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2 - DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE

A Message from the Director: Summer is here! With summer comes plenty of free time for you, your family and friends to enjoy the many recreational opportunities the City of Temecula has to offer. Camps, swimming, dance classes, tennis lessons, art, music lessons and more. The City of Temecula Community Services Department offers a wide range of classes and activities for your enjoyment. Join us at our 2nd Annual Community Services Expo to be held on Saturday, May 30th at Temeku Hills Park for an opportunity to meet the instructors and pre-register for many of the classes and activities offered in our Guide to Leisure Activities. Among the highlights of our summer activities are the weekly community events, F.A.M. nights, Family Fun Nights, the “free” Summer Concert Series, and the “free” Movie in the Park series. With 38 parks, a state-of-the-art Public Library, a Community Theater, History Museum and a Children’s Museum, the door is open for a vast array of physical, cultural, and recreational enjoyment. The 2009 Summer/Fall Guide to Leisure Activities is full of many recreational opportunities for you to enjoy. With our quick and easy, online registration you are one click away to a summer of fun. If our staff can be of any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the Community Services Department at (951) 694-6480. We are here for you! Sincerely, Herman D. Parker Director of Community Services

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Board of Directors

Chuck Washington……………….President Jeff Comerchero………………….Vice-President Maryann Edwards………………. Director Mike Naggar………………………Director Ronald H. Roberts………………. Director

City of Temecula

Shawn Nelson…………………… City Manager Aaron Adams……………………. Assistant City Manager Bob Johnson……………………. Assistant City Manager Grant Yates………………………. Deputy City Manager

Community Services Commission James Meyler……………………. Chairman Thomas W. Edwards……………..Vice-Chairman Charolette Fox…………………… Commissioner Felicia Hogan……………………..Commissioner Michael McCracken………………Commissioner

Community Services Department

Herman D. Parker………………. Director of Community Services Martin Betz………………………. Cultural Arts Administrator Kevin Harrington………………… Maintenance Superintendent Cathy McCarthy…………………. Development Services Administrator Julie Pelletier……………………. Recreation Superintendent

Community Services Department Staff Dawn Adamiak……………………Senior Recreation Coordinator Candice Adkisson-Flohr…………Recreation Supervisor Bea Barnett……………………… Patron Services Coordinator Bruce Beers……………………… Theater Services Manager Robin Gilliland…………………… Museum Services Manager Jeff Lawrence…………………… Recreation Supervisor Tracy Masters…………………… Senior Recreation Coordinator Wendell Ott……………………… Museum Services Manager Barbara Smith…………………… Senior Management Analyst 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

Commission Meetings

The Community Services Commission meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:00pm in City Hall Council Chambers, 43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula, CA 92589-9033.

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.

Celebration!

Help us celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the first Temecula U.S. Post Office. For detailed information check out the Temecula Valley Museum event information on page 28.

WE ARE HERE FOR YOU! 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.”

“WE CREATE COMMUNITY THROUGH PEOPLE, PARKS & PROGRAMS”


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Director’s Message FREE Summer Events Family Fun Nights & F.A.M. Fall Events Holiday Events Summer Camps Teen Events Youth Enrichment Performing Arts Visual Arts Sports Health & Fitness Personal Enrichment Temecula Children’s Museum Old Town Temecula Community Theater The Merc Temecula Valley Museum Temecula’s Libraries Mary Phillips Senior Center High Hopes Program FIT & Temecula’s Trails Sports Facilities & Leagues Temecula Skate Park Facility Rentals Community Services Information City Facilities & Places of Interest Facilities Map Aquatics Swim Registration Form Activity Registration Form Online Registration

3 - COMMUNITY SERVICES EXPO

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4 - FREE SUMMER EVENTS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY!

FREE Fun for the Family All Summer Long!

Come enjoy a fun family night in the park. Listen to the live music from The Answer, crafts for kids, food vendors, hot air balloon glow at dusk and a movie, Kung Fu Panda. You don’t want to miss this great night in Temecula! Date: Friday, July 10th Time: 5:30-10:00pm Location: Ronald Reagan Sports Park Fee: FREE

MOONLIGHT MOVIES IN THE PARK

The City of Temecula Community Services Department presents the “2009 Moonlight Movies in the Park” Series, at various park sites on Friday evenings during the months of July and August. Activities begin at 6:30pm and the movies are shown at dusk. Refreshments will be available for purchase. Bring a blanket and a picnic dinner, and come on down to the park for a family movie under the stars. Date Movie Fri, Jul 10 Kung Fu Panda* Fri, Jul 17 RV Fri, Jul 24 Polar Express** Fri, Jul 31 The Perfect Game Fri, Aug 7 Madagascar 2 Fri, Aug 14 Hook*** Fri, Aug 21 WallE **Low back lawn chairs only**

Location Ronald Reagan Sports Park Temeku Hills Park Temecula Amphitheater Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park Temeku Hills Park Harveston Community Park Temecula Duck Pond

The Community Services Department has confirmed movies are PG.

*Jul 10 Special Event - “Aglow in the Park” Hot air balloons, vendors, live music and more! **Jul 24 Family Fun Night – “Christmas in July” ***Aug 14 Family Fun Night “A Pirates Life for Me”

SUMMER SUNSETS CONCERT SERIES

We are proud to present the annual “Summer Sunsets Concert Series”, Thursday nights during the months of July and August at the Temecula Amphitheater located at the CRC, 30875 Rancho Vista Road. Free face painting and balloon art! All concerts begin at 7:00pm and end at 8:30pm. Date

Performance

Thu, Jul 2 Thu, Jul 9 Thu, Jul 16 Thu, Jul 23 Thu, Jul 30 Thu, Aug 20

Turn the Page – A Tribute to Bob Seger The Answer – Great American Class Rock Hot August Night – A Tribute to Neil Diamond The Mardels – San Diego’s Best Party Band Bella Donna – A Tribute to Stevie Nicks The Rockit Scientist – Hit’s of the 60’s, 70’s & 80”s

For more information please call 694-6480 or visit us at www.cityoftemecula.org. Venue subject to change.

For additional information please call (951) 694-6480 or visit www.cityoftemecula.org


5 - SUMMER EVENTS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY!

Family PJ Party

Put on your best pj’s and join us at the biggest pajama party in town. Games, crafts, prizes and a pajama fashion show. Registration is required for all participants over the age of 2. Children under the age of 2 are free. Location: CRC Fee: $3/person Activity # Date Day Time 8102.204 Nov 13 Fri 6:30-8:30pm

Christmas in July

Join us for some Christmas Cheer! Games will be played, crafts will be made and then watch the Movie in the Park, Polar Express. Pre-registration is not required for this event. Location: CRC Date Day Time Jul 24 Fri 6:00-10:00pm

A Pirates Life for Me

Ahoy Mates! Join us to hunt for buried treasure and watch the Movie in the Park, Hook. Pre-registration is not required. Location: CRC Date Day Time Aug 14 Fri 6:00-10:00pm

Skate Night

Roll on over to the hockey arena for some skating fun. Games, prizes and live music….don’t miss out on the fun, register today. Pre-registration is required for all participants over the age of 2. Location: RRSP – Hockey Arena Fee: $3/person Activity # Date Day Time 8102.201 Sep 18 Fri 6:30-8:30pm

Peltzer Pumpkin Farm

Have some Fall fun at the Peltzer Pumpkin Farm. Enjoy goats, sheep and chicks in the petting area, go crazy in the Mound-o-hay, ride the train and watch the pig races. Preregistration is required and all participants must be registered to attend. Children receive all activities and a “soccer-ball” sized pumpkin. Parents will receive one train ride only. Utilize below activity numbers when registering. Location: Peltzer Pumpkin Farm, 39925 Calle Contento Date Day Time Oct 9 Fri 5:30-8:00pm Children (1-17) Activity#: 8102.202 Fee: $10/person Adults (18+) Activity#: 8102.203 Fee: $5/person

F.A.M. - Family Activities on Mondays Looking for a fun way to spend time with your family this summer? Join us every Monday in July and August for these FREE events the whole family will enjoy! Pre-registration is not required, so just come on by and join the fun. Location: CRC* Time: 6:30-8:30pm Fee: FREE

Wacky Wonders

Date: Jul 6

Food Fun

Date: Jul 13

Temecula’s Got Talent

Date: Jul 20

Family Field Games

Date: Jul 27

We’re kicking off FAM with some wacky experiments.

Join us for games, healthy eating tips, and snack making!

Sing a song, tell a joke, play an instrument. Show us your best talent. Tee-Ball, basketball, golf and more!

(*This event is held at Harveston Community Park, 28582 Harveston Drive)

Family Feud

Date: Aug 3

Cartooning with Bigfoot

Date: Aug 10

Popcorn & Movie Night

Date: Aug 17

Grab your family…..it’s time to play the feud!

Learn how to draw cartoon characters from local professional cartoonist, Tony Moramarco of Bigfoot Graphics. Celebrate the last FAM night of the summer with Delicious popcorn and a movie, Snowball Express.


6 - SUMMER & FALL EVENTS

Mother/Son Storm Baseball Day

The City of Temecula Community Services Department and the Lake Elsinore Storm are teaming up to give Mothers and sons a spectacular day to spend together. Join us at the Diamond Stadium for a Storm baseball game, food and fun activities just for you and your special guy. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to enjoy a fun-filled day with your son. Registration Deadline: Aug 1 Fee: $15/person *Includes game ticket, meal and activities! Activity # Date Day Time Location 8200.201 Aug 9 Sun 4:00-7:30pm Diamond Stadium – Lake Elsinore

The call for entries for the 2009 Temecula Youth Media Arts Festival is now open. The festival is open to filmmakers and other digital media artists age 18 and under. The 3rd Annual Festival includes categories for drama, comedy, documentary, experimental, music video, family project and a new category for young artists to produce a marketing poster. There is a $15 fee per entry. Discounts for multiple entries on a case-by-base basis. For detailed information about this years Festival visit www.cityoftemecula.org. For Film Festival ticket information, call 1.866.OLD.TOWN.

2009

Deadline for Entries: Jul 31 Poster Contest Deadline: Jul 31 Film Festival Dates: Sep 10-12

City of Temecula September 11th Remembrance Join Temecula residents to remember the events of 8 years ago. Light a candle to be placed in the Duck Pond, listen to live music and write a special message in our keepsake journal. Location: Temecula Duck Pond Date Day Time Sep 11 Fri 6:00-7:30pm

NYPD FDNY

Temecula’s Halloween Family Carnival Attention all Super Heroes, pumpkins, and astronauts! Join us for an old-fashioned family carnival. Dress in a costume and enter the costume contest. Enjoy the carnival games, face painting, fun jumps and more. Don’t forget to get your screaming voice ready for the screaming contest. You don’t want to miss this fun annual family event. Location: Ronald Reagan Sports Park Roller - Hockey Arena Date Day Time Oct 30 Fri 5:30-8:30pm

Fee $5/unlimited wristband (excludes food vendors)

A Screaming Good Time for the Whole Family!


from the City of Temecula

12th 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 live entertainment, refreshments and holiday fun for the entire family! Location: Temecula Duck Pond Fee: FREE Date Day Time Dec 3 Thu 7:00-8:00pm

Holiday Lights & Festive Sights

Is your home the beacon of light in your neighborhood around the holidays? Do people flock to your house to look at your holiday lights? We want to include you on our Holiday Lights & Festive Sights Home Decorating Map. You can be on the map as a resident or neighborhood. The map will be available on the city’s website, www.cityoftemecula.org. Bring some holiday spirit to Temecula this year, sign-up today! Applications available: Nov 9 Deadline to enter: Dec 7

Holiday Lights Bus Tour

Join us to view some of the homes and neighborhoods included on the Holiday Lights & Festive Sights Home Decorating Map. Buses will depart from the Community Recreation Center. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Fee: $5/person Activity # Date Day Time 4449.201 Dec 9 Wed 6:30-8:30pm 4449.202 Dec 10 Thu 6:30-8:30pm 4449.203 Dec 11 Fri 6:30-8:30pm (Kid’s PJ Night) 4449.204 Dec 12 Sat 5:30-7:30pm (Kid’s PJ Night) 4449.205 Dec 18 Fri 6:30-8:30pm 4449.206 Dec 19 Sat 5:30-7:30pm (Kid’s PJ Night)

Holiday Craft Workshop

Hey kids, do you need ideas for holiday gifts? Is your piggy bank almost empty and you still have some gifts to buy? Our holiday craft workshop is priced just right for you! Our staff have come up with some great gift ideas. Join us for a fun-filled morning and leave your holiday worries behind. Family participation is encouraged. Location: TCC Date Day Time Fee Dec 5 Sat 10:00am-1:00pm $1/per craft

Breakfast with Santa & Santa’s Workshop Santa’s Electric Light Parade

Join us as we say “Happy 20th Birthday Temecula” at the 17th annual Santa’s Electric Light Parade. Entry forms will be available beginning September 21st on the city’s website, at www.cityoftemecula.org. Remember, all entries need to have lights and incorporate our special theme “Happy 20th Birthday Temecula”. For more information please call 694-6480 and visit the city’s website for parking information at the event. Deadline to register: Nov 4th. Location: Jefferson Avenue, traveling North from Del Rio Road to Overland Drive. Date Day Time Dec 4 Fri 7:00pm step off

Don’t miss one of Temecula’s most anticipated holiday events! Share a special moment with your child as Santa visits Temecula. Eat a delicious breakfast, enjoy live holiday entertainment, and decorate holiday cookies at Santa’s Workshop. This is one holiday event the whole family will enjoy. Space is very limited, so please register early! Parents....Don’t forget to bring your cameras. Date: Sat, Dec 12 Location: CRC Fee: $7/person

(Infants under the age of 12 months and not requiring a seat are FREE)

Activity # 4448.201 4448.202 4448.203 4448.204

Time 8:00am 9:00am 10:00am 11:00am

7 - HOLIDAY EVENTS

Happy Holidays!


8 - SUMMER CAMPS

Complete Tennis Camp for Kids Ages: 7-13 Years

EMH Sports Lamond Murray’s Real Run Basketball Clinic Ages: 12-18 Years

EMH Sports Coaches and 12-year NBA legend Lamond Murray (LA Clippers, Cleveland Cavaliers, Toronto Raptors) have teamed up to offer The Real Run Basketball Clinic. Clinic is for intermediate to advanced students who wish to perfect their game. Real Run is a skills training program that helps athletes recognize what it means to be intense and to play with mental toughness. A combination of competitive drills and games will be played. Clinic will bring a fresh look to the topic of competition and how a positive approach will help athletes excel. Mr. Murray and the EMH coaches will be instructing daily. Instructor: EMH Sports Location: CRC Gym Fee: $150/Camp

Boy’s Clinic Class# 1835.201

Camp Dates Days Jul 27-Jul 31 Mon-Fri

Girl’s Clinic Class# 1840.201

Camp Dates Days Jul 27-Jul 31 Mon-Fri

Time 8:30am-10:30am Time 10:30am-12:30pm

Football Conditioning Skills Camp Ages: 5-18 Years The EMH Football Camp is for beginners to advanced players. Coaches stress running mechanics, acceleration complexes, agility drills, and conditioning and football techniques for every position both individually and as a team. This is a great readiness camp for the fall football programs. This is a non-contact camp. Participants will be put into age appropriate groups. Campers should bring a water bottle, sunscreen, and wear cleats. Instructor: EMH Sports Location: RRSP – North/South Fields Fee: $75/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1820.201 Jul 13-Jul 17 Mon-Fri 8:30-10:30am

The CTC for Kids is designed to keep the fun in tennis while working on the “fun”damentals. Camp activities include stroke and strategy drills, fun games and mini-tournament competition. Kids of all abilities and experience are welcome. Camp fee includes camp t-shirt. Instructor: Kerry Leander, U.S.P.T.A. Coach Location: TVHS Tennis Courts Fee: $95/Camp Class# Camp Dates Day Time 1410.102 Jun 15-Jun 19 Mon-Fri 1:30-4:30pm 1410.103 Jun 22-Jun 26 Mon-Fri 1:30-4:30pm 1410.104 Jun 29-Jul 2* Mon-Thu 1:30-4:30pm* 1410.201 Jul 6-Jul 10 Mon-Fri 1:30-4:30pm

*”Camp Under the Lights” – 4-day camp and Parent/Child Night. For this session only, campers and parents return on the last evening of camp (Jul 2nd) from 7:00-9:00pm. Campers can demonstrate their new skills for parents and have some play time together.

Beginning Golf Camp Ages: 8-17 Years

Looking for a great activity for your child during the summer? Look no further! This exciting camp will teach your child the fundamentals of golf in a fun atmosphere by PGA Professional Steve Adamiak and his trained staff. Golf clubs will be provided or can be purchased on site. Wear comfortable shoes and don’t forget your sunblock! Instructor: Steve Adamiak Location: Redhawk Golf Course Fee: $69/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1505.103 Jun 15-Jun 19 Mon/Tue/Fri 9:00-11:00am 1505.104 Jun 22-Jun 26 Mon/Tue/Fri 9:00-11:00am 1505.201 Aug 3-Aug 7 Mon/Thu/Fri 8:30-10:30am

Crazy Cartoon Camp Ages: 7-13 Years

Once again, Bigfoot was asked to bring his awesome Cartoon Camp back for more fun-filled summer sessions! Campers will watch cartoons, draw cartoons and play cartoon themed games. All supplies and a snack will be provided daily. Our crazy activities may get a bit messy, so make sure your camper dresses accordingly. Sunscreen and tennis shoes are required. This is the only camp of its type, 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

Animals, Animals, Animals Multisport Camp Ages: 5-18 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, a gymtype shoe, and soccer shin guards. Camp is for boys and girls and participants are divided into age appropriate groups Instructor: EMH Sports Location: RRSP – North/South Fields Fee: $55/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1825.201 Jun 22-Jun 26 Mon-Fri 8:30-10:30am 1825.202 Jul 6-Jul 10 Mon-Fri 8:30-10:30am 1825.203 Aug 3-Aug 7 Mon-Fri 8:30-10:30am

Class# 1444.201

Camp Dates Jul 27-Jul 31

Days Mon-Fri

Time 9:00am-12:00pm

Class# 1444.202

Camp Dates Aug 10-Aug 14

Days Mon-Fri

Time 9:00am-12:00pm

Cosmic Cartoons

Skateboard Design Ages: 10-17 Years

Design an original graphic for your skateboard. Students learn deck design, layout, stenciling, painting, and the application techniques. Deck, trucks, wheels, and bearings are included.

Instructor: City Staff Class# Camp Dates 1148.201 Jul 27-Jul 31 1148.202 Aug 3-Aug 7

Fee: $75/Camp Location: OTTCT Days Time Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm


This fun and interesting parent-child camp will enrich your child’s understanding of science and math. Campers perform hands-on experiments, watch science demonstrations as they learn science concepts. Campers are divided into groups according to ability and taught math concepts using highly effective Wonders! Systematic Math. Materials Fee: $20 due to instructor at camp. Instructor: Don & Josh Miller Location: TCC Fee: $110/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1905.201 Jul 20-Jul 23 Mon-Thu 1:30-4:30pm

Wonders! Science Super Camps Ages: 5-14 Years

These amazing science camps are hands-on fun from beginning to end! Campers perform over 50 terrific experiments, watch 30 incredible science demonstrations and learn why amazing things happen. Camps enrich your child’s thirst to know more about the world around them! Materials Fee: $20 due to instructor. Instructor: Don & Josh Miller Location: TCC Fee: $125/Camp

Super Camp #1

Build an electric motor, do wild expansion/contraction experiments, make an octopus that rises and falls, create a mini-camera, make launchers that soar, put together amazing slimes and super-balls, design invisible inks, fire rocket cars, and much more! Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1885.201 Jun 22-Jun 25 Mon-Thu 1:30-4:30pm

Super Camp #2

Construct the famous Australian Yowie caller, make a rock board, cast fossils, experiment with floating super-conductors, concoct slimes, make liquids bounce, build a balloon-copter, work frozen carbon dioxide wonders, create ultra-violet detectors and more! Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1885.202 Jul 6-Jul 9 Mon-Thu 1:30-4:30pm

Wonders! Science NASA Space Camp Ages: 5-14 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 and air rockets, eat astronaut treats and much more! Join this unforgettable exploration to the furthest reaches of the solar system and enrich your child’s thirst for space travel and the universe! Materials Fee: $20 fee due to instructor. Instructor: Don Miller Location: TCC Fee: $125/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1890.201 Jul 13-Jul 16 Mon-Thu 1:30-4:30pm

Summer Explorers Camp Ages: 8-10 Years

Let your kids develop a deeper understanding of local, natural and social history at the Temecula Valley Museum. Each camp explores a different time period and a variety of topics. Campers learn about historic preservation, handle artifacts, meet historians, geologists and anthropologists, make take-home projects, and participate in fun group activities. Bring a lunch, snack and bottled water. Fee: $65/Camp Days: Mon-Fri Time: 9:00am-1:00pm

Camp #1 – Natural History

Activity #: 1050.201 Dates: Jul 13-Jul 17 Natural History is the theme when we learn about the weather; bugs and insects; rocks, minerals and fossils; and explore the local area at the Santa Rosa Plateau and Western Center for Archaeology & Paleontology at Diamond Valley Lake.

