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Board of Directors Chuck Washington………………………………………President Maryann Edwards…………………………….…..Vice-President Jeff Comerchero...……………….……………………..…Director The Holiday Season is upon us and the City of Temecula is Mike Naggar…………………………………….…………Director committed to bringing you many programs and events to Ronald H. Roberts……………….………………..………Director make this holiday season enjoyable and memorable for the City of Temecula whole family. Take a moment to log onto the City’s website at Shawn Nelson………………………………………City Manager to find up-to-the-minute information on the many seasonal recreational opportunities available to you Aaron Adams…………………………….Assistant City Manager Bob Johnson…………………………….Assistant City Manager and yours, brought to you by the City of Temecula. Grant Yates……………………………..….Deputy City Manager Why not make this year’s New Year’s Resolution all about Community Services Commission FUN! Lean to dance, learn to draw or paint, take a photography Thomas W. Edwards…………………..……………….Chairman class, become a season ticket holder at the Old Town Temecula Michael McCracken.……………….…………….Vice-Chairman Community Theater to enjoy outstanding theater arts, register Charolette Fox…………..…………………………Commissioner to be a City of Temecula Volunteer, learn to golf, challenge Felicia Hogan………………………………………Commissioner your fitness by learning martial arts or yoga. This Guide to James Meyler.........…………….…………………Commissioner Leisure Activities is designed to provide you and your family Community Services Department with opportunities to fill your free time with FUN. Recreation is Herman D. Parker…………….Director of Community Services for everyone! Kevin Harrington……….…………Maintenance Superintendent Julie Pelletier…………….………….Recreation Superintendent If our staff can be of any assistance, please do not hesitate to Barbara Smith…………..…………Senior Management Analyst contact Community Services at (951) 694-6480. Community Services Department Staff Dawn Adamiak…………….……Senior Recreation Coordinator We are here for you! Candice Adkisson-Flohr…………………Recreation Supervisor Sincerely, Bea Barnett…………..……………Patron Services Coordinator Bruce Beers……….…………………Theater Services Manager Robin Gilliland……...………………Museum Services Manager Jeff Lawrence………….…………………Recreation Supervisor Herman D. Parker Tracy Masters………..…………Senior Recreation Coordinator Director of Community Services Wendell Ott…………………………Museum Services Manager Charles Walker………………………Human Services Manager Bruce Wedeking…………….…………Maintenance Supervisor Matt Wiechec…………………..………Maintenance Supervisor Gwen Willcox……………………..…………Aquatics Supervisor James Willcox………………….…………Recreation Supervisor Mike Wooten…………………….……………Sports Coordinator See page 47 for important registration information Commission Meetings

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Creating Community Through People, Parks & Programs


“It’s What We Do!”

The Community Services Commission meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:00pm in City Hall Council Chambers, 41000 Main St., Temecula.

Americans with Disabilities Act

The City of Temecula understands its obligation to provide access to public service to those qualified individuals with disabilities. Please call 694-6480 with any requests for accommodation at least one week prior to an activity or class.

The City of Temecula Community Services Department Mission Statement:

“To provide high quality parks and recreation facilities and services that our community can be proud of.”



DATE: Saturday, April 23rd

Follow the Easter Bunny to a park near you for the

TIME: 9am-11am...Get There Early

Come prior to the hunt and join in the bunny hop,

City of Temecula’s annual Easter Egg Hunt!

NEW LOCATIONS: Ronald Reagan Sports Park 30875 Rancho Vista Road Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park 32380 Deer Hollow Way Harveston Community Park 28582 Harveston Drive

enter the prize drawing and have your picture taken with the Easter Bunny. Don’t forget to bring a basket to collect your goodies! Egg Hunt is for kids’ 1-11 years. (Special Needs area at all three park locations.) Egg Hunts start at 10am SHARP!

Teen Glow-in-the-Dark EGG Hunt! Teens bring your friends and your flashlight and meet us at the park for a one of a kind glow-in-the-dark egg hunt! Candy, gift cards and BIG prizes (TV, IPod) in all eggs. Who will walk away with the grand prize? You can’t win if you don’t come! Everyone in attendance will be eligible for community service hours needed for school. Date: Friday, April 15th Time: 7:00-9:00pm Where: Kent Hintergardt Memorial Park


13th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony Come spend the evening with us at the beautiful Temecula Duck Pond to light up the sky and mark the beginning of the holiday season. This annual event promises to be filled with festive entertainment, refreshments, and holiday fun for the entire family! Location: Temecula Duck Pond Fee: FREE Date Day Time Dec 2 Thu 7:00-8:00pm

Holiday Lights & Festive Sights Home Decorating Contest Are you the Clark Griswold of the neighborhood at the holidays? We want YOU to enter the Holiday Lights & Festive Sights Home Decorating Contest. Get your neighbors together and enter as a Neighborhood or enter as a Single Residence. Single residence categories include Clark Griswold (we see your house when we enter your street), Animated (lights flash to music), Religious, and Old Fashioned (classic holiday display). All entries will be included on the Holiday Lights Map. Download the entry form at Do your part to light up Temecula this holiday season! Deadline to enter: Dec 7

Breakfast with Santa & Santa’s Workshop


Don’t miss one of Temecula’s most anticipated holiday events! Share a special moment with your family as Santa visits Temecula. Eat a delicious breakfast, enjoy holiday entertainment, and decorate holiday cookies at Santa’s Workshop. This is one holiday event the entire family will enjoy. New Special Needs Breakfast this Year! This breakfast is for Special Needs and their families to share some one-on-one time with Santa and his helpers! Space is limited, so please register early! Parents...don’t forget to bring your cameras. Each breakfast will start at the exact times listed don’t be late! Activity # Breakfast Times 8:00-9:00am Date: Saturday, Dec 11 4448.201 4448.202 9:00-10:00am Location: CRC, 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. 4448.203 10:00-11:00am Fee: $7/person 11:00am-12:00pm (Infants under the age of 12 months and not requiring a seat are FREE) 4448.204 4448.205 12:00-1:00pm (Special Needs)

Santa’s Electric Light Parade

Join us for A Toyland Christmas! The annual Santa’s Electric Light Parade will now travel thru the twinkling lights of Old Town Temecula. Visit the city’s website or call 694-6480 for event and parking information.

Friday, December 3rd 7:00pm


Candyland Party

Follow the Candyland Trail to the most delicious party in Temecula. Guess how many gumdrops are on Gumdrop Mountain, play games with Mr. Mint and find what’s hiding in Peanut Acres. Don’t miss the party of the season! Pre-registration strongly recommended. Fee applies to all attending. Location: CRC Fee: $3/person Activity# Date Day Time 8100.101 Feb 4 Fri 6:30-8:00pm

Good Green Fun

Grab your family and friends, put on some green and join us to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Claddagh Dance Company will be performing and then showing us some dance moves. Door prizes for all those in green! Pre-registration strongly recommended. Fee applies to all attending. Location: CRC Fee: $3/person Activity# Date Day Time 8100.102 Mar 11 Fri 6:30-8:00pm

Mother’s Day Tea Party You are cordially invited to a very special Mother’s Day Tea Party. This is an intergenerational tea for grandmothers, mothers, and daughters! Enjoy a light lunch of delicious sandwiches, flavorful teas and decadent desserts. Event also includes entertainment and a prize drawing. Pre-registration is required. Location: MPSC Fee: $20/person Activity# Date Day Time 4410.101 May 7 Sat 12:00-2:00pm

Father / Daughter Fairytale Adventure! Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

Magic Night

Join us for a night of magic and illusion. The magician provides an interactive, laugh out loud experience. They’ll leave you asking, “how did they do that?” Pre-registration strongly recommended. Fee applies to all attending. Location: CRC Fee: $3/person Activity# Date Day Time 8100.103 Apr 1 Fri 6:30-8:00pm

Kite Night

Grab your kites and head out to the park for a windy night in Temecula. Don’t have a kite... buy one from us. Kite flying contest, craft area and snacks provided. Registration is not required for this event. Location: RRSP - Gazebo Area Fee: FREE Date Day Time May 13 Fri 6:30-8:00pm


Calling all princesses of the Temecula Kingdom to a royal celebration. Your honor is requested along with your dad, grandfather, or uncle for a date in our outdoor fairytale land. Buffet dinner, dancing, photos and of course tiaras for all princesses. This is a magical night fathers and daughters will remember forever. Reserve your thrones today! Location: Redhawk Golf Club Fee: $10/person Activity# Date Day Time 4415.101 May 20 Fri 6:00-9:00pm

Teen Events & Programs

TEEN EPICENTER Ages: 12-18 Years

The Educational Professional Interest Center is where things happen! It’s the place where friends can hang out, play Wii, Play Station 2, Game Cube and Xbox, shoot some pool, play foosball, watch movies and more. It’s also the place to check out information on the Job and College Board and so much more. Check out our MySpace for more info at Location: CRC Fee: $1/annually Day Times (subject to change) Monday thru Friday 2:30pm-8:45pm Saturday 11:00am-8:45pm Sunday 1:00pm-4:45pm

Spring Break 2011 Ages: 12-18 Years

The Epicenter will have extended hours during your spring break. Don’t spend your spring break at home, come to the center and hang out with your friends! We will also have a End of Spring Break Bash. Location: CRC Fee: $3/person Dates Day Times (subject to change) Mar 28-Apr 1; Apr 4-Apr 8 Mon-Fri 12:00pm-8:45pm Mar 26, Apr 2, Apr 9 Sat 11:00am-8:45pm Mar 27, Apr 3, Apr 10 Sun 1:00-4:45pm

Youth Advisory Kouncil (YAK) Recruitment Ages: 14-18 Years

We are recruiting Temecula high school students for the Youth Advisory Kouncil (YAK). If you are interested in bringing exciting opportunities to your community you would be perfect! YAK members play a significant role in planning City events. Focus will be on service learning, leadership development, and guest panel discussions. The Kouncil meets weekly to discuss programs and ideas that make our great City even better. If you are interested, please drop in and attend a meeting or call 694-6469 for more information. Dates Day Time Location Ongoing Mon 5:00-6:00pm CRC

Round #1 Ages: Middle School

Think you have game? Prove it! At our single elimination tournament, we will have foosball, dodge ball, guitar hero, and more. We are going to have FUN with a marathon of classic and modern video games. Prizes will be awarded. Date Day Time Location Feb 12 Sat 7:00-9:00pm CRC

Dance Fusion - Middle School Dances Ages: Middle School

Mark your calendar and get your friends together! All you need is your Temecula school ID. There will be snacks for sale, a place to kick-back, and the hottest beats to dance to. Don’t have a school ID? Have your parents verify your grade and you are in! Register online to beat the line at the door. Location: CRC Fee: $3/person Activity# Dates Day Time 2350.101 Feb 11 Fri 7:00-9:00pm 2350.102 May 20 Fri 7:00-9:00pm

Give Back Ages: 14-18 Years

Here is your chance to “give back” a little of your time and “get a lot back” in return. This new program is designed for teens to spend a few hours making a difference in the lives of others while receiving community service hours required for high school graduation. Each Saturday will involve a project that will directly or indirectly benefit others in need. Projects may include making, cards or care packages for hospital patients, local seniors or soldiers overseas. Location: CRC Fee: FREE Activity# Dates Day Time 2355.101 Feb 5 Sat 6:00-9:00pm 2355.102 Mar 5 Sat 6:00-9:00pm 2355.103 May 7 Sat 6:00-9:00pm

You Think You Can Dance? Ages: 14-18 Years

Come solo or bring your dancing partner and show off your dance moves. There will be no stopping you once the music starts and you start moving your feet to the beat. If you think you cannot dance, you will have a chance to work with a choreographer giving lessons on the latest and greatest MTV hip-hop moves. Location: CRC Fee: $5/person Activity# Dates Day Time 2340.101 Jan 21 Fri 7:00-9:00pm 2340.102 Mar 19 Sat 7:00-9:00pm

Help has arrived! Tutor.Com provides live one-on-one homework help with a certified tutor. Students log-on with their library card number, complete a brief questionnaire stating their need, and are connected to an appropriate tutor. Instant messaging and an interactive whiteboard allow students and their tutors to draw problems, share files to review essays and papers, and browse educational resources on the internet together.

Temecula Spring Cotillion

Ages: 10 -15 Years In today’s society we need to give our children every edge that we can in order for them succeed in life. Cotillion is designed to give young people practice and instruction in the daily courtesies that make life more pleasant for them. Emphasis is on an up to date approach on etiquette, manners and character education, as well as Ballroom dancing. The components of the program include proper introductions, answering a formal invitation, participating in group settings, polite conversation, giving and receiving compliments, dress code, table manners, formal place settings, writing and giving a toast, and many other areas of social behavior. Cotillion consists of three workshops and culminates with a final semi-formal dinner dance. We encourage an equal ratio of boys to girls, (for dancing) every effort will be made to accommodate all children. Fee includes workbook and final dinner. Materials Fee: $35 due to instructor Instructor: Angela Sturdivant Location: CRC Fee: $98/4 wks Class #: 1070.101

Workshop Dates Thursdays, Feb 24-Mar 10 Final Dinner & Dance Friday, Mar 18

Time 6:00-7:30pm Time 6:00-9:00pm


The City of Temecula is proud to be hosting the 3rd annual Temecula Special Games. This event will be open to athletes of all ages with developmental disabilities. Athletes will participate in opening ceremonies, sporting events, a variety of noncompetitive games and sporting events, and closing ceremonies. Athletes will also enjoy a sponsored lunch. Walk-in athletes will not be accepted. For more information or volunteer opportunities visit Athlete Registration Deadline: Mar 1

Saturday, March 19th 9:30am-1:00pm Chaparral High School Football Stadium

Temecula Special Games...


Where Everyone’s a Winner!

The Temecula High Hopes Program enables our special needs adults, ages 18 and older to socialize and interact with peers while participating in group activities and events. The program meets at the Mary Phillips Senior Center (MPSC) at 41845 6th Street in Old Town behind the Fire Station. Check out the following calendar for upcoming activities. For additional information, call 694-6464. Location: (MPSC) Mary Phillips Senior Center Fee: $1/resident, $2/non-resident

2011 High Hopes Special Needs Annual Program

Musical Chimes

Learn the magic of playing chimes with your friends. This is a great learning tool for adults with special needs. Dates Day Time Jan 13-May 26* Thu 2:00-3:00pm *Class Skip Date: Mar 31, Apr 7

Digital Photography Class

For the photographer in you! Do you have a digital camera and don’t know how to use it? Well here is your chance to learn! Join this class and learn how to use your camera and take great pictures. Display your works of art at the annual Art & Photography Fair. Dates Day Time Jan 13-May 26* Thu 3:45-4:30pm *Class Skip Date: Mar 31, Apr 7

High Hopes Dance & Music Recital

Let us entertain you! The High Hopes gang will sing and tap their way into your hearts with their show-stopping routines. All participants of our dance and music programs will have the opportunity to perform at this exciting event. Location: Old Town Temecula Community Theater Date Day Time May 25 Wed 6:00-8:00pm

Art & Photography Fair

Join us for the 2011 High Hopes Arts & Music Fair. This event is hosted by the City of Temecula and includes an Art & Photography exhibit which showcase many unique and beautiful artwork and photo displays created by our High Hopes Participants. Location: Gallery at the Merc/Old Town Temecula Community Theater Exhibit Dates: May 25-May 29 Meet the Artist Reception: May 25, 5:00-6:00pm

Tap Dance Program

Dust off your tap shoes, warm up your legs! If you’ve always wanted to dance here is your chance. This is a great way to socialize and get fit. Date Day Time Jan 11-May 24* Tue 2:00-2:45pm *Class Skip Date: Mar 29, Apr 5

High Hopes Choir

Event Schedule

All events meet at the MPSC from 6:00-9:00pm unless otherwise noted. You must RSVP for events, as space is limited. Events are subject to change. For more information call 694-6464.

Fee: $1/resident, $2/non-resident (Unless otherwise noted)

Jan 7 - Welcome in the New Year

Come join us to celebrate a fun start in 2011. Make some new friends in the New Year! Bring your favorite dish to share.

Jan 21 - Game Night

Join your friends for a fun-filled night of games. Refreshments provided.

Feb 4 - Art of Etiquette

Come and have fun learning from Miss Manners. She will teach us the “art of etiquette” and when we come back for the Valentine’s Party we will impress our loves ones. Refreshments will be provided.

Feb 18 - Valentines Party

Dress to impress your Valentine. Pictures will be taken. Use what you learned with Miss Manners and show off your great manners. Potluck dinner.

Mar 4 - Game Night

Relax and come play a game with your friends. Refreshments provided.

Mar 18 - St. Patrick’s Day Party

Make sure you’re wearing green tonight! Bring an Irish treat to share.

Do re me! Come sing with us and learn a variety of Rock & Roll hits! Test your vocal chords and see how great you sound. Dates Day Time Jan 11-May 24* Tue 2:45-3:30pm *Class Skip Date: Mar 29, Apr 5

Apr 1 - Opening Baseball Day (Trivia Night)

High Hopes Open Gym

May 6 - Cinco de Mayo Celebration

Come enjoy some gym play time with your friends. Day Time Location Mon - Fri 9:00-11:00am CRC Gym *Skip Dates: Dec 24, Dec 31, Jan 17, Feb 21, May 30

Show your team spirit, wear your favorite team colors. Come win some great prizes! Refreshments provided.

Apr 15 - Karaoke Night

Come join your friends for a night of Karaoke. Refreshments provided. Come join us for a Cinco de Mayo celebration. Bring your favorite Mexican dish or treat to share.

May 20 - Summer Kick-Off Party Let’s celebrate summer! Refreshments provided.

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Spring Camps Extreme Dodge Ball Ages: 5 - 16 Years

By combining some of the most popular games of all time like Dodge Ball, Capture the Flag, Hide and Seek, and Paintball, Master Sports has created an incredibly fun, fast-paced, adrenaline rush game. This game teaches team work, strategy, and good sportsmanship. Physical fitness benefits include building speed, agility, coordination and throwing accuracy. The game is played on a court or field with inflatable obstacles used for ducking, dodging and hiding. Our dodge balls are child friendly soft foam core models to create a safe and Xtremely fun time. Instructor: Master Sports Location: CRC Fee: $145/Camp Class# Camp Dates Day Time 1660.101 Mar 28-Apr 1 Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

If I were a Princess Camp Ages: 4 - 8 Years

Here is an opportunity for the Princess in you to come out and play. Each day we will spend time with a different Princess: Sleeping Beauty, Belle, Ariel, and more. We will listen to songs, read stories, and make a Princess inspired craft. We will talk about the values a Princess lives by, being kind, patient, honest, helpful, and how we can live by these values. Come dressed in your favorite princess costumes! Materials Fee: $20 due to instructor. Instructor: Angela Sturdivant Location: CRC Fee: $74/Camp Class# Camp Dates Day Time 1840.101 Mar 28-Apr 1 Mon-Fri 9:30am-11:30am

Multisport Camp Ages: 5 - 16 Years

Multisport Camp is designed for all-around players and beginners who wish to improve their skills in soccer, football, tennis, basketball, volleyball, Nerf dodge ball, kickball, and softball. Campers should bring a water bottle, sunscreen, shin guards and wear a gym-type shoe. Camp is for boys and girls and participants are placed in age-appropriate groups. Instructor: EMH Fee: $55/Camp Location: Temeku Hills Park Class# Camp Dates Day Time 1825.101 Mar 28-Apr 1 Mon-Fri 9:30am-11:30am 1825.102 Apr 4-Apr 8 Mon-Fri 9:30am-11:30am

Complete Tennis Camp for Kids Ages: 7-13 Years

The CTC for Kids is designed to keep the fun in tennis while working on the “fun”damentals. Camp activities will include stroke and strategy drills, minitournament competitions and lots of fun games. Kids of all abilities and experience are welcome. Camp fee includes camp t-shirt. Instructor: Kerry Leander Location: TVHS Fee: $105/Camp Class# Camp Dates Day Time 1410.101 Mar 28-Apr 1 Mon-Fri 9:30am-12:30pm 1410.102 Apr 4-Apr 8 Mon-Fri 9:30am-12:30pm


Bigfoot’s Crazy Cartoon Camp Ages: 7 - 13 Years

Once again, Bigfoot brings his awesome Cartoon Camp back for a crazy Spring session! Campers will watch cartoons, draw a ton of cartoons and play really fun cartoon-themed games. All supplies and a snack will be provided daily. Bifgoot’s crazy activities may get a bit messy, so make sure your camper dresses accordingly. Sunscreen and tennis shoes required. This is the only camp of its kind, so sign up now! Your young cartoonist is in for a creative and fun time. Materials Fee: $20 due to instructor. Instructor: Tony Moramarco Location: TCC Fee: $80/Camp Class# Camp Dates Day Time 1444.101 Mar 28-Apr 1 Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

Wonders! NASA Space Camp Ages: 5-13 Years

Join Wonders and NASA as we explore Space and Rocketry. Build and launch a rocket that soars over 1,000 feet, experiment with conditions found on planets, liquid air and frozen gases, make super launchers, fire land rockets and a 7-foot air rocket, eat astronaut treats and more! Join this unforgettable exploration to the furthest reaches of the solar system. Materials Fee: $20 fee due to instructor. Instructor: Don & Josh Miller Location: TCC Class# Class Dates Days Time Fee 1890.101 Mar 28-Mar 31 Mon-Thu 1:30-4:30pm $125/Camp

Wonders! Science Super Camp #4: 50 Incredible Hands-on Experiments Ages: 5-13 Years

