Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District Activity Guide: January - April 2023

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DISTRICT OFFICE

4150 Temescal St Fair Oaks, CA 95628 | 916 966 1036 | wwwforpdorg

STAFF Community Email Special Events communitysuggestions@forpd.org events@forpd.org

To reach a team member by e mail, use the person’s first letter of their first name followed by their last name @forpdorg

LEADERSHIP TEAM

Mike Aho

Nick Davison, CPRP

Jennifer Larkin

Sean Ventura

Danielle Whitmore

District Administrator Recreation Manager Admin Services Manager Parks & Facilities Manager Arts & Entmt Manager

ADMINISTRATIVE TEAM

Administrative Offices

Jamie Fawcett

Paula Lucas

Ian Roberts, CPRP

Main Phone Line Accountant Admin. Assistant II Admin. Assistant II

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT TEAM

Andrea Delucchi

PARKS TEAM

Nathan Martinez

Sam Reyna Rick Zurlo

Matt Ellis Steven Banks Parks Services Park Services Dog Park Bike Park

Arts & Entmt. Associate 916 966 1036

Park Supervisor Park Worker Park Worker Park Worker Park Worker On Call On Call / Park Office Closures & Updates

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RECREATION TEAM

Sabrina Bernardo, MS Chelsey Adams, CPRP

Mary Cattolica

Alisha Koehn Facility Host

Recreation Supervisor Recreation Supervisor Recreation Coordinator Preschool Teacher Facility Rentals

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3 preschool recreation based camps summer & breaks 4-5 7 9 education & enrichment 10 14 arts & culture 15 19 athletics & adventure 22 sports leagues 20-21 fitness & wellness 23-26 community events indoor & outdoor rentals 27 28 29 measure j project updates 30 34 district information
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preschool recreation-based

FAIR OAKS PRESCHOOL

8090 Grand Avenue, Fair Oaks 2023 - 2024 SCHOOL YEAR: AUGUST 14 - MAY 31

Fair Oaks Preschool’s focus is on the social development of children ages three through five years old. Children will benefit by developing their social skills through art, projects, stories, songs, games, and outside play. Children will also have the opportunity to develop their independence, self help, and sharing skills and learn to follow directions. Our free flow structure and developmentally appropriate curriculum provide an environment where each unique child can learn and grow, and where parents can learn more about their children Teachers are experienced instructors committed to offering your preschooler a positive experience and providing support for your child’s first school years Parent participation is required.

REGISTRATIONDETAILS

PROGRAMOPTIONS

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday

Ages4 5

Times9:00am 12:00pm Fee$310per4 weeksession

Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday

Ages35 5

Times1:00pm 4:00pm Fee$310per4 weeksession

Thefourandfive year oldclassesarebasedupon a nine month curriculum designed to prepare a child for elementary school Cooperation and sharing are emphasized in games, music and movement, arts and crafts, academics, and supervisedfreeplaythroughouttheyear

Thursday/Friday

Times9:00am 12:00pm Ages3 4 Fee$260per4 weeksession

This three and four year old recreation oriented program is a good introduction to group activities. Children will experience simple arts and crafts, show and tell, circle time, organized games,andsupervisedfreeplay

TUITIONDETAILS

Tuition is paid on a monthly basis and the child is registered from June 2023May 2024 unless formal withdrawalissubmitted.

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A yearly non refundable registration fee of $90 is due at the time of registration. Children currently enrolled in the program have priority to re enroll. Required paperwork will be completed following registration For more informationpleasevisitwwwforpdorg 2023 2024 Registration will take place in April 2023 Informationregardingregistrationcanbe foundatforpd.org/382/Registration.

camps summer & breaks

CAMP FAIR OAKS

Our fully inclusive school break and summer camps offer a wide variety of activities, programming, arts and crafts, guest speakers/experiences, and games With our fun loving staff, your child will have the the opportunity to make friends, discover new interests, and share moments that will last a lifetime You won’t want to miss out!

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Registration will CLOSE on THURSDAY before the desired session of camp at 5:00 PM or when capacity has been met, whichever comes first

PRESIDENTS BREAK CAMP

Ages: 6 11 Fee: $120

Location: McMillan Center

Get movin’ and groovin’ with CFO Decades Week! Your child will enjoy a variety of arts & crafts, sports, and other activities themed to different decades each day!

Theme: Decades

7:30a 1:30p Tu F 2/21 2/24 Session 1:

SPRING BREAK CAMP

Ages: 6 11 Fee: $120

Location: McMillan Center

Spring into FUN during this action packed week full of arts & crafts, sports, and other activities! Join CFO to make the most of your Spring Break, get outside, and make memories to last a lifetime!

Theme: Nature

Session 1:

7:30a 1:30p M Th 4/3 4/6

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CAMP FAIR OAKS SUMMER CAMP

We've got big news to share! Camp Fair Oaks (CFO) Summer Camp is returning to the good ol' days at Fair Oaks Park, McMillan Center Field trips will also return this summer!

REGISTRATION OPENS - MARCH 1, 2023

camps summer & breaks

COUNSELORS

Ages: 12 15 Fee: $103

IN TRAINING

Location: McMillan Center

Tiny Turtles Summer Camp on March 1, 2023, at 9:00a.

Registration opens for

Ages: 6 12 Fee: $193

Location: McMillan Center Time: 8:30a 5:30p

Counselors in Training (CIT) have an essential role in helping run our Camp Fair Oaks (CFO) Childcare program Children will look up to you for support and guidance, which will teach you leadership skills as you act as a role model for them.

Working alongside our welcoming and encouraging staff, you can expect to learn a lot this summer and grow in confidence as you move into a new phase of your life and education. CFO has a proven track record of developing youth to become bright, successful young adults!

Registration is open until filled 2 spots per week available

TINY TURTLES SUMMER CAMP

Ages: 3 5 Fee: $105

Location: Fair Oaks Preschool Time: 8:30a 12:30p

New for 2023, Camp Fair Oaks will expand its offerings to meet the needs of families with children 3 5 years old with our Tiny Turtles Summer Break Camp. Tiny Turtles will be held at the Fair Oaks Preschool site.

This 3 day camp (Monday Wednesday) is perfect for the first time camper. Each week different crafts and activities will be based around a new theme. Activities include movement, music, group games, water play, arts & crafts, and more!

