SJG School of Music. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

53921.31

Th

6:05 - 6:50 pm

1/18 - 2/22

8-16

$131/$141

53921.32

Th

6:05 - 6:50 pm

4/19 - 5/24

8-16

$131/$141

Continuing Players

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

53923.31

Th

5:05 - 5:50 pm

1/18 - 2/22

8-16

$131/$141

53951.31

Sa

12:15 - 1:00 pm

1/20 - 2/24

10+

$131/$141

53923.32

Th

5:05 - 5:50 pm

3/8 - 3/29

8-16

$87/$94

53951.32

Sa

12:15 - 1:00 pm

4/14 - 5/19

10+

$131/$141

53923.33

Th

5:05 - 5:50 pm

4/19 - 5/24

8-16

$131/$141

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Youth Camps

Skateboarding Skills Camp (6-13 yrs)

Join a great skateboarding camp this Spring Break! 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 particpant 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). Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

31000.31

M-F

9:00 - 12:00 pm

4/2 - 4/6

6-14

$150/$160

31000.32

M-F

9:00 - 12:00 pm

4/9 - 4/13

6-14

$150/$160

Minecraft Engineering Using Lego® (5-8 yrs)

Bring Minecraft to life using tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Build engineer-designed projects such as a motorized Creeper, a portal to the Nether, and a moving Minecart! Create your favorite Minecraft objects with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. Whether you are new to Minecraft and the LEGO® building system or a seasoned veteran, you’ll be hooked on the endless creative possibilities. Camp meets in M-52 (pre-school room). Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

52112.31

M-F

9:00 - 12:00 pm

4-9 - 4/13

5-8

$185/$195

Ultimate Art Day Camp (5-12 yrs)

Join us for our Ultimate Art Day Camp! Your child will have a great time making a few different projects with many mediums such as watercolors and acrylics. We have a playroom to take breaks and play fun game’s, and your child will spend their day making new friends and having a blast! A $30 material fee is due at the class. Camp held at The Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave., 95008.

School Break Camps (5-12 yrs)

Join us for our Ultimate Art Camp! Your child will learn a little of everything from clay, painting with different mediums, to mosaics. They will have a great time using new materials and learning lots of techniques all in one camp! A $50 material fee is due at the class. Camp held at The Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave., 95008. Activity #

Activity #

Days

Time

Date

Ages

Fee

Winter

50991.31

M

9:00 - 3:00 pm

1/15

5-12

$50

50990.31

50991.32

F

9:00 - 3:00 pm

1/19

5-12

$50

Spring

50991.33

F

9:00 - 3:00 pm

3/9

5-12

$50

50990.32

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Winter/Spring 2018 Activity Guide

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

M-F

9:00 - 3:00 pm

2/19 - 2/23

5-12

$350

M-F

9:00 - 3:00 pm

4/9 - 4/13

5-12

$350

Information: (408) 866-2104


Youth Sports All Tennis classes are held at the Campbell Community Center Tennis Courts. Chuck Sanfilippo, a certified USPTA 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. Classes are co-ed unless otherwise noted.

Tennis: Beginning (7-17 yrs)

These classes are for those who have little or no tennis experience. 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. Ages 7-8 will use the QuickStart format, using softer balls and smaller court. Students can re-take lessons at the Beginner level until comfortable to advance. New tennis students are advised to repeat the Beginning level at least twice.

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 Beginning lessons will focus on the serve and volley, specialty shots, strategy and fine-tuning strokes. Ages 7-8 will use the QuickStart format, using softer balls and smaller court. Students can re-take lessons at the Advanced Beginner level until comfortable to advance. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

42024.31

W

3:00 - 4:00 pm

2/28 - 3/14

7-8

$41/$46

42014.31

W

3:00 - 4:00 pm

1/3 - 1/17

7-8

$41/$46

42024.32

W

3:00 - 4:00 pm

3/28 - 4/11

7-8

$41/$46

42014.32

W

3:00 - 4:00 pm

1/31 - 2/14

7-8

$41/$46

42024.33

W

3:00 - 4:00 pm

5/2 - 5/16

7-8

$41/$46

42011.31

W

4:00 - 5:00 pm

1/3 - 1/17

9-12

$41/$46

42021.31

T/Th

4:00 - 5:00 pm

1/2 - 1/18

9-12

$82/$89

42011.32

W

4:00 - 5:00 pm

1/31 - 2/14

9-12

$41/$46

42022.31

W

4:00 - 5:00 pm

3/28 - 4/11

9-12

$41/$46

42011.33

W

4:00 - 5:00 pm

2/28 - 3/14

9-12

$41/$46

42022.32

W

4:00 - 5:00 pm

5/2 - 5/16

9-12

$41/$46

42013.31

W

5:00 - 6:00 pm

1/3 - 1/17

13-17

$41/$46

42023.31

W

5:00 - 6:00 pm

2/28 - 3/14

13-17

$41/$46

42013.32

W

5:00 - 6:00 pm

1/31 - 2/14

13-17

$41/$46

42023.32

W

5:00 - 6:00 pm

3/28 - 4/11

13-17

$41/$46

Tennis: Intermediate (9-17 yrs)

These classes are for players who are consistent with shots and serves. Emphasis on drills aim to improve your singles and doubles strategies. The last part of each class will be game play. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

42032.31

T/Th

4:00 - 5:00 pm

1/30 - 2/15

9-12

$82/$89

42032.32

T/Th

4:00 - 5:00 pm

2/27 - 3/15

9-12

$82/$89

42032.33

T/Th

4:00 - 5:00 pm

3/27 - 4/12

9-12

$82/$89

42032.34

T/Th

4:00 - 5:00 pm

5/1 - 5/17

9-12

$82/$89

42033.31

T/Th

5:00 - 6:00 pm

1/2 - 1/18

13-17

$82/$89

42033.32

T/Th

5:00 - 6:00 pm

1/30 - 2/15

13-17

$82/$89

42033.33

T/Th

5:00 - 6:00 pm

2/27 - 3/15

13-17

$82/$89

42033.34

T/Th

5:00 - 6:00 pm

3/27 - 4/12

13-17

$82/$89

42033.35

T/Th

5:00 - 6:00 pm

5/1 - 5/17

13-17

$82/$89

42031.31

W

5:00 - 6:00 pm

5/2 - 5/16

13-17

$41/$46

Private Tennis Lessons

Chuck Sanfilippo teaches private tennis lessons for the Campbell Recreation Department as his schedule allows. The cost is $29/$34 per half-hour. Please call the Recreation Office at (408) 866-2104 to leave your contact information and Coach Chuck will contact you to schedule your lesson.

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Youth Sports

Soccer: SkyHawk Tiny Hawk (3-5 yrs)

This program was designed to give children a positive first step into soccer. Your young athlete will learn the fundamentals of dribbling, passing and shooting in a fun, safe and positive environment. Through age appropriate games and activities, participants learn balance, body movement, foot/eye coordination, teamwork and sportsmanship! Instructed by Skyhawks Staff. Class held at John D Morgan Park, “Rincon Loop”, 540 W Rincon Ave, 95008. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

46012.31

T

3:15 - 4:00 pm

2/13 - 3/27*

3-5

$120/$130

46012.32

T

3:15 - 4:00 pm

4/17 - 5/22

3-5

$120/$130

*No class 2/20

SKYHAWKS SOUTH BAY RAINOUT HOTLINE

Please call the number below two hours before the start time of the program to check for cancellation due to weather.

(408) 620-7649

Mini Hawk Soccer & Baseball (4-7 yrs)

This program was developed to give children a positive first step into athletics. The essentials of baseball and soccer are taught in a safe, structured environment with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun. Our Mini-Hawk games and activities were designed to allow kids to explore balance, movement, hand/eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace. Instructed by Skyhawks Staff. Class held at John D Morgan Park, “Rincon Loop”, 540 W Rincon Ave, 95008.

Soccer: World Cup Skills Clinic (5-9 yrs)

These trainings are customized to create many touches on the ball, improve dribbling, passing, receiving and shooting. We form small groups (max. 10 players per coach) to ensure a focused and fun practice. In addition we end every session with small sided games. Your child will be a better player after this skill clinic. Fee includes a World Cup Soccer Camps t-shirt. Class held at John D Morgan Park, “Rincon Loop”, 540 W Rincon Ave. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

4:00 - 5:00 pm

3/19 - 5/14*

1

46016.31

M

5-6

$199/$209

46017.31

Sa

10:00 - 11:00 am

3/24 - 5/19*2

5-6

$199/$209

46018.31

T

4:00 - 5:00 pm

3/20 - 5/15*3

7-9

$199/$209

46019.31

Sa

11:00 - 12:00 pm

3/24 - 5/19*2

7-9

$199/$209

No class *1 4/9; *2 4/14; *3 4/10

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

45010.31

Sa

12:00 - 1:00 pm

2/10 - 3/24*

4-7

$125/$135

45010.32

Sa

12:00 - 1:00 pm

4/21 - 5/26

4-7

$125/$135

*No class 2/17

Soccer: Futsal Kingz Indoor (5-12 yrs)

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. Come register your child to learn the amazing game of soccer... Futsal style! Instructed by Futsal Kings Staff and held in the Main Gym. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

46025.31

Su

10:40 - 11:25 am

1/7 - 3/11*1

5-6

$146/$156

46025.32

Su

10:40 - 11:25 am

3/18 - 5/20*2

5-6

$146/$156

46027.31

Su

11:25 - 12:25 pm

1/7 - 3/11*

7-8

$146/$156

46027.32

Su

11:25 - 12:25 pm

3/18 - 5/20*2

7-8

$146/$156

46029.31

Su

12:25 - 1:25 pm

1/7 - 3/11*

9-12

$146/$156

46029.32

Su

12:25 - 1:25 pm

3/18 - 5/20*2

9-12

$146/$156

1

1

No class * 1/14, 2/18; * 4/15, 5/13 1

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Youth Sports

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. Classes are taught by Sensei Hans Ingebretsen, who holds a seventh degree black belt. Loose, comfortable clothing is recommended for beginners, while a white karate uniform (gi) is required for intermediate and advanced students. Belt testing is optional; an additional fee is payable to the instructor. Parents are invited to attend all workouts! Held in M-50. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

43002.31

T/Th

5:30 - 6:30 pm

1/2 - 3/8

8-17

$158/$168

43002.32

T/Th

5:30 - 6:30 pm

3/15 - 5/31*

8-17

$158/$168

*No class 4/3, 4/5, 4/10, 4/12

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 energy back on them. Belt testing is optional; an additional fee is payable to the instructor. 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 #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

43011.31

T/Th

6:30 - 7:25 pm

1/2 - 3/8

8-17

$158/$168

43011.32

T/Th

6:30 - 7:25 pm

3/15 - 5/31*

8-17

$158/$168

*No class 4/3, 4/5, 4/10, 4/12

Volleyball Class (8-17 yrs)

Learn to improve your volleyball skills with drills and practice games. This class is intended for children of all skill sets. Each class begins with passing, serving, hitting and defensive drills followed by officiated games designed to focus on team defense and scoring strategies. The volleyball lessons are offered in two age brackets. Come sign up your child today to start working on those spikes! Held in the Main Gym.

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Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

41011.31

F

3:30 - 5:00 pm

1/12 - 2/23

8-11

$105/$115

41011.32

F

3:30 - 5:00 pm

3/1 - 4/13

8-11

$105/$115

41011.33

F

3:30 - 5:00 pm

4/20 - 6/1

8-11

$105/$115

41012.31

F

5:15 - 6:45 pm

1/12 - 2/23

12-17

$105/$115

41012.32

F

5:15 - 6:45 pm

3/1 - 4/13

12-17

$105/$115

41012.33

F

5:15 - 6:45 pm

4/20 - 6/1

12-17

$105/$115

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation

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Youth Sports

SkyHawks Hoopster Tots (3-5 yrs)

Learning basketball has never been more fun! We play a variety of fun games to develop balance, movement and other motor skills. The program introduces fundamental basketball skills and team concepts to participants as well as promoting listening and following instructions. The class is very active, engaging and fun! Adjustable hoops and appropriately sized basketballs are used to always provide just the right amount of challenge. The Froggies program uses a variety of fun games to develop balance, movement, and basketball skills as well as listening to instructions. In the Rabbits program, fun skill development games are played as well as some introduction to basketball and team concepts, along with some small-sided scrimmaging. Instructed by Skyhawks Staff and held in the Auxiliary Gym. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

40016.31

W

5:45 - 6:35 pm

2/14 - 3/28*1

3-5

$115/$125

40016.32

W

5:45 - 6:35 pm

4/18 - 5/23

3-5

$115/$125

40013.31

M

5:45 - 6:35 pm

2/12 - 3/26*2

3-4

$115/$125

40013.32

M

5:30 - 6:20 pm

4/16 - 5/21

3-4

$115/$125

T

5:30 - 6:20 pm

2/13 - 3/27*3

4-5

$115/$125

5:30 - 6:20 pm

4/17 - 5/22

4-5

$115/$125

Froggies

Rabbits 40014.31 40014.32

T

No class * 2/21; * 2/19; * 2/20 1

2

3

SkyHawks Basketball (6-12 yrs)

Skyhawks basketball will teach participants the skills they need for both on and off the court to be a better athlete. Our sport specific staff will focus on passing, shooting, dribbling and rebounding while also incorporating critical life skills such as respect and teamwork. Skyhawks coaches will prepare your child for their next step into basketball. Instructed by Skyhawks Staff and held in the Auxiliary Gym.

