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PARKS AND RECREATION

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Another Encinitas summer is just around the corner and the City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department cannot wait to provide you a summer to remember! Summer is about play, relaxation and time with friends and family. Here in the City of Encinitas people of all ages may enjoy our City’s parks, beaches and trails, and our many recreation classes, sports leagues, summer camps, beach programs, and of course, the Encinitas Junior Lifeguards program. If that is not enough for summer activity, then please make sure to get down to the newly remodeled Moonlight State Beach to enjoy the breezy summer sounds of our Sunday Summer Concerts by the Sea series. What a blast! Be sure to also like us on Facebook or visit the City website to check out weekly updates about the new developing Encinitas Community Park. By late summer or early fall there will be opportunities to leave a lasting impression and become a part of Encinitas history by securing a personalized paver at your new park. Make this a summer to remember… “Parks Make Life Better!”

-Lisa Rudloff City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department Director

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FACILITIES GUIDE............................................................... 3 SPECIAL EVENTS................................................................ 4 FREE & DROP-IN PROGRAMS............................................ 5 PROGRAM GENERAL INFORMATION................................. 5 SUMMER CAMPS........................................................... 6-15 TINY TOTS......................................................................... 16 YOUTH/TEEN................................................................ 17-18 ADULTS.............................................................................. 19 MULTI-AGE........................................................................ 20 SPORTS........................................................................ 21-24 ADULTS 50+.................................................................. 25-33 PROGRAM REGISTRATION............................................... 34

Recreation Program Locations City of Encinitas Community & Senior Center 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive, Encinitas, CA 92024 Glen Park Scout House 2149 Orinda Drive, Cardiff, CA 92007 Moonlight Beach 400 B Street, Encinitas, CA 92024 Encinitas Ranch Golf Course 1275 Quail Gardens Drive, Encinitas, CA 92024 Paul Ecke Sports Park 278 Saxony Road, Encinitas, CA 92024 Cardiff Sports Park 1661 Lake Drive, Encinitas, CA 92007 Leo Mullen Sports Park 951 Via Cantebria, Encinitas, CA 92024

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WHAT’s HAPPENING! in Encinitas

Encinitas Community Park Progress

The City of Encinitas broke ground on Encinitas Community Park in August 2012. The 44-acre park is scheduled for completion in 2014 and will include passive recreation areas, multi-use athletic fields, a children’s play area, a walking/jogging path, a skate park (skate plaza concept), a dog park, restroom facilities, an amphitheater and ample parking. Find more information at EncinitasCA.gov.

City of Encinitas Community & Senior Center Community Center (760) 943-2260 Senior Center (760) 943-2250 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive Encinitas, CA 92024 Fax: (760) 943-2262 (Community Center Fax) (760) 943-2252 (Senior Center Fax) Community Center Facility Rental Information (760) 943-2279 City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department — City Hall (760) 633-2740 505 S. Vulcan Avenue Encinitas, CA 92024 Fax: (760) 633-2626 Park Information (760) 633-2740 Athletic Field Condition Line (760) 633-2761 LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/EncinitasParksandRec

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1140 Oakcrest Park Dr

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2149 Orinda in Glen Park

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1275 Quail Gardens Drive

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2879 Lone Jack Rd

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95 N Vulcan Ave

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2011 Avenida La Posta

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1511 N Vulcan Ave

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1390 Paseo De Las Verdes

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425 Santa Fe Dr

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1045 South Vulcan Ave

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278 Saxony Rd (8am 11pm)

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This is the app for you! Explore Encinitas’ parks, beaches and trails. Learn what zoning regulations apply to your property, when your street is swept, and what services and amenities are near your residence or business! MY ENCINITAS is an easy-to-use web application, accessible in the lower right map application window on the home page of the City of Encinitas website (http://www.encinitasca.gov), or through this web site address: http://www.encinitasca.gov/MyEncinitas. MY ENCINITAS was designed with these concepts: Open Government: The City is committed to public engagement and transparency. We recognize the value of open government and understand the City exists to serve the good will of the public.

Customer Service Improvements: Citizens and businesses now expect more seamless, personalized, and convenient self-service options for interacting with government organizations, regardless of time and location.

Citizen Interaction: Delivering services that are centered around the citizens’ needs, rather than the business of government.

Special Events

Annual PET HEALTH EXPO

Annual Encinitas Senior Center Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser This all-age dinner includes live entertainment and sells out every year, so get your tickets early. Food is generously prepared and donated by Belmont Village Senior Living, Cardiff by the Sea. For more information call (760) 943-2250. Date: Monday, August 26, 2013, Reception: 4:45–5:30p.m., Dinner Seating: 5:30p.m. Cost: $13 per ticket (includes dinner, dessert, live entertainment and a raffle ticket). Wine available for an additional fee. Location: Banquet Hall 142 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Standard charge: $13.00 Course #2056 4:45p.m. to 7:30p.m. Mon, August 26, 2013

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT!

Sponsorship Opportunities Partnering up with Parks and Rec is a great way to promote your business and to show your support in the community. We offer different levels of sponsorship to fit any budget. Call (760) 633-2740 for info.