This is a great camp for children to get ready for kindergarten Children must be potty trained

6/26 6/28 S'more Fun Week 1: 7/10 7/12 Under the Sea Week 2: 7/17 7/19 Summer Safari Week 3: 7/24 7/26 Dino Mite Week 4: *No camp 7/4
CAMP FAIR OAKS SUMMER CAMP
6/12-6/16 3,2,1... Blast Off! Week 1: 6/19-6/23 Into the Jungle Week 2: 6/26 6/30 Gotta Catch Em' All Week 3: 7/3 7/7* Indepen DANCE Party! Week 4: 7/10 7/14 The Great Outdoors Week 5: 7/17 7/21 Under the Sea Week 6: 7/24 7/28 CFO's Got Talent Week 7: 7/31 8/4 CFO Circus Week 8: PAGE 5
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Registration will CLOSE on the THURSDAY before the desired session of camp at 5:00p OR when capacity has been met, whichever comes first

education & enrichment

CHILD & BABYSITTING SAFETY

Ages: 11 15 Fee: $63

Material Fee: $10, cash only

Location: Rescue Training Institute

A course for building a safe and successful babysitting business Covers getting started, leadership, caregiving, safety & prevention, playtime, and first aid tips No CPR training in this class, see Babysitting CPR. Participation card received No certification card for this class

Tu/W 3/7 3/8 Session 1:

5:30p 8:00p

BABYSITTING CPR

Ages: 11 15 Fee: $38

Material Fee: $5, cash only

Location: Rescue Training Institute

Babysitters learn infant and child CPR, signs of choking and relief of foreign body airway obstructions, and prevention of the most common injuries in infants and children. Designed to complement those who have completed the Child & Babysitting Safety class. Participation card received. No certification card for this class.

F 3/10 Session 1:

5:00p 7:00p

PEDIATRIC FIRST AID / CPR / AED

Ages: 12+ Fee: $78

Material Fee: $20 Cash only.

Location: McMillan Center

This course is required for licensed preschool teachers, daycare workers, educators, and coaches. However, anyone can benefit from these life saving skills. Students will receive a Pediatric HSI CPR/FA/AED book along with an EMSA sticker (if needed by the State).

MEDICARE 101

Ages: 18+

Fee: FREE, pre registration required

Location: Old Fair Oaks Library

Are you preparing to enter the world of Medicare or planning for retirement? Need to make a change? Overwhelmed by all the choices for Medicare plans? This class will provide educational information on what is and is not covered by Medicare Parts A, B, C, and D. You will also learn about the role of supplemental insurance plans A N, a.k.a. “Medi Gap," Medicare Advantage Plans and proposed changes for 2023 and beyond.

10:00a 11:30a Th 3/23 Session 1: 10:00a 11:30a Th 4/20 Session 2:

SENIOR TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOPS

Ages: 55+ Fee: $10 Location: McMillan Center

Tech can be challenging! We are here to help you with some common issues and show you some convenient features that are available for your smartphone, laptop, tablet, and other common devices. Join us as we help enhance your lives with technology

2:00p 4:00p Tu 1/10 Session 1:

Hail a Cab: Uber 101

Storing Pictures in the Cloud and/or PC 2:00p 4:00p Tu 2/14 Session 2:

Detecting Fake Emails

2:00p 4:00p Tu 3/14 Session 3:

Tech Troubleshooting (bring device & issues)

2:00p 4:00p Tu 4/11 Session 4:

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Sa 2/4 Session 1: 8:00a 4:30p Th 4/22 Session 2:

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LITTLE CHICK'S PLAY DATE

Ages: 1 5 with accompanying adult Fee: $20 (additional child $10) Location: Fair Oaks Preschool

Looking for a fun Saturday activity with your toddler or preschooler? Come join us at Little Chick's Play Date and we'll supply the fun for you and your little one! Themed crafts, activities, play, and exploration will be provided All children must be accompanied by an adult

KID'S DIY HOLIDAY SERIES

Ages: 6 12 Fee: $25 per class Location: McMillan Center

Let's get creative! Join FORPD staff for a kid's hands on DIY series Create holiday themed sweets, treats and/or crafts

Sign up for each class individually or add both into your cart for a discounted fee at check out

BE MY VALENTINE

Create treats and crafts made with lots of love in the Valentine's themed DIY class Each child will make their own individual plate of treats and a craft to take home.

5:30p 6:30p W 2/8 Session 1:

LEPRECHAUN

TRAP MAKING

Have you ever caught a Leprechaun? Test your luck in this DIY class Each child will make their own individual trap and bait and participate in some extra sneaky fun

5:30p 6:30p W 3/8 Session 2:

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9:00a-12:00p Sa 1/14 Session 1: "Snow" Much Fun 9:00a 12:00p Sa 2/11 Session 2: Me and my Sweetheart 9:00a 12:00p Sa 3/11 Session 3: T Rexcellent Exploration
education & enrichment

BASIC DOG OBEDIENCE TRAINING

Ages: 10+ (with a supervising adult) Fee: $63

Location: Phoenix Dog Park

This is a basic obedience dog training class. We use Positive Reinforcement, proofing cues against distractions, and learning: Sit, Down, Stay, Come, Leave it, Heel, Release, Yes, and No Marker Puppies must be 17 weeks or older with Finished vaccines to participate All dogs with no aggression at any training level are welcome to join No prerequisites are required

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left hand and fingers, and lay the groundwork for right hand techniques. For intermediates: Based on where you are on your Guitar playing journey, take the next steps to improve your playing and your ear training 7:00p 9:00p

JAM CLASS FOR GUITAR & BASS

Ages: 13+ Fee: $123 Material Fee: $10 Location: The Hut

Jam Class is a low pressure, high quality learning experience. This is the perfect OPPORTUNITY for YOU to meet other guitar and bass players, and learn to Jam music together. YOU will gain EXPERIENCE and CONFIDENCE through performance with a live band!

Ages: 15+ Fee: $20 Location: McMillan Center

Ukulele players of all levels are encouraged to join in the fun as we meet and strum the easy to follow songs from the My Daily Ukulele book The Ukulele is one of the easiest instruments to play it's small, lightweight, and with four strings much easier to play cords and strum Join us for for a relaxing evening of music Ukulele style

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PRESCHOOL DANCE FUSION

Ages: 2 4 Fee: $71

MuVment Studio

Funa nd exciting class incorporating tumbling, dance, imagination, fun games, and creative play

TAP DANCE

Ages:

The MuVment Studio

Enjoy learning the fundamentals of tap dancing to fun upbeat music Tap dancing is a great way to learn balance, posture, and musical rhythm

JAZZ DANCE FUSION

Ages: 5 10 Fee: $71

The MuVment Studio

Jazz fusion is a fun upbeat class that incorporates basic jazz fundamentals with upbeat pop and urban music.

BALLET

Ages: 5 10 Fee: $71

Location: The MuVment Studio

Learn ballet in a fun and imaginative environment This class will focus on ballet terminology and technique through the execution of barre work, center, and across the floor exercises, combines with games, choreography, and creative movement

ACRO DANCE FUSION

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Acro dance fusion is a fun and exciting dance class that explores mat tumbling and combines it with upbeat popular dance music for a fusion of tumbling and choreography. Great way to learn balance, strength, mobility, flexibility, and dance movement.

