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PARKS RECREATION &

IN THE SPOTLIGHT: EXPLORE ENCINITAS DO MORE IN 2017 SEE PAGE 4

WORLD CLASS MUSIC

THE CITY’S MUSIC BY THE SEA SERIES IS SECOND TO NONE SEE PAGE 36

BE IN THE KNOW GET SOCIAL IN ENCINITAS SEE BACK COVER

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Connect With U�! 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) Book Your Meeting, Event or Special Celebration (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

Encinitas Youth Commission Meets first Wed of every month (Sept-June) 4:30pm, Civic Center Council Chambers. Senior Citizen Commission - Meets third Tuesday of every month (no meetings July, August, December), 2:00pm, Civic Center Council Chambers.

Commission for the Arts- Meets first Monday of every month, 5:00pm, Civic Center Council Chambers. Parks and Recreation Commission Meets third Tuesday of every month, 5:00pm, Civic Center Council Chambers Visit www.EncinitasCA.gov for City Commission information.

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F�om the Directo�’� Des�… Hello Encinitas! As the Director of Parks and Recreation, I encourage all of you to get out and explore Encinitas. The City has a wide variety of parks, beaches, trails and open space for everyone to enjoy. These amenities are for people of all ages and we even have amenities for our four legged friends. Whether you want to play a game of catch in a park, take a stroll along a trail, surf in the ocean or just bask in the beauty that is Encinitas, come out and explore. Parks and Recreation also has wonderful programs for the entire family. Our goal is to promote active lifestyles and community health by furthering access to trails, parks, beaches and other recreational opportunities.

Director of Parks and Recreation City of Encinitas

FEATURES Places To Play Page 4

Music By The Sea Page 36

Turf Maintenance Page 39

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TINY TOTS (Arts & Crafts, Dance, Exploration, Sports & Fitness, Special Interest) ...................................................... 6-8 YOUTH/TEEN (Acting, Arts & Crafts, Camps, Dance, Fitness, Leadership in Training, Special Interest) .................... 9-12 ADULTS (Acting, Dance, Fitness, Music, Special Interest) ....................................................................................... 13-17 SPORTS (Basketball, Golf, Skateboarding, Soccer, Softball & Kickball, Surf, Volleyball) .......................................... 18-23 ADULTS 50+ (Arts & Crafts, Computers, Dance, Fitness, Games, Music, Nutrition, Outreach Services, Special Interest, Transportation)................................................................................. 24-35 CONCERTS ........................................................................................................................................................... 36-37 PROGRAM REGISTRATION ........................................................................................................................................38 PROGRAM GENERAL INFORMATION........................................................................................................................38


EXPLORE ENCINITAS Places to Pla�

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City of Encinitas Parks & Recreation Dept. Office

505 S Vulcan Ave

For information call (760) 633-2740

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Encinitas Community & Senior Center

1140 Oakcrest Park Dr

For information call (760) 943-2260

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Camp Building at Glen Park

2149 Orinda in Glen Park

For information call (760) 633-2740

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Encinitas Ranch Golf Course

1275 Quail Gardens Drive

For information call (760) 944-1936

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Pac

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Oce an

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Scott Valley Park

1602 Willowhaven Rd

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Leo Mullen Sports Park

951 Via Cantebria

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398 J Street

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Ocean View

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Little Oaks Equestrian Park

2879 Lone Jack Rd

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Equestrian Coral

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Cottonwood Creek Park

95 N Vulcan Ave

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Hawk View Park

1309 Blue Heron Ave

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Leucadia Roadside Park

860 North Coast Hwy 101

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Orpheus Park

482 Orpheus Ave

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Cornish Dr & D St

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Encinitas Viewpoint Park*

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Oakcrest Park

1219 Encinitas Blvd

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Bocce, Horseshoes

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498 H Street

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Ocean View

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498 I Street

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Glen Park

2149 Orinda Dr

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Basketball, Tennis, V-ball, Horseshoes

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Sun Vista Park

2011 Avenida La Posta

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Off-leash hours, East Side

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Cardiff Sports Park

1661 Lake Dr (8am 9pm)

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Leucadia Oaks Park

1511 N Vulcan Ave

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Skate Feature, V-ball, Basketball

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Wiro Park

2232 El Camino Del Norte

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Las Verdes Park

1390 Paseo De Las Verdes

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Mildred MacPherson

1045 South Vulcan Ave

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Basketball

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Encinitas Community Park

425 Santa Fe Dr

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Paul Ecke Sports Park

278 Saxony Rd (8am 11pm)

Dog Park, Skate Park, Sports Fields

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Baseball, Soccer

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Moonlight Beach

400 B St

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V-ball, Tennis, Dog Park, Skate Park, Sports Fields

*Available for special ceremonies only.

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join us for the city’s cherished annual

EGG HUNT Saturday, April 15

10am – 12pm A FREE FUN FAMILY EVENT! ages 11 and under

It’s all about the kids !

Encinitas Community Park 425 Santa Fe Drive

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ENCINITAS COMMUNITY AND SENIOR CENTER Spring Recital- Saturday, March 25, 3p.m. to 5p.m.

Step In Time

We’re excited to announce our Spring Performing Arts Recital“Step in Time.” The Encinitas Community and Senior Center has wonderful performance based classes such as dance, theater, music, and singing for all ages. We invite everyone to come celebrate our performers’ many talents at this special showcase.

Call the Encinitas Community Center at 760-943-2260 for more information.

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Want to be a part of the “Step In Time” recital? Sign up for a tiny tot, youth, teen, adult or senior program with the “Recital Program” stamp next to the title this spring.

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Car Seat Checks

A certified AMR child passenger safety technician conducts FREE car seat checks on the 1st Monday of each month (January car seat check held on 1/9) from 9:30a.m. to 12:00p.m. in the Community Center Parking Lot. Call (858) 449-5174 for more information.

Little Hands Make It & Take It (Ages 6mo and up) Join us monthly for a free, fun family activity where you can create wonderful art work while making new friends and discovering more opportunities to participate with Encinitas Parks and Rec! Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Free 11a.m. to noon Monday , January 9, February 6, March 6, April 3, May 1

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Registration for Winter and Spring classes begins December 5. Be sure to visit us online for new programs and updates throughout the year. Classes must meet course minimums at least 2 days before class start date. Help avoid disapointment and cancellations by registering today. We offer a full refund if a course is cancelled.

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Hula, Tahitian and Maori Dance L CITA Family Class (ages 2 years and up) RE RFOR MA

Kailani Andreotti Polynesian dancing from different islands using P o i b a l l s , H a w a i i a n i m p l e m e n t s , Ta h i t i a n i i s . Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $25.00. Non-resident: $35.00 4:00p.m. to 5:00p.m. Course #7172; Tue, January 10 - Tue, January 31 Course #7173; Tue, February 7 - Tue, February 28 Course #7174; Tue, March 7 - Tue, March 28 Course #7175; Tue, April 4 - Tue, April 25 Course #7176; Tue, May 2 - Tue, May 30

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Charlene’s Dance and Cheer So you think you can dance? Calling all boys and girls! In this high-energy, age-appropriate class, kids will learn fun hip-hop techniques and combinations, danced to their favorite music! Children will also learn a very special dance routine in preparation for an end of session recital! Location: Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $74.50, Non-resident: $84.50 Wednesdays, 4:30p.m. to 5p.m Course #7343; Wed, Feb 1 - Wed, March 8 Course #7344; Wed, March 15 - Wed, April 19


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Friendship Preschool (ages 3-5) Marcia Stanley Hands-on activities will help your child experience the world with wonder and “set the stage” for a life-long love of learning. Activities include art, music, story time, games, imaginative play and kindergarten readiness skills. *Parents are required to participate twice a month. For more information visit www.encinitasfriendshipschool.com. Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:30a.m. to 1:30p.m. Fee: Resident: $572.50, Non-resident: $582.50 Course #6961; Tue, January 31 - Thu, March 30 Course #6962; Tue, April 4 - Thu, June 8 (spring break 4/11 & 13)

Mommy & Me Music (Ages 3 mo - 4 years)

Parent and Me Tumbling & Creative TAL RECI Movement (ages 1 – 2 1/2 years) INITAS NC

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Charlene’s Dance and Cheer Introduce your little one to gymnastics and tumbling in a FUN, engaging atmosphere that will help your child channel their energy and development with the comfort of mom or dad by their side while learning essential early skills! Our age-appropriate activities for kids are designed to facilitate maximum fun and ongoing skill development through movement, music, and learning. Parent participation is required. Location: Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $74.50, Non-resident: $84.50 9:00a.m. to 9:30a.m Course #7339; Mon, January 30 - Mon, March 13 Course #7340; Mon, March 20 - Mon, May 1

Tiffany Spencer Come join other families in song, chant, movement and instrument play. We have drums, bells, triangles, shakers, scarves, sticks and more. Your child will love the opportunity to experiment with music. Location: Encinitas Community Center 9a.m. to 9:45a.m. Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50 Course #7250; Fri, January 20 - Fri, February 17 Fee: Resident: $97.50. Non-resident: $107.50 Course #7251; Fri, March 3 - Fri, April 7 Course #7252; Fri, April 21 - Fri, May 26 10a.m. to 10:45a.m. Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50 Course #7253; Fri, January 20 - Fri, February 17 Fee: Resident: $97.50. Non-resident: $107.50 Course #7254; Fri, March 3 - Fri, April 7 Course #7255; Fri, April 21 - Fri, May 26

“My husband and I don’t have a bit of rhythm or musical ability between us. Somehow Ms. Tiffany has been able to turn our son Brady into a musician. He loves it, and with any luck, he’s been spared the social awkwardness that goes along with the lack of rhythm and dancing ability we’ve suffered, ha!” - BRADY’S MOM

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Ice Skating Tots (Ages 3 - 5 years)

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Get on the ice at the new indoor Icetown arena in Carlsbad! Develop preliminary coordination and strength to maneuver on the ice. Standing, sitting, gliding, and backwards wiggles will be taught. Includes skate rental on the day of the class. Please provide your own helmet. Free public skating is included for those enrolled (skate rental is not included for public skate sessions.)

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Charlene’s Dance and Cheer Introduce your little one to gymnastics and tumbling in a FUN, engaging atmosphere that will help your child channel their energy and development. Students will stretch, jump, and learn conditioning exercises and how to properly execute forward rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends, and more! Music, movement, and parachute play is also incorporated.