This science camp is hands-on fun from beginning to end! Perform over 50 experiments, watch 30 science demonstrations and learn why amazing things happen. Write with fascinating invisible inks, grow a crystal garden, steer a floating solar blimp, make a rock board collection, grow fantastic crystals, cast a T-rex dinosaur fossil, do amazing experiments with liquid nitrogen, and more. Materials Fee: $20 due to instructor. Instructor: Don & Josh Miller Location: TCC Fee: $125/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1885.101 Apr 4-Apr 7 Mon-Thu 1:30-4:30pm

Singing Stars Spring Break Camp Ages: 5 - 12 Years

Group Voice Camp will focus on individual singing skills taught in a group setting. Fun singing activities will be introduced daily. Group singing and solos for all will be a part of our end of camp recital. Bring a water bottle and a light snack each day. Star photos will be taken of each child. Individual and group photos will be given to each camper. There is no additional charge for the recital. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor. Instructor: Esther Dernbach Location: OTTCT Fee: $95/Camp Class# Camp Dates Day Time 1355.101 Mar 28-Mar 31 Mon-Thu 10:00am-12:00pm

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Toddler Time Ages: 18 Months-2 1/2 Years

Join us as we introduce your toddler to the world of learning. Each class will be filled with developmentally appropriate activities through arts and crafts, nursery rhymes and songs, music and movement and social interaction with other children. Your toddler will develop cognitive, motor and language skills along with learning how to make choices and explore exciting new things with you by their side. Enrollment is recommended each session for continuing class development. Space is limited, so sign up early. Please bring to class weekly a large towel, a paint shirt and a spill proof cup for snack time. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor Instructor: Mary Anne Russo Location: TCC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1130.101 Jan 10-Jan 31* Mon 10:00-11:30am $30/3 Wks 1130.102 Feb 7-Feb 28* Mon 10:00-11:30am $30/3 Wks 1130.103 Mar 7-Mar 21 Mon 10:00-11:30am $30/3 Wks 1130.104 Apr 11-Apr 25 Mon 10:00-11:30am $30/3 Wks 1130.105 May 2-May 23 Mon 10:00-11:30am $40/4 Wks *Class Skip Date: Jan 17, Feb 21

Creative Beginnings for Parent & Me Ages: 2 1/2 - 4 Years

These classes provide a nurturing environment for your child to participate in creative activities in a preschool setting. With each class your child will be introduced to developmentally appropriate activities, such as using their imaginations for dramatic play, manipulative activities, cooperative games and story time with parents. Lesson plans will concentrate weekly on learning their colors, letters, shapes and numbers. All this while experiencing quality time with their parents and peers! Enrollment is recommended each month for continuing class development. Space is limited, so sign up early. Please bring a large towel, a paint shirt and lunch for you and your child to each class. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor. Instructor: Mary Anne Russo Location: TCC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1115.101 Jan 11-Jan 25 Tue 10:00am-12:30pm $45/3 Wks 1115.102 Feb 1-Feb 22 Tue 10:00am-12:30pm $55/4 Wks 1115.103 Mar 1-Mar 22 Tue 10:00am-12:30pm $55/4 Wks 1115.104 Apr 12-Apr 26 Tue 10:00am-12:30pm $45/3 Wks 1115.105 May 3-May 24 Tue 10:00am-12:30pm $55/4 Wks

Parent-n-Me Ages: 2-5 Years

This exciting new Parent-n-Me program is a great way to spend some fun time with your child or grandchild. Children will enjoy crawling through tunnels, parachute play, and musical instruments all while socializing with other children. Class includes free play and group time with songs and story time. This is a great way for toddlers and parents to meet new friends! All activities will be parent-led and selfguided. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Please bring a snack for the two of you. Instructor: Jessica Walker Location: CRC Fee: $20/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1000.101 Jan 7-Jan 28 Fri 9:00-10:30am 1000.102 Feb 4-Feb 25 Fri 9:00-10:30am 1000.103 Mar 4-Mar 25 Fri 9:00-10:30am 1000.104 Apr 1-Apr 22 Fri 9:00-10:30am 1000.105 May 6-May 27 Fri 9:00-10:30am

Youth Enrichment Little Learners Ages: 3-Kindergarten

This drop off Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten class is a theme & letter based curriculum program that changes weekly. There is Large Group Time where children will learn socialization skills while independently exploring through learning centers such as: blocks, dramatic play, sensory/ science, & art along with Small Group Time where children will learn cognitive development and cooperative play with activity centers such as: small motor, language, play dough and letter projects that prepare your child for Kindergarten. Your Little Learner’s day will be complete with music & movement, games and story time. Child must be potty trained and ready to have a fun filled learning experience! Enrollment is on a first come first serve basis and classes fill up quickly. Space is very limited and you are encouraged to sign up for both sessions at one time to ensure child’s continued placement. Materials Needed: Medium size plastic bucket with handle decorated with child’s name and snack fee at first class of each session ($20 for 2 day class and $30 for 3 day class.) NOTE: Due to limited space registration priority is given to Temecula residents. Non-residents may register on Dec 8 if space still available. Instructor: Nichelle Trzop Location: HCPR 3 Years (2 Days/Week) Fee: $264/11 Wks Class# Class Dates Days Time 2000.101 Jan 11-Mar 24 Tue/Thu 9:00am-12:00pm 2000.102 Apr 12-Jun 23 Tue/Thu 9:00am-12:00pm 4-5 Years (3 Days/Week) Fee: $396/11 Wks Class# Class Dates Days Time 2015.101 Jan 10-Mar 25* M/W/F 9:00am-12:00pm 2015.102 Apr 11-Jun 24* M/W/F 9:00am-12:00pm

Combo Class 3-5 Years (2 Days/Week) Fee: $264/11 Wks

Class# Class Dates Days Time 2010.101 Jan 11-Mar 24 Tue/Thu 1:00-4:00pm 2010.102 Apr 12-Jun 23 Tue/Thu 1:00-4:00pm (3 Days/Week) Fee: $396/11 Wks Class# Class Dates Days Time 2020.101 Jan 10-Mar 25* M/W/F 1:00-4:00pm 2020.102 Apr 11-Jun 24* M/W/F 1:00-4:00pm *Class Skip Date: Jan 17, Feb 21, May 30

My First Art Class Ages: 2-4 Years

For the truly beginner artist! This art class is for toddlers and parents (or their helpers). Little fingers experiment with painting, gluing, printing and creating while developing fine motor, language and self-help skills. Children learn about artists and explore art materials in this fun and creative “I can do it” class which introduces children to color, shape, texture with new lessons each session! Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Location: CRC Class# Class Dates Day Time 1320.101 Jan 11-Feb 15 Tue 9:30-10:15am 1325.101 Jan 11-Feb 15 Tue 10:30-11:15am 1320.102 Feb 22-Mar 22 Tue 9:30-10:15am 1325.102 Feb 22-Mar 22 Tue 10:30-11:15am 1320.103 Apr 12-May 17 Tue 9:30-10:15am 1325.103 Apr 12-May 17 Tue 10:30-11:15am

Fee $72/6 Wks $72/6 Wks $65/5 Wks $65/5 Wks $72/6 Wks $72/6 Wks


Let’s Get Moving Ages: 3-4 Years

Youth Enrichment Tiny Tots Ages: 3-5 Years

Tiny Tots is a structured recreational program with emphasis on socialization and fun. Children enjoy music, fun craft projects, storytelling and many other learning activities. Children must be potty trained and should bring a healthy snack to class. Children enrolling in Terrific 3’s must be three years of age prior to the start date or four years of age for Fabulous 4’s and 5’s. A copy of their birth certificate must be presented at first class. NOTE: Due to limited space this program is available to Temecula residents only. Proof of residency must be presented at first class. If residency is not confirmed participation in program will not be allowed. Non-residents can contact the CRC at 694-6410 to be placed on a wait list. Participants may enroll in only one class per session. Instructor: City Staff Location: CRC

TERRIFIC 3’s Session 1

Fee: $80/10 Wks Class# Class Dates Days Time 1040.101 Jan 3-Mar 23* Mon/Wed 9:15am-10:45am 1040.102 Jan 3-Mar 23* Mon/Wed 11:00am-12:30pm Session 2 Fee: $56/7 Wks Class# Class Dates Days Time 1040.103 Apr 11-May 25 Mon/Wed 9:15am-10:45am 1040.104 Apr 11-May 25 Mon/Wed 11:00am-12:30pm

Mommy and Me Dance Movement Ages: 12 - 24 Months

Parent and child will enjoy music and dance movement. Comfortable clothing and tennis shoes are suggested. Parents will have the opportunity to interact with their child in a positive fun environment. Instructor: Holly Davidson Location: TVCD Fee: $50/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1255.101 Jan 5-Feb 9 Wed 11:00-11:40am 1255.102 Feb 16-Mar 23 Wed 11:00-11:40am 1255.103 Apr 6-May 11 Wed 11:00-11:40am

Enchanted Dance Ages: 2-3 Years

Class# 1250.101 1250.102 1250.103


Beginning Ballet Ages: 5-8 Years

Students will learn basic ballet steps in a fun, hands-on environment. Pink leotard and pink ballet shoes are required. Hair should be in a bun. Instructor: Holly Davidson Location: TVCD Fee: $50/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1301.101 Jan 5-Feb 9 Wed 4:00-4:45pm 1301.102 Feb 16-Mar 23 Wed 4:00-4:45pm 1301.103 Apr 6-May 11 Wed 4:00-4:45pm

Music for Toddlers Ages: 18 Months-3 Years

FABULOUS 4’s and 5’s Fee: $80/10 Wks Session 1

Class# Class Dates Days Time 1045.101 Jan 4-Mar 10 Tue/Thu 9:15am-11:00am 1045.102 Jan 4-Mar 10 Tue/Thu 11:15am-1:00pm Session 2 Fee: $56/7 Wks Class# Class Dates Days Time 1045.103 Apr 12-May 26 Tue/Thu 9:15am-11:00am 1045.104 Apr 12-May 26 Tue/Thu 11:15am-1:00pm *Class Skip Date: Jan 17, Feb 21

Class introduces boys and girls to creative movement and dance. It is a fun interactive way to stay fit, improve coordination, boost self-confidence and have healthy socialization. Parents should plan to participate. Instructor: Holly Davidson Location: TVCD Fee: $50/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1251.101 Jan 5-Feb 9 Wed 9:30-10:10am 1251.102 Feb 16-Mar 23 Wed 9:30-10:10am 1251.103 Apr 6-May 11 Wed 9:30-10:10am

This class provides an outlet for our little princesses to dance and play. It’s also an introduction to dance and provides healthy social interaction. Wear your favorite princess or fairy costumes to class! Instructor: Holly Davidson Location: TVCD Fee: $50/6 Wks Class Dates Day Time Jan 5-Feb 9 Wed 10:15-10:55am Feb 16-Mar 23 Wed 10:15-10:55am Apr 6-May 11 Wed 10:15-10:55am

Hearing, feeling, moving, singing, sharing and playing MUSIC! Children absorb and store musical patterns and concepts for enjoyment and growth in all of their musical endeavors. These classes promote your child’s discovery of music through singing, listening and playing simple rhythm instruments. Parent involvement is required. Instructor: Susan Miyamoto Fee: $54/7 Wks Location: Miyamoto Music Studio Class# Class Dates Day Time 1125.101 Jan 8-Feb 19 Sat 10:00-10:30am 1125.102 Jan 11-Feb 22 Tue 10:00-10:30am 1125.103 Jan 12-Feb 23 Wed 10:00-10:30am 1125.104 Mar 8-Apr 26* Tue 10:00-10:30am 1125.105 Mar 12-Apr 30* Sat 10:00-10:30am * Class Skip Date: Apr 5, Apr 9

Music for Young Children Ages: 3-4 ½ Years

Children will explore the world of music while developing skills in listening, beginning music reading and ensemble playing. They will experience pitch and rhythm through singing and playing glockenspiels and rhythm instruments. Come and join the fun! Instructor: Susan Miyamoto Fee: $78/7 Wks Location: Miyamoto Music Studio Class# Class Dates Day Time 1126.101 Jan 8-Feb 19 Sat 10:45-11:25am 1126.102 Jan 13-Feb 24 Thu 10:00-10:40am 1126.103 Mar 12-Apr 30* Sat 10:45-11:25am * Class Skip Date: Apr 9

Piano Readiness Ages: 4-5 ½ Years

This pre-piano class will give your child a head start in piano lessons and help you determine if your child is ready for traditional lessons. Students will explore concepts such as high/low, slow/fast, a steady beat, and simple rhythms through movement and playing rhythm instruments. Keyboard concepts such as music alphabet, finger numbers and names of keys will also be introduced. Instructor: Susan Miyamoto Fee: $70/6 Wks Location: Miyamoto Music Studio Class# Class Dates Day Time 1127.101 Mar 10-Apr 21 Thu 10:00-10:45am * Class Skip Date: Apr 7

Tots-n-Pots Ages: 3-5 Years

Cooking and baking provide the perfect combination of fun and creativity, and it’s a great way to teach children about the food they eat. Our cooking classes are fun hands-on workshops dedicated to providing you valuable time with your child and the best part, kids eat together what they have done during class. Adults will be involved and help their kids during each class. Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: CRC Fee: $30/2 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1360.101 Jan 24-Jan 31 Mon 9:30-10:30am 1360.102 Feb 14-Feb 28* Mon 9:30-10:30am 1360.103 Apr 4-Apr 11 Mon 9:30-10:30am 1360.104 May 16-May 23 Mon 9:30-10:30am * Class Skip Date: Feb 21

Petite Chefs Ages: 6-14 Years

Designed to teach the fundamentals of cooking in a safe, hands-on and creative environment. Chefs-in-training learn to measure, sift, mix, whip, knead, zest, decorate and more - improving math, science, reading and social skills along the way, by encouraging future foodies to pursue their interests with passion and education. Class themes vary and recipes continuously change. At the end of class, kids eat what they have made during class. Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: CRC Fee: $49/2 Wks

Ages: 6-10 Years

Class# 1365.101 1365.102 1365.103 1365.104 1365.105

Class Dates Jan 11-Jan 18 Feb 1-Feb 8 Mar 1-Mar 8 Apr 5-Apr 12 May 3-May 10

Day Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue

Time 4:15-5:30pm 4:15-5:30pm 4:15-5:30pm 4:15-5:30pm 4:15-5:30pm

Class# 1370.101 1370.102 1370.103

Class Dates Feb 15-Feb 22 Mar 15-Mar 22 Apr 19-Apr 26

Day Tue Tue Tue

Time 4:15-5:30pm 4:15-5:30pm 4:15-5:30pm

Ages: 11 -14 Years

Cupcake Craze for Kids Ages: 8-14 Years

Get crazy with cupcakes as you learn the simple and fun ways to decorate. Jill Foster, owner of Sweet Art Factory will teach you to create cupcakes for special occasions and holidays. Each week you will bring home decorated cupcakes to enjoy! Materials Fee: $5 due to instructor. Instructor: Jill Foster Location: CRC Fee: $28/2 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1225.101 Feb 3-Feb 10 Thu 6:30-8:00pm

Crafty Kids Ages: 6-10 Years

These FUN workshops are designed to bring out the creativity in your child. We will complete a different project at each workshop, so take one or take them all! Class fee includes all supplies. Please send your child with a snack. Instructor: Jessica Walker Location: CRC Fee: $15/Workshop Class# Dates Day Time Craft 1015.101 Jan 10 Mon 4:00-5:30pm Friendship/Beaded Bracelets 1015.102 Feb 7 Mon 4:00-5:30pm Valentine Craft 1015.103 Mar 14 Mon 4:00-5:30pm Tie Dye t-shirts 1015.104 Apr 11 Mon 4:00-5:30pm Decorated Picture Frames 1015.105 May 2 Mon 4:00-5:30pm Mother’s Day Craft

Etiquette Survival Ages: 5-15 Years

We will provide your child with the skills they need to feel self-assured and confident in any situation. Learn proper table manners, telephone manners, honesty, integrity, giving and receiving, getting along with others, self-esteem and compassion. Our entertaining classes include roleplaying and lesson plans that teach the value of proper social behavior, self-respect and self-confidence. All while having fun and making new friends. Proper dress required. Instructor: Angela Sturdivant Location: CRC Fee: $49/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1019.101 Jan 4-Jan 25 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 1019.102 May 2-May 23 Mon 4:30-5:30pm

Little Miss Charm School Ages: 4-10 Years

Put on your prettiest party dress and do up your hair! Join us for an afternoon just for girls. We will have cookies and tea and learn a bit of grace and charm. Attend one or attend them all ... Remember, Practice makes Polite! Instructor: Angela Sturdivant Location: CRC Fee: $17/Class Princess Party - Wear your tiaras and favorite princess or fairy dresses! Class# Dates Day Time 1025.101 Jan 29 Sat 1:00-2:30pm Teddy Bear Party - Bring your favorite furry friend! Class# Dates Day Time 1025.102 Feb 19 Sat 1:00-2:30pm Doll Party - Bring your favorite doll for tea! Class# Dates Day Time 1025.103 Mar 19 Sat 1:00-2:30pm

Wonders! Math (Locking in the Critical Basics of Math) Ages: 5 - 10 Years All of math is easier when students have basic facts and concepts locked in solidly. If a student is missing just a few, it can significantly handicap progress. 5th-8th graders can labor excessively because of a few unaddressed deficiencies or because their calculating speed is slow. Students will be tested and deficiencies pinpointed. Great techniques will then be used to help easily master facts with speed. If your child is struggling with certain problems, these will be addressed. Save your child and yourself hours of frustration and lay a solid foundation for great success in math! Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor. Instructor: Don & Josh Miller Location: TCC Fee: $65/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time Topic 1895.101 Jan 6-Jan 27 Thu 5:15-6:30pm Multiplication 1 & 2 1895.102 Feb 3-Feb 24 Thu 5:15-6:30pm Addition 1 & 2

Wonders! Science Classes Ages: 5-14 Years

These science classes are hands-on fun from beginning to end! Students will perform over 120 terrific experiments, watch 80 incredible science demonstrations and learn why amazing things happen. Each class is unique with over 30 handson experiments and 20 demonstrations! Visit for detailed description of classes and experiments. These tremendous classes will enrich your child’s thirst to learn about the world around them. Classes can be taken in any order. Materials Fee: $15 due to instructor. Instructor: Don & Josh Miller Location: TCC Fee: $65/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time Class Title 1891.101 Jan 6-Jan 27 Thu 3:30-5:00pm Class 2B 1891.102 Feb 3-Feb 24 Thu 3:30-5:00pm Class 3A 1891.103 Mar 3-Mar 24 Thu 3:30-5:00pm Class 3B 1891.104 May 5-May 26 Thu 3:30-5:00pm Class 4A


Performing Arts City of Temecula Youth Musical Theater

Beauty and the Beast Jr. Ages: 6-17 Years

Be a part of the smash hit musical, Beauty and the Beast Jr! There are a variety of roles large and small, to fit all ages and levels of experience. Cast taught by an award-winning creative team that includes a TVUSD drama teacher, a top vocal coach, and a local choreographer. This 18week program will end with evening performances held at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater. Auditions will be held at the first class meeting and no materials or experience is necessary. Materials Fee: $50 due to instructor (includes scripts, rehearsal CD, and some costume pieces). Basic costumes will need to be provided at a minimal cost to participant. Performance tickets are not included in class fee. Performance Dates: Jun 27-Jun 30 Instructor: Jennifer Stuart Location: OTTCT Fee: $175/16 Wks Class# Class Date Day Time 8570.101 Mar 1 - Jun 23 Tue/Thu 4:00-6:00pm *Class Skip Date: Mar 29 & 31, Apr 5 & 7

Ballet Folklorico Ages: 4-12 Years

Learn the beautiful and traditional folk dances of Mexico. Some dances require special dresses to be performed traditionally and the cost for these is optional. All students will need to have a practice skirt. This class is for boys and girls. Instructor: Lorena Hancock Location: TCC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1580.101 Jan 3-Jan 31* Mon 5:00-6:00pm $25/4 Wks 1580.102 Feb 7-Feb 28* Mon 5:00-6:00pm $20/3 Wks 1580.103 Mar 7-Mar 28 Mon 5:00-6:00pm $25/4 Wks 1580.104 Apr 4-Apr 25 Mon 5:00-6:00pm $25/4 Wks 1580.105 May 2-May 23 Mon 5:00-6:00pm $25/4 Wks *Class Skip Date: Jan 17, Feb 21

Temecula Valley Twirlers & Pom

Become a Temecula Valley Cheerleader or Twirler and learn fun routines and dance moves! Veteran baton twirler and cheerleader Diana Tomseth will make each class fun and exciting and provide students with instruction that builds their selfesteem in a healthy environment. Materials Fee: Optional $40 for t-shirt and poms/baton Instructor: Diana Tomseth Location: CRC Fee: $52/7 Wks

Tiny Poms

Ages: 4-5 Years

Class# 1915.101 1915.102

Class Dates Jan 31-Mar 21* Apr 11-May 23

Day Mon Mon

Time 5:30-6:30pm 5:30-6:30pm

Class# 1920.101 1920.102

Class Dates Jan 31-Mar 21* Apr 11-May 23

Day Mon Mon

Time 6:45-7:30pm 6:45-7:30pm

Junior Poms

Ages: 6-12 Years

Baton Twirling

Ages: 4-12 Years

Class# Class Dates 1900.101 Jan 31-Mar 21* 1900.102 Apr 11-May 23 *Class Skip Date: Feb 21


Day Mon Mon

Time 4:45-5:30pm 4:45-5:30pm

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Beginning Hip Hop Ages: 7-11 Years

Hip hop is fun, fast and furious. Learn the latest moves to appropriate music. Comfortable clothes and tennis shoes required. Boys and girls both welcome! Instructor: TVCD Staff Location: TVCD Studio Fee: $50/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1310.101 Jan 5-Feb 9 Wed 4:45-5:30pm 1310.102 Feb 16-Mar 23 Wed 4:45-5:30pm 1310.103 Apr 6-May 11 Wed 4:45-5:30pm