Camp #2 – Native American Heritage

Activity #: 1050.202 Dates: Jul 20-Jul 24 Native American Heritage week delves into the lives of the first residents here in Temecula. Luiseño culture, tools, pictographs, games, rock art and storytelling are just a few of the topics explored by our local anthropological presenters. Learn about basket weaving and tour local Native American historical sites.

Camp #3 – New World Influences

Activity #: 1050.203 Dates: Jul 27-Jul 31 Camp explores the Mission era which brought agriculture, Spanish influence and new forms of transportation to the Temecula Valley. Have fun as we make adobe bricks, have a treasure hunt, make piñatas and plant seedlings. Take a trip to Mission San Luis Rey and learn about the colorful fiesta dances.

Camp #4 – Pioneer Life

Activity #: 1050.204 Dates: Aug 3-Aug 7 Pioneer Life is fun for the children as we weave; learn how to spin and dye yarn; see a blacksmith making brands and learn about the gold rush. A trip to the Vail Ranch site and guided tour of Old Town Temecula cap off this week of discovering the pioneers.

Jr. Detective Camp Ages: 7-12 Years

Become a Mad Science Jr. Detective and take a journey into the world of detection, forensics and classified information. Learn code language to send secret messages as part of your mission. Go undercover and decode messages from other agents. Investigate a pretend crime scene and sift through clues to crack the case. Follow Sherlock’s footsteps to learn what tracks and trails can teach us. Take home projects include a secret code breaker, undercover observer, whodunit kit, scene solver, spyglasses and more! Instructor: Mad Science Scientists Location: TCC Fee: $158/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1800.201 Aug 3-Aug 7 Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

Backyard Explorers Ages: 5-10 Years

Take a walk on the wild side and discover how animals adapt to their environments. Get up close with creepy, crawling creatures and explore the world of insects. Discover how to track an animal and use its “footprints” to learn how it lives. Learn about birds of prey and how they survive in the tree tops. Projects include a bug house, animal track, sundial, solar cooker, mini-skeleton and more! Instructor: Mad Science Scientists Location: TCC Fee: $158/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1800.202 Jul 20-Jul 24 Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

Register Early at

EXPO 2009! See Page 3 for Details

9 - SUMMER CAMPS

Wonders! Kinder Science & Math Camp Ages: 4-5 Years


10 - SUMMER CAMPS

TVCD Dance Camp Ages: 3-18 Years

Dance camp includes four days of fun and exciting classes in jazz, ballet, Hip-Hop, cheerleading basics, musical theater and character dancing. Campers will put on a performance for their parents on the last day of camp. Campers will be divided into separate age-appropriate groups and camp is designed for the beginner dancers. Campers should bring dance attire, ballet shoes, sneakers, bottled water and a healthy snack. Instructor: TVCD Staff Location: TVCD Studio

Little Tot Chef School Ages: 3-5 Years

Your little one will learn colors, shapes, fine motor skills, measuring, numbers and the five senses as they enjoy making different foods. Our veteran preschool administrator and author of “Creative Cakes Anyone Can Make” will make cooking and baking fun as your child learns to enjoy good foods. Each day your child will leave with handson learning, recipe cards and activity pages. Parent participation is required. Each child receives a “Chef in Training” apron. Materials Fee: $12 due to instructor. Instructor: Jill Foster Location: TCC Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1550.101 Jun 22-Jun 26 Mon-Fri 9:00am-10:30am 1550.102 Jun 22-Jun 26 Mon-Fri 11:00am-12:30pm 1550.201 Jun 29-Jul 2 Mon-Thu 9:30am-11:00am

Class# 1560.201

Ages: 3-4 Years

Camp Dates Jul 27-Jul 30

Days Mon-Thu

Time 9:00am-11:00am

Class# 1226.201

Camp Dates Jul 27-Jul 30

Days Mon-Thu

Time 9:00am-12:00pm

Class# 1227.201

Camp Dates Jul 27-Jul 30

Days Mon-Thu

Time 9:00am-12:00pm

Class# 1235.201

Camp Dates Jul 27-Jul 30

Days Mon-Thu

Time 9:00am-12:00pm

Ages: 5-7 Years

Ages: 8-11 Years

Ages: 12-18 Years

Fee $50/Camp $50/Camp $40/Camp

Kids Culinary Camp Ages: 5-8 Years

Become a chef at Culinary Camp! Your child will learn how to make nutritious and delicious recipes that are simple, safe and fun. Every child receives a “Kids Can Cook” apron and recipe book. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor. Instructor: Jill Foster Location: TCC Fee: $45/Camp Camp Dates Days Time Jul 6-Jul 9 Mon-Thu 9:30-11:00am

Kids in the Kitchen Ages: 8-12 Years

This camp will introduce kids to the kitchen where they’ll learn the fun and magic in creating delicious and nutritious recipes. Learn to navigate recipes, measure, practice food safety and taste new meals. Your child will feel great that they made something the whole family can enjoy. Each camper receives a “Kids Can Cook” apron. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor. Instructor: Jill Foster Location: TCC Fee: $45/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1675.201 Jul 13-Jul 16 Mon-Thu 9:30-11:00am

Intro to Fashion Design and Illustration Ages: 11-17 Years

Do you love clothes and enjoy putting together your own look? Explore the exciting world of fashion design and illustration in this workshop that focuses on form, movement, style, and technique. Develop skills at drawing profiles and features. Hairstyles, texture, and fabric draping also covered. Workshop concludes by drawing your creation on a full fashion figure. Students of all levels and experience welcome. Materials Fee: $15 due to instructor. Instructor: Yvonne Gaudet Location: TCC Fee: $75/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2770.201 Aug 3-Aug 6 Mon-Thu 1:30-3:30pm

Register EARLY at EXPO ‘09 to Secure Your Spot! See Page 3 for Details

Fee: $75/Camp

Class# 1220.201

Fee: $125/Camp

Fee: $125/Camp Fee: $125/Camp

Singing Stars Group Voice 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 photo will be given to each camper. Note: No additional charge for the recital. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor. Location: OTTCT Rehearsal Room Instructor: Esther Dernbach Fee: $95/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1355.201 Jun 29-Jul 2 Mon-Thu 10:00am-12:00pm

Temecula Valley Children’s Chorus Ages: 5-12 Years

A summer performance camp for children in the Temecula Valley. Learn singing and performance skills in a choral setting. Students will learn patriotic songs and perform at the City of Temecula’s Star Spangled 4th of July Parade and on the main stage at the 4th of July Extravaganza held at the Ronald Reagan Sports Park on the Fourth. There will be no additional charge for performances. Materials Fee: $15 for performance t-shirt. Instructor: Esther Dernbach Location: OTTCT Rehearsal Room Fee: $45/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1360.201 Jun 23-Jul 2 Tue/Thu 5:30-6:30pm

Pirate Adventure Ages: 3-6 Years

Ahoy Mateys! Come aboard as we travel to Pirate Island where we’ll find treasure chests, sandy beaches, colorful parrots and lots of fun adventure! We create treasure maps, golden dubloons, sea monsters, ships, and more! Along the way, we’ll play games, sing songs, read pirate stories, and hunt for treasure! Arrgh! Camp is for both boys and girls! Campers should bring a water bottle and snack to camp. Fee includes materials and a camp t-shirt. Space is limited. Instructor: Abrakadoodle Staff Location: TCC Fee: $129/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days 2950.201 Jul 27-Jul 30 Mon-Thu

Time 1:30-4:00pm


This is a season long video game tournament! Sign-up as a single or two player team. Teams will face off with other teams weekly and standings are recorded. Teams with the best records will compete in the play-off’s for the chance to compete in the “Super Bowl” tournament. Call 694-6469 for details and locations. Dates Day Time Fee Jun 22-Jul 18 Mon-Fri 8:00am-8:00pm $10

EPICENTER - Where Teens Rock!

The Education 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 pool, 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 and events: www.MySpace.com/TemeculaYouth EPICENTER Hours: Location: CRC Day Times (subject to change) Monday thru Friday 2:30pm-8:45pm Saturday 10:00am-8:45pm Sunday 1:00pm-5:00pm

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 will play a significant role in planning City events by becoming involved in City policies. Focus will be on service learning, leadership development, field trips, and guest panel discussions. The Kouncil meets weekly to discuss programs and ideas on how to make our great City even better. If you are interested in becoming a member, please call 694-6469. Dates Day Time Jun 16-Dec 15 Tue 6:00-7:00pm

Dance Fusion Ages: Middle School

Mark your calendar and get your friends together because this summer is going to BEAT any summer you’ve had before. All you need is your Temecula school ID. There will be snacks for sale, a place to kick-back, and dancing to the hottest beats with the coolest DJ in town! Don’t have a school ID? Have your parents verify your grade and you are in! Register now for $3 or pay $5 at the door. Location: CRC Activity# Dates Day Time 2350.201 Jun 19 Fri 6:30-9:00pm 2350.202 Aug 14 Fri 6:30-9:00pm

Kick-Back@ThePool

The Youth Advisory Kouncil will be hosting this cool event! Spend the night kickingback, swimming and dancing to the spinning beats of the hottest DJ in town! Don’t forget your Temecula school ID and your towel. Location: CRC Pool Fee: $3

Middle School Activity# 2550.201

Dates Jun 27

Day Sat

Time 6:00-9:00pm

Activity# 2560.201

Dates Jul 11

Day Sat

Time 6:00-9:00pm

High School

Chatterbox Ages 11-18 Years

We are excited to announce the first ever panel discussion program. Listed below are important topics that are “issues” or “concerns” that are facing youth today! Topics will be discussed in a safe environment which allows youth and presenters the ability to speak freely and openly. Future topic requests may be suggested by calling 694-6469. Location: CRC Dates Day Time Topics Oct 13 Tue 6:00pm Why College...What’s in it for me? Nov 10 Tue 6:00pm HELP...I need a ride! Transportation options. Dec 8 Tue 6:00pm No one hears me...where do I turn for help?

1st Annual Temecula Jr. Open Novice Tennis Tournament Ages: Boys/Girls Divisions 12’s, 14’s, 16’s, 18’s

The Temecula Community Services Department is proud to be a newly recognized member of the United States Tennis Association and is excited to sponsor this USTA sanctioned event. All participants must be current USTA members in order to participate. Information to join available at www.usta.com. Pre-registration is required. Deadline to Register: Aug 21 Activity# Dates Day Fee Location 6600.201 Aug 28-30 Fri-Sun $20 TVHS

Extreme Life Choices Conference Ages: High School

Here is a chance for you and your friends to learn the benefits of making positive extreme life choices. This great FREE event includes awesome guest speaker’s who will discuss youth relevant topics, lunch, a pro and semi-pro skateboard and BMX demonstration, a FREE t-shirt and tons of giveaways! Location: CRC Date Day Time Sep 19 Sat 10:30am-2:30pm

College and Vocational Invitational Ages 16-18 Years

You are invited to the 1st Annual College and Vocational Invitational. This event provides the current junior and senior high school students of Temecula Valley an opportunity to speak with representatives about their post secondary options. Explore the many different avenues available to you locally and nationally. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore your future! No registration required. Date Day Time Location Sep 26 Sat 10:00am-2:00pm Promenade Mall

Rocktober Fest Ages 11-18 Years

We keep hearing you say that you want more music so, Rocktober Fest is here! This exciting all day event will include performances by local bands, lots of food, fun games and plenty of prizes. Space is limited, so get your tickets today! Location: CRC Fee: $5 Activity# Dates Day Time 6670.201 Oct 10 Sat 12:00-9:00pm

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Madden Season Tournament Ages: 11-18 Years


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Good Morning Sunshine Ages: 7 Months-18 Months

Share precious time with little one while enhancing and stimulating motor skills and language development for baby. Class explores a variety of developmental activities; from sign language, to musical instrument play, movement and dance activities. Parents and caregivers, enjoy participating in a fun and educational experience with baby. Note: Please bring a large towel to each class. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor Instructor: Marianne Masino Location: CRC Fee: $50/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1400.201 Sep 3-Oct 8 Thu 10:00-10:45am 1400.202 Oct 15-Nov 19 Thu 10:00-10:45am

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

This exciting new class will help you teach your toddler while having fun at the same time. Come join me as we introduce them to learning through arts and crafts, nursery rhymes and songs, music and movement and social interaction with other children their age. Activities will help develop cognitive, motor and language skills. Each class is an hour and half long and filled with excitement for both you and your child to share together. Come learn and play with me! Note: Please bring a large towel to each class. This is an ongoing class and enrollment is recommended for each session for continuing class development. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor at class. Instructor: Mary Anne Russo Location: TCC Fee: $30/3 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1130.201 Aug 17-Aug 31 Mon 10:00-11:30am 1130.202 Sep 14-Sep 28 Mon 10:00-11:30am 1130.203 Oct 5-Oct 26* Mon 10:00-11:30am 1130.204 Nov 2-Nov 16 Mon 10:00-11:30am 1130.205 Nov 30-Dec 14 Mon 10:00-11:30am *Class Skip Date: Oct 12

The Potty Tots Introduction to Potty Training Ages: 2-4 Years* (*Potty training age/child showing signs of readiness)

The Potty Tots Potty Training program is the most FUN your child will have learning to go potty! The Potty Tots are adorable preschool characters who will teach your child the steps of potty training in an exciting new way. Parents or caregivers will accompany toddlers to class where they receive effective strategies and ideas for positive reinforcement. Participate in this interactive and fun program that teaches the six steps of potty training through activities including story time, movie time, music time and bubble fun! Parents will receive a potty training information packet and children will receive their own Potty Tots Training Kit, which includes a story book, animated DVD, illustrated potty chart, stickers and a progress/reward game. Instructor: Jill Leech Location: CRC Fee: $28.50/Workshop Class# Dates Day Time 1625.201 Jul 11 Sat 10:00-11:00am 1625.202 Aug 8 Sat 10:00-11:00am 1625.203 Sep 26 Sat 10:00-11:00am 1625.204 Oct 24 Sat 10:00-11:00am 1625.205 Nov 14 Sat 10:00-11:00am 1625.206 Dec 5 Sat 10:00-11:00am

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

Take advantage of spending quality time with your child before they grow up and are in school full time. Come experience an educational and structured parent and me preschool program with activities that will introduce them to colors, shapes, letters, numbers and music. It is recommended that you bring a sack lunch for you and your child, a large towel and a paint shirt to each class. Note: Enrollment is recommended in each session for continuing class development. A materials fee is due to instructor which will be discussed at the first class. Instructor: Mary Anne Russo Location: TCC

Tuesdays

Class# 1115.201 1115.202 1115.203 1115.204

Class Dates Aug 18-Sep 1 Sep 8-Sep 29 Oct 6-Oct 27 Nov 3-Dec 8*

Day Tue Tue Tue Tue

Time 10:00am-12:30pm 10:00am-12:30pm 10:00am-12:30pm 10:00am-12:30pm

Wednesdays

Class# Class Dates Day Time 1120.201 Aug 19-Sep 2 Wed 10:00am-12:30pm 1120.202 Sep 9-Sep 30 Wed 10:00am-12:30pm 1120.203 Oct 7-Oct 28 Wed 10:00am-12:30pm 1120.204 Nov 4-Dec 9* Wed 10:00am-12:30pm *Class Skip Date: Nov 11, Nov 24, Nov 25

Tiny Tots Ages: 3-5 Years

Fee $42/3 Wks $55/4 Wks $55/4 Wks $70/5 Wks Fee $42/3 Wks $55/4 Wks $55/4 Wks $55/4 Wks

Tiny Tots is a structured recreational program with emphasis on socialization and fun. Your child will enjoy music, fun craft projects, storytelling and many other learning activities. Children must be potty trained to participate 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 and a copy of their birth certificate must be presented at the first class. Children must be four years of age when enrolling in Fabulous 4’s and 5’s. REGISTRATION NOTES: Due to limited space this program is available to Temecula residents only. Proof of residency must be presented at first class. Nonresidents can contact the CRC to be placed on a wait list. PARTICIPANTS MAY ENROLL IN ONLY ONE CLASS PER SESSION

TERRIFIC 3’s

Session 1

Class# Class Dates 1040.201 Jun 15-Jul 22 1040.202 Jun 15-Jul 22

Fee: $60/6 Wks

Days Mon/Wed Mon/Wed

Time 9:15am-10:45am 11:00am-12:30pm

Days Mon/Wed Mon/Wed

Time 9:15am-10:45am 11:00am-12:30pm

Days Mon/Wed Mon/Wed

Time 9:15am-10:45am 11:00am-12:30pm

Session 2

Fee: $80/8 Wks

Session 3

Fee: $80/8 Wks

Class# Class Dates 1040.203 Aug 24-Oct 19* 1040.204 Aug 24-Oct 19* Class# Class Dates 1040.205 Oct 26-Dec 21* 1040.206 Oct 26-Dec 21*

FABULOUS 4’s and 5’s Session 1

Class# Class Dates 1045.201 Jun 16-Jul 23 1045.202 Jun 16-Jul 23

Fee: $60/6 Wks

Days Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

Time 9:15am-10:45am 11:00am-12:30pm

Days Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

Time 9:15am-10:45am 11:00am-12:30pm

Session 2

Fee: $80/8 Wks

Session 3

Fee: $80/8 Wks

Class# Class Dates 1045.203 Aug 25-Oct 15 1045.204 Aug 25-Oct 15

Class# Class Dates Days 1045.205 Oct 27-Dec 22* Tue/Thu 1045.206 Oct 27-Dec 22* Tue/Thu *Class Skip Date: Sep 7, Nov 11, Nov 26

Time 9:15am-10:45am 11:00am-12:30pm


Looking for something fun to do with your child or grandchild? Participate in simple arts and crafts, music, story-time, and other activities designed to develop skills, awareness and socialization for your preschooler. Note: Please bring a snack for the two of you. Instructor: City Staff Location: CRC Fee: $3/Session Class# Class Dates Day Time Drop-in Sep 4-Dec 18 Fri 9:00-10:30am *Class Skip Date: Oct 23, Nov 27

Amazing Chefs Ages: 5-7 Years

Kids come learn to cook and make food you love! The best part is you will make new friends while eating what you made. Each class is a different cooking lesson. Fee includes all materials, so bring your apron and we will see you there! Instructor: Jill Foster Location: CRC Kitchen Fee: $10/Workshop Class# 1690.201 1690.202 1690.203 1690.204 1690.205

Dates Sep 21 Oct 5 Oct 19 Nov 2 Nov 16

Day Mon Mon Mon Mon Mon

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

Kids in the Kitchen Ages: 8-12 Years

Little Learners Ages: 3-Kindergarten

This drop off Preschool and Pre-Kindergarten class is a theme and letter based curriculum program that changes weekly. We have Large Group Time where children will learn by playing, exploring, questioning and experimenting with activity centers such as: blocks, dramatic play, sensory, science, and art along with Small Group Time where children will learn social interaction, cognitive development, and independence with activity centers such as: small motor, language, play dough and letter projects. We complete your Little Learners day with music & movement, games and story time. Your 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. Materials Needed: Cubby Bucket (Medium size bucket decorated with child’s name) and snack fee at first class of each session ($10 for 2 day class and $15 for 3 day class.) Instructor: Nichelle Trzop Location: HCPR