Location: Icetown - 2283 Cosmos Ct, Carlsbad 92011 Instructor: Icetown Coaches Fee: Resident: $91.50. Non-resident: $101.50 Thursdays, 5:20p.m. to 5:50p.m. Course #7049; Thu, January 5 - Thu, January 26 Course #7050; Thu, February 2 - Thu, February 23 Course #7051; Thu, March 2 - Thu, March 23 Course #7052; Thu, April 6 - Thu, April 27

Location: Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $74.50, Non-resident: $84.50 9:30a.m. to 10:00a.m Course #7341; Mon, January 30 - Mon, March 13 Course #7342; Mon, March 20 - Mon, May 1 INITAS NC

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Musical Spanish is a fun, dynamic class that includes singing, dancing, books, and games. The instructor is a native speaker who holds early child development certificate. Parent participation is required! Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $100.00. Non-resident: $110.00 10a.m. to 10:45a.m. Course #7207; Wed, January 4 - Wed, February 15 Course #7208; Wed, February 22 - Wed, April 5 Course #7209; Wed, April 19 - Wed, May 31

Ice Hockey Tots (Ages 3 - 5 years)

Develop preliminary coordination and strength to maneuver on the ice. How to glide, stop, start, and dip will be taught. Please provide your own helmet. Includes skate rental on the day of the class. Free public skating is included for those enrolled (skates not included.) Location: Icetown 2283 Cosmos Ct, Carlsbad, Ca 92011 Instructor: Icetown Coaches Thursdays, 5:20p.m. to 5:50p.m. Fee: Resident: $91.50. Non-resident: $101.50 Course #7053;Thu, January 5 - Thu, January 26 Course #7054; Thu, February 2 - Thu, February 23 Course #7055; Thu, March 2 - Thu, March 23 Course #7056;Thu, April 6 - Thu, April 27

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S.M.A.R.T. Power Hour (Ages 5-14) S.M.A.R.T. - Studying Math and Reading Time. Join us for a focused hour of study with our team of tutors weekly. Our program specializes in helping your child with their math and reading schoolwork and studies. Please call (760) 633-2759 for more information. Location: Computer Room at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Wednesdays 3:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. Course #7292; Wed, January 4 - Wed, May 31

Aleta Barthell

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Put your child’s imagination into action in Kid’s Act where they create their own characters and plays. In the end, at a professional theatre, students will perform their original plays, along with a short piece of Shakespearean verse, in front of scenery that they’ve created for family and friends. Session 1 final performance will be held offsite on March 18 plus perform in our recital. Location: Encinitas Community Center Jr.s Ages 4-6 Fee: Resident: $181.50. Non-resident: $191.50 4:00p.m. to 4:45p.m. Course #7164; Wed, January 18 - Wed, March 15 Course #7165 Wed, April 5 - Wed, May 31 Ages 7-10 Fee: Resident: $191.50. Non-resident: $201.50 5:00p.m. to 6:00p.m. Course #7166; Wed, January 18 - Wed, March 15 Course #7167; Wed, April 5 - Wed, May 31

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Intrepid Shakespeare Theatre Presented by the award-winning Intrepid Theatre Company’s Young Actors Drama program is geared towards young artists who seek further training in the performing arts. The class will culminate in a performance showcase for friends and family. Location: Encinitas Community Center Stage Fee: Resident: $182.50. Non-resident: $192.50

Intrepid Theatre Young Actors Spring Camp (ages 6-15) Presented by the award-winning Intrepid Theatre Company, Young Actors is geared towards young artists who seek further training in the performing arts. The class will culminate in a performance showcase for friends and family. Location: Encinitas Community Center Stage 9a.m. to 3p.m. Fee: Resident: $227.50. Non-resident: $237.50 Course #7171; Mon, April 10 - Fri, April 14

Jrs. Ages 6-10 3:30p.m. to 5:00p.m. Course #7170; Mon, January 23 - Mon, March 20

Seaside Day Camp (ages 5-12)

Ages 11-14 3:30p.m. to 5:00p.m. Course #7169; Mon, January 23 - Mon, March 20 INITAS NC

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Intrepid Shakespeare Theatre Geared towards young artists who seek further training in the performing arts. Students will put on a dramatic production with professional technical components. The class will culminate with a final performance offsite on May 21 for family and friends. Location: Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $442.50. Non-resident: $452.50 6:00p.m. to 8:00p.m. Course #7168; Wed, January 23 - Mon, May 15

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A local favorite for many years, Seaside Day Camp is held at the newly renovated Scout House at Glen Park, Cardiff by-the-Sea. Have your child experience the local wonder of the great outdoors through Encinitas parks, trails, ocean and wildlife. Our caring and experienced camp staff shares the goal of providing a fun and safe environment that helps nurture the social, physical, educational and emotional wellbeing of each child. Campers will enjoy a healthy daily snack and a weekly field trip in addition to all the fun activities that are offered throughout the week. Please join us this spring as there are several great memories just waiting to be made at Seaside Day Camp! Seaside Day Camp hours of operation are 9 am - 3 pm. Extended care options for morning and afternoon are available as part of the reservation package. Location: Scout House - 2149 Orinda Dr., Cardiff, 92007 9a.m. to 3p.m. Fee: Resident: $157.50. Non-resident: $167.50 Spring Break Week 1 Course #6967; Mon, April 3 - Fri, April 7 Spring Break Week 2 Course #6968; Fri, April14

Spring Seaside Day Camp C.I.T. Program (ages 13-16) Seaside alumni and youth in grades 8 through 11 and ages 13 to 16 years are invited to extend their participation in Day Camp by participating as a Counselor-in-Training. C.I.T.s will actively assist with program responsibilities, including implementation,supervision, and program development. Completed C.I.T. applications are due by March 10, followed by interview. Contact Recreation Supervisor Ken Rundle at 760-943-2261 for application and other details.

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So you think you can dance? Calling all boys and girls! In this high-energy, age-appropriate class, kids will learn fun hip-hop techniques and combinations, danced to their favorite music! Children will also learn a very special dance routine in preparation for an end of session recital! Location: Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $81.50, Non-resident: $91.50 5:00p.m. to 5:50p.m Course #7345; Wed, January 30 - Wed, March 8 Course #7346; Wed, March 15 - Wed, April 19 INITAS NC

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Intermediate level class including terminology, full barre and center, pirouettes, adagio and grand allegro movements taught in a relaxed atmosphere. Optional pointe/performing opportunities with instructor permission. Pink tights, pink ballet slippers and black leotards preferred after first class meeting. Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center 7:30p.m. to 8:45p.m.

Mondays Course #7187; Mon, January 9 - Mon, February 27 Fee: Resident: $77.50. Non-resident: $87.50 Course #7188; Mon, March 6 - Mon, April 24 Fee: Resident: $102.50. Non-resident: $112.50 Course #7189; Mon, May 1 - Mon, June 26 Fee: Resident: $102.50. Non-resident: $112.50

Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $25.00. Non-resident: $35.00 4:00p.m. to 5:00p.m. Course #7172; Tue, January 10 - Tue, January 31 Course #7173; Tue, February 7 - Tue, February 28 Course #7174; Tue, March 7 - Tue, March 28 Course #7175; Tue, April 4 - Tue, April 25 Course #7176; Tue, May 2 - Tue, May 30

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Improve balance, flexibility, alignment and coordination in a relaxed atmosphere. Class includes terminology, warm up, center and across the floor movements. Suitable for those with little or no dance background. Pink tights, ballet slippers and black leotards preferred after the first class meeting. Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center 6:30p.m. to 7:30p.m. Course #7184; Mon, January 9 - Mon, February 27 Fee: Resident: $62.50. Non-resident: $72.50 Course #7185; Mon, March 6 - Mon, April 24 Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50 Course #7186; Mon, May 1 - Mon, June 26 Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50

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Marti Neal For students with previous ballet experience, familiar with basic movements and terminology. Class includes barre, stretching, center and across the floor. Pointe and performing opportunities available with instructor permission. After the first class meeting, pink tights, slippers and black leotard preferred. Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center 9:00a.m. to 10:00a.m. Course #7193; Sat, January 7 - Sat, February 25 Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50 Course #7194; Sat, March 4 - Sat, April 29 Fee: Resident: $92.50. Non-resident: $102.50 Course #7195; Sat, May 6 - Sat, June 24 Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50

Registration begins December 5th. Be sure to check online for new programs and updates!

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Child and Babysitter Safety (ages 11-17)

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Instructional Karate League: Modified Okinawa Shorin-Ryu. Designed to teach the art, discipline, and traditions of classic Japanese karate. Students will learn fundamentals for the purpose of developing character, respect, conditioning, and self-protection. Free introductory class upon request. Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center 6p.m. to 7:30p.m. Free trial classes will be held in January Course #7178; Wed, January 18 - Wed, January 25 Fee: Resident: $27.50. Non-resident: $37.50 Course #7179; Wed, February 1 - Wed, February 22 Course #7180; Wed, March 1 - Wed, March 29 Course #7181; Wed, April 5 - Wed, April 26 Course #7182; Wed, May 3 - Wed, May 31

This fun hands-on class includes topics such as babysitter’s responsibilities, safety, infant care and an introduction to first aid. Participants practice on dolls to learn infant skills including bottle feeding and diapering and use mannequins for learning and practicing infant and child CPR. Participants receive certificates, booklet and starter first aid kits. Please bring drinking water and sack lunch. Location: Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $72.75, Non-resident: $82.75 9:30a.m. to 2p.m Course #7047; Sat, February 4 Course #7046; Tue, April 11 Course #7048; Sat, May 13 Afterschool 3:45p.m. to 5:45p.m Course #7045; Wed, March 15 - Thu, March 16

SPECIAL INTEREST

L.I.T. - Leadership in Training

Spanish Tutoring and More (ages 8 -12)

Experience what it takes to become a valued employee by learning leadership and job related skills. As a participant in this 10-week L.I.T. program, you will be assigned a Parks and Recreation staff member that will serve as a mentor and meet with you one day a week for a three-hour period. Some of the topics covered will include; Team Work, Customer Service, Interview and job related skills for future employee readiness and success. This program is for teens ages 14-17. As a L.I.T. volunteer, there is no fee paid and does require a full 10 week commitment. For more information, please call 760-943-2261.

Liliana Harris Designed for elementary students enrolled in immersion Spanish programs who would like help with their assignments. Ideal for beginners and intermediate speakers that want to improve their Spanish conversation fluency, pronunciation, and grammar. Spanish tutoring will provide homework, reading and conversation practice, and games. The instructor is a native Spanish speaker who has been teaching locally for almost 15 years. Location: Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $100.00, Non-resident: $110.00 4:00p.m. to 4:45p.m Course #7304; Thur, January 5 - Thur, February 16 Course #7305; Thur, February 23 - Thur, April 6 Course #7317; Thur, April 20 - Thur, June 1

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Look for our Summer Camp Guide, including Encinitas’ favorites like Junior Lifeguards, Beach Kids, Seaside Day Camp, sports camps and much more available late February.

Youth - Teens

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Afro-Brazilian Dance Vika Stansky-Hernandez Join us for this high energy class which incorporates various styles including samba, afoxe, afro-contemporary, reggae, orixa-inspired movement, and Brazilian street dance. Dance to intoxicating rhythms while exploring the rich history and cultural manifestations of the African Diaspora in Brazil. All levels welcome, no experience is necessary. Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center 11:00a.m. to 12:00p.m. Fee: Resident: $107.50. Non-resident: $117.50 Course #7226; Fri, January 20 - Fri, March 30 Course #7227; Fri, April 14 - Fri, May 26

Improve balance, flexibility, alignment and coordination in a relaxed atmosphere. Class includes terminology, warm up, center and across the floor movements. Suitable for those with little or no dance background. Pink tights, ballet slippers and black leotards preferred after the first class meeting. For ages 14 and up. Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center 6:30p.m. to 7:30p.m. Course #7184; Mon, January 9 - Mon, February 27 Fee: Resident: $62.50. Non-resident: $72.50 Course #7185; Mon, March 6 - Mon, April 24 Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50 Course #7186; Mon, May 1 - Mon, June 26 Fee: Resident: $62.50. Non-resident: $72.50

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Polynesian dancing from different islands using Poi balls, Hawaiian implements, Tahitianiis. No classes held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month. Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $35.00. Non-resident: $45.00 5:15p.m. to 6:15p.m. Course #7313 Tue, January 17 - Tue, Febuary 28 Course #7314; Tue, March 7 - Tue, April 25 Course #7315; Tue, May 2 - Tue, June 27

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“There is a vitality, a life force, an energy, a quickening, that is translated through you into action, and because there is only one of you in all time, this expression is unique” - Martha Graham, American dancer and Choreographer 1894-1991

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Intermediate level class including terminology, full barre and center, pirouettes, adagio and grand allegro movements taught in a relaxed atmosphere. Optional pointe/performing opportunities with instructor permission. Pink tights, pink ballet slippers and black leotards preferred after first class meeting. For ages 14 and up. Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center 7:30p.m. to 8:45p.m.