HIP HOP DANCE

Ages: 5 10 Fee: $71 Location: The MuVment Studio

Learn the basics of hip hop grooves, breaking, and choreography

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BEGINNING TANGO

Ages: 18+ Fee: $63 or $18 drop in Location: Meristem

Learn the sexy, sensuous, and beautiful dance of Argentine Tango This series of classes is designed for those who are new to Tango Each class is progressive and will build upon the previous class Learn the fundamentals of Argentine Tango: the elements of the tango embrace and posture, and moving with a partner in simple steps, focusing on musicality and connection

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MILONGA - ARGENTINE TANGO SOCIAL DANCE

Ages: 18+ Fee: $18

Location: Meristem

A milonga is the social dance of Argentine tango. It is an opportunity to connect and dance with others in the tango community It is a fun and social way to connect more deeply with your partner, the music, and the other dancers on the dance floor Light refreshments will be served, please feel free to bring your own beverage of choice

7:00p 11:00p F 2/3 Session 1: 7:00p 11:00p F 4/14 Session 2:

INTERMEDIATE TANGO

Ages: 18+

This series of classes is designed for those who have had some Argentine Tango and are ready to explore giros (turns), sacadas (invasions), paradas (stops) and other more sophisticated concepts in tango Not for beginners!

LINE DANCING

Ages: 18+ (15+ with registered adult) Fee: $40 Punch Card or $8 per class

Line dancing is a medically proven way to exercise the mind and body at the same time while decreasing the effects of dementia, as well as meeting new friends

This class is for experienced line dancers only, and is not appropriate for beginning level line dancers Dances taught are of the Improver and Intermediate levels

Location: Meristem 4:00p 5:30p Th On Going Session 1:

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BEGINNER 101

ENCAUSTIC

WORKSHOP

Ages: 18+ (15+ with an accompanied adult) Fee: $195

arts & culture

ADULT POTTERY - 101

Ages: 18+ Fee: $125 Material Fee: $25

Location: ACAI Studios

Location: Old Library 10:30a 4:00p F/Sa 1/27 1/28 Session 1:

Enjoy a unique hands on art experience. Learn the basics of encaustic, an ancient and luminous bee's wax art medium. The class will cover safety, tools, money saving tips, layering, fusing, embedding objects and image transfer. You will learn a bit of encaustic's rich history, safety, fusing (the most important encaustic skill), basic techniques and beyond You will leave with several finished projects, a packet of written material AND the confidence to try all of this on your own Plus the instructor is just an email away and happy to answer any questions later on!

In this fun beginning clay class, you will experience building with clay You will learn about slab, coil, pinch, glazing, and applications creating functional and sculptural pieces you will proudly display in your home, garden or give a gifts.

ENCAUSTIC MARK MAKING

FOUR DAY WORKSHOP

Ages: 18+ (15+ with an accompanied adult)

Fee: $215

Location: Old Library

This is where the magic happens Building on the beginner class, we'll add up to 25 additional media to the encaustic (India ink, alcohol inks, charcoal & graphite, watercolor, foils, plaster and much more) You'll also learn additional image transfer processes and finish up feeling confident in this beautiful and versatile medium

The Encaustic 101 Beginner Class will cover safety, tools and includes the fundamentals of working with encaustic wax (fusing, layering, embedding objects, etc.)

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& SIP NIGHT Ages: 21+ Fee: $48 Location: McMillan Center 6:00p 8:00p Th 1/12 Session 1: 6:00p 8:00p Th 2/9 Session 2: 6:00p 8:00p 6:00p 8:00p Th 4/6 Session 4: 3/9 Night Time Galaxy 4/6 Lone Red Tree 1/12 A Beautiful View 2/9 Zen Bring the family and your friends and get creative! Grab some coffee or juice, throw on an apron and get ready to paint We will guide you step by step to create your original work of arts and in a mere two hours you will have a finished masterpiece Create lasting memories and unique gifts
& SIP SATURDAYS Ages: All (12 & under with an accompanied adult) Fee: $48 Location: McMillan Center 12:00p 2:00p Sa 1/28 Session 1: 12:00p 2:00p Sa 2/25 Session 2: 12:00p 2:00p Sa 3/25 Session 3: 12:00p 2:00p Sa 4/22 Session 4: 1/28 Hidden Waterfall 2/25 You & Me 3/25 Sweet Cherry Tree 4/22 Birds of Feather
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TINY TOT SPORTS

Ages: 3 5 Fee: $42

Location: Miller Park

Tiny Tot Sports is a great way to introduce young athletes to team sports Your young athlete will learn the basics of playing on a team and develop the fundamental skills of the sport Come play the Tiny Tot way!

MULTI SPORTS (a new sport each week)

9:00a 9:45a Sa 3/18 4/15 Session 1:

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FUTSAL

Ages: 4 11 Fee: $88

Location: Rollingwood YMCA

10:00a 10:45a

athletics & adventure

When futsal was first created it was often referred to as mini soccer. When it comes to gameplay, because there are half the number of players as traditional soccer, positions tend to be less structured as players must move quickly, work together, and often switch places in order to score goals against the opposing team. Explore soccer in a fun new way!

9:00a 10:00a Sa 4/15 5/27 Session 1:

FLAG FOOTBALL CAMP

Ages: 5 8 Fee: $82

Location: Fair Oaks Park

Experience the excitement of football with Skyhawks Flag Football Fueled by USA Football. Using a curriculum developed by the experts from USA Football, coaches will teach skills like passing, receiving, kicking and flag pulling Participants will gain confidence and learn important life lessons in a fun, positive environment

Tu 2/21 3/28 Session 1:

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H.I.T.S. TENNIS

Ages: 5 10 Fee: $56

Location: Miller Park

HITS Tennis (Honesty, Inspiration, Teamwork and, Sportsmanship) is USTA’s premier beginner's tennis youth program that incorporates the fundamentals of a team sport while placing an emphasis on life skill enrichment. With this program, the use of modified equipment allows young players to learn and play more effectively. Kids will participate in fun activities while learning the fundamentals of tennis in a safe and supportive environment.