3 Year Olds

Morning Class (2 Days/Week) Class# 2000.201 2000.202 2000.203 2000.204

Class Dates Jul 7-Aug 13 Aug 18-Sep 24 Sep 29-Nov 5 Nov 10-Dec 17*

3-5 Year Olds

Afternoon Class (2 Days/Week) Class# 2010.201 2010.202 2010.203 2010.204

Class Dates Jul 7-Aug 13 Aug 18-Sep 24 Sep 29-Nov 5 Nov 10-Dec 17*

4-5 Year Olds

Time: 9:00am-12:00pm

Days Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

Time: 1:00-4:00pm

Days Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

Morning Class (3 Days/Week)

Fee $112/6 Wks $112/6 Wks $112/6 Wks $95/5 Wks

Fee $112/6 Wks $112/6 Wks $112/6 Wks $95/5 Wks

Time: 9:00am-12:00pm

Class# Class Dates Days Fee 2020.201 Jul 6-Aug 14 Mon/Wed/Fri $168/6 Wks 2020.202 Aug 17-Sep 25* Mon/Wed/Fri $168/6 Wks 2020.203 Sep 28- Nov 6 Mon/Wed/Fri $168/6 Wks 2020.204 Nov 9-Dec 18* Mon/Wed/Fri $140/5 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Sep 7, Nov 11, Nov 23-Nov 27

Class introduces Kids to the Kitchen where they’ll learn the fun and magic in creating delicious and nutritious recipes. Learn to navigate recipes, measure, practice food safety and taste new meals. Your child will feel great that they made something the whole family can enjoy. Each student will receive a “Kids Can Cook” apron. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor at class. Instructor: Jill Foster Location: CRC Kitchen Fee: $45/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1675.202 Sep 8-Sep 29 Tue 6:00-7:30pm

Teen Cuisine Ages: 13-17 Years

Do you have a teen that loves to cook? In Teen Cuisine they’ll learn to create delicious meals that are simple, quick and fun. Learn how to chop, shop, mix, mash, sauté and bake while tasting new recipes that will become family favorites. Fee includes culinary apron and recipe book. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor. Instructor: Jill Foster Location: CRC Kitchen Fee: $45/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1676.201 Sep 3-Sep 24 Thu 6:00-7:30pm

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Parent-N-Me Ages: 2-5 Years


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Music for Toddlers Ages: 18 Months-3 Years

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 in each lesson is required. Instructor: Susan Miyamoto Location: Miyamoto Music Studio

Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1125.201 Jul 8-Jul 29 Wed 10:00-10:30am $35/4 Wks 1125.202 Jul 11-Aug 1 Sat 10:00-10:30am $35/4 Wks 1125.203 Sep 1-Oct 13 Tue 10:00-10:30am $54/7 Wks 1125.204 Sep 2-Oct 14 Wed 10:00-10:30am $54/7 Wks 1125.205 Sep 5-Oct 17 Sat 10:00-10:30am $54/7 Wks 1125.206 Oct 24-Dec 12* Sat 10:00-10:30am $54/7 Wks 1125.207 Oct 27-Dec 15* Tue 10:00-10:30am $54/7 Wks 1125.208 Oct 28-Dec 16* Wed 10:00-10:30am $54/7 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Nov 24, Nov 25, Nov 28

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 play glockenspiels and rhythm instruments. Come and join the fun! Instructor: Susan Miyamoto Location: Miyamoto Music Studio Fee: $72/7 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1126.201 Sep 3-Oct 15 Thu 10:00-10:40am 1126.202 Oct 29-Dec 17* Thu 10:00-10:40am *Class Skip Dates: Nov 26

Class# 2450.201 2450.202

Class Dates Jul 18-Aug 8 Sep 3-Sep 24

Magical Wizard’s School Ages: 8-14 Years

Want to do magic like Harry Potter, Gandalf or Merlin? Learn real magic to fool your family and friends! This basic Magic Workshop is for youngsters who are just starting to become wizards. Learn magic tricks from using playing cards, coins, and other everyday objects. Gain confidence while overcoming stage fright and build skills with magic props. Class provides step-by-step explanation, hands-on instruction, group practice sessions and individual performance. Materials Fee: Optional $35 fee for magic supplies. Instructor: Tony Hardy Location: CRC Fee: $50/4 Wks Day Time Sat 1:00-2:30pm Thu 5:00-6:30pm

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Wonders! Kinder Science and Math Classes Ages: 4-5 Years

These fun and very interesting parent-child classes will greatly enrich your child’s understanding of both science and math. For the larger science portions, children will be performing various hands-on experiments and watching science demonstrations as they learn important science concepts. For the math portions, children will be divided into groups according to their ability and taught math concepts and facts using highly effective Wonders! Systematic Math. These classes are unique and participants can choose to take one or both. Materials Fee: $15 due to instructor. Instructor: Don Miller Location: CRC Fee: $70/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1775.201 Oct 6-Oct 27 Tue 10:00am-12:00pm 1775.202 Nov 3-Nov 24 Tue 10:00am-12:00pm

Wonders! Science Classes Ages: 6-14 Years

These science classes are hands-on fun from beginning to end! Students will perform over 30 terrific experiments, watch 20 incredible science demonstrations and learn why amazing things happen. 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: CRC Fee: $65/4 Wks

Fascinating Findings - Class 2A

Activity#: 1891.201 Dates: Sep 8-Sep 29 Day: Tue Time: 3:30-5:00pm Your child will observe unbelievable liquid frozen wonders, conduct surprising taste experiments, turn pennies into gold, crush objects with air pressure, create oozing Styrofoam blobs, mix fascinating polymer slimes, observe crystals and snow, fire tornados, genies that come out of bottles, elephant toothpaste, and the Wonders! Candy Cannon and much more! Clever Curiosities- Class 1A Activity#: 1891.202 Dates: Oct 6-Oct 27 Day: Tue Time: 3:30-5:00pm Your child will construct the famous Australian Yowie caller, make a hairy buddy that sinks and floats with a word, perform chemical chromatography, concoct incredible slimes, put together a fascinating rock board, build a balloon-copter, work frozen carbon dioxide wonders, create ultra-violet detectors, observe electric pickles, whoosh bottles, glowing metals, and much more! Dynamic Demos- Class 1B Activity#: 1891.203 Dates: Nov 3-Nov 24 Day: Tue Time: 3:30-5:00pm Your child will make amazing glow-in-the-dark signposts, twist light, work a steam engine, experiment with incredible bubbles, cast fossils, balance parents, make jelly beans glow, design invisible ink and much more.

Wonders! Locking in the Critical Basics of Math Ages: 6 - 13 Years

Math goes so much better when students have their basic facts locked in solidly. If a student is missing just a few facts, it can cause significant handicaps in progress, resulting in excessive laboring over problems. It can be discouraging, because of a few deficiencies or because a child’s calculating speed is slow. Participants will be individually tested. Techniques will be used to help master facts with speed. There will be an advanced group in each class and each class will have a different group. (See topic below when registering). Save your child and yourself hours of frustration and lay a solid foundation for great success in Math! Instructor: Don & Josh Miller Location: CRC Fee: $65/4 Wks Day: Tue Time: 5:15-6:30pm Class# Class Dates Topic 1895.201 Sep 8-Sep 29 Addition & Subtraction 1895.202 Sep 8-Sep 29 Fractions/Decimals 1896.201 Nov 3-Nov 24 Multiplication 1896.202 Nov 3-Nov 24 Beg./Int. Alegbra


Did you know one of the top paying jobs for teens is babysitting? Regardless of what you already know about kids, this babysitter’s training course will give you the knowledge and confidence you need to handle any situation. Class is fun with hands-on activities, videos, and role-plays. You’ll learn how to start your own babysitting business, stay safe and make smart decisions, basic first aid, leadership and great communications skills. Participants should bring a doll for the safety portion. Fee includes Babysitter’s Training Handbook, Emergency Reference Guide and cd-rom. Certification will be provided for those who have successfully completed the course. This is not a CPR or formal first aid course. Materials Fee: $18 due to instructor. Instructor: Mendy Rayford Location: CRC Fee: $55/Workshop Class# Dates Day Time 1465.201 Aug 22 Sat 9:00am-1:00pm 1465.202 Sep 12 Sat 9:00am-1:00pm

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: $15/Class

Princess Party

Wear your tiaras and dress in your favorite princess or fairy dresses! Class# Dates Day Time 1025.201 Sep 26 Sat 1:00-2:30pm

Teddy Bear Tea Party Bring your favorite furry friend! Class# Dates Day 1025.202 Oct 24 Sat

Holiday Party

Time 1:00-2:30pm

It’s that special time of year when we want to show off our special party manners. Wear your best holiday attire and join us! Class# Dates Day Time 1025.203 Dec 5 Sat 1:00-2:30pm

Help your child develop important social skills while creating wonderful memories that will last a lifetime! Knowing how to conduct oneself with poise and self-assurance is a skill you use your entire life. Cotillion is an exciting opportunity to provide young people with social training and equip them with the skills, confidence and self-esteem they’ll need to be successful adults. Instruction includes proper attire, making an introduction, escorting a partner and ballroom dancing. The lessons learned will help a child become more comfortable in any social situation. Cotillion is a great way to meet new friends and a way to build camaraderie with peers. Cotillion consists of three theme workshops and culminates with a final Dinner & Dance for participants to showcase all they have learned. Parents will also have an opportunity to visit and share in their child’s accomplishments. See below for specific dates and details. Please enroll early, as space is limited. If program becomes full, we encourage participants to be waitlisted as every effort will be made to accommodate participants. For more detailed information, call 694-6480. Materials Fee: $35 due to instructor Instructor: Angela Sturdivant Location: CRC Program Dates: Oct 7-Nov 6 Fee: $98/Program

Dates Wed, Oct 7 Wed, Oct 21 Wed, Nov 4 Fri, Nov 6

Etiquette Survival Ages: 5-15 Years

“Nobody’s polite anymore, why should I be?” Sound familiar? All of us want to be liked and accepted. It is in our best interest to make our manners a contributing element to our relationships and successes. We will provide your child with the skills to feel self-assured and confident in any situation. They will learn the following: proper table manners; manners at home and away; telephone manners; honesty; integrity; giving and receiving; getting along with others; self-esteem; compassion. Our entertaining and interactive classes include role-playing exercises, multi-media materials, and comprehensive lesson plans so students learn the value of proper social behavior, self-respect and self-confidence. All while having fun and making new friends. Proper dress required. No shorts or T-shirts. Instructor: Angela Sturdivant Location: CRC Fee: $49/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1019.201 Sep 14-Oct 5 Mon 4:30-5:30pm 1019.202 Oct 26-Nov 16 Mon 4:30-5:30pm

Dates Wed, Oct 7 Wed, Oct 21 Wed, Nov 4 Fri, Nov 6

Pre Cotillion (Grades 3-5) Young Ladies Young Men

Time 4:00-5:30pm 4:00-5:30pm 4:00-5:30pm 7:00-9:00pm

Activity#: 1330.201 Activity#: 1335.201

Theme Cotillion Introduction (Dress Casual) Social Graces (Dress Semi-Formal) Dining Etiquette (Dress Semi-Formal) Dinner & Dance/Parents Night (Dress Semi-Formal)

Junior Cotillion (Grades 6-8) Young Ladies Activity#: 1340.201 Young Men Activity#: 1345.201 Time Theme 5:45-7:15pm Cotillion Introduction (Dress Casual) 5:45-7:15pm Social Graces (Dress Semi-Formal) 5:45-7:15pm Dining Etiquette (Dress Semi-Formal 7:00-9:00pm Dinner & Dance/Parents Night (Dress Semi-Formal)

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1st Annual Temecula Valley Fall Cotillion

“Most Wanted Babysitter on the Block” Babysitting 101 Ages: 11-16 Years


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Performing Arts Enchanted Dance Ages: 2-4 Years

Does your little girl love to dress-up as her favorite princess or fairy? 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 outfits to class! Instructor: Cathy Rowley Location: TVCD Fee: $50/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1250.201 Aug 26-Sep 30 Wed 10:15-10:55am 1250.202 Oct 7-Nov 11 Wed 10:15-10:55am

Let’s Get Movin’ Ages: 2-4 Years

This class introduces boys and girls to creative movement and dance. This is a fun interactive way to stay fit, improve coordination, boost self-confidence and have healthy socialization. Parents should plan to participate. Instructor: Cathy Rowley Location: TVCD Fee: $50/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1255.201 Aug 26-Sep 30 Wed 9:30-10:10am 1255.202 Oct 7-Nov 11 Wed 9:30-10:10am

Tap, Jazz, Ballet Combo

Learn basic tap, ballet and jazz steps. Please wear dance clothing. Tap and ballet shoes will be required. This is a fun-filled learning class. Instructor: Cathy Rowley Location: TVCD Fee: $50/6 Wks

Ages: 3-5 Years

Class# 1261.201 1261.202

Class Dates Aug 22-Sep 26 Oct 3-Nov 14*

Day Sat Sat

Time 11:00-11:40am 11:00-11:40am

Class# Class Dates 1260.201 Aug 26-Sep 30 1260.202 Oct 7-Nov 11 *Class Skip Date: Oct 31

Day Wed Wed

Time 11:00-11:40am 11:00-11:40am

Ages: 4-5 Years

Beginning Ballet Ages: 5-9 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: Kelley Mund Location: TVCD Fee: $50/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1301.201 Aug14-Sep 18 Fri 5:30-6:15pm 1301.202 Sep 25-Oct 30 Fri 5:30-6:15pm 1301.203 Nov 6-Dec 18* Fri 5:30-6:15pm *Class Skip Date: Nov 27

Beginning Dance

Learn basic dance technique in jazz, ballet, hip-hop, and musical theater. Classes consist of strengthening, stretching, center work and across the floor. Students will learn a new dance routine each week. Instructor: Kelley Mund Location: TVCD Fee: $50/6 Wks

Ages: 5-7 Years

Class# 1307.201 1307.202 1307.203

Class Dates Aug 10-Sep 21* Sep 29-Nov 2 Nov 9-Dec 14

Day Mon Mon Mon

Time 4:00-4:45pm 4:00-4:45pm 4:00-4:45pm

Class# 1308.201 1308.202 1308.203

Class Dates Aug 10-Sep 21* Sep 29-Nov 2 Nov 9-Dec 14

Day Mon Mon Mon

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

Class# Class Dates 1309.201 Aug 10-Sep 21* 1309.202 Sep 29-Nov 2 1309.203 Nov 9-Dec 14 *Class Skip Date: Sep 7

Day Mon Mon Mon

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

Ages: 8-11 Years

Ages: 12-18 Years

Temecula Valley Twirlers & Poms Ages: 4-12 Years

Baton Twirling

Become a Temecula Valley Twirler and learn how to twirl a baton while learning fun dance moves! Learn basic baton twirling, dancing and marching skills. Veteran baton twirler and cheerleader will make each class fun and exciting and provide students with instruction that builds their self esteem in a healthy environment. Batons will be provided for use during class Instructor: Diana Tomseth Location: CRC Fee: $38/5 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1900.201 Sep 28-Nov 2* Mon 4:45-5:30pm 1900.202 Nov 9-Dec 7 Mon 4:45-5:30pm *Class Skip Date: Oct 12

Cheer & Dance

Become a Temecula Valley Cheerleader and learn fun cheerleading and song leading skills! Learn cool cheers, kicks, jumps and fun routines. Veteran baton twirler and cheerleader Diana Tomseth will make each class fun and exciting and provide students with instruction that builds their self-esteem in a healthy environment. Students should take Level 1 before enrolling in Level 2. Instructor: Diana Tomseth Location: CRC

Pom Level 1

Class# Class Dates Day Time 1915.201 Sep 28- Oct 26* Mon 5:45-6:30pm 1915.202 Nov 16- Dec 7 Mon 5:45-6:30pm

Fee $32/4 Wks $32/4 Wks

Class# Class Dates Day Time 1920.201 Sep 14- Oct 26* Mon 6:45-7:30pm 1920.202 Nov 9- Dec 7 Mon 6:45-7:30pm *Class Skip Date: Oct 12

Fee $48/6 Wks $40/5 Wks

Pom Level 2

Beginning Hip Hop Ages: 6-12 Years

Learn the latest moves to pop and rock songs. Casual dance clothes and tennis shoes or dance sneakers required. Boys and girls both welcome. Instructor: TVCD Instructors Location: TVCD Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1310.201 Aug 21-Sep 25 Fri 4:00-4:45pm $50/6 Wks 1310.202 Oct 2-Nov 6 Fri 4:00-4:45pm $50/6 Wks 1310.203 Nov 13-Dec 18* Fri 4:00-4:45pm $42/5 Wks *Class Skip Date: Nov 27

Musical Theatre

Musical Theatre class is designed for the student who both loves to sing and dance. Students will be taught basic voice control and simple theatre dance movements. Comfortable shoes and clothing should be worn. Instructor: Kelley Mund Location: TVCD Fee: $50/6 Wks

Ages: 5-8 Years Class# 1306.201 1306.202 1306.203

Class Dates Aug 14-Sep 18 Sep 25-Oct 30 Nov 6-Dec 18*

Day Fri Fri Fri

Time 4:00-4:45pm 4:00-4:45pm 4:00-4:45pm

Class# Class Dates 1305.201 Aug 14-Sep 18 1305.202 Sep 25-Oct 30 1305.203 Nov 6-Dec 18* *Class Skip Date: Nov 27

Day Fri Fri Fri

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

Ages: 9-14 Years

Beginning Tap Ages: 6-10 Years

Learn to tap dance like a pro! Basic tap steps will be taught along with a fun dance routine. Tap shoes required. Instructor: Cathy Rowley Location: TVCD Fee: $50/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1265.201 Aug 18-Sep 22 Tue 4:00-4:45pm 1265.202 Sep 29-Nov 3 Tue 4:00-4:45pm 1265.203 Nov 10-Dec 15 Tue 4:00-4:45pm


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. Students will have opportunity to perform at recital in November. Materials Fee: $10 optional fee for poi balls if desired. Instructor: Aileen Manalili-De Villa Location: OTTCT Dance Studio Fee: $40/8 Wks

Beginning Keikis

Time Location 6:15-7:15pm CRC 6:00-7:00pm CRC

Class# 3002.201 3002.202

Class Dates Day Jul 9-Sep 3* Thu Sep 24-Nov 12 Thu

Time Location 7:10-8:10pm OTTCT 7:10-8:10pm OTTCT

Ages: 5-12 Years

Class# Class Dates Day 3001.201 Jul 8-Aug 26 Wed 3001.202 Sep 23-Nov 18* Wed *Class Skip Date: Jul 16, Nov 11

Time Location 7:30-8:40pm CRC 7:10-8:20pm CRC

Ages: 11-14 Years

Ballroom Dance Lessons Ages: Adults

Ages: 5-11 Years

Time 4:15-5:00pm 4:15-5:00pm

Class# 1201.201 1201.202

Class Dates Day Jul 2-Aug 27* Thu Sep 3-Oct 22 Thu

Time 6:00-6:50pm 6:00-6:50pm

Class# 1202.201 1202.202

Class Dates Day Jul 1-Aug 26* Wed Sep 2-Oct 21 Wed

Time 4:15-5:00pm 4:15-5:00pm

Class# 1203.201 1203.202

Class Dates Day Jul 1-Aug 26* Wed Sep 2-Oct 21 Wed

Time 5:00-5:50pm 5:00-5:50pm

Class# 1204.201 1204.202

Class Dates Day Jul 2-Aug 27* Thu Sep 3-Oct 22 Thu

Time 5:00-6:00pm 5:00-6:00pm

Advanced Keikis

Intermediate Teens & Adults

Advanced Teens & Adults

Class# Class Dates Day 1205.201 Jul 1-Aug 26* Wed 1205.202 Sep 2-Oct 21 Wed *Class Skip Date: Jul 15, Jul 16

Ages: 12 Years-Adults

Ages: 12 Years-Adults

Ages: 16 Years-Adults

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

Singing Stars Ages: 4 - 12 Years

Group voice instruction will focus 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 at the Mercantile Building at the Old Town Community Theater. There is no additional fee for recital. Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor. Instructor: Esther Dernbach Location: OTTCT Fee: $75/6 Wks