SkyHawks Flag Football (7-12 yrs)

Skyhawks flag football is the perfect program for your young athletes who want a complete introduction to America’s Game or for those who simply want to brush up on their skills in preparation for league play. Through our ‘skills of the day’ participants will learn skills on both sides of the ball including the core components of passing, catching, de-flagging and defensive positioning - all presented in a fun & positive environment. Instructed by Skyhawk Staff. Class held at John D Morgan Park, “Rincon Loop”, 540 W Rincon Ave, 95008. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

48001.31

T

4:15 - 5:15 pm

2/13 - 3/27*

7-12

$125/$135

48001.32

T

4:15 - 5:15 pm

4/17 - 5/22

7-12

$125/$135

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

3:45 - 4:45 pm

1/26 - 3/23*

1

40011.31

F

40011.32

F

6-8

$139/$149

3:45 - 4:45 pm

3/30 - 5/25*2

6-8

$139/$149

F

4:50 - 5:50 pm

1/26 - 3/23*

1

40015.31 40015.32

8-11

$139/$149

F

4:50 - 5:50 pm

3/30 - 5/25*2

8-11

$139/$149

40012.31

F

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/26 - 3/23*1

9-12

$139/$149

40012.32

F

6:00 - 7:00 pm

3/30 - 5/25*

9-12

$139/$149

2

No class *1 2/23; *2 4/13

*No class 2/20

SKYHAWKS SOUTH BAY RAINOUT HOTLINE

Please call the number below two hours before the start time of the program to check for cancellation due to weather.

(408) 620-7649

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Youth Sports

Skateboarding: Beginners (6-14 yrs)

Instruction is geared towards those with very little to no experience on a skateboard. Students will learn such skills as pushing properly, foot positioning, and orientation with some obstacles. Class instructed by Campbell Skatepark Staff. All participants must bring their own board and safety equipment (helmet, knee pads and elbow pads).

Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday 3:00 pm - Dusk Saturday and Sunday: 12:00 pm - Dusk 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 liability release form on file, and required safety gear to participate.

Required Safety Equipment: Helmets – Knee pads – Elbow pads

Skatepark Membership

Use the Campbell Skatepark an unlimited number of times July 1, 2018 through June 30, 2019 for only $25! Non-members can pay a daily fee of $1.00 per person. 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

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, visit our website at www.cityofcampbell.com/skatepark

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Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

30110.31

T

3:30 - 4:30 pm

4/17 - 5/21

6-14

$68/$75

30210.31

Sa

9:30 - 10:30 am

3/3 - 4/7

6-14

$68/$75

30210.32

Sa

9:30 - 10:30 am

4/21 - 5/26

6-14

$68/$75

Skateboarding: Little Shredders (6-14 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

30220.31

Sa

10:45 - 11:45 am

3/3 - 4/7

6-14

$68/$75

30220.32

Sa

10:45 - 11:45 am

4/21 - 5/26

6-14

$68/$75

Private Skate Lessons

Private lessons (1 or 2 participants) for those seeking private instruction and attention. Lessons are one hour long, and 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

Sat/Sun

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

$58/$65 per hour

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation

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Youth Aquatics

Lifeguard, CPR, & First Aid Training (15+ yrs)

This 30-hour course, held over two weekends on Saturday and Sunday, includes lifeguard skills, CPR, and first aid. The course teaches candidates the knowledge and skills needed to prevent and respond to emergencies in the water and on land. Candidates who successfully complete the class will receive American Red Cross Lifeguard Training, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, and First Aid certification. Students must pass a prerequisite 300-yard continuous swim test, tread water for two minutes (legs only), and retrieve a 10 lb brick in seven feet of water. For successful completion of the class, students must attend all class dates and pass written exam. Instructed by James Redmond and held at the Campbell Community Center pool. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

12000.31

Sa/Su

9:00 - 5:00 pm

4/21 - 4/29

15+

$250/$260

Swim lessons

Campbell Recreation offers swim lessons for children starting at 6 months of age through adult. Lessons are only offered during our summer season (mid-June through mid-August). Registration begins with Early Bird Summer Registration in March. See page 13 for more information. Recreation swim is also available in the summer.

Join our year-round 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 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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Clay Sculpture (10-15 yrs)

This class is designed for older kids who want to do more with clay. We will be teaching the building blocks of hand building techniques (pinch, coil, and slab). If you want to be creative and enjoy a challenge this is the class for you. A $50 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

50925.31

Th

4:30 - 6:00 pm

1/11 - 2/15

10-15

$120

50925.32

Th

4:30 - 6:00 pm

3/1 - 4/5

10-15

$120

50925.33

Th

4:30 - 6:00 pm

4/19 - 5/24

10-15

$120

Youth Potter's Wheel (10-15 yrs)

Hip-Hop/Break-Dance with Mz. K (10-14 yrs)

Teens

Hip-Hop dance refers to street dance styles primarily performed to Hip-Hop music or that have evolved as part of Hip-Hop culture. In this class children will dance to current, age-appropriate Hip-Hop music and learn current styles and steps introduced in an upbeat environment. Dancers ages 6+ will also learn the seven elements of Break-Dance Top Rock, FeetWork, Freezes, Spins, Drops, Treading and Swipes. Class is instructed by Mz. K (Kenyatta Ali) in M-47. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51202.31

Sa

6:30 - 7:30 pm

1/6 - 3/10

10-14

$120/$130

51202.32

Sa

6:30 - 7:30 pm

3/17 - 5/26*

10-14

$120/$130

*No class 4/7

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 $50 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

50951.31

T

4:30 - 6:00 pm

1/9 - 2/13

10-15

$225

50951.32

T

4:30 - 6:00 pm

2/27 - 4/3

10-15

$225

50951.33

T

4:30 - 6:00 pm

4/17 - 5/22

10-15

$225

50950.31

W

4:30 - 6:00 pm

1/10 - 2/14

10-15

$225

50950.32

W

4:30 - 6:00 pm

2/28 - 4/4

10-15

$225

50950.33

W

4:30 - 6:00 pm

4/18 - 5/23

10-15

$225

Beginning Knitting for Kids (10-15 yrs)

Kids can knit, too! Students will learn the basics of knitting, dye their own yarn, and knit their own hat! A $50 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

50960.31

Th

4:45 - 5:45 pm

1/11 - 2/15

10-15

$120

50960.32

Th

4:45 - 5:45 pm

3/1 - 4/5

10-15

$120

50960.33

Th

4:45 - 5:45 pm

4/19 - 5/24

10-15

$120

Hula I/II (12+ yrs)

This dance class is comprised of beginning and intermediate hula students who desire a non-competitive learning environment. Students will be taught the basics of Hula and Tahitian dance, along with basic information on culture, history and language. Regular attendance and practice for this class provides a low impact aerobic workout, helps with coordination, grace and memory - all while you have fun and learn something new! Hula I/II students are also able participate in performances during the year. A $35+ material fee for the pahu skirt is required at the first class for new students. Class is instructed by Desiree Elder and held in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51403.31

Th

6:30 - 7:20 pm

2/1 - 3/22*1

12+

$84/$91

51403.32

Th

6:30 - 7:20 pm

4/5 - 5/24*

12+

$84/$91

2

No class *1 2/22; *2 4/12

Polynesian Dance Performance Group (15+ yrs)

This dance class is comprised of intermediate and advanced students who are quick learners and on their way to mastering hula basics. Students will learn dances from Hawaii and French Polynesia – along with culture, history and language basics. The class is taught at a slightly accelerated pace. Minimally, students must have or purchase from instructor - puilli (split bamboo) implement. NEW students are required to purchase a class pa’u skirt/matching hair flower ($48). Class is instructed by Desiree Elder and M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

51404.31

Th

7:30 - 9:00 pm

2/1 - 3/22*1

15+

$90/$97

51404.32

Th

7:30 - 9:00 pm

4/5 - 5/24*2

15+

$90/$97

No class * 2/22; * 4/12 1

2

Mixed Media Canvas Collage (10-15 yrs)

Come in and learn how to create one of a kind art works. We will be painting canvases and adding mixed media and collage. No experience necessary, just a passion for art. A $50 material fee is due at the class. Class is held at The Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave., 95008.

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Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50988.31

F

4:45 - 5:45 pm

1/12 - 2/16

10-15

$120

50988.32

F

4:45 - 5:45 pm

3/2 - 4/6

10-15

$120

50988.33

F

4:45 - 5:45 pm

4/20 - 5/25

10-15

$120

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation

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Teens

Theatre Essential Workshop (12-17 yrs) NEW!

Join us in this active theatre workshop environment for exciting theatre games, improvisations, movement activities, team building, and ensemble work. Throughout the class, we will develop performance skills such as comic timing, physicality, concentration and characterization through a range of easy and accessible activities that are both fun and creative. First time or reluctant performers will be supported by our cooperative approach to performing. Experienced performers will be challenged by the many opportunities to express their creativity. This class will culminate in a short, public performance. Class is instructed by Brian Conway and held in E-42. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

53500.31

W

3:15 - 4:10 pm

1/17 - 3/14*1

12-17

$60/$67

53500.32

W

3:15 - 4:10 pm

3/21 - 5/16*

12-17

$60/$67

2

R/NR Fee

No class *1 2/7; *2 4/11

Speech & Debate Workshop (12-17 yrs) NEW!

Effective communication is an essential skill and being able to express our ideas clearly for school, our career is important to our success. Public speaking is a practical skill that we need, yet everyone dreads having to deliver a speech in public. Have no fear! In this participation class, we’ll learn communication and listening skills, increasing students’ confidence through informal speaking activities and small group discussions, before presenting formal speeches. Students will learn the basics of speaking techniques as well as learn writing skills that will enable them to formulate an argument, supported by logical reasoning and valid evidence, from credible sources. Finally, students will research, discuss and debate current events. The second session is geared for continuing students.Class is instructed by Brian Conway and held in E-42. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

54900.31

W

54900.32

W

Ages

R/NR Fee

4:15 - 5:10 pm

1/17 - 3/14*

1

12-17

$60/$67

4:15 - 5:10 pm

3/21 - 5/16*2

12-17

$60/$67

No class * 2/7; * 4/11 1

2

Teen Training Opportunities!

Leaders-in-Training (ages 14-16) and Junior Lifeguards (ages 12-14) programs give teens leadership skills and work experience in day camps or aquatics programs. Information available in February at www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation.

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Teen Vocals (13-17 yrs)

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. Instructed by SJG School of Music Staff. Class held in M-48 (pre-school room). Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

53943.31

M

6:15 - 7:00 pm

1/8 - 2/26*

13-17

$131

*No class 1/15, 2/19

Safe Sitter: Babysitting Course (13-17 yrs)

Safe Sitter is a training program 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 or her child care skills and abilities. Students must be 13-17 years old to take this course and they will receive a certification card upon completion of this course. Students need to bring a sack lunch to class. Class is held at the Santa Clara County Fire Department Headquarters, 14700 Winchester Boulevard, Los Gatos, 95032 (across from Bay Club Courtside). Activity #

Days

Time

Date

Ages

52225.31

Sa

9:00 - 3:30 pm

4/14

13-17 $35/$42

R/NR Fee

Online Drivers' Education Course (15+ yrs)

This Online Drivers Education Course is approved by the California Department of Motor Vehicles. Reading, flash graphics, videos and quizzes will prepare the student to pass the written DMV test. Students simply log on to the website, enroll and begin immediately! For more information about the course and to register, visit www. economicdrivingschool.com/online. When registering, students should answer the question: ‘How did you hear about us?’ by choosing ‘City Activity Guide’, Enter code: 2105. The cost of the class is $68.50.

Summer Jobs with Campbell Recreation!

Recruitment for summer jobs kicks off February 2, 2018. Go to www.cityofcampbell.com/hr to view job postings for Recreation Leaders and Lifeguards and learn how to apply.

Information: (408) 866-2104


Teens

Campbell Youth Commission

The City of Campbell has a fifteen-member Youth Commission that acts in an advisory capacity to Campbell City Council on matters relating to youth and teens. Youth Commissioners should be Campbell residents during the 2018-2019 school year and enrolled in grades 7 through 12. For those appointed to the commission, they will serve a one year term, September through May. Interested teens may reapply for up to a three term maximum. The Commission should be diverse, a strong representation of Campbell youth. The commissioners will be individuals who can contribute different elements to the group and together make a cohesive youth commission. Questions about the commission and application process should be directed to Jenny Bybee, Recreation Specialist at jennyb@cityofcampbell.com or (408) 866-2778.

Campbell

T ee n

Youth Commission

Campbell Rec Volunteer Opportunities

Please contact us now at laurenm@cityofcampbell. com regarding these upcoming events! (We ask that an adult supervisor accompany any volunteer under age 14.) Valentine 10K & 5K Fun Run/Walk is Saturday, February 10. The race start and finish line at Campbell Park. Volunteers needed from 7:00 am to 12 Noon. Campbell Recreation Dance Recital is Saturday, May 5. Volunteers needed from 9:00 am to 12 Noon.

Job F A iR Friday, February 9

@ Orchard City Banquet Hall

Hosted by the Campbell Youth Commission and the Civic Improvment Commission. For more information, visit www .CampbellTeens.com.

CAMPBELL LIBRARY 77 Harrison Ave. Campbell, CA 95008 (408) 866-1991 www.sccl.org/campbell LIBRARY HOURS: Monday: 1:00 pm–9:00 pm Tuesday: 1:00 pm–9:00 pm Wednesday: 10:00 am–9:00 pm Thursday: 10:00 am–6:00 pm Friday: 10:00 am–6:00 pm Saturday: 10:00 am–6:00 pm Sunday: Closed

The Campbell Library is a member of the Santa Clara County Library District. As a member, we provide the following: • Full service computers • Events for all ages • Storytimes • A dedicated teen space • Meeting Room • Children’s area • Book drop for returning items accessible 24 hours • Self-check stations • 24/7 access to our Virtual Library’s eBooks & eResources

MV Coding Club: Instruction offered in partnership with MV Code Club. MV Code Club is a hands-on program that teaches kids coding. With an individualized approach, customized curriculum, and the most experienced instructors, they empower kids to express themselves through coding. Kids develop their own games, apps and website, learning coding experientially. Grades 5-8, registration required.

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Adult Drop-In Fitness

Become a Corporate Member!

Lap Swimming Weight Room Spinning Yoga Pilates

Campbell Community Center Drop-In Fitness Program Corporate Membership Community-based businesses are encouraged to register for the Corporate Membership Program. For a small fee, this program entitles employees of the business the use of all Drop-In Fitness activities listed on the adjacent page. Classes are offered in the early morning and after-work hours to accommodate most Corporate Members. This program is an excellent way for employers to provide fitness and recreation for their employees while staying close to work!