4:30p 5:20p M 3/13 4/10 Session 1:

VOLLEYBALL CAMP

Ages: 7 13 Fee: $82

Location: Fair Oaks Park

Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and excitement of this great team sport and puts it all together into one fun filled program All aspects of the game are taught through drills and exercises that focus on bumping, setting, spiking, hitting and serving This program is designed for the beginning to intermediate player

4:00p 5:00p F 2/24 3/31 Session 1:

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an introduction to the sport, there is no special skills, knowledge or equipment needed 5:00p 5:45p Th 3/9 3/30 Session 1: 5:00p 5:45p Th 4/13 5/4 Session 2:

JUNIOR SKILLS SOCCER CLINIC

athletics & adventure

Our curriculum uses fun games and activities to introduce and refine core soccer skills, but more attention is focused on skill development and precision than in our foundational, Kinder Kickers program. These programs are high energy and encourage your child to challenge themselves to improve their foundational skills While still considered an introductory session to soccer, no special skills or knowledge are needed

new to soccer to recreational level players Friend requests are welcome 6:40p 7:30p Th 3/9 3/30 Session 1: 6:40p 7:30p Th 4/13 5/4 Session 2:

CORE DEVELOPMENT CAMP

Ages: 6 13 Fee: $142 Location: Fair Oaks Park 9:00a 12:00p M Th 4/3 4/6 Session 1:

Develop a strong soccer foundation, allowing players to become better athletes and to rapidly progress to higher levels of competitive play and technical skills development Specially designed curriculum ensures players are developing at their full potential and working towards meeting core skills within their age bracket Topics covered: Overall technique, Ball manipulation, Turns, Attacking Moves, Passing & Control, and Game play Camps designed for new to soccer to lower level comp

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Ages: 6 7 Fee: $78 Location: Fair Oaks Park 5:50p 6:40p Th 3/9 3/30 Session 1: 5:50p 6:40p Th 4/13 5/4 Session 2:

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TOT/PRE SOCCER

Ages: 35 5 Fee: $149

Location: Fair Oaks Park

Little tykes will enjoy running and kicking just like the big kids! Encouraging large motor skill development through fun soccer games and introducing small children to the group setting Shin guards are required after first meeting

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3:10p 3:45p F 1/20 3/3

SOCCER 1: TECHNIQUES AND TEAMWORK

Ages: 5 6 Fee: $149

Location: Fair Oaks Park 3:50p 4:35p F 1/20 3/3 Session 1:

Players will learn dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, age specific defense, etc Fun skill games are played at every session, and every participant will have a ball at his or her feet Small sided soccer matches will be introduced gradually Shin guards are required after the first meeting

SOCCER 2: SKILLS & SCRIMMAGES

Ages: 7 10

Fee: $149

Kids will enjoy advanced skill building: dribbling, passing, shooting, and more in a team play format. Each class will focus on scrimmages that emphasize application of finer technical points. All levels are welcome to come enjoy the world's most popular game! Shin guards are required.

Session 1:

Location: Fair Oaks Park 4:40p 5:25p F 1/20 3/3

Take gaming to the next level with YMCA Esports This program offers curriculum based learning, while also being engaging and fun for kids who are passionate about video games Using Nintendo Switches and popular Nintendo games, such as Super Smash Bros, Mario Kart, NBA 2k, Rocket League, and Nintendo Switch Sports, players will improve their gaming strategies, while also learning valuable skills such as teamwork & communication.

Ages 10 14

Fee: $118 Location: Rollingwood YMCA 4:00p-5:15p M 1/30 - 3/20 Session 1: Ages 6-9 5:30p 7:00p Th 1/30 3/20 Session 2:

ESPORTS SOCIAL GAME NIGHT

Ages: 8 12 Fee: $55

Location: McMillan Center

Drop your kids off for some fun while you enjoy your own night out! Our eSports social will provide your child an opportunity to interact with other gamers in a fun and safe environment. The focus will be Nintendo video games like Super Smash Bros, Mario Kart, and Switch Sports and be given an opportunity to show off and test their skills for some prizes Children who have their own Switch are encouraged to bring it Pizza, snacks and drinks will be provided

5:30p 9:30p F 2/3 Session 1: 5:30p 9:30p F 3/3 Session 2:

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athletics & adventure

LEARN TO KAYAK FOR BOOMERS

Ages: 50+ Fee: $89

You have not had this kind of fun since you were a kid! Kayaking is great for fitness and it’s easy on the joints and body We use very stable, user friendly kayaks, making it easy for anyone to participate Join us for your first time or your best time in these small group, stress free paddles

LEARN TO KAYAK FAMILIES & ADULTS

Natoma

“Seize the Day” and leave your worries and anxieties behind you! This small group class is the easiest way for anyone, really ANYONE, to try kayaking Our stable kayaks and experienced instructors will show you how simple, safe, and fun kayaking really is Bring your family and make a great day of exploring the Lake’s hidden spots and learning the basics of how to be under your own power on the water Beginners welcome; all equipment provided

Location: Lake Natoma 11:00a 2:00p Sa 3/11 Session 1: 10:00a 1:00p F 4/15 Session 2: SUNSET

Glide through basic skills before cutting quiet paths across the water and into the hidden swamps & channels of the lake All beneath the fascinating light and ghostly shadows of the setting sun and rising moon We’ll have the stillness of the lake to ourselves but for the sounds of animals & birds settling down at twilight

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/ FULL MOON PADDLES
Th 2/4 Session
4:30p 7:30p Sa 3/4 Session 2: 5:30p 8:30p Tu 4/4 Session 3:
Ages: 8+ with participating parent or 14+ Fee: $89 Location: Lake Natoma 4:00p 7:00p
1:
12:00p 3:00p Su 2/19 Session 1: 11:00a 2:00p Sa 3/25 Session 2: 10:00a 1:00p Sa 4/8 Session 3: 11:00a 2:00p F 4/21 Session 4: PICKLEBALL 101 Ages: 18+ Fee: $70 Location: Gum Ranch Park Pickleball Court 8:00a 9:15a Th 1/5 1/26 Session 1: Come learn how to play fastest growing sport in America!! Covering the basic rules, scoring, serving and PLAY!! Designed for the new and beginner adult Pickleball player Providing high-quality martial arts instruction for over 40 years. 8526 Madison Ave. | (916) 965-1561 Scan for special offer.
Ages: 8+ with participating parent or 14+ Fee: $89 Location: Lake

athletics & adventure

GET UP 'N GO MOTORCOACH TRIPS

Join us for an adventure! All trips include roundtrip charter bus transportation with an on board restroom from Fair Oaks/Orangevale (location TBD), driver gratuity, refreshments on the bus, and admission, when applicable. Registration is open until the designated deadline or when the bus reaches capacity, whichever comes first. Trips are open to guests 21 years of age and up.

SAFARI WEST ADVENTURE 3/23

Fee: $245

Registration/Cancellation Deadline: 2/24 Departure Time: 7:00a

Journey out in search of herds of wildebeest, romping rhinos, and towering giraffes. From ring tailed lemurs to the dazzling zebra, nearly 900 animals from over 90 unique species roam through our 400 acre preserve. The trip also includes hosted BBQ lunch.

CALAVERAS BIG TREES STATE PARK 5/11

Fee: $275

Registration/Cancellation Deadline: 4/1 Departure Time: 7:30a

Established in 1931, Calaveras Big Trees State Park is home to some of the argest trees in the world Enjoy a guided tour of the popular North Grove with free time afterward to explore the trail and visit the visitor center and museum Depart from the state park for a hosted lunch and free time in the quaint town of Murphys Activity Level: Moderate/Strenuous

EXTENDED TRIPS & TOURS

Want to travel to faraway destinations and visit historical landmarks but don’t want the hassle of planning? We are excited to partner with Premier World Discovery to offer extended tours to a variety of international and domestic destinations. For more information visit the District office to pick up a brochure on current trip offerings. Other destinations and departure dates are available upon request.