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Woof! Calling All Pets (and owners) — the City of Encinitas is pleased to announce its Pet Expo on Sunday, June 2, where pets and owners alike can enjoy plenty of fun activities while promoting the better health and wellbeing of the pet population. Activities will include professional photos with your pet, grooming, a best trick contest, and the “neuter scooter” clinic. Informational booths, vendors, and animal rescue organizations will be on hand at the expo to give away free goodies and prizes as well as encourage pet health and wellness ideas. In addition, the County Department of Animal Services will be offering discounted dog licensing, rabies shots and microchipping for residents of Encinitas, Solana Beach, Del Mar, Carlsbad, Santee, San Diego and unincorporated San Diego. Don’t miss this opportunity to have fun, save money and protect your pet. For more information regarding the expo please visit www.EncinitasParksandRec.com. Fee: Free Sunday June 2 Civic Center Parking Lot- 505 S. Vulcan Avenue 9a.m. to 1p.m.

Summer Sunday Concerts by the Sea at moonlight beach - free! Enjoy the summer fun in the sun. See back cover for more information or call (760) 633-2740. View the City Events Calendar at www.EncinitasCA.gov. Location: Moonlight Beach


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guide Staff are hard at work planning some great activities for fall. Later this summer, look for our Fall City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Parks make life better! Guide featuring a brand new event we will bring to Moonlight Beach and downtown Encinitas. Our Fall issue will also provide updates on the progress of Encinitas Community Park and an exciting opportunity to leave a lasting impression and become part of Encinitas history by securing a personalized paver at the new park. Stay tuned . . . Parks • Programs • Community

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Program GENERAL INFORMATION Inclusion Policy

We’ve got something for everyone this summer! The City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department is Parks make life better! providing up to 150 different sessions of summer camps, packaged into our handy camp section in this Parks and Recreation Guide. Also included are hundreds of programs and activities for all interests, ages and abilities. Be sure to check out the new facilities guide on page 3 and the City’s new web app on page 4 called “My Encinitas.” Parks • Programs • Community

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Free & drop-in programs Car Seat Checks Rural Metro Ambulance conducts FREE Car Seat Checks one Monday each month from 10:30a.m. – 12:30p.m. in the Community Center Parking Lot. No appointment necessary. Location: Upper Parking lot at Encinitas Community Center 3 Week Session June 3, July 1, August 5

Friday Night Social Bring your favorite CDs and dance the night away to your favorite tunes! Come join the fun! This FREE program is for adults with Developmental Disabilities and meets on the second Friday of each month. Call program supervisor at (760) 943-2261 for more information. Location: Encinitas Community Center June 14, July 12, August 9

Open Gym Open Gym hours are available daily for all ages. Activities include basketball, volleyball, badminton, pickleball and more. Open Gym is FREE on a drop-in basis. Bring a picture I.D. to check out any of our gym equipment or bring your own. Find the monthly Gym Calendar online a t w w w. E n c i n i t a s P a r k s a n d R e c . c o m o n t h e Encinitas Community and Senior Center page. C a l l ( 7 6 0 ) 9 4 3 - 2 2 6 0 f o r m o re i n f o r m a t i o n .

The City is an affirmative action public entity and does not discriminate on the basis of race/color, ethnic origin, national origin, sex, religion, age, veteran status or physical or mental disability in employment or the provision of service. The City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department is committed to the support of inclusive programs and opportunities to increase individual potential for full and active participation in all activities and experiences. Requests for accommodations will be considered on a caseby-case basis. If you require an accommodation, or need further information concerning inclusive or specialized recreation and accommodation for a city program, please contact us soon as possible or no later than 72 hours prior to disability accommodations being needed via email at encinitasparksandrec@ encinitasca.gov or call us at (760) 633-2740.

Transfer / Refunds / Cancellation Policy

Transfers may be processed prior to the second meeting date of a program and will not incur any fees if the transfer is to a program of equal or lesser value. Transfers to a program of greater value will include the program fee difference and an additional processing fee. Cancellations/Refunds — Activities are subject to change. A full refund will be given if the City cancels the activity. Refunds requested before the second program meeting date may be granted minus a $10.00 cancellation fee and $2.50 processing fee ($1.00 for seniors). Prorated refunds may be given for a medical reason based on the number of unattended days. Doctor’s note required. No refunds will be issued for inclement weather or after the second program meeting. The City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department reserves the right to adjust the transfer/refund policy depending upon the circumstances and the severity of the situation.

Code of Conduct The City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department Code of Conduct is to ensure respectful and safe participation in Encinitas recreation programs and activities. Participants, as well as parents of participating minors, may be required to sign Code of Conduct forms to acknowledge program rules, goals, expected behavior and/or consequential actions to support a positive and valued learning and/or recreational experience. This Code is also to be considered and adhered to by all contracted, voluntary and other support Staff.

Scholarships The City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department offers financial assistance to Encinitas Residents who meet income requirements. Please contact the Parks and Recreation Department office at (760) 633-2740 for information.