Beginners Class# 1151.201 1152.201 1151.202 1152.202

Class Dates Sep 14-Oct 19 Sep 14-Oct 19 Nov 2-Dec 7 Nov 2-Dec 7

Class# 1153.201 1153.202

Class Dates Sep 14-Oct 19 Nov 2-Dec 7

Class# 1154.201 1154.202

Class Dates Sep 14-Oct 19 Nov 2-Dec 7

Ages: 4-6 Years Day Mon Mon Mon Mon

Time 10:30-11:00am 1:30-2:00pm 10:30-11:00am 1:30-2:00pm

Day Mon Mon

Time 5:30-6:00pm 5:30-6:00pm

Day Mon Mon

Time 6:15-7:00pm 6:15-7:00pm

Juniors

Ages: 5-7 Years

Seniors

Ages: 7-12 Years

Temecula Valley Children’s Chorus

Ages: 5-12 Years

Beginning

Class Dates Day Jul 8-Aug 26 Wed Sep 23-Nov 18* Wed

Class Dates Day Jul 2-Aug 27* Thu Sep 3-Oct 22 Thu

Intermediate Keikis

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 Fee: $48/8 Wks Class# 3000.201 3000.202

Class# 1200.201 1200.202

Beginning Teens & Adults

Belly Dancing Ages: 14 Years-Adults

A performance group for the children of Temecula Valley to sing at community events. Learn singing and performance skills in a choral setting. Discipline and hard work for this group is required. Concert held at the end of the session. Instructor: Esther Dernbach Location: OTTCT Fee: $100/10 Wks Class# Class Date Day Time 1171.201 Sep 16-Nov 18 Wed 5:30-6:30pm

Beginning

Intermediate/Advanced

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 strongly recommended. Instructor: John Irwin Location: MPSC

Wednesdays Class# 3200.201 3200.202 3200.203 3200.204 3200.205

Dates Jul 8-Jul 29 Aug 5-Aug 26 Sep 2-Sep 23 Sep 30-Oct 28 Dec 2-Dec 16

Day Wed Wed Wed Wed Wed

Time 7:15-8:45pm 7:15-8:45pm 7:15-8:45pm 7:15-8:45pm 7:15-8:45pm

Fee $28/4 Wks $28/4 Wks $28/4 Wks $35/5 Wks $21/3 Wks

Theme Waltz Fox Trot EC Swing WC Swing Rumba

Class# 3400.201 3400.202 3400.203 3400.204 3400.205 3400.206

Dates Jul 9-Jul 30 Aug 6-Aug 27 Sep 3-Sep 24 Oct 1-Oct 29 Nov 5-Nov 19 Dec 3-Dec 17

Day Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu

Time 7:15-8:45pm 7:15-8:45pm 7:15-8:45pm 7:15-8:45pm 7:15-8:45pm 7:15-8:45pm

Fee $28/4 Wks $28/4 Wks $28/4 Wks $35/5 Wks $21/3 Wks $21/3 Wks

Theme Waltz Fox Trot EC Swing WC Swing Disco Rumba

Thursdays

Ballroom Dances Ages: Adults

Ballroom dancing has come to town. It’s time to put your dance skills to work and have fun too! Dance Waltz, Fox-Trot, Swing, Latin, Polka & Hustle to danceable music. Bring your own drinks and snacks (no alcohol). Door prizes awarded at intermission. Pre-registration is strongly recommended. Instructor: John Irwin Location: TCC Fee: $7 Class# Dates Day Time 3201.201 Jul 11 Sat 7:30-10:00pm 3201.202 Aug 8 Sat 7:30-10:00pm 3201.203 Sep 12 Sat 7:30-10:00pm 3201.204 Oct 10 Sat 7:30-10:00pm 3201.205 Nov 14 Sat 7:30-10:00pm 3201.206 Dec 12 Sat 7:30-10:00pm

Piano Your Teachers Never Taught You Ages: Adults

Todd Walker has taught more than 30,000 students to play the piano in just one day. You will learn 72 chords, 156 hand positions and how to read music from lead sheets and fake books. You will learn how to play any popular song in any key and the tools of the trade that will make you sound like a pro. Then you‘ll be able to master your technique by using Todd’s exclusive audio CD and study book. Materials Fee: additional $27 due to instructor for study book and CD Instructor: Todd Walker Location: MPSC Fee: $44/Workshop Class# Date Day Time 3106.201 Jul 20 Tue 6:00-9:00pm

17 - PERFORMING ARTS

Hawaiian Tahitian Dance


18 - VISUAL ARTS

Visual Arts Bigfoot Graphics Art Classes for Kids and Teens

Tony Moramarco, professional cartoonist & creative director of Bigfoot Graphics, offers the following unique and creative classes for young artists. Please visit www.BigfootGraphics.com for more information and galleries of student work.

Cartooning with Bigfoot Ages: 7-13 Years

The Valley’s premier cartoon workshop is in it’s 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! Students will have opportunity to display work at 1st Annual Temecula Creates Art Show. Materials Fee: $20 due to instructor. Instructor: Tony Moramarco Location: MPSC Day: Wed Time: 5:00-6:30pm Fee: $40/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Theme 1140.201 Jul 15-Aug 5 Sizzlin’ Summer Toons 1140.202 Aug 19-Sep 9 Cartoons Around the World 1140.203 Sep 23-Oct 14 Creepy Crawly Insects 1140.204 Oct 28-Nov 25* Monster Mash *Class Skip Date: Nov 11

Exploring Manga & Anime Ages: 11-17 Years

Young Anime and Manga fanatics are coming out of the woodwork! This amazing Japanese art form is taking over our feature films, our video games….even our fashion! Students will share their love for this popular art form and create new characters, as well as draw their favorites. Sign up today….this popular class fills up quickly! Students will have opportunity to display work at 1st Annual Temecula Creates Art Show. Materials Fee: $20 due to instructor Instructor: Tony Moramarco Location: TPL Fee: $50/4 Wks Day: Tue Time: 5:00-6:30pm Class# Class Dates Theme 1143.201 Aug 11-Sep 1 Anime Techno Jump 1143.202 Oct 20-Nov 10 Chibi World

Graphic Design Basics Ages: 11-17 Years

Young artists interested in learning about graphic design should register now for this amazing class! Local professional designer Tony Moramarco, of Bigfoot Graphics will walk your child through stepby-step instruction on turning drawings & photographs into ads, posters, logos, websites and more. Note: This class teaches the fundamentals of concept design, composition and layout. Students will have opportunity to display work at 1st Annual Temecula Creates Art Show. Materials Fee: $20 due to instructor at first class. Instructor: Tony Moramarco Location: TPL Fee: $50/4 Wks Day: Tue Time: 5:00-6:30pm Class# Class Dates Theme 1142.201 Sep 22-Oct 13 Typestyle Design 1142.202 Nov 24-Dec 15 Game Design

Yes, You Can Draw! Ages: 5-10 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. The results are truly amazing! Students will be exposed to using a variety of materials including oil, chalk, watercolor pencils and markers. 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 Temecula Valley for over 10 years. Materials Fee: $5 due to instructor. Instructor: Yvonne Gaudet Location: CRC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1030.201 Sep 3-Sep 24 Thu 5:30-6:45pm $44/4 Wks 1030.202 Oct 1-Oct 22 Thu 5:30-6:45pm $44/4 Wks 1030.203 Nov 5-Nov 19 Thu 5:30-6:45pm $33/3 Wks

Acrylic Painting Techniques Ages: 12 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. Students will have opportunity to display work at 1st Annual Temecula Creates Art Show. Supplies Needed: Please see receipt notes after registering for supplies needed at first class or call 694-6480 for more information. Instructor: Don Roth Location: MPSC Fee: $90/3 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1150.201 Jul 7-Jul 21 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.202 Aug 4-Aug 18 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.203 Sep 1-Sep 15 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.204 Oct 6-Oct 20 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.205 Nov 3-Nov 17 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.206 Dec 1-Dec 15 Tue 6:00-9:00pm

Pencil Portrait Drawing Ages: 12 Years-Adult

Learn to create beautiful, hand drawn portraits in pencil, from your favorite photographs with perfect accuracy. 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. Students will have opportunity to display work at 1st Annual Temecula Drawing: Deric Shindledecker, Creates Art Show. 13 year old student. 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: $45/Workshop Class# Dates Day Time 1155.201 Jul 28 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1155.202 Aug 25 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1155.203 Sep 29 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1155.204 Oct 27 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1155.205 Nov 24 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1155.206 Dec 29 Tue 6:00-9:00pm

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Learn dynamic watercolor painting techniques from award-winning artist David Musser. All levels of expertise are welcome. Each student begins and completes a different watercolor painting at each workshop. Materials Fee: $5 fee due to instructor at each class Instructor: David Musser Location: MPSC Fee: $30/Workshop Class# Dates Day Time 3300.201 Jul 11 Sat 2:00-5:00pm 3300.202 Aug 8 Sat 2:00-5:00pm 3300.203 Sep 12 Sat 2:00-5:00pm 3300.204 Oct 10 Sat 2:00-5:00pm 3300.205 Nov 14 Sat 2:00-5:00pm 3300.206 Dec 12 Sat 2:00-5:00pm

Build Your Own Website in 3 Hours! Ages: 18 Years-Adults

Basics of Digital Imaging 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: $92/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1146.201 Jul 9-Aug 13 Thu 6:30-8:30pm 1146.202 Oct 15-Nov 19 Thu 6:30-8:30pm

Basics of Digital Photography Ages: 18 Years-Adults

This class will cover 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: $92/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1145.201 Jul 7-Aug 11 Tue 6:30-8:30pm 1145.202 Oct 13-Nov 17 Tue 6:30-8:30pm

Digital Photography for Teens Ages: 13-17 Years

Learn to get the most out of your digital camera. Learn creative shooting strategies, composition, natural and artificial lighting, and being ready to shoot when the decisive moment occurs. Weekly projects will allow plenty of time for experimentation. Participants must provide their own camera and should come prepared with the knowledge of how their camera works. Instructor: Mandis Razavi Location: MPSC Fee: $80/5 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1144.201 Jul 16-Aug 13 Thu 4:00-5:30pm

This hands on class will give you the ability to create your own website. Leave this one-day workshop with a fully functional, working site that is live on the internet. Learn to add pictures, text, and contact forms. Software is included in the materials fee along with one month of free hosting. Supplies Needed: Participants must bring a Wi-Fi enabled laptop to class. Materials Fee: $40 fee due to instructor Instructor: Kurt Wyman Location: CRC Fee: $39/Workshop Class# Dates Day Time 1160.201 Aug 20 Thu 6:00-9:00pm 1160.202 Sep 29 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1160.203 Oct 27 Tue 6:00-9:00pm

Ceramic Pottery Studio Classes Ages: 7 Years–Adults

Unleash your creative talents in clay! As beginner or more advanced student, our classes are designed to unlock your creative abilities. You will learn about working with clay, glazes and how kilns work. You will be surrounded by artist working in a functioning studio. Artists of all ages will enjoy creating with Clay. Classes include intensive instruction two days a week with three class times to choose from. Fee also includes 10 lbs. of clay and one bisque firing. Additional studio time can be purchased if so desired. Younger children may need to be accompanied by an adult. Instructor: Robin Vojak Location: CR Studio 4 Fee: $65/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 3715.201 Jul 6-Jul 29 Mon/Wed 9:00-10:00am 3715.202 Aug 3-Aug 26 Mon/Wed 9:00-10:00am 3715.203 Sep 2-Sep 30* Mon/Wed 9:00-10:00am 3715.204 Oct 5-Oct 28 Mon/Wed 9:00-10:00am Class# Class Dates Day Time 3720.201 Jul 6-Jul 29 Mon/Wed 4:00-5:00pm 3720.202 Aug 3-Aug 26 Mon/Wed 4:00-5:00pm 3720.203 Sep 2-Sep 30* Mon/Wed 4:00-5:00pm 3720.204 Oct 5-Oct 28 Mon/Wed 4:00-5:00pm Class# Class Dates Day Time 3725.201 Jul 6-Jul 29 Mon/Wed 6:30-7:30pm 3725.202 Aug 3-Aug 26 Mon/Wed 6:30-7:00pm 3725.203 Sep 2-Sep 30* Mon/Wed 6:30-7:30pm 3725.204 Oct 5-Oct 28 Mon/Wed 6:30-7:30pm *Class Skip Date: Sep 7

Woodcarvers Ages: Adults

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

The City of Temecula Community Services Department is proud to announce the 1st Annual Temecula Creates Art Show. This exhibit will be held at the Gallery at the Merc, located in the historic mercantile building at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater. Exhibit will display art work produced by the students attending the many Visual Arts classes offered by the Community Services Department. Stop by the Gallery to view the impressive masterpieces produced by our local Temecula residents. For more information call 694-6480. Dates: September 16- September 27, 2009 Location: Gallery at the Merc, 42051 Main Street

19 - VISUAL ARTS

Beginning Watercolor Painting Ages: 16 Years-Adult


20 - SPORTS

Sports Ages: 3-6 Years

Soccer Skills Ages: 2-10 Years

This exciting new 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: $95/8 Wks Location: Long Canyon Creek Park (Cross street Margarita Road/N. General Kearney)

Parent Participation Ages: 2-3 ½ Years Class# 2205.201 2205.202

Class Dates Sep 30-Nov 18 Sep 30-Nov 18

Day Wed Wed

Time 9:00-9:30am 9:40-10:10am

Class# 2201.201 2201.202 2201.203

Class Dates Sep 30-Nov 18 Sep 30-Nov 18 Oct 3-Nov 21

Day Wed Wed Sat

Time 10:15-10:55am 5:00-5:40pm 9:00-9:40am

Class# 2202.201 2202.202 2202.203

Class Dates Sep 30-Nov 18 Sep 30-Nov 18 Oct 3-Nov 21

Day Wed Wed Sat

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

Junior Ages: 3 ½-4 Years

Soccer 1 Ages: 4-5 Years

Soccer 2 Ages: 5-7 Years

Ages: 3-4 Years

Class# Class Dates 1860.201 Sep 28-Nov 16 1860.202 Sep 29-Nov 17 1860.203 Oct 3-Nov 21

Day Mon Tue Sat

Time 10:00-10:50am 10:00-10:50am 9:00-9:50am

Class# Class Dates 1870.201 Sep 28-Nov 16 1870.202 Sep 29-Nov 17 1870.203 Oct 3-Nov 21

Day Mon Tue Sat

Time 11:00-11:50am 11:00-11:50am 10:00-10:50am

Class# Class Dates 1880.201 Oct 3-Nov 21

Day Sat

Time 11:00-11:50am

Ages: 4-5 Years

Ages: 5-6 Years

Preschool Gymnastics Ages: 18 Months-5 Years

Jump, run, roll and climb! Preschool gymnastics is all about movement. Your child will learn motor development, tumbling, bars, balance beam, air-track and more! We use obstacle courses to prevent standing in lines. Obstacle courses teach your child to follow a sequence and pattern-exercises to increase their reading-readiness. Our courses change weekly and are fun, fun, fun! Instructor: Kristine Ortenzo-Hayes Location: CRC Fee: $45/5 Wks

Ages: 18 Months-3 Years

Class# 2203.201 2203.202

Class Dates Sep 30-Nov 18 Oct 3-Nov 21

Day Wed Sat

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

Class# 2204.201 2204.202

Class Dates Sep 30-Nov 18 Oct 3-Nov 21

Day Wed Sat

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

Soccer 3 Ages: 7-10 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: $95/8 Wks

Beginner Baseball League Ages: 4-5.9 Years 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 Fee: $120/8 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1865.201 Oct 3-Nov 21 Sat 1:00-2:00pm

Class# 1720.201 1720.202 1720.203 Class# 1721.201 1721.202 1721.203

Class Dates Aug 26-Sep 30* Oct 7-Nov 4 Nov 18-Dec 16 Class Dates Aug 27-Oct 1* Oct 8-Nov 5 Nov 12-Dec 17*

Day Wed Wed Wed Day Thu Thu Thu

Time 9:30-10:15am 9:30-10:15am 9:30-10:15am Time 10:30-11:15am 10:30-11:15am 10:30-11:15am

Class# 1722.201 1722.202 1722.203 Class# 1723.201 1723.202 1723.203

Class Dates Aug 26-Sep 30* Oct 7-Nov 4 Nov 18-Dec 16 Class Dates Aug 27-Oct 1* Oct 8-Nov 5 Nov 12-Dec 17*

Day Wed Wed Wed Day Thu Thu Thu

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

Ages: 3-4 1/2 Years

Ages: 4 1/2-5 1/2 Years

Class# Class Dates Day 1724.201 Aug 26-Sep 30* Wed 1724.202 Oct 7-Nov 4 Wed 1724.203 Nov 18-Dec 16 Wed Class# Class Dates Day 1725.201 Aug 27-Oct 1* Thu 1725.202 Oct 8-Nov 5 Thu 1725.203 Nov 12-Dec 17* Thu *Class Skip Date: Sep 9, Sep 10, Nov 26

Time 11:30-12:15pm 11:30-12:15pm 11:30-12:15pm Time 9:30-10:15am 9:30-10:15am 9:30-10:15am


While your child practices ball-handling, dribbling, and shooting, they will also learn about good sportsmanship, teamwork, and the value of fair play. Our outstanding coaches take an individual interest in each child regardless of his or her ability. Games will be played during class to reinforce lessons taught. Participants divided into ageappropriate groups. Clinic is for both boys and girls. Instructor: EMH Sports Coaches Location: CRC Gym Fee: $30/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 2400.201 Jul 7-Jul 28 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 2400.202 Aug 4- Aug 25 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 2400.203 Sep 1-Sep 22 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 2400.204 Oct 6-Oct 27 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 2400.205 Nov 3-Nov 24 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 2400.206 Dec1-Dec 22 Tue 4:30-5:30pm

Competitive Junior Tennis Ages: 7-13 Years

Take your tennis to the next level in this class that specializes in playing tennis competitively. Open to all juniors meeting the following criteria: completed minimum of 2 Beginning Junior sessions with Coach Leander or equivalent classes, competes in the U.S.P.T.A. Jr. League or Tournaments, or on a high school team. Instructor: Kerry Leander, U.S.P.T.A. Development Coach Location: TVHS Tennis Courts Fee: $55/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1408.201 Sep 3-Oct 8 Thu 6:30-7:30pm 1408.202 Oct 29-Dec 10* Thu 6:30-7:30pm *Class Skip Date: Nov 26

Golf

PGA Professional Steve Adamiak and his experience staff offer a wonderful introduction to the game of golf. Classes are held at the Redhawk Golf Club. Every student will learn proper skills and fundamentals, swing techniques and course skills. Clinics are tailored to each specific age group and participants skill level. Golf Clubs will be provided if needed or can be purchased on site. Instructor: Steve Adamiak Location: Redhawk Golf Club

Intermediate Basketball Skills Clinic Ages: 10-18 Years

Clinic is designed to introduce the player to the competitive realm of basketball. Game situations and strategies are introduced. Participants should have a good understanding of basketball fundamentals. Goal is for participants to 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 Sports Coaches Location: CRC Gym Fee: $40/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 2500.201 Jul 7-Jul 28 Tue 5:30-6:30pm 2500.202 Aug 4-Aug 25 Tue 5:30-6:30pm 2500.203 Sep 1-Sep 22 Tue 5:30-6:30pm 2500.204 Oct 6-Oct 27 Tue 5:30-6:30pm 2500.205 Nov 3-Nov 24 Tue 5:30-6:30pm 2500.206 Dec 1-Dec 22 Tue 5:30-6:30pm

Tennis Ages: 7-Adults

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 levels and ages are welcome. Instructor: Kerry Leander, U.S.P.T.A. Development Coach Location: TVHS Tennis Courts

Beginning Juniors

Ages: 7-13 Years Class# Class Dates 1405.201 Jul 9-Aug 13 1405.202 Sep 3-Oct 8 1405.203 Oct 29-Dec 10*

Fee: $55/6 Wks Day Time Thu 5:30-6:30pm Thu 5:30-6:30pm Thu 5:30-6:30pm Fee: $55/6 Wks Day Time Thu 6:30-7:30pm Thu 6:30-7:30pm Thu 6:30-7:30pm

Beginning/Intermediate Adult Ages: 13-Adults Class# Class Dates 1407.201 Jul 9-Aug 13 1407.202 Sep 3-Oct 8 1407.203 Oct 29-Dec 10* *Class Skip Date: Nov 26

Fee: $50/4 Wks Class# Class Dates 1500.201 Jul 8-Jul 29 1500.202 Aug 5-Aug 26 1500.203 Sep 9-Sep 30 1500.204 Oct 7-Oct 28 1500.205 Nov 4-Nov 25 1500.206 Dec 2-Dec 23