RSVP by calling (916) 966 1036 RSVP by 2/17

Great Trains & Grand Canyons Departs: March 19, 2023

Cape Cod & the Islands Departs: June 17, 2023

Landscape & Lighthouses of Coastal Maine Departs: Sept 23, 2023

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INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATION 2/21 | 2:00p Get all your questions answered! Join us for an informational presntation via Zoom

fitness & wellness

NEW CHAPTER HYPNOTHERAPY

Ages: 12+ Fee: $83

Location: Old Library

In this 4 week workshop, you will learn to: reduce overwhelm, stress, and anxiety by using easy to do research backed techniques, find your inner reservoir of calm to handle any situation, stop stress hormones from rising and thus improve your health, increase your energy reserves to accomplish projects You will have the opportunity to discuss and implement these techniques in small groups Bring your friends or spouse At the end of this workshop, you will be equipped with new tools to fulfill your life in new and powerful ways

6:30p 8:00p

Th 1/12 2/2 Session 1: 6:30p 8:00p Th 3/1 3/23 Session 2:

BOOT CAMP - HEALTHY OLDER ADULTS

Ages: 40+

$36

McMillan Center

This class will shape you up and keep you that way by using a stability ball, hand weights, and body weights such as push ups, leg lifts, sit ups, arm work, and leg work.

ZUMBA

Ages: 12+ Fee: $36 Location: McMillan Center

Aerobic fitness performed primarily to Latin American dance music

9:00a 10:00a M/W 1/9 1/30 Session 1:

9:00a 10:00a M/W 2/1 2/27 Session 2:

9:00a 10:00a M/W 3/1 3/15 Session 3:

9:00a 10:00a M/W 4/10 4/26 Session 4:

*Skip Dates 1/16, 2/20 & 2/22

ZUMBA GOLD

Ages: 12+ Fee: $36 Location: McMillan Center

Low intensity Zumba Any fitness level to start This class is perfect for beginners (must be 12+) and seniors

10:15a 11:00a M/W 1/9 1/30 Session 1:

10:15a 11:00a M/W 2/1 2/27 Session 2:

10:15a 11:00a M/W 3/1 3/15 Session 3:

10:15a-11:00a M/W 4/10-4/26 Session 4:

*Skip Dates 1/16, 2/20 & 2/22

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Fee:
Location:
9:00a 10:00a Tu /Th 1/10 1/31 Session 1: 9:00a 10:00a Tu/Th 2/2 2/28 Session 2: 9:00a 10:00a Tu/Th 3/2 3/16 Session 3: 9:00a 10:00a Tu/Th 4/11 4/25 Session 4: *Skip Dates 2/21 & 2/23

Location: Rollingwood YMCA

Be all the woman you can be during our unique and innovative Semi Private Group Training Class designed with women in mind This class provides an exciting mixture of interval training, cardio bursts, calisthenics/TRX, and strength training In this format, you will receive personalized measurements and nutritional feedback.

fitness & wellness

LATES REFORMER

ges: 16+ e: $83 cation: Rollingwood YMCA

n the Pilates Reformer machine, springs, leverage, d body weight are used as resistance while rforming movements targeting specific muscle oups Workouts consist of controlled, flowing ovements working your muscles through a full nge of motion The reformer adds increased sistance to the movement You'll gain core ength, muscular endurance, and overall better xibility and range of motion with this amazing ass

7:00a 8:00a W 1/4 1/25 ssion 1:

6:30a 7:30a F 1/6 1/27 Session 2:

7:00a 8:00a W 2/1 2/22 Session 3: 6:30a 7:30a F 2/3 2/24 Session 4:

7:00a 8:00a W 3/1 3/29 Session 5:

6:30a 7:30a F 3/3 3/31 Session 6: 7:00a 8:00a W 4/5 4/26 Session 7: 6:30a 7:30a F 4/7 4/28 Session 8:

STRENGTHENING YOGA

Ages: 18+ Fee: $63 for Six (6) Classes

GLIDE

Ages: 16+ Fee: $63

Rollingwood YMCA

This fun and truly unique class is performed on an unstable, but oversized paddleboard on top of the water. Improve your athletic ability, balance, coordination, and joint stability in an exciting and innovative format. Note that you will get wet!

Location: McMillan Center 9:00a 10:30a F On Going Session 1:

Most of us live lives which are more stressful and sedentary than is good for us Many of us have noticed, over the years, a loss of strength accompanying our loss of flexibility This class is primarily intended to rebuild that strength and regain our flexibility You can anticipate increased strength in your bones and organs as well as your muscles We move through challenging poses slowly with focused attention to maximize safety and effectiveness Join us You will wish you started sooner

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1/4 1/25 Session 1: W 2/1 2/22 Session 2: W 3/1-3/29 Session 3: W 4/5-4/26 Session 4: 10:30a 11:30a 10:30a 11:30a 10:30a 11:30a 10:30a 11:30a
Location:
9:30a 10:30a Su 1/8 1/29 Session 1: 9:30a 10:30a Su 2/5 2/26 Session 2: 9:30a 10:30a Su 3/5 3/26 Session 3: 9:30a 10:30a Su 4/2 4/30 Session 4:

sports leagues

BASKETBALL LEAGUE

Ages: 4 10 Fee: $85

Location: Rollingwood YMCA

Dribble, pass, and shoot your way to fun basketball leagues Through positive coachin YMCA Youth Basketball program teaches athletes the fundamentals of the game building their confidence, getting them activ helping them learn valuable lessons in team sportsmanship, and leadership

Sa 1/28 3/4 Session 1:

9:00a 10

ADULT SOFTBALL

Ages: 18+ Fee: $470 Location: Fair Oaks Park

There are four (4) leagues offered during the year, which are the Spring, Early Summer, Late Summer, and Fall, Double Header leagues. Divisions offered are Men’s C & D and Co ed C & D. Games are held Monday through Thursday, from 6:20pm 9:20pm

View teamsidelinecom/fairoaks for league info

Interested in playing but not on a team? Join the Free Agent list by clicking HERE

12-14 YEAR OLD DIVISION CHAMPIONS

Congratulations to our 2022 Sacramento Area Flag Football Champions! Our very own Vikings Jr NFL team competed brilliantly in the 12 14 age division to take home the championship, beating the Elk Grove Buccaneers 25 to 20.

Thank you to our incredible coaches Jack Horak, Marc Smith, and Bill Wright for helping to lead the team to victory! The District is proud to be host to so many amazing players, coaches, referees, and families. Stay tuned for next year's Jr. NFL Flag Football league!

Way to go Vikings!