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All Senior Center programs are offered for those 50 years of age and up, unless otherwise noted. Classes are subject to change and may be cancelled if minimum participation is not met. Fee-based classes for the session require payment in full at the time of enrollment. You may register online, by mail or in person. Senior Center Phone Numbers Front Counter: (760) 943-2250 Lunch Reservations: (760) 943-2258 Out and About Transportation: (760) 943-2256 Senior Center Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 8:00a.m. – 4:00p.m. Closed July 4

Arts and Crafts Sittin’ and Knittin’ Knitters of all skill levels are invited to bring their yarn/ needles and work on projects with others who share their interest. No fee. Ongoing throughout the year. 4th Tuesday of every month. Volunteer Facilitator: Valerie Divita Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free

The Senior Computer Lab offers 14 Dell Internetaccessible computers with software applications, one printer and a scanner. Use of the computers and software is free and available when computer classes are not in session. M–F 8:00a.m.–3:45p.m. Location: Computer Lab at Encinitas Senior Center Fee: Free

Dance and Movement Social Dance Strike up the band and dance to the classic melodies of yesteryear! Couples and singles are welcome. Singles can look forward to “mixers” and “waterfalls”. Light refreshments are provided during intermission. There is a free raffle drawing at every dance. Admission is $5, payable at the door. Location: Banquet Hall 142 at Encinitas Community Center 3rd Friday of the month 2p.m. to 4p.m. Fri, June 21 - The Cradit Union

Fri, July 19 - Billy Harper Band Fri, Aug 16 - The Pier Group

Course #805; Tues, 10a.m. to Noon

Computers Computer Tutoring Volunteers will aid you with a working knowledge of computer applications such as computer start up/ shut down, email attachments, word processing, spreadsheets and Internet Services. Tutors will also teach you how to register for classes online. You can work with Microsoft Word, Excel and Windows programs. This is offered on a first come, first served basis. This program is ongoing throughout the year. Location: Computer Lab at Encinitas Senior Center Fee: Free Mon, June 3- Mon, August 26 Thu, June 6 - Thu, August 29 (No tutor June 24 and July 1) (No tutor July 4, 11, 18) 9a.m. to 11:00a.m. 1p.m. to 3p.m. Tutor: Linda Melikian Tutor: Tom Tindel Tue, June 4 - Tue, August 27 10a.m. to 11:30a.m. Tutor: Judy Gura

Fri, June 7 - Fri, June 28 9a.m. to 11:30a.m. Tutor: Shikah Sharma

Wed, June 5 - Wed, August 28 9:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Tutor: Tony Taussig

Fri, June 7 - Fri, August 30 (No tutor July 5 and 19) 1p.m. to 3p.m. Tutor: Jugesh Saxena

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Ballroom Dance Ballroom Dancing is fun and good for your health. Improve your posture, coordination, balance, timing and concentration by learning the basic steps, how to lead and how to follow. This is a beginner/ intermediate class. Come with or without a partner. Instructor: Sandy Schroeder Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Cha Cha Course #1754; Mon, June 10 - Mon, June 24 (No class June 3) 1:30p.m. to 2:30p.m. Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Foxtrot Course #1853; Mon, July 8 - Mon, July 29 (No class July 1) 1:30p.m. to 2:30p.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Jitterbug Course #2068; Mon, August 5 - Mon, August 12 (No class Aug 19, 26) 1:30p.m. to 2:30p.m. Fee: Resident: $11.00. Non-resident: $14.00

Hula and Tahitian Dance – Intermediate Have fun with exercise while learning cultural dances from the Polynesian Islands of Hawaii and Tahiti. Hula instruction includes using implements such as feathered gourds and graceful fingers to tell stories. Learn how to perform figure eights with your hips and much more. Instructor: Kailani Andreotti Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Course #1762; Thu, June 6 - Thu, June 27 2p.m. to 3p.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #1860; Thu, July 11 - Thu, July 25 (No class July 4) 2p.m. to 3p.m. Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 (No Hula in August)

Line Dancing Form lines and dance to popular music while doing vines, jazzboxes and shuffles. No partner required. Some basic knowledge of beginning steps required. Monthly registration required. FREE class on the 5th Monday and/or Friday of the month with monthly registration. Instructor: Lois Spaulding Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Beginning Level 1, Monday, 9a.m. to 10a.m. Course #1742; Mon, June 3 - Mon, June 24 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course #1914; Mon, July 1 - Mon, July 29 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course #2057; Mon, August 5 - Mon, August 26 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Beginning Level 2, Friday, 9a.m. to 10a.m. Course #1772; Fri, June 7 - Fri, June 28 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course #1874; Fri, July 5 - Fri, July 26 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course #2083; Fri, August 2 - Fri, August 30 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Intermediate. Friday, 10:15a.m. to 11:15a.m. Course #1773; Fri, June 7 - Fri, June 28 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course #1875; Fri, July 5 - Fri, July 26 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course #2084; Fri, August 2 - Fri, August 30 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00