Beginning Tap, Ballet, Jazz Combo

Class is intended for the beginning dancer. Tap, ballet shoes and dance attire required. This is a fun beginning dance experience! Instructor: TVCD Staff Location: TVCD Studio Fee: $50/6 Wks

Ages: 3-5 Years

Class# 1261.101 1261.102 1261.103

Class Dates Jan 8-Feb 12 Feb 19-Mar 26 Apr 2-May 14*

Day Sat Sat Sat

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

Class# 1300.101 1300.102 1300.103

Class Dates Jan 5-Feb 9 Feb 16-Mar 23 Apr 6-May 11

Day Wed Wed Wed

Time 12:00-12:45pm 12:00-12:45pm 12:00-12:45pm

Class# Class Dates 1260.101 Jan 8-Feb 12 1260.102 Feb 19-Mar 26 1261.103 Apr 2-May 14 *Class Skip Date: Apr 23

Day Sat Sat Sat

Time 11:45-12:30pm 11:45-12:30pm 11:45-12:30pm

Ages: 4-5 Years

Ages: 6-9 Years

Temecula Valley Children’s Chorus Ages: 5-14 Years

A performance group for children to sing at community events. Learn to sing and perform with simple choreography in a choral setting. Discipline and hard work required to sing as a unified chorus. A few solos and speaking parts available. Concert will be held at last class. Additional performances will be held in the community at the end of the session. No additional fees due for concerts. Materials Fee: $12 for t-shirt and group photo for new participants. $5 for returning participants. Instructor: Esther Dernbach Location: OTTCT Fee: $90/10 Wks Class# Class Date Day Time 1171.101 Feb 2-Apr 20* Wed 5:30-6:30pm *Class Skip Date: Mar 30, Apr 6

Singing Stars Ages: 4 - 12 Years

Group voice instruction focuses on individual singing skills taught in a group setting. A great opportunity to master an audition or talent show song and build performance skills with a sound system. A recital will be held on last day of class. There is no additional fee for recital. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor. Instructor: Esther Dernbach Location: OTTCT Fee: $75/7 Wks


Ages: 4-6 Years


Ages: 5-7 Years


Ages: 7-12 Years

Class# 1151.101 1152.101 1151.102 1152.102

Class Dates Jan 24-Mar 14* Jan 24-Mar 14* Apr 11-May 23 Apr 11-May 23

Day Mon Mon Mon Mon

Time 10:15-11:00am 1:00-1:45pm 10:15-11:00am 1:00-1:45pm

Class# 1153.101 1153.102

Class Dates Day Jan 24-Mar 14* Mon Apr 11-May 23 Mon

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

Class# Class Dates Day 1154.101 Jan 24-Mar 14* Mon 1154.102 Apr 11-May 23 Mon *Class Skip Date: Feb 21

Time 6:30-7:20pm 6:30-7:20pm

Hawaiian Tahitian Dance

Polynesian Dance instruction for fun and enjoyment! Learn the basic movements of the graceful Hawaiian Hula, the fun Maori poi balls and the exciting Tahitian Dance. Intermediate/Advanced class designed for returning dancers and must be approved by the instructor. Instructor: Aileen Manalili-De Villa Location: OTTCT Fee: $40/8 Wks Beginning Keikis Ages: 4 1/2-6 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 1200.101 Jan 25-Mar 15 Tue 4:15-4:45pm 1200.102 Mar 22-May 31* Tue 4:15-4:45pm Beginning Keikis Ages: 7-10 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 1201.101 Jan 25-Mar 15 Tue 5:00-5:45pm 1201.102 Mar 2-May 31* Tue 5:00-5:45pm Intermediate Keikis Ages: 7-10 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 1202.101 Jan 26-Mar 16 Wed 4:15-5:00pm 1202.102 Mar 23-Jun 1* Wed 4:15-5:00pm Advanced Keikis Ages: 11-13 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 1203.101 Jan 26-Mar 16 Wed 5:00-6:00pm 1203.102 Mar 23-Jun 1* Wed 5:00-6:00pm Beginning Teens & Adults Ages: 11 Years-Adults Class# Class Dates Day Time 1204.101 Jan 25-Mar 15 Tue 7:00-7:50pm 1204.102 Mar 22-May 31* Tue 7:00-7:50pm Intermediate Teens & Adults Ages: 14 Years-Adults Class# Class Dates Day Time 1205.101 Jan 25-Mar 15 Tue 6:00-7:00pm 1205.102 Mar 22-May 31 Tue 6:00-7:00pm Advanced Teens & Adults Ages: 16 Years-Adults Class# Class Dates Day Time 1206.101 Jan 26-Mar 16 Wed 6:00-7:30pm 1206.102 Mar 23-Jun 1* Wed 6:00-7:30pm *Class Skip Date: Apr 5, Apr 6, Apr 12, Apr 13, May 10, May 11

Guitar Lessons Ages: 7 Years - Adults

Always wanted to play the guitar? These hands-on classes are the perfect way to learn the basics or go beyond the basics to learn to play more difficult pieces with ease. Intermediate class will cover leads, licks, riffs, runs, comping, muting, picking and more. Acoustic guitar required for class. Materials Fee: $5 fee due to instructor. Instructor: Josh Miller Location: MPSC Fee: $60/4 Wks Class# Class Date Day Time 1760.101 Jan 4-Jan 25 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 1760.102 Feb 1-Feb 22 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 1760.103 Mar 1-Mar 22 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 1760.104 Apr 5-Apr 26 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 1760.105 May 3-May 24 Tue 4:30-5:30pm

Salsa/Bachata Dance Lessons Ages: 13 Years - Adults Learn the basics of club-style salsa, including musicality, timing, and partnering. Participants will learn the basic steps for merengue, cha cha, bachata, and casino rueda. No experience or partner necessary. Intermediate class must have instructor approval to enroll. If you have dance experience but have not taken a class with Aaron Perez contact our office to see if this class is for you. Instructor: Aaron Perez Location: MPSC Fee: $50/8 Wks

Beginning Class# 2600.101 2600.102 2600.103

Dates Jan 6-Feb 24 Mar 3-Apr 21 Apr 28-Jun 16

Day Thu Thu Thu

Time 6:15-7:45pm 6:15-7:45pm 6:15-7:45pm

Class# 2605.101 2605.102 2605.103

Dates Jan 6-Feb 24 Mar 3-Apr 21 Apr 28-Jun 16

Day Thu Thu Thu

Time 8:00-9:00pm 8:00-9:00pm 8:00-9:00pm


Belly Dancing Ages: 14 Years-Adults

Dance to the hypnotic music of the Middle East. Improve muscle tone and develop a more positive body image while having fun in this class. Learn movements to compliment the various Arabic drum rhythms. There is an extra workshop on musical styles, costuming and cultures of the region. Instructor: Kathy Stradley Location: CRC Fee: $48/8 Wks

Beginning Class# 3000.101 3001.101 3000.102 3001.102

Class Dates Jan 19-Mar 9 Jan 20-Mar 10 Apr 13-Jun 1 Apr 14-Jun 2

Day Wed Thu Wed Thu

Time 6:00-7:00pm 7:10-8:10pm 6:00-7:00pm 7:10-8:10pm

Class# 3002.101 3002.102

Class Dates Day Jan 19-Mar 9 Wed Apr 13-Jun 1 Wed

Time 7:10-8:20pm 7:10-8:20pm


Ballroom Dance Lessons Ages: 12 Years - Adults

A good dancer is a definite plus to social occasions. Learning to ballroom dance will help you make many new friends as you learn a lifetime social skill that will provide years of enjoyment and a good workout too! Sign up today and join in on one of our nation’s favorite pastimes. Pre-registration is required. Want a chance to show off your dance skills? Visit for the schedule of monthly dances held usually on the second Saturday of the month at the TCC. Instructor: John Irwin Location: TCC


Hip Hop (Social, Club & Choreography) Ages: 12-17 Years

This new class is for teens and young adults and will cover the basics in choreography, poppin, tutting, footwork, styling and social (club) hip hop steps. No previous dance experience required. Have fun, meet new friends, and best of all learn to dance! Instructor: Aaron Perez Location: MPSC Fee: $50/8 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 2610.101 Jan 6-Feb 24 Thu 5:00-6:00pm 2610.102 Mar 3-Apr 21 Thu 5:00-6:00pm 2610.103 Apr 28-Jun 16 Thu 5:00-6:00pm

Class# Dates Day 3200.101 Jan 5-Jan 26 Wed 3200.102 Feb 2-Feb 23 Wed 3200.103 Mar 2-Mar 30 Wed 3200.104 Apr 6-Apr 27 Wed 3200.105 May 4-May 25 Wed

Thursday’s Class# 3400.101 3400.102 3400.103 3400.104 3400.105

Dates Day Jan 6-Jan 27 Thu Feb 3-Feb 24 Thu Mar 3-Mar 31 Thu Apr 7-Apr 28 Thu May 5-May 26 Thu

Time Fee 7:15-8:45pm $28/4 Wks 7:15-8:45pm $28/4 Wks 7:15-8:45pm $35/5 Wks 7:15-8:45pm $28/4 Wks 7:15-8:45pm $28/4 Wks

Theme Waltz Fox-Trot WC Swing EC Swing Disco

Time Fee 7:15-8:45pm $28/4 Wks 7:15-8:45pm $28/4 Wks 7:15-8:45pm $35/5 Wks 7:15-8:45pm $28/4 Wks 7:15-8:45pm $28/4 Wks

Theme Waltz Fox-Trot WC Swing EC Swing Disco


Sports & Fitness Soccer Skills Ages: 2-10 Years

This soccer program improves ball handling, goal scoring, passing and more through fun and imaginative drills and games. Emphasis is given to improving motor skills, strength and conditioning, and overall awareness of what is occurring on the soccer field. Classes are formatted with games and drills that are perfect for all levels of play including beginners and experienced players. NOTE: All participants receive an official Master Sports Soccer Ball and a t-shirt! Parents in parent participation class also receive class shirts! Instructor: Master Sports Coaches Fee: $105/8 Wks Location: Long Canyon Creek Park (Cross street Margarita Road/N. General Kearney)

Parent Participation Class# 2200.101 2200.102 2200.103 2200.104

Class Dates Jan 12-Mar 2 Jan 12-Mar 2 Mar 23-May 11 Mar 23-May 11

Day Wed Wed Wed Wed

Class# 2201.101 2201.102 2201.103

Class Dates Jan 12-Mar 2 Mar 12-May 7* Mar 23-May 11

Day Wed Sat Wed

Class# 2202.101 2202.102 2202.103 2202.104 2202.105

Class Dates Jan 12-Mar 2 Jan 12-Mar 2 Mar 12-May 7* Mar 23-May 11 Mar 23-May 11

Day Wed Wed Sat Wed Wed

Class# 2203.101 2203.102 2203.103

Class Dates Jan 12-Mar 2 Mar 12-May 7* Mar 23-May 11

Day Wed Sat Wed

Class# Class Dates 2204.101 Jan 12-Mar 2 2204.102 Mar 12-May 7* 2204.103 Mar 23-May 11 *Class Skip Date: Apr 23

Day Wed Sat Wed


Soccer 1

Ages: 2-3 ½ Years Time 9:00-9:30am 9:40-10:10am 9:00-9:30am 9:40-10:10am

Ages: 3 ½-4 Years Time 10:15-10:55am 9:00-9:40am 10:15-10:55am

Ages: 4-5 Years

Time 11:00-11:45am 2:00-2:45pm 9:45am-10:30am 11:00-11:45am 2:00-2:45pm

Soccer 2

Ages: 5-7 Years

Soccer 3

Ages: 8-10 Years

Beginner Baseball League Ages: 4-5.9 Years

Time 3:00-3:50pm 10:35-11:25am 3:00-3:50pm

Time 4:00-5:00pm 11:30am-12:30pm 4:00-5:00pm

This league is designed for children who miss the age cut-off date for little league. It is non– competitive where the score is not kept. Children will hit off a tee (no pitching). There are no outside practices and parents are encouraged to participate in classes. The goal of this league is to have fun, develop new skills, enjoy wearing a hat, uniform and being part of a team for the very first time. Hat, team shirt, trophy and team picture included. The first two weeks are designated spring training and the last six weeks are games. Games may change times week to week depending on the amount of teams formed. Instructor: Master Sports Coaches Location: Pauba Ridge Park Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1865.101 Mar 12-May 7* Sat 1:00-2:00pm $120/8 Wks *Class Skip Date: Apr 23


Jr. Sports Ages: 3-6 Years

This popular program allows participants to play soccer, basketball, tee-ball, flag football and track n’ field. Our coaching philosophy is to give participants a foundation in each sport by incorporating rules into modified games that are appropriate for each age group and most importantly a lot of fun. Class shirt included. Each season there is a new giveaway! Instructor: Master Sports Coaches Location: Pauba Ridge Park Fee: $105/8 Wks

Ages: 3-4 Years Class# 1860.101 1860.102 1860.103 1860.104 1860.105 1860.106 1860.107 1860.108 1860.109 1860.110

Class Dates Jan 10-Feb 28 Jan 10-Feb 28 Jan 11-Mar 1 Jan 11-Mar 1 Mar 12-May 7* Mar 12-May 7* Mar 21-May 9 Mar 21-May 9 Mar 22-May 10 Mar 22-May 10

Day Mon Mon Tue Tue Sat Sat Mon Mon Tue Tue

Time 8:40-9:30am 9:30-10:20am 8:40-9:30am 9:30-10:20am 8:40-9:30am 9:30-10:20am 8:40-9:30am 9:30-10:20am 8:40-9:30am 9:30-10:20am

Class# 1870.101 1870.102 1870.103 1870.104 1870.105 1870.106 1870.107 1870.108 1870.109 1870.110

Class Dates Jan 10-Feb 28 Jan 10-Feb 28 Jan 11-Mar 1 Jan 11-Mar 1 Mar 12-May 7* Mar 12-May 7* Mar 21-May 9 Mar 21-May 9 Mar 22-May 10 Mar 22-May 10

Day Mon Mon Tue Tue Sat Sat Mon Mon Tue Tue

Time 10:20-11:10am 11:10-12:00pm 10:20-11:10am 11:10-12:00pm 10:20-11:10am 11:10-12:00pm 10:20-11:10am 11:10-12:00pm 10:20-11:10am 11:10-12:00pm

Class# Class Dates Day 1880.101 Mar 12-May 7* Sat *Class Skip Date: Apr 23

Time 12:00-12:50pm

Ages: 4-5 Years

Ages: 5-6 Years

Baseball Skills Ages: 7-12 Years

This exciting new program will focus on throwing, running, infield defense, outfield defense, hitting, situational defense, position work, sportsmanship and more. Repetition of fundamental work is stressed in this class. Pitching machines will be used. NOTE: All participants will receive an official Master Sports Baseball and t-shirt! Instructor: Master Sports Coaches Location: Pauba Ridge Park Fee: $105/8 Wks Ages: 7-8 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 1875.101 Mar 12-May 7* Sat 2:30-3:30pm Ages: 9-10 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 1875.102 Mar 12-May 7* Sat 3:30-4:30pm Ages: 11-12 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 1875.103 Mar 12-May 7* Sat 4:30-5:30pm *Class Skip Date: Apr 23

Preschool Gymnastics

Preschool gymnastics is all about movement. Children learn motor development, tumbling, bars, balance beam, trampolines, vaulting skills and more! Obstacle courses teach your child to follow pattern-exercises to increase their readingreadiness. Our courses change weekly and are fun, fun, fun! Instructor: Kristine Ortenzo-Hayes Location: CRC Fee:$55/6 Wks

Junior Jumpers (*Parent Participation) Ages: 18 Months-2 Years

Class# 1720.101 1721.101 1720.102 1721.102 1720.103 1721.103

Class Dates Jan 5-Feb 9 Jan 5-Feb 9 Feb 16-Mar 23 Feb 16-Mar 23 Apr 13-May 18 Apr 13-May 18

Day Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed

Time 9:30-10:10am 10:30-11:10am 9:30-10:10am 10:30-11:10am 9:30-10:10am 10:30-11:10am

Class# 1722.101 1723.101 1722.102 1723.102 1722.103 1723.103

Class Dates Jan 5-Feb 9 Jan 5-Feb 9 Feb 16-Mar 23 Feb 16-Mar 23 Apr 13-May 18 Apr 13-May 18

Day Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed

Time 10:30-11:15am 11:30-12:15pm 10:30-11:15am 11:30-12:15pm 10:30-11:15am 11:30-12:15pm

Little Jumpers

Golf Lessons

PGA Professional Steve Adamiak and his experienced staff offer a wonderful introduction to the game of golf. Students learn proper skills and fundamentals, swing techniques and course etiquette. Clinics are tailored to each specific age group and participants skill level. Golf clubs provided if needed or can be purchased on site. Instructor: Steve Adamiak , PGA Inland Empire Teacher of the Year Location: Redhawk Golf Club

Ages: 3 -5 Years

Junior Golf Clinic Ages: 6-17 Years Fee: $50/4 Wks Class# Class Dates 1500.101 Jan 12-Feb 2 1500.102 Feb 9-Mar 2 1500.103 Mar 9-Mar 30 1500.104 Apr 6-Apr 27 1500.105 May 4-May 25

Day Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed

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

Women’s Golf Clinic Ages: 16 Years - Adults Fee: $50/4 Wks Class# Class Dates 1502.101 Jan 12-Feb 2 1502.102 Feb 9-Mar 2 1502.103 Mar 9-Mar 30 1502.104 Apr 6-Apr 27 1502.105 May 4-May 25

Day Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed

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

Tumbling, balance beam, bars and vault - this class teaches the basics on each event. Gymnasts will learn forward rolls, handstands, cartwheels, bridges and more. Class develops strength, coordination, agility and flexibility. Students should wear comfortable clothes with no zippers or buttons on waist band. Instructor: Kristine Ortenzo-Hayes Location: CRC Fee:$59/6 Wks

Ages: 5- 7 Years

Class# 1724.101 1724.102 1724.103

Class Dates Jan 5-Feb 9 Feb 16-Mar 23 Apr 13-May 18

Day Wed Wed Wed

Time 3:45-4:40pm 3:45-4:40pm 3:45-4:40pm

Class# 1725.101 1725.102 1725.103

Class Dates Jan 5-Feb 9 Feb 16-Mar 23 Apr 13-May 18

Day Wed Wed Wed

Time 4:45-5:40pm 4:45-5:40pm 4:45-5:40pm

Ages: 8-11 Years

Senior Golf Clinic Ages: 50+

Fee: $40/4 Wks Class# Class Dates 1503.101 Jan 11-Feb 1 1503.102 Feb 8-Mar 1 1503.103 Mar 8-Mar 29 1503.104 Apr 5-Apr 26 1503.105 May 3-May 24

Beginning Gymnastics & Tumbling

Day Tue Tue Tue Tue Tue

Time 9:00-10:00am 9:00-10:00am 8:00-9:00am 8:00-9:00am 8:00-9:00am

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Tumbling 101

Learn forward rolls, handstands, cartwheels, round-offs, bridges and more. Back handsprings will be taught when students are ready. Class develops strength, coordination, agility and flexibility. Students should wear comfortable clothes with no zippers or buttons on the waistband. Instructor: Kristine Ortenzo-Hayes Location: CRC Fee: $59/6 Wks

Ages: 12-18 Years

Class# 1726.101 1726.102 1726.103

Class Dates Jan 5-Feb 9 Feb 16-Mar 23 Apr 13-May 18

Day Wed Wed Wed

Time 5:45-6:40pm 5:45-6:40pm 5:45-6:40pm

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Sports & Fitness Tennis

Tennis is a sport for the entire family and a sport for life. Experience the fun and fundamentals of the game. Lessons include strokes, serve and volley, rules and game strategy. All skill levels welcome. Coach Leander and his team of trained staff will determine your tennis ability and place participants in appropriate skill levels. Instructor: Kerry Leander, USPTA Coach

Quick Start Tennis Ages: 6-10 Years

An exciting format for learning tennis utilizing specialized equipment, shorter court dimensions and modified scoring. Location: Pala Park Fee: $45/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1404.101 Feb 16-Mar 9 Wed 2:30-3:30pm 1404.102 Apr 13-May 4 Wed 2:30-3:30pm

Beg/Int Juniors Ages: 7-13 Years

A fun course to learn the fundamentals of the grips,strokes and progress toward sustained raillies. Location: TVHS Fee: $60/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1405.101 Jan 6-Feb 10 Thu 5:30-6:30pm 1405.102 Feb 24-Mar 31 Thu 5:30-6:30pm 1405.103 Apr 14-May 19 Thu 5:30-6:30pm

Advanced Jr. Tennis Ages: 7-13 Years

Designed to have the student advance into live ball drills and refine sustained and strategically played points. Location: TVHS Fee: $60/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1406.101 Jan 6-Feb 10 Thu 6:30-7:30pm 1406.102 Feb 24-Mar 31 Thu 6:30-7:30pm 1406.103 Apr 14-May 19 Thu 6:30-7:30pm

Competitive Jr. Tennis Ages: 10-18 Years

A great workout designed to develop tennis strategy and competitive shot making, speed, and agility. Enrollment limited to those who play on a USTA jr. team, in USTA tournaments, on a high school jr. varsity or varsity team or by permission of the instructor. Location: TVHS Fee: $90/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1407.101 Jan 6-Feb 10 Thu 7:30-9:00pm 1407.102 Feb 24-Mar 31 Thu 7:30-9:00pm 1407.103 Apr 14-May 19 Thu 7:30-9:00pm