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PAGE 23 community events LEPRECHAUN TRAP MAKING DIY HOLIDAY SERIES BUS WOW 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM 1/24 - JIM STRENG PARK 2/28 - MADISON PLACE PARK 3/28 - LITTLE PHOENIX PARK 4/25 - MONTVIEW PARK FREE! NO PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED! CRAFTS. GAMES. FUN. FARMERS' MARKET FAIR OAKS PARK (916) 215-7713 fairoaksfarmersmarket.com BUY FRESH & LOCAL! 11549FAIROAKS BLVD.
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events PARK EAT PLAY FAIR OAKS PARK natural beauty in full bloom! natural beauty in full bloom! FIND OR SELL TREASURES!
community
PAGE 25 DROP OFF DONATIONS TO 4150 TEMESCAL ST M F, 9AM 5PM EASTER EGGSTRAVAGANZA APRIL 8 9AM-1PM LOW COST FUN! FREE ACTIVITIES! Carnival Adult Egg Hunt Food Trucks Vendors Rain or Shine! Craft Station Children's Egg Hunts Pictures with the Bunny CHECK WEBSITE & SOCIAL MEDIA APRIL 3RD FOR COMPLETE SCHEDULE OF EVENTS community events VIEW THE AMAZON WISHLIST HERE! PLASTIC EASTER EGGS SMALL PRIZES PRE WRAPPED CANDY NOW SEEKING DONATIONS OF FAIR OAKS PARK

community events

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Benefiting the Rachel Anne Gray Memorial Scholarship

indoor & outdoor rentals

FACILITY INFORMATION

Are you looking for a space to host your next event? Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District provides rental spaces for gatherings of many different sizes and types!

INDOOR FACILITIES

Check forpdorg/rentals for information The Fair Oa e Hall, and Arts & Crafts Building will be closed through 2023 for renovations. ental.

OUTDOOR PICNIC RENTAL

Picnic and bbq rentals are available. To inquire about a rental please complete the online inquiry form at forpdorg/outdoorrentalapp or email rentals@forpdorg

FAIR OAKS PARK

BBQ AREA

11549 Fair Oaks Blvd. Capacity: 200

MILLER PARK BBQ AREA 8480 Sunset Ave Capacity: 45

GUM RANCH

COVERED PICNIC AREAS #1 & #2 5600 Tuckeroo Way Capacity (Area #1): 30 Capacity (Area #2): 20

MILLER PARK COVERED PICNIC AREA 8480 Sunset Ave Capacity: 20

Are you looking for an athletic field or court space? Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District provides rental facilities for practices, games, and gatherings for hourly, daily, or weekly use To inquire about a rental, please complete the online inquiry form at forpdorg/outdoorrentalapp

FAIR OAKS SOFTBALL FIELDS

11549 Fair Oaks Blvd Fields: 2

MULTIPURPOSE FIELDS

Locations Vary Fields: Varies by Location

MILLER PARK TENNIS COURTS 8480 Sunset Ave Courts: 8

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measure j project updates

In November 2018 residents of Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District (FORPD) passed Measure J, a $26 9 Million Dollar General Obligation Bond which will help fund major projects that will improve and expand the services provided by FORPD.

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE

Village / Plaza Renovations

Progress continues throughout the Village as suitable weather allows construction to continue into the winter months Some major milestones have been hit on several key areas of the renovation

The foundation of the new Amphitheatre and Community Center building is laid out and layouts have begun for utilities to service the building.

Retaining walls, including on the rear of the bandshell in Village Park, have or will soon be poured and pass through inspections with the County.

Within the Clubhouse, rough framing, plumbing and electrical are being completed throughout the renovated restroom areas both upstairs in the Auditorium and downstairs in Village Hall

Parking space paving in Village Park is progressing, with curbs and sub bases readied for the arrival of permeable pavers to complete these tasks

The District has received approval from Sacramento County’s Department of Environmental Review to begin construction on several key accessibility features being funded by Congressman Ami Bera’s office

The District and Bobo Construction remain on schedule for the overall project As is the case with many projects across the country, there are minor delays to smaller portions of the project due to supply chain issues; however, the agility and creativity of Bobo Construction has been paying off by allowing the overall project to continue while weathering these issues.

Bond Oversight Committee

The BOC is responsible for the overview of bond expenditures and certifies that all bond funds will only be spent on allowable bond projects as identified in the ballot language of Measure J. Members provide a valuable link between FORPD and the citizens of Fair Oaks in regard to the bond projects

Scheduled Meetings: 1st Tuesday of the month

Contact the Administrative Office prior to attending, as Committee meeting dates and times are subject to change View the complete agenda for each BOC Meeting at www.forpd.org/AgendaCenter, agendas are posted no later than 72 hours prior to the meeting date

2022 23 Committee Members

Amy Larsen, Chair Kim Sarkovich Justin Drake, Vice Chair Barbara Sestito

Gary Juels Diana Storo Garett McDermid Keith Walter Dana Woodworker Negri

TIME LAPSE

View live footage and time-lapse below.

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measure j project updates

Bond Measure Credit Rating

Measure J was a first ever General Obligation Bond Measure that was passed by the Voters of Fair Oaks in November 2018 for $269 million dollars to do Park renovations and improvements

To sell the Bonds, the Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District (FORPD) needed to obtain a Bond Rating, which is very similar to a credit score FORPD sought a Bond Rating from Standard & Poor’s (S&P) which is the oldest credit ranking agency and one of the three Nationally Recognized Statistical Rating Organizations accredited by the US Securities and Exchange Commission The company covers more than one million credit ratings on government and corporate bonds, structured finance entities, and securities

Bond ratings are representations of the creditworthiness of government bonds The rating is published by S&P and provide evaluations of FORPD’s financial strength and capacity to repay the bond’s principal and interest

This October, S&P Global Ratings assigned it’s “AA “ long term rating to Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District for the third and final issuance of Bonds from the 2018 Measure J General Obligation Bond.

An AA rating is given to entities that have a very high capacity to repay their loans due to their financial position and attitude towards repaying debt. FORPD’S Board of Directors currently led by Chairman Raymond James Irwin, Vice Chair Darren Mounts, Director Ralph Carhart, Director Delinda Tamagni, and Director John O’Farrell have practiced sound financial management that has created the opportunity to receive such a high credit rating. The AA rating is estimated to save the taxpayers of Fair Oaks $900,000.

S&P says this about FORPD:

Very diverse tax base in the Sacramento region with very strong incomes and extremely strong property wealth indicators

Record of maintaining strong to very strong available general fund reserves Strong financial position that is supported by predictable tax revenues The stable outlook reflects our (S&P) expectation of continued balanced operational results, despite rising expenditures over the next few fiscal years

A Measure J mailer was sent via USPS to Fair Oaks residents This mailer included completed, current, and upcoming projects, Measure J financials, and how the bond is being overseen You may view the digital publication by clicking here or you may pick up a printed copy Monday Friday, 9am 5pm, in the District office

Visit us online forpd.org/352/Measure J for additional details.