Feldenkrais Awareness Through Movement®

Thursdays Course #7190; Thu, January 5 - Thu, February 23 Fee: Resident: $102.50. Non-resident: $112.50 Course #7191; Thu, March 2 - Thu, April 27 Fee: Resident: $115. Non-resident: $125 Course #7192; Thu, May 4 - Thu, June 29 Fee: Resident: $115. Non-resident: $125

Anita Noone Eight classic Feldenkrais® lessons, suitable for beginners or experienced students of movement. Wear clothes you can move in.

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Jazzercise DanceMixx is a 60 minute pulse-pounding, beat-pumping fitness program that gets you results... fast! Torch fat, sculpt lean muscle, and crush calories with this high intensity workout that mixes dance-based cardio with strength training. Fresh high energy music and body-blasting moves bring the intensity to transform your body, boost your mood and ignite your energy! On Saturdays, join us for Strength45, a muscle-sculpting strength workout at 9:35am. Location: Encinitas Community Center Mon - Thu; 6:00p.m. to 7:00p.m. Sat; 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Sat; 9:35a.m. to 10:30a.m. (Strength45) $50/mo. unlimited classes $15 walk-in*

Mondays Course #7187; Mon, January 9 - Mon, February 27 Fee: Resident: $77.50. Non-resident: $87.50 Course #7188; Mon, March 6 - Mon, April 24 Fee: Resident: $102.50. Non-resident: $112.50 Course #7189; Mon, May 1 - Mon, June 26 Fee: Resident: $102.50. Non-resident: $112.50

Ballet Levels I – II Combined

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Location: Dance Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $122.50. Non-resident: $132.50 1:30p.m. to 2:30p.m. Course #7199; Wed, January 4 - Wed, February 22

Happy Feet using the Feldenkrais Method®

This combined class is for students with previous ballet experience, familiar with basic movements and terminology. Class includes barre, stretching, center and across the floor at advanced-beginner to intermediate levels. Pointe and performing opportunities available with instructor permission. After the first class meeting, pink tights, slippers and black leotard preferred. For ages 13 and up.

Roland Mathews

Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center 9:00a.m. to 10:00a.m. Course #7193; Sat, January 7 - Sat, February 25 Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50 Course #7194; Sat, March 4 - Sat, April 29 Fee: Resident: $92.50. Non-resident: $102.50 Course #7195; Sat, May 6 - Sat, June 24 Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50

Fee: Residents: $62.50; Nonresidents: $72.50 Fridays 11:30a.m. – 12:30p.m Course #7294; Fri, January 6 – January 27

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Despite the vital role the feet play in healthy posture and ease of movement, we all too often neglect the fitness of our feet. This 4 week class will help restore vitality to your feet and ankles. The benefits will be reduction of foot, knee, and ankle pain. You will also notice improved posture, better walking and easier running.

Improving Low Back Comfort using Feldenkrais® Roland Mathews Most Americans will suffer from low back pain at some time during their life. Will you be among them? This 4 week class offers you an opportunity to break out of the cycle of back pain, occurring more and more frequently. Find out how to take care of yourself, manage current pain, and avoid episodes in the future. Fee: Residents: $62.50; Nonresidents: $72.50 Fridays 11:30a.m. – 12:30p.m Course #7295; Fri, February 3 – February 24


LIFE ENRICHMENT–#EVERYONEPLAYS Feldenkrais® for Pickleball – Reduce Past Injury Pain

Posture & Balance, The Feldenkrais® Way

Roland Mathews

Improve your posture and balance with easy and gentle movements anyone can do! Wear clothes you can move in.

Do you have past injuries or movement difficulties that are affecting your pickleball or tennis game? This workshop will focus on the gentle movements based on the Feldenkrais Method to help with pain or movement difficulties you may have in your back, hips, shoulders, and knees. Come explore and improve movements that will make it easier for you to move about the court and help to prevent injuries. Fee: Residents: $52.50; Nonresidents: $62.50 Saturday 10:15a.m. – 12:45p.m. Course #7300; Sat, February 4 Course #7301; Sat, March 4 Course #7302; Sat, April 8 Course #7303; Sat, May 13

Functional Walking - The Feldenkrais® Way Anita Noone Use the Feldenkrais® Method to improve the way you walk or run. Identify your habitual patterns and easily improve them. Your walking can be easier, smoother, and more comfortable, without exercise. Wear clothes you can easily move in.t Location: Dance Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $62.50. Non-resident: $72.50 11a.m. to 2p.m. Course #7200; Sat, February 11

Freeing Neck and Shoulders using Feldenkrais® Roland Mathews Do you have neck and shoulders that become tired, stiff, and painful? When our upper body is well-supported through efficient use of ourselves, our neck and shoulders are comfortable and flexible. This 4 week class will help bring comfort to your neck, shoulders, and arms resulting in a sense of ease and lightness throughout the body.

Anita Noone

Location: Dance Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $77.50. Non-resident: $87.50 1:30p.m. to 2:30p.m. Course #7201; Wed, April 26 - Wed, May 24

Improving Balance using Feldenkrais Method® Roland Mathews We never stand absolutely still. In order to maintain our balance while upright, we must constantly make small, unconscious adjustments throughout the body. When our flexibility is diminished, we become vulnerable to falling, muscular discomfort, tension and anxiety. This class will help to improve your balance. The more organized your movements are, the better you can adjust to changing circumstances and the better your balance will be. Fee: Residents: $62.50; Nonresidents: $72.50 Fridays 11:30a.m. – 12:30p.m Course #7298; Fri, May 12 – Fri, June 2

Healthy Back - The Feldenkrais® Way Anita Noone Easy, gentle movement can improve the function of your back and reduce or eliminate pain. Suitable f o r b e g i n n e r s . We a r c l o t h e s y o u c a n m o v e i n . Location: Dance Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $77.50. Non-resident: $87.50 1:30p.m. to 2:30p.m. Course #7202; Wed, May 31 - Wed, June 28

Fee: Residents: $62.50; Nonresidents: $72.50 Fridays 11:30a.m. – 12:30p.m Course #7296; Fri, March 10 – March 31

Journey into the Hips using Feldenkrais Method® Roland Mathews Often we spend too much of our daily lives sitting and driving, thus causing stagnation in our hips, pelvis, and low back. This 4 week class will help bring comfort to these areas and deepen the feeling of being centered and grounded. Class will not be held on Friday, April 14. Fee: Residents: $62.50; Nonresidents: $72.50 Fridays 11:30a.m. – 12:30p.m Course #7297; Fri, April 7 – Fri, May 5

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Just Barre

Ukulele Intermediate (ages 18-49)

Marti Neal

Gerry Rahill

Just Barre utilizes movements from classical ballet at the barre to tone and sculpt long, lean muscles and build core strength and flexibility. Class starts with plies and ends with stretches and may include Pilates-type floor exercise and Yoga poses, accompanied by music in a relaxed, enjoyable atmosphere. Wear closely fitted clothes such as tights, leotards, yoga pants or bike shorts. Ballet slippers, socks or soft-soled dance shoes recommended. This class is suitable for those with little or no dance background. For ages 13 and up.

If you have an ukulele and can play some chords but would like to learn more this class is for you. We’ll learn different strums and rhythms, more advanced chords, and how to read tablature. We’ll use these to play many traditional and contemporary popular songs.

Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $62.50. Non-resident: $72.50 6:45p.m. to 7:30p.m. Course #7196; Thu, January 5 - Thu, February 23 Fee: Resident: $70. Non-resident: $80 Course #7197; Thu, March 2 - Thu, April 27 Course #7198; Thu, May 4 - Thu, June 29

MUSIC Ukulele Beginning (ages 18-49) Gerry Rahill This class will introduce you to this easy-to-play little instrument that’s having a great resurgence in popularity around the world. Even if you’ve never played a musical instrument before, you’ll be playing a song by the end of the first class. Bring your ukulele and join us! Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center 1p.m. to 2p.m. Course #7256; Wed, January 4 - Wed, January 25 Fee: Resident: $37.50. Non-resident: $47.50 Course #7257; Wed, February 1 - Wed, February 22 Fee: Resident: $37.50. Non-resident: $47.50 Course #7258; Wed, March 1 - Wed, March 29 Fee: Resident: $45.00. Non-resident: $55.00 Course #7259; Wed, April 5 - Wed, April 26 Fee: Resident: $37.50. Non-resident: $47.50 Course #7260; Wed, May 3 - Wed, May 31 Fee: Resident: $37.50. Non-resident: $47.50

“I never thought I’d be able to pick up an instrument at 40, now I’m playing tunes for my family at the beach on my Uke” - Ryan Peluso, engineer

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Location: Activity Room 2:30p.m. to 3:30p.m. Course #7261; Wed, January 4 - Wed, January 25 Fee: Resident: $37.50. Non-resident: $47.50 Course #7262; Wed, February 1 - Wed, February 22 Fee: Resident: $37.50. Non-resident: $47.50 Course #7263; Wed, March 1 - Wed, March 29 Fee: Resident: $45.00. Non-resident: $55.00 Course #7264; Wed, April 5 - Wed, April 26 Fee: Resident: $37.50. Non-resident: $47.50 Course #7265; Wed, May 3 - Wed, May 31 Fee: Resident: $37.50. Non-resident: $47.50

SPECIAL INTEREST Car Seat Checks A certified AMR child passenger safety technician conducts FREE car seat checks on the 1st Monday of each month (January car seat check 1/9) from 9:00a.m. to 12:00p.m. in the Community Center Parking Lot. Call (858) 449-5174 for information.

CPR/AED/First Aid Review Lockhart Training This Adult CPR class covers guidelines and skills for performing CPR and uses an automated external defibulator (AED) on adults and also includes a basic first aid review. Upon completion, participants receive a twoyear certificates from the American Safety Health Institute (ASHI) and a digital download booklet. Ages 15 and up. Location: Banquet Hall 142A at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $62.50. Non-resident: $72.50 6p.m. to 9p.m. Course #7043; Mon, March 13


LIFE ENRICHMENT–#EVERYONEPLAYS Dog Sense – Dog Training Pamela Chandler

Writing to Heal Rosalie Cushman

Dog Sense Dog Training offers group training sessions for adolescent and adult dogs. Classes follow a pre-planned curriculum that covers basic leash, obedience, and reactivity issues. Group classes are an hour in length with flexibility for some specific training items. Learn to be a benevolent leader through clear, positive communication with your dog.

Come join us in writing exercises that help unearth some of the more distressing and upsetting experiences in our lives. Edits will provide writing prompts for times of traumatic/dramatic events in our personal or communal history. Discussions will follow on personal points of view. Purchase of “Expressive Writing Words that Heal” is optional.