Adult Lessons (Beginning - Advanced) Ages: 14 Years - Adults

Designed for the adult student to incorporate grips, strokes, and strategy. As well as advance into live ball drills and strategically played points. Location: TVHS Fee: $65/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1408.101 Jan 6-Feb 10 Thu 7:30-8:30pm 1408.102 Feb 24-Mar 31 Thu 7:30-8:30pm 1408.103 Apr 14-May 19 Thu 7:30-8:30pm


Basketball Skills - Beginning Ages: 5-13 Years

While your child practices ball-handling, dribbling, and shooting, they will also learn about good sportsmanship, and the value of fair play. Our outstanding coaches take an individual interest in each child regardless of his/her ability. Games played during class to reinforce lessons taught. Participants divided into age-appropriate groups. Instructor: EMH Coaches Location: CRC Gym Fee: $30/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 2400.101 Jan 4-Jan 25 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 2400.102 Feb 1-Feb 22 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 2400.103 Mar 8-Mar 29 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 2400.104 Apr 5-Apr 26 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 2400.105 May 3-May 24 Tue 4:30-5:30pm

Basketball Skills - Intermediate Ages: 10-18 Years

Clinic designed to introduce the player to the competitive realm of basketball. Game situations and strategies are introduced. Players should have good understanding of the fundamentals. Participants will leave with an understanding of what coaches want in a player. Games will be played during class to reinforce lessons. Participants divided into age appropriate groups. Instructor: EMH Coaches Location: CRC Gym Fee: $40/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 2500.101 Jan 4-Jan 25 Tue 5:30-6:30pm 2500.102 Feb 1-Feb 22 Tue 5:30-6:30pm 2500.103 Mar 8-Mar 29 Tue 5:30-6:30pm 2500.104 Apr 5-Apr 26 Tue 5:30-6:30pm 2500.105 May 3-May 24 Tue 5:30-6:30pm

Karate (Traditional Okinawan Shorin-Ryu ShorinKan) Ages: 5 Years – Adults

Shorin-Ryu Shorinkan is a system of unarmed combat, which can be traced back over 1,000 years. Class provides students with a tradition of principles. Students will receive beginner, intermediate and advanced instruction. Sensei Miranda is an international certified instructor. Students will be promoted to a higher rank at instructor’s discretion. Materials Fee: Optional $25 fee for uniform. Instructor: Julio Miranda Location: HCPR

Ages: 5- 8 Years Class#

Class Dates




3600.101 Jan 4-Feb 10 3600.102 Feb 15-Apr 7 3600.103 May 3-May 26

Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

5:15-6:00pm 5:15-6:00pm 5:15-6:00pm

$60/6 Wks $80/8 Wks $45/4 Wks

Class# 3605.101 3605.102 3605.103

Class Dates Jan 4-Feb 10 Feb 15-Apr 7 May 3-May 26

Day Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

Time 6:00-6:45pm 6:00-6:45pm 6:00-6:45pm

Fee $60/6 Wks $80/8 Wks $45/4 Wks

Class# 3610.101 3610.102 3610.103

Class Dates Jan 4-Feb 10 Feb 15-Apr 7 May 3-May 26

Day Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

Time 6:45-7:30pm 6:45-7:30pm 6:45-7:30pm

Fee $60/6 Wks $80/8 Wks $45/4 Wks

Ages: 9 -17 Years

Ages: 18 Years -Adults

Boot Camp with a Kick Ages: 12 Years-Adults

In this power packed hour of intervals, boxing drills and strength training, you will boost your cardio endurance, blast fat, build lean muscle and get REAL results! Class is designed for men, women and teens and ALL fitness levels are welcome. Please bring a mat, jump rope, dumbbells and a can-do attitude. Instructor has 10 years of experience. Instructor: Misty Miller Tuesday/Thursday’s (2 days/week) Location: RRSP (Meet at Skate Park) Fee: $35/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 3550.101 Jan 4-Jan 27 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3550.102 Feb 1-Feb 24 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3550.103 Mar 1-Mar 24 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3550.104 Apr 5-Apr 28 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3550.105 May 3-May 26 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm Saturday’s Location: Harveston Community Park Fee: $20/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 3551.101 Jan 8-Jan 29 Sat 8:30-9:45am 3551.102 Feb 5-Feb 26 Sat 8:30-9:45am 3551.103 Mar 5-Mar 26 Sat 8:30-9:45am 3551.104 Apr 2-Apr 23 Sat 8:30-9:45am 3551.105 May 7-May 28 Sat 8:30-9:45am

Shallow Water Aerobics Ages: 12 Years - Adults

A complete workout using water as resistance to firm, tone and increase cardio-respiratory endurance. Participants should be comfortable in 3 to 4 feet of water. Ability to swim is not required. Pre-registration is required. Instructors: Hinton/Woolstenhulme Class# Dates Day Time Pool Fee 3900.101 Apr 5-Apr 26 Tue 10:00-10:45am CRC $12/4 Wks 3900.102 May 3-May 10 Tue 10:00-10:45am CRC $6/2 Wks 3900.103 May 17-May 26 Tue/Thu 8:00-8:45am TES $12/2 Wks

Deep Water Aerobics Ages: 12 Years - Adults

A non-impact workout in deep water wearing a belt that creates “neutral buoyancy” allowing you to work muscles against water’s resistance, resulting in increased strength, flexibility and muscular endurance. Participants should be comfortable in deep water wearing a belt. Bring your own belt or purchase from the instructor. Class is ongoing so join any time. Optional $25 fee for belt. Class# Dates Day Time Pool Fee 3910.101 Apr 7-Apr 28 Thu 10:00-10:45am CRC $12/4 Wks 3910.102 May 5-May 12 Thu 10:00-10:45am CRC $6/2 Wks

Basic Yoga Ages: 12 Years-Adults

Unwind at the end of the day with yoga. Class will feature poses and exercises to benefit the whole person. All fitness levels are welcome--modifications will be demonstrated to address specific limitations or to offer increased difficulty. Absolutely NO yoga experience required. Saturday classes will be held outside when weather permits. Dress accordingly! Tuesday classes are held indoors. Instructor: Erica Myers-Russo Saturday’s Location: CRC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1640.101 Jan 8-Jan 29 Sat 8:00-9:00am $24/4 Wks 1640.102 Feb 5-Feb 26 Sat 8:00-9:00am $24/4 Wks 1640.103 Mar 5-Mar 26 Sat 8:00-9:00am $24/4 Wks 1640.104 Apr 9-Apr 23 Sat 8:00-9:00am $18/3 Wks 1640.105 May 7-May 28 Sat 8:00-9:00am $24/4 Wks Tuesday’s Location: MPSC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1643.101 Jan 4-Jan 25 Tue 6:00-7:00pm $24/4 Wks 1643.102 Feb 1-Feb 22 Tue 6:00-7:00pm $24/4 Wks 1643.103 Mar 1-Mar 29 Tue 6:00-7:00pm $30/5 Wks 1643.104 Apr 5-Apr 26 Tue 6:00-7:00pm $24/4 Wks 1643.105 May 3-May 31 Tue 6:00-7:00pm $30/5 Wks

Fitness Yoga Ages: 12 Years-Adults

Class is designed for those looking for an exercise challenge. Participants will utilize sustained poses and flowing transitions to increase strength, stamina, flexibility, and balance. NO yoga experience is required, but participants should be able to comfortably and easily move from standing to seated, and should be free of major injuries. Saturday classes held outside when weather permits. Wear layers! Tuesday classes held indoors. Instructor: Erica Myers-Russo Saturday’s Location: CRC Class# Class Dates Day Time 1641.101 Jan 8-Jan 29 Sat 9:15-10:15am 1641.102 Feb 5-Feb 26 Sat 9:15-10:15am 1641.103 Mar 5-Mar 26 Sat 9:15-10:15am 1641.104 Apr 9-Apr 23 Sat 9:15-10:15am 1641.105 May 7-May 28 Sat 9:15-10:15am Tuesday’s Location: MPSC Class# Class Dates Day Time 1642.101 Jan 4-Jan 25 Tue 7:10-8:10pm 1642.102 Feb 1-Feb 22 Tue 7:10-8:10pm 1642.103 Mar 1-Mar 29 Tue 7:10-8:10pm 1642.104 Apr 5-Apr 26 Tue 7:10-8:10pm 1642.105 May 3-May 31 Tue 7:10-8:10pm

Fee $24/4 Wks $24/4 Wks $24/4 Wks $18/3 Wks $24/4 Wks Fee $24/4 Wks $24/4 Wks $30/5 Wks $24/4 Wks $30/5 Wks

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Graphic Design Classes

Visual Arts

YES, You Can Draw! Ages: 5-12 Years

Everyone has an artist inside, and this class brings the creativity out of every student with an emphasis on fun. The proven Yes, You Can Draw method breaks down the process of drawing and teaches children how to really see what they want to draw. Ava Matthews The results are truly amazing! Students learn to draw freehand and are exposed to using a variety of materials including oil, chalk, watercolor pencils and markers. Each session is completely different, a new lesson every week! Students of all ages and abilities will benefit from this popular program taught by professional artist Yvonne Gaudet who has been teaching art to kids in the Valley for over 10 years. Materials Fee: $5 due to instructor. Instructor: Yvonne Gaudet Location: CRC Fee: $44/4 Wks Class# Dates Day Time 1030.101 Jan 5-Jan 26 Wed 4:45-6:00pm 1030.102 Feb 2-Feb 23 Wed 4:45-6:00pm 1030.103 Mar 2-Mar 23 Wed 4:45-6:00pm 1030.104 Apr 6-Apr 27 Wed 4:45-6:00pm 1030.105 May 4-May 25 Wed 4:45-6:00pm

Exploring Anime! Ages: 11-17 Years


Young Anime and Manga fanatics are coming out of the woodwork! This amazing Japanese art form is taking over American culture! Students will share their love for this popular style and create new characters, as well as draw their favorites. “Anime Action” will focus on more realistic Anime style drawing, while “Chibi Zone” explores extreme Japanese cartoon style drawing. Materials Fee: $20 due to instructor. Instructor: Tony Moramarco Location: TPL Fee: $50/4 Wks

Day Tue Tue

This fun class teaches the fundamentals of concept design, composition and layout. Young designers can start building their portfolios with fun new projects. Materials Fee: $20 due to instructor. Fee: $50/4 Wks Connor Baine Location: TPL Class# Class Dates Day Time Theme 1142.101 Feb 1-Feb 22 Tue 5:00-6:30pm Graphic Novel 1142.102 Apr 19-May 10 Tue 5:00-6:30pm Vehicle Graphics

Ages: 18 Years - Adults

The Valley’s premier cartoon workshop is in its second decade of fun-filled classes for kids! Your child will have tons of fun drawing cartoons and using his/her imagination. Each session is completely different, so kids are invited to come again and again. Bigfoot is great with children and all they’ll need is a large white drawing pad, some pencils, a sharpener and an eraser to unleash their wonderful creative energy. Sign up now…these popular sessions fill up very quickly! Optional white drawing pad is recommended, so your young cartoonist can keep his/her artwork together. Materials Fee: $20 due to instructor. Instructor: Tony Moramarco Location: MPSC Fee: $40/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time Theme 1140.101 Feb 2-Feb 23 Wed 5:00-6:30pm Let’s Draw Emotions 1140.102 Mar 9-Apr 6 Wed 5:00-6:30pm Mythical Creatures 1140.103 Apr 20-May 11 Wed 5:00-6:30pm Outerspace Toons

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Teen Graphic Design Classes Ages: 11-17 Years

Adult Graphic Design Class

Cartooning with Bigfoot Ages: 7-13 Years

Class# Class Dates 1143.101 Mar 8-Apr 5 1143.102 May 24-Jun 14

Learn graphic design and Photoshop from working professional Tony Moramarco, of Bigfoot Graphics. From the importance of the creative conceptual process, all the way through working on the computer using Adobe software, students will learn how to create dynamic and functional graphic design and build their portfolios. Teen students will learn about available college level opportunities and adult students will learn valuable skills to enhance their current job, or perhaps help them land a new one!

Time Theme 5:00-6:30pm Anime Action 5:00-6:30pm Chibi Zone

This small class environment allows for adult students to have their individual questions answered and problems solved. Bring your laptop with Photoshop with you to class and prepare to learn all about the graphic design world. Laptop with Photoshop CS or higher required for class. Materials Fee: $20 due to instructor. Location: TPL Fee: $80/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1141.101 May 5-May 26 Thu 5:30-7:30pm

Pencil Shading Techniques Ages: 13 Years-Adult

Learn to create beautiful, hand drawn renderings of your favorite subject, drawn from the photo of your choice, utilizing the amazing pencil shading techniques, clearly demonstrated in this fascinating class. Please bring several images, along with a 5-8 inch photo copy of each, to the class. Photos, magazine or book illustrations, of any subject you like - faces of people, dogs, cats, birds, horses, cars, trains, or planes, Deric Shindledecker anything you like! This time tested method is virtually fool-proof and no prior drawing experience is required. With the tools and techniques taught in this class anyone can replicate a photo with near perfect likeness, completing their drawing during the workshop. Materials Fee: $15 one time fee is due to instructor for supplies. Supplies can be used for multiple classes. Instructor: Don Roth Location: MPSC Fee: $40/Workshop Class# Dates Day Time 1155.101 Jan 25 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1155.102 Feb 22 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1155.103 Mar 22 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1155.104 Apr 26 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1155.105 May 24 Tue 6:00-9:00pm

Acrylic Painting Techniques Ages: 13 Years-Adult

Learn to paint like a pro, even if you can’t draw, utilizing this fool-proof and time tested painting method, taught by a world famous artist! Replicate the photo of your choice with amazing accuracy, taught in a non-competitive, individual based environment. This fast and easy painting technique is suitable to any age group and all ability levels. Supplies Needed: Please see receipt notes after registering for supplies needed at first class or Jennifer Johnson call 694-6480 for more information. Instructor: Don Roth Location: MPSC Fee: $90/3 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1150.101 Jan 4-Jan 18 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.102 Feb 1-Feb 15 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.103 Mar 1-Mar 15 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.104 Apr 5-Apr 19 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.105 May 3-May 17 Tue 6:00-9:00pm

Paint Your Pet Ages: 13 Years-Adult

Sadly, our beloved pets are only with us a few short years, so why not “immortalize” their lovable image forever, by creating your own hand-painted portrait of the family dog, cat, etc. Class taught by a world famous pet artist, this class is a fun and easy way to learn acrylic painting techniques, even with no prior painting experience. Instructor will provide “oval” shaped canvases for sale to those interested in using this “classic” shape for their pet portrait, in lieu of the standard rectangle shape on the supply list. Please bring several snap shots of your pet to class, along with painting supplies listed on your receipt. Instructor: Don Roth Location: MPSC Fee: $90/3 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1160.101 Jan 3-Jan 24* Mon 6:00-9:00pm 1160.102 Feb 7-Feb 28* Mon 6:00-9:00pm 1160.103 Mar 7-Mar 21 Mon 6:00-9:00pm 1160.104 Apr 4-Apr 18 Mon 6:00-9:00pm 1160.105 May 2-May 16 Mon 6:00-9:00pm *Class Skip Date: Jan 17, Feb 21

Knitting for Everyone! Ages: 12 Years–Adults

Whether you want to learn how to knit or take your knitting to the next level, we have the workshop for you! Beginners: If you can tie your shoes, you can learn to knit in our Beginning Workshop. It’s also a great option for those who want to brush up on skills, American knitters who wish to learn Continental (or vice-versa), or anyone who needs help with a project. Lefties welcome! Intermediate Knitters: Bring your pesky patterns, works-in-progress, and nagging questions and get the help you need. Topics could include reading patterns and charts, cabling with or without a cable needle, circular knitting, using gauge, or knitting lace and other advanced stitches. Instructor: Erica Myers-Russo Location: TPL

Beginning Class# 1060.101 1060.102 1060.103

Dates Jan 22 Mar 19 May 21

Day Sat Sat Sat

Time 1:30-4:00pm 1:30-4:00pm 1:30-4:00pm

Fee $15 $15 $15

Class# 1065.101 1065.102

Dates Feb 19 Apr 16

Day Sat Sat

Time 1:30-4:30pm 1:30-4:30pm

Fee $20 $20


Basics of Digital Photography I Ages: 18 Years-Adults

Class covers the basics of using an SLR and point and shoot digital camera. Participants must provide their own camera and should come prepared with the knowledge of how their camera works. Materials Fee: $15 fee due to instructor. Instructor: Mandis Razavi Location: MPSC Fee: $98/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day 1145.101 Jan 11-Feb 15 Tue

Time 6:30-8:30pm

Basics of Digital Photography II Ages: 18 Years-Adults

Class will cover many photographic techniques, shooting strategies, creative composition, and use of natural and artificial lighting. Participants must provide their own camera and should come prepared with the knowledge of how their camera works. Materials Fee: $15 fee is due to instructor. Instructor: Mandis Razavi Location: MPSC Fee: $98/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1146.101 Mar 1-Apr 5 Tue 6:30-8:30pm

Intermediate Digital Photography Ages: 18 Years-Adults

Class introduces a variety of advanced photographic concepts and techniques. Participants will develop a personal artistic vision: learn how to define subject, light, color, composition, contrast and framing. Participants must provide their own camera and should come prepared with the knowledge of how their camera works. Materials Fee: $15 fee is due to instructor. Instructor: Mandis Razavi Location: MPSC Fee: $98/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1147.101 Apr 19-May 24 Tue 6:30-8:30pm

Photoshop Fundamentals Ages: 18 Years-Adults

Class is an introduction to Photoshop CS3. You will learn the most commonly used commands, tools, and techniques to improve images. Course will teach you how to apply your Photoshop skills to your photography. Materials Fee: $20 fee is due to instructor. Instructor: Mandis Razavi Location: MPSC Fee: $134/8 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1148.101 Apr 7-May 26 Thu 6:30-8:00pm

Woodcarvers Ages: Adults

The Temecula Valley Woodcarvers meet weekly. Beginners welcome and our more experienced carvers are happy to help you develop your skills. Day Time Location Fri 12:00-3:00pm MPSC

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Personal Enrichment Beginner’s Cooking Class Ages: 14 Years - Adults

These new hands-on cooking classes are perfect for a beginner. No cooking experience is needed. Basic cooking will be done. You will learn how to cook with simple ingredients using easy recipes that you will be able to duplicate in your own kitchen. Learn how to organize your week’s menu and how to have the perfectly-stocked pantry and fridge. Students will eat what they have made in class together. New menus are introduced at each class. Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: CRC Fee: $69/2 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1011.101 Jan 11-Jan 18 Tue 6:00-8:00pm 1011.102 Apr 6-Apr 13 Wed 6:00-8:00pm

Simply French Cuisine Ages: Adults

This cooking series is a fantastic journey to different regions of France: Paris (Paris bistro), Burgundy (the French wine country), Provence (Mediterranean food) and Normandy (cream and cheese). Menus range from Gougeres (cheese puffs), soupe a l’oignon gratinee; chicken Vallee d’Auge, gratin daughinois, French green lentil stew, quiche Lorraine, Provence pesto vegetable soup, Tarte Tatin, créme caramel, crepes and many more! Drinks and recipes included. Students will eat what they have made in class together. Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: CRC Fee: $62/2 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1012.101 Apr 27-May 4 Wed 6:00-8:00pm

Romantic Rendez-vous:

A Special St. Valentine Menu

Ages: Adults

Just in time for Valentine’s Day this pre-Valentine class will prepare you to make a romantic dinner at home or just come for a great meal experience. Join Celine’s Cuisine for a unique cooking experience that’s sure to be both romantic and memorable. You and your partner will heat up the kitchen as you learn cooking techniques and prepare an array of international gourmet appetizer dishes with handson instruction. You will be treated to a “Kir” French cocktail with some Tapas finger foods followed by a lively introduction to our menu. Guests then break into teams and work on a recipe, while listening to music. Menu consists of watercress and sea scallop bisque; Moroccan stuffed meatballs with dried fruit in cinnamon onion sauce, with sweet semolina couscous with nuts, fruits and butterscotch Napoleon. Guests don’t need cooking experience. Fee includes cooking instruction, recipes, and the camaraderie of cooking with new friends! Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: CRC Fee: $75/Couple Class# Date Day Time 1014.101 Feb 8 Tue 6:30-8:30pm

Vegetarian Cooking Ages: 14 Years -Adults

Learn recipes using fresh vegetables, fruits, grains and cheeses. We will show you how to create delicious nutritionally balanced meals including soups, salads, couscous, and unique and healthy desserts. So hearty and satisfying you won’t even miss the meat! Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: CRC Fee: $35/Workshop Class# Dates Day Time 1013.101 Mar 17 Thu 6:00-8:00pm 1013.102 May 19 Thu 6:00-8:00pm

Decorating with Fondant Ages: Adults

Fondant is a fun way to decorate your sweets. Jill Foster, owner of Sweet Art Factory will show you how to decorate cookies and cupcakes using fondant. You will learn how to color, roll, shape and apply fondant. You will even learn how to create characters. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor for fondant tool kit. Instructor: Jill Foster Location: CRC Fee: $45/3 Wks Class# Dates Day Time 1226.101 Feb 17-Mar 3 Thu 6:30-8:30pm


From the Market to Your Table:

Farmer’s Market Tour and Organic Cooking Class

Ages: Adults

Join us for a tour of the Temecula Farmer’s Market. Meet the farmers, taste new flavors, learn how to select and cook seasonal vegetables, grass fed meat, cheeses, free range eggs. Then back to the kitchen as we turn our bounty into a Wine Country feast. Dishes range from: Moroccan Couscous, Greek yogurt dip, Provencal soup “au pistou”. We will share the meal we’ve cooked together. Participants meet at the MPSC and walk to the market. Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: MPSC Fee: $40/Workshop Class# Dates Day Time 1010.101 Feb 12 Sat 9:00-12:00pm 1010.102 Mar 12 Sat 9:00-12:00pm 1010.103 Apr 16 Sat 9:00-12:00pm 1010.104 May 14 Sat 9:00-12:00pm

Viva Italia

Risotto, Pizza, Sauces, Pastas and more!