Body Sculpt Badminton Basketball Volleyball

Corporate Membership Fees (number of employees in corporation/business) Up to 25 26-99 100+ $300 per trimester

$400 $450 per trimester per trimester

$750 full year

$975 $1100 full year full year

For more information, please contact Jennifer at (408) 866-2768 or email jenniferc@cityofcampbell.com

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Adult Drop-In Fitness

Campbell Community Center Drop-In Fitness Program On-going and available to everyone ages 18 and up.

AMENITIES: The renovated Weight Room has a variety of new equipment including a TRX Suspension Trainer, ellipticals, treadmills, rowing machine, leg, shoulder, and chest machines. In addition, we have a variety of dumbbells, kettle bells, medicine balls, stability balls, and much more. Everything you need to get in shape and stay that way! Please make note: Locker room and showers are available for use during lap swim hours only. Bring your own lock and towel. GROUP EXERCISE CLASSES: Group fitness programs are instructor-led classes. Please bring water and a small towel for Spinning. For Yoga, Pilates, and Body Sculpt classes, participants will need to bring water, a towel, and a mat. All Drop-In Facilities are CLOSED for following holidays: 12/18/2017 through 1/1/2018, 1/15, 2/19, 4/1, 5/28, 7/4

WEIGHT ROOM Days

Time

LAP SWIMMING

Location

M-F

6:00 - 8:00 am

Weight Rm

M-F

11:30 - 2:00 pm

Weight Rm

M/W

4:00 - 7:00 pm

Weight Rm

T/Th

6:30 - 9:00 pm

Weight Rm

Sa/Su

8:00 - 10:30 am

Weight Rm

Location

Days

Time

M-F

6:00 - 8:00 am

Pool

M-F

11:30 - 1:30 pm

Pool

M-Th

7:15 - 9:00 pm

Pool

Sa/Su

8:00 - 10:30 am

Pool

(enter through Weight Rm)

BODY SCULPT Days

Time

Location

M/F

12:15 - 1:00 pm

Rm M-47

M/W

6:15 - 7:15 pm

Rm M-50

Pa ss

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 SPINNING Days

Time

Location

M/W/F

12:15 - 1:00 pm

Fitness Ctr

ss ne t i F

10 Visits $50

VOLLEYBALL Days

Time

Location

T/Th

11:30 - 1:45 pm

Main Gym

M/F

7:00 - 10:00 pm

Main Gym

Pa ss

Good for 10 visits and never expires!

ss ne t i F

20 Visits $80

Good for 20 visits and never expires!

Days

Time

Location

Th

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Rm M-47

Days

Time

Location

W/F

11:30-1:30 pm

Main Gym

Pa ss

PILATES

BASKETBALL

ss ne Fit

Monthly $55

Unlimited visits within a calendar month

Initial purchase of passes must be made at the Weight Room during drop-in hours. Renew or reload your card online or in-person at the Weight Room or Recreation Office during operating hours. A $5 fee is charged for the replacement of a lost or stolen scannable card only.

YOGA Days

T

Time

Location

12:00 - 1:00 pm

Rm Q-84

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BADMINTON Days

Sa

Time

6:00-10:00 pm

Location

Main Gym

Adults age 50 and better may purchase fitness passes at a discounted price. ID and date of birth are required upon purchase.

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Adult Flex Classes* Basic Yoga (18+ yrs)

Each class integrates breathing techniques, postures, and relaxation. Come explore classical standing, seated and reclining yoga postures focusing on alignment while developing flexibility, strength, and balance skills. Learn basic meditation and breathing techniques (pranayama) and finish with restorative poses. Great for all levels of experience and flexibility. Please bring a mat and a thick, firm blanket to class. Class instructed by Debby Edwards and held in M-47.

Pilates (18+ yrs)

Pilates focuses on building core stability, increasing flexibility, improving balance and control within the body and strengthening of longer, leaner muscles. Benefits include better posture, body awareness and reduced tension, leading to lasting benefits in your daily life. Workouts are fun and challenging, incorporating small weights, Pilates rings and rollers. Students should bring a mat and water. Class instructed by Cristina Walski and held in E-42.

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

29110.31

M

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/8 - 2/26*

$54/$61

21100.31

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/3 - 1/29*1

$63/$70

29110.32

M

6:00 - 7:00 pm

3/5 - 4/9

$54/$61

21100.32

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

2/5 - 2/28*2

$63/$70

29110.33

M

6:00 - 7:00 pm

4/16 - 5/21

$54/$61

21100.33

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

3/7 - 3/28

$63/$70

21100.34

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

4/4 - 4/25

$63/$70

21100.35

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

5/2 - 5/23

$63/$70

*No class 1/15, 2/19

Flow Yoga Express (18+ yrs)

No class * 1/15; * 2/19 1

Flow Yoga Express is all about efficiently fitting the best elements of breath, fluid movement, and the sweet sweat of a vinyasa flow into a one-hour class. Let our instructor nurture your heart, soul, and body in the many benefits of this practice. Basic yoga experience helpful. Please bring a mat and a thick, firm blanket to class. Class is instructed by Debby Edwards and held in C-35. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

29121.31

W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/3 - 2/14

$63/$70

29121.32

W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

2/21 - 4/4

$63/$70

29121.33

W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

4/11 - 5/23

$63/$70

2

Restorative Pilates (18+ yrs)

Pilates focuses on mind/body integration, utilizing core stabilization and breath control. Stretching and strengthening exercises are included in this mind/body integration. Practicing these exercises on a regular basis will help you to feel more fit, have better muscle tone, posture and balance. Along with regular Pilates practice, you will also gain more body awareness, flexibility, and strength. Students should bring a mat and water. Instructed by Heidi Marlinghaus on Tuesdays, and Cristina Walski on Thursdays. Held in E-42. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

21101.31

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/2 - 1/25

$72/$79

21101.32

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

2/1 - 2/27

$72/$79

21101.33

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

3/6 - 3/29

$72/$79

21101.34

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

4/5 - 5/1

$72/$79

21101.35

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

5/8 - 5/31

$72/$79

Power Pilates & Core Conditioning (18+ yrs)

All levels welcome! Boost your 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 you achieve your goals! Students should bring a mat and water. Class instructed by Cristina Walski and held in M-50. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

21500.31

Sa

9:00 - 10:00 am

1/6 - 2/24*

$54/$61

21500.32

Sa

9:00 - 10:00 am

3/3 - 4/7

$54/$61

21500.33

Sa

9:00 - 10:00 am

4/14 - 5/19

$54/$61

*No class 1/13, 2/17

* Recreation Flex Pass 18+

The Recreation Flex Pass may be used for an assortment of the Adult 18+ fitness classes. This pass allows you the flexibility to participate in a variety of classes without having to register for a full session. The Recreation Flex Pass does not expire and is good for the classes listed on pages 38 and 39 only (this is a separate pass from the Adult Center 50+ Flex Pass). Participation in each class will be on a space available basis. Classes are subject to change. No refunds or transfers offered. 8 class pass $80 PARTICIPATING CLASSES: Activities listed on pages 38-40.

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Spinning (18+ yrs)

Spinning provides a safe, effective, and challenging workout for all levels. Benefits include an increase in heart and lung performance, stronger legs and core, and a boost in your endurance. Once you are conditioned by Spinning, the benefits translate to a stronger performance in other activities. Expect to burn some serious calories in this fun and challenging class! Students should bring a mat and water. Class instructed by Riba Rouhizadeh and held in Fitness Center/Spinning Room.

Spin Mix (18+ yrs)

Adult Flex Classes*

Spinning builds a stonger cardiovascular system, throw in strength and resistance training, and you’ve got Spin Mix! This class is the perfect combo when time is of the essence, and all levels are welcomed. Participants should wear a cross-trainer type shoe which can be used for both Spinning and strength training. Students should bring a mat and water. ‘M/W’ class meets in the Weight Room and Fitness Center/ Spinning Room. ‘Tu/Th’ class meets in Fitness Center/Spinning Room. R/NR Fee

R/NR Fee

20101.31

M/W

8:15 - 9:15 pm

1/3 - 1/29*1

$63/$70

20005.31

T/Th

7:15 - 8:00 pm

1/2 - 1/25

$54/$61

20101.32

M/W

8:15 - 9:15 pm

2/5 - 2/28*2

$63/$70

20005.32

T/Th

7:15 - 8:00 pm

2/1 - 2/27

$54/$61

20101.33

M/W

8:15 - 9:15 pm

3/7 - 3/28

$63/$70

20005.33

T/Th

7:15 - 8:00 pm

3/6 - 3/29

$54/$61

20101.34

M/W

8:15 - 9:15 pm

4/4 - 4/25

$63/$70

20005.34

T/Th

7:15 - 8:00 pm

4/5 - 5/1

$54/$61

20101.35

M/W

8:15 - 9:15 pm

5/2 - 5/23

$63/$70

20005.35

T/Th

7:15 - 8:00 pm

5/8 - 5/31

$54/$61

20105.31

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/2 - 1/25

$72/$79

20105.32

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

2/1 - 2/27

$72/$79

20105.33

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

3/6 - 3/29

$72/$79

20105.34

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

4/5 - 5/1

$72/$79

20105.35

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

5/8 - 5/31

$72/$79

Moderate Spinning (18+ yrs)

This 45-minute class reinforces the fundamentals of spinning, including basics of bike set-up, heart rate ranges, use of resistance, and position transitions. Wear cool, comfortable clothing, hard-soled shoes (like walking or tennis shoes), bring a small towel, and water. Class instructed by Emma Oliveri in the Fitness Center/Spinning Room. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

20011.31

M/W

7:30 - 8:15 pm

1/3 - 1/29*1

$47/$52

20011.32

M/W

7:30 - 8:15 pm

2/5 - 2/28*2

$47/$52

20011.33

M/W

7:30 - 8:15 pm

3/7 - 3/28

$47/$52

20011.34

M/W

7:30 - 8:15 pm

4/4 - 4/25

$47/$52

20011.35

M/W

7:30 - 8:15 pm

5/2 - 5/23

$47/$52

No class *1 1/15; *2 2/19

Instr.

Correia

Dates

Dates

Jennifer

Time

Time

Lloyd

Days

Days

Green

Activity #

Activity #

No class * 1/15; * 2/19 1

2

Boot Camp (18+ yrs)

Our Boot Camp instructors are trained to deliver the physically challenging workout you are looking for. Gain strength, get lean, and reach your goals by incorporating your own body weight in exercises such as push-ups, planks, box jumps, and squats. Some equipment used will be suspension straps, agility ladders, medicine balls, and free weights. Exercises will be modified as needed. Is it going to take hard work? Yes. Register today! All levels welcome. Students should bring a mat, towel, and water. ‘M/W’ class meets in Weight Room; ‘T/Th’ class meets in N-76. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee 1

2/5 - 2/28*2

$63/$70 $63/$70

23202.33

M/W

7:05 - 8:05 pm

3/7 - 3/28

$63/$70

23202.34

M/W

7:05 - 8:05 pm

4/4 - 4/25

$63/$70

23202.35

M/W

7:05 - 8:05 pm

5/2 - 5/23

$63/$70

23204.31

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/2 - 1/25

$72/$79

23204.32

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

2/1 - 2/27

$72/$79

23204.33

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

3/6 - 3/29

$72/$79

23204.34

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

4/5 - 5/1

$72/$79

23204.35

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

5/8 - 5/31

$72/$79

Sal

1/3 - 1/29*

7:05 - 8:05 pm

Washington

7:05 - 8:05 pm

M/W

Young

M/W

23202.32

Melissa

23202.31

Instr.

No class *1 1/15; *2 2/19

* Recreation Flex Pass 18+

The Recreation Flex Pass may be used for an assortment of the Adult 18+ fitness classes. This pass allows you the flexibility to participate in a variety of classes without having to register for a full session. The Recreation Flex Pass does not expire and is good for the classes listed on pages 38 and 39 only (this is a separate pass from the Adult Center 50+ Flex Pass). Participation in each class will be on a space available basis. Classes are subject to change. No refunds or transfers offered. 8 class pass $80 PARTICIPATING CLASSES: Activities listed on pages 38-40.

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Adult Flex Classes* Cardio Dance (18+ yrs)

This class combines easy to follow cardio dance with dynamic movement for a total body workout. Dance styles include pop, hip-hop, and country! Come ready to learn great moves with great music for a fun, low impact high energy class. No prior dance experience needed. Class instructed by Karyn Dorcak and held in N-76. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

24155.31

W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/3 - 2/14

$63/$70

24155.32

W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

2/21 - 4/4

$63/$70

24155.33

W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

4/11 - 5/23

$63/$70

Dance Fit (18+ yrs)

Rediscover your joy of dance! Music from multiple genres are choreographed with easy combinations in jazz, lyrical, and musical theater styles. DanceFit keeps you moving from the moment the music starts through your final cool down and stretch. Previous dance experience is recommended. Class instructed by Karyn Dorcak and held in N-76. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

24150.31

T/Th

12:30 - 1:30 pm

1/2 - 1/25

$72/$79

24150.32

T/Th

12:30 - 1:30 pm

2/1 - 2/27

$72/$79

24150.33

T/Th

12:30 - 1:30 pm

3/6 - 3/29

$72/$79

24150.34

T/Th

12:30 - 1:30 pm

4/5 - 5/1

$72/$79

24150.35

T/Th

12:30 - 1:30 pm

5/8 - 5/31

$72/$79

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 your joints. Prerequisite: Must be able to swim 50-yards in under one minute. Instructed by Aquatics Staff and held at the Campbell Community Center Pool.

Zumba (18+ yrs)

Grooving to the Latin beats such as salsa and merengue music feels more like a dance party than a workout! Zumba is for anyone who likes to dance, have fun, get fit, and torch major calories all at the same time! Register today and join the Zumba party! Please bring a towel, water, and wear moveable, breathable clothing, and supportive fitness shoes that allow you to pivot on your feet easily. Class instructed by Cel Galiza and held in N-76.