Fitness Drumming Fit You + Drumsticks + Stability Ball + Music = An Amazing Wo r k o u t Experience! Feel and enjoy the pulsating rhythms, dynamic movement and powerful percussions of this new movement and rhythm program. Drumming rhythms on your stability ball works with your entire body and mind, freeing your spirit! All enthusiasts are welcome. NO instrumental or rhythm knowledge necessary. Dress lightly and bring water Instructor: Jen Dagati Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Course #2372; Tue, June 4 - Tue, June 25, 9a.m. to 10a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #2373; Tue, July 9 - Tue, July 30, 9a.m. to 10a.m. (No class July 2) Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #2374; Tue, August 6 - Tue, August 27, 9a.m. to 10a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

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“Pickleball is addictive, fun and fabulous.” -Kathe, Pickleball Player

Participate in synchronized fitness, stretching, strengthening, balance and coordination exercises. Exercise to music and build strength using elastic stretch bands. All fitness levels welcome (exercises may be performed while seated). Instructor: Carl Grubbs Course #1740; Mon, June 3 - Mon, June 24, 10:15a.m. to 11:15a.m. (June 24 class meets in the Banquet Hall side B) Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course #1913; Mon, July 1, 22 29, 10:15a.m. to 11:15a.m. in Banquet Hall side B Mon, July 8, 9:00a.m. to 10:00am in Parking lot (No class July15) Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course #2055; Mon, August 5, 9:00a.m. to 10:00a.m. in Parking lot Mon Aug 12- 26, 10:15a.m. to 11:15am in Gym Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00

Fun Sway This class is designed for those who love to “dance to the music.” Low impact movements with original upbeat songs from the 40s, 50s, and 60s give cardio workout that’s “fun with fitness” for all active adult ages and dance ability. Instructor: Charla Thomas Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Course #1760; Thu, June 6 - Thu, June 27, 10a.m. to 11a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #1858; Thu, July 11 - Thu, July 25, 10a.m. to 11am (No class July 4) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #2032; Thu, August 1 - Thu, August 22, 10a.m. to 11am (No class Aug 29) Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Pickleball is easier than tennis, more fun than badminton and a little slower paced than ping pong. It’s a social sport without being physically demanding. All basics and rules of the game are taught. Equipment is furnished by instructor. Volunteer Instructor: Pat Carroll Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #789; 2:30p.m. to 4p.m., Fri, June 14- August 23 (No play June 7, August 30)

Pickleball Open Play Come practice your skills. Please check the gym calendar at www.encinitasparksandrec.com for Pickleball play time. Must sign a waiver before playing. Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #1723; 8:30a.m. to 10:30a.m. (Play only on Wednesday, June 5, 12, 19 and Aug 14, 21)

Pilates Mat Class Pilates is the perfect method of body conditioning. Pilates exercises focus on conditioning the whole body and strengthening the core and spinal muscles. Build a strong, supple, and toned body. Improve posture and flexibility while reducing stress. Class instruction will be modified to fit your physical abilities. Please wear comfortable clothing. Instructor: Sandy Schroeder Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Course #1755; Mon, June 10 - Mon, June 24, 12:15p.m. to 1:15p.m. (No class June 3) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #1855; Mon, July 8 - Mon, July 29, 12:15p.m. to 1:15pm (No class July 1) Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #2074; Mon, August 5 - Mon, August 12, 12:15p.m. to 1:15p.m. (No class Aug 19, 26) Fee: Resident: $11.00. Non-resident: $14.00

Check out the new and improved City website at: www.EncinitasCA.gov

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Tai Chi Chih is a moving meditation that consists of 20, easy enjoyable movements that may help cultivate health, serenity and longevity. Tai Chi Chih practice improves balance, reduces stiffness, regulates blood pressure, increases energy, promotes restful sleep, and relieves stress. Learn all 20 movements in the 3 month beginning class, and refine for greater benefit in the intermediate class. (No beginning class offered during the summer.) Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Intermediate (Wednesday) Instructor: Christina Tillotson Course #1756; Wed, June 12 - Wed, June 26, 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. (No class June 6) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00

Qi Gong Qi Gong is an ancient system developed in Asia for overall fitness and health. Participants will engage in simple, fluid motions that include standing, movement and sitting. Instructor: Andrew Jones Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Monday, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Course #1743; Mon, June 3 - Mon, June 24, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #1916; Mon, July 1 - Mon, July 29, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course # 2059; Mon, August 5 - Mon, August 26, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Thursday, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Course #1764; Thu, June 6 - Thu, June 27, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #1863; Thu, July 11 - Thu, July 25, 8:30a.m. to 9:30am (No class July 4) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #2080; Thu, August 1 - Thu, August 29, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00

Silver Age Yoga This is a 60-minute Free Yoga class open to all seniors. Enjoy the benefits of Yoga from the comfort of your chair or the floor. All fitness levels can benefit from this class. Quarterly registration is required. Instructor: Silver Age Volunteer Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #2058; Mon, June 3 - Mon, August 26 2p.m. to 3p.m.