Ages: Adults

Please join this new Italian 2-day cooking workshop and see just how easy it is to prepare your favorite Italian dishes and foods. Learn the secrets of the best pizza crust, creamy risotto, full of flavor sauces, and homemade pastas. This is a fun and colorful journey to Italia with all your senses alert. Students eat together what they have made during class. Drinks and recipes included. Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: CRC Fee: $69/Workshop Class# Class Dates Day Time 1016.101 Apr 20-Apr 21 Wed/Thu 6:00-8:00pm 1016.102 May 25-May 26 Wed/Thu 6:00-8:00pm

Decorating Cakes & Cupcakes Ages: Adults

Come learn to decorate cakes and cupcakes the fast and fun way. Jill Foster, owner of Sweet Art Factory will show you how to create cakes like the pros by learning the tricks and tools of the trade. You will be ready to decorate a cake for your next party. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor for 19-piece decorating kit. Instructor: Jill Foster Location: CRC Fee: $45/3 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1227.101 Mar 10-Mar 24 Thu 6:30-8:30pm 1227.102 May 12-May 26 Thu 6:30-8:30pm

Mental Health Wellness Lectures Ages: Adults

These lectures will provide the community access to cutting edge and practical complementary medical information from physician Kurt N. Woeller, D.O. Dr. Woeller is a general practitioner and biomedical specialist and is experienced in autism-spectrum disorders, attention deficit and hyperactivity, as well as nervous system diseases, and mental health conditions. These lectures will discuss information about specialized diagnostic testing, nutritional and supplement therapy, and more. These beneficial workshops are free to the public, however pre-registration is required to attend. Register online at or call 694-6480 for more information. Instructor: Kurt N. Woeller, D.O. Location: TPL Fee: FREE

Lecture #1

Class #: 3800.101 Date: Wed, Mar 16 Time: 6:00-8:00pm Understanding the role of integrative medicine for the treatment of mental health disorders including autism, anxiety, bipolar, depression and others.

Lecture #2

Class #: 3800.102 Date: Wed, Apr 20 Time: 6:00-8:00pm Nutritional and integrative medical treatments for anxiety disorders including those related to social anxiety, autism and others.

Strong Families Parenting Classes Instructor: Katherine Knight, Strong Families Coach Location: CRC

Parenting: Positive Discipline

Where did we ever get the idea that we have to make children feel bad to be good? We can treat children kindly and mold them with positive influence without creating spoiled selfish kids. Class relies heavily on student interaction and experiential activities to change the ways we see our role as parents. Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1080.101 Jan 25-Mar 1 Tue 6:30-8:30pm $90/6 Wks

Parenting: Making a Mission Statement

Create a tool for your family to be proud of. The benefits are many, including a moral compass for decision making, enhancing resiliency among family members, and effectively passing values onto your children and grandchildren. This is essential for every family. Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1080.102 Mar 15-Mar 22 Tue 6:30-8:30pm $40/2 Wks

Parenting: How to Eat an Elephant

How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time of course! Parenting is similar, you tackle this BIG job, one step at a time. There are many good ways to parent children, but regardless of your preferences the four principles covered in this class must be components to get effective results. Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1080.103 Apr 14 Thu 6:30-8:30pm $20/1 Wk

Parenting: From the Inside Out

This class will cover how a deeper self-understanding can help you raise children who thrive. Based on the book by Siegel and Hartzell, this class will explore how interpersonal relationships directly affect the brain development of our children and how we can maximize it’s benefits. Materials Fee: $15 due to instructor Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1080.104 Apr 26-May 17 Tue 6:30-9:00pm $100/4 Wks

Health Care Provider CPR Ages: Adults

The Basic Life Support (BLS) for Health Care Providers Course is designed to provide a wide variety of health care professionals the ability to recognize several lifethreatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. Please dress in comfortable clothing as you will be practicing skills that require you to bend, kneel and stoop. Successful completion of a 20 question written evaluation is required to receive certification. Recommended renewal for certification is every two years. Instructor: Fire Staff Location: Fire Station #84 Fee: $65/Workshop Class# Dates Day Time 8200.101 Jan 20 Thu 6:00-10:00pm 8200.102 Feb 17 Thu 6:00-10:00pm 8200.103 Mar 17 Thu 6:00-10:00pm 8200.104 Apr 21 Thu 6:00-10:00pm 8200.105 May 19 Thu 6:00-10:00pm

CPR/AED Ages: Adults

Course teaches CPR/AED, and relief of Foreign Body Airway Obstruction (FBAO) for adult, child, and infant victims. This is NOT a health care provider class. Please dress in comfortable clothing as you will be practicing skills that require you to bend, kneel and stoop. Instructor: Fire Staff Location: Fire Station #84 Fee: $40/Workshop Class# Dates Day Time 8250.101 Jan 19 Wed 6:00-9:30pm 8250.102 Feb 16 Wed 6:00-9:30pm 8250.103 Mar 16 Wed 6:00-9:30pm 8250.104 Apr 20 Wed 6:00-9:30pm 8250.105 May 18 Wed 6:00-9:30pm

First Aid Ages: Adults

The Heartsaver First Aid course is specially designed to train individuals who might need to manage an illness or injury prior to emergency personnel arriving. This is NOT a health care provider class. Please dress in comfortable clothing Instructor: Fire Staff Location: Fire Station #84 Fee: $40/Workshop Class# Dates Day Time 8300.101 Jan 15 Sat 8:30-1:00pm 8300.102 Mar 19 Sat 8:30-1:00pm 8300.103 May 21 Sat 8:30-1:00pm

English as a Second Language (ESL) Ages: Adults

Mt. San Jacinto College is pleased to be offering English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. We encourage everyone who wants to learn or improve their English to attend these free classes. Registration begins in January 2011. Call 694-6469 for detailed information. Dates Days Time Location Fee Jan-Mar Mon/Fri 9:00am-1:00pm TCC FREE Jan-Mar T/W/Th 9:00am-12:00pm TCC FREE Jan-Mar T/W/Th 5:30-8:30pm TCC FREE

Immigration and Citizenship Ages: Adults

This course is designed for the prospective U.S. citizen to prepare for citizenship. For detailed course information call 694-6469. Dates Days Time Location Fee Jan-Mar Tue/Wed 5:30:8:30pm TCC FREE


Pennypickle’s Workshop, home of Professor Phineas T. Pennypickle, Ph.D., scientist, time traveler and inventor of wacky and wonderful contraptions that amaze, delight, and educate children and adults alike. Every surface of wall, ceiling, and furniture is occupied by pulleys, gears, cables, notes, blueprints and stuff. There are secret passageways and puzzles, machines and gizmos. Children must be accompanied by an adult 18 or older. For more information, call 951-308-6370. Professor Pennypickle and his faithful little mouse friend Beaker have lots of fun activities planned for you every month (and sometimes they are a surprise until the last minute… there are WAY too many exciting happenings going on to list here!). Be sure to call the Professor’s hotline at 951-308-6376, or check his website at for the latest information, times, and prices, or to purchase tickets in advance.

Amazing Events at the Workshop: December Winter Wonderland

Friday, December 10 A night for families to have fun and make memories...Pennypickle’s Winter Wonderland will become one of your favorite holiday traditions. Dress warmly ‘cause there’s SNOW to play in!

Pennypickle’s Polar Express

Friday, December 17 & Saturday, December 18 Moms and Dads - Enjoy some “alone time” during this busy season while your PJ-and-robe-clad child boards Professor Pennypickle’s Polar Express! Space is limited - children must be between the ages of 5-10. Tickets are $20 and include dinner. Visit to register! (Kids should wear street shoes.)

New Year’s Eve at Noon

Friday, December 31 Celebrate the New Year noon instead of midnight! Don’t miss the Professor’s VERY special party for those too young to stay up late.

January Pennypickle’s Lego Building Contest: Space

Friday, January 7 The Professor’s third Builders’ Contest challenges you to use your Lego sets (maybe you got one for Christmas!) to invent a crazy SPACE contraption. Your creation must be no larger than a shoebox and it must have a space theme like a rocket or something. Other than that - anything goes!


Friday, January 14 Ooooh, who doesn’t love glow in the dark? The Professor’s black-light Maze Room will be a very popular place tonight as we experiment with florescence and phosphorescence. You’ll find some cool things in the gift shop, too, so you might want to bring your allowance!

Science of Acoustics

Friday, January 21 Sound is all around us, but do you know what it actually is or how it is produced? We’ll experiment with sound waves and good vibrations as we try to fill the Professor’s Workshop with noises!


Kids Only Club: Beaker’s Camp-in

Friday, January 28 Kids - wear your best PJ’s and robes tonight, cause we’re having a camp-in! Let mom and dad do their thing while we party with science in the Workshop. (Be sure to check out the Professor’s Tent-O-Wonders.) Event is for kids ages 5-10 and is limited to 60 enrollees. Pre-register early at Tickets are $10 per child and includes dinner for the camper!

February Have a H.E.A.R.T. for Children

Friday, February 4 Celebrate Valentine month with heart-related crafts and activities - plus help local children who are not as fortunate as most - at Beaker’s open house for the H.E.A.R.T. for Children organization. You will be showing how big YOUR heart is, too. Visit for more information.

Kids Only Club: Sweet Tooth Science

Friday, February 11 Kids love candy but they have no idea how science plays a part in its creation! Experiment with the tastiest ingredients any scientist would love - mentos, life savers, jelly beans, and more. Event is for kids ages 5-10 only (no parents - you can go have a nice romantic dinner somewhere) and is limited to 60 enrollees. Be sure to pre-register early at Tickets are $10 per child and include dinner so there will be no suger-induced melt-downs!

LOST: Adventures in the Workshop

Friday, February 18 You’ll have to use your best Survivor techniques tonight as you navigate your way around the Professor’s house using maps and secret clues. (You might want to bring a compass...and definitely bring your imagination.)

Pennypickle’s Birthday Bash

Sunday, February 20 It’s the Professor’s birthday and his assistants (and Beaker!) are throwing him a party - and YOU are invited. There will be lots of fun and surprises at the best and most crazy birthday party of the year. You may attend any session - we’ll be partying all day! Tickets are $5 per person.

Explore Science with Professor Pennypickle!

Discover Science Through Play at Pennypickle’s Fizzy Science

Kids Only Club: Pirate Science!


Journey to Mars

Friday, February 25 Well, there’s no doubt - we love soda even if it’s not good for us. Have you ever wondered why it tastes so yummy? Have you ever just wanted to play with it? Join us tonight for some carbon-dioxide-fueled fun!

Fun with Fossils

Friday, March 4 Professor Pennypickle has learned a lot about what creatures inhabited Earth throughout history just by finding proof of their existence through fossils. Let’s see what you can learn tonight as you explore paleontology and make some fossils of your own.

Beaker’s Playtime

Friday, March 18 Discover the science of fun with toys, games, and experiments that are the favorites of Pennypickles’s best little mouse friend, Beaker. Be prepared to have a great time!

Science Adventures: Be a CSI!

Friday, March 25 Try your talents as a crime scene investigator as you help solve the mystery of why the Professor’s good friend Beaker is missing. Test your detective skills in the Crime Scene Lab to bring Beaker back before it’s too late!


April Fool’s Day Fun

Friday, April 1 You wouldn’t dream of playing pranks, would you? Of course not...ha ha! (We think you’d LOVE to fool your parents.) So tonight you’ll see how science can trick you...and make you laugh, too!

Secrets of the Senses

Friday, April 8 Discover how smell, hearing, taste, sight, and touch can help you perceive the world - this will be an evening of experiments that will engage ALL your senses. Be sure you don’t miss this night!

Kids Only Club: Chocolate Adventures

Friday, April 15 Beaker talked the Professor into this because he thought you’d like to learn about the process of making chocolate (really though, he thought maybe you’d like to eat it!). Make your reservations early...this event is for kids ages 5-10 only - sorry, parents are not invited - and will be limited to the first 60 enrollees. Tickets are $10 per child and include dinner.

Egg-citing Dyeing

Friday, April 22 Bring your own half-dozen or so hard-boiled little beauties to use tonight as we eggsperiment with eggs-pert coloring techniques that would make the Easter Bunny proud! might want to wear your lab coat since things may get a little colorful - and usual.

Prehistoric Scavenger Hunt, Part 2

Friday, April 29 Raptors and Mammoths take over the Workshop again and they’ve left lots of hidden secrets for you to discover...hope you know a lot about dinosaurs. Be prepared for megasize fun and adventure as you figure out clues about your favorite prehistoric giants!


Mad Science Night

Friday, May 6 Messy? Gooey? Astonishing? Naturally! That’s what the Professor’s wild and crazy science night is all about! Phineas’ assistants will demonstrate scientific wonders during an evening of discovery and laughter-filled learning for all ages.

Friday, May 13 Ahoy there, landlubber - come dressed as a pirate this evening to enjoy life on the high seas. If you fancy yourself to be Captain Jack Sparrow, you won’t want to miss tonight’s fun. This event is for kids ages 5-12 only (no parents!) and will be limited to the first 60 enrollees. Tickets are $20 per child and include dinner, matey. Friday, May 20 Feel free to dress like a Martian tonight as we discover secrets of the Red Planet. (Do you know why it is called that? And how would a Martian be dressed, anyway?) It’s all part of the mystery - and the fun - so don’t miss it!

Science of the Surf

Friday, May 27 You would definitely know how physics and gravity affect you if you’ve ever gone surfing! If you haven’t, you’ll find out as we explore how tides, waves, and rip currents work. You’ll learn a lot about the ocean but it’s probably not a good idea to wear your bathing suit!

Pennypickle’s Scout Patch & Merit Badge Program

Ages: All ages of scouts Fee: $10/per scout Gather your scouts and head to Pennypickle’s to earn your science-related patches and badges. The Professor’s assistants will guide your scouts through a sciencethemed activity that meets some of the requirements for their patches and/or badges. Materials provided (not including the patch/badge). Register at Chaperones and siblings can pay $4.50 at the door to play in the museum. Admission for scout leaders is free and leaders must participate in the workshop. All workshops are held on Wednesdays from 3:30-5:30pm on the dates listed below. Class# Dates Theme 6600.101 Jan 5 Meteorology 6600.102 Jan 19 Meteorology 6600.103 Feb 9 Oceanography 6600.104 Feb 23 Oceanography 6600.105 Mar 9 Space Exploration I: Theories of Flight 6600.106 Mar 23 Space Exploration I: Theories of Flight 6600.107 Apr 13 Space Exploration II: NASA & Astronauts 6600.108 Apr 27 Space Exploration II: NASA & Astronauts 6600.109 May 11 Construction: Buildings and Bridges

Home School Days

Attention Homeschoolers! The Professor is opening his home especially for you on the first Tuesday of each month, from 3:00-5:00pm. The Professor’s assistants will guide your students through different science-based curriculum that will surely be fun. All materials provided and pre-registration is required at Class# Dates Theme 6610.101 Jan 4 Meteorology 6610.102 Feb 1 Oceanography 6610.103 Mar 1 Space Exploration I: Theories of Flight 6610.104 May 3 Space Exploration II: Planets

Have your Party at the Professor’s House! winner! Pennypickle’s Workshop is Nickelodeon’s 2010 Parents Pick winner for “Best Museum” and “Best Kids’ Party Place”. With four different party packages available and the Professor’s and Beaker’s help, you are bound to have an unforgettably fun celebration! Call the Professor’s hotline at 951-308-6376 for more information and to reserve your party date today!




Temecula Valley Museum

Museum Exhibitions Erle Stanley Gardner: A Man of Many Talents November 6 - January 9, 2011

The Temecula Valley Museum offers wonderful opportunities for children and adults to learn about the history of the Valley. Our permanent collection and changing exhibits introduce local and period history, concepts, characters, and continuous learning experiences for people of all ages. We offer a number of programs and activities, including guest lecturers, creative and informative workshops, reenactments of history, museum tours and walking tours of Old Town Temecula. Reservations are required for guided exhibit tours, historical walking tours of Old Town Temecula, and museum workshops and activities. A minimum of eight or more individuals are required for the tours. Location: 28314 Mercedes Street Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 1-4pm Admission: $2 Suggested Donation Information: 694-6450

Tour Docent Program

This excellent program offers exceptional benefits and rewards for participants. Benefits include the free education you receive learning about the local history of the Valley; while the rewards come from making a difference in the lives of the public, local residents, and especially young students learning about the history of Temecula. No advance knowledge or training required, just the desire to learn and willingness to share your knowledge. If you are interested in becoming a Tour Docent, please give us a call at (951) 694-6450.

3rd Grade History Contest

Calling all 3rd grade historians! January begins the search for our 9th Annual 3rd Grade History Contest participants. The goal of this contest is to promote local social and natural history in the Temecula Valley and honor 3rd grade students for the hard work they put forth in creating outstanding reports of our local history. All formats are welcomed - video, Powerpoint, 3-dimensional models, posters, books and handwritten reports. Entries are reviewed by an Award Committee and judged based on historical and clerical accuracy: concept and material organization; and creativity. Participants, parents, teachers and all museum patrons will be surprised to see how creative and colorful these reports are at the awards reception and exhibit display. For more information call the Museum at 694-6450.


From 1923 until his death in 1970 Erle Stanley Gardner wrote 155 published books that were printed in 37 languages. His Perry Mason character evolved into 3,221 radio episodes, 6 full length motion pictures, 21 television movies and 271 television show episodes. 325 million of his books have been sold worldwide; and that’s not too bad for a guy who once got kicked out of high school. At the peak of his career Gardner was producing 1 million words a year and utilizing the services of four full-time secretaries who transcribed and typed his dictation.

Moments Preserved: Film Cameras of the 20th Century January 22 - March 6

Now that digital cameras have permeated our everyday existence, film cameras have become obsolete except to the truest photographer. “Moments Preserved” takes a look at all types of film cameras, accessories and paraphernalia from movie to hobby; novelty to professional; folding to instamatic. Take a look back at the progression of the film camera and why to this day professionals still love the power of film.

Bill Kobrin’s Photography: Stars and Celebrities March 19 - May 29

From 1951 to 1958, Bill Kobrin was a staff photographer with LOOK magazine, while continuing his freelancing with such companies as 20th Century Fox. Some of his fondest, and perhaps most famous photos, are the ones he took of Marilyn Monroe with her skirt flying up around her waist in the memorable scene in the movie “The Seven Year Itch.” Along with those famous images are candid shots of a young Julie Andrews and her daughter, Jimmy Durante, Grace Kelly, Cary Grant, and Ethel Merman.

Vail Ranch Conservation

The Temecula Valley Museum is undertaking an extensive conservation effort to protect maps, documents and photographs recently donated to the Museum by Whitney Wilkinson. There are over 2,000 documents and photographs in this significant collection accumulated by the original owners of the Vail Ranch. The Ranch extended for 87,000 acres from the Santa Rosa Plateau to Vail Lake. The importance of this collection is reflected in the source and dates of the items. Many items date from the mid-1800’s and are unique and provide rare primary research opportunities. Vail Ranch was the dominant economic entity from its founding in 1905 to its sale in 1964. Temecula’s history is intertwined in these documents.

Black History Month

Black History Month originated in 1926 by Dr. Carter Woodson, who chose February to honor Frederick Douglass and Abraham Lincoln, both born in February. Frederick Douglass, an American social reformer and statesman, was fond of saying, “I would unite with anybody to do right and with nobody to do wrong.”

E.P. McKnight: “With Grace I Stand”

A special “debut” performance of actress, poet and playwright E.P. McKnight’s new one-woman play about seven powerful and independent black women who have impacted American society. Two of these women include Shirley Chisholm and Bessie Coleman. Ms. Chisholm represented New York’s 12th Congressional District for seven terms until 1983; was the first major-party black candidate for US President; and the first woman to run for the Democratic presidential nomination. “Queen Bessie” Coleman was a daredevil barnstormer pilot who was the first black female pilot and the first African American to hold an international pilot license. Join us for a night to remember. Date: Thu, Feb 3 Time: 7:00pm Fee: $5

Women’s History Month

On March 19, 1911, a German woman named Klara Zetkin organized the very first international Women’s Day. In America, interest in International Women’s Day did not become popular until the women’s movement in 1960’s.

Valerie Sokol: “Passion and Politics”

A special one-woman show by actress, author, director and playwright Valerie Sokol about three diverse women who represent three different political eras and whose lives span roughly 100 years of US political history: Mary Todd Lincoln, despised by her countrymen, suffered from mental illness; Edith Gault Wilson who ran the country as her President husband lay ill; Martha Mitchell, a darling of the media and for a while of the White House, who died penniless and alone, rejected by family and friends alike. Valerie Sokol brings these unique women to life through drama, love letters and poetry. Share with her their passion, pathos and humor. Date: Thu, Mar 10 Time: 7:00pm Fee: $5

Gallery Talks

Gallery Talk times and dates are published in the monthly Temecula Valley Museum Newsletter. To receive the newsletter, please send your e-mail address to

Murray Gutman: “Moments Preserved Film Cameras of the 20th Century”

Learn about the world of cameras before digital. Look at early film cameras and the power film delivers in pictures from a local expert and collector. Date: Thu, Jan 27th Time: 7:00pm Fee: $2

Bill Schinsky: “Bill Kobrin’s Photography - Stars & Celebrities” Get a look into the star studded world of Bill Kobrin, a staff photographer for Look magazine who photographed the memorable image of Marilyn Monroe standing over the street grate in her willowy white dress. Bill Schinsky is the executive director of the non-profit Coachella Valley Arts Alliance. Date: Thu, Mar 31 Time: 7:00pm Fee: $2

Chapel of Memories Located in Sam Hicks Monument Park, this historic chapel offers a charming setting for weddings and memorials. Call 926-6400 for more information and reservations.