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

14000.31

T/Th/Sa

6:00 - 7:30 am

1/2 - 1/30

$60/$67

14000.32

T/Th/Sa

6:00 - 7:30 am

2/1 - 2/27

$60/$67

Activity #

Day

14000.33

T/Th/Sa

6:00 - 7:30 am

3/1 - 3/31

$60/$67

24100.31

W

4:30 - 5:30 pm

1/3 - 2/14

$63/$70

14000.34

T/Th/Sa

6:00 - 7:30 am

4/3 - 4/28

$60/$67

24100.32

W

4:30 - 5:30 pm

2/21 - 4/4

$63/$70

14000.35

T/Th/Sa

6:00 - 7:30 am

5/1 - 5/31

$60/$67

24100.33

W

4:30 - 5:30 pm

4/11 - 5/23

$63/$70

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

* Recreation Flex Pass 18+

The Recreation Flex Pass may be used for an assortment of the Adult 18+ fitness classes. This pass allows you the flexibility to participate in a variety of classes without having to register for a full session. The Recreation Flex Pass does not expire and is good for the classes listed on pages 38 and 39 only (this is a separate pass from the Adult Center 50+ Flex Pass). Participation in each class will be on a space available basis. Classes are subject to change. No refunds or transfers offered. 8 class pass $80 PARTICIPATING CLASSES: Activities listed on pages 38-40.

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Sunrise Pilates (18+ yrs)

This 45-minute class incorporates all the fundamentals of Pilates, and is designed to deliver a powerful morning workout in a shorter period of time! You’ll leave feeling great and on your way to a better day! All levels welcome. Students should bring a mat and water. Class instructed by Cristina Walski and held in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

21401.31

M

6:00 - 6:45 am

1/8 - 2/26*

$41/$46

21401.32

M

6:00 - 6:45 am

3/5 - 4/9

$41/$46

21401.33

M

6:00 - 6:45 am

4/16 - 5/21

$41/$46

21402.31

W

6:00 - 6:45 am

1/3 - 2/14

$47/$52

21402.32

W

6:00 - 6:45 am

2/21 - 4/4

$47/$52

21402.33

W

6:00 - 6:45 am

4/11 - 5/23

$47/$52

*No class 1/15, 2/19

The first part of this class will focus on gentle workouts to build strength, promote lean muscle mass, and sculpt. The second part will target flexibility through yoga, static stretching, and self-myofascial release using the foam roller. Students should bring a mat, towel, and water. Instructed by Jamison Jossis in C-35. Days

Time

Campbell Run Club (18+ yrs)

Running just might be the most convenient workout going. Open to all running levels, including beginner! Become a faster, better, and smarter runner with Coach Pete Cushman, a Santa Clara University running coach, who has the experience and expertise to help you reach your goals. You don’t need to be a skilled athlete, and there’s no fancy equipment involved; just lace up your shoes and go. Register today! This class meets at the Campbell Community Center Track. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

26101.31

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/8 - 2/7*1

R/NR Fee

26101.32

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

2/14 - 3/19*

26101.33

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

3/26 - 4/23

26101.34

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

4/30 - 5/30*

$81/$88 2

$81/$88 $81/$88

3

$81/$88

No class *1 1/15 *2 2/19; *3 5/28

Upper Body & Core Strength (18+ yrs)

Fit & Flexible (18+ yrs)

Activity #

Adult Fitness

Dates

R/NR Fee

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/2 - 1/25

$72/$79

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

2/1 - 2/27

$72/$79

23600.33

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

3/6 - 3/29

$72/$79

23600.34

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

4/5 - 5/1

$72/$79

23600.35

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

5/8 - 5/31

$72/$79

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

24000.31

M/W/F

8:15 - 9:15 am

1/3 - 1/26*

24000.32

M/W/F

8:15 - 9:15 am

1/31 - 2/23*2

$53/$60

24000.33

M/W/F

8:15 - 9:15 am

2/28 - 3/21

$53/$60

24000.34

M/W/F

8:15 - 9:15 am

3/26 - 4/16

$53/$60

24000.35

M/W/F

8:15 - 9:15 am

4/20 - 5/11

$53/$60

24000.36

M/W/F

8:15 - 9:15 am

5/16 - 6/8*

$53/$60

Dates

R/NR Fee

7:30 - 8:00 pm

1/3 - 1/29*1

$32/$37

23301.32

M/W

7:30 - 8:00 pm

2/5 - 2/28*2

$32/$37

23301.33

M/W

7:30 - 8:00 pm

3/7 - 3/28

$32/$37

23301.34

M/W

7:30 - 8:00 pm

4/4 - 4/25

$32/$37

23301.35

M/W

7:30 - 8:00 pm

5/2 - 5/23

$32/$37

23302.31

T/Th

7:15 - 7:45 pm

1/2 - 1/25

$36/$41

23302.32

T/Th

7:15 - 7:45 pm

2/1 - 2/27

$36/$41

23302.33

T/Th

7:15 - 7:45 pm

3/6 - 3/29

$36/$41

23302.34

T/Th

7:15 - 7:45 pm

4/5 - 5/1

$36/$41

23302.35

T/Th

7:15 - 7:45 pm

5/8 - 5/31

$36/$41

Instr.

Correia

Wake up, be refreshed, and get fit! Water exercise provides an alternative way to get an invigorating cardiovascular workout. Increase heart strength and lung capacity, muscle tone and shape, while being easy on all your joints. Water weights and water noodles provided for added resistance and suspended exercises. Swimming skills are not required. Instructed by Jennifer Correia and held in our year-round 80 degree outdoor pool.

Time

M/W

Jennifer

Water Exercise (18+ yrs)

Days

Lloyd

T/Th

23600.32

Activity #

23301.31

Green

23600.31

This 30-minute class is determined to pack a punch in your fitness level! You can expect a strict focus on building strength and shape in your core and upper body muscle groups. Class is set to music, conducted in a group exercise setting, and includes a warm-up, cool down, and stretch. A variety of fitness equipment is provided. Students should bring a mat, towel, and water. ‘M/W’ class held in M-50; ‘T/Th’ in N-76.

No class * 1/15; * 2/19 1

2

R/NR Fee 1

3

$53/$60

No class *1 1/15; *2 2/19; *3 5/28

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Adult Fitness

Group Personal Training (18+ yrs)

Personal training in a small group setting. Whether you want a tighter core, stronger legs, toned body, defined arms, you can talk to your trainer about it! Get personalized instructions and corrections from knowledgeable trainers who have been in the business for over 15 years. Please Note: Because of the personalized format, only five spots are available per session. Register today! Meets in Weight Room. Activity #

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

20010.31

Sa

8:00 - 8:30 am

1/6 - 2/24*1

$27/$32

20010.32

Sa

8:00 - 8:30 am

3/3 - 4/7

$27/$32

20010.33

Sa

8:00 - 8:30 am

4/14 - 5/19

$27/$32

No class *1 1/13, 2/17

Boot Camp (50+ yrs)

Are you looking for an exciting way to get in shape or to jump-start your current fitness program? Then this adventure is for you! Whether you are a beginner, an avid fitness enthusiast, or just tired of the same routine challenge yourself with this fast- paced, calorie-blasting workout. You will learn about Interval training, which includes cardio, core work, and weight resistance. All of this is used to increase your endurance, make you stronger, plus boost your fitness level and energy. Join this special 50+ class to work out with your peers. Modifications offered for all fitness levels. Students should bring a mat, towel, and water. Class is instructed by Sal Washington and meets in Weight Room/Track. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

23220.31

M/W

5:00 - 5:45 pm

1/3 - 1/29*1

$42/$47

23220.32

M/W

5:00 - 5:45 pm

2/5 - 2/28*2

$42/$47

23220.33

M/W

5:00 - 5:45 pm

3/7 - 3/28

$42/$47

23220.34

M/W

5:00 - 5:45 pm

4/4 - 4/25

$42/$47

23220.35

M/W

5:00 - 5:45 pm

5/2 - 5/23

$42/$47

Instr.

$78/$85

23210.32

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/31 - 2/14

$78/$85

23210.33

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

2/21 - 3/7

$78/$85

23210.34

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

3/14 - 3/28

$78/$85

23210.35

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

4/4 - 4/18

$78/$85

23210.36

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

4/25 - 5/9

$78/$85

23210.37

M/W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

5/16 - 6/4*2

$78/$85

23211.31

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 am

1/9 - 1/23

$78/$85

23211.32

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 am

1/30 - 2/13

$78/$85

23211.33

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 am

2/20 - 3/6

$78/$85

23211.34

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 am

3/13 - 3/27

$78/$85

23211.35

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 am

4/3 - 4/17

$78/$85

23211.36

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 am

4/24 - 5/8

$78/$85

23211.37

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 am

5/15 - 5/29

$78/$85

Ortiz

Days

R/NR Fee

1/8 - 1/24*1

Jason

Activity #

Dates

6:00 - 7:00 pm

Young

BEGINNING: No prior Spinning experience needed for this 30-minute class. In 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. Wear cool, comfortable clothing, hard-soled shoes (like walking or tennis shoes), bring a small towel, and water.Class instructed by Emma Oliveri in the Fitness Center/Spinning Room.

Time

M/W

Melissa

Beginning Spinning (18+ yrs)

Days

23210.31

No class * 1/15; * 5/28 1

2

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

23307.31

T/Th

5:30 - 6:30 pm

1/2 - 2/8

$69/$76

23307.32

T/Th

5:30 - 6:30 pm

2/13 - 3/22

$69/$76

23307.33

T/Th

5:30 - 6:30 pm

3/27 - 5/3

$69/$76

23307.34

T/Th

5:30 - 6:30 pm

5/8 - 6/14

$69/$76

Total Body Fitness (50+ yrs)

Improve muscle tone, strength, endurance, and flexibility with this non-stop fun yet challenging toning and cardio workout that uses hand weights, medicine balls, resistance bands, and bosu balls. This is a great way to increase your metabolism and transform your body from head to toe! Students should bring a mat and water. Instructed by Mary Kearns and held in N-76. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

23305.31

T/Th

4:35 - 5:20 pm

1/2 - 2/8

$52/$59

23305.32

T/Th

4:35 - 5:20 pm

2/13 - 3/22

$52/$59

23305.33

T/Th

4:35 - 5:20 pm

3/27 - 5/3

$52/$59

23305.34

T/Th

4:35 - 5:20 pm

5/8 - 6/14

$52/$59

No class *1 1/15; *2 2/19

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Information: (408) 866-2104


Introduction 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. Instructed by Greg de Vries, and held in L-58. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

29200.31

T

6:30 - 8:00 pm

1/23 - 2/20

$68/$75

29200.32

T

6:30 - 8:00 pm

3/20 - 4/17

$68/$75

Sunrise Yoga (18+ yrs) NEW!

Adult Fitness

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. Class instructed by Cheryl Larson. Tuesday classes held in E-42; Thursdays in Q-84. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

29133.31

T

9:30 - 11:00 am

1/23 - 3/27*

29133.32

T

9:30 - 11:00 am

4/17 - 5/22

29132.31

Th

6:00 - 7:30 pm

1/25 - 3/22*

29132.32

Th

6:00 - 7:30 pm

4/19 - 5/17

1

$92/$99 $62/$69

2

$72/$79 $52/$59

No class *1 2/20; *2 2/1, 2/22

This 45-minute class incorporates all the fundamentals of Yoga and is designed to deliver a mindful morning workout in a shorter period of time! You’ll leave feeling complete and on your way to a better day! All levels welcome. Instructed by Melissa Hudnell and held in M-47.

Hatha Yoga Workshop (18+ yrs) Individual Balance

Come with your individual questions regarding sitting, standing, reclining and/or walking in comfort and balance. Spend 1.5 hours focused on applying balance principles to any daily activity. Leave relaxed and inspired. Each class is open to one student. All levels welcome. Students should dress in layers, and bring two bed pillows and an optional smaller pillow. Instructed by Cheryl Larson and held in E-42.

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

29140.31

T

6:00 - 6:45 am

1/9 - 2/20

$47/$52

29140.32

T

6:00 - 6:45 am

2/27 - 4/10

$47/$52

29140.33

T

6:00 - 6:45 am

4/17 - 5/29

$47/$52

29141.31

Th

6:00 - 6:45 am

1/11 - 2/22

$47/$52

29141.32

Th

6:00 - 6:45 am

3/1 - 4/12

$47/$52

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

29141.33

Th

6:00 - 6:45 am

4/19 - 5/31

$47/$52

29134.31

T

12:30 - 2:00 pm

3/6

$82/$89

29134.32

T

12:30 - 2:00 pm

3/20

$82/$89

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. Students should bring a mat, and pillow. Class instructed by Cheryl Larson and held in E-42. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

29130.31

M

4:15 - 5:45 pm

1/22 - 3/26*1

$85/$92

29130.32

M

4:15 - 5:45 pm

4/16 - 5/21

$56/$63

29131.31

Th

4:15 - 5:45 pm

1/25 - 3/22*2

$66/$73

29131.32

Th

4:15 - 5:45 pm

4/19 - 5/17

$47/$52

No class *1 2/19; *2 2/1, 2/22

Also try drop-in Yoga 18+ held Tuesdays from 12:00 - 1:00 pm. See page 37 for more information

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Adult Sports

Get active, hone your skills, build team camaraderie, 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 Sports Leagues registration information, registration packets, scores, and standings, please visit the City of Campbell website at www.cityofcampbell.com/sportszone or email carlor@cityofcampbell.com. Drop-In Sports 18+ are also available. Come as an individual or with friends for pick-up games. For a complete open gym schedule, please see page 37.

Adult Basketball Leagues (18+ yrs)

Full court basketball leagues for adults (18+) are offered year round. All games are played at the Campbell Community Center. Registration is by TEAM ONLY. League fees: $788 R/$848 NR team. Resident (R) teams consist of six or more Campbell residents.