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Course #1856; Wed, July 3 - Wed, July 24, 10:30a.m. to 11:30am (No class July 31) Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #2030; Wed, August 7 - Wed, August 21, 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. (No class Aug 28) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Intermediate (Friday) Instructor: Pam Towne Course #1781; Fri, June 7 - Fri, June 28, 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #1882; Fri, July 5 - Fri, July 26, 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #2091; Fri, August 9 - Fri, August 30, 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. (No class Aug 2) Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Gentle Yoga Move with your breath! Customized poses may improve joint mobility, increase muscle tone, improve circulation, increase balance, release tension, and improve the quality of your sleep. Regain bountiful energy and a spring in your step! Appropriate for Beginner-Intermediate levels. Please bring a yoga mat. Instructor: Julia Tanner Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Course #2375; Wed, June 5 - Wed, June 26, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #2376; Wed, July 10 - Wed, July 31, 8:30a.m. to 9:30am (No class July 3) Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 2377; Wed, August 7 - Wed, August 28, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00


Zumba Gold

Enjoy the healing practice of yoga in this beginning to intermediate class designed to balance and align body, mind, emotions, spirit, and life energy. We’ll practice breathing and centering, flow in and out of yoga poses that stretch, strengthen, and energize, and finally recline in guided relaxation. You’ll leave with a joyful sense of well-being! Please bring a yoga mat. One pound wrist weights are optional. Instructor: Susie Behr Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center

Zumba Gold can leave a person with a “feel good” sensation by using easy-to-follow dance steps, coupled with infectious music, to create a truly fun and party-like atmosphere. This class is a moderate cardio workout for all levels and abilities. Dance your way to vibrant health. Dress lightly and bring water. Instructor: Donna Billmeyer Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center

Tuesday, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Course #1751; Tue, June 4 - Tue, June 25, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #1932; Tue, July 2 - Tue, July 30, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #2065; Tue, August 6 - Tue, August 20, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. (No class Aug 27) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Tuesday, 10:00a.m. to 11:00a.m. Course #1752; Tue, June 4 - Tue, June 25, 10a.m. to 11a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #1933; Tue, July 2 - Tue, July 30, 10a.m. to 11a.m. Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #2066; Tue, August 6 - Tue, August 20, 10a.m. to 11am (No class Aug 27) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Thursday, 10a.m. to 11a.m. Course #1765; Thu, June 6 - Thu, June 27, 10a.m. to 11a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #1864; Thu, July 11 - Thu, July 25, 10a.m. to 11am (No class July 4) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #2081; Thu, August 1 - Thu, August 22, 10a.m. to 11am (No class Aug 29) Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Yoga: The Fountain of Youth This ancient system of integrating body, mind, and spirit keeps us energized and healthy as we move into the latter part of our life. Attention to the mind and awareness of the breath, added to the movements of the body, will bring clarity of mind, improved circulation and enhanced flexibility. These safe and gentle poses will leave you feeling relaxed and rejuvenated. Please bring a yoga mat. Instructor: Catharine Chichakian Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Course #2378; Fri, June 7 - Fri, June 28, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 No classes in July

Course #1753; Tue, June 4 - Tue, June 25, 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #1934; Tue, July 9 - Tue, July 30, 10:30a.m. to 11:30am (No class July 2) Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #2067; Tue, August 6 - Tue, August 27 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Games Duplicate Bridge Play Improve your skill level, concentration and memory by playing the challenging game of ACBLsanctioned Duplicate Bridge. This is a weekly ongoing program, so you may participate at any time throughout the year. Cost is $41 for a book of 8 play coupons/play sessions. No expiration date for coupon books. No refunds or exchanges. Director: Paul Landrum Location: Banquet Hall 142B at Encinitas Community Center Fee: $41.00 Thu, June 6 - Thu, August 29, 12:30p.m. to 4p.m. (No play July 4)

Mah Jong We l o o k f o r w a rd t o y o u r p a r t i c i p a t i o n i n t h i s re l a x e d e n v i ro n m e n t , w h e re a l l l e v e l s of friendly competition are welcome. Every Thursday Location: Meeting Room 120A at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #784; Thu, 12:30p.m. to 3:30p.m. (No play July 4)

Party Bridge We l o o k f o r w a rd t o y o u r p a r t i c i p a t i o n i n t h i s re l a x e d e n v i ro n m e n t , w h e re a l l l e v e l s of friendly competition are welcome. Every Thursday Location: Meeting Room 120B at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #788; Thu, 12:30p.m. to 3:30p.m. (No play July 4)

Course #2380; Fri, August 2 - Fri, August 30, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00

To find current classes, activities and Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department information, visit EncinitasParksandRec.com

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Pool Tournament The City of Encinitas Senior Center hosts quarterly Pool Tournaments in January, April, July and October. Tournaments are held the third Thursday of the month at 11:00a.m. Refreshments will be provided and there is no fee to participate. Prizes will be awarded to the 1st place winner! Location: Game Room at Encinitas Senior Center Fee: Free Thu, July 18, 2013 11a.m. to 4p.m.

Music Sing for your Life It’s a singing party! Uplifting music, great company and all around fun! Open to everyone. Performances are optional. Instructor: Chanara Richmond Location: Game Room at Encinitas Senior Center

Nutrition Project Council

Course #2087; Fri, August 16 - Fri, August 30, 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. (No class Aug 2, 9) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00

The most effective way to ensure that the Nutrition Program is addressing the needs of the senior community is to have a participant advisory body, the Nutrition Project Council. The Council advises the Nutrition Coordinator on matters relating to the provision of nutrition. Everyone is welcome to attend. 2nd Friday of every other month Location: Banquet Hall 142A at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Fri; July 12, 9:30a.m. to 10:30a.m.