High Country Magazine

The High Country magazine is a museum publication with California and local history articles and photographs written by local long-time residents and historians. Issues are available for purchase at the Museum Gift Shop or become a Friend of the Museum and receive your copies by mail.

Family Day Events Christmas Potpourri

Revisit one of our favorite family day events - making Christmas potpourri. Learn about potpourri’s history, make your own scent and package it as a delightful personal Christmas gift. Date: Sat, Dec 11 Time: 10:00am Fee: $5

Valentine’s Day Event

Join us for our annual family Valentine making activity. Bring your children in to craft a personal valentine from the heart and learn something about the history of Valentine’s Day too. Date: Sat, Feb 12 Time: 10:00am-12:00pm Fee: FREE

Digital Photography Workshop

Visit our camera exhibit and stay for a two hour workshop on digital photography. Learn from city instructor Mandis Razavi. Participants must provide their own digital cameras and should come prepared with the knowledge of how their camera works. Date: Sat, Feb 26 Time: 10:00am-12:00pm Fee: $2

A Walking Tour of Old Town

Start your weekend off with a fun and unique experience for friends and family alike. Join us for a historical guided tour of Old Town Temecula and feel the early 1900’s come to life. The tour begins at the Temecula Valley Museum in Sam Hicks Monument Park and winds through Old Town for stories and historical facts about some of our oldest landmarks and most colorful characters. Children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult. Date: Sat, Mar 26 & May 14 Time: 10:00am Fee: $2

Pencil Portraits

Bring your pad of paper and draw from photographs in our Stars and Celebrities exhibit. Learn drawing techniques from a local Temecula art instructor, Reshma Solbach. Date: Sat, Apr 9 Time: 10:00am Fee: $2


Mary Phillips Senior Center

“The Place Friends Meet”

Senior Excursions

The Community Services Department proudly offers exciting excursions just for our senior community. Because of limited seating, we can only allow seniors age 55+. Keep in mind that all excursions involve lots of fun, but also a great deal of walking, so remember to wear comfortable shoes. Contact the Senior Center for registration information.

The Living Desert - Zoo and Botanical Gardens

Enjoy a trip to the Zoo and Botanical Gardens. Beautiful spring desert flowers are abundant and the weather is perfect for seeing the active wildlife. We will also view the largest outdoor miniature railroad displays. Bring a lunch or money to purchase a meal. Activity# Date Day Time Fee 4100.101 Mar 15 Tue 8:00am-5:00pm $15

Welks Resort Entertainment - “Live on Stage” The Community Services Department offers a wide variety of services and activities at the Mary Phillips Senior Center (MPSC). This facility is located at 41845 Sixth Street, and is equipped with four pool tables, a library, classrooms and auditorium. The center is open Monday through Friday, 8:00am5:00pm. Stop by and pick up our monthly calendar of activities and information on senior programs and services. For more information call 694-6464.

Senior Nutrition Program

Ages: 60+ and Spouses Meals On-Site: In cooperation with Riverside County Office on Aging and Sodexo Corporation, we offer a lunch program for seniors age 60+ and their spouses. Meals are served in a congregate setting at the Senior Center. Days: Mon - Fri Time: 11:30am Reservations: Required 24 hours in advance. Call the Nutrition Program at 694-6465 from 9:00am-1:00pm. If you are unable to keep your reservation, please call the same number to cancel. Suggested Donation: $3 for seniors; $5 for non-seniors. Home Delivered Meals: The Nutrition Program offers home-delivered meals to home bound seniors in our community. Hot meals are delivered at lunchtime Monday-Friday, with frozen meals delivered for the weekends. Call the Office on Aging at (800) 510-2020 for details.

Senior Transport Program

Don’t sit inside…call us for your next the Senior Center! The Transport Program offers door-to-door round-trip transportation to the Center. Days: Mon-Fri Fee: $.50/Resident; $1/Non-resident Pick-up Time: 9:00-10:30am Return Time: 1:30-3:30pm Reservations: Call 694-6464 at least 24 hours in advance

Mary Phillips Senior Center Garden

Since the first day of planting on April 28, 2010, the garden has brought forth a bumper crop of vegetables! The garden volunteers were able to help many local seniors subsidize their food bills with fresh vegetables. We would like to thank the many volunteers who spend time planting, weeding and harvesting for this cause. Currently, the garden is in transition, volunteers are finishing up the summer crops and cultivating the soil to plant the winter crops. We will see additional produce such as lettuce, cantaloupe, winter tomatoes and much more through the winter season. If you would like to visit the garden or become a volunteer, please contact the Mary Phillips Senior Center at 694-6464.


Get Drinkin’-Singin’-Swingin’ with a salute to Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr. and Dean Martin. Welks Resort offers some of the best live stage shows in San Diego County. The theater features live broadway-style stage musicals. Activity# Date Day Time Fee 4100.102 Apr 15 Fri 9:00am-5:00pm $60

Old Town San Diego

Travel with us for a day in Old Town San Diego! Enjoy the history and culture that is Old Town. In addition to food and shopping Old Town hosts many events, historic museums and entertainment. Fee includes transportation only. Activity# Date Day Time Fee 4100.103 May 3 Tue 9:00am-5:00pm $10

Monthly Events

You won’t want to miss these fun-filled events held monthly at the Center. Event Date Day Time New Year’s Party Jan 6 Thu 10:30am Valentine’s Day Party Feb 14 Mon 10:30am St. Paddy’s Day Party Mar 17 Thu 10:30am Spring Bonnet Party Apr 21 Thu 10:30am Mother’s Day Celebration May 12 Thu 10:30am

Flower Fields of Carlsbad Bulb Growing Program

The center will be hosting a bulb growing program for seniors. The Flower Fields staff from Carlsbad will be on hand to provide an informational seminar and provide all of the materials needed to plant ranunculus. Space is limited so reserve your space today. Day: Fri, Jan 7 Time: 10:00am

Birthday Celebration!

Join us as we celebrate all the people born each month. Tell our staff your birth date, and we’ll put your name on the birthday mailing list! Day: 2nd Wed Time: 11:30am

Movie Day

Enjoy movie and popcorn sponsored by Prime Care and Scan. Day: 2nd Thu Time: 12:30pm

Mary Phillips Senior Center Choral Group

Join your friends in a sing-a-long with a choral director and pianist! Group has gone into the community to sing for nursing homes and hospitals, and they’re planning more fun performances. You don’t need to be a Pavarotti to join! Day: Tuesdays Time: 10:00-11:00am

Chair Volleyball

Take a seat and have a ball playing chair volleyball. This fun activity is played with light weight beach balls! Drop by, observe, and you’ll want to play too. Day: Mondays Time: 10:00am

Fit, Fun & Fabulous

This energizing class incorporates a variety of stretching, endurance and strengthening moves. The instructor is a great motivator! Instructor: Lindi Abacherli Class# Dates Day Time Fee 4200.101 Jan 3-Jan 31* Mon-Thu 9:00-9:45am $24/Month 4200.102 Feb 1-Feb 28* Mon-Thu 9:00-9:45am $22.50/Month 4200.103 Mar 1-Mar 31 Mon-Thu 9:00-9:45am $28.50/Month 4200.104 Apr 4-Apr 29 Mon-Thu 9:00-9:45am $24/Month 4200.105 May 2-May 31* Mon-Thu 9:00-9:45am $25.50/Month Please Note: Walk-ins available at $2 per class. *Class Skip Dates: Jan 17, Feb 21, May 30

Bridge 4 Fun/Duplicate Bridge Club

Master Points are awarded for each game and there is a nominal table fee. All levels of play welcome! Call (760) 468-2078 or email for information. Note: Monday class only is by reservation only. Call Andy at 757-4920 or Bill at 302-2222. Dates Day Time Fee Weekly Mon 1:00-4:00pm $1/Donation* Weekly Wed 12:00pm-3:00pm $6 (ACBL Sanctioned) Weekly Thu 1:00-4:30pm $6 (ACBL Sanctioned) Weekly Sat 11:30am-3:00pm $6 (ACBL Sanctioned)

Senior Golden Years of Temecula Valley The Seniors Golden Years of Temecula Valley is a non-profit organization dedicated to the improvement of the lives of Temecula Valley Seniors. The club sponsors trips, fundraisers and co-sponsors several monthly activities with the Community Services Department. For more information call the Senior Center at 694-6464. Meetings Dates Board meetings Monthly General Meetings Monthly

Day Time 2nd Wed 11:00am 2nd/4th Wed 12:45pm

Golden Years Saturday Social

Check out the event flyer at the MPSC for details. Day Time Fee 3rd Sat 5:00-9:00pm Cost varies per event

Golden Years Craft Class

Bring your own project or try one of ours! Day Time Fee Fri 9:00-11:00am FREE

Golden Years Bingo

Come play a fun game of bingo with your friends. Cards are $1 and ten games are played. Money taken will be given in prizes. Day Time Fee 2nd & 4th Wed 2:00-4:00pm $1/Card

Golden Years Seniors Potluck

Potluck is open to all seniors. Bring a dish to share (which serves 6-8 people), and your own place setting. The club supplies coffee, tea and ice. Day Time Fee 1st Wed 4:00pm FREE

Golden Years Excursions

Please check with Esther, the Senior Golden Years representative at 694-6466 between 9:00am-12:00pm for more information.

AARP “Free” Tax Aide

AARP offers assistance in completing your simple, non-business tax return. Bring your last year’s returns, tax booklets (Federal and State) and information on any 2010 income received, including Social Security, plus expenses which might qualify for deductions. Call 694-6464 to schedule an appointment. Date Day Time Fee Feb 4-Apr 15 Fri 11:00-4:00pm FREE

Senior Education Series

Loma Linda University Rehabilitation, Orthopedics & Neurosciences Institute offers quarterly educational talks at the center. Seminars are from 10:30-11:10am and refreshments are served. Check the information board for dates and topics.

“Staying in Touch” (S.I.T. Program)

S.I.T. is designed to keep in touch with seniors who live alone or are homebound. Volunteers call weekly to chat, listen and keep in touch. If you would like to be placed on our call list or would like to become a volunteer, call the Center.

Picking up the Pieces (Bereavement Support Group)

Hospice of the Valleys provides a weekly bereavement support group. For more information call 951-200-7800.

AARP Senior Driving Safety Program

This driver safety class may help reduce your auto insurance premiums, as well as refresh your knowledge of the rules of the road. This is an eight-hour class. Pre-registration is required. Payment is made directly to AARP. Fee: $12/members ; $14/non-members Day: 3rd Wed/Thu (Every other month) Time: 12:15-4:15pm

Health Insurance Counseling

Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) is here to help you with details about Medicare or health insurance. A qualified counselor will provide free counseling. Call 697-6565 ext. 242 for an appointment. Day: 1st Wed & 3rd Thu Time: By appointment Fee: FREE

Care Connexxus Inc. (Caregiver’s Support Group)

If you are caring for a loved one who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease or any other disability, come and share your difficulties with people who can help. This group offers lots of support, information and help. For details call 672-9536. Day: 1st Tue Time: 10:00-11:30am Fee: FREE

Grandparents Support Group

The City of Temecula, with the Office on Aging, is committed to helping grandparents, relatives, and children in developing, and strengthening the family. Day: 3rd Thu Time: 10:00-12:00pm Fee: FREE

Social Security Information

A representative from Social Security will answer questions, replace lost social security cards and assist with retirement benefits. No appointment needed. Call 1-800-772-1213 for more information. Day: 1st Thu Time: 1:00-2:30pm Fee: FREE

Visiting Nurses Assoc. of Inland Counties

Monthly blood pressure checks, information and discussions on understanding Medicare, hospice services and palliative care with guest speakers and topics. Day: 1st Mon Time: 10:00-11:30am Fee: FREE

Hospice of the Valley In-Service Topics

Join us each month for Hospice In-Service seminars beginning in January. Day: 3rd Thu Time: 10:30am Fee: FREE

Vitality Series

Designed to bring you free monthly health education information. Program sponsored by InterValley Health Plan. Day: 1st Thu Time: 10:30am Fee: FREE


(TPL) Family Programs

*Space is limited. Please arrive early to ensure seating. We encourage carpooling. Jim Gamble Puppets: “Twas the Night Bearfore Christmas” Mon, Dec 6, 7pm Ages: All World famous puppets star in an adorable holiday “bearody” of the famous poem.

Christmas Card Craft

Wed, Dec 8, 4pm Register: Dec 1, 4pm Ages: 4-12 Yrs Create your own handcrafted holiday cards for family or friends.

“A Christmas Carol”

Thu, Dec 9, 6-8pm Ages: All Enjoy this dramatic retelling of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol.” This oneman show features veteran actor Duffy Hudson recreating all 40 characters.

Build-a-Rocket Workshop

Wed, Jan 12, 4pm Register: Jan 5, 4pm Ages: 8-12 Yrs Construct a rocket for launching with the Temecula Rocket Group.

Adventures in Dog Sledding

Wed, Jan 26, 4pm Ages: All Meet the Adventure Quest Institute’s sled dog team & learn all about the Iditarod!

The Golden Carp Boy: A Chinese Fable & Craft

Wed, Feb 2, 4pm Register: Jan 26, 5pm Ages: 4-12 Yrs Celebrate the New Year by creating an art project based on a good luck tale.


Wed, Feb 16, 4pm Register: Feb 9, 4pm Ages: 3 & up Chocolate stories, chocolate tic tac toe & treats to dip in our chocolate fountain!

Fiddlegirl Celia Lawley

Wed, Mar 16, 4pm Ages: All Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at this Irish show with fiddling, singing & dancing!

The Buster Balloon Show

Wed, Mar 30, 4pm Ages: All A fun-filled extravaganza of side-splitting comedy & amazing balloon creations.

D.I.Y. Craft: Make Your Own Bookbag

Wed, Apr 13, 4pm Register: Apr 6, 4pm Ages: 3-12 Yrs Celebrate National Library Week by decorating your very own bookbag!

Kyle’s Cartoon Platoon

Wed, Apr 20, 4pm Ages: 5-12 Yrs Discover your inner artist & learn to draw at this fun & lively program.

El Día de los Niños/El Día de los Libros Celebration

Sat, Apr 30, 1-3pm Ages: All A fun festival celebrating children & books with music, stories & crafts! Olé!

American Girl Tea

Wed, May 4, 4pm Register: Apr 27, 4pm Ages: 5-12 Yrs A fun-filled hour of American Girl crafts, tea & treats. Dolls & tea attire welcome.


(TPL) Temecula Public Library

Hours of Operation: Mon-Thu 10:00am-9:00pm Fri 10:00am-6:00pm Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm

Location: 30600 Pauba Road Phone: (951) 693-8900 Website: Book Store: (951) 693-8990 Book Store Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-4pm

Last Day of Dinosaurs Wed, May 18, 4pm Ages: 4-12 Yrs Explore the mysterious world of dinosaurs & fossils in this humongous program!

Book Buzz Club

Jan 4-Feb 15, 6pm Register: Dec 28, 6pm Ages: 9-12 Yrs Apr 5-May 17, 6pm Register: Mar 29, 6pm (1st & 3rd Tue) Enjoy lively discussions and activities with friends!

Paws to Read

Sat Mornings Young readers-in-training can bone up on their reading skills by reading to a licensed therapy dog. Please call 693-8980 to schedule an appointment.

(TPL) Money Cent$ for Kids Parenting Workshop: Piggy Banks To Money Markets

Tue, Mar 1, 6-8pm Register: Feb 1 Ages: Parents Invest in your child’s future & gain tips on how to raise a future millionaire. Learn how to teach kids about spending, saving, allowances & more.

Common Sense Money Cent$ Game

Feb 28-Mar 21 Register: Feb 28, 4pm Ages: Grades K-6 Does money grow on trees? Kids learn about earning, saving, giving & investing by exploring hands-on Money Cents Ventures. Earn Book Bucks to spend on cool stuff at Penny Lane Prize Co.!

Second Annual Kids Barterfest

Wed, Mar 9, 4pm Ages: Grades 3-6 Learn how to barter with the best! Bring 2 items (books, toys, etc.) you no longer want & swap for something new. Items must be clean & in good condition.

(TPL) Teen Programs

(7-12th Grade) *Space is limited. Register at Reception Desk one month prior to program date. Duct Tape “Crafternoon” Thu, Jan 27, 3:30-5pm

Join us for some colorful sticky fun! We’ll be crafting duct tape bags, wallets, iPod cases and whatever else your imagination can conjure up. Valentine’s Day Cards for Seniors Thu, Feb 10, 3:30-5pm Create handmade valentines to be given to the local senior center. When you’re finished, stay and enjoy a sweet treat with us.

Theft Safety for the Tech Savvy

Thu, Mar 10, 3:30-5pm Learn ways to protect yourself against identity theft from Karen Barney of Identity Theft Resource Center. A door prize will be given at end of program.

AP & Finals Jeopardy Thu, Apr 21, 3:30-5pm Biology, English, Euro, American History & more! Take a break & test your knowledge with a fun game of AP Jeopardy. After we’ll snack on pizza. Celebrate your Un-birthday! Thu, May 12, 3:30-5pm Enjoy a “Mad Hatter” tea party while having fun learning etiquette and manners from expert Angela Sturdivant. Stick around for some sweet treats as we cover dining, etiquette and technology to help you feel at home in any situation.

*Programs sponsored by the Friends of the Temecula Libraries

Grace Mellman Library

Location: (GML) 41000 County Center Drive Book Store: (951) 296-3737 Library Hours: Mon 12:00-7:00pm Tue-Wed 10:00am-6:00pm Thu 10:00am-5:00pm

Phone: (951) 296-3896 Website: Fri 10:00am-4:00pm Sat 10:00am-2:00pm Sun Closed

(GML) Family Programs Family Movie

Wed, Dec 1, 4pm - Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” Tue, Jan 18, 4pm - Viewers Choice (Vote Jan 3-Jan 8.)

Ages: All

Library Storytimes

Crafty Kids

Ages: 3-12 Yrs Mon, Dec 6, 4pm Wed, Jan 5; Feb 23; Mar 2; Apr 6; May 11, 4pm Join us for some fun-filled crafts. (Tickets distributed 30 minutes prior.)

African Drum & Dance Ensemble

Tue, Feb 8, 4pm Sing & dance to the sounds & rhythms of the jungle!

Ages: All

Locations: (TPL) Temecula Public Library & (GML) Grace Mellman Library

*See specified locations. Space is limited. Please arrive early to ensure seating.

Goodnight Moon Pajama Storytime (TPL)

Rattlesnake Kate & Tales of the Old West

Ages: All

Winter Wonderland

Bundle up & get cozy for chilly winter tales.

Tue, Mar 29, 4pm Kate tells tall tales featuring exciting routines with her trusty lasso & whip.

Will You Be My Friend?

Tropical Topics Ages: All Tue, Apr 19, 4pm Learn about exciting animals from the world’s rainforests.

Starring Me!

American Girl Tea

Ages: 5-12 Yrs

Tue, May 3, 4pm A fun-filled hour of American Girl, tea & treats. Dolls & tea attire welcome.

(GML) Teen Programs Operation Anime

Sat, Dec 4; Jan 8; Feb 5; Mar 5; Apr 2; May 7, 11am Come watch anime series & movies.

Ages: 13-18 Yrs

Final Snack & Study Ages: 11-18 Yrs Wed, Dec 8, 4pm - Enjoy snacks while studying for finals with your friends. SAT Practice Test

Ages: 11-18 Yrs

SAT Scoreback

Ages: 11-18 Yrs

Sat, Jan 29, 10am (Register online by Jan 26) Free SAT practice test & learn how to get a high score.

Mon, Jan 31, 5pm How did you do? Receive results from Jan 29 practice test. Parents welcome.

Love Story Movie Ages: 13-18 Yrs Wed, Feb 9, 4pm (Vote for your choice Jan 31-Feb 4) First vote for your favorite love story, then watch with your friends & laugh or cry. Google Scavenger Hunt Ages: 11-18 Yrs Wed, Mar 9, 4pm (Register online by Mar 7) Find clues on Google then find the book and see what waits inside! Recycle Up Ages: 11-18 Yrs Wed, Apr 20, 4pm Instead of buying something bring in an old shirt & remake into something new. Mafia & Silent Football Ages: 11-18 Yrs Wed, May 25, 4pm Use your imagination & get to know new people with these fun games. Teen Book Group

First Tue of each month Read & discuss the book of the month with other teens.

Ages: 13-18 Yrs

Ages: All Mon, Jan 3, 7pm

Mon, Feb 7, 7pm Bring a buddy (real or stuffed) to share as we celebrate friends.

Mon, Mar 7, 7pm Discover stories, songs & fingerplays all about wonderful YOU! Mon, Apr 4, 7pm Don’t miss these treasured tales about our favorite book characters.

Library Tales

Mon, May 2, 7pm Splish splash...join the fun with bubbles & bath time stories!