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 (Advanced Beginner) play Tuesday Nights; Level 3 (Intermediate) play Thursday Nights. Game times: 7:05, 8:05; and 9:05 pm. Roster and payment due at registration. Held at the Campbell Community Center Gyms. Activity #

Level

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Team Fee

40102.31

2

T

6:05 - 10:05 pm

1/23 - 4/3

$788/$848

40103.31

3

Th

6:05 - 10:05 pm

1/25 - 3/29

$788/$848

40104.31

4

T

6:05 - 10:05 pm

1/23 - 4/3

$788/$848

40105.31

5

M

6:05 - 10:05 pm

1/22 - 4/2*

$788/$848

*No games 2/19

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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. Roster and payment due at registration. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Team Fee

40109.31

W

6:05 - 10:05 pm

1/24 - 3/28

$788/$848

Basketball Leagues: Women: Kramer (18+ yrs)

This 14 week league has a leveling day where teams are separated by skill level to provide balanced teams. Game times: 7:05; 8:05; and 9:05 pm. Registration is by individual only. Please visit our website or contact recreation@cityofcampbell.com for complete registration information and a registration packet. Held in the Auxiliary Gym. Payment due at registration. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

40100.31

W

6:05 - 10:05 pm

2/7 - 5/30

$115/$125

Information: (408) 866-2104


Adult Sports

Volleyball Leagues: Co-Ed (18+ yrs)

Co-Ed volleyball leagues for adults (18+) are offered Thursday nights at the Campbell Community Center. Division B (advanced) and Division C (intermediate) leagues play Thursday nights. Game times are 7:05; 8:05; and 9:05 pm. League fees for 10-game season: $497 R/$547 NR team. Resident (R) teams consist of five or more Campbell residents. Registration is by TEAM ONLY. Roster and payment due upon registration. Held in the Campbell Community Center Main Gym. Activity #

Div.

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

41100.31

B

Th

6:05 - 10:05 pm

2/1 - 4/19

$497/$547

41101.31

C

Th

6:05 - 10:05 pm

2/1 - 4/19

$497/$547

Also try drop-in Sports 18+ Come as an individual or with friends for pick-up games See page 37 for more information

Judo/Ju Jitsu/Submission Grappling (18+ yrs)

Get fit with the power and discipline of Ju Jitsu. Learn the arts of Danzan Ryu Ju Jitsu and Kodokan Judo. Students learn to use body mechanics, leverage and knowledge of human anatomy and psychology to nullify an attacker’s ability and will to fight. Kicks, strikes, joint-locks, throws, and pins and ground defense are integrated into a complete system of self defense. If students wish to participate in belt testing, there is an additional fee payable to the instructor. Students need to wear loose comfortable clothing or purchase a JuJitsu Gi. Class instructed by Hans Ingebretsen, who holds a seventh degree black belt. Class held in M-50. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

43110.31

T/Th

7:30 - 9:00 pm

1/2 - 3/8*

43110.32

T/Th

7:30 - 9:00 pm

3/15 - 5/31*2

$200/$210

1

$200/$210

No class *1 2/27; *2 4/3, 4/5, 4/10, 4/12

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Adult Sports | Dance

Tennis Instruction

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 four students per class). Students need to bring their own tennis racket and bottled water. All classes are co-ed unless noted otherwise. FOR PRIVATE LESSONS, SEE PAGE 27.

Tennis: Beginning (18+ yrs)

Beginning 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. Brand new tennis students are advised to repeat the beginning level at least twice. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

42111.31

W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/3 - 1/17

$41/$46

42111.32

W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/31 - 2/14

$41/$46

Tennis courts at the Campbell Community 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.

Tennis: Advanced Beginning (18+ yrs)

Advanced Beginning classes are for players who have a general knowledge of the game and have the ability to maintain a rally for five strokes. Advanced Beginning lessons will be focused on the serve and volley, specialty shots, strategy and fine-tuning strokes. Students can re-take lessons at the Advanced Beginner level until comfortable to advance. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

42121.31

W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

2/28 - 3/14

$41/$46

42121.32

W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

3/28 - 4/11

$41/$46

42121.33

W

6:00 - 7:00 pm

5/2 - 5/16

$41/$46

42122.31

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/2 - 1/18

$82/$89

42122.32

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

1/30 - 2/15

$82/$89

42122.33

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

2/27 - 3/15

$82/$89

42122.34

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

3/27 - 4/12

$82/$89

42122.35

T/Th

6:00 - 7:00 pm

5/1 - 5/17

$82/$89

Tennis: Intermediate (18+ yrs)

Intermediate 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. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

42134.31

W

7:00 - 8:00 pm

1/3 - 1/17

$41/$46

42134.32

W

7:00 - 8:00 pm

1/31 - 2/14

$41/$46

42134.33

W

7:00 - 8:00 pm

2/28 - 3/14

$41/$46

42134.34

W

7:00 - 8:00 pm

3/28 - 4/11

$41/$46

42134.35

W

7:00 - 8:00 pm

5/2 - 5/16

$41/$46

42133.31

T/Th

7:00 - 8:00 pm

1/2 - 1/18

$82/$89

42133.32

T/Th

7:00 - 8:00 pm

1/30 - 2/15

$82/$89

42133.33

T/Th

7:00 - 8:00 pm

2/27 - 3/15

$82/$89

42133.34

T/Th

7:00 - 8:00 pm

3/27 - 4/12

$82/$89

42133.35

T/Th

7:00 - 8:00 pm

5/1 - 5/17

$82/$89

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Intermediate Jazz Dance (18+ yrs)

This class is composed of intermediate and advanced dancers with strong jazz/ballet training. Styles include jazz, lyrical, and musical theater with an emphasis on technique and correct form. Students will warm up, stretch, work on technique, then spend most of the class learning routines in a supportive and fun atmosphere. Jazz shoes or jazz sneakers are required. Class is instructed by Valerie Graham in N-76. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

51720.31

W

7:30 - 9:00 pm

1/10 - 3/28

$150/$160

51720.32

W

7:30 - 9:00 pm

4/4 - 6/6

$125/$135

Information: (408) 866-2104


Adult Dance

Polynesian Dance Performance Group (15+ yrs)

This dance class is comprised of intermediate and advanced students who are quick learners and on their way to mastering hula basics. Students will learn dances from Hawaii and French Polynesia – along with culture, history and language basics. The class is taught at a slightly accelerated pace. Minimally, students must have or purchase from instructor - puilli (split bamboo) implement. NEW students are required to purchase a class pa’u skirt/matching hair flower ($48). Class is instructed by Desiree Elder and M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

51404.31

Th

51404.32

Th

Ages

R/NR Fee

7:30 - 9:00 pm

2/1 - 3/22*

1

15+

$90/$97

7:30 - 9:00 pm

4/5 - 5/24*2

15+

$90/$97

No class *1 2/22; *2 4/12

Hip-Hop Dance (18+ yrs)

Hula I/II (12+ yrs)

This dance class is comprised of beginning and intermediate hula students who desire a non-competitive learning environment. Students will be taught the basics of Hula and Tahitian dance, along with basic information on culture, history and language. Regular attendance and practice for this class provides a low impact aerobic workout, helps with coordination, grace and memory - all while you have fun and learn something new! Hula I/II students are also able participate in performances during the year. A $35+ material fee for the pahu skirt is required at the first class for new students. Class is instructed by Desiree Elder and held in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

51403.31

Th

6:30 - 7:20 pm

2/1 - 3/22*1

12+

$84/$91

51403.32

Th

6:30 - 7:20 pm

4/5 - 5/24*

12+

$84/$91

2

R/NR Fee

No class * 2/22; * 4/12 1

2

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

51701.31

M

6:00 - 7:30 pm

1/22 - 3/12*1

$73/$80

51701.32

M

6:00 - 7:30 pm

3/19 - 4/30

$73/$80

51701.33

M

6:00 - 7:30 pm

5/21 - 6/25*2

$52/$59

51702.31

M

7:30 - 9:00 pm

1/22 - 3/12*1

$73/$80

51702.32

M

7:30 - 9:00 pm

3/19 - 4/30

$73/$80

51702.33

M

7:30 - 9:00 pm

5/21 - 6/25*2

$52/$59

Beginning

Advanced

No class *1 1/29; *2 5/28

Hip-Hop dance refers to street dance styles primarily performed to Hip-Hop music or that have evolved as part of Hip-Hop culture. In this class you will dance to current Hip-Hop music and learn current styles and steps introduced in an upbeat environment. This class will help you develop as a hip-hop dancer with your own unique dance style that can be demonstrated at a family event or a night out with friends. Class is instructed by Mz. K (Kenyatta Ali) in M-47. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

51203.31

Sa

7:30 - 8:30 pm

1/6 - 3/10

R/NR Fee

$120/$130

51203.32

Sa

7:30 - 8:30 pm

3/17 - 5/26

$120/$130

*No class 4/7

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. Pre-registration is required. Dance instructor Philip Pettinger is a professional dance instructor with years of experience with all levels of dancers. Class held in N-76. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

51730.31

Th

8:00 - 9:00 pm

1/18 - 2/15

$52/$59

51730.32

Th

8:00 - 9:00 pm

3/15 - 4/12

$52/$59

51730.33

Th

8:00 - 9:00 pm

4/19 - 5/17

$52/$59

Belly Dance (18+ yrs)

Learn the basics of Bellydance in the Turkish, Egyptian, and American Cabaret style! Tone your body while increasing your self-confidence and improving your memory as you learn different Bellydance moves and combinations. In this class, you will learn how to perform hip undulations, shimmies, snake arms, and many more moves, eventually adding veils and cymbals to develop your very own artistic expression. At the end of the session, we will enjoy a Hafla performance! Cymbals and veils will be available for purchase on the first day of class, or you may purchase your own. Class is instructed by Lila and held in M-47, Dance Studio. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

51900.31

T

7:00 - 8:00 pm

1/9 - 2/13

$90/$97

51900.32

T

7:00 - 8:00 pm

2/27 - 4/10*

$90/$97

*No class 3/13

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Adult Art | Music The music classes are instructed by staff of the

SJG School of Music

located at the Campbell Community Center www.sjgschoolofmusic.com

Piano-Keyboard Lessons: Level 1 (16+ yrs)

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 SJG School of Music. Class held in M-52. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

53922.31

Th

7:05 - 7:50 pm

1/18 - 2/22

$131/$141

53922.32

Th

7:05 - 7:50 pm

4/19 - 5/24

$131/$141

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 L-58.

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. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

50010.31

T

7:00 - 8:30 pm

1/30 - 3/6*

16+

$68/$75

50010.32

T

7:00 - 8:30 pm

4/10 - 5/8

16+

$68/$75

Mixed Media Canvas Collage (14+ yrs)

Come in and learn how to create one of a kind art works. We will be painting canvases and adding mixed media and collage. No experience necessary, just a passion for art. A $50 material fee is due at the class. Class is held at The Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave., 95008; corner of Campbell Ave. & 4th St. Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50989.31

M

7:00 - 8:30 pm

1/8 - 2/12

14+

$150

50989.32

M

7:00 - 8:30 pm

2/26 - 4/2

14+

$150

50989.33

M

7:00 - 8:30 pm

4/16 - 5/21

14+

$150

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Days

Time

Dates

R/NR Fee

53912.31

Th

7:05 - 7:50 pm

1/18 - 2/22

$131/$141

53912.32

Th

7:05 - 7:50 pm

4/19 - 5/24

$131/$141

Knitting for Beginners (16+ yrs)

Learn to knit! Students will learn the basics of knitting, dye their own yarn, and knit their own hat! A $50 material fee is due at the class. Class is held at The Art Beat, 68 E Campbell Ave, 95008; corner of Campbell Ave & 4th St. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50965.31

Th

6:30 - 7:30 pm

1/11 - 2/15

16+

$120

50965.32

Th

6:30 - 7:30 pm

3/1 - 4/5

16+

$120

50965.33

Th

6:30 - 7:30 pm

4/19 - 5/24

16+

$120

Adult Potter's Wheel (16+ yrs)

*No class 2/20

Activity #

Activity #

Winter/Spring 2018 Activity Guide

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 $30 material fee is due at the class. Class is held at The Art Beat, 68 E. Campbell Ave., 95008; corner of Campbell Ave. & 4th St. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

Fee

50952.31

M

6:30 - 8:30 pm

1/8 - 2/12

16+

$250

50952.32

M

6:30 - 8:30 pm

2/26 - 4/2

16+

$250

50952.33

M

6:30 - 8:30 pm

4/16 - 5/21

16+

$250

50953.31

T

6:30 - 8:30 pm

1/9 - 2/13

16+

$250

50953.32

T

6:30 - 8:30 pm

2/27 - 4/3

16+

$250

50953.33

T

6:30 - 8:30 pm

4/17 - 5/22

16+

$250

Information: (408) 866-2104


Adult Safety & Preparedness

Heartsavers CPR/AED (13+ yrs)

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 and is held at Sunnyoaks Fire Station, McCormack Training Center Classroom (rear), 485 West Sunnyoaks Ave., in Campbell.

Free Hands Only CPR/AED Course

Participants will learn how to perform high quality compressions on an adult and child, utilize an AED, and aid an adult or child who is choking. Most often, citizens will need to perform CPR on family, friends or coworkers. Learn how to perform proper compressions and use an AED in the precious moments before first responders arrive. Participants will not receive a two-year CPR/AED certification (for certification, see activity listing above). Instructed by Santa Clara County Fire Department Staff and held in the Orchard City Banquet Hall. Registration: To reserve your spot in this free class visit www.eventbrite. com and search “Free Hands Only CPR”.