Day Wed 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 4:00-5:00pm

Women’s Golf Clinic Ages: 16 Years-Adults

Fee: $50/4 Wks Class# Class Dates 1502.201 Jul 8-Jul 29 1502.202 Aug 5-Aug 26 1502.203 Sep 9-Sep 30 1502.204 Oct 7-Oct 28 1502.205 Nov 4-Nov 25 1502.206 Dec 2-Dec 23

Day Wed 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 9:00-10:00am

Beginning/Intermediate Juniors Ages: 7-13 Years Class# Class Dates 1406.201 Jul 9-Aug 13 1406.202 Sep 3-Oct 8 1406.203 Oct 29-Dec 10*

Junior Golf Clinic Ages: 6-17 Years

Fee: $60/6 Wks Day Time Thu 7:30-8:30pm Thu 7:30-8:30pm Thu 7:30-8:30pm

Adult Golf Clinic Ages: 18+

Class# 1480.201 1480.202 1480.203

Fee: $50/4 Wks Class Dates Day Time Jul 9-Jul 30 Thu 6:30-7:30pm Aug 6-Aug 27 Thu 6:30-7:30pm Sep 10-Oct 1 Thu 6:30-7:30pm

Seniors Golf Clinic Ages: 50+

Fee: $40/4 Wks Class# Class Dates 1503.201 Jul 7-Jul 28 1503.202 Aug 4-Aug 25 1503.203 Sep 8-Sep 29 1503.204 Oct 6-Oct 27 1503.205 Nov 3-Nov 24 1503.206 Dec 1- Dec 22

Day Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu Thu

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

21 - SPORTS

EMH Sports Beginning Basketball Skills Clinic Ages: 5-13 Years


22 -HEALTH & FITNESS

Dr. Sears’ L.E.A.N. Start Ages: Adults

Join us for a highly interactive, fun & often tasty workshop based on scientific research and developed by “America’s Pediatrician” Dr. William Sears. Parents and caregivers will be equipped with tips & tools to impact their families Lifestyle, Exercise, Attitude & Nutrition (L.E.A.N.). Dr. Sears’ certified instructor, Amy Quinn, will empower you to shape healthy habits for your entire family & grow your children smart! Course topics include: How foods impact behavior, learning, moods & sleep; assessing ingredients in our food; great grocery shopping strategies; creating tasty, healthy meals and snacks and the best ways to incorporate activity into your hectic lifestyle. This workshop is also beneficial for day care providers, preschool administrators, teachers, and healthcare employees. Workshop for adults, however babies in arms are welcome. Instructor: Amy Quinn Location: CRC Kitchen Fee: $60/3 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1350.201 Jul 8-Jul 22 Wed 6:45-8:45pm 1350.202 Sep 2-Sep 16 Wed 6:45-8:45pm 1350.203 Nov 5-Nov 19 Thu 6:45-8:45pm

Karate

(Traditional Okinawan Shorin-Ryu Shorin-Kan)

Ages: 5 Years – Adults

Shorin-Ryu Shorinkan is a system of unarmed combat, which can be traced back over 1,000 years. This class will provide students with a tradition of principles. Students will receive beginner, intermediate and advanced instruction. Sensei Julio C. 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 Fee: $60/6 Wks

Ages: 5- 8 Years

Class# Class Dates 3600.201 Jul 2-Aug 6 3600.202 Aug 11-Sep 17 3600.203 Sep 22-Oct 29 3600.204 Nov 3-Dec 10*

Ages: 9 Years - Adults

Class# Class Dates 3605.201 Jul 2-Aug 6 3605.202 Aug 11-Sep 17 3605.203 Sep 22-Oct 29 3605.204 Nov 3-Dec 10* *Class Skip Date: Nov 5, 26

Day Time Tue/Thu 6:15-7:15pm Tue/Thu 6:15-7:15pm Tue/Thu 6:15-7:15pm Tue/Thu 6:15-7:15pm Day Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu Tue/Thu

Time 7:15-8:15pm 7:15-8:15pm 7:15-8:15pm 7:15-8:15pm

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www.CityofTemecula.org Tappercise Ages: 16 Years - Adults

This is a fun exercise class. Students will learn basic tap steps while getting into shape. Come in comfortable clothing ready to move and have fun. No experience is necessary. Instructor: Cathy Rowley Location: TVCD Fee: $40/6 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1304.201 Aug 25-Sep 29 Tue 5:00-5:45pm 1304.202 Oct 6-Nov 10 Tue 5:00-5:45pm

Basic Yoga Ages: 14 Years-Adults

Start your weekend off right! This is a basic yoga class focused on fitness, flexibility, and balance. Absolute beginners are absolutely welcome; modifications will be offered for those who need more of a challenge as well as for those who need to accommodate injuries or other special conditions. Please bring a mat to class (straps and blocks are great if you have them) and wear comfortable clothes. Class will be outside, so dress accordingly. Preregister for the entire month or drop-in available for $6/at the door. Instructor: City Staff Location: CRC Class# Class Dates Day Time 1640.201 Jul 11-Jul 25 Sat 8:30-9:30am 1640.202 Aug 1-Aug 29 Sat 8:30-9:30am 1640.203 Sep 5-Sep 26* Sat 8:30-9:30am 1640.204 Oct 3-Oct 31 Sat 8:30-9:30am 1640.205 Nov 7-Nov 28 Sat 8:30-9:30am 1640.206 Dec 5-Dec 19 Sat 8:30-9:30am *Class Skip Date: Sep 12

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

Boot Camp with a Kick Ages: 12 Years-Adults

In this power 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 Location: RRSP (Meet at Skate Park) Fee: $35/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 3550.201 Jul 7-Jul 30 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3550.202 Aug 4-Aug 27 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3550.203 Sep 1-Sep 24 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3550.204 Sep 29-Oct 22 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3550.205 Oct 27-Nov 19 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3550.206 Nov 24-Dec 22 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm *Class Skip Date: Nov 26

Cardio Pilates Ages: 14 Years-Adults

First portion of class consists of various intermediate to beginning cardio activities: traditional aerobics, dance, and kickboxing. The second half consists of pilates movements that work the core with lateral, flexion, extensions, stability and rotation activities. Strongly recommended: Cross Training shoes, mat, pair of weights. Instructor: Katrina Miles Location: HCPR Fee: $30/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 3510.201 Jul 6-Jul 29 Mon/Wed 6:00-7:00pm 3510.202 Aug 3-Aug 26 Mon/Wed 6:00-7:00pm


Strong Families Parenting Classes Ages: Adults

Instructor: Katherine Knight, Strong Families Coach Location: CRC

Understanding Birth Order

Birth order affects our children, how they see themselves and what motivates them. Our own birth order effects how we parent. Learn how to increase cooperation in your family by understanding the impact of birth order on all family members. Class# Date Day Time Fee 1080.201 Jul 16 Thu 6:30-8:30pm $10/Workshop

7 Golden Keys to Self Reliant Kids

Helping our kids develop into capable young people so that they can and will make good decisions is central to parenting. Children develop these skills when they work side by side with their parents making meaningful contributions to the family. Class# Date Day Time Fee 1080.202 Aug 13 Thu 6:30-8:30pm $10/Workshop

Parenting with 1-2-3 Magic

This award winning, evidence based program created by Dr. Thomas Phelan will help you raise kids who are responsible, respectful and fun to be around! This entertaining workshop will teach you how to manage difficult behavior without arguing, yelling or hitting. This class meets Riverside County Court requirements for parenting classes. Parenting guidance for children ages 2-12 years. Class# Date Day Time Fee 1080.203 Aug 22 Sat 9:00-11:00am $10/Workshop

Seminar prepares you to become a knowledgeable Notary Public. Learn the procedures for proper notarization; how to start your Notary career; understanding the law; how to perform 5 different notarial acts; the essential ID features; 7 entries in your journal required by law; when to refuse to notarize; how to pass the test, safekeeping of the Notary journal and seal; notarizing out-of-state documents. Materials Fee: $45 materials fee due to instructor. The State Exam will be given after seminar. A $40 check payable to the Secretary of State is also required with proper photo ID and a 2”x2” passport photo. Registration Deadline: Sep 17 (Class must meet minimum enrollment of 10 enrollees by this date to be held.) Instructor: Marylyn Jones Location: MPSC Fee: $70/Workshop Class# Date Day Time 3102.201 Oct 17 Sat 8:00am-5:00pm

Basic Dog Obedience Ages: 11 Years-Adults

This class starts with the basics and moves into intermediate dog training. We show you how to teach your dog 16 commands including sit, down, stay, come, walking on a leash without pulling, and more! Besides learning obedience commands, we will cover problem behaviors like jumping, digging, chewing, barking and more. Toward the end of the class we will be training with distractions. It is common for the dogs in class to be learning to stay on a 30’ leash with other dogs and people walking past and with toys bouncing around them. Instructor: It’s A Dog’s World Staff Location: RRSP (near Skate Park) Fee: $99/7 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 3202.201 Jul 14-Aug 25 Tue 7:00-8:00pm 3202.202 Sep 15-Oct 27 Tue 7:00-8:00pm 3202.203 Nov 17-Dec 29 Tue 7:00-8:00pm

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 experimental activities to change the ways we see our role as parents. Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1080.204 Sep 14-Oct 26 Mon 6:30-8:30pm $70/7 Wks

Winning the Homework War

Homework, chores, music lessons are all important in developing responsible kids, but who can stand the nagging and frustration? Develop a solid strategy for making this the hassle free homework year. Class# Date Day Time Fee 1080.205 Sep 16 Wed 6:30-8:30pm $10/Workshop

Why Kids Misbehave

Use your own emotional response to your children’s misbehavior to decode their ultimate motive. Once you know why they are misbehaving you can apply simple and effective solutions. Class# Date Day Time Fee 1080.206 Oct 8 Thu 6:30-8:30pm $10/Workshop

Anger Management: Yours and Theirs

Do you have a short fuse? Or do your kids have a short fuse? Volatile tempers create stress in families and eat away at loving relationships. Come learn how to put strategies in place to protect your family from damage done by angry words and angry voices. Class# Date Day Time Fee 1080.207 Nov 12 Thu 6:30-8:30pm $10/Workshop

Self-Esteem: Is it really Important?

Feeling good about doing sloppy work is not the kind of self esteem we want for our kids. True self esteem inspires kids to be compassionate, loving and responsible. Self esteem that comes from competence is the kind we need to develop. Come learn strategies for developing this kind of self esteem. Class# Date Day Time Fee 1080.208 Dec 10 Thu 6:30-8:30pm $10/Workshop

Business Etiquette & Entertaining Ages: Adults

Good manners are good business! They give one a competitive advantage and do affect the bottom line of business. This hour and a half seminar explains introductions, greetings, & handshaking with additional emphasis on communication skills, telephone and email etiquette. Also covered in this seminar is dining, table settings, Continental and American styles of eating, the rules of dining and setting; difficult foods and host and guest duties. Instructor: Angela Sturdivant Location: CRC Fee: $45/Workshop Class# Date Day Time 3250.201 Sep 16 Wed 7:00-8:30pm

English as a Second Language (ESL) Ages: Adults

Mt. San Jacinto College is pleased to be offering English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. Call 694-6469 for detailed information. Registration will take place on a first-come, first-serve basis at the first class meeting in January. Dates Days Time Location Fee Aug-Dec Mon/Fri 9:00am-1:00pm TCC FREE Aug-Dec T/W/Th 9:00am-12:00pm 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 Aug-Dec Tue/Wed 6:00-9:00pm TCC FREE

23 - PERSONAL ENRICHMENT

Notary Public Seminar Ages: 18 Years-Adults


24 - TEMECULA CHILDREN’S MUSEUM

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 www.pennypickles.org for the latest information, times, and prices, or to purchase tickets in advance.

Location: 42081 Main Street, Old Town Temecula

Amazing Events at the Workshop: School’s Out Party

Friday, June 12 A great night for ice cream, wouldn’t you say? Celebrate the end of the school year at the Professor’s ice cream party (featuring all of Beaker’s favorite toppings).

The Great Build

Friday, June 19 Ahhh… you’ll just have to attend this evening to see what the Professor has planned. His assistants are a little nervous, but he assures us that everything will be ok. Come prepared to have a “great” time.

Ultimate Bubbles

Friday, June 26 There’s something magical about a bubble, even though it is just a little puff of air trapped in a thin film of soap and water. Become a bubble-ologist tonight as we play with bubbles and try to make the ultimate SUPER bubble!

Food Science: Ice Cream

Friday, July 10 We scream for ice cream because we love it… now we’ll figure out the science behind it (and then we’ll eat it!). Explore the laws of physics by making “fried” ice cream, and discover why you need ice and salt to make a delicious concoction.

Pennypickle’s Family Science Challenge

Friday, July 17 Get off the couch tonight and enjoy some family fun Pennypickle style! Families will work as a team to solve science challenges and ultimately earn the Pennypickle’s Family Science Challenge Certificate of Success. Does your family have what it takes? The Professor thinks you do!

Science of Weather Forecasting

Friday, July 24 Unstable air, low-pressure, precipitation… what does it all mean and how does it affect your day? Here’s your chance to predict the weather, just like the meteorologists on TV – or at least understand a little bit more of what they are talking about!

Stamp Collecting for Kids

Friday, July 31 Yes, the Professor is a philatelist (that means a collector of postage stamps), and you can become one also! View Pennypickle’s collection and learn more about this fascinating hobby tonight.

Stamp Collecting Workshop for Scout Merit Badge

Saturday, August 1 Professor Pennypickle knows the value of the rare and difficult-to-obtain Stamp Collecting Merit Badge, so he’s offering this amazing workshop to help Scouts earn it! Visit www.pennypickles.org for more details and to register early.

Beaker Explores Oceanography

Friday, August 7 The Professor’s little mouse friend Beaker loves the ocean and everything in it, and he wants you to discover it too. Take a magical journey to Hawaii and the Pacific Ocean to learn about jellyfish, sting rays, and what happens under the water when a volcano erupts.

Beaker’s Little Birthday

Sunday, August 9 Professor Pennypickle had a huge birthday bash – but Beaker is more comfortable with just a miniature birthday party – and that means LITTLE. Help celebrate in Beaker’s mini style with lots of teeny tiny fun and surprises.

Come Fly with Me: Theories of Flight

Friday, August 14 How do things actually fly? Tonight we’ll look at planes, helicopters, and hot air balloons and compare their different methods of gaining flight.

Pennypickle’s Builder’s Contest – featuring Lego Building Blocks

Friday, August 21 Building stuff is what you do best, right? And we know you love Legos! Show the world your best Lego contraption at the Professor’s first annual Builder’s Contest. Entries must be your own creation (in other words, not a themed item from a set) and must be no larger than a shoebox (in other words, Beaker-size!). There will be extra points given for mechanical invention-looking builds and parts that move! Be sure you pre-register your entry at www.pennypickles.org.

Soda Bottle Science

Friday, August 28 Who knew you could have so much fun – and learn so much about science – with a soda bottle? Bring your own (empty!) clean, large soda bottle (or more than one) for lots of experimental fun!

Beaker’s Back to School Pizza Party

Friday, September 4 What’s better than a party and playing in the Professor’s Workshop? Celebrate tonight with Beaker’s favorite – pizza! He’s hoping there will be leftovers. Be sure to purchase your tickets early so we don’t run out of slices.

Journey to the Center of the Earth

Friday, September 11 Explore beneath the earth’s crust as you make your own little model of our planet – and check out the movie of the same name… in 3D! You might want to wear your adventurer’s gear, just in case.

Check www.pennypickles.org for times and prices!


Wouldn’t you love to get secret messages from the Professor? Starting June 15, join the Promenade Pals Kids Club at the Temecula Promenade Mall to receive your very own (free!) Pennypickle’s Secret Note Dispenser! Plus...bring your Secret Dispenser to Codes & Ciphers on Sep. 18th to receive secret messages.

Codes & Ciphers

Friday, September 18 The secrets of hidden messages around the Workshop will be revealed tonight as you learn about the Professor and Beaker’s own special language ... In code. Don’t miss this event if you love the Professor and Beaker and you want to know more about them!

Robot Inventor’s Workshop

Friday, September 25 Admission is free tonight for children who are registered for tomorrow’s Wacky Robot Invention Convention! Bring your robot if you still need to work on it or would like us to display it early.

Wacky Robot Invention Convention

Saturday, September 26 Here’s your chance to let your imagination go wild! Build a robot out of ANYTHING – the crazier, the better. Your robot can move or not – winners will be the wackiest looking robots! See more information at www.pennypickles.org and be sure to enter by Sep 13.

October: Museum Gone Mad! Creepy Crawly Snakes

Friday, October 2 They really aren’t slimy, but they are crawly and just a little bit creepy – that’s why they’re fascinating. So get over your ophidiophobia and check out the science behind snakes tonight as we start the month of Museum Gone Mad!

Beaker’s Monster Garage Car Contest

Friday, October 9 Beaker has been watching Discovery Channel and now he wants YOU to build him a crazy vehicle! Your invention must be Beaker-size and will be judged on how cool it is and how much Beaker would love it. See www.pennypickles.org for more details and to pre-register your entry.

Your Body: Blood and Guts

Friday, October 16 Does that sound scary? It shouldn’t -- the human body is one of the most remarkable inventions ever. Learn more about your own insides tonight, and yes, we will leave the blood and guts on the inside of your skin!

Family Halloween Party Friday, October 23

Just for Parents Halloween Party Saturday, October 24

Family Nights at the Haunted Museum Tuesday & Wednesday, October 27-28

Haunted Museum

Thursday – Saturday, October 29-31

Exploring Science Science of Forensics

Friday, November 6 The Professor and Beaker love mysteries and tonight they’ll help you to discover how chemistry helps solve cases! Become a detective as you study fingerprinting and other ways science is used in crime scenes.

Food Science: Top Chef

Friday, November 13 Yum! Not only will you be able to create a new recipe tonight (Pennypickle-style, of course!), we’ll explore how your senses and scientific principals work in the kitchen. Surely you’ll catch a glimpse of Beaker looking for crumbs…

Pennypickle’s Science Night

Friday, November 20 Messy? Gooey? Astonishing? Naturally! That’s what the Professor’s special science night is all about! Phineas’ assistants will demonstrate scientific wonders during an evening of discovery and laughter-filled learning for all ages.

Wonderful Winter! Science of Santa: Crazy Christmas Tree Contest

Friday, November 27 Old Town Temecula celebrates the arrival of Santa tonight and the Professor thinks it will be fun if WE explore the science of the jolly old man and his international operations. (If anyone understands time travel, it’s Professor Pennypickle!) Bring your wackiest lighted table-top tree to be displayed and judged tonight – see more information at www.pennypickles.org

Winter Wonderland

Friday, December 11 A night for families to have fun and make memories… this event will become one of your favorite holiday traditions. Dress warmly cause there is SNOW to play in!

Pennypickle’s Polar Express

Friday, December 18 & Saturday, December 19 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 will be limited to the first 50 passengers each evening - children must be between the ages of 5-10 years old. Visit www.pennypickles.org for more information and to register early.

New Year’s Eve at Noon

Thursday, December 31 Celebrate the New Year Pennypickle-style… at noon instead of midnight! You won’t want to miss the Professor’s VERY special party for those too young to stay up late.

Birthday Parties at the IW! With four different party packages available and the Professor 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!

25 - TEMECULA CHILDREN’S MUSEUM

Promenade Pals Kids Club


26 42051 Main Street, Temecula, CA

Two great performance spaces together in Old Town Temecula. MAIN THEATER STAGE With state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems, the intimate, 361-seat Theater hosts wonderful local theatrical productions, amazing contemporary dance and ballet companies, and stellar concerts featuring classical, big band and country music, the blues, rock ‘n roll, rockabilly, American roots music, and much more.

www.TemecualaTheater.org

BEST ENTRANCE TO THE THEATERS to either The Club at the Merc or the Main Theater is right at home on your computer www.TemeculaTheater.org

Sign up today to be the first to recieve the 2009-2010 Temecula Presents Season Brochure at www.TemeculaTheater.org

Purchase tickets at the Theater Ticket Office, at www.TemeculaTheater.org,


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At The Merc The historic Mercantile building, located at 42051 Main Street, is one of Temecula's original buildings and has been beautifully restored. This unique venue is home to Club at the Merc, an intimate acoustically-inspired 48-seat cabaret setting with four weekly live performances as well as Gallery at the Merc, exhibit space featuring local, regional and national artists. For more information on upcoming performances and exhibitions call 694-6480 or visit www.TemeculaTheater.org.