Splish Splash

Baby Sign Storytime Ages: Babies-23 Mos (TPL) Tue, Jan 4-Feb 22; Apr 12-May 17, 10 & 11am Interactive storytime with stories & sign language. Babies can communicate about their world long before they have mastered verbal speaking skills. Toddler Storytime Ages: 24-35 Mos (TPL) Thu, Jan 6-Feb 24; Apr 14-May 19, 10 & 11am (GML) Wed, Jan 5-May 18, 10am On-the-lap storytime designed to introduce toddlers and their parents to stories, rhymes and activities that stimulate a toddler’s developing vocabulary. Preschool Storytime Ages: 3-5 Yrs (TPL) Wed, Jan 5-Feb 23; Apr 13-May 18, 10 & 11am (GML) Tue, Jan 4-May 17, 10 & 11am An independent group activity designed to introduce preschool-age children to storytelling and to build a foundation for reading readiness. Dog Day Afternoon

Ages: 4-12 Yrs (GML) Mondays, 4-6pm The Reading Education Assistance Dogs (READ) builds kids reading skills by reading to a therapy dog.


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The City of Temecula Community Services Department is proud to offer a wide array of aquatics programs for all ages and abilities. Dates and times may change due to holidays, special events, swimmer safety, facility maintenance, or participation levels. For more information or questions email the Aquatics office at or visit

CRC Pool


Location: Amenities:

Community Recreation Center, 30875 Rancho Vista Road 25 Yard Heated Pool Depth Range of 3 1/2 ft - 12 ft Water Slide - Indoor Showers Dressing Rooms & Lockers (locks not provided)

Location: Amenities:

Chaparral High School, 27215 Nicolas Road 25 Yard Heated, 8 Lane Competition Pool Recreational Pool with Diving Board Zero Depth Spray Play Area Dressing Rooms & Lockers (locks not provided)

Location: Amenities:

Temecula Elementary School, 41951 Moraga Road 25 Yard Heated Pool All-shallow pool with depths ranging from 3-4 1/2 ft

CHS Pool

TES Pool

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Safety Concerns

For safety concerns, masks, fins and snorkels are prohibited at all times. Only “Coast Guard Approved” flotation life jackets may be worn. All youth wearing life jackets must be accompanied by an adult in the water. Shirts are prohibited on the water slide and in deep water. Pools are subject to closure if weather presents a hazard. Swim diapers are required for all infants. The Community Services Department will not assume any responsibility for any personal property. Please do not bring valuables!

Non - Resident Fee Policy

Non-residents include, but are not limited to, residents of: Wine Country, Winchester, Morgan Hill, Murrieta, Menifee, Canyon Lake, Lake Elsinore, Anza, De Luz, Silverhawk, French Valley and other nearby communities.

Disabled Access

The City of Temecula provides disabled access for swimmers with disabilities. Swimming lessons, water aerobics, and adult fitness classes are open to all who can participate with a reasonable accommodation. During lap swim, the pool is divided with slow, medium paced and fast swimmers. If you are in need of a disability-related accommodation or need further information visit our website at or call 308-6396.


Water Slide Rules

Swimmers must be 48 inches tall to use the water slide. Swim tests will no longer be used due to state regulations. No life jackets may be worn on the slide and swimmers must go down the slide one at a time. For more information about slide rules visit our website at

Military Appreciation Day

Come to the CRC Pool Memorial Day, May 30th to enjoy our Military Appreciation Day. All active duty or retired military personnel and their families get in free with a military ID. Date Day Time May 30 Mon 11:00am-3:00pm

Jr. Lifeguard Tryouts/Training Ages: 11-15 Years

Are you not old enough to be a paid lifeguard? This volunteer program allows teens the opportunity to be trained in the basics of lifeguard safety. Assist staff with aquatic operations and acquire skills and experience that are helpful should they become employed at an aquatic facility in the future. Participants receive an official t-shirt and a “Certificate of Dedicated Service” at completion. Space is limited to first 15 participants at time of registration who can successfully swim 100 yards and tread water for one minute. Program requires a time commitment throughout the summer. Visit for information and schedule. Online registration is not available. Location: CRC Pool Fee: $80/resident; $90/non-resident Tryout Date Day Time May 15 Sun 1:30pm

Lifeguard Training Ages: 15 Years - Adults

To enter you must pass the pre-course swim test. Class includes American Red Cross certification in Lifeguard training, CPR for the Professional Rescuer, Oxygen Administration, Automated External Defibrillator, Blood borne Pathogen Training, and Advanced First Aid Training (Title 22). Register early as class size is limited. Visit for information and schedule. Online Registration Begins: Feb 7 Location: CRC Pool Fee: $135 Skills Testing Date: Mar 23 Training Dates Date: Mar 28-Apr 1

Time: 3:00-4:00pm Time: 9:30am-5:00pm

Start Early for Employment Opportunities

Are you interested in working for the City of Temecula Aquatics Program? Visit our website at for employment opportunities.

Aquatic Activities

Please see below descriptions for available aquatic activities. Take note of any special instructions and applicable fees. Dates and times subject to change due to holidays, special events, swimmer safety, maintenance of the facility, or participation levels. For more information visit our website at, email questions to or contact the aquatics office at 308-6396.

Shallow Water Aerobics Ages: 12 Years - Adults

A complete workout using water as resistance to firm, tone and increase cardio-respiratory endurance. Participants should be comfortable in 3 to 4 feet of water. Ability to swim is not required. Pre-registration is required. Instructors: Hinton/Woolstenhulme Class# Dates Day Time Pool Fee 3900.101 Apr 5-Apr 26 Tue 10:00-10:45am CRC $12/4 Wks 3900.102 May 3-May 10 Tue 10:00-10:45am CRC $6/2 Wks 3900.103 May 17-May 26 Tue/Thu 8:00-8:45am TES $12/2 Wks

PUBLIC SWIM - Begins May 28th! Masters Program

Ages: Adults

Adult Learn to Swim

Ages: Adults

Designed to help swimmers improve fitness and/or train for specific goals, and offer support for a healthy lifestyle through friendship and camaraderie. We want you to feel welcome, whether you’re a long-time competitor or a beginner. Workouts are coached and are designed to meet different fitness levels. All participants must complete a USA Masters registration form and pay the yearly dues of $40. Monthly fees can now be paid online at Location: CRC Pool Fee:$30/per month Date Day Time Ongoing Mon/Wed/Fri 5:30-7:00am

Class designed for adults who desire swim instruction. All skill levels will be accommodated from basics to stroke technique. Course is taught by certified American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors. Register online at Location: CRC Pool Fee: $45/Resident; $55/Non-resident Class# Dates Day Time 5001.101 Mar 19-Apr 9 Sat 9:00-10:00am 5001.102 Apr 16-May 7 Sat 9:00-10:00am 5001.103 May 14-Jun 4 Sat 9:00-10:00am

Lap/Leisure Swim

Ages: 12 Years - Adults

Discover Scuba

Ages: 12 Years - Adults

This is a non-instructional program for individuals who want to swim for fitness or therapeutic purposes. A lifeguard will be present at all times. Program subject to change upon participation level. Location: CRC Pool Fee: $1/Resident; $5/Non-resident Dates Day Time Ongoing Mon-Fri 5:30-8:30am Ongoing Sat 7:00-9:00am Ends May 20 Mon-Fri 11:00am-12:45pm May 23-Sep 3 Mon-Fri 11:15am-12:15pm The PADI Discover Scuba experience lets you experience the thrill of diving under the supervision of an instructor. You’ll master some basic concept and skills. Nothing compares to the “weightless” exhilaration of breathing underwater. Contact Scuba Center at 506-0252 prior to class to be fitted for equipment. Instructor: Scuba Center Staff Location: CRC Pool Fee: $20/Class Class # Dates Day Time 3802.101 Feb 13 Sun 10:30am-12:00pm 3802.102 Mar 13 Sun 10:30am-12:00pm 3802.103 Apr 17 Sun 10:30am-12:00pm 3802.104 May 15 Sun 10:30am-12:00pm

Deep Water Aerobics Ages: 12 Years - Adults

A non-impact workout in deep water wearing a belt that creates “neutral buoyancy” allowing you to work muscles against water’s resistance, resulting in increased strength, flexibility and muscular endurance. Participants should be comfortable in deep water wearing a belt. Bring your own belt or purchase from the instructor. Class is ongoing so join any time. Optional $25 fee for belt. Class# Dates Day Time Pool Fee 3910.101 Apr 7-Apr 28 Thu 10:00-10:45am CRC $12/4 Wks 3910.102 May 5-May 12 Thu 10:00-10:45am CRC $6/2 Wks

Scuba Diving Lessons Ages: 12 Years - Adults

Discover the fun and excitement of SCUBA diving. Scuba Center Temecula instructors, with over 47 years of combined experience, are ready to teach you to explore our underwater world and certify you in as little as 3 weeks. Classes consist of classroom, pool instruction and ocean dives. Ocean dives are conducted on Catalina Island and La Jolla Shores. Participants must provide own mask, snorkel, boots, fins and gloves and be able to swim. NOTE: Contact Scuba Center Temecula at 506-0252 for class schedule and to obtain materials that are needed prior to first class. Materials fee of $265 also must be paid prior to the class. (Fee subject to change). Instructor: Scuba Center Temecula Fee: $120/Session Location: CRC Pool and Scuba Center Temecula Class # Class Dates 3801.101 Feb 1-Feb 20 3801.102 Mar 1-Mar 20 3801.103 Apr 5-Apr 30 3801.104 May 3-May 22


Youth Swim Lessons

Lesson Fees: Resident $45; Non-resident $55

The City of Temecula is proud to offer an expanded youth swim lesson program. Swim Lessons will be offered in the spring and summer months. Spring Lessons will be available in two-week sessions and held Monday-Friday at the CRC Pool. Please read registration and lesson descriptions carefully. Every effort should be made to enroll your child into the appropriate class based on the child’s skill and ability level. If enrollment is made into a class that is not at the child’s ability, the Community Services Department can not guarantee that space in another class will be available. If you are unsure of the appropriate level, we recommend taking the Swim Level Assessment. Visit our website at, call the aquatic office at 308-6396 or email questions to

Online Registration Information

To access online registration visit our website at: • •

Online registration will begin at 8:00am on the dates specified. Only residents will be allowed to register online during the first 3 days of online registration. Non-residents include, but are not limited to: De Luz, Silverhawk, French Valley, Morgan Hill and other near-by communities. If you are unsure of your resident status, you can email the aquatics office at or call 308-6396 before online registration begins. Please review the registration guidelines on the website. Make sure you have an online account created prior to the registration date.

Swim Lesson Refund and Lesson Policy •

Proud provider of American Red Cross Aquatics Training

How to Register:

Registration for spring and summer lessons will take place during the specified registration dates listed for each session. Check the session schedule for lesson availability to determine desired classes. Swim lesson registrations will be handled in the following priority:

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Refunds and/or transfers must be requested 5 business days prior to the class start date. A 20% cancellation fee will be applied to all approved refunds. Refunds or class credits will not be given when a class is cancelled due to unavoidable circumstances resulting in a pool closure. Refunds will not be given for participants enrolled into the inappropriate level swim class. Class fees will not be pro-rated due to participant illness or absence and make-up classes will not be offered. The City may combine classes due to low enrollment.

First Priority: Online registration for Temecula residents. Only residents will be allowed to register online during the first 3 days of online registration for each session. Lessons fill quickly, so remember to take advantage of the online resident registration period. It is important to remember that online registration for residents will only be available during the dates listed for each session.

Second Priority:

Online registration for non-residents. It is important to remember that online registration for non-residents will only be available during the dates listed for each session.

FREE Swim Level Assessment

Not sure what level is best for your child? Come to our FREE swim lesson level assessment held before each session. We will assess your child’s skills and determine which level is most appropriate prior to registration. For further assistance, email questions to or visit our website at Location: CRC Pool Dates Day Time Session Apr 9 Sat 3:00-4:00pm Spring Lessons May 14 Sat 3:00-4:00pm Summer Lessons


Questions? If you still have questions or need further assistance, email: or visit our informative website at:

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Lesson Fees: Resident $45; Non-resident $55 Swim Level Descriptions

Spring Lessons Spring Lessons Dates: May 2-May 13 Spring lessons will include Parent and Me (Level 1/2) through Level 2. Upper level classes (Level 3-6) will be offered during Summer lessons. See our website for a complete Summer class schedule. Location: CRC Pool Only Resident Online Registration Date: Apr 12 Non-Res Online Registration Date: Apr 19 CRC

3:00 PM

3:40 PM

4:20 PM

5:00 PM

Parent&Me Beginning Toddler Advanced Toddler Level 1 Level 2

Parent and Me (Level 1/2)

Ages: 6 Months - 3 Years

This course is designed for parent/child interaction. Course is taught as a combination class with the instructor presenting both skill levels during class. NOTE: Infants must wear a swim diaper under suits while in water. Level 1 - Introduces basic skills to parents and children. Skills introduced include: water adjustment and entry, bubble blowing, underwater exploration, buoyancy on the front and back position, plus age-appropriate safety topics. Level 2 - Course builds on skills introduced in Level 1 and also introduces the following skills with assistance from parent: front and back glide, front kick, arm movement, submerging in a rhythmic pattern, rolling over, and age-appropriate safety topics.

Beginning Toddler

Ages: 3 - 5 Years

Advanced Toddler

Ages: 3 - 5 Years

Level 1 - Water Exploration

Ages: 5+ Years

Course is designed to be a preschool age child’s first experience in a pool without a caretaker. Course introduces swimming and water safety skills. Students must be able to listen and follow directions. Skills taught include water adjustment, bubble blowing, underwater exploration, front and back floats, glides with support, kicking and alternate arm strokes, treading water, and age-appropriate safety topics. Course is designed to follow Beginning Toddler for children ages 3-5 years. Participant must be able to blow bubbles, front and back float unassisted for 5 seconds, submerge face without using goggles, and climb out of the pool without help. Participants must be able to listen and follow directions. Skills taught include entering water by jumping in, fully submerge and retrieve items, bobbing, front, jellyfish, and tuck floats, treading water, finning arm action on back, and age-appropriate safety topics. Designed to be a beginning level course for children 5 and older. Participants will learn elementary skills including bubble blowing, under water exploration, introduction to front crawl, backstroke, back float and front float with support, kicking and alternate arm strokes, bobbing, entering and exiting the water, and age-appropriate safety topics.

Level 2 - Primary Skills

Participant must have mastered Level 1 skills prior to entering course. Objective of this course is for the participant to successfully learn fundamental skills. Participant will learn to float without support and to recover to a vertical position. Other skills taught are glides, front arm motion, flutter kicks, rhythmic breathing, and age-appropriate safety skills. This level marks the beginning of true locomotion skills and adds to self-help and basic rescue skills.

Level 3 - Stroke Development

Summer Registration Dates

Must have mastered Level 2 skills prior to course. Course will teach the combined skill of front arm motion and rotary breathing, diving from the side of the pool, dolphin and scissor kick, front crawl and elementary backstroke, treading water, and age-appropriate safety skills. These skills will move the child into the field of true aquatics.

Level 4/5-Combo Class - Course will be taught as a combination class. Participants will be assessed and placed in appropriate levels.

Level 4 (Stroke Improvement) - Participant must have mastered Level 3 skills before entering course. Course develops confidence in the strokes learned thus far and improves other aquatic skills. New skills introduced will be back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke, sidestroke, survival swimming, and age-appropriate safety topics. Participants increase their endurance by swimming greater distances. Level 5 (Stroke Refinement) - Participant must have mastered Level 4 skills prior to entering course. At this level participants will have good basic stroke skills. Objective is to coordinate and refine key strokes. New skills introduced will be flip turns, tuck and pike surface dives, sculling, and age-appropriate safety topics.

Level 6 - Skill Proficiency

Must have mastered Level 5 skills prior to course. Objective is to polish strokes so participants use them with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Participants develop considerable endurance by the end of the course.


F.I.T. - Fitness in Temecula

Here is your chance to get healthy, stay healthy, and learn to become a healthier person. This exciting ongoing program is designed to promote a healthier lifestyle for citizens of all ages that want to be active and FIT! Whether you chose to walk or run, maintain your weight, lose a few excess pounds, or just have fun in a safe environment this program is for you, your family, and your friends. A fitness tracking card will be made available for each program participant to track their individual weekly progress. For more information, contact the Community Services Department at 694-6410.

Ages: All

Days: Monday-Friday

Program Start Date: January 10th

Time: 6:00-8:00pm


Location: Harveston Community Park

Get Healthy, Stay Healthy ... One Step At A Time

“Temecula ... Walking Circles Around the World!�

100 Mile Club We are challenging you to swim 100 miles in 2011! Swimmers who complete their laps throughout the 2011 calendar year will receive a 100 mile t-shirt at completion. One mile in the CRC or CHS pool is 70 lengths, or 35 laps. After you have completed your swimming for the day sign in on the 100 mile board and we will help you track your mileage. This is a FREE program but all yardage must be completed in a City of Temecula facility. Sign up is easy, see the lifeguard on deck during lap swimming times to complete a form and sign up today. The program will begin January 3, 2011. Check out the 100 Mile Club leader board for our top 10 swimmers or to get more information about the 100 Mile Club go to our website at

Program Start Date: January 3rd Location: CRC or CHS Pools Ages: All Fee: FREE


Sports Facilities & Leagues

Youth League Directory

The following sports organizations are not affiliated with the City of Temecula Community Services Department. Please contact these organizations directly regarding youth sports.


General Information: City facilities are maintained year-round and offer high quality community park sites. Facilities include lighted and unlighted softball/baseball diamonds, soccer/ football fields, indoor basketball/volleyball courts, roller hockey arena and tennis courts. Fields and courts are available for youth and adult leagues, tournaments and public use. If you are interested in one of our facilities or would like information about leagues and tournaments, please call the Sports Division at 302-4136 or the CRC at 694-6410 during normal office hours.

Sports Fields are available at these locations: Park Location Pala Community Park Paloma Del Sol Park Ronald Reagan Sports Park Temecula Middle School Margarita Community Park Harveston Community Park Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park

Address 44900 Temecula Ln 32099 De Portola Rd 30875 Rancho Vista Rd 42075 Meadows Pkwy 29119 Margarita Rd 28582 Harveston Dr 32380 Deer Hollow Way

2011 Winter/Spring Adult Sports Leagues

Information packages regarding rules and procedures are available at the PHBSP and CRC or by calling 302-4136 or 694-6410. Persons interested in participating in City league sports, but who do not have a team, may place their name on an eligibility list by calling PHBSP at 302-4136. Every effort will be made to place interested players on a team, but placement is not guaranteed.

Non-Resident Fee Policy

Non-residents are defined as those who reside outside the city limits of Temecula. Non-residents are required to pay an additional fee of $10/per person, per league, per session.

2011 Winter/Spring Adult Softball Fee: $450/Team (additional $10 non-resident fee per player) Start Date Feb 28 Day Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

Reg Date Jan 25

Mgr. Mtg Feb 22

League Time Womens/Mens II 6:00-10:00pm Mens I/II 6:00-10:00pm Senior 6:00-10:00pm Mens II 6:00-10:00pm Co-ed 6:00-10:00pm


Adult Softball Tournaments

Location: PHBSP Fields Fee: $250/Team Tournament Dates Reg. Deadline Spark of Love Dec 11-12 Temecula Teams: Nov 18; Non-Res Teams: Nov 19 Attention Coaches: Are you looking for additional players? Call the TCSD Sports Division at 302-4136 to request names of individuals waiting to play in organized competition.

Temecula Valley American Little League Temecula Valley Central Little League Temecula Valley National Little League 694-6852/ Temecula Valley Girls Softball Assoc. 894-2403 or Temecula Youth Baseball (PONY) 541-0994/ Basketball Temecula Youth Basketball

Football Temecula Valley Pop Warner 302-3304/ Hockey Temecula Valley In-line Hockey Assn. Judo Temecula Valley Judo Club Swim Temecula Swim Club 768-1180/


Soccer Temecula Valley Youth Soccer Assn. 676-5425/ Temecula United Soccer Club 694-3254/ Arsenal FC Track & Field Temecula Valley Time Machine Temecula Rangers

698-1891/ 506-7847/

YMCA Basketball & Flag Football Boys and Girls Clubs 695-0181 or 699-1526


Field Closures

If you would like to be notified of all field closures, please visit the city website at to be placed on an email distribution list or call our hotline at 694-6445. The hotline will be updated by 3:00pm on days of inclement weather.

CRC Open Gym Basketball & Volleyball The Community Recreation Center offers special open gym time for teens, adults and seniors, featuring basketball and volleyball. Dates and times may change for holidays, special events, and maintenance of the facility. A monthly calendar of operating hours for the Gym can be obtained from the CRC. Fee Type: Fee Amount: Required Resident Card $1/Annually Required Non-resident Card $1/Annually Resident Entrance FREE Non-resident Entrance $3/Per Visit


Trash Services City Wide Clean Up

CR&R Inc. and the City of Temecula will be co-sponsoring the biannual Citywide Clean-up on one Saturday in the spring. All City residents may dispose of e-waste, used motor oil, antifreeze, vehicle batteries, green waste, and bulky items. This service is free to Temecula residents. (ID is required). The event will be held at Chaparral High School parking lot between 8am and 2pm. For more information, contact Dale West in Community Development at (951) 694-6400.

ABOP Center

Riverside County offers weekly collection of antifreeze, vehicle and household batteries, oil (and filters), and paint (latex only) at the ABOP Center. WHEN: Every NON-holiday Saturday (Subject to closure due to weather) TIME: 9:00am until 2:00pm WHERE: 25315 Jefferson Ave in Murrieta (N. of Murrieta Hot Springs Rd.) Maximum chemical load: 5 gallons or 50 lbs. (per trip). Some restrictions apply; contact Riverside County Waste Management at (951) 486-3200 for details.