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Ages

R/NR Fee

Location

Day

Time

Date

Fee

52200.31

Th

6:00 - 10:00 pm

1/11

13+

$55/$62

Los Altos Hills

W

6:00 - 7:30 pm

1/31

Free

52200.32

Th

6:00 - 10:00 pm

2/8

13+

$55/$62

Cupertino

W

6:00 - 7:30 pm

2/7

Free

52200.33

Th

6:00 - 10:00 pm

3/8

13+

$55/$62

Los Gatos

W

6:00 - 7:30 pm

3/28

Free

52200.34

Th

6:00 - 10:00 pm

4/12

13+

$55/$62

Saratoga

Th

6:00 - 7:30 pm

4/5

Free

52200.35

Th

6:00 - 10:00 pm

5/10

13+

$55/$62

Cupertino

Th

6:00 - 7:30 pm

5/31

Free

Personal Emergency Preparedness (PEP)

When disaster strikes, it may be several days before emergency services personnel arrive in your neighborhood. Learn how to prepare to be on your own for several days after a large disaster. This FREE 3-hour training class is designed for individuals and families to be able to survive the first 72 hours of a disaster. This class includes information on the types of disasters prevalent to the Bay Area, home and work place preparedness, treating life-threatening conditions, fire safety, and disaster supply kit overview and information. To register and for more information, send email to communityoutreach@ sccfd.org or call (408) 378-4010. Location

Day

Date

Time

Fee

Campbell

Sa

1/6

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Free

Los Altos Hills

Th

2/8

6:00 - 9:00 pm

Free

Cupertino

Th

2/15

6:00 - 9:00 pm

Free

Los Gatos

W

4/18

4:00 - 7:00 pm

Free

Saratoga

Sa

4/28

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Free

Los Altos

Th

5/9

6:00 - 9:00 pm

Free

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)

The Community Emergency Response Team program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their immediate area and trains them in basic disaster response skills such as: fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization and disaster medical operations. Using classroom and simulation based education; CERT members can assist others in the neighborhood or workplace immediately following an event when emergency responders may not be immediately available to help. Taking CERT training is easy, fun and a great way for your business or neighborhood to strengthen working and personal relationships that will be vital in responding to an emergency. CERT training is only $35.00 and is accomplished in about 21-hours culminating with a final disaster simulation exercise applying the skills participants have learned. Registration: Please contact SCCFD at (408) 378-4010 or via email and provide your full name, email address, phone number, address and class dates. Questions: (408) 378-4010 or communityoutreach@sccfd.org •

January 16 - February 1 (Tuesday and Thursday) 6:00 - 9:00 pm, and February 3* (Saturday morning) 9:30 am - 12:30 pm. Held at the Campbell Community Center, 1 W Campbell Ave, 95008, in the Orchard City Banquet Hall* * Last class held in the Roosevelt Redwood Room, Q-80. All seven sessions (21 hrs) are required to complete the academy.

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Campforbell Adult Center 50 & Better! 1 W. Campbell Avenue, Room C-33 • Campbell, CA 95008 Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm PH (408) 866-2146 • FAX (408) 374-6965

On-Going Activities www.cityofcampbell.com/AdultCenter Activity

Day

Time

Room

AARP

3rd Tue

9:30 am

Q-80

Book Club**

2 Fri

1:00 - 2:00 pm

C-35

Bridge, Intermediate**

Mon & Thu

1:00 - 3:30 pm

C-35

Busy Hands/Caring Hearts

2 Fri

10:00 am - 12:00 pm

E-46

Canasta**

Mon & Thu

12:30 - 4:00 pm

C-34

Computer Club**

2 Fri

9:00 am

C-34

Flower Arranging**

2 Wed

2:00 pm

C-35

Friday Flicks**

1 , 3 , & 5 Fri

12:45 pm

C-35

Heritage Seekers**

2nd & 4th Tue

12:30 - 2:00 pm

C-34

Knitters

3 Tues

1:00 - 3:00 pm

C-34

Newcomers’ Orientation

1 Wed

10:00 - 11:30 am

C-34

iPad Group

2 Tues

2:30 pm

C-34

Pickleball

Tue & Thu

8:30 - 10:45 am

MainGym

Pinochle

Wed.

12:30 - 4:00 pm

C-34

Skylark Singers

Monday

9:15 - 11:00 am

C-35

Walking Group**

Tue & Thu

9:00 am

Track

nd

nd

nd nd st

rd

th

rd st

nd

** Adult Center Membership required

Services Service

Day

Time

Room

Blood Pressure

2nd Fri

11:00 - 11:30 am

M-50

Case Manager

Mon & Wed

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

C-33

Health Insurance Counseling 2 & 4 Thu by appointment

9:00 - 11:30 am

C-33

Income Tax Filing (February - mid-April)

Tue Fri

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

E-46

Notary

by appointment

Legal Assistance (SALA)

1 , 2 & 3 Wed by appointment

9:30 am - 12:00 pm

C-33

Long Term Care Counseling

2nd Thu by appointment

2:00 - 4:00 pm

C-33

Technology Tutoring

Tue by appointment

4:30 - 5:30 pm

C-33

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The City of Campbell, through the Recreation and Community Services Department, offers a variety of services and programs i n c l u d i n g f i t n e s s , we l l n e s s , educational, and cultural programs for those 50 years of age and older.

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nd

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C-33

Call the Adult Center Office to inquire about services and to make an appointment. Adult Center Membership: Annual memberships expire one year from the date of purchase. Cost: $22 for Campbell residents; $26 for non-residents. Membership is required for most Adult Center activities and programs; many of the services offered do not require membership.

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Adults 50+ Lunch Program Monday through Friday 1 W. Campbell Ave, Rm M-50 Campbell, CA. 95008 Hours: 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Phone: (408) 866-2764 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 by calling (408) 866-2764. Blood pressure checks and bingo are offered. Transportation can be provided by calling the program for details.

Case Management

The Adult Center offers Case Management services to assist seniors and their families in identifying care and service needs. The primary goal of Case Management is to connect seniors to services that will enable them to maintain their independence and enhance their quality of life. Case Manager Mary Morales can be reached at (408) 871-5154 on Mondays and Wednesdays, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.

Day Trips

TEA & GLASS Travel to Redwood City to enjoy a charming tea at Lovejoy’s Tea Room and then experince the art of Glass Blowing at the Half Moon Bay Glass Company. A wine tasting at Nebbia Winery is included.

A DAY IN THE MISSION DISTRICT WITH GARY HOLLOWAY

Our tour with Gary begins at Mission Delores. Enjoy a family-style lunch at West of Pecos. Stroll down Balmy Alley and see the largest collection of murals in the world outside of Mexico City.

HAWAIIAN CHIEFTAIN

Set sail for a three-hour exploration of the San Francisco Bay. Board the 104-foot square rigged topsail ketch Hawaiian Chieftain for an amazing adventure. Enjoy a boxed lunch from Subway while on the ship.

DATE(S)

FEE

2/17

$89

2/28

$84

3/9

$91

4/18

$86

BALLPARK & BOUDIN

On your behind-the-scenes tour of the AT&T Park, you’ll go places only the players and coaches go. Enjoy a Boudin boxed lunch while at the ballpark. There will also be time on your own at Fisherman’s Wharf to visit Boudin’s and shop. Campbell Adult Center Membership required for Day Trip participation.

Overnight Trips

DATE(S)

MT. SHASTA

Enjoy a three day adventure exploring the Mt. Shasta area (including Burney Falls) with step-on guide Doug McConnell (Bay Area Backroads). Seven meals are included featuring dinner at the Railroad Resort with a view 5/22 - 5/24 of Castle Crags plus a two-hour lunch cruise on Lake Shasta. Lodging at the Best Western Tree House included.

FEE $815 pp double $975 pp single

Extended Trips

The Campbell Adult Center partners with Talbot Tours to offer extended trips to the following destinations. Each trip includes airfare, baggage handling, all taxes and gratuities plus home pick-up.

KENYA SAFARI ADVENTURE

Visit Africa’s best game reserves and see hundreds of amazing animals! Highlights include excursions to the 5/7 - 5/19 Samburu Reserve, the Maasia Mara, the Jane Goodall Chimpanzee Center, all meals, wonderful accommodations, friendly guides and more.

ROCKY MOUNTAINEER

4/26 - 5/3

Blend breathtaking adventure with luxury as you explore the Canadian Rockies. Choice of two different itineraries: “Journey Through the Clouds” which includes visiting Jasper or “First Passage to the West” that includes two 9/16 - 9/23 nights in Lake Louise and two nights in Banff. Both include two days aboard the “Rocky Mountaineer” Train, the 9/27 - 10/4 Columbia Icefields, the Banff Gondola, a helicopter tour plus much more!

NIAGARA FALLS & MACKINAC ISLAND

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Experience horse-draw carriage rides on Mackinac Island, awe-inspiring views at Niagara Falls with a “Maid-of- 5/11 - 5/18 $3365 the-Mist boat ride, a visit to the town of Frankenmuth (little Bavaria), the Henry Ford Museum, plus a lot more.

***FLIERS WITH COMPLETE TRIP DETAILS ARE AVAILABLE IN THE ADULT CENTER OFFICE.

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Adults 50+ REGISTRATION FOR ADULT CENTER (50+) CLASSES is taken online or ONLY through the Adult Center Office, Rm C-33. Membership is required. Registration will be accepted on December 6 for Campbell residents, and open for everyone on December 8. For complete details, please call (408) 866-2146 or visit us online at www.cityofcampbell.com/AdultCenter.

Strength Training

Learn the proper techniques for strength training to shape muscles and increase bone density. Instructed by Tricia Seivers ‘M/W’ and ‘F’; Mary Kearns ‘T/Th’. Class held in Weight Room. Please see page 42 for evening session.

Forever Young

Forever Young is a fun low impact class focusing on cardio, endurance, sculpt and balance. Free weights and resistance bands are used. Floor work includes: core, leg, stretching, and gentle flexibility exercises. This a great way to tone muscles, gain energy, and improve balance. Come meet new friends and get fit at the same time! Bring a mat, resistance band and water. Instructed by Candace Wright in the Auxiliary Gym.

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Fee

90140.31

M/W

8:05 - 9:05 am

1/3 - 2/7*

90140.32

M/W

8:05 - 9:05 am

2/12 - 3/21*2

$45

90140.33

M/W

8:05 - 9:05 am

3/26 - 5/2

$49

90140.34

M/W

8:05 - 9:05 am

5/7 - 6/13*

90141.31

M/W

9:10 - 10:10 am

1/3 - 2/7*1

90141.32

M/W

9:10 - 10:10 am

2/12 - 3/21*

90141.33

M/W

9:10 - 10:10 am

3/26 - 5/2

90141.34

M/W

9:10 - 10:10 am

5/7 - 6/13*3

$45

90142.31

M/W

10:15 - 11:15 am

1/3 - 2/7*

$41

90142.32

M/W

10:15 - 11:15 am

2/12 - 3/21*2

$45

90142.33

M/W

10:15 - 11:15 am

3/26 - 5/2

$49

90142.34

M/W

10:15 - 11:15 am

5/7 - 6/13*3

$45

90143.31

T/Th

9:10 - 10:10 am

1/2 - 2/8

$49

90143.32

T/Th

9:10 - 10:10 am

2/13 - 3/22

$49

90143.33

T/Th

9:10 - 10:10 am

3/27 - 5/3

$49

90143.34

T/Th

9:10 - 10:10 am

5/8 - 6/14

$49

90144.31

T/Th

10:15 - 11:15 am

1/2 - 2/8

$49

90144.32

T/Th

10:15 - 11:15 am

2/13 - 3/22

$49

$41

1

$45

3

$41 2

$45 $49

1

90144.33

T/Th

10:15 - 11:15 am

3/27 - 5/3

$49

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Fee

90144.34

T/Th

10:15 - 11:15 am

5/8 - 6/14

$49

90190.31

M/W/F

10:30 - 11:30 am

1/3 - 2/9*1

$48

90145.31

F

9:10 - 10:10 am

1/5 - 2/9

$24

90190.32

M/W/F

10:30 - 11:30 am

2/12 - 3/23*2

$51

90145.32

F

9:10 - 10:10 am

2/16 - 3/23

$24

90190.33

M/W/F

10:30 - 11:30 am

3/26 - 5/7

$57

90145.33

F

9:10 - 10:10 am

3/30 - 5/4

$24

90190.34

M/W/F

10:30 - 11:30 am

5/25 - 6/15*3

$27

90145.34

9:10 - 10:10 am

5/11 - 6/15

$24

No class *1 1/15; *2 2/19; *3 5/28

No class * 1/15; * 2/19; * 5/28 2

3

Easy Rider

Body Conditioning

Gain strength, balance, flexibility, and stamina with exercises that are safe, effective and FUN. Modifications easily made to accommodate injuries and other movement limitations. Special emphasis is placed on good alignment for more ease of movement in class and in life! Instructed by Marian Chiaramonte and Tuesdays held in N-76; Thursdays in the Auxiliary Gym. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Fee

90100.31

T/Th

9:00 - 10:00 am

1/2 - 2/8

$38

90100.32

T/Th

9:00 - 10:00 am

2/13 - 3/22

$38

90100.33

T/Th

9:00 - 10:00 am

3/27 - 5/3

$38

90100.34

T/Th

9:00 - 10:00 am

5/8 - 6/14

$38

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Winter/Spring 2018 Activity Guide

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 Fitness Center/Spinning Room. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Fee

90120.31

T/Th

10:30 - 11:15 am

1/2 - 2/8

$42

90120.32

T/Th

10:30 - 11:15 am

2/13 - 3/22

$42

90120.33

T/Th

10:30 - 11:15 am

3/27 - 5/3

$42

90120.34

T/Th

10:30 - 11:15 am

5/8 - 6/14

$42

Information: (408) 866-2146


Adults 50+ REGISTRATION FOR ADULT CENTER (50+) CLASSES is taken online or ONLY through the Adult Center Office, Rm C-33. Membership is required. Registration will be accepted on December 6 for Campbell residents, and open for everyone on December 8. For complete details, please call (408) 866-2146 or visit us 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). Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Fee

90710.31

M/W

1:45 - 2:45 pm

1/8 - 2/7*

90710.32

M/W

1:45 - 2:45 pm

2/12 - 3/21*2

$45

90710.33

M/W

1:45 - 2:45 pm

3/26 - 5/2

$49

90710.34

M/W

1:45 - 2:45 pm

5/7 - 6/6*

T/Th

1:45 - 2:45 pm

5/8 - 6/7

$40

1

3

$37

$45

Intermediate 90711.31

Lap Swimming 90720.31

M/W

1:45 - 2:45 pm

1/8 - 2/7*1

$37

90720.32

M/W

1:45 - 2:45 pm

2/12 - 3/21*2

$45

90720.33

M/W

1:45 - 2:45 pm

3/26 - 5/2

$49

90720.34

M/W

1:45 - 2:45 pm

5/7 - 6/6*3

$45

5/8 - 6/7

$40

Intermediate - Lap Swimming 90721.31

T/Th

1:45 - 2:45 pm

Total Body Fitness

Improve muscle tone, strength, endurance and flexibility with this non-stop fun yet challenging toning and cardio workout that uses hand weights, medicine balls, resistance bands and bosu balls. This is a great way to increase your metabolism and transform your body from head to toe! Bring a mat and water. Instructed by Mary Kearns and and Tuesdays held in N-76; Thursdays in the Auxiliary Gym. Please see page 42 for evening session. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Fee

90110.31

T/Th

8:00 - 8:45 am

1/2 - 2/8

$40

90110.32

T/Th

8:00 - 8:45 am

2/13 - 3/22

$40

90110.33

T/Th

8:00 - 8:45 am

3/27 - 5/3

$40

90110.34

T/Th

8:00 - 8:45 am

5/8 - 6/14

$40

90111.31

T/Th

3:30 - 4:30 pm

1/2 - 2/8

$53

90111.32

T/Th

3:30 - 4:30 pm

2/13 - 3/22

$53

90111.33

T/Th

3:30 - 4:30 pm

3/27 - 5/3

$53

90111.34

T/Th

3:30 - 4:30 pm

5/8 - 6/14

$53

No class *1 1/15; *2 2/19; *3 5/28

Adult Center Flex Pass 50+

The Campbell Adult Center offers a Flex Pass that can be used for a variety of our 50+ fitness classes. This drop-in pass will allow you the flexibility to participate in a variety of classes without having to register for a full session. The pass is good only at the classes listed below. Participation in each class is on a space available basis. 5 class pass $30

10 class pass $55

20 class pass $100

PARTICIPATING CLASSES: Aqua Aerobics

M/W

1:45 - 2:45 pm

Pool

Body Conditioning

T/Th

9:00 - 10:00 am

N-76/Aux Gym

Easy Rider

T/Th

10:30 - 11:15 am

Spinning/Cardio Rm

Pilates-Yoga Combo

M/W

9:00 - 10:00 am; 10:10 - 11:10 am

Q-84

Strength Training

M/W

8:05 - 9:05 am; 9:10 - 10:10 am; 10:15 - 11:15 am

Weight Rm

Strength Training

T/Th

9:10 - 10:10 am; 10:15 - 11:15 am

Weight Rm

Strength Training

F

9:10 - 10:10 am

Weight Rm

Tai Chi Chuan, Beg.