Nutrition

Outreach Services

Course #1778; Fri, June 7 - Fri, June 28, 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #1879; Fri, July 5 - Fri, July 26, 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Little Oaks Cafe Enjoy a delicious meal served in the Banquet Hall. Reservations are required and can be made up until 8:00a.m. of the day you would like to have lunch, by calling (760) 943-2258. Although reservations are required for a guaranteed meal, extras may be available on a first-come-first-served basis for those without a reservation. Check the menus available at the Senior Center for daily meal options. This program is supported by donations, the Older Americans Act with funds awarded to the City of Encinitas by the County of San Diego Aging and Independence Services, and the City of Encinitas. The suggested donation for seniors 60+ is $4. No eligible person shall be denied a meal because of failure or inability to contribute. Under 60 there is a mandatory fee of $6. No lunch Thursday, July 4. Nutrition Coordinators: Judy Esquivel and Lynda Smith Location: Banquet Hall 142A at Encinitas Community Center M-F; 11:30a.m. to 12:30p.m.

AARP Driver’s Safety Program This is the Nation’s first and largest 8-hour classroom refresher course designed especially for drivers 55+. Insurance companies offer discounts to graduates of the program. Cost is $12 with an AARP card and $14 for general public per person. Fee must be paid in class by check made payable to AARP only. Be sure to bring your AARP card to class. Call (760) 943-2250 to reserve a spot. 2nd and 3rd Tuesday of every other month. Volunteer Instructor: Carl Palechek Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Tue; 12:30p.m. to 4:30p.m., July 9 & 16

Bereavement Support Group “As they participate, they remember; as they remember, they grieve, as they grieve, they heal.” For those looking to find help and healing from the loss of a loved-one, come and participate in this ongoing grief support group, led by Bereavement Counselors from Hospice By the Sea. Each session will provide participants the space to share stories as well as exercises and instruction related to navigating grief and loss processes. 1st and 3rd Monday of the month Volunteer Facilitator: Patricia Thompson Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #755 Mon; 2:30p.m. to 3:30p.m.

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HICAP Counseling

An EMT from San Diego Medical Services is available to check your blood pressure. 1st and 3rd Friday of the month 1st and 3rd Friday of the month Location: Conference Room A 119 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free

HICAP stands for Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program. Ask a counselor about Medicare, supplemental insurance, HMO options and medical bills. By appointment only; call (800) 434-0222. Ages: 60 and up. Location: Conference Room B 116 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free

Course #756; Fri, 9:30a.m. to 11:30a.m.

Cal Vet Veterans are you interested in getting the benefits you have earned? Do you have questions about the VA system? A volunteer, working with the California Department of Veterans Affairs (CalVet), and the San Diego County Veterans Service Office, will be at the Encinitas Senior Center outside of the Banquet Hall the 2nd Wednesday of the month from 9:00a.m. to 1:00p.m. to assist veterans, spouses, and families with obtaining their benefits. This is a free service to help vets determine what benefits may be available to them, determine their eligibility, provide referrals to appropriate services or organizations, and even answer those, what does this letter mean, questions. Appointments are not necessary. 2nd Wednesday of the month Cal Vet Volunteer: Jim Cejka Location: Outside Banquet Hall 142A Fee: Free Wed, 9a.m. to 1p.m.

Diabetes Support Group Seniors dealing with diabetes, or who have a family member who has diabetes, are invited to attend the Support Group. Information and emotional aid are offered. Generally meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month Volunteer Facilitator: Tracy Lewis Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #765; Tue, 10a.m. to 11a.m.

Elder Law and Advocacy An attorney can help you with legal services such as wills, family issues, fraud, neglect, power of attorney and other legal issues. Appointments required; call (800) 434-0222. Ages: 60 and up. 4th Thursday of every month. Attorney: Karin Schumacher Location: Conference Room A 119 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #768; Thu, 10a.m. to 2p.m.

3rd Tuesday of the month Volunteer Facilitator: Cheri Saifnia Course #1149; Tue, 9a.m. to 11a.m. 2nd Thursday of the month Volunteer Facilitator: Joanne Fink Course #744; Thu; 9:30a.m. to 11:30a.m.

Project C.A.R.E. Project C.A.R.E. is a FREE “Safety Net” program of services for Encinitas seniors. If you live alone, this is a great resource. Services include: Gatekeeper, Vial of Life, Home Safety Check and information and referrals. Call (760) 943-2250 for more information. Location: Encinitas Senior Center

The Angel’s Depot Program The Encinitas Senior Center partners with Angel’s Depot, a nonprofit, charitable agency, that packs nonperishable, nutritionally balanced boxes of food for low income senior citizens. The FREE food boxes from Angel’s Depot are delivered to the Center monthly and distributed at the Senior Center. The program is for Encinitas residents ages 55+ with a disability who meet the income qualifications. Please call (760) 599-7093 for additional eligibility requirements and an application. Location: Outreach Office at Encinitas Senior Center

Volunteer Opportunities Volunteers are vital to the Senior Center. Volunteers assist with Senior Dances, the Nutrition Program, Out and About Transportation, Instructional Classes and much more. Please pick up an application from the Senior Center front counter if any of the above opportunities interest you and you have some time to give.