Location: Encinitas Community Park – North east grass area Fee: Resident: $302.50. Non-resident: $312.50

Location: Room 119 at Encinitas Community Center 1:00pm to 2:00pm Course #7243; Fri, January 6 - Fri, January 27 Fee: Resident: $32.50. Non-resident: $42.50 Course #7244; Fri, February 3 - Fri, February 24 Fee: Resident: $32.50. Non-resident: $42.50 Course #7245; Fri, March 3 - Fri, March 31 Fee: Resident: $40.00. Non-resident: $50.00 Course #7246; Fri, April 7 - Fri, April 28 Fee: Resident: $32.50. Non-resident: $42.50 Course #7247; Fri, May 5 - Fri, May 26 Fee: Resident: $32.50. Non-resident: $42.50

Tuesdays 9a.m. to 10a.m. Course #7266; Tue, January 3 - Tue, January 31 Course #7269; Tue, February 28 - Tue, March 28 Course #7270; Tue, April 18 - Tue, May 16 Sundays 11a.m. to 12p.m. Course #7267; Sun, January 8 - Sun, February 5 Course #7268; Sun, February 26 - Sun, March 26 Course #7271; Sun, April 23 - Sun, May 21

French Carole Meilich Bonjour! Perhaps you studied French in high school or some in college and now regret not having continued this beautiful language. Here’s your chance to learn to speak French in a relaxed, non-judgmental setting. In this class, we’ll have some fun while listening, repeating and interactively communicating with one another through oral and written exercises, some grammar, and conversation. Text required for purchase. Class will not be held Feb 14. Location: Craft Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center French I 6:00p.m to 7:00p.m. Fee: Resident: $122.50. Non-resident: $132.50 Course #7206; Wed, January 11 - Wed, February 15 Course #7337; Wed, March 8 – Wed, April 12 Course #7338; Wed, April 26 – Wed, May 31 French 2 6:30p.m to 7:30p.m. Fee: Resident: $122.50. Non-resident: $132.50 Course #7203; Tue, January 10 - Tue, February 21 Course #7204; Tue, March 7 - Tue, April 11 Course #7205; Tue, April 25 - Tue, May 30

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Sports BASKETBALL

Men’s Basketball Lunch League (ages 18 and up)

Men’s Basketball League (ages 18 and up)

Work got you stressed out? Relieve your stress with a little lunch time basketball. Our lunch league consists of full court games designed to keep the action moving. Teams are formed daily, games are twelve minutes in duration. Come join the action!

Join the best men’s adult basketball league in North County. Games are full court with two professional officials, score keeper and timer. League games consist of 5 on 5 action, featuring two twenty minute periods with most local CIF rules prevailing. Teams may carry up to 12 players. Only team registrations are accepted. For more information please email: jheller@encinitasca.gov. Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $352.50. Non-resident: $402.50 Games played between 6p.m. and 10p.m. Competitive Division Course #7080; Wed, March 8 - Wed, May 24 Intermediate Division Course #7081; Wed, March 8 - Wed, May 24

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Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $27.50. Non-resident: $37.50 Noon to 1p.m. Course #7074; Mon, January 2 - Tue, February 28 Course #7075; Wed, March 1 - Fri, April 28 Course #7076; Mon, May 1 - Fri, June 30

Men’s Sunday Morning Hoops (ages 18 and up)

Get your Sunday morning hoops on at the Community Center. Sunday morning hoops is a great way to get in shape while having fun. Games are played 5 on 5 full court. Games are based on continuous play and promote great cardio by keeping games moving. Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $12.50. Non-resident: $22.50 8:30a.m. to 10:30a.m. Course #7071; Sun, January 8 - Sun, March 5 Course #7072; Sun, March 12 - Sun, May 7 Course #7073; Sun, May 14 - Sun, July 2


LIFE ENRICHMENT–#EVERYONEPLAYS Women’s Basketball Lunch League (ages 18 and up) Calling all female basketball players! Come join the Encinitas ladies only lunch league. Games are full court and are a great way to get your cardio in, make new friends and keep your game on point. Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $12.50. Non-resident: $22.50 11a.m. to Noon Course #7077; Tue, January 3 - Tue, February 28 Course #7078; Wed, March 3 - Fri, April 28 Course #7079; Mon, May 2 - Fri, June 30

Teen Basketball League Action packed games is what Encinitas Teen Basketball is all about. Find out for yourself and join North County’s best Spring Teen Basketball League. Teams are formed via a draft process to ensure a competitive balance. Therefore we do not accept teammate requests. The season consists of 8 regular season games with 1 week of play-offs for teams that qualify. Players receive a jersey, guaranteed playing time and participant award. Volunteer coaches are needed for the success of the program; please call 760-943-2269 for more information about coaching. Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $132.50. Non-resident: $142.50 Division A (9th – 12th Grades) Course #7085; Sat, March 11 - Sat, June 3 Skills assessment March 11 or March 18; 9a.m. to 10a.m. Division B (7th – 8th Grades) Course #7084; Sat, March 11 - Sat, June 3 Skills assessment March 11 or March 18; 10a.m. to 11a.m.

GOLF Golf Clinics Doug Timmons, PGA Clinic will cover full swing, chipping, pitching, driving and sand shots. Clinic develops etiquette and knowledge of the game. All levels of players welcome. Bring your own equipment; otherwise, balls and clubs will be provided. Location: Encinitas Ranch Golf Course Adult (18 and Up) Fee: Resident: $182.50, Non-resident: $192.50 10a.m. to 11a.m. Course #7237; Sat, January 21 - Sat, February 25 Course #7238; Sat, April 15 - Sat, May 20 Youth Weekday (6-15) Fee: Resident: $152.50. Non-resident: $162.50 3:30p.m. to 4:30p.m. Course #7239; Wed, January 25 - Wed, March 1 Course #7240; Wed, April 19 - Wed, May 24 Youth Saturday (6-15) Fee: Resident: $152.50. Non-resident: $162.50 11a.m. to Noon Course #7248; Sat, January 21 - Sat, February 25 Course #7249; Sat, April 15 - Sat, May 20 Youth Spring Break Camps (6-15) Fee: Resident: $182.50. Non-resident: $192.50 9a.m. to Noon Course #7241; Mon April 3 - Thu, April 6 Course #7242; Mon, April 10 - Thu, April 13

WILDCAT Basketball Skills Clinic Jason Stewart, San Dieguito Academy Head Coach will cover concepts of dribbling, shooting, situational awareness, defense and teamwork. Coach Stewart’s lessons don’t just stop on the court, he is committed to passing down years of knowledge of being a Champion off the court in life as well. Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $152.50. Non-resident: $162.50 Ages 8-11 4:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. Course #7086; Thu, March 23 - Thu, April 27 Ages 12-15 5:30p.m. to 6:30p.m. Course #7087; Thu, March 23 - Thu, April 27

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KICKBALL Adult Coed Kickball (ages 18 and up)

Are you and your friends looking for a way to have fun, play sports, but not get caught up in the competitive atmosphere of other sports? Adult kickball is a great way to have fun with friends and co-workers while playing in a stress free environment. Adult kickball is the same fun game that you played as a child but now you get to enjoy it as an adult. Relive your childhood by registering a team today. For more information please call (760) 633-2740. Location: Cardiff Sports Park Fee: Resident: $350.00, Non-resident: $360.00 6p.m. to 9p.m. Course #7101; Mon, February 6 - Mon, June 5 Course #7102; Tue, February 7 - Mon, June 6

SOCCER Soccer Shots (ages 2 - 6) Soccer Shots Introduce your child to the beautiful game of soccer in a creative, age appropriate, non-competitive setting. Soccer Shots classes develop strong youth beyond just the game of soccer. Classes are taught by coaches who are passionate about working with children and teaching soccer. Location: Southern grass area at Encinitas Community Park Fee: Resident: $202.50, Non-resident: $212.50 6p.m. to 9p.m. 2 Year-olds Tuesdays. 3:45p.m. to 4:15p.m Course #7104; Tue, January 24 - Tue, March 28 Course #7228; Tue, April 11 - Tue, June 13 Saturdays. 8:45a.m. to 9:15a.m Course #7105; Sat, January 21 - Sat, March 25 Course #7229; Sat, April 8 - Sat, June 10 3-5 Year-olds Tuesdays. 4:15p.m to 5p.m. Course #7106; Tue, January 24 - Tue, March 28 Course #7230; Tue, April 11 - Tue, June 13 Saturdays. 10a.m. to 10:45a.m Course #7107; Sat, January 21 - Sat, March 25 Course #7231; Sat, April 8 - Sat, June 10 5-6 Year-olds Tuesdays. 4:15p.m to 5p.m. Course #7108; Tue, January 24 - Tue, March 28 Course #7232; Tue, April 11 - Tue, June 13 Saturdays. 11a.m. to 11:45a.m Course #7109; Sat, January 21 - Sat, March 25 Course #7233; Sat, April 8 - Sat, June 10

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San Diego Futsal Academy Mario Mrakovic Want to develop or improve your soccer skills? PLAY FUTSAL - TOP SPEED SOCCER! Soccer greats such as Messi, Marta and Ronaldo grew up playing the game and credit Futsal for developing their incredible skills. With small goals, small-sided games, non-stop active participation, no walls and a special low bounce ball, Futsal Soccer will improve your game through its intense pace and rapid execution. Each participant will receive San Diego Futsal Academy Training Jersey. No previous experience required. Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Ages 4-8 3:45p.m. to 5p.m. Course #7090; Mon, February 27 - Mon, April 17 Fee: Resident: $185.50. Non-resident: $195.50 Course #7091; Mon, April 24- Mon, June 12 Fee: Resident: $165.50. Non-resident: $175.50 Ages 9-14 5p.m. to 6:15p.m. Course #7092; Mon, February 27 - Mon, April 17 Fee: Resident: $185.50. Non-resident: $195.50 Course #7093; Mon, April 24- Mon, June 12 Fee: Resident: $165.50. Non-resident: $175.50

San Diego Futsal Academy Spring Break Camp (ages 4 -14) Mario Mrakovic Futsal is the best skill developing game there is, demanding quick reflexes, fast thinking, and pin-point passing. The name “Futsal� comes from two words: futbol (soccer) and sala (gym). The game is played five-a-side on a basketball-style court and is the only indoor soccer game recognized by FIFA and soon to become an Olympic sport. Played by more than 40 million people worldwide, it is now gaining strong popularity in the United States as well. Each camper will receive a Futsal T-shirt. Come see what Futsal can do for your soccer skills! Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $185.50. Non-resident: $195.50 9a.m. to 1p.m. Course #7094; Mon, April 3 - Fri, April 7


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SOFTBALL Softball (ages 18 and up)

Get outside and enjoy the beautiful Southern California weather by playing some softball. Get your friends and co-workers together and register a team in the upcoming coed softball league. Softball is a great team-building exercise and a great way to get in shape. For more information please call (760) 633-2740. Location: Cardiff Sports Park Fee: Resident: $450.00, Non-resident: $460.00 6p.m. to 9p.m. Adult Coed Course #7235; Tue, January 17 - Tue, May 30 Men’s Course #6531; Wed, January 18 - Wed, May 31

SKATING SD Skatelife Beginning Skateboarding (ages 5 - 13) Andrew Barbosa Learn fundamental balance exercises, skateboarding safety, skate park etiquette, ramp skills and beginner trick progressions! No experience needed. All students must wear a helmet, elbow pads and knee pads to participate (not provided by instructor). Contact instructor for skateboard rental options at: Andrew@sdskatelife.com. Location: ECP Skate Plaza at Encinitas Community Park Fee: Resident: $107.50. Non-resident: $117.50 9:30a.m. to 10:30a.m. Course #7088; Sat, March 4 - Sat, April 8 Course #7089; Sat, April 22 - Sat, May 27