W

11:15 am - 12:15 pm

N-76

Total Body Fitness

T/Th

8:00 - 8:45 am; 3:30 - 4:30 pm

Weight Rm/N-76

Total Body Fitness

T/Th

4:35 - 5:20 pm

N-76

Yogilates

T/Th

10:30 - 11:30 am

N-76/M-47

Zumba Gold

M/W/F

9:00 - 10:00 am

Main Gym

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Adults 50+ REGISTRATION FOR ADULT CENTER (50+) CLASSES is taken online or ONLY through the Adult Center Office, Rm C-33. Membership is required. Registration will be accepted on December 6 for Campbell residents, and open for everyone on December 8. For complete details, please call (408) 866-2146 or visit us online at www.cityofcampbell.com/AdultCenter.

Enhance Fitness

Enhance Fitness is an exercise class that combines the three components of fitness: strength, flexibility and cardiovascular conditioning in a safe, non-threatening environment. Variations and modifications are given to fit those at all levels of fitness (all can be done in a chair). Instructed by Ana Esmaili in N-76. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Fee

90130.31

M/W/F

1:00 - 2:00 pm

1/3 - 2/23*

90130.32

M/W/F

1:00 - 2:00 pm

2/26 - 4/20

90130.33

M/W/F

1:00 - 2:00 pm

4/23 - 6/15*

$63

1

$72 2

$69

No class *1 1/15, 2/19; *2 5/28

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. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Fee

90180.31

M/W

9:00 - 10:00 am

1/3 - 2/14*1

$48

90180.32

M/W

9:00 - 10:00 am

2/26 - 4/4

90180.33

M/W

9:00 - 10:00 am

4/16 - 6/13*

90181.31

F

9:00 - 10:00 am

1/5 - 2/16

$35

90181.32

F

9:00 - 10:00 am

3/2 - 4/6

$30

90181.33

F

9:00 - 10:00 am

4/20 - 6/15

$45

$48 2

$68

No class * 1/15; * 5/28 1

2

Yogilates

Yogilates combines the tension relieving stretches of yoga with the alignment and strengthening focus of Pilates. Learn how to create a strong core for a healthy back and ease of movement; achieve better balance; improve flexibility and undo harmful postural habits. Geared for all levels of fitness. Helpful for those with osteoporosis, osteopenia or arthritis. Please bring a mat. Instructed by Melissa Gambino and held on Tuesdays in N-76; Thursdays in M-47.

Pilates-Yoga Combo

If you want to have a healthier back and better balance to help with day to day activities then this class is for you. Through a series of mat Pilates exercises, using a stretch band and ball strengthen your abdomen muscles. Yoga exercises with correct breathing techniques will improve your flexibility, correct your posture and release tension throughout your body. Instructed by Homa Mojgani and held in Q-84. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Fee

90150.31

M/W

9:00 - 10:00 am

1/8 - 2/7*

90150.32

M/W

9:00 - 10:00 am

2/12 - 3/14*2

$43

$43

1

Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Fee

90150.33

M/W

9:00 - 10:00 am

3/26 - 4/30*3

$43

90155.31

T/Th

10:30 - 11:30 am

1/2 - 2/8

$63

90150.34

M/W

9:00 - 10:00 am

5/7 - 6/11*

$43

90155.32

T/Th

10:30 - 11:30 am

2/20 - 4/12

$84

90151.31

M/W

10:10 - 11:10 am

1/8 - 2/7*1

90155.33

T/Th

10:30 - 11:30 am

4/24 - 6/5

$68

90151.32

M/W

90151.33

M/W

90151.34

M/W

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4

$43

10:10 - 11:10 am

2/12 - 3/14*

2

$43

10:10 - 11:10 am

3/26 - 4/30*3

$43

10:10 - 11:10 am

5/7 - 6/11*4

$43

No class * 1/15; * 2/19; * 4/16, 4/18; * 5/28, 5/30 1

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3

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Adults 50+ REGISTRATION FOR ADULT CENTER (50+) CLASSES is taken online or ONLY through the Adult Center Office, Rm C-33. Membership is required. Registration will be accepted on December 6 for Campbell residents, and open for everyone on December 8. For complete details, please call (408) 866-2146 or visit us online at www.cityofcampbell.com/AdultCenter.

Line Dance

We offer a progression of Line Dance classes to increase your stamina with these fun dances that don’t require a partner. Instructed by Mandi Muscolo and held in N-76. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

90550.31

M

9:40 - 11:10 am

1/22 - 3/12*1

$39

90550.32

M

9:40 - 11:10 am

3/19 - 4/30

$39

90550.33

M

9:40 - 11:10 am

5/21 - 6/25*2

$28

90551.31

Th

10:45 - 12:15 pm

1/18 - 3/8*3

$39

90551.32

Th

10:45 - 12:15 pm

3/15 - 4/26

$39

90551.33

Th

10:45 - 12:15 pm

5/24 - 6/28

$32

90552.31

M

11:15 - 12:45 pm

1/22 - 3/12*1

$39

90552.32

M

11:15 - 12:45 pm

3/19 - 4/30

$39

90552.33

M

11:15 - 12:45 pm

5/21 - 6/25*

90553.31

Th

9:00 - 10:30 am

1/18 - 3/8*3

$39

90553.32

Th

9:00 - 10:30 am

3/15 - 4/26

$39

Beginning

90553.33

Th

9:00 - 10:30 am

5/24 - 6/28

$32

90161.31

W

11:15 - 12:15 pm

1/3 - 2/21*

$28

No class * 1/29; * 5/28; * 2/1

90161.32

W

11:15 - 12:15 pm

3/14 - 4/18

$24

90161.33

W

11:15 - 12:15 pm

4/25 - 6/6

$28

90165.31

W

10:00 - 11:00 am

1/3 - 2/21*

$28

90165.32

W

10:00 - 11:00 am

3/14 - 4/18

$24

90165.33

W

10:00 - 11:00 am

4/25 - 6/6

$28

Introduction

Level 2

Level 3

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. Class held in N-76. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

Intermediate

*No class 1/17

Matter of Balance

Many seniors restrict their activities due to a fear of falling. A Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns About Falls emphasizes practical strategies to reduce the fear of falling and increase activity levels. Participants learn to view falls and fear of falling as controllable; set realistic goals to increase activity; change their environment to reduce fall risk factors; and exercise to increase strength and balance. Participants will be requested to participate in a 6-month follow-up questionnaire. Class is instructed by San Jose State University Department of Kinesiology and held in C-35. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

Fee

90625.31

W

1:00 - 3:00 pm

3/7 - 4/25

$30

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2

$28

Level 4

1

2

3

Tap Dance

Tap Dance is a lot of 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. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

90520.31

M

1:30 - 2:30 pm

1/8 - 2/26*1

$32

90520.32

M

1:30 - 2:30 pm

3/12 - 4/16

$32

90520.33

M

1:30 - 2:30 pm

4/30 - 6/11*2

$32

No class * 1/15, 2/19; * 5/28 1

2

Tap Dance, Intermediate

This tap class stresses rhythm, sound and style. The format will include a short warm-up, elements of combinations followed by short routines that progress each week in a supportive, relaxed environment. Participants are responsible for providing their own tap shoes. Bring a water bottle to class. Instructed by Marie Stinnett in N-76. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

90525.31

Th

1:45 - 2:45 pm

1/4 - 2/15

$48

90525.32

Th

1:45 - 2:45 pm

3/1 - 4/12

$48

90525.33

Th

1:45 - 2:45 pm

4/26 - 6/7

$48

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Adults 50+ REGISTRATION FOR ADULT CENTER (50+) CLASSES is taken online or ONLY through the Adult Center Office, Rm C-33. Membership is required. Registration will be accepted on December 6 for Campbell residents, and open for everyone on December 8. For complete details, please call (408) 866-2146 or visit us online at www.cityofcampbell.com/AdultCenter.

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. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

90230.31

W

9:30 - 11:30 am

1/3 - 2/21

$63

90230.32

W

9:30 - 11:30 am

2/28 - 4/18

$63

90230.33

W

9:30 - 11:30 am

4/25 - 6/13

$63

Art 101

Have you always wanted to dabble in the arts? If so, this class is for you. This introductory art class will start with the basics of drawing with pencils to conquer perspective and shading. Next move into color, composition and fundamental painting techniques while exploring acrylics and/or watercolors. Learn the vital elements of art by doing fun and relaxing projects. Additionally, there will be discussion of master artworks by historical artists in order to understand the application of the elements of art. Class instructed by Pat Jimenez and held in E-46. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

90212.31

T

9:30 - 11:30 am

1/2 - 2/20

$50

90212.32

T

9:30 - 11:30 am

2/27 - 4/17

$50

90212.33

T

9:30 - 11:30 am

4/24 - 6/12

$50

Sketching & Drawing

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

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

90235.31

M

9:30 - 11:30 am

1/8 - 2/26*

90235.32

M

9:30 - 11:30 am

3/12 - 4/16

90235.33

M

9:30 - 11:30 am

4/30 - 6/11*

$38

1

$38 2

$38

No class *1 1/15, 2/19; *2 5/28

Fun with Spanish

Have you always wanted to learn Español? Learn Spanish by a variety of fun methods. ‘Introduction’ classes are for those who want to learn the basics. “Advanced Beginning” and “Intermediate” classes are geared for continuing students. Instructed by Medardo Molina. Held in C-35. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

90402.31

T

3:00 - 4:00 pm

1/2 - 1/30

$20

90402.32

T

3:00 - 4:00 pm

2/13 - 3/13

$20

90402.33

T

3:00 - 4:00 pm

3/27 - 4/24

$20

90402.34

T

3:00 - 4:00 pm

5/8 - 6/5

$20

Introduction

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 Pat Jimenez. Class held in C-35.

Advanced Beginning 90400.31

T

1:45 - 2:45 pm

1/2 - 1/30

$20

T

1:45 - 2:45 pm

2/13 - 3/13

$20

Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

90400.32

90233.31

Th

9:00 - 11:30 am

1/4 - 2/22

$63

90400.33

T

1:45 - 2:45 pm

3/27 - 4/24

$20

$63

90400.34

T

1:45 - 2:45 pm

5/8 - 6/5

$20

$63

Intermediate 90401.31

T

12:30 - 1:30 pm

1/2 - 1/30

$20

90401.32

T

12:30 - 1:30 pm

2/13 - 3/13

$20

90401.33

T

12:30 - 1:30 pm

3/27 - 4/24

$20

90401.34

T

12:30 - 1:30 pm

5/8 - 6/5

$20

90233.32 90233.33

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Th Th

9:00 - 11:30 am 9:00 - 11:30 am

3/1 - 4/19 4/26 - 6/14

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Information: (408) 866-2146


Adults 50+ REGISTRATION FOR ADULT CENTER (50+) CLASSES is taken online or ONLY through the Adult Center Office, Rm C-33. Membership is required. Registration will be accepted on December 6 for Campbell residents, and open for everyone on December 8. For complete details, please call (408) 866-2146 or visit us online at www.cityofcampbell.com/AdultCenter.

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. There are a few machines available for use i n the classroom upon request. Instructed by Rita Bottini. Class held in E-46.