Out and About Volunteer Driver Opportunity The Senior Center is always seeking more volunteer drivers to keep up with the Out and About passenger demand. If you would like to volunteer a few hours a week and receive mileage reimbursement, please notify Gail Dupler, Transportation Coordinator at (760) 943-2256.

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50+ Singles Club Get involved and socialize with other seniors in the community. The Senior Singles Club meets the last Wednesday of every month to plan group gatherings to community events, leisure walks, dinner, and much more. Last Wed of every month Volunteer Facilitator: Lucille Brown Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #744; Wed, 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m.

Book Club The Book Club explores a wide variety of books ranging from fiction to nonfiction. Book selection is determined jointly by the facilitator and the group. The book for June 19 is Burn my Heart at Wounded Knee. The book for July 17 is The Killer Angels. August 21 is Virginia Woolf author month. 3rd Wednesday of every month Volunteer Facilitator: Carole Joyce Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Course # 757; Wed, 1p.m. to 2:30p.m.

Current Events Discussion of current events presented in a round table format offers individuals the opportunity to share their opinions and learn from each other. If you like to discuss news, topics on C-SPAN, or talk radio, this is for you. Every Tuesday Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #764, Tue, 1:30p.m. to 3p.m.

Italian Conversation Speak, read and write Italian with others who enjoy the language and want to improve their skills. All levels are welcome to attend, although some basic Italian is desired. Every Thursday Volunteer Facilitator: Donald Cifarelli Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #779; Thu, 1p.m. to 3p.m. (No class July 4)

Movie Classics Are you interested in how literary classics have been portrayed on the big screen? This monthly program will look at how movie versions of famous and popular novels are described, contrasted, and discussed. Movie suggestions are welcomed and encouraged. Please call (760) 943-2250 for each month’s movie showing. 2nd Wednesday of the month Volunteer Facilitator: Carol Ashworth Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #785; Wed, June 12, July 10, Aug 14, 1p.m. to 3:30p.m.

Presentation-Lifestyles of the Healthy Brain Attend a workshop presented by Diane Darby Beach and At Home Care Solution to identify specific brain healthy foods; understand how physical exercise can improve brain health, and learn mentally challenging activities that strengthen brain function; and recognize the importance of social interaction with regard to the brain. RSVP at the Encinitas Senior Center front counter by calling (760) 943-2250. Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Wed, August 21, 2013, 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m.

Senior Commission Meeting The Senior Citizen Commission meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 2:00p.m. in Council Chambers at Encinitas City Hall. Meeting go dark in July, August and December. The public is welcome to attend. Location: Encinitas City Hall Council Chambers 3rd Tuesday of the month 2p.m. to 3p.m.

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The Stamp Club brings together stamp collecting enthusiasts who are looking to share individual and unusual stamp stories, trade stamps and discuss upcoming meeting topics. 1st Wednesday of the each month Volunteer: David Montag Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #807; Wed, 10:30a.m. to Noon

Writing For Life This class focuses on general writing principles of structure, voice and narrative flow. Overall writing techniques will be taught, with time devoted each class period for writing exercises and sharing of written articles. While a focus for some students can be how to apply skills learned in class to writing an actual memoir, the course allows for basic writing practice surrounding either small or large life-changing event description, people/characters and personal expression in the everyday world, both past and present. Instructor: Rosalie Cushman Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Course #1849; Mon, June 3 - Mon, June 24, 1p.m. to 2p.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 2060; Mon, July 1 - Mon, July 29, 1p.m. to 2p.m. Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course # 2385; Mon, August 5 - Mon, August 26, 1p.m. to 2p.m. Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Transportation LIFT L i f t o ff e r s c u r b - t o - c u r b t r a n s p o r t a t i o n f o r ADA certified passengers. For an application call (877) 232-7433. To schedule a ride call (760) 726-1111.

Encinitas Senior Center Lunch Transportation The Lunch Transportation Program is designed to transport eligible senior citizens to and from the Senior Center for lunches Monday through Friday. If you or someone you know is interested in rides to the lunches, call (760) 943-2257 to request an application. Suggested $2 donation per round-trip van ride. Suggested $4 donation per round-trip LIFT ride. Van Drivers: Harold Thyberg and Benny Andaya

NCTD Breeze For public bus service call (760) 966-6500.

NCTD Flex 374 On demand, curb to curb service. Your new ride to shopping, community centers, libraries, the beach and more! For reservations call (855) 844-1454.

Out and About EncinitasGet on Board! Are you an Encinitas senior citizen resident with no means of transportation? If so, you may be eligible to become a passenger. Volunteer drivers will take you to the grocery store, doctor appointments, pharmacy, Senior Center and many other locations in Encinitas. Call Gail Dupler, Transportation Coordinator at (760) 943-2256 to request an application. There is no charge. At the present time, approved Out and About Passengers are being put on a wait list. When additional drivers become available, passengers will be notified in the order the applications were received.