GALLERY AT THE MERC

CLUB AT THE MERC Four weekly musical choices come to life in the acoustically-inspired, historical Mercantile Building. Come enjoy great music with friends in this 48-seat cabaret setting.

Sissi Hale

June 26 - August 2, 2009

Sissi studied architecture at Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, and fine arts at Escuela de Bella Artes Prilidiano Pueyrredón. Throughout her career her subject matter has evolved and moved along with her, changing cities, scenery, life stages, cultures, languages. The urban scenes turned rural, the skyscrapers became ranch houses and pub crowds turned into small town scenes unique to Southern California.

Youth Media Arts Festival Poster Show

August 7 - September 15, 2009

Movie posters from the Youth Media Arts Festival participants will be on display during the Youth Media Arts Festival September 10, 11, 12.

1st Annual Temecula Creates Art Show September 16 - October 2, 2009

Art work produced by students of Community Service art classes will be displayed. Works include pieces from Acrylic Painting, Pencil Portrait Drawing, Photography, and Cartooning just to name a few.

“Textures” Third Annual Contemporary Quilt Exhibition October 2 - November 29, 2009

An exhibition of quilts by regional artist quilters. Quilts made by artist in many different regions, such as fabric painting and dying, and other found objects.

Ceramics Show “Pro(g)nosis” December 4 2009 January 10, 2010

Wine and beer available for purchase at all four of these weekly musical events at the Merc.

Prognosis is a collaborative exhibition between sculptor Sasha K. Reibstein and photographer Jones von Jonestein. Reibstein's colorful and highly textured biomorphic works will be paired with contextual photographs of each piece, photographed by von Jonestein. His images explore the conceptual implications of each piece from a different perspective, shedding new light on the original work.

call 1.866.OLD.TOWN (1.866.653.8696) or go to www.TemeculaTheater.org for tickets and details


28 - TEMECULA VALLEY MUSEUM

Temecula Valley Museum

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 experience for people of all ages. We offer a number of programs and activities, including guest lecturers, creative 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-5pm, Sunday 1-5pm Admission: $2 Suggested Donation Information: 694-6450

Tour Docent Program

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

Making History!

Museum Exhibits Outside the Box: Quilts with Character From the collection of the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles

June 13 – August 30, 2009 Outside the Box: Quilts with Character features 12 distinctive quilts that come to the Temecula Valley Museum courtesy of the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles in San Jose, California. The artists featured in this exhibit have all worked “outside the box” by adapting traditional patterns to suit their tastes, or by applying inspiration from other art forms. Through varying techniques, each quilt represents the maker’s individual character and displays a unique vision. This exhibit marks the first public appearance of these works outside of the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles. Photo by Gregory Case Courtesy of the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles

Early TV Sets: 1928 to 1978

September 12 – October 25, 2009 The first commercially made televisions were sold from 1928 to 1934. The earliest commercially made televisions were radios with the addition of a television device consisting of a neon tube behind a mechanically spinning disk with a spiral of apertures that produced a red postage-stamp size image, enlarged to twice that size by a magnifying glass. Commercially made electronic televisions with cathode ray tubes were manufactured by Telefunken in Germany in 1934, followed by other makers in France (1936), Britain (1936), and America (1938). The cheapest of the pre-World War II factory-made American sets, a 1938 image-only model with a 3-inch screen, cost US$125, the equivalent of US$1,863 in 2007. The cheapest model with a 12-inch screen was $445 ($6,633). About 7,000–8,000 electronic sets were made in the U.S. before the War Production Board halted manufacture in April 1942, production resuming in August 1945. Television usage in the United States skyrocketed after World War II with the lifting of the manufacturing freeze, war-related technological advances, the gradual expansion of the television networks westward, the drop in television prices caused by mass production, increased leisure time, and additional disposable income. While only 0.5% of U.S. households had a television in 1946, 55.7% had one in 1954, and 90% by 1962.

2009 marks the 150th Anniversary of the establishment of the first Temecula U.S. Post Office which was approved on April 22, 1859, joining San Diego as only the second post office South of San Pedro. Temecula will celebrate the year-long celebration of Temecula’s 150th Anniversary with already scheduled events that are enhanced with the anniversary tie-in and new events and programs highlighting this celebration. These events and programs enhance the sense of civic pride of residents by educating them in our rich history and providing opportunities to get together and celebrate that history.


The exciting Summer Explorers Camps held at the Temecula Valley Museum are back for another fun-filled summer. This year we are pleased to offer the following fun and educational camps:

Photo: by Erle Stanley Gardner, Collection of the Temecula Valley Museum

Erle Stanley Gardner In the Pacific Northwest

November 7 – January 10, 2010 . Erle Stanley Gardner was an ardent explorer. Among his favorite places the Pacific Northwest had special attraction. He described his impressions…”Sometimes low clouds conceal the scenery, hanging in a gray pall over the waters, completely obliterating breath-taking sights. But there are times when the clouds will break and the awestruck spectator can look up through great cloud rifts to see blue glaciers clinging to the sides of mountains, where snow-capped peaks tower almost directly above him. It is a type of scenery that one seldom encounters elsewhere. In a different way it is as awe-inspiring as the Grand Canyon.”

• Natural History Camp • Native American Heritage Camp • New World Influences Camp • Pioneer Life Camp

For more detailed information on these unique camps see the Summer Camps section located on page 6.

Old Town Temecula Chapel

Special Events

Gene Autry National Center Excursion Located in Sam Hicks Monument Park, In conjunction with our Early TV exhibit: The Wild West as seen on Early Television – Join us for a trip to the Gene Autry National Center to take a look at this historic chapel offers a charming how the old west was depicted. See many artifacts such as original costumes and guns used on popular western TV shows like “Wyatt Earp,” “Have Gun Will setting for Weddings and Memorials. Travel” and “Gene Autry” along with much more memorabilia about the old west. Call 926-6400 for more information and Prepare to be surprised by the museum’s size and scope of collections. For more reservations. information and dates, please contact the Temecula Valley Museum. FLEA MARKET

Saturday, October 17 You can rent a space, set up your booth and sell your treasures. Or just stop by and search for items of interest from crafts to services. This is a fund-raiser event to benefit the Temecula Valley Museum.

A Walking Tour of Old Town

Begin your weekend by joining us on a historical guided Tour of Old Town Temecula, a fun and a unique day for the entire family. The tour will begin at the Temecula Valley Museum in Sam Hicks Monument Park and follow the history of Temecula in the early 1900’s. Children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by an adult. Date: Saturday, October 3 Time: 10:00am Fee: $2

High Country Magazine The High Country is a high-quality 48 page publication produced by the Temecula Valley Museum and is filled with southwest California history articles and photographs.

Subscription is $25 a year (2 issues). Send check or money order made payable to the Temecula Valley Museum:

Erle Stanley Gardner Mystery Weekend

Temecula Valley Museum High Country Subscription November 6, 7, 8 28314 Mercedes Street Once again the Museum presents a variety of programs and activities around Temecula, CA 92589 the famous Temecula author’s career. This year we will combine events in a Heritage Weekend to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of the Post Office; the 20th Anniversary of the City and the 10th Anniversary of the Temecula Valley Museum in Sam Hicks Monument Park.

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Summer Camps


30 - TEMECULA’S PUBLIC LIBRARIES

Grace Mellman Library Location: 41000 County Center Drive (951) 296-3893

Location: 30600 Pauba Road (951) 693-8900

Website: www.rivlib.net Hours of Operation: Mon 12:00pm-9:00pm Tue-Wed 10:00am-6:00pm Thu-Fri 12:00pm-5:00pm Sat 10:00am-3:00pm

Website: www.temeculapubliclibrary.org Hours of Operation: Mon-Thu 10:00am-9:00pm Fri 10:00am-6:00pm Sat 10:00am-5:00pm Sun 1:00pm-5:00pm Book Store: (951) 693-8990 Hours: Mon-Sat 10:00am-4:00pm

Remodel coming in the Fall. Call for hours and programs.

Book Store: Hours: Mon-Fri Sat

(951) 296-3737

10:00am-4:00pm 10:00am-3:00pm

Space is limited for all events. Please arrive early to ensure seating. Parking is also limited and we encourage carpooling. Program dates and times subject to change. Please contact the Libraries for further details.

Summer Programs

Storytimes

Location: Temecula Public Library Goodnight Moon Pajama Storytime

“Starry Safari”

Mon, Sep 14, 7:00pm Wear your pj’s & be on the look out for lions and tigers!

“Monster Mash” Locations Temecula Public Library Grace Mellman Library

Times 10:30am 2:00pm

Day Wed Wed

The Fine Art of Juggling With David Cousin Jun 17

Enjoy performing artistry of five-time record holder, David Cousin. Comedic juggling, audience participation & fun for all ages!

Swazzle Puppets: Water Color

Jun 24

This puppet hero learns about color as he befriends a wide array of sea creatures in this captivating undersea puppet adventure. Choose Your Animal Adventure Jul 1 Choose which animals will star in the show by voting at the library from Jun 22-28. Then come see the show in this fun, educational program focusing on animals in their natural habitats.

Wildlife Company:

The Art of Animal Magic With John Abrams Jul 8 A colorful combination of magic mastery, comedic timing, and enthralling exotic pets that will dazzle your eyes!

The History of Rock n’ Roll

Jul 15

Scott Land Marionettes:

Jul 22

Musical-comedy duo Mark Beckwith & Obediah Thomas use humor, songs & theatre to explore influences that led to the creation of Rock ‘n’ Roll. Variety on Strings

Mon, Oct 5, 7:00pm Join in the fun as we venture to Where the Wild Things Are!

“Imagine That!”

Mon, Nov 2, 7:00pm Discover how dreams take flight when you go for a ride in the Story Balloon!

Baby Sign Storytime Ages: Babies to 23 months

Tue, Sep 8-Nov 3 10:00 & 11:00am An interactive, on-the-lap storytime with stories and sign language. Discover how babies can communicate about their world long before they have mastered verbal speaking skills.

Toddler Storytime Ages: 24 – 35 months

Thu, Sep 10-Nov 5 10:00 & 11:00am An on-the-lap storytime designed to introduce toddlers and their grownups to stories, rhymes and activities that stimulate a toddler’s developing vocabulary.

Preschool Storytime Ages: 3 – 5 Years

Wed, Sep 9 – Nov 4 10:00 & 11:00am An introductory independent group activity designed to introduce preschool-age children to storytelling and to build a foundation for reading readiness.

Don’t miss performance of Scott Land & his marionettes who have enchanted audiences at Disneyland, & on America’s Got Talent.

La Hora del Cuento Bilingual Storytime

Heebie & Jeebie:

Ages: 3 – 5 Years

Decades of Fun!

Jul 29

This high energy duo will involve kids & make them belly laugh at their original & educational musical creations.

(Spanish/English)

Thu, Sep 10-Nov 5 4:00pm Stories, fingerplays, & songs in Spanish & English.

Events Sponsored by Friends of the Temecula Libraries


Location: Temecula Public Library Book Buzz Club

1st & 3rd Tue, Sep-Nov 6:00pm Ages: 9-12 Years Catch the buzz & chat with friends about cool books you’re reading! Required registration begins Tue, Aug 18 at 6:00pm.

Paws to Read

Saturday mornings Young readers can practice their reading skills by reading to a licensed therapy dog. Call 693-8980 to make an appointment.

Rebecca Martin: Art & Story

Wed, Sep 16, 4:00pm Ages: All Professional storyteller Rebecca Martin will spark your creativity with colorful stories about art and much more!

The Checkers Challenge

Wed, Sep 30, 4:00pm Ages: 7-12 Years Join Bob Pike, one of the top checkers authorities, for tips on how to be a champ at the world’s oldest game! Required registration begins, Wed, Sep 23 at 4:00pm.

Willie Sterba in Concert

Wed, Oct 14, 4:00pm Ages: All Sing along with Willie as he sings songs like “Chickens in my Hair,” & “Pickle Pie,” This concert will be silliness for the entire family!

Spooky Haunted House Craft

Wed, Oct 28, 4:00pm Ages: 3 & up Make your own “spooktacular” Haunted House. Materials provided. Registration begins Wed, Oct 21 at 4:00pm.

The Wonderful World of Mammals

Wed, Nov 4, 4:00pm Ages: 3 & up Explore the world of mammals with Science on the Go! What are carnivores? Who are herbivores? Learn all this & more!

GIS Day: Library Treasure Hunt

Wed, Nov 18, 4:00pm Ages: 5-11 Years Discover the world as we learn about GIS, maps & even go on a treasure hunt! Registration begins, Wed, Nov 4 at 5:00pm.

Swazzle: Live From the Ice Cube

Wed, Dec 2, 4:00pm Ages: All The Snow Queen holds auditions for her holiday extravaganza. It’s up to you to decide who will perform. Don’t miss this new show!

Gingerbread House Craft Program

Mon, Dec 7, 7:00pm Ages: 6-12 Years Ring in the holidays by making your very own Gingerbread House. Materials provided. Registration begins Mon, Nov 30 at 7:00pm.

Christmas Tree Craft Program

Tue, Dec 8, 4:00pm Ages: 3-5 Years Little ones will love creating a edible tree to take home! Materials provided. Registration begins Tue, Dec 1 at 4:00pm.

Young Adult Programs (7th – 12th Grade)

Location: Temecula Public Library Unless otherwise noted, pre-registration is strongly encouraged and begins one month prior to event. Space is limited.

We’ve got “you” covered. Write on!

Wed, Jun 17, 3:00-4:30pm Make your own journal cover and homemade paper.

Feel the Beat Drum Workshop!

Wed, Jun 24, 3:00-4:00pm Marcus Miller of DreamShapers presents a hands-on, interactive drum workshop.

Seize the Day!—Make Your Own Catapult Wed, Jul 1, 2:30-4:00pm Learn about all things medieval with Scott Farrell from Chivalry Today.

2nd Annual Ice Cream Social

Wed, Jul 8, 2:30-4:30pm Brain Freeze meets Book Jeopardy Brain Tease. A day for food, fun, and friends.

Handwriting Analysis: Who are You?

Wed, Jul 15, 3:30-5:00pm Paula Sassi, handwriting expert discovers what your handwriting says about you.

Travelling Pants and Henna Tattoos

Wed, Jul 22, 3:00-4:30pm Your Own Jeans + Our Decorations = Design Magic! Natasha Papousek of Crescent Moon Designs will be on hand to put a henna design on one of yours.

Silk Screen Workshop

Wed, Jul 29, 3:00-5:00pm Dale McCleod of Lonecloud will provide the t-shirts for this “design your own, make-it, take-it” silk screen project. All you bring is your imagination!

College: How to Get There from Here

Mon, Aug 31, 6:00-9:00pm Princeton Review helps students and parents prepare for getting into college.

Practice SAT

Thu, Sep 10, 4:00-8:00pm Free, full-length practice SAT test. Learn about the endurance and skills needed to get a high score. Register by calling Princeton Review at (951) 788-5992.

SAT Scoresback

Thu, Sep 24, 6:30-8:00pm How well did you do? Get your practice SAT results and a report that shows your strengths and how you can improve. Parents of test participants welcome.

Edgar Allen Poe and the Tell Tale Heart

Thu, Oct 22, 6:00-8:00pm Actor Duffy Hudson takes us into the world of Edgar Allen Poe and brings to life one of Poe’s masterpieces. Registration will be open to students (grades 7-12) first. If space allows, adults may register one week prior to performance.

The Winning Wii

Thu, Nov 12, 3:30-5:30pm Vote for the Wii you’d like to play: Guitar Hero or Rock Band? Cast your vote anytime from Oct-Nov 3. Then stay tuned to see which one you’ll be playing.

Build a Bear Holiday Service Workshop

Thu, Dec 10, 3:30-5:00pm This is the season to build a bear to donate to a needy child. Work up an appetite, “stuff” yourself a little too: the pizza’s on us!

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Family Programs


32 - MARY PHILLIPS SENIOR CENTER

“The Place Friends Meet”

The City of Temecula 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 three 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 Sodexho 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: Monday - Friday Time: 11:30am Reservations: Required 24 hours in advance. Call Nutrition Program at 6946465 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 and frail seniors in our community. Hot meals are delivered at lunchtime Monday through Friday, with frozen meals delivered for the weekends.

Senior Transport Program

Don’t sit inside…call us for your next ride...to the Mary Phillips Senior Center! The Transport Program offers door-to-door round-trip transportation to the Center. Days: Monday through Friday 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

3rd Annual Health Fair

Free health screenings, flu shots and health care information. Event co-sponsored by Scan. For more information call the center at 694-6464. Date Day Time Fee Oct 19 Mon 9:00am-12:00pm FREE

One Stop Shop! HMO Information Fair

Monday, November 9, 2009 9:00am – 12:00pm Fall is the time to get information about your HMO medical benefits. Representatives from the following HMO’s agencies: Scan, InterValley Health Plan, Aetna, Blue Shield, MD Care, Kaiser Permanente and Secure Horizons will be present to answers questions and provide information. Each HMO representative will give a 20 minute seminar on 2010 benefits. Check the schedule below for times. Time Agency 9:00 am Scan Health Plan 9:30 am InterValley Health Plan 10:00 am Aetna 10:30 am Secure Horizon 11:00 am MD Care 11:30 am Kaiser Permanente

Senior Excursions

The Community Services Department proudly offers some 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 a great deal of walking, so remember to wear comfortable shoes.

Seaport Village

Fun day to shop, dine or just sun bathe. Lunch is on your own. Activity# Date Day Time 4100.201 Aug 11 Tue 9:00am-5:00pm

Miss Liberty Tour Cruises

Join the fun on a narrated tour of the Big Bear Lake enriched history dating back to 1845, movie star homes and more. Lunch can be purchased or bring your own. Activity# Date Day Time Fee 4100.202 Sep 16 Wed 9:00am-5:00pm $30

Palm Springs Windmill/Rich & Famous Tour

Narrated tour of the “wind turbines” and a drive through the famous neighborhood of Las Palmas to view homes of the Rich and Famous. Lunch is on your won. Activity# Date Day Time Fee 4100.203 Oct 21 Wed 9:00am-5:00pm $25

Lincoln Memorial Shrine

Located on the grounds of the A.K. Smiley Public Library in Redlands, The Lincoln Memorial contains memorabilia along with books about the president and the Civil War. Lunch is on your own. Activity# Date Day Time Fee 4100.204 Nov 17 Tue 9:00am-5:00pm $15

Holiday Shopping at the Promenade Mall Space is limited and you must be pre-registered. Activity# Date Day Time 4100.205 Dec 8 Tue 12:30-4:00pm

Fee FREE

Monthly Special Events Event Independence Day Party Hawaiian Luau Anniversary Party Halloween Party Thanksgiving Party Holiday Party

Date Jul 2 Aug 6 Sep 25 Oct 29 Nov 19 Dec 17

Day Thu Thu Fri Thu Thu Thu

Time 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am 10:30am

Movie Day

Join us for a movie and popcorn. Sponsored by Prime Care and Scan. Days: 4th Thu Time: 12:30pm

“Wii Time”

Come test your sporting abilities with the computerized game called “Wii”. Sponsored by Scan and Home Instead. Days: 3rd Wed Time: 12:30pm

Senior Education Series

Seniors you are invited to attend the Loma Linda University Rehabilitation, Orthopedics & Neurosciences Institute monthly educational series of talks at the center. Seminars are from 10:30–11:30am and refreshments are served. Check out the schedule below for seminar dates, topics and speakers! Topic Date Speaker Stroke Rehabilitation Wed, Jul 22 Murray Brandstater, MD Spine Disorders Wed, Aug 26 Farbod Asgarzadie, MD Movement Disorders Thu, Sep 24 Frank Hsu, MD Neurosurgery Joint Replacement Thu, Oct 22 Nakal Karkare, MD Orthopedics Memory Disorder Wed, Dec 2 Dr. Sherzal

Fee $10

Chair Volleyball Kick Off & Ice Cream Social

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. Rules are similar to regular volleyball, except “cheeks on the chair, feet on the floor.” Fun and fitness guaranteed! Ice Cream Social will follow Chair Volleyball kickoff on June 17 at 1:30 pm. Day Time Fee 1st/3rd Wed 12:30-1:30pm FREE


Join your friends in a sing-along with a choral director and pianist! This group has gone out 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! Dates Day Time Fee Weekly Tue 10:00-11:00am FREE

Summer Senior Daytime Dance

Senior’s join us for a little summer time fun! Dance to the great music of Sam DeFazio and enjoy a delicious lunch provided by Evans Brown Mortuary. Space is limited and you must register by Thursday, July 22. Date Day Time Fee Jul 29 Wed 11:00am-1:00pm FREE

Fit, Fun & Fabulous

This is a very energizing class that incorporates a variety of stretching, endurance and strengthening moves. The instructor is a great motivator! Instructor: Lindi Abacherli Class# Dates Day Time Fee 4200.201 Jul 1-Jul 31 Mon-Fri 9:00-9:45am $31.50/Month 4200.202 Aug 3-Aug 31 Mon-Fri 9:00-9:45am $31.50/Month 4200.203 Sep 1-Sep 30* Mon-Fri 9:00-9:45am $31.50/Month 4200.204 Oct 1-Oct 30* Mon-Fri 9:00-9:45am $33.00/Month 4200.205 Nov 2-Nov 30* Mon-Fri 9:00-9:45am $27.00/Month 4200.206 Dec 1-Dec 31* Mon-Fri 9:00-9:45am $33.00/Month Please Note: Walk-ins available at $2.50 per class. *Class Skip Dates: Sep 7, Nov 11, Nov 26, Nov 27, Dec 25

Birthday Celebration!