SD Skatelife Spring Break Camp (ages 5 - 13) Andrew Barbosa Join us at the Encinitas Skate Plaza for a week of skateboarding fun! Learn how to skate in a safe and controlled environment with expert instructors from SD Skatelife. This camp is designed to teach skateboards of any level. Come learn skateboarding fundamentals, meet guest professional skateboarders and make new friends. All participants must wear helmets, elbow and knee pads. Contact instructor for skateboard rental options: Andrew@sdskatelife.com Location: ECP Skate Plaza at Encinitas Community Park Fee: Resident: $201.50. Non-resident: $211.50 9a.m. to 1p.m. Course #7161; Mon, April 3 - Fri, April 7 Course #7162; Mon, April 10 - Fri, May 13

Ice Figure Skating (ages 6 to 12) Ice Town Carlsbad Get on the ice at the new indoor Icetown arena in Carlsbad! The “basic” levels are the fundamentals of the sport. The skaters will learn a basic knowledge of the sport, enabling them to advance. Learn to sit, stand, march, and glide across the ice on two feet. Learn how to stop and skate backwards. Includes skate rental on the day of the class. Free public skating is included for those enrolled (skates not included.) Location: Icetown - 2283 Cosmos Ct Carlsbad 92011 Fee: Resident: $91.50, Non-resident: $101.50 5:20p.m. to 5:50p.m. Course #7057; Thu, January 5 - Thu, January 26 Course #7058; Thu, February 2 - Thu, February 23 Course #7059; Thu, March 2 - Thu, March 23 Course #7060; Thu, April 6 - Thu, April 27

SD Skatelife Intermediate/Advanced Skateboarding (ages 5 - 13) Andrew Barbosa Join SD Skatelife instructors on Saturday mornings as we work on intermediate and advanced trick progressions. This class includes flat ground flip tricks, stairs, grinds, creating competitive flow runs, airs, pool skating and much more. All students must wear a helmet, elbow pads and knee pads to participate (not provided by instructor). Contact instructor for skateboard rental options at: Andrew@sdskatelife.com Location: ECP Skate Plaza at Encinitas Community Park Fee: Resident: $107.50. Non-resident: $117.50 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Course #7160; Sat, March 4 - Sat, April 8 Course #7159; Sat, April 22 - Sat, May 27

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Ice Hockey Fundamentals (ages 6 to 12)

Spring Break Surf Camps

Ice Town Carlsbad

Brent Stephens

Get on the ice at the new indoor Icetown arena! This class is perfect for the beginner skater who wants to learn the fundamentals of hockey. No equipment is required, but it is allowed (no sticks or pucks.) Includes skate rental on the day of the class. Free public skating is included for those enrolled (skates not included).

These camps are ideal for beginner and intermediate level surfers that want to become more efficient surfers. Our professional and experienced staff works with each student both individually and in small groups to maximize the time and to create the best learning environment. We have a wide range of different shapes and sizes of surfboards for the students to ride to find what is best for their size and skill level. Surfboards and wetsuits are always provided for students.

Location: Icetown - 2283 Cosmos Ct Carlsbad 92011 Fee: Resident: $91.50, Non-resident: $101.50 5:20p.m. to 5:50p.m. Course #7061; Thu, January 5 - Thu, January 26 Course #7062; Thu, February 2 - Thu, February 23 Course #7063; Thu, March 2 - Thu, March 23 Course #7064; Thu, April 6 - Thu, April 27

SURF Little Groms Surf School (ages 5 - 8) Brent Stephens Designed just for our next generation of surfers and watermen who are just getting ready to hit the water, but may be a bit scared. The focus of this class is teaching kids to swim in the ocean, bodyboard, and surf while also educating them on how to stay safe and respect the ocean. Location: Moonlight Beach Fee: Resident: $202.50. Non-resident: $212.50 Tuesdays 9a.m. to 11a.m. Course #7126; Tue, January 10 - Tue, January 31 Course #7131; Tue, February 7 - Tue, February 28 Course #7132; Tue, March 7 - Tue, March 28 Course #7133; Tue, April 4 - Tue, April 25 Course #7134; Tue, May 2 - Tue, May 23 Tuesdays 3:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. Course #7125; Tue, January 10 - Tue, January 31 Course #7127; Tue, February 7 - Tue, February 28 Course #7128; Tue, March 7 - Tue, March 28 Course #7129; Tue, April 4 - Tue, April 25 Course #7130; Tue, May 2 - Tue, May 23 Wednesdays 3:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. Course #7135; Wed, January 4 - Wed, January 25 Course #7136; Wed, February 1 - Wed, February 22 Course #7137; Wed, March 1 - Wed, March 29 Course #7138; Wed, April 5 - Wed, April 26 Course #7139; Wed, May 3 - Wed, May 24 Wednesdays 9a.m. to 11a.m. Course #7140; Wed, January 4 - Wed, January 25 Course #7141; Wed, February 1 - Wed, February 22 Course #7142; Wed, March 1 - Wed, March 29 Course #7143; Wed, April 5 - Wed, April 26 Course #7144; Wed, May 3 - Wed, May 24

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Location: Moonlight Beach Fee: Resident: $227.50. Non-resident: $237.50 9:00a.m. to Noon “Little Groms� Ages 5 - 8 Course #7155; Mon, April 3 - Fri, April 7 Course #7156; Mon, April 10 - Fri, April 14 Ages 9 - 16 Course #7157; Mon, April 3 - Fri, April 7 Course #7158; Mon, April 10 - Fri, April 14

After School Surf (ages 9 - 16) Brent Stephens Our professional and experienced staff works with each student both individually and in small groups to maximize the time and to create the best learning environment. We have a wide range of different shapes and sizes of surfboards for the students to ride to find what is best for their size and skill level. Surfboards and wetsuits are always provided for student. Classes are grouped into beginner, intermediate, and girls. For more information please call (760) 633-2740 or go to www.dawnpatrolsurf.com. Location: Moonlight Beach Fee: Resident: $202.50. Non-resident: $212.50 Tuesdays 3:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. Course #7115; Tue, January 10 - Tue, January 31 Course #7116; Tue, February 7 - Tue, February 28 Course #7117; Tue, March 7 - Tue, March 28 Course #7118; Tue, April 4 - Tue, April 25 Course #7119; Tue, May 2 - Tue, May 23 Wednesdays 3:30p.m. to 5:30p.m. Course #7120; Wed, January 4 - Wed, January 25 Course #7121; Wed, February 1 - Wed, February 22 Course #7122; Wed, March 1 - Wed, March 22 Course #7123; Wed, April 5 - Wed, April 26 Course #7124; Wed, May 3 - Wed, May 24


LIFE ENRICHMENT–#EVERYONEPLAYS Weekend Surf Clinics Brent Stephens If work, studies and other activities take up too much time during the week, take advantage of our weekend surf classes offered every Saturday. It’s a great way to break up the week and spend some time at the beach while pursuing a love for surfing and the Southern California beach culture. Location: Moonlight Beach Fee: Resident: $202.50. Non-resident: $212.50 10:00a.m. to Noon Youth/Teen (Ages 8-16) Course #7150; Sat, January 7 - Sat, January 28 Course #7151; Sat, February 4 - Sat, February 25 Course #7152; Sat, March 4 - Sat, March 25 Course #7153; Sat, April 1 - Sat, April 22 Course #7154; Sat, May 6 - Sat, May 27 Adult (Ages 18 and up) Course #7145; Sat, January 7 - Sat, January 28 Course #7146; Sat, February 4 - Sat, February 25 Course #7147; Sat, March 4 - Sat, March 25 Course #7148; Sat, April 1 - Sat, April 22 Course #7149; Sat, May 6 - Sat, May 27

Adult Volleyball Beginner Course (18 and up) Dennis Mathis

Group instruction and weekly scrimmages equal fun in our beginner adult volleyball class. Each week roughly 30 minutes of basic instruction will be given to help develop and sharpen your skills, followed by inclusive style scrimmages. Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $78.50. Non-resident: $88.50 5:00p.m. to 6:30p.m. Course #7318; Tue, January 10 - Tue, February 28 Course #7319; Tue, March 7 - Tue, April 25 Course #7320; Tue, May 2 - Tue, June 20

Youth/Teen Indoor Volleyball (ages 10-16) Dennis Mathis Bump, Set, Spike your way into our youth volleyball skills building clinic. The fundamentals of the game will be covered in a structured environment which promotes learning and enhancement of your skills. Various drills, scrimmages and other techniques will be used. Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $74.50. Non-resident: $84.50 4:30p.m. to 6p.m. Course #7098; Tue, January 10 - Tue, February 28 Course #7099; Tue, March 7 - Tue, April 25 Course #7100; Tue, May 2 - Tue, June 20

AAA Sinjin Smith Beach Volleyball Class (ages 7-16) Sinjin Smith Volleyball Camp Staff

VOLLEYBALL Adult Volleyball Intermediate and Advanced Courset (18 and up) Dennis Mathis

Competitive action, serious rallies and above average play are what you’ll see in the adult volleyball course. Players will be divided up onto teams by the instructor at the first class meeting. Game / play times will vary weekly. This course is designed for the more serious player who prefers games over drills. Course will have limited instruction with an emphasis on game play. Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $78.50. Non-resident: $88.50 6:30p.m. to 9:30p.m. Course #7095; Tue, January 10 - Tue, February 28 Course #7096; Tue, March 7 - Tue, April 25 Course #7097; Tue, May 2 - Tue, June 20

Beach volleyball Olympian, World Champion & LEGEND, Sinjin Smith, is passing on his winning knowledge to the next generations. Participants will receive instruction from coaches who have personally trained with Sinjin to learn and understand his methods and philosophy of the game. Location: Moonlight Beach Fee: Resident: $74.50. Non-resident: $84.50 11am to 12:30pm Course #7110; Sat, January 7 - Sat, January 28 Course #7111; Sat, February 4 - Sat, February 25 Course #7112; Sat, March 4 - Sat, March 25 Course #7113; Sat, April 1 - Sat, April 22 Course #7114; Sat, May 6 - Sat, May 27

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Welcome to the Encinitas Senior Center! ARTS AND CRAFTS Sittin’ and Knittin’ Olga Keeler Knitters, needle workers and crocheters of all skill levels are invited to bring their yarn/needles and work on projects with others who share their interest. Ongoing throughout the year. 2nd & 4th Tuesday of every month. Location: Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Tue; 10:00a.m. to Noon

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ADULTS 50+

Front Counter: (760) 943-2250 Lunch Reservations: (760) 943-2258 Out and About Transportation: (760) 943-2256 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. Feebased classes for the session require payment in full at the time of enrollment. You may register online, by mail, or in person.