RideFACT This new senior dial a ride service provides general purpose trips for seniors 60+ 7 days a week. For reservations call (888) 942-3228.

To find current classes, activities and Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department information, visit EncinitasParksandRec.com

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PROGRAM REGI S TRATION

SUMMER REGISTRATION BEGINS

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Walk-In:

Come by and register in person. We accept payment by credit/debit card, check or money order, payable to the City of Encinitas. The Parks and Recreation office at City Hall is open Monday through Friday, 7:00a.m. – 6:00p.m. and is closed on alternating Fridays. The Encinitas Community and Senior Center is open for registration Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. – 6:00p.m.

Mail-In:

Mail your completed and signed Activity Registration Form along with a check or money order payable to the City of Encinitas. For classes held at the Encinitas Community and Senior Center, mail to: Encinitas Community and Senior Center, 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive, Encinitas, CA 92024. For other programs and activities, mail to: City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department, 505 S. Vulcan Avenue, Encinitas, CA 92024. GENERAL INFORMATION 1. Make all checks payable to City of Encinitas. 2. Payment in full required at time of registration. 3. Programs may have limited enrollment. You may be put on a wait list if program is full. 4. All classes subject to time/date change. 5. $2.50 non-refundable registration processing fee is included in each course. registration fee. $1 fee for Senior Center programs.

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CONCERTS Music By The Sea

Friday, June 14, 2013, 7:30 p.m. Tickets: $12 www.EncinitasCA.gov/concerts Course #1673 Encinitas Library, 540 Cornish Drive, Encinitas, CA 92024 CEORA WINDS, MICHELLE MATSUMUNE, flute, HEATHER MILLETTE, clarinet, CHRISTIN WEBB, bassoon The members of Ceora Winds have played chamber music together for more than 10 years, performing throughout Southern California and across the country. Its members hold advanced degrees from leading schools, including Oberlin and Peabody Conservatories, Cleveland Institute of Music, Indiana University, and California Institute of the Arts. Equally adept at classical standards, jazz arrangements, and everything in between, Ceora Winds brings the joy of chamber music to each performance. www.ceorawinds.com

iPalpiti Festival of International Laureates

From July 11–14, eight award-winning young instrumental soloists from around the world will perform four concerts at the Encinitas Library. Each has won a major international music competition and is a rising star in classical music. Enjoy virtuosic performances and a delicious reception 30 minutes before each concert, on the patio overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Jim Chute of the U-T San Diego listed last year’s sold-out festival as one of the best music events of the summer so purchase your tickets early! Violin: Conrad Chow/Canada, Irina Chepizhnaya/Russia, Irakli Tsadaia/Georgia and Davide de Ascaniis/Italy. Viola: Adelya Shagidullina/Tatarstan, Victor de Almeida/USABrazil. Cello: Jacob Shaw/UK-Denmark. Piano: Tanya Gabrielian/USA.

iPalpiti Festival programs include: Beethoven Quintet Op. 104 in C Minor, Bruckner String Quintet in F major-Adagio, popular virtuoso duos, and more! Info: www.EncinitasCA. gov/concerts www.ipalpiti.org                         

(Season Passes)

Five Concert Season Pass. Four Encinitas concerts plus iPalpiti Orchestra, Eduard Schmieder, Conductor, Soka University, Also Viejo. Includes luxury coach transportation. Course #2438; On sale from March 12-July 11, 2013. Cost: $105 Four Concert Season Pass. Four Encinitas concerts. Course #2439; On sale from March 12-July 11, 2013. Cost: $55

(Individual Concerts)

Concert 1; iPalpiti Soloists, Thursday, July 11, 2013, 7:30pm Encinitas Library. Cost: $15 Course #2440; On sale from May 15-July 11, 2013. Concert 2; iPalpiti Soloists, Friday, July 12, 2013, 7:30pm Encinitas Library. Cost: $15 Course #2443; On sale from May 15-July 12, 2013. Concert 3; iPalpiti Soloists, Saturday, July 13, 2013, 7:30pm Encinitas Library. Cost: $15 Course #2444; On sale from May 15-July 13, 2013. Concert 4; iPalpiti Soloists, Sunday, July 14, 2013, 2:00pm Encinitas Library. Cost: $15 Course #2445; On sale from May 15-July 14, 2013. Concert 5; iPalpiti Orchestra, Eduard Schmieder, Conductor. Sunday, July 21, 2013, 4:00pm. Soka University, Aliso Viejo. Repertoire TBA. Cost: $51 (Includes luxury coach transportation) Course #2446; On sale from May 15-July 21, 2013.

Wednesdays@Noon

There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but there are free lunchtime concerts at the Encinitas Library. Wednesdays@ Noon are BYOBB — as in Bring Your Own Brown Bag lunch. The weekly 45- minute concerts feature outstanding musicians from throughout the county performing all styles of music. For info on this week’s concert, visit: www.EncinitasCA.gov/news. We hope to see you often!

For more info, contact the City of Encinitas Arts Administrator Jim Gilliam at (760) 633-2746 OR jgilliam@EncinitasCA.gov.


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