Join us as we celebrate all the people born that month. Tell our staff your birth date, and we’ll put your name on the birthday banner. Sponsored by Reliable Home Help. Dates Day Time Fee Monthly 2nd Wed 11:30am FREE

Duplicate Bridge Club (ACBL Sanctioned)

Our Duplicate Bridge game draws players from throughout the Valley. Come try your skills against theirs! Instructor: Campbell Dates Day Time Fee Weekly Thu 1:00-4:30pm $6

55 Alive Driver Program

AARP sponsors a driver improvement class that may entitle you to a reduction in your auto insurance premiums, as well as refreshing your knowledge of the rules of the road. This is an eight-hour class. Pre-registration is required. Payment is made directly to AARP. Dates Day Time Fee Every other Month 3rd Wed/Thu 12:15-4:15pm $10

Grandparents Support Group

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

Social Security Information

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

Visiting Nurses Assoc. of Inland Counties

Offering monthly information and discussions on understanding Medicare, Hospice Services and Palliative Care with special guest speakers and topics. Dates Day Time Fee Monthly 1st Mon 10:00-11:30am FREE

Health Insurance Counseling

The 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. For appointments, call Sheila at (951) 697-6565 ext. 242. Dates Day Time Fee Monthly 1st Wed By Appointment FREE Monthly 3rd Thu By Appointment FREE

Picking up the Pieces Bereavement Support Group

Hospice of the Valleys provides a weekly bereavement support group. For information regarding available services, call Hospice of the Valleys at 672-1666. Dates Day Time Fee Weekly Tue 1:00pm FREE

Bridge 4 Fun/Duplicate Bridge Club

Master Points are awarded for each game and there is a nominal table fee. Zero tolerance policy strictly enforced. All levels of play welcome! Call (760) 728-6769 or email debcameron@earthlink.net for information. Instructor: Cameron Dates Day Time Fee Weekly Wed 12:00pm-3:00pm $6 Weekly Sat 11:30am-3:00pm $6

“Staying in Touch” with Temecula Seniors S.I.T. Program

Program is designed to keep in touch with Temecula seniors who are living alone or are home bound. Volunteers will call weekly to chat, listen and keep in touch. If you are a Temecula senior and would like to be placed on our list to be called or would like to volunteer, call the Center at 694-6464.

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 caregivers. Dates Day Time Fee Monthly 1st Tue 10:00-11:30am FREE

AARP

This advocacy group is very active in senior issues and welcomes new members. Dates Day Time Fee Monthly 2nd Mon 10:00am FREE

Seniors Golden Years of Temecula

The Seniors Golden Years is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the improvement of the lives of Temecula Valley Seniors. The club sponsors trips, fund raisers and co-sponsors several monthly activities with the Temecula Community Services Department. Seniors’ Golden Years is open to all seniors age 55+. Meetings Dates Day Time Board meetings Monthly 2nd Wed 11:00am General Meetings Monthly 2nd/4th Wed 12:45pm

Golden Years Bingo

Come play a fun game of bingo with all friends. Cards are $1 and ten games will be played. Buy as many cards as you wish. 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 Seniors Golden Years representative at 694-6466 between 9:00am-12:00pm for more information.

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Mary Phillips Senior Center Choral Group


34 - HIGH HOPES

Temecula High Hopes Program

High Hopes Choir & Bells

Do you love to sing? Tuesdays this Fall is the High Hopes Choir program. Test your vocals chords and see how great you sound. Beginners welcomed! Dates Day Time Location Sep 8-Dec 1 Tue 3:00-4:00pm MPSC

“Fall into Step” Tap Class

Back by popular demand, get out your tap shoes, shine them up and join us for our Fall Tap class. The High Hopes Dance program is a great way to socialize and get fit. (Tap shoes required) Dates Day Time Location Sep 8-Dec 1 Tue 2:00-3:00pm MPSC

High Hopes Fall Arts & Crafts Class

Ages: 18 Years - Adults

General Information: 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) 41845 6th Street in Old town behind the Fire Station, the first and third Fridays of each month 6:30–9:30pm. Check out the following calendar for upcoming activities. For additional information, call the MPSC at 694-6464.

Participants will learn painting, watercolor, graphite, collage and much more! Each participant will have a chance to display their favorite pieces at the Annual High Hopes Art & Photography Fair.

Event Calendar

Dates Day Time Jun 11-Aug 13 Thu 2:00-4:00pm Sep 10-Dec 3* Thu 2:00-4:00pm *Class Skip Date: Nov 26

Calendar of events is subjected to change, unless otherwise noted above, dinner not provided. For more information, please call the MPSC 694-6464. Date Jul 3 Jul 17 Aug 7 Aug 21 Sept 4 Sept 18 Oct 2 Oct 16 Nov 6 Nov 20 Dec 4 Dec 18

Event No High Hopes Movie in the Park - RV (Bring lawn chairs & snacks) Meet at the Temeku Hills Park @ 7:00pm Hawaiian Luau and Hawaiian entertainment Ice Cream Social (Sponsored by Evans Brown) No High Hopes 10th Anniversary/Awards Party & Dance *Refreshments provided Spooky Movie Night (Bring a pillow) Halloween Spooktacular Dance @ CRC *pizza provided. Turkey Trot Dance (Bring your favorite snack) No High Hopes No High Hopes Holiday Dinner & Dance @ CRC *Dinner provided

Location MPSC MPSC

Chef’s Wanted!

We are going to cook up something good this Summer! Learn to prepare a variety of delicious foods and desserts. You will have a great time taste testing your creations. Hmmm good! Dates Day Time Location Jun 9-Aug 11 Tue 1:30-3:00pm MPSC

Summer Chair Volleyball

Take a seat and have a ball playing chair volleyball. This unique activity is played with light weight beach balls. Develop hand-eye coordination and get fit without leaving your seat! Great activity for special needs adults. Dates Day Time Location Jun 9-Aug 11 Tue 3:00-4:00pm MPSC

Disneyland Excursion!

Call the MPSC for date and detailed information.

Open Gym Ongoing: Mon/Wed/Fri Time: 9:00am-11:00am

Location: CRC Gym

Schedule subject to change. Call the CRC for details 694-6410.

Temecula Special Games

The City of Temecula Community Services Department is proud to be hosting the 2nd Annual Temecula Special Games in Spring 2010. Look for event details and information in the Winter/Spring 2010 Guide to Leisure Activities.

Temecula Special Games......Where Everyone’s a Winner!


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. Additional nutritional and healthy living information will be provided at each session.

Ages: All

Days: Monday through Friday

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4th Annual Run for Fitness 5K/10K Walk-Run

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The City of Temecula understands the benefits of overall health and wellness and wishes to encourage citizens to participate in this annual Run for Fitness 5K/10K Walk-Run.

Date: Sunday, September 13th Time: 8:00am Location: CRC, 30875 Rancho Vista Road Fees: Adults - $25 (Youth free with paid adult) Youth - $10 (Without paid adult)

For more details and registration information contact the Community Recreation Center at 694-6410.

Temecula’s Wonderful Trails! Here is your opportunity to get your Guide to Temecula’s Trails & Bikeways. This informative guide highlights the City of Temecula’s trail system which consists of approximately 97 miles of bike lanes and 22 miles of trails. One of the primary goals and objectives of the trails and bikeway system has always been to provide a system that is user friendly. Therefore, there are bikeway and trail connections to many of our park sites, schools and other points of interest within the City. The Community Services Department is proud to announce that a section of trail along Murrieta Creek which is identified in the City’s Multi-Use Trails and Bikeways Master Plan is now complete! This 1.7 mile section of trail is located on the west side of the creek along Diaz Road between Rancho California Road and Winchester Road. This area offers both soft and hard surface trails that meander along Murrieta Creek. Other trail amenities include landscaped areas, trees, benches, picnic tables and interpretive signage. To report immediate safety concerns related to the trails or bike lanes please contact the Public Works Department at 694-6411 or contact staff via the City’s website at www.cityoftemecula.org. If you have comments or suggestions that will help the City provide a better trail and bikeway system please contact Barbara Smith in the Community Services Department at 694-6480. Get your copy today by either downloading from the City’s website or a request for a printed copy of the map to be mailed to your home may be made by calling 694-6480.

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Get Healthy, Stay Healthy ... One Step At A Time. “Temecula ... Walking Circles Around the World!�


36 - SPORTS FACILITIES & LEAGUES

Sports Facilities &Leagues

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, tennis courts, tot lots and barbecue areas. 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 Community Recreation Center during normal office hours at 694-6410.

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 DePortola Rd 30875 Rancho Vista Rd 42075 Meadows Pkwy 29119 Margarita Rd 28582 Harveston Dr 32380 Deer Hollow Way

2009 Summer/Fall Adult Sports Leagues

Information packages regarding rules and procedures are available at the CRC for pick-up or by calling 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 may also call the CRC. 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.

2009 Summer/Fall Registration Information: League Adult Softball

Start Date Aug 3

Reg Date Jun 23

Mgr. Mtg Jul 28

Adult Softball Leagues Fee: $450/Team

(additional $10 non-resident fee per non-resident player)

Day Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

League Womens/Mens IV Mens III Mens II Mens I & IV Co-ed

Start Date Time Aug 3 6:00-10:00pm Aug 4 6:00-10:00pm Aug 5 6:00-10:00pm Aug 6 6:00-10:00pm Aug 7 6:00-10:00pm

Location PHBSP PHBSP PHBSP PHBSP PHBS

Adult Softball Tournaments

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

• Baseball/Softball Temecula National Little League (North of Rancho Cal) Phone: 694-6852 Email: www.eteamz.com/tvnll

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Temecula Valley Central Little League

www.tvcll.com

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Temecula Valley Girls Softball Assoc. 894-2403 or www.tvgsa.net

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Temecula Youth Baseball (PONY)

www.tybb.org

• Basketball Temecula Youth Basketball

699-9307

National Junior Basketball

714-541-4450

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• Football Temecula Valley Pop Warner 302-3304 or www.temeculavalleypopwarner.com • Hockey Temecula Valley In-line Hockey Assn. 461-3547 • Judo Temecula Valley Judo Club 698-4297 • Swim Temecula Swim & Water Polo Club 699-5526 • Soccer Temecula Valley Youth Soccer Assn. 676-5425 or tvsa.org

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Temecula United Soccer Club 694-3254 or www.temeculaunited.org

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Southwest Soccer Club 699-7972 • Track & Field Temecula Valley Time Machine 506-7847 or temeculatimemachine.org Non-Res Teams: Nov 4 • YMCA Spark of Love Sat Dec 12 TBA Temecula Teams: Dec 1 Basketball & Flag Football 677-9622 Toy Drive Non-Res Teams: Dec 2 or www.riversideymca.org Attention Coaches: Are you looking for additional players? Call the CRC at 694-6410 to request names of individuals waiting to play in organized • Boys and Girls Clubs competition. 695-0181 or 699-1526 or www.bgcswc.org

Location: PHBSP Fields Tournament Day Date Turkey Trot Sat Nov 21

Fee: $225 Time Reg Deadline TBA Temecula Teams: Nov 3

Field Closures: If you would like to be notified of all field closures, please visit the city website at www.cityoftemecula.org to be placed on an email distribution list.

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


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.

37 -TEMECULA SKATE PARK

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.

Fall Skaters Challenge!

Join the City for an awesome day to show your boarding skills. Only amateur boarders are eligible. No sponsored, pro or competitive skaters. 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. All safety equipment is required and is available for rent.

Admission

Date

Time

Fee

Location

TBA

TBD

FREE

Temecula Skate Park

Type

Fee

Resident Non-Resident

FREE $5/session

Summer Hours of Operation:

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

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

(Jun 15-Aug 14)

Days

Session Hours

Monday - Friday

Session 1

1:00pm - 3:30pm

Session 2

4:00pm - 6:30pm

Session 1

1:00pm - 3:30pm

Session 2

4:00pm - 6:30pm

Session 1*

1:00pm - 3:30pm

Saturday Sunday

Session 2 4:00pm - 6:30pm * Note: Sunday session is for beginners only.

Fall Hours of Operation: Days

Session Hours

Monday - Friday

Session 1

4:00pm - 6:30pm

Saturday

Session 1

1:00pm - 3:30pm

Session 2

4:00pm - 6:30pm

Sunday

Session 1*

1:00pm - 3:30pm

Session 2 4:00pm - 6:30pm * Note: Sunday session is for beginners only.

Scheduled Closures Date

Day

Jul 4 Sat Oct 31 Sat Dec 25 Fri

Sessions Open None None None


38 - FACILITY & PICNIC SHELTER RENTALS

Picnic Shelter Rentals

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

Harveston Community Park Picnic Shelter 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.

Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, Meetings, Seminars, & Much More!

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 banquet? Temecula Community Services Department has just the place for you. We also have park picnic shelters with barbecue areas that can be reserved for groups. Call the Community Services Department at 694-6410 to schedule an appointment to tour our facilities or make a reservation.

Ronald Reagan Sports Park Picnic Shelter 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 Picnic Shelter 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, first-served basis.

Margarita Community Park Picnic Shelter 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. Basketball is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Temecula Community Services Department also rents sports fields for practices, picnics and tournaments.

Community Recreation Center (CRC), 30875 Rancho Vista Road

The perfect setting for special events! The multipurpose room is ideal for banquets, receptions, concerts and plays. The facility has a full-service kitchen and can accommodate groups from 15 to 300 with banquet seating for 250. The outdoor amphitheater is perfect for concerts. The center features a stage with professional lighting and stereo sound system. Please call 694- 6410 for more information.

Temecula Community Center (TCC), 28816 Pujol Street

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. Please call 694-6469 for more information.

Mary Phillips Senior Center (MPSC), 41845 6th Street

An ideal spot for groups needing a room to hold meetings, parties or receptions. The facility has a partial kitchen, meeting room and a multipurpose room that can accommodate 100 people. Please call 694-6464 for more information.

For more information, or to reserve your date and location, please call the Community Services Department at: (951) 694-6410


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, bays and oceans. In 2002, the U.S. Geological Survey reported that there were pharmaceutical compounds in 80% of waterways tested. How should you dispose of pharmaceuticals? Pills – Crush and mix with kitty litter, coffee grounds or other similar type of material and place in your black trash bin. Liquid medication – pour into paper towels or other absorbent material and place in your black trash bin. Inhaler – empty container by expelling propellant 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 a secure rigid plastic type container (like 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. Note: A limited supply of approved sharps containers will be provided at no cost at the collection event.

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

ABOP Center

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

Recycling

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 businesses that request a “recycled materials only” bin. For more information, contact CR&R at (800) 755-8112.

Bulky Item Pick-Up

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

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!

City Wide Clean Up

(Citywide Clean-up and Oil Collection) CR&R Inc. and the City of Temecula will be co-sponsoring the bi-annual Community Clean Up Day and Citywide Clean-up and Oil Collection tentatively scheduled for one Saturday in the Spring & Fall. All City residents may dispose of e-waste, used motor oil, antifreeze, batteries, green waste as well as 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, please contact Barbara Smith in Community Services at 694-6480.

Holiday Schedule Trash Pick-Up

The holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and Christmas. This is a reminder, that during the holidays, your trash collection will be delayed one day. For example, 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 collection & street sweeping services may not change.

“Create Community Through People, Parks & Programs ... It’s What We Do! ”

39 - COMMUNITY SERVICES INFORMATION

Recycling Community and Trash Service Information CSD Maintenance Division Services


40 - PARKS & FACILITIES INFORMATION

City Facilities and Places of Interest


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Park Sites, Facilities and Off-Site Class Locations


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Aquatics

General information: Dates and times may change due to holidays, special events, swimmer safety and maintenance of the facility or participation levels.

CRC Pool Location: Amenities:

30875 Rancho Vista Road 25 Yard Heated Pool Depth Range of 3 1/2 ft - 12 ft Diving Board - 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)

CHS Pool

Private Swim Lessons Ages: 10 Years - Adults

Program designed for swimmers needing one-on-one instruction. Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis and space is limited. Participants should be in a swimsuit ready for class at class time. Walk-in registration begins at 9:00am on Jun 1 at the CRC. Location: TES Pool Fee: $70/Resident; $80/Non-resident Session 1 Class Dates: Jun 20-Jul 18 Session 2 Class Dates: Jul 25-Aug 15 Class times for Session 1 and 2 as follows: 9:30-10:10am; 10:20am-11:00am; 11:10-11:50am

Public Swim

Children, seven years and younger, must be accompanied by an adult (18+). Children may be required to swim overhand crawl stroke while breathing side to side the width of the pool to be allowed to use the diving board. Masks, fins and snorkels are prohibited. Only “Coast Guard Approved” life jackets are permitted. TES Pool (For training purposes, staff will conduct periodic drills that will require patrons to Location: Temecula Elementary School, 41951 Moraga Road vacate the pool area for 15-20 minutes.) Amenities: 25 Yard Heated Pool Resident Fee: $1 (0-12 years and 55+) $2.50 (13-54 years) All-shallow pool with depths ranging from 3-4 1/2 ft Non-resident: $5 Location: CRC Pool Safety Concerns Dates Day Time • Due to safety concerns masks, fins and snorkels are Jun 15 - Aug 14 Mon-Fri 12:30-3:30pm prohibited at all times. May 23 - Sep 26 Sat-Sun 1:00-5:00pm • Only “Coast Guard Approved” flotation life jackets may be worn. All youth Location: CHS Pool wearing life jackets must be accompanied by an adult in the water. Dates Day Time • Shirts are prohibited on the waterslide and in deep water. Jun 15 - Aug 14 Mon-Fri 12:30-3:30pm • Pools are subject to closure if weather presents a hazard. Jun 13-Aug 16 Sat-Sun 1:00-5:00pm • Swim diapers are required for all infants. *May be extended as weather permits • The Community Services Department will not assume any responsibility for any • Holiday Hours personal property. Please do not bring valuables! Dates Day Time Non - Resident Fee Policy Jul 4 Sat 11:00am-3:00pm Please note non-residents include, but are not limited to, residents of: Wine Sep 7 Mon 11:00am-3:00pm (CRC Pool ONLY) Country, Winchester, Murrieta, Menifee, Canyon Lake, Lake Elsinore, Anza, De Luz, Silverhawk, French Valley and other nearby communities. Masters Program Swim Lesson Refund Policy Ages: Adults Refunds must be requested 5 business days prior to the first class. A 20% Program designed to help swimmers improve fitness and/or train for specific goals, cancellation fee will be applied to all approved refunds. 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. Adult Learn to Swim Workouts are coached by a certified USA Swimming Coach and are designed Ages: Adults Class designed for adults who desire swim instruction. All skill levels will be to meet different fitness levels. All participants must complete a USA Masters accommodated from basics to stroke technique. Course is taught by certified registration form and pay the yearly dues of $40. Location: CRC Pool Fee: $30/per month American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors. Date Day Time Instructor: City Staff Location: CRC Pool Ongoing Mon/Wed/Fri 5:30-7:00am Fee: $50/Resident; $60/Non-resident *Location subject to change due to participation level. Class# Dates Day Time 5001.201 Jun 13-Jul 11* 5001.202 Jul 18-Aug 8 5001.203 Aug 15-Sep 5 5001.204 Sep 12-Oct 3 *Class Skip Date: Jul 4

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

Family Swim Night

This is a great way for parents to cool off on warm summer nights! Children must be accompanied by a parent and provide proof of residency. Fee: $1/Resident/; $5/Non-resident Location Start Date Day Time CRC Pool Jun 17 Wed 6:30-8:00pm CHS Pool Jun 19 Fri 6:30-8:00pm *There will not be Family Swim on Jul 3 at the CHS Pool.