Watercolor & More Denise McMurtrie Do you want to learn and explore watercolor techniques that are fun and EASY to do? Would you like to paint with confidence - always learning something new - and achieve quality results? Then this is the class for YOU! No previous experience is necessary. All skill levels are welcome. Location: Craft Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center 9:00a.m. to 11:00a.m. Course #7221; Mon, January 2 - Mon, January 30 Fee: Resident: $31.00. Non-resident: $34.00 Course #7222; Mon, February 6 - Mon, February 27 Fee: Resident: $31.00. Non-resident: $34.00 Course #7223; Mon, March 6 - Mon, March 27 Fee: Resident: $41.00. Non-resident: $44.00 Course #7224; Mon, April 3 - Mon, April 24 Fee: Resident: $41.00. Non-resident: $44.00 Course #7225; Mon, May 1- Mon, May 22 Fee: Resident: $41.00. Non-resident: $44.00


LIFE ENRICHMENT–#EVERYONEPLAYS

COMPUTERS

DANCE AND MOVEMENT

Computer Lab

Social Dance

Monday-Friday, 8:00a.m. to 3:45p.m. Location: Computer Lab at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course #7066

3rd Friday of the month Location: Banquet Hall at Encinitas Community Center 2p.m. to 4p.m. Fri, January 20, Cradit Union Fri, February 17, Billy Harper Band Fri, March 17, Cradit Union Fri, April 21, Billy Harper Band Fri, May 19, Pier Group

The City of Encinitas is proud to offer a computer lab that allows participants an opportunity to use a computer in order to surf the Internet and utilize Windows Office software. In order to have access to the Senior Center Computer Lab, users must register annually at the Senior Center Office and must read, sign and abide by the City of Encinitas Senior Center Computer Lab Rules of Conduct.

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 Community Center Fee: Free Course #7316; Mondays, January 2 - Dec 18 9:00a.m. to 11:00a.m. Tutor: Linda Melikian Wednesdays, January 4 - Dec 27 9:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Tutor: Tony Taussig Thursdays, January 5 – Dec 28 9:30a.m. to 11:00a.m. Tutor: Kris Stewart 1:00p.m. to 3:00p.m. Tutor: Tom Tindel Fridays, January 6 – Dec 29 1:00p.m. to 3:00p.m. Tutor: Jugesh Saxena

It is time to 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 opportunity drawing at every dance. Admission is $5, payable at the door.

Ballroom Dance Arianna Caliguiri Come dance with us with or without a partner. Ballroom Dancing is fun and good for your health. It will improve your posture, coordination, balance, timing and concentration. You will learn the basic steps, how to lead and how to follow. This is a beginner/intermediate class. Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center 2:00p.m. to 3:00p.m. Swing Course #7277; Thu, January 5 - Thu, January 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Waltz Course #7278; Thu, February 2 - Thu, February 23 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Cha Cha Course #7279; Thu, March 2 - Thu, March 30 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Lindy Hop Course #7280; Thu, April 6 - Thu, April 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Fox Trot Course #7281; Thu, May 4 - Thu, May 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

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Line Dancing Lois Spaulding Form lines and dance to popular music while doing vines, jazz boxes and shuffles. No partner required. Some basic knowledge of beginning steps required. Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Beginning - Level 1 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. Course #6903; Mon, January 2 - Mon, January 30 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #6904; Mon, February 6 - Mon, February 27 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #6905; Mon, March 6 - Mon, March 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6906; Mon, April 3 - Mon, April 24 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6907; Mon, May 1 - Mon, May 22 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Beginning - Level 2 Plus 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Course #6909; Fri, January 6 - Fri, January 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6910; Fri, February 3 - Fri, February 24 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6911; Fri, March 3- Fri, March 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6912; Fri, April 7 - Fri, April 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6913; Fri, May 5 - Fri, May 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Beginning Hula - NEW! Amy Shipley Come dance hula with us! This beginning class is geared for those with little to no experience in the art of hula. We will cover basic hula steps that will give you the ability to learn many Hawaiian songs! Wear comfortable shorts, pants or skirt/dress. Bring a pareau/sarong if you have one. They will also be available to borrow from instructor. Location: Dance Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center 10:00a.m. to 11:00a.m. Course #7217; Wed, February 1 - Wed, February 22 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00. Course #7218; Wed, March 1 - Wed, March 29 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00. Course #7219; Wed, April 5 - Wed, April 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00. Course #7220; Wed, May 3- Wed, May 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00.

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FITNESS Silver Age Yoga Silver Age Yoga Volunteer This is a 60-minute free yoga class open to all seniors. Enjoy the benefits of yoga from the comfort of your chair or your mat. All fitness levels can benefit from this class. Registration is required. Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center 12:45p.m. to 1:45p.m. Fee: Free Course #7033; Mon, January 9 - Mon, March 27 Course #7034; Mon, April 3 - Mon, May 22 2p.m. to 3p.m. Course #7003; Mon, January 9 - Mon, March 27 Course #7004; Mon, April 3 - Mon, May 22

Improve Movement, Improve Life the Feldenkrais Way Roland Mathews Learning new ways to move can be an essential addition to the treatment of neurological, orthopedic, chronic pain and stress-related conditions. The Feldenkrais Method helps bring about easier movement which translates to greater comfort in performing everyday activities like sitting, walking, turning, and balance. Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center 11:30a.m. to 12:30p.m. Course #7332; Tue, January 3 - Tue, January 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #7333; Tue, February 7 - Tue, February 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #7334; Tue, March 7 - Tue, March 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #7335; Tue, April 4 - Tue, April 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #7336; Tue, May 2 - Tue, May 30 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00


LIFE ENRICHMENT–#EVERYONEPLAYS Gentle Yoga

Yoga for Peace and Vitality

Lynda Light

Dannette Rusnak

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.

Access your body’s greatest vitality and harmony in this gentle yoga practice. In this class we will emphasize moving, opening, and strengthening the body as we practice synchronizing our movements with our breath. This class is appropriate for all levels of ability and experience. Please bring a yoga mat and blanket or beach towel for extra support.

Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Monday 10a.m. to 11a.m. Course #6914; Mon, January 3 - Mon, January 30 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6915; Mon, February 6 - Mon, February 27 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #6916; Mon, March 6 - Mon, March 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6917; Mon, April 3 - Mon, April 24 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6918; Mon, May 1 - Mon, May 22 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Wednesday 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Course #6946; Wed, January 4 - Wed, January 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6947; Wed, February 1 - Wed, February 22 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6948; Wed, March 1 - Wed, March 29 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6949; Wed, April 5 - Wed, April 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6950; Wed, May 3 - Wed, May 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $28.00

Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Tuesday

10a.m. to 11a.m. Course #6854; Tue, January 3 - Tue, January 31 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6855; Tue, February 7 - Tue, February 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6856; Tue, March 7 - Tue, March 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6857; Tue, April 4 - Tue, April 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6858; Tue, May 2 - Tue, May 30 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00

Thursday

10a.m. to 11a.m. Course #6882; Thu, January 5 - Thu, January 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6883; Thu, February 2 - Thu, February 23 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6884; Thu, March 2 - Thu, March 30 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6885; Thu, April 6 - Thu, April 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6886; Thu, May 4 - Thu, May 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Yoga for Every-Body

Yoga for You

Lynda Light

Ava Peterson

Re-vitalize your whole being with yoga. This class is designed to help strengthen and enhance flexibility in joints, organs, muscles and bones. Learn the principles of alignment while deepening your ability to enjoy life in each moment. Breath, poses, and balance are an integral part. Create stamina from the inside out and feel the difference. Please bring a yoga mat and a small blanket or towel.

Join us to define and refine your Yoga practice. Designed to allow students with no experience to learn about yoga and what they are capable of doing. Students with experience will develop a deeper understanding of their own practice. Please bring yoga mat, blanket or beach towel and blocks for extra support.

Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Course #6931; Fri, January 6 - Fri, January 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6932; Fri, February 3 - Fri, February 24 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6933; Fri, March 3 - Fri, March 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6934; Fri, April 7 - Fri, April 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6935; Fri, May 5 - Fri, May 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Course #6825; Tue, January 3 - Tue, January 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6826; Tue, February 7 - Tue, February 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6827; Tue, March 7 - Tue, March 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6828; Tue, April 4 - Tue, April 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6829; Tue, May 2 - Tue, May 30 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00

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Yoga Therapy Danette Mason Yoga Therapy is the art and science of using the ancient practices of yoga in a way to meet the physically demanding needs of our modern culture. In this class we will explore common issues related to aging, injury, and illness. We will learn how simple, yet effective yoga practices can move us towards greater health and wellbeing. This will be an active, yet gentle workshop-style class, accessible for most students - beginners and experienced. Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center 1:30p.m. to 2:30p.m. Course #6887; Fri, January 6 - Fri, January 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6888; Fri, February 3 - Fri, February 24 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6889; Fri, March 3 - Fri, March 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6890; Fri, April 7 - Fri, April 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6891; Fri, May 5 - Fri, May 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Zumba Gold Lori Massey Have you ever tried Zumba and felt overwhelmed? Try Zumba Gold, especially designed for the active, over 50 crowds. Latin rhythms inspire moves to exercise the heart, brain, and all muscle groups. You’ll have fun, dance, and get a cardio workout. Bring water, dress lightly and come party with us! Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Course #6849; Tue, January 3 - Tue, January 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6850; Tue, February 7 - Tue, February 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6851; Tue, March 7 - Tue, March 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6852; Tue, April 4 - Tue, April 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6853; Tue, May 2 - Tue, May 30 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00

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T’ai Chi Chih

T’ai Chi Chih’s easy gentle movements cultivate health, serenity and longevity. It 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 then refine them for greater benefit in the intermediate class. Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Beginning 1 (Fridays) Instructor: Pam Towne • Noon to 1p.m. Course #7024; Fri, January 6 - Fri, January 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #7027; Fri, April 7 - Fri, April 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Beginning 2 (Fridays) Instructor: Pam Towne • Noon to 1p.m. Course #7026; Fri, February 3 - Fri, February 24 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #7028; Fri, May 5 - Fri, May 26 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Beginning 3 (Fridays) Instructor: Pam Towne • Noon to 1p.m. Course #7025; Fri, March 10 - Fri, March 24 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Beginner/Intermediate (Wednesdays) Instructor: Christina Tillotson • 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Course #7008; Wed, January 4 - Wed, January 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #7009; Wed, February 1 - Wed, February 22 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #7010; Wed, March 1 - Wed, March 29 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #7011; Wed, April 5 - Wed, April 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #7012; Wed, May 3 - Wed, May 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $28.00 Intermediate (Fridays) Instructor: Pam Towne • 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Course #7013; Fri, January 6 - Fri, January 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #7014; Fri, February 3 - Fri, February 24 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #7015; Fri, March 10 - Fri, March 24 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #7016; Fri, April 7 - Fri, April 28 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #7017; Fri, May 5 - Fri, May 26 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00


LIFE ENRICHMENT–#EVERYONEPLAYS Exercise with Carl

Health Barre

Carl Grubbs

Lori Massey

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).

Health Barre is an effective total-body conditioning program. Improve your posture, muscle-tone and strength with basic pilates and ballet movements. You will work your entire body using light weights, bands, ballet barre and your own body weight as well as other methods of resistance to promote lean muscle. Please bring a mat, 1 or 2lb. hand weights, water and a towel.

Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Course #6993; Mon, January 2 - Mon, January 30 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6994; Mon, February 6 - Mon, February 27 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #6995; Mon, March 6 - Mon, March 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6996; Mon, April 10 - Mon, April 24 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #6997; Mon, May 1 - Mon, May 22 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

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Monday, 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Course #6872; Mon, January 2 - Mon, January 30 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6873; Mon, February 6 - Mon, February 27 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #6874; Mon, March 6 - Mon, March 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6875; Mon, April 3- Mon, April 24 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6876; Mon, May 1 - Mon, May 22 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

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Fun Sway

Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center

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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 for a cardio workout that’s “fun with fitness” for all active adult ages and dance ability. Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Tuesday, 9a.m. to 10a.m. Course #6830; Tue, January 3 - Tue, January 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6831; Tue, February 7 - Tue, February 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6832; Tue, March 7 - Tue, March 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6833; Tue, April 4 - Tue, April 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6834; Tue, May 2 - Tue, May 30 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Thursday, 10a.m. to 11a.m. Course #6835; Thu, January 5 - Thu, January 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6836; Thu, February 2 - Thu, February 23 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6837; Thu, March 2 - Thu, March 30 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6838; Thu, April 6 - Thu, April 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6939; Thu, May 4 - Thu, May 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Thursday, 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Course #6877; Thu, January 5 - Thu, January 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6878; Thu, February 2 - Thu, February 23 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6879; Thu, March 2 - Thu, March 30 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6880; Thu, April 6 - Thu, April 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6881; Thu, May 4 - Thu, May 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

R & R Yoga Lynda Light Refresh & Restorative Yoga (R & R Yoga) balances out an active lifestyle and has an enormous capacity to heal physical and mental symptoms that are stress related. R & R Yoga, a practice that leads the student toward a more healing and recuperative experience, ushers in a host of wonderful benefits that are often overshadowed by the popularity and visibility of more dynamic yoga styles. Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center 12p.m. – 1p.m. Course #7212; Wed, January 4 - Wed, January 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #7213; Wed, February 1 - Wed, February 22 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #7214; Wed, March 1 - Wed, March 29 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #7215; Wed, April 5 - Wed, April 26 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #7216; Wed, May 3 - Wed, May 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00

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Pilates Mat Class

Encinitas Happy Feet

Sandy Schroeder

Lynda Light

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.

Walking is one of the most effective forms of physical activity that delivers substantial health benefits. It’s an opportunity to get fit, stay healthy, and make friends in the community. All levels are welcome.

Location: Dance Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Monday, 1:00p.m. to 2:00p.m. Course #6941; Mon, January 2 - Mon, January 30 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6942; Mon, February 6 - Mon, February 27 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #6943; Mon, March 6 - Mon, March 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6944; Mon, April 3 - Mon, April 24 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6945; Mon, May 1 - Mon, May 22 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Qi Gong Andrew Jones Qi Gong is an ancient system developed in Asia for overall fitness and health. Participants will engage in simple, fluid motions that include standing, moving and sitting. Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Monday 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Course #6898; Mon, January 2 - Mon, January 30 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6899; Mon, February 6 - Mon, February 27 Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #6900; Mon, March 6 - Mon, March 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6901; Mon, April 3 - Mon, April 24 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6902; Mon, May 1 - Mon, May 22 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Thursday 8:30a.m. to 9:30a.m. Course #6893; Thu, January 5 - Thu, January 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6894; Thu, February 2 - Thu, February 23 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6895; Thu, March 2 - Thu, March 30 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6896; Thu, April 6 - Thu, April 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6897; Thu, May 4 - Thu, May 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

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Location: Encinitas Community Center Flag Poles 9:45am to 10:45am Course #6998; Wed, January 4 - Wed, January 25 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6999; Wed, February 1 - Wed, February 22 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #7000; Wed, March 1 - Wed, March 29 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #7001; Wed, April 5 - Wed, April 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #7002; Wed, May 3- Wed, May 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00

Healthier Living with Chronic Conditions Aging and Independence Services, County of San Diego Developed by Stanford University, these fun, interactive classes build skills to manage any health challenge you may have. Topics include problem-solving, goal setting, relaxation techniques, healthy eating, appropriate exercise, improving communication with doctors, among others. Join us to learn some simple strategies to feel better, improve your quality of life and take control of your health. Location: Encinitas Community & Senior Center 9:30am to noon Free Course #7031; Wed, February 8 - Wed, March 22


LIFE ENRICHMENT–#EVERYONEPLAYS Pickleball Open Play

Come practice your skills. Dates subject to change. Please check EncinitasParksandRec.com or at the Community Center front counter for current gym calendar. Please sign the Release of Liability waiver before playing. Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Mondays 8:00a.m. to 10a.m. Wednesdays 8:30a.m.to 10:30a.m Fridays 1:30p.m. to 3:00p.m Fee: Free See page 15 for a unique workshop called Feldenkrais Method for Pickleball which helps with pain and movement difficulties you may have while playing pickleball.

GAMES Duplicate Bridge Play Director: Ida Burcham Improve your skill level, concentration and memory by playing the challenging game of ACBL sanctioned 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. Location: Banquet Hall 142B at Encinitas Community Center Thursdays, 12:30p.m. to 3:30p.m.

Mah Jong

We look forward to your participation in this relaxed environment, where all levels of play are welcome.

8-Ball Quarterly no Handicap Pool Tournament

Each quarter, the Encinitas Senior Center hosts an 8 Ball, no-handicap tournament. Pre-tournament practice starts at 10a.m. Tournament winner will have their name added to the winner plaque and receive a gift from the tournament sponsor. Location: Game Room 137SC at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Thursday, January 19 & April 20 11a.m. to 4p.m. (Pre-tournament practice starts at 10a.m.)

8-Ball No Handicap Weekly Tournaments Every Thursday from 11a.m. to 4p.m. Location: Game Room 137 at Encinitas Community Center

9-Ball Weekly Handicap Pool Tournaments Every Tuesday from 11a.m. to 4p.m.

Pool Open Play

Come on over to the Senior Center and shoot some pool with your fellow players on our three NEW Diamond Pro-Am 9’ tables. Mondays; 8a.m. to 4p.m. Tuesdays; 8a.m. to 11a.m. Wednesdays; 8a.m. to 4p.m. Thursdays; 8a.m. to 11a.m. Fridays; 8a.m. to 4p.m.

Scrabble

We l o o k f o r w a r d 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 relaxed environment, where all levels of play a re w e l c o m e . B r i n g y o u r o w n S c r a b b l e b o a rd . Location: Meeting Room 116 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Fridays, 9:00a.m. to 11:00a.m.

Location: Meeting Room 120A at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Thursdays, 12:30p.m. to 3:30p.m.

“It’s so great to practice and play with fellow pool enthusiasts in such a beautiful senior center. All of us look forward to the daily open play and scheduled tournament days.” - BILL NOVAK - Pool Player

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NUTRITION

MUSIC

Encinitas Parks & Recreation Cafe

Love to Sing

Nutrition Coordinator: Carol Hamilton & Samantha Sonnich

Dawn Burcham

Enjoy a farm to table dining experience at the Encinitas Parks and Recreation Café, intended for baby boomers and seniors of the veteran era alike. The Café is open for lunch Monday through Friday, and located at 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive, in Encinitas. The City of Encinitas Senior Center is pleased to work with “Kitchens for Good,” the lunch catering provider as of October, 2015. “Kitchens for Good” is a non-profit organization whose mission is to empower, nourish and engage the community through healthy meal production, workforce development, and social enterprise. Meals are not only fresh, delicious, and nutritious, but also made from scratch daily. Local organic produce is used whenever possible to create these irresistible choice entrees. The suggested meal donation is $4 for Seniors 60+, with a $6 cost per meal for ages under 60. Reservations are required and can be made until 8:00a.m. on the day you would like to have lunch by calling (760)943-2258. Please check in for lunch no later than 11:00a.m. Visit www.encinitasca.gov for the current menu. Please note: No eligible person shall be denied a meal because of failure or inability to contribute.

Nutrition Project Council

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. It is the purpose of this Council to advise the contractor’s 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 Senior Center Fee: Free January 13, March 10, May 12 Fri; 9:30a.m. to 10:30a.m.

If you love to sing, come join us. Uplifting music, great company and all around fun. No experience necessary. Location: Game Room 137SC at Encinitas Community Center Fridays; 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m. Course #6924; Fri, January 6 - Fri, January 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6925; Fri, February 3 - Fri, February 24 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6926; Fri, March 3 - Fri, March 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6927; Fri, April 7 - Fri, April 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6928; Fri, May 5 - Fri, May 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Ukulele - Beginning Gerry Rahill This class will introduce you to this easy-to-play little instrument that’s having a great resurgence in popularity around the world. Even if you’ve never played a musical instrument before, you’ll be playing a song by the end of the first class. Bring your ukulele and join us! Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center 1p.m. to 2p.m. Course #6951; Wed, January 4 - Wed, January 25 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6952; Wed, February 1 - Wed, February 22 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6953; Wed, March 1 - Wed, March 29 Fee: Resident: $31.00. Non-resident: $34.00 Course #6954; Wed, April 5 - Wed, April 26 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6955; Wed, May 3- Wed, May 31 Fee: Resident: $31.00. Non-resident: $34.00

“Gerry is a great instructor and it would be difficult not to learn as well as to improve your ukulele skills from such a fine instructor.” - steve forbes - ukulele student

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LIFE ENRICHMENT–#EVERYONEPLAYS Ukulele - Intermediate

Blood Pressure Clinic

Gerry Rahill

American Medical Response

If you have a ukulele and can play some chords but would like to learn more this class is for you. We’ll learn different strums and rhythms, more advanced chords, and how to read tablature. We’ll use these to play many popular songs, traditional and contemporary.

An EMT is available to check your blood pressure on the 1st Friday and 3rd Thursday of the month.

Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center 2:30p.m. to 3:30p.m. Course #6956; Wed, January 4 - Wed, January 25 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6957; Wed, February 1 - Wed, February 22 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6958; Wed, March 1 - Wed, March 29 Fee: Resident: $31.00. Non-resident: $34.00 Course #6959; Wed, April 5 - Wed, April 26 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6960; Wed, May 3- Wed, May 31 Fee: Resident: $31.00. Non-resident: $34.00

OUTREACH SERVICES AARP Smart Driver Course Volunteer Facilitator: Ronald Feiler 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 $15 with an AARP card and $20 for general public per person. Fee must be paid in class by cash or check made payable to AARP only. Be sure to bring your AARP card to class. Call (760) 943-2250 to reserve a spot.

Location: Banquet Hall at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free 10:30a.m. to 12:30p.m.

2016 Tax Assistance AARP Trained volunteers from the AARP Foundation TaxAide provide free State and Federal income tax return preparation and filing assistance for taxpayers with low and moderate incomes, with special attention to those 60 and older. Walk-ins are accepted, otherwise appointments can be made by emailing aarptax.encinitas@gmail.com. Location: Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Fri, 8:30a.m. to 1:30p.m. Course #7163; Fri, February 3 - Fri, April 14

Elder Law and Advocacy Attorney: David Schwartz 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. 4th Thursday of every month. Location: Conference Room A 119 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Thu, 10a.m. to 2p.m.

Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: $15 with an AARP card and $20 for general public per person Tuesday; January 10 & 17 March 14 & 21 May 9 (One Day Refresher Course) 12:30p.m. to 4:30p.m.

Bereavement Support Group Volunteer Facilitator: Jodi Varner “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 with space to share their stories as well as exercises and instruction related to navigating their grief and loss processes. Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Mon; 2:30p.m. to 3:30p.m.

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HICAP Counseling

Writing to Heal

Volunteer Facilitator: Joanne Fink

Rosalie Cushman

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.

Come join us in writing exercises that help unearth some of the more distressing and upsetting experiences in our lives. Edits will provide writing prompts for times of traumatic/dramatic events in our personal or communal history. Discussions will follow on personal points of view. Purchase of “Expressive Writing: Words that Heal” is optional.

First Friday of the month Location: Conference Room A 119 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free 9t:30a.m. to 12:30p.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: You Are Not Alone, Vial of Life, Home Safety Check and information and referrals. Call (760) 943-2250 for more information. Location: Encinitas Community 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 if any of the above opportunities interest you and you have some time to give.