Holiday Schedule Trash Pick-Up

On holidays your trash collection will be delayed by one day. If your normal trash day is Monday, your trash will be collected on Tuesday, etc.. If your normal trash day is Friday, your trash will be collected on Saturday. Holidays will also affect the street sweeping schedule. If the holiday occurs on Saturday or Sunday, your trash collection & street sweeping services may not change. Holidays are New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Christmas Tree Recycling

Curbside Christmas tree pick-up begins the first trash pick-up after Christmas and continues for two weeks. Please make sure that trees are free of decorations and tinsel. Trees 6 feet or taller should be cut in half. Do not place in plastic bags. Place tree next to the green recycle barrel.

TCSD Maintenance Division

The Maintenance Division is committed to ensuring an aesthetically pleasing and healthy city by providing safe, clean public areas. The Maintenance Program provides effective landscape and facility maintenance services to parks, slopes, medians, recreation facilities, and also oversees the repair and maintenance of arterial and neighborhood streetlights. If you have a streetlight out in your neighborhood, call the Community Services Department at 694-6480.

Street Sweeping

Please be a good neighbor and remember not to park on residential streets on trash pick-up day and street sweeping day. Residential streets are swept the day after trash pick-up day. Keeping vehicles off the streets on these days allows efficient trash collection and street sweeping. Observing this simple request helps keep all of Temecula’s neighborhoods looking their best!

Bulky Item Pick-Up

Reminder! City of Temecula residents are allowed two FREE bulky item pickups, including e-waste, annually. Please call CR&R at (800) 755-8112 and make arrangements in advance for the pick-up of these items.

Storm Drains

The City of Temecula would like to remind residents of the City’s storm water and pollution prevention requirements. When it rains, water flows from our streets and into our creeks. Flows then drain into the Santa Margarita River, which ultimately discharges into the Pacific Ocean. The City is committed to improving water quality by implementing programs that systematically reduce and eliminate pollutants from urban runoff before reaching our local creeks. Please join us in this commitment by considering some simple pollution prevention measures: • Use dry methods (raking, vacuuming, sweeping) for outdoor cleaning. • Use rags or powdered absorbents to clean up spills. • Dispose of pet waste, debris, and trash in trash bins, not in the gutter. • Use a mop instead of a hose to clean areas when water is needed. • Set irrigation timers to prevent over-watering. This runoff carries fertilizers, pesticides, and sediment into local creeks and harms their ecosystems. • Do not hose down driveways, sidewalks, or gutters. Other than rain water, it is illegal to send pollutants into our streets, gutters, storm drains, or any waterway. If you see an illegal discharge, please report it by calling us at 951-694-6411. To obtain additional information about the City’s water quality program and requirements, please visit our website.

Proper Disposal of Drugs and Sharps

Everyday unwanted or expired medicine is disposed of down the toilet. While this was once the recommended practice, studies show that pharmaceuticals can pass through wastewater treatment facilities into creeks, rivers and oceans. How should you dispose of pharmaceuticals? Pills - Crush and mix with kitty litter, coffee grounds or similar type material and place in black trash bin. Liquid medication - pour into paper towels or other absorbent material and place in black trash bin. Prescription containers - remember to remove and destroy the label with your personal drug information. How should you dispose of sharps/needles? 1. Place in secure rigid plastic container (i.e. laundry detergent container). 2. Tighten lid and secure with tape. 3. Label container “Sharps/Needles” or “Biohazard”. 4. Bring to a Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection event for disposal. Call Riverside County Waste Management at 951-486-3200 for details.

Water Conservation

Rancho California Water District will be offering workshops for the residents of Temecula with valuable tips on how to conserve water, current water conditions, landscape management and valuable information regarding the new budget based tiered water rates. These workshops will be held at Rancho California Water District and are free to the public. For more information or to register for upcoming workshops contact Brittany James at (951) 296-6900 or email

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Creating Community Through People, Parks & Programs

“It’s What We Do!”

The City of Temecula strongly encourages all residents and businesses to recycle. Residents can call CR&R to request an extra recycling container at no charge. Discounted rates are provided for local businesses that request a “recycled materials only” bin. For more information, contact CR&R at (800) 755-8112.

What goes into your Recycle Bin? Recyclable Paper

Copy this sheet and place next to your recycle station.

DO’s Corrugated cardboard Junk mail Magazines Phonebooks Chipboard (cereal/cracker boxes) Newspaper, white paper & mixed paper

Recyclable Metal

DO’s Empty aerosal cans Metal coat hangers Tin food & juice cans Empty paint cans (dry paint is ok) Metal foil Lawn furniture

Recyclable Glass

DO’s Food and beverage bottles Glass jars and bottles House windows Tempered glass or Pyrex

DONT’s Waxed milk cartons Waxed paper Soiled paper No mixed products (such as combinations of metal and paper)

DONT’s Automotive parts Plumbing parts No mixed products (such as combinations of metal and paper)

DONT’s Ceramic Mirrors Fluorescent tubes or light bulbs Safety glass

Recyclable Plastics

DO’s DONT’s Soft drink bottles & photo film canisters Flower/plant containers Detergent, water or milk containers No mixed products (such as combinations PVC sprinkler pipe of plastic and metal) Trashcan liners, shrink wrap & grocery bags Yogurt containers & drinking straws Tupperware and mixed plastic containers Plastic toys

What goes in your Greenwaste bin? DO’s Grass & garden clippings Green plants Dry leaves Weeds Wood scraps or chips

DONT’s Animal waste Palm branches Meat, fish or bones Dairy products Sod/dirt


General Information: The City of Temecula offers a state-of-the-art Skate Park located at 42569 Margarita Road. The entire park includes a concrete skateboard facility, an official size roller hockey arena, picnic facilities, restroom, equipment rental and plenty of parking. This one-acre skate park offers the ultimate skateboarding and in-line skating experience. The park consists of a competition 60-foot diameter bowl and ramp entry. A 10-foot wide apron connects the upper bowl with a street plaza skate area. The street plaza boasts a pyramid, fun box, curbs, ramps, stairs and a 20-foot handrail. The park is staffed and open to the public for various sessions per day, 7 days a week. Special beginner sessions are also offered. The facility is lighted for night skating and can accommodate a maximum of 30 skaters at one time.

All participants must have a signed waiver form prior to park entry! APPROPRIATE SAFETY GEAR REQUIRED! If you do not have safety gear, you may rent it at the park.


A resident/non-resident card is required. Each card is $1 annually.



Resident Non-Resident

FREE $5/session

Rental Items & Fees Appropriate safety gear is required to use Skate Park. Item Fee Hand/Wrist Guards $2/pair Helmet $2 Elbow Pads $1/pair Knee Pads $1/pair All Items $5

Roller Hockey Arena

The regulation size (180 foot by 85 foot) roller hockey arena accommodates roller hockey enthusiasts of every age. In addition to regularly scheduled open skate time, the arena is used extensively by local non-profit youth hockey leagues and hosts a variety of roller hockey tournaments.

Community Open Skate Day


Mon-Fri 8:00am-3:45pm

Skate Park FREE to Residents! Hours of Operation: Days

Session Hours

Monday - Friday

Session 1

4:30pm - 8:00pm


Session 1

4:00pm - 6:30pm

Session 2

7:00pm - 9:30pm

Session 1*

1:00pm - 3:30pm


Session 2 4:00pm - 6:30pm * Note: Sunday Session 1 is for beginners only. Hours of operation effective December - June 5th

Scheduled Closures Date


Sessions Open

Dec 3 Dec 24 Dec 25 Dec 31 Jan 1 Apr 23 Apr 24 Apr 30

Fri Fri Sat Fri Sat Sat Sun Sat

None None None None None None None None

Spring Skaters Challenge!

Join the City of Temecula for an awesome day to show off your boarding skills. Only amateur boarders are eligible. No sponsored, pro or competitive skaters allowed. This competition will include challenges from ollies to flip tricks. Space is limited. Sign up at the Skate Park on the morning of the event, or for more information call the CRC at 694-6410. Safety equipment is required and is available for rent. Date Day Time Fee

May 28



10:00am FREE

Park Locations & Amenities Refer to the Parks & Facilities Map on page 45

1. Bahia Vista Park, 41566 Avenida de la Reina 2. Butterfield Stage Park, 33654 De Portola Rd. 4. Crowne Hill Park, 33203 Old Kent Rd.

3. Calle Aragon Park, 41621 Calle Aragon 5. Harveston Community Park, 28582 Harveston Dr. 7. John Magee Park, 44656 Corte Veranos

6. Harveston Lake Park, 29005 Lake House Rd. 8. Kent Hintergardt Memorial Pk, 31465 Via Cordoba 9. Loma Linda Park, 30877 Loma Linda Rd. 10. Long Canyon Creek Park, 40356 N. General Kearny Rd. 12. Meadows Park, 43110 Meadows Pkwy.

11. Margarita Community Park, 29119 Margarita Rd.

14. Nicolas Road Park, 39955 Nicolas Rd.

13. Nakayama Park, 30592 Nicolas Rd.

16. Pala Community Park, 44900 Temecula Lane

15. Pablo Apis Park, 33005 Regina Dr. 17. Paloma Del Sol Park, 32099 De Portola Rd. 19. Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park, 32380 Deer Hollow Way

18. Paseo Gallante Park, 32455 Camino San Dimas 20. Pauba Ridge Park, 33405 Pauba Rd. 21. Redhawk Community Park, 44747 Redhawk Pkwy. 22. Riverton Park, 30950 Riverton Lane 23. Ronald Reagan Sports Park, 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. 24. Rotary Park, 28816 Pujol St. 26. Serena Hills Park, 40747 Walcott Lane

25. Sam Hicks Monument Park, 41970 Moreno Rd. 27. Stephen Linen Jr. Memorial Park, 44935 Nighthawk Pass 28. Sunset Park, 32155 Camino San Jose 30. Temecula Duck Pond, 28250 Ynez Rd.

29. Temecula Creek Trail Park, 33662 Channel St. 31. Temecula Skate Park, 42569 Margarita Rd. 33. Town Square, 41902 Main Street

32. Temeku Hills Park, 31367 La Serena Way

35. Veteran's Park, 30965 La Serena Way

34. Vail Ranch Park, 32965 Harmony Lane 36. Voorburg Park, 39960 Nicolas Rd. 37. Winchester Creek Park, 39950 Margarita Rd. 38. Wolf Creek Park, 45850 N. Wolf Creek Dr. 39. Wolf Creek Trail Park, 45454 Wolf Creek Rd.

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Creating Community Through People, Parks & Programs

Park Sites, City Facilities and Places of Interest City Facilities

Park Locations



Park Name


1 Bahia Vista Park…………...................41566 Avenida de la Reina 2 Butterfield Stage Park ………….................33654 De Portola Rd. 3 Calle Aragon Park….…………..…................41621 Calle Aragon 4 Crowne Hill Park………………......................33203 Old Kent Rd. 5 Harveston Community Park…………...........28582 Harveston Dr. 6 Harveston Lake Park………………..........29005 Lake House Rd. 7 John Magee Park……………………..........44656 Corte Veranos 8 Kent Hintergardt Mem. Park………..…..........31465 Via Cordoba 9 Loma Linda Park …………………….........30877 Loma Linda Rd. 10 Long Canyon Creek Park…...........40356 N. General Kearny Rd. 11 Margarita Community Park…………........…..29119 Margarita Rd. 12 Meadows Park………………………..........43110 Meadows Pkwy. 13 Nakayama Park…………….……………...........30592 Nicolas Rd. 14 Nicolas Rd. Park……………….........................39955 Nicolas Rd. 15 Pablo Apis Park…….…………...........................33005 Regina Dr. 16 Pala Community Park………….....................44900 Temecula Ln. 17 Paloma Del Sol Park.…………...................32099 De Portola Rd. 18 Paseo Gallante Park……………..........32455 Camino San Dimas 19 Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park…...........32380 Deer Hollow Way 20 Pauba Ridge Park…….......................................33405 Pauba Rd. 21 Redhawk Community Park…….................44747 Redhawk Pkwy. 22 Riverton Park……….…………….....................30950 Riverton Ln. 23 Ronald Reagan Sports Park...................30875 Rancho Vista Rd. 24 Rotary Park……………………..............................28816 Pujol St. 25 Sam Hicks Monument Park.…………...............41970 Moreno Rd. 26 Serena Hills Park………………….....................40747 Walcott Ln. 27 Stephen Linen Jr. Mem. Park……….........44935 Nighthawk Pass 28 Sunset Park………………..……….............32155 Cam. San Jose 29 Temecula Creek Trail Park…………….............33662 Channel St. 30 Temecula Duck Pond………………......................28250 Ynez Rd. 31 Temecula Skate Park…….……………..........42569 Margarita Rd. 32 Temeku Hills Park…………….……….........31367 La Serena Way 33 Town Square.........................................................41902 Main St. 34 Vail Ranch Park…………….…………….........32965 Harmony Ln. 35 Veteran’s Park…………….…………..........30965 La Serena Way 36 Voorburg Park…………….………….................39960 Nicolas Rd. 37 Winchester Creek Park……………...............39950 Margarita Rd. 38 Wolf Creek Trail Park…………………..........45454 Wolf Creek Dr. 39 Wolf Creek Park………………….............45850 N. Wolf Creek Dr. • • •


Facility Name



Chapel of Memories 41970 Moreno Rd.

(951) 926-6400


Civic Center 41000 Main St.


Community Recreation Center 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. (951) 694-6410


Grace Mellman Library 41000 County Center Dr.


Harveston Community Park Room 28582 Harveston Dr. (951) 694-6480


Mary Phillips Senior Center 41845 Sixth Street (951) 694-6464


Old Town Temecula Community Theater/ Gallery at the Merc 42051 Main Street (866) 653-8696


Temecula Community Center 28816 Pujol Street (951) 694-6469


Temecula Public Library 30600 Pauba Rd. (951) 693-8900


Temecula Valley Museum 28314 Mercedes St. (951) 694-6450

(951) 694-6480

(951) 296-3893

Pennypickle’s Workshop, Temecula Children’s Museum 42081 Main Street (951) 308-6370

Off-Site Class Locations Marker


Facility Name


Chaparral High School Pool.......................27215 Nicolas Rd. Miyamoto Music....................28780 Old Town Front St., #C-1 Redhawk Golf Course.........................45100 Redhawk Pkwy. Scuba Center Temecula.......28860 Old Town Front St. # A-9 Temecula Elem. School Pool.....................41951 Moraga Rd. TVCD Studio........................28780 Old Town Front St. #B5-9 TVHS Tennis Courts.........................31555 Rancho Vista Rd.

Places of Interest:

“Letters Home” - A Veteran’s Memorial Japanese Friendship Garden - a gift from Sister City Daisen-Nakayama, Japan “Singing in the Rain” September 11th Memorial - a gift from Sister City Leidschendam-Voorburg, The Netherlands The above places of interest are located at the Temecula Duck Pond, 28250 Ynez Rd. (Marker: 30)

Temecula Parks and Facilities Map

Creating Community Through People, Parks and Programs “It’s What We Do!”


Picnic Shelter Rentals

Park Information

The City of Temecula’s park system currently consists of 38 beautiful parks that are maintained year-round and available for public and recreational use. Refer to page 44 for a complete park listing. These parks are monitored by Park Rangers who support the Community Services Department by directly assisting citizens in understanding and maintaining the safety rules and regulations established within the park system. The following is helpful information regarding park guidelines and rules: All Neighborhood Parks not listed below close at dusk. All Special Use Parks listed below close at 10:00pm.

Reservations are accepted during office hours at the Community Recreation Center, 30875 Rancho Vista Rd., 694-6410.

Harveston Community Park,

Harveston Community Park Harveston Lake Park Margarita Community Park Paloma Del Sol Park Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park Ronald Reagan Sports Park

28582 Harveston Drive

Located at the new Harveston Community Park, features two picnic shelters with a tot lot, built-in barbecues, and picnic tables. Both picnic shelters can be rented together to accommodate larger parties.

Ronald Reagan Sports Park, 30875 Rancho Vista Road

Located at the northeast corner of the park, the picnic shelter has two built-in barbecues, four picnic tables and a playground the kids will enjoy.

Pala Community Park, 44900 Temecula Lane

Another great place for your group picnic, outing or birthday party. The picnic shelter has a built-in barbecue, four picnic tables and playground. Tennis, basketball and sand volleyball is also available in the park on a first-come, firstserved basis.

Margarita Community Park, 29119 Margarita Road

The picnic shelter has a built-in barbecue, picnic tables and playground. Hockey and tennis are also available in the park on a first-come, first-served basis.

Temeku Hills Park Shelter, 31367 La Serena Way

Enjoy our park with a castle and ship play structure for your little pirates and princesses to play on! The picnic shelter has a built-in barbecue, three picnic tables and a playground.

Facility Rentals

Looking for that special place for a memorable wedding reception, family reunion or company picnic? Do you need space to hold a seminar, meeting or a banquet? We have just the place for you. Call the Community Services Department at 694-6410 to schedule an appointment to tour our facilities or call to make your reservation.

Community Recreation Center (CRC) 30875 Rancho Vista Road, (951) 694-6410

The perfect setting for your next special event, banquet, reception, large party or meeting. Facility has a full-service kitchen and can accommodate groups from 15 to 300 with banquet seating for 250.

Temecula Community Center (TCC) 28816 Pujol Street, (951) 694-6469

An ideal spot for groups needing a room to hold meetings, parties or receptions. The facility has a full-service kitchen and can accommodate 200 people.

Park Rules: • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Use caution and drive slowly in all parking areas. Loitering in City parks is not permitted. Help keep our parks clean. Please do not litter. Appropriate use of handicapped parking will be monitored. Fire lanes must remain open at all times. Dogs must be on a leash at all times. Please clean up after your dogs. Consumption of alcohol in the park system is prohibited. Flying balloons, planes, rockets, and fireworks are not permitted. Party jumps must be pre-approved. Call 694-6410 for information. Selling merchandise or providing services in City park sites or City recreational facilities without approval is prohibited. Overnight parking is prohibited at all park sites and facilities. For safety purposes, the use of private boats, powered model boats or watercraft of any kind is prohibited at the Temecula Duck Pond and Harveston Lake Park.

“Enjoy Your Parks Responsibly”

Multi-Use Trails and Bikeways

The City of Temecula’s trail system currently consists of approximately 97 miles of bike lanes and 22 miles of trails. There are bikeway and trail connections to many of our park sites, schools, and other points of interest within the City. You can download a copy of the Guide to Temecula’s Trails & Bikeways at the city website or call Community Services at 694-6480 to request to have a printed copy of the map mailed to your home. To report hazards on the trails or bike lanes please contact Public Works at 694-6411.

Mary Phillips Senior Center (MPSC) 41845 Sixth Street, (951) 694-6464

The facility has a full-service kitchen, meeting room and a multipurpose room that can accommodate 100 people.



Registration Information & Policies For registration questions or assistance visit our website at or call the Community Services Department at 694-6480.

Registration Begins: Dec 1st!




Online registration is the quickest way to register for classes and activities. This system is secure, simple to use and the best part is you can register for classes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! With just a few clicks you will be ready to experience online registration and all the benefits it has to offer. If you are new to the system, click on the NEW USER button. If you are returning users, click on the LOGIN button and then search for your desired classes. If you need assistance with the online registration call 694-6480.

Save Time.....Register Online:


You may register in person using cash, check or credit card at the following locations: Locations: Days: Hours: (CRC) Community Recreation Center, (951) 694-6410 Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:45pm (CC) Civic Center, (951) 694-6480 Mon-Fri 8:00-5:00pm


Check payments ONLY can be mailed with a completed and signed Activity Registration Form to the below address. Registration forms can be downloaded at TCSD can not guarantee space in classes and activities for mailed registrations. If space is not available in an activity upon receipt of the mailed registration the participant will be notified of an alternate class. CSD Activities, P.O. Box 9033, Temecula, CA 92589



Registration Policies and Procedures Please Register Early!

We recommend registering early for all classes and activities. Recreation classes must meet a minimum enrollment. If class minimum is not met classes will be cancelled. Registered class participants will be notified of an alternate class, if one is available. A full refund will be given for activities cancelled by the City of Temecula.

Pre-Registration and Payments

Pre-registration is required for all classes and activities. Class instructors are only authorized to accept class material fees when noted. All activity and class registration fees must be paid directly to the City of Temecula in the payment methods listed above.

Wait List

If an activity or class you are interested in becomes full we recommend enrolling onto the wait list. Wait list enrollments can be processed using the online registration system. If space becomes available participants on the wait list will be contacted in the order they were received. Class wait lists are reviewed on a regular basis to determine if additional class sessions or class sizes can be increased.

Missed Classes and Class Changes

Class fees will not be pro-rated or credited for missed sessions. The City reserves the right to cancel activities, substitute instructors, change locations and/ or dates and times as necessary. In the event that a class has changed the City will make every effort to contact all registered participants.

Transfers and Refunds • • •

All requests for transfers and/or refunds must be requested 5 business days prior to the class start date. A 20% cancellation fee will be deducted from all refunds. Requests for refunds or transfers made within the 5 business days can be emailed to or by calling the Community Services Department at 694-6480. If a participant is dissatisfied with a class, they must contact Tracy Masters, Sr. Recreation Coordinator at or by phone at 694-6480 prior to the second class to request a credit that can be applied to another class in the future. If a participant is unable to continue in a class after the class has begun due to an health issue, a medical excuse must be provided to obtain a credit that can be used to retake the class or applied to another class in the future. Charges for classes attended will be deducted from the credit.


City of Temecula Community Services Department P.O. Box 9033 Temecula, CA 92589-9033



Residential Customer Temecula, CA


We’re Moving! The City of Temecula will be relocating City offices to the new Civic Center Complex, located at 41000 Main Street. Relocation is anticipated to be complete by late-December, 2010. In the meantime, all department phone numbers will remain the same. Please be sure to watch for future announcements regarding relocation dates, or call (951) 694-6480.

City of Temecula Recreation Guide: Winter/Spring 2011