Lap/Leisure Swim 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: $2/Resident; $5/Non-resident Dates Day Time Ongoing Mon-Fri 5:30am-8:30am May 18-Aug 28 Mon-Fri 11:15am-12:15pm Begins Aug 31 Mon-Fri 11:00am-12:45pm Ongoing Sat 7:00am-9:00am

Water Aerobics/Aqua Exercise

Ages: 12 Years - Adults A complete workout using water as resistance to firm, tone and increase cardiorespiratory endurance. Classes at TES Pool are shallow water only. Shallow water, participants should be comfortable in 3 to 4 feet of water. Ability to swim is not required. Tue. class at CRC Pool is shallow water and Thur. class is deep water. Classes are ongoing and participation in both classes not required. Instructor: Hinton/Woolstenhulme Fee: $4/Resident; $5/Non-resident Dates Day Time Location Jun 2-Aug 13 Tue/Thu 8:00-8:45am TES Pool Aug 18-Nov 19 Tue/Thu 10:00-10:45am CRC Pool Class Skip Dates: Nov 11

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. Materials Fee: Optional $25 fee for belt. Instructor: Hinton Fee: $4/Resident; $5/Non-resident Dates Day Time Location Jun 6-Aug 29 Sat 9:00am-10:00am CHS Pool


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Discover Scuba Ages: 12 Years - Adults

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. Just bring a bathing suit and a towel, we’ll provide the rest! Class size is limited and pre-registration is required. Note: Contact Scuba Center Temecula at 506-0252 prior to class to be fitted for equipment. Instructor: Scuba Center Temecula Staff Fee: FREE Class # Dates Day Time 3802.201 Jul 25 Sat 5:30-7:00pm 3802.202 Aug 22 Sat 5:30-7:00pm 3802.203 Sep 26 Sat 5:30-7:00pm 3802.204 Oct 24 Sat 5:30-7:00pm 3802.205 Nov 14 Sat 3:00-4:30pm 3802.206 Dec 12 Sat 3:00-4:30pm

Scuba Diving Lessons Ages: 12 Years - Adults

Discover the fun and excitement of SCUBA diving. Scuba Center Temecula instructors are ready to show you how to explore our underwater world and certify you in as little as 2 weeks. Open-water dives are conducted either on Catalina Island or La Jolla Shores. Participants must provide own mask, snorkel, boots, fins and gloves. Each class consists of classroom and pool instruction and two ocean dives. Information/Materials Fee: Contact Scuba Center Temecula at 5060252 for breakdown of class schedule, materials fees and list of instructions to be completed prior to the first class meeting. Instructor: Scuba Center Temecula Staff Fee: $120/Session Class # Class Dates 3801.201 Jul 6-Jul 26 3801.202 Aug 3-Aug 23 3801.203 Sep 8-Sep 27 3801.204 Oct 5-Oct 25 3801.205 Nov 2-Nov 22 3801.206 Dec 1-Dec 20

Swim Lesson Level Descriptions Parent N’ Me Ages: 6 Months - 3 Years Course designed for parent/child interaction. Emphasis is on water adjustment, water entry, bubble blowing, underwater exploration, front glide, front kick, arm movement, back float, rolling over, rescue breathing and safety skills. NOTE: Infants must wear plastic pants under suits. Swim diapers ONLY. Toddler Ages: 3 - 5 Years Students must be able to listen and follow directions. Skills taught include water adjustment, bubble blowing, underwater exploration, introduction to front crawl stroke, back float and front float with support, kicking and alternate arm strokes. L1 - Level 1 Water Exploration Ages: 5+ Years Students learn elementary aquatic skills. Skills taught include bubble blowing, underwater exploration, introduction to front crawl stroke, back float and front float with support, kicking and alternate arm strokes. L2 - Level 2 Primary Skills Ages: 5+ Years Participant must have mastered Level 1 skills prior to this class. Objective of course is for students to successfully learn fundamental skills. Student will learn to float without support, and to recover to a vertical position. Other skills to be taught are glides, front arm motion, back arm motion, flutter kicks and rhythmic breathing. This level marks the beginning of true locomotion skills and adds to self-help and basic rescue skills. L3 - Level 3 Stroke Readiness Ages: 5+ Years Participant must have mastered Level 2 skills prior to this class. Course will teach the combined skills of front arm motion and rhythmic breathing, diving from the side of pool, back crawl and elementary backstroke kick. These skills are moving your child into the field of true aquatics. L4/5 - Level 4 Stroke Development/Level 5 Stroke Refinement Combo Level 4: Participant must have mastered Level 3 skills prior to this class. Course develops confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other skills. New skills introduced will be elementary backstroke, breaststroke and sidestroke. Students increase their endurance by swimming greater distances. Level 5 Stroke Refinement: Participant must have mastered Level 4 skills prior to this class. Student should have good basic stroke skills. Objective is to coordinate and refine key strokes. Butterfly, open turns and springboard diving will be introduced at this time. L6 - Level 6 Personal Water Safety/Fundamentals of Diving Participant must have mastered Level 5 skills prior to this class. The objective of Level 6 is to polish strokes so students use with more ease, efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Personal safety survival swimming and self-rescue skills are introduced. Springboard diving fundamentals are also taught. Swimming endurance is greatly increased during course. Youth Swim Lessons information on Page 44.


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Youth Swim Lessons

General Information: Due to many requests for those desiring to participate in this program, the City of Temecula will once again be offering an expanded youth swim lesson program through the months of May, June, July, August, and September. Lessons will be provided at the Community Recreation Center, Chaparral High School Pools, and Temecula Elementary School Pool. Please read the information below and refer to page 43 for level descriptions and the “Mail-In Swim Registration Form” on page 45.

Non-Resident Fee Policy

Please be mindful that non-residents include, but are not limited to, residents of: Winchester, Murrieta, Menifee, Canyon Lake, Lake Elsinore, Anza, De Luz, Silverhawk, French Valley and other nearby communities.

Swim Lesson Refund Policy

Refunds must be requested 5 business days prior to the first class start date. A 20% cancellation fee will be applied to all approved refunds.

How to Register

Residents: Mail-In Registration: We are proud to offer mail-in registration for City of Temecula residents only. It is important to keep in mind that mail-in registration will be accepted only during the weeks specified for the session indicated. Residents who use mail-in registration will be given first priority. Walk-In Registration: Walk-in registration will be available for residents who do not wish to use the mail-in process, and for non-residents, should class space be available. Proof of residency will be required at time of registration. Walk-in registration will be held at the CRC located at 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. from 4:30-6:30pm on the dates indicated. Please remember that residents using mail-in registration will receive priority over walk-in registrations. Non-Residents: Walk-In Registration: Walk-in registration will be available for non-residents should class space be available. Walk-in registration will be held at the CRC located at 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. from 4:30-6:30pm on the dates indicated.

LESSON FEES: Resident: $50/2Wks Non-resident: $60/2 Wks

Summer Swim Lessons Summer Lesson and Registrations Dates: Lesson Dates

Days

Mail-in Reg Walk-in Reg

Jun 15-Jun 26

Mon-Fri

May 2-May 8

Jun 29-Jul 10

Mon-Fri

Jun 13-Jun 17 Jun 23

Jul 13-Jul 24

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Jun 27-Jul 1

Jul 27-Aug 7

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Jul 11 - Jul 15

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Session 2* Session 3 Session 4 Session 5**

May 26

Jul 7 Jul 21

Aug 10-Aug 21 Mon-Fri Jul 25-Jul 29 Aug 4 *No Class: Jul 3 **Session 5 - Afternoon/Evening classes only available

SUMMER SWIM LESSON SCHEDULE Please Note: Classes/levels may be combined due to low enrollment.

CRC Pool AM Classes Time Age Class

Parent N’Me Parent N’Me Toddler Toddler Toddler Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 2 Level 2 Level 2 Level 3 Level 3 Level 4/5 Level 4/5 Level 6

9:40-10:10am 6 Mos-3 yrs 10:20-10:50am 6 Mos-3 yrs 9-9:30am 3-5 Yrs 9:40-10:10am 3-5 Yrs 10:20-10:50am 3-5 Yrs 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs + 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs + 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + 9:55-10:25am 5 Yrs + 9-9:45am 5 Yrs + 9:55-10:40am 5 Yrs + 9-9:45am 5 Yrs +

CRC Pool PM Classes Time Age Class

Parent N’Me Toddler Toddler Level 1 Level 1 Level 2 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4/5 Level 6

4:25-4:55pm 3:45-4:15pm 4:25-4:55pm 3:45-4:15pm 4:25-4:55pm 3:45-4:15pm 4:25-4:55pm 3:45-4:15pm 3:45-4:25pm 3:45-4:25pm

6 Mos-3 yrs 3-5 Yrs 3-5 Yrs 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs +

CHS Pool AM Classes Time Age Class Parent N’Me Toddler Toddler Toddler Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 2 Level 2 Level 2 Level 3 Level 3 Level 4/5 Level 4/5 Level 6

9:40-10:10am 6 Mos-3 yrs 9-9:30am 3-5 Yrs 9:40-10:10am 3-5 Yrs 10:20-10:50am 3-5 Yrs 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs + 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs + 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + 9:55-10:25am 5 Yrs + 9-9:45am 5 Yrs + 9:55-10:40am 5 Yrs + 9-9:45am 5 Yrs +

Parent N’Me Toddler Toddler Level 1 Level 1 Level 2 Level 2 Level 3 Level 3 Level 4/5 Level 4/5 Level 6

4:25-4:55pm 3:45-4:15pm 4:25-4:55pm 3:45-4:15pm 4:25-4:55pm 3:45-4:15pm 4:25-4:55pm 3:45-4:15pm 5:10-5:55pm 3:45-4:25pm 5:10-5:55pm 3:45-4:25pm

CHS Pool PM Classes Time Age Class

6 Mos-3 yrs 3-5 Yrs 3-5 Yrs 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs +

TES Pool AM Classes Time Age Class Parent N’Me Toddler Toddler Toddler Toddler Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 2 Level 2 Level 2 Level 2 Level 3 Level 3 Level 3

11-11:30am 6 Mos-3 yrs 9-9:30am 3-5 Yrs 9:40-10:10am 3-5 Yrs 10:20-10:50am 3-5 Yrs 11-11:30am 3-5 Yrs 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs + 11-11:30am 5 Yrs + 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs + 11-11:30am 5 Yrs + 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs +

Class Level Descriptions Class Level Descriptions Available on pg. 37 Available on Page 43.

TES Pool PM Classes Class Time Age Parent N’Me Toddler Toddler Toddler Toddler Toddler Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 1 Level 2 Level 2 Level 2 Level 2 Level 2 Level 3 Level 3 Level 3 Level 3

5:10-5:40pm 4:30-5pm 5:10-5:40pm 5:50-6:20pm 6:30-7pm 7:10-7:40pm* 4:30-5pm 5:10-5:40pm 5:50-6:20pm 6:30-7pm 7:10-7:40pm* 4:30-5pm 5:10-5:40pm 5:50-6:20pm 6:30-7pm 7:10-7:40pm* 4:30-5pm 5:50-6:20pm 6:30-7pm 7:10-7:40pm*

*Session 2-4 Only

6 Mos-3 yrs

3-5 Yrs 3-5 Yrs 3-5 Yrs 3-5 Yrs 3-5 Yrs 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs + 5 Yrs +


Swim Mail-In Registration Form

• Mail-in registrations will be accepted for City of Temecula residents only. Please be mindful that non-residents include but are not limited to residents of: Winchester, Murrieta, Anza, De Luz, Silverhawk, French Valley and other nearby communities. • Mail-in registration forms will only be accepted during the mail-in registration dates indicated on the previous page. All registration forms must be postmarked on the dates indicated for each session. Any forms received postmarked before or after the appropriate dates will be returned unprocessed. • A confirmation receipt with your class level, time and pool location will be mailed to you once your registration form is received and processed. Due to popular demand, please make sure that you have selected a first, second, and third choice on the registration form. Staff will do their best to accommodate first choice requests. • One registration form per participant is necessary. Additional forms may be copied, picked up at the Community Recreation Center during regular business hours Monday- Friday, 8am - 5pm, or downloaded from www.cityoftemecula.org • All swim lessons for Temecula residents are $50 each. One form of payment (check, money order, credit card purchase) per participant is required. Single payments for multiple requests (i.e. sibling groups) will not be processed. Cash may be used at walk-in registration only. Do not mail in cash. Make checks payable to the City of Temecula. If paying by credit card the payee’s name must match the name as it appears on the card. • If you would like to request placement with a sibling or other participant, please send all forms in the same envelope and we will try to accommodate your request. • The City may combine classes due to low enrollment. • Please mail the form below with your choice of payment to CSD, Swim Lesson Registration, P.O. Box 9033, Temecula, CA 92589-9033.

City of Temecula - Swim Lesson Mail-In Registration Form

Participant Information First Name

Last Name

Date of Birth

Gender M

Choice 1st Choice

Session (Circle One) Spring Lessons: 1 (CRC Only)

Summer Lessons: 1 2 3 4 5 2nd Choice

Spring Lessons: 1 (CRC Only)

Summer Lessons: 1 2 3 4 5 3rd Choice

Spring Lessons: 1 (CRC Only)

Summer Lessons: 1 2 3 4 5

Summer Pool Location (Check One)

Level* (Check One)

CRC CHS TES Any Location

PNM

CRC CHS TES Any Location

PNM

CRC CHS TES Any Location

PNM

F

Time TOD L4/5

L1

L3

TOD L4/5

L1

L3

L1

L3

TOD L4/5

L2

____:____ am/pm Any Available

L2

____:____ am/pm Any Available

L2

____:____ am/pm Any Available

L6 L6

L6

Payee Information First Name

Last Name

Date of Birth /

/

Address

City

State

(H) Phone

(W) Phone

Cell Phone/Pager

Credit Card No. / Check No.

Expiration

Gender M

F

Zip

Form of Payment Payment Type Check

Credit Card

/

Money Order

Print name as it appears on card

Card Issuer /

Visa

Master Card

Signature

Billing Address (Street, City, State, Zip) *SeePage page4337forfor level descriptions **Please note: There must be one check or money order per participant and mailed in the same envelope See level descriptions. • Should one of the three choices listed above be unavailable, may an available class be appointed? Yes_____ No_____ • Sorry, no specific instructor may be requested. • Although a registration form and payment must be completed for each participant, please list any other sibling/s requesting swim lessons along with mailing in the same envelope _______________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ • Every attempt will be made to grant one of the choices above. Should sibling groups not be accommodated, do you still desire to take the swim lessons identified above? Yes_____ No____ • Special Needs/Additional Requests: __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ • Swim Lesson Refund Policy - Refunds must be requested 5 business days prior to class start date. A 20% cancellation fee is applied to all approved refunds.

LIABILITY WAIVER: I realize every precaution is taken to eliminate any injuries or hazards, and a competent supervisor is present; however, in the event of any injury, I hereby waive, release and hold harmless from any liability for damages for personal injury including accidental death, as well as from claims for property damage which may arise in connection with the above named activity, against the supervisor, the City of Temecula, its officers, agents, employees and volunteers. I further permit the use of activity/event photography and/or video for media promotion. In case of accident or other emergency, personnel of the Community Services Department and/or its agents are hereby authorized to secure medical care deemed necessary as a result of accident or injury for the participant. I further agree to pay any and all costs incurred as a result of said treatment.

Adult/Guardian Signature:

Date:


46 - ACTIVITY REGISTRATION FORM

ACTIVITY REGISTRATION FORM


The City of Temecula Community Services Department is excited to share with you our new online registration system that gives you the flexibility to register for classes and activities 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! The best part is there is no charge to utilize this service. The online registration system is a simple, secure and convenient program which allows you to browse a listing of City classes and activities and update your personal account. You can enroll in recreational activities and make payments by credit card anytime. With just a few clicks you will be ready to experience Online Registration and all the benefits it has to offer. Visit the City Website at: www.cityoftemecula.org to get started!

New Users

Type www.cityoftemecula.org/registration/ in the internet address bar. Click on the button NEW USER Enter your information (fields with * are required) and click SUBMIT Select CONTINUE at the ACCOUNT CONFIRMATION screen

User Account

Your online account is a powerful tool. It allows you to view activity information, change personal information, add family members to your account, register for classes and make payments. To log in: Type www.cityoftemecula.org/registration/ in the internet address bar. Click on the button LOGIN Enter USERNAME and Case-sensitive PASSWORD Click Continue

Finding a Class

Finding classes available for online registration is simple. Here are some hints on searching: Click on the button SEARCH FOR CLASSES Narrow the search list by changing the LOCATION or CATEGORY Use ADVANCED SEARCH to locate a class by a keyword like JAZZ (searches are not case sensitive)

Selecting Your Class

Once you have made your class selection it is time to add them to your shopping cart. Click on the activity name of the class you have selected In the ACTIVITY DETAIL screen confirm class information is correct Select ADD TO CART

Checking Out

Click on the button CART Verify all information in the SHOPPING CART then select CHECKOUT Click CONTINUE at the PARTICIPANT INFORMATION screen Click CONTINUE at the CONFIRM PRICES screen Provide credit card information on the PAYMENT INFORMATION screen click CONTINUE to complete order

Registration can also be mailed or completed in person at the following locations: Mail-In: • Mail a completed and signed Activity Registration Form to: PO Box 9033, Temecula, CA 92589-9033. • Payment may be made by check, money order, Mastercard or Visa. • Make checks payable to “City of Temecula”.

Walk-In: Register in person using cash, check, money order or credit card at the following locations:

Location

Day

Time

Community Recreation Center (CRC) City Hall

Mon-Fri Mon-Fri

8:00am-4:45pm 8:00am-5:00pm

Register early to ensure your space!

Please review our refund policy prior to registering for classes or activities.

Refund Policy

• A full refund will be given for activities cancelled by the City of Temecula. If the dates or times of an activity are changed by the City and the participant is unable to attend, a full refund will apply. • All requests for transfers or refunds must be requested 5 business days prior to the first class start date. • A 20% cancellation fee will be deducted from all approved refunds. • If original payment was made by a credit card, the refund will be credited back to the credit card. All other refunds will be issued by check and may take up to 2 weeks to receive. • If participant is dissatisfied with a class they must contact Tracy Masters, the Senior Recreation Coordinator at 694-6480 prior to the 2nd class to request a credit that can be used to retake the class or be applied to another class in the future. • If participant is unable to continue with a class after the class has begun due to an illness or health issue, a medical excuse from a doctor must be provided to obtain a credit that can be used to retake the class or be applied to another class in the future. Charges for classes attended will be deducted from all approved credits.

47 - ONLINE REGISTRATION IS QUICK, CONVENIENT AND FREE!

Online Registration


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

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Residential Customer Temecula, CA

Star Spangled 4th of July Parade

Begins at 10:00am • Old Town Front Street (Traveling North between Second Street and Moreno Road)

• Family Fun at the Ronald Reagan Sports Park

Begins at 2:00pm • Food, Fun & Entertainment Ronald Reagan Sports Park • 30875 Rancho Vista Road

Fireworks Show

Begins at 9:00pm SHARP! Musical simulcast by KATY 101.3 (bring your radio) Ronald Reagan Sports Park • 30875 Rancho Vista Road

For more information, call the Community Services department at: 694-6480 Please Note: Motor homes are not permitted in the established parking lot areas. Alcoholic beverages and glass containers are strictly prohibited.

TEMECULA, CA PERMIT NO.5

City of Temecula Summer/Fall 2009 Recreation Guide  

Guide to Leisure Activities