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COMMUNITY UPDATE Measure J Mailer & Project Updates
STAY UPDATED

district news & highlights

PARKS SAFETY AWARD

In September of 2022, the Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District’s park employees were recognized by the Board of Directors with an Excellence in Safety Award. This award was granted to the staff due to an exemplary record of safety throughout the calendar year which resulted in zero workplace incidents, accidents or injuries At the time of the award, staff had maintained an incident free workplace for over 300 days; at the time of this writing, staff has continued with their excellent habits and surpassed a full year without incident! This is not only an integral part of maintaining an effective workforce with high morale, but the incident free workplace is also a considerable savings to the taxpayers of Fair Oaks Bravo, parks staff! Keep up the good work!

STAY UPDATED

Be the first to know! Join our mailing lists today!

FORPD Notification List

Join for all the happenings related to FORPD! Learn about upcoming events, classes, programs, and general District news

Arts & Entertainment

This list is specific to Arts & Culture. Learn about our all new division and how FORPD will celebrate the community's creative vision

SUMMER EMPLOYMENT

Camp Counselors

Calling all awesome people! Join in on the fun and games. Applications for part time Recreation Leaders, with an emphasis in Camp Fair Oaks 2023 will open March 1, 2023.

This is a terrific part time job for teenagers (minimum 16 years of age), college students, retirees, or those looking for a short term job Incumbent must be available to work Monday Friday, June August

ON-GOING

Park Aides

HIRING

Under direct supervision, Park Aides perform general and semi skilled construction and maintenance tasks in and around District parks, buildings, and facilities in compliance with established maintenance and safety standards.

Recreation Leaders

Under the direction of a supervisor, Recreation Leaders assist in administering activities related to assigned recreation program areas such as special events, facility rentals, adult and youth sports, and school break camps or other duties as assigned Incumbents must be available to work evenings and weekends

For the full job description, and benefits, and to apply: wwwforpdorg/jobs

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district news & highlights

NEW EMPLOYEE ANNOUNCEMENT

Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District is please announce Nick Davison as the new Recrea Manager Nick will be responsible for leading managing the Recreation Department for District.

Nick is an accredited “Parks and Recrea Professional” by the National Parks & Recreation Association and has spent the past fifteen years programming activities, sports leagues, and events for the Fair Oaks community. He is excited to continue to work with an experienced team of recreation professionals to continue the current successes of the District and provide new opportunities for the community to enjoy

As a Fair Oaks resident, Nick enjoys where he lives, works, and plays He enjoys spending time with his family and friends, attending community events, and having an active involvement in his kid's extracurricular activities

Please join us in welcoming Nick to his new role

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

SHARE YOUR PASSION TEACH WITH US

Make some extra cash while sharing your hobby!

The Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District is currently seeking instructors and teaching artists to offer fun and exciting recreational, cultural, and educational classes to our community.

These programs can take place in District parks and facilities, as well as in your own location if a local business

Please email info@forpdorg for complete details

Board of Directors

Darren Mounts, Chair

The FORPD Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 6 PM Beginning June 2021, Board meetings will be held in a hybrid format, in person at the Fair Oaks Water District (10326 Fair Oaks Blvd) and via Zoom

Scheduled Meetings: 1/18 | 2/15 | 3/15 | 4/19

It is advised to contact the Administrative Office before attending, as Board meeting dates and times are subject to change View the complete agenda for each Board Meeting at wwwforpdorg/AgendaCenter, agendas are posted no later than 72 hours before the meeting date

Term: December 2020 December 2024

Ralph Carhart, Vice Chair

Term: December 2022 December 2026

Delinda Tamagni, Director

Term: December 2020 December 2024

John O'Farrell, Director

Term: December 2020 December 2024

Raymond James Irwin, Director

Term: December 2022 December 2026

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foyab & district scholarships

FAIR OAKS YOUTH ADVISORY

BOARD

The Fair Oaks Youth Advisory Board (FOYAB) is a youth oriented program designed to foster leadership skills while providing programs and events that benefit the residents in the community through service

FOYAB Advisor: Mary Stoakley, mstoakley@forpdorg Follow us on Instagram: @instafoyab 2023 24 Term Application available beginning May 2023 $50 membership fee due upon acceptance

SCHOLARSHIPS

RACHEL ANNE GRAY MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIPS

The Rachel Anne Gray Scholarship was established in honor of Rachel Anne Gray who passed away on September 2, 2012, at the age of 21 Rachel was a member of the Fair Oaks Youth Advisory Board, graduated from Bella Vista, received her degree from CSU, Sacramento, and was a valued member of the Fair Oaks Community Scholarships in the amounts of $1,500 $250 are awarded annually to deserving high school seniors

Deadline to Apply: 1/18/23 by 5:00PM. Information on how to apply: https://www forpd org/282/Rachel Anne Gray Scholarship

DON RALLS SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Forapplication&criteriavisitusonlineat forpd.org/donrallsscholarships.

HOMESCHOOL

32
TO 80% OFF FOR ELIGIBLE PARTICIPANTS
Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District helps make the benefits recreationprogramsavailabletochildren(18&younger)andsen (62 & older) from low income families This program is available o case by case basis Eligible participants will receive up to an 8 discount on one District program/class upon the appro completionofanapplicationandallappropriatecriteria Theben is limited to one scholarship per person per registration per Whatareyouwaitingfor?Applytodayandgetrecreating! UP
Is your child homeschooled? Sign them up for classes & programs with a voucher. We are happy to announce our partnership as an approved vendor with the following homeschool organizations: SJUSD,VisionsinEducation,SouthSutter,&Inspire.
For complete details on how to request and use a voucher visit us onlineatforpd.org/homeschoolvouchers.
VOUCHERS

community partners

FAIR OAKS COMMUNITY PARTNER GROUPS FAIR OAKS COMMUNITY PARTNER GROUPS

ACAI Studios & Gallery https://acaistudios.com/

American River Girls Softball https://argsa.org

Fair Oaks/Orangevale Little League https://fovll.com

Fair Oaks Chamber of Commerce http://www.fairoakschamber.com/

Fair Oaks Community Gardens focgcc@yahoo com

Fair Oaks Foundation for Leisure & the Arts 916 961 9012

Fair Oaks Historical Society https://fairoakshistory.org

Fair Oaks Master Gardeners http://sacmg.ucanr.edu/Fair Oaks Horticulture Center

Fair Oaks Racquet Club https://forctennis.org

Fair Oaks Responsible Dog Owners http://www.fordog.org

Fair Oaks Soccer Club https://www.fairoakssoccer.org

Fair Oaks Theatre Festival https://fairoakstheatrefestival.com

Fair Oaks Village Enhancement Committee https://www.fairoaksvillage.org

Fair Oaks Lacrosse http://www fairoakslacrosse org

Family FreeRide Meristem https://meristem.pro/

http://www familyfreeride com

Metro Fire's Community Emergency Team https://metrofire.ca.gov/

Phoenix Gardens myphoenixgarden@gmail.com

Rotary Club of Fair Oaks https://www.rotaryfairoaks.org

Sacramento Public Library, Fair Oaks Branch https://www.saclibrary.org

Sierra Chapter American Theatre Organ Society http://www.sierrachapteratos.org

FAIR OAKS HORTICULTURE CENTER IN FAIR OAKS PARK

Metro Fire’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program is an all risk, all hazard training This training is free to citizens who work or live in Sacramento County Contact metrofirecagov for more information

Presented by the UC Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners and Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District 9:00a 12:00p 1/21

OPEN GARDEN DAYS Saturday

For information visit: http://sacmgucanredu/

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BE SAFE, BE PREPARED, BE EMPOWERED TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

registration & district information

FIVE WAYS TO REGISTER

Don’t risk a class or league getting canceled due to low enrollment Register today!