Learn to record the many events that are unique to you. Write for yourself with creative guidance. Progress at your own rate. Instructed by Ann Thompson. ‘W’ class in Q-84; ‘Th’ class in E-46. Activity #

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

90302.31

W

1:00 - 3:30 pm

1/17 - 2/28*1

$39

90302.32

W

1:00 - 3:30 pm

3/14 - 4/25*2

$39

90303.31

Th

1:10 - 3:40 pm

1/18 - 3/1*

$39

90303.32

Th

1:10 - 3:40 pm

3/15 - 4/26*4

3

$39

No class * 2/14; * 4/4; * 2/15; * 4/5 2

3

5

Calligraphy

Learn the art of beautiful lettering. Instructed by Ann Thompson. Class held in E-46. Beginning: Italic lettering. Session 1 - lowercase; session 2 capitals. Intermediate: Carolingian, the official alphabet of the Holy Roman Empire. Session 1 - lowercase; session 2 - capitals. Activity #

Day

Day

Time

Dates

Fee

90220.31

M

9:30 - 11:30 am

1/8 - 2/26*

90220.32

M

9:30 - 11:30 am

3/5 - 4/16

90220.33

M

9:30 - 11:30 am

4/23 - 6/11*2

$42

90221.31

M

12:00 - 2:00 pm

1/8 - 2/26*

$36

90221.32

M

12:00 - 2:00 pm

3/5 - 4/16

90221.33

M

12:00 - 2:00 pm

4/23 - 6/11*

$36

1

$36 1

$36 2

$42

No class *1 1/15, 2/19; *2 5/28

Memoir Writing

1

Activity #

Time

Dates

Fee

Beginning 90210.31

Th

11:10 - 12:40 pm

1/18 - 3/1*1

$35

90210.32

Th

11:10 - 12:40 pm

3/15 - 4/26*

90211.31

Th

9:00 - 11:00 am

1/18 - 3/1*1

$39

90211.32

Th

9:00 - 11:00 am

3/15 - 4/26*2

$39

2

$35

Intermediate

No class *1 2/15; *2 4/5

iPad Simplified

This fun, stress-free class will simplify your iPad experience. Topics covered are: Screen navigation, settings, iTunes, notes, Safari (Internet), App Store, email, contacts, calendars, music, camera, video camera, photo albums, movies, books, maps, FaceTime, iCloud, DropBox, games and much, much more. Instructed by Brian Schwatka and held in Q-84. Activity #

Day

Time

Date

Fee

90650.31

M

2:00 - 4:00 pm

1/22 - 3/19*

$37

90650.32

M

2:00 - 4:00 pm

4/9 - 6/4

$37

*No class 2/19

Stay or Go Homeowner

If you are a homeowner and you are considering a move, there are many pieces to your puzzle. Don’t sell your home unless you know all of your options. This is not a sales pitch, but an educational course presented in an easy to understand format. Topics discussed are: financial planning, reverse mortgages, taxes, estate planning, in-home care, home safety/security/ remodeling, real estate 101, downsizing, and the pros and cons of senior communities. A $7 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Instructed by Brian Schwatka and held in Q-84. Activity #

Days

Time

Dates

90620.31

Th

2:00 - 4:00 pm

1/25 - 3/29*1

Fee $37

90620.32

Th

2:00 - 4:00 pm

4/12 - 6/7*

$37

2

No class *1 3/22; *2 5/24

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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.

photo of Edith Morely Park

Campbell Park

Stojanovich Family Park

Campbell Park facilities include two outdoor lighted basketball courts with tiered lawn seating for spectators, one small and one large fencedin 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.

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.

Corner of Gilman & Campbell Avenue

Campbell Community Center 1 W. Campbell Avenue

316 Union Avenue

Model Rocket Policy

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 allowed.

To launch a rocket in a City of Campbell park, a Facility Use Permit must first be obtained from the Campbell Recreation & Community Services Department and then a launch permit must be obtained from the Santa Clara County Fire Department. Facility Use Permits, which contain a hold harmless agreement, will only be issued to adults. They are issued free to Campbell residents using the rocket launch for educational purposes; non-residents are subject to standard field use fees.

Corner of Abbott Avenue & Pollard Road

The City of Campbell and Campbell Union School District have a Wet Field Policy that all users, whether they have a permit or not, are expected to abide by. Fields are not to be played on if the turf is wet. Play on wet fields is dangerous to the players and very damaging to the turf. FIELD CONDITION HOTLINE: (408) 866-2769 is updated after 3:00 pm Monday - Friday, and after 7:30 am on Saturday and Sunday.

Jack Fischer Park

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, BBQs, canopies, tents, etc.) is NOT allowed to be brought into Jack Fischer Park.

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Wet Field Policy

Information: (408) 866-2104


Edith Morley Park

Frequently Asked Questions

615 Campbell Technology Parkway

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 540 W. Rincon Avenue

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. Reservable Picinic Areas at John D. Morgan Park

Capacity

Amenities

A (near Rincon Ave)

50 max

4 Tables, 3 BBQs

B* (near Budd Ave)

150 max

12 Tables, 2 large BBQs

75 max

5 Tables, 3 BBQs

*Area B is closed through Feb 2016

Group Picnic Reservations

Check availability and reserve online at the city’s website, www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation, or call (408) 866-2104. Rental fees are due at time of reservation. Campbell residents (verification of residency may be required) may make reservations a full 180 days in advance of the requested date (approx. 6 months). Nonresidents 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 and only the companies who have insurance on file with the city may be used. Please visit www.cityofcampbell.com/parks for more information. Beer and wine are allowed only with a completed permit (included with the picnic reservation). Residents

Non-residents

Picnic Area A (50 max.)

$75/day

$120/day

Picnic Area B (150 max.) †

$105/day

$185/day

Picnic Area C (75 max.)

$75/day

$120/day

Picnic Area (35 max.)

$75/day

$105/day

Picnic & Turf (100 max.)

$90/day

$185/day

PICNIC USE FEES* John D. Morgan Park

Edith Morley Park

*All reservations include a non-refundable $25 processing fee. † Area B is closed through Feb 2016

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. For information on gym and field rentals, please contact Lauren at laurenm@cityofcampbell.com or (408) 866-2107. NOTE: Fields are closed until mid-March 2018 for seasonal repairs and maintenance.

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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 receptacles 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.

Area

C (middle of park)

Parks

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. When does the water feature get turned on at John D. Morgan Park and Campbell Park? During the months of April through September (seasonal), though schedule may vary due to drought.

Campbell parks are no smoking facilities (cmc 6.11.020) 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

Fields are closed for repair and maintenance until mid-March.

Local Parks (Not in Campbell) City of San Jose Parks Camden Community Center San Tomas Park MariJane Hamann Park Starbird Park Oak Meadow Park (Los Gatos) Lake Vasona County Park Los Gatos Creek County Park Percolation Ponds Information

www.cityofcampbell.com/parks

(408) (408) (408) (408) (408) (408) (408) (408) (408)

535-3570 559-8553 535-3570 535-3570 984-1954 399-5781 355-2200 355-2200 355-2200

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Campbell Community Center 1 W. Campbell Avenue, Campbell, California 95008 Reserve our conveniently located facilities for: Wedding Receptions Bridal Showers

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 ESPAÑOL.

Baby Showers Luncheons Anniversaries Business seminars Holiday Parties Children’s Parties Club Meetings For availability and to make an appointment, please call (408) 866-2138 or email lauras@cityofcampbell.com

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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, quinceañeras, parties, seminars and other special events. The hall can be divided into two smaller rooms for weekday rentals.

Information: (408) 866-2138


Campbell Community Center

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. A kitchen facility is attached with a refrigerator, sink, and counter space. The room has mirrors on two walls. Restrooms are located within the building.

The Activity Room (E-46)

This room accommodates up to 49 people and has a tile floor with counters, two 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. 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. Please email Laura at lauras@cityofcampbell.com or call (408) 866-2138 for more information.

Field Reservations

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).

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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 Lauren at laurenm@cityofcampbell.com or (408) 866-2107.

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General Information The Campbell Community Center

Office: 1 W. Campbell Ave., #C-31 Campbell, CA 95008 (408) 866-2105 (408) 866-2138 (408) 866-2107 www.cityofcampbell.com

LATIMER AVE.

MAP KEY

A

Athletic Field #3

Athletic Field #4

B Tennis Courts

Restrooms

E

Pay Phones

i

Building ID Letters Site Directory

Practice Wall

Handball Courts

C

D

H 74 LATIMER PARKING LOT

Athletic Field #1

Athletic Field #2

J

66-72

K

59-65

L

53-58

MultiPurpose Rm.

52 50

M

WINCHESTER BLVD.

HEDEGARD AVE. WINCHESTER PARKING LOT

49 48

Pre-school

47

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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 (meetings/banquets) (408) 866-2107 for Facility Rental Information (gyms/fields) The Campbell Community Center is accessible by VTA Bus Lines #26 and #60 and Mountain View - Winchester Light Rail service

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Winter/Spring 2018 Activity Guide

Information: (408) 866-2104


General Information

CAN BE A YOU SUPER HERO TOO! Donate to the Campbell Recreation Youth Scholarship Program Today!

Recreation Youth Scholarship

Local Recreation Groups

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

The City of Campbell Recreation Youth Scholarship program is open to children under the age of 17 who are Campbell residents. The scholarship fund is a privately-funded program that grants a limited scholarship to a Campbell child, with the intent of providing a positive recreation experience. 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 yearround, 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 online during activity registration, in person, or by mail. Campbell Recreation Department, 1 W. Campbell Avenue, #C-31, 95008.

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 Play Flag Football www.playflagfootball.com Royals of Campbell Soccer Club www.royalssoccerclub.com

Volunteer Services

Silicon Valley Youth Rugby

The Volunteer Services Program calls on the Campbell community to step forward and provide the ‘volunteer spirit’ the local government and social services need. Patrons may offer their talent and services in any capacity. For more information or to volunteer time and efforts, please call Campbell Volunteer Services at Campbell City Hall at (408) 866-2122.

Bob McCarty

Please contact us now at laurenm@cityofcampbell.com regarding these upcoming events! (We ask that an adult supervisor accompany any volunteer under age 14.) Valentine 10K & 5K Fun Run/Walk is Saturday, February 10. The race start and finish line at Campbell Park. Volunteers needed from 7:00 am to 12 Noon.

South Bay Youth Soccer Norm Tavares

(408) 245-8800

www.southbayyouthsoccer.org Valley Baton Twirling Club Paige Campbell www.valleybatonclub.com West San Jose Storm Youth Football & Cheer Hotline

Campbell Recreation Dance Recital: Saturday, May 5 Volunteers needed from 9:00 am to 12 Noon.

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(408) 345-5787 www.siliconvalleyrugby.org

Campbell Recreation Volunteer Opportunities

: Register Online

(408) 379-5002

www.campbelllittleleague.org

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation

(408) 877-1560 www.wsjstorm.com West Valley Youth Soccer League 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

GENDER (circle) M

CITY

ZIP

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EMAIL

PRIMARY PHONE (___)______________________ ALTERNATE PHONE (_____) ______________________ BIRTHDATE ____/_____/_____

Activity Registration PARTICIPANT NAME

BIRTHDATE

First & Last

(mm/dd/yy)

GENDER (circle)

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ACTIVITY #

ACTIVITY TITLE

TOTAL FEES $ ________

IF YOU HAVE A DISABILITY AND NEED SPECIAL ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CALL (408) 866-2104

Payment

FEE

Office use only: Receipt #

Check (payable to “City of Campbell”)

Credit Card

Cash (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 or my child’s photograph for program publicity. If you would like to opt-out of the photo release please go to www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation and fill out the online form. Medical Release: Pursuant to provisions of sec. 6910 et seq of the California Family Code, and other applicable laws, I hereby authorize the City of Campbell Recreation & 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 & Release of Liability: In consideration of my participation, I hereby release, discharge and covenant not-to sue the City of Campbell & 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 ordinary negligence, 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, & 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 & others listed above for any & all claims arising as a result of my engaging in this activity. I understand that this waiver will continue in full legal force and effect. I further agree the venue for any legal proceedings shall be in California. I affirm 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 shall be available to me against the City of Campbell or any of the parties listed above. The City is not responsible for lost or stolen articles. Refunds, less a $10.00 admin. fee, will be given to registered participants who cancel up to 5 business days in advance of a class start date. Cancellations 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 Fees

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12 Tuesday

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Recreation activities (pg 16-49): Tuesday, December 12 beginning at 8:00 am Adult Center 50+ activities (pg 50-57): Wednesday, December 6 beginning at 8:00 am

13 Wednesday

DECEMBER

8 Friday

Recreation activities (pg 16-49): Wednesday, December 13 beginning at 8:00 am Adult Center 50+ activities (pg 50-57): Friday, December 8 beginning at 8:00 am

Online 24/7

Visit www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation, click on the picture on the right that says “Register Online!”

Walk-In

All cancellation or transfer written requests must be made to the Recreation Office with at least a five (5) business days’ notice prior to start date of the activity. A $10 cancellation fee per activity per person will be deducted from the refund. Cancellations or transfers with less than five (5) business days’ notice will NOT receive a refund or transfer. Online request forms available at www.cityofcampbell. com/recreation. Medical emergencies are exempt from this policy; however, a signed and dated statement from your doctor is required, and must be provided within six (6) weeks of the activity start date. Separate policies apply to fitness passes, sport leagues, trips, facility reservations, Campbell Recreation Pre-school, Wave Swim Team, and Heritage Theatre events. Please inquire before registering or purchasing tickets for these activities and events. 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. Refunds of $10 or less will be credited to the payer’s ActiveNet account for future use in activity enrollment or reservations.

Waiting Lists

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

Waiting lists are established once a class is filled. If a vacancy occurs more than two (2) 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 may be filled on a first come, first serve basis.

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

Age Levels

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. preschool, 50+ classes).

Make checks payable to “City of Campbell” or AmEx/Discover/Mastercard/Visa

Email/Fax-In

Send completed Registration Form to Recreation@cityofcampbell.com or fax (408) 374-6965 AmEx/Discover/Mastercard/Visa card number, 4-digit expiration date and cardholder’s name and billing address, parent/guardian or participants signature (processed as time permits) Registration is on-going and accepted until the activity is filled or the start date has passed.

: Register Online

A resident is anyone living within the Campbell city limits (zip code 95008). P.O. boxes and school district boundaries are not considered residences. 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 current California Driver’s License, pre-printed personal check, or recent residential utility bill with the customer’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.

Refund and Transfer Policy

Open Registration DECEMBER

“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”. All fees are due at the time of registration. Fees will not be prorated for missed class(es) and make-ups are not available.

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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. Customers must submit a Satisfaction Guarantee form available at www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation. Fitness passes, adult sports leagues, trips, and Heritage Theatre tickets/shows are not included. Other restrictions may apply.

www.cityofcampbell.com/recreation

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Winter/Spring 2018 Recreation Activity Guide  

Check out our Winter/Spring 2018 Recreation Activity Guide with activities and programs offered for the months of January through May!

Winter/Spring 2018 Recreation Activity Guide  

Check out our Winter/Spring 2018 Recreation Activity Guide with activities and programs offered for the months of January through May!