SPECIAL INTEREST Cooking ‘Round the World Mary Usuha Seniors are whisked away to the Country of the Day through a colorful slide presentation, and then collaboratively cook 2-3 different dishes as a group. While we eat, we discuss how the characteristics of the Country seeps into the foods we are enjoying. Delicious and fun! 4:00p.m. to 6p.m. Location: Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $27.00. Non-resident: $30.00 Poland; Course #7272; Thu, January 26 Cuba; Course #7273; Thu, February 23 India; Course #7274; Thu, March 23 Fiji; Course #7275; Thu, April 27 Greece; Course #7276; Thu, May 25

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Location: Room 119 at Encinitas Community Center Fridays; 1p.m. to 2p.m. Course #6919; Fri, January 6 - Fri, January 27 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6920; Fri, February 3 - Fri, February 24 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6921; Fri, March 3 - Fri, March 31 Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course #6922; Fri, April 7 - Fri, April 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #6923; Fri, May 5 - Fri, May 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

50+ Singles Club Volunteer Facilitator: Lucille Brown 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 the month Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Wed, 10:30a.m. to 11:30a.m.

Book Club Volunteer Facilitator: Carole Joyce 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. 3rd Wednesday of the month Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Wed, 1:30p.m. to 3:00p.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 Tue, 1:30p.m. to 3p.m.


LIFE ENRICHMENT–#EVERYONEPLAYS Italian Conversation Volunteer Facilitator: Donald Cifarelli 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 Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Thu, 1p.m. to 3p.m.

Senior Commission Meeting

The Senior Commission meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 2:00p.m. in Council Chambers at Encinitas City Hall. Please note that they are dark in July, August and December. The public is welcome to attend the meetings. 3rd Tuesday of the month Location: Encinitas City Hall Council Chambers Fee: Free Tue, 2p.m. to 3p.m.

Stamp Club Volunteer Facilitator: Russell Skerrett 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. If you have stamps or stamp supplies that you no longer need and want to donate them, please contact the volunteer facilitator. 1st Wednesday of the month Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Wed, 10:00a.m. to 11:30a.m

TRANSPORTATION

Out and About Encinitas - Get 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 Ashley Keller, Recreation 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 notiďŹ ed in the order the applications were received.

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 Ashley Keller, Recreation Coordinator at (760) 943-2256.

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 A D A certified passengers. For an application call (877) 232-7433. To schedule a ride call (760) 726-1111. Suggested $4 donation per round-trip LIFT ride.

NCTD Breeze

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

NCTD Flex 374

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

Encinitas Senior Center Lunch Transportation Van Drivers Steve Grant and Benny Andaya 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.

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CONCERTS

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

at the Encinitas Library

For information on the Civic Arts Program, visit: www.encinitasca.gov/arts.

FEATURING THE WINNERS OF THE 2016/17 BEVERLY HILLS NATIONAL AUDITIONS IN CONCERT

“A much-sought-after opportunity for performers... the talent level is extremely high.” - Los Angeles Times Talented artists from around the world are selected at the Beverly Hills National Auditions and presented monthly in concert in the intimate and acoustically superb Encinitas Library Community Room, with an expansive view of the Pacific Ocean. Concerts also take place in Torrance and Beverly Hills. .

HERNANDEZ GIACOPUZZI DUO JUAN-MIGUEL HERNANDEZ, viola JACOPO GIACOPUZZI, piano Friday, January 13, 7:30p.m. Juan-Miguel was a top prizewinner of many international competitions, has been a soloist with numerous symphony orchestras and is the violist of the legendary Fine Arts Quartet. Jacopo was a top prize-winner of the International Liszt Competition, a soloist at the 2016 iPalpiti Festival and is pursuing a Master’s degree in Piano Performance at USC. jmhernandez.com jacopogiacopuzzi.com

SUNSET CLUB TRIO

ÉTIENNE GARA, violin INES THOMÉ, electric guitar MICHAEL GRATOVICH, Flamenco guitar Friday, February 17, 7:30p.m. The three highly-gifted musicians met while at USC and founded the trio to create a fresh approach to traditional repertoire by introducing guitar into works originally written for violin and piano. Their sensitive and subtle sonorities create exciting sound textures in Classical masterpieces. facebook.com/sunsetclubtrio

MANA TRIO MICHAEL HERNANDEZ, soprano saxophone MICHAEL MORTAROTTI, alto saxophone CINDY LAM, piano Friday, March 17, 7:30pm The soprano and alto saxophone, with their unmatched communicative sonorities, are well suited to the classical piano trio, thus opening its rich repertoire to this innovative trio. The musicians are highly talented virtuosos of their instruments and together, present a thrilling program, from Classical to Jazz. michaelhernandezsax.com michaelmortarotti.com cindylam.com

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TICKETS & INFO

www.Encinitasca.gov/Concerts Tickets: $14 PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE : www.encinitas.tix.com (Tix.com fee $1.50 per ticket.) BY PHONE: 800-595-4849 (tix.com fee $3.50 per ticket). Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express charge cards are accepted You may also purchase tickets at the door. Tickets will be held at Will Call. CONCERT LOCATION: Encinitas Library, 540 Cornish Drive, Encinitas, CA 92024 Artists and programs subject to change. No refunds, all sales are final.

Wednesdays@Noon, Free lunchtime concerts at the Encinitas Library Now in its 5th year, the C i t y ’s w e e k l y s e r i e s presents outstanding musicians from throughout Southern California performing all styles of music. You are invited to bring lunch or purchase from the coffee cart. Seating for 170 only— we hope to see you often! For information on this week’s concert, visit: www.encinitasca.gov/wednoon


LIFE ENRICHMENT–#EVERYONEPLAYS ROLF HAAS, violin MIKI AOKI, piano Friday, April 21, 7:30pm Rolf is blazing a new trail as a classical violinist, combining extreme virtuosity with an expansive sound palette. He performs regularly with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and concertizes worldwide. Miki recently toured South Africa, Russia and Norway, and is a senior lecturer at Graz University for Music and the Performing Arts. rolfhaas.com miki-aoki.com YULIA ZINOVIEVA, Mezzo-Soprano TEMIRZHAN YERZHANOV, piano Friday, May 19, 7:30pm Two brilliant young musicians born in Kazakhstan will perform piano solos and vocal arias and romances. Yulia is an award-winning mezzo-soprano with an international career as a recording and performing artist. Temirzhan launched his career by winning the Gold Medal at the International Robert Schumann Piano Competition and has been a soloist with leading orchestras worldwide. linkedin.com/in/yulia-zinovieva temirzhanyerzhanov.com

6th Annual Encinitas Arts Festival. S u n d a y,

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San Dieguito Academy Performing Arts Center, 800 Santa Fe Drive Your passport to the arts with music, dance and theatre performances on multiple stages, including one that features l o c a l ro c k b a n d s . P l u s a n A r t i s t E x p o w i t h l i v e demonstrations, art-making workshops for children, a student art exhibit and food vendors. Presented by the city’s Arts Division, San Dieguito Academy Foundation, local arts organizations, and public and private schools. Info: www.EncinitasCA.gov/festival, 760-633-2746.

Firebird Balalaika Ensemble

“Firebird is musically superb!” ~ Los Angeles Times Friday, June 16, 7:30pm The ensemble performs with Russian traditional instruments and costumes and has toured extensively in the U.S. and abroad to critical acclaim. The dynamic group often includes vocalists and dancers in music from traditional Russian, Ukrainian, and Eastern European songs, to well-known classics and folk songs. lynnmcconnell.com/pages/Firebird

Ballet Folklorico de San Dieguito

BALLET FOLKLORICO DE SAN DIEGUITO

The city’s year-round dance education program for children and youth, ages 6-17, teaches the traditional dances of Mexico and offers performance opportunities within the community. It’s also a great source of exercise and is fun! Classes are held on Saturdays in the Dance Studio at the Encinitas Community and Senior Center, 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive, Encinitas, CA 92024. Director: Nadia Arambula. Presented by the Arts Division and Encinitas Friends of the Arts. Cost: $10 per class/$30 per month. Scholarships are available. Some dancewear and outfits are provided.

Class 1: Saturdays, 1-3p.m. Class 2: Saturdays, 3-5p.m. To enroll, contact Nadia Arambula at (619) 446-7283, or narambula@baysidecc.org • Info: www.bfsd.me

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WINTER-SPRING 2017 REGISTRATION Registration opens Dec 5th, 2016

HOW TO REGISTER Online Registration:

(www.EncinitasParksAndRec.com) 1. Go to EncinitasParksandRec.com 2. Create an account or login 3. Search for an activity 4. Add to Shopping Cart 5. Review enrollment and confirm selections 6. Accept waiver and pay All activities subject to time/date change. $2.50 nonrefundable registration processing fee is included in each course ($1 fee for Senior Center programs).

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. City Hall is open Monday through Friday, 7:00a.m. to 6:00p.m. and is closed on alternating Fridays. The Encinitas Community and Senior Center is open for registration Monday through Friday, from 8:00a.m. to 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.

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PROGRAM GENERAL INFO Inclusion Policy

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 case-by-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

T h e C i t y o f E n c i n i t a s P a r k s a n d R e c re a t i o n 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.

program registration and general information


We Take

PLAY Seriousl�

Our Parks team strives to provide perfect playing surfaces, and to take great care of Encinitas’ 19 parks, 6 beach access points, and 40 miles of recreational trails as well as many other amenities.

Our annual field renovation process includes, but is not limited to the following: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Verticut (removes “thatch” also known as matted, dead, and/or decaying plant material) Core aerification (reduces compaction, improves infiltration, and provides much needed oxygen to the soil and root zone) Power rake and disposal (clean up unwanted debris provides optimum media for the necessary seed-to-soil contact) Soil amendment (improves soil profile improving nutrient uptake) Irrigation inspection & repair (distribution uniformity is key!) Over-seed (improved turf type varieties selected for sports use and local climate) Sod installations if/when needed Top dress (protects the seed, keeps it warm to promote germination, and retains soil moisture) Fertilize (yup, plants need food too) Irrigate (short and frequent cycles to keep seed bed moist) Germination (let it grow!) First mow (just a little off the top) Rest (Zzzzzz…) Second mow to desired height Game on!

These practices apply to our dog parks just the same. Heavy recreational use, human foot traffic, and dogs have feet that perform just like cleats!

Pictured: Parks Supervisor Dan Foley at Leo Mullen Sports Park’s brand new synthetic turf soccer field.

Maintenance schedule Field Closures Cardiff Sports Park Field 1 and 2 - June Field 3 and 4 - July

Encinitas Community Park Field 1 and 4 - May Field 2 and 3 - August Practice Site - December - February *dates are subject to change

Ecke Sports Park Field 1- 5/27 – 6/20 Field 2 - July Field 3 - 5/27 – 6/20 Leo Mullen Sports Park Baseball Field - July Soccer Field - It’s synthetic!

That means quicker routine maintenance and no long closure periods. Enjoy year-round play!

Dog park maintenance The Maggie Houlihan Memorial Dog Park will be closed every Thursday from 1 to 3 p.m. for cleaning, turf maintenance and odor control treatments. The Dog Park will be will be closed May 1 through May 26 and if needed, Oct 2 through 27 for turf renovations and grounds maintenance.

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With over 40 miles of recreational trails, more than 19 parks and over 6 miles of coastline, exploration awaits in Encinitas. Get out there! Share your favorites on Facebook and Instagram using hashtag #ExploreEncinitas and #EncinitasLife. You can ďŹ nd direct links to all of our feeds by visiting www.EncinitasCA.gov/socialmedia

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