Online Registration: Visit forpd.org to register online with Visa, MC or American Express.

Walk in Registration: Fill out the registration form at the District Office, Monday Friday 9am 5:00pm. Cash, Check or Credit cards accepted. Checks should be made out to FORPD

Mail In Registration: Accepted with a complete registration form and correct fees. Please do not mail cash. Mail registration to FORPD District Office

Drop box Registration: Accepted with a complete registration form and correct fees Please do not drop cash Drop box is located at the District office to the left of the front door for after hours drop off

Phone in Registration: Register over the phone for select events/programs/classes Must be in our system as a previous customer Fax In registration form with credit card # to 916 966 9863

GENERAL

The District reserves the right to cancel or modify any class and/or program Classes may be canceled three (3) days prior to the start date if minimum enrollment is not met

REFUND POLICY

A full refund will be given if the Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District cancels the program or for medical reasons.

The online convenience fee is non refundable. No refund will be issued after the class or program has had its second meeting. All refund requests will be approved or denied by the Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District. All refund checks will be processed through the County of Sacramento and mailed to you within 4 6 weeks.

The Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District reserves the right to adjust the refund policy, depending upon the circumstances and the severity of the situation All refunds are required to submit a refund/transfer request form to be approved by District Staff

6 AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES

The policy does not apply to events and vendors Email events@forpdorg for clarification

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District will not discriminate against any qualified individual with a disability as far as employment with the District or the use of our services, programs, and activities

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Resident/Non Resident: Residents are those who live within the Fair Oaks area. All others pay the non resident fee (indicated by non res). If paying at class, you may only pay with a check made out to FORPD or with a credit card.

EMERGENCY REPORTING IN YOUR PARK, DIAL 9-1-1

For non emergencies regarding park security, vandalism, suspicious persons or suspicious activities in your parks, call the District Office at 916 966 1036 Monday through Friday during business hours. After business hours or on weekends, call 916 240 3651. If you need immediate law enforcement assistance or to report illegal activity, please call the Sheriff’s Department at 916 874 5115.

If you are interested in taking part in one of our programs and need special arrangements (i.e. vision, hearing), please telephone the District Office at 916 966 1036 one week prior to the start of the class.

PHOTO & VIDEO DISCLAIMER

The Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District (FORPD) reserves the right to photograph or video facilities, activities, events, and program participants for potential future use. All photos and videos remain the property of FORPD and may be used for publicity and promotional purposes. If you do not want your picture or video taken, please tell the photographer/videographer If the picture/video has already been taken, please call 916 966 1036, and the photo/video will be removed from our files

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FAIROAKSRECREATION&PARKDISTRICT

PARTICIPANT'S REGISTRATION WAIVERS, RELEASE, ASSUMPTION OF RISK

Note: Participant(s) or legal guardians must complete waiver form in it's entirety, prior to the first class meeting. If waiver is not signed, participant will not be registered, and form will be returned.

PAYEE INFORMATION

LAST NAME: FIRST NAME: PHONE/HOME: WORK: ZIP: CITY: ADDRESS: EMAIL ADDRESS: BIRTH DATE: EMERGENCY CONTACT NAME: PHONE:

PLEASE CHECK ONE: FAIR OAKS RESIDENT: NON RESIDENT:

METHOD OF PAYMENT: Payment at class cannot be made in cash. To pay with cash, you must register in District Office.

Check #: Card #: Expiration Date: CVC Visa MasterCard Cardholder's Name (Print) Cardholder's Signature

Participant's Name Date of Birth Class Name Session Dates Fee Please remember to sign the waiver at the bottom of this form, thank you!

Agreement, Waivers, & Release Fair Oaks Recreation & Park District

In consideration for being permitted by the District to participate in the above referenced activity, I hereby waive, release, and discharge any and all claims for damages for personal injury, death, or property damage which I may have, or which may hereafter accrue to me, as a result of participation in said activity This release is intended to discharge in advance the District (including its officers, employees, volunteers, and agents) from any and all liability arising out of or connected in any way in my participation in said activity, even thought that liability may arise out of active or passive negligence or carelessness on the part of the persons or entities mentioned above It is further agreed that this waiver, release, and assumption of risk is to be binding on my heirs, administrators, executors, and assigns and that I shall indemnify and hold the District (including its officers, employees, volunteers, and agents) free and harmless from any loss, liability, damage, cost, or expense which may arise out of or connected in any way with my participation in said activity Additionally, I fully understand that my participation in the above referenced activity exposes me to the risk of personal injury, death, communicable diseases, illnesses, viruses, and/or property damage I hereby acknowledge that I am voluntarily participating in this activity and agree to assume any such risks

VIRTUAL CLASS RELEASE: I hereby warrant and agree that the conditions of my environment are safe, free from obstructions, and are suitable for participation in the above referenced activity I further understand and agree that any material downloaded, viewed, or otherwise obtained through my participation in said activity is done at my own risk and the District is not responsible for any loss, alteration, corruption, or other damage to my personal property, including computers, networks, and other property used as part of my participation.

PHOTOGRAPHIC RELEASE: I understand that photographs may be taken during this activity and hereby grant the District permission to use any such photo(s) for advertising or in promotional materials

Parental Consent

(To be completed and signed by parent/guardian if applicant is under 18 years of age)

I hereby consent that my son/daughter, , participate in the above referenced activity, and I hereby execute the above Agreement, Waiver, and Release on his/her behalf I state that said minor is physically able to participate in said activity I hereby agree to indemnify and hold the District (including its officers, employees, volunteers, and agents) free and harmless from any loss, liability, damage, cost, or expense which may arise out of or connected in any way with said minor's participation in said activity

Signature of Participant (if under 18, Parent/Guardian): Date:

THIS
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I HAVE CAREFULLY READ THIS AGREEMENT, WAIVER, AND RELEASE AND FULLY UNDERSTAND ITS CONTENTS. I AM AWARE THAT
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RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND A
BETWEEN MYSELF AND THE ABOVE DISTRICT AND I SIGN IT OF MY OWN FREE WILL.
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