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Hayward Area Recreation & Park District

Recreation Guide

A guide to programs, classes, activities, events, parks, open space, and facilities

Spring 2014

Online Registration Begins February 19, 2014 H.A.R.D. Board of Directors Louis M. Andrade Paul W. Hodges, Jr. Minane Jameson Carol A. Pereira Dennis M. Waespi

Greater Hayward Area Recreation and Park District Foundation Adam Korbas, President

www.haywardrec.org


Community SPRING 2014 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

Throughout 2014 we will be celebrating our 70 years of service in several fun, innovative and exciting ways.

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Stay tuned for the celebration! n n n n

New District Website Fun Community Contests A Fun Look Back at 1944 Special Events

Providing recreation and parks to the Greater Hayward area for 70 years!


Hayward Area Recreation and Park District

Spring 2014 Programs

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Aquatics

Nature

Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center. . . . . . . . . 32-35 Sulphur Creek Nature Center. . 35-38

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40 Preschool Age (up to 6 yrs)

Martial Arts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Special Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29-30 Tennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-31

Seniors/Active Adults (50 yrs +). . . . . . . . . . . 55-56 Special Needs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Teens (13-17 yrs) Dance/Music/Special Interest . . 31-32

More programs offered for Teens in the Adult and School Age sections!

Theatre Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 General Information Contact Directory . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Facilities

Dog Parks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Facility Directory. . . . . . . . . . . 61-63 Facility Rentals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Golf Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Kennedy Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65-66

Special Features . . . 6, 67, back cover Spring & Summer Camps . . . . 8-11

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Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-18 Dance and Music . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 Fitness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-20 Gymnastics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Martial Arts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Preschool Programs. . . . . . . . 21, 67 Special Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 Tennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23

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School Age (7-12 yrs)

After School Programs. . . . . . . . . 24 Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25 Dance and Music . . . . . . . . . . . 25-27 Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Gymnastics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

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Aquatics General Information . . . 12 Drop-In Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Swim Lessons . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15 Swim/Tennis Camp. . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Water Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Water Safety Programs . . . . . . . . 13 Golf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

Table of Contents

Art and Crafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-42 Dance and Music . . . . . . . . . . . 42-43 Fitness. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43-45 Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Martial Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46-47 Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47-48 Special Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . 48-49 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Tennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49-50

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Art Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Birthday Parties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Classes and Programs Adults (17 yrs +)

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SPRING 2014 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

Foundation News | President’s Message

A Message from the President

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Carol A. Pereira, Board President

Celebrating 70 years of enriching our Community! I hope you will join our District in celebrating our 70 years of service to the Greater Hayward Area through parks and recreation services. We kicked off our year with a new and improved website at www.haywardrec.org. The website will provide the most up-to-date news on District wide programs, parks, events and services! Our District continues planning, improvement and expansion efforts. During 2014 our District plans to purchase for future park development a 23 acre East Bay Municipal Utilities District property in Castro Valley and the property of Valle Vista Park parcel in Hayward. In addition, staff is working in partnership with the County of Alameda on the design of the future Cherryland Community Center. The design of this center will include elements of a full-service recreation facility including classrooms, community gathering and reception space to accommodate groups up to 250. In addition to planning for the future we are also preserving and improving our existing facilities and parks. Capital improvements recently have been completed that will modernize kitchens at the Weekes, San Lorenzo and Castro Valley Community Centers, new restroom facilities at Earl Warren, Meek Estate, Birchfield, Stonebrae Park and sidewalks at San Felipe Community Center. In addition, our Douglas Morrisson Theatre is undergoing ADA upgrades. Although resources are tight, our District is committed to making all efforts to improve our vast and aging infrastructure.

2014 Board Officers Elected Each year, in accordance with District Bylaws, the Board of Directors is reorganized and its officers elected. The Board of 2014 are as follows: President: Carol A. Pereira; Vice President: Paul Hodges; Secretary: Minane Jameson. The Board and Staff of the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District hope that you will take advantage of all that the District has to offer during 2014!

Foundation News Adam Korbas, GHARPF President The Greater Hayward Area Recreation and Park Foundation (GHARPF) was established in 1983 as a non-profit represented by Committee of private citizens that have the goal of fundraising to support and ensure the parks, facilities and programs of the Greater Hayward Area. The 2014 Foundation Officers are: Adam Korbas, President; Donna Boyer, Vice President; Dale Bridges, Secretary; and Dennis Waespi, Treasurer. To date the Foundation has provided nearly one million dollars in support to District programs, facilities and activities. The largest fundraiser held by the Foundation is the Annual Golf Tournament that is scheduled at the Skywest Golf Course on Wednesday, July 9, 2014. Come out and join the tournament, sponsor a hole or donate to our auction. Call (510) 881-6731 for more details. H.A.R.D. Board of Directors Louis M. Andrade | Paul W. Hodges, Jr. | Minane Jameson | Carol A. Pereira | Dennis Waespi

Administrative Staff John Gouveia, General Manager | Kerrilyn Ely, Superintendent of Recreation Dan Giammona, Golf Manager | Larry Lepore, Superintendent of Parks


Birthday Parties

Looking for a fun way to plan a birthday party? Check out the options listed below for fun and easy birthday parties.

at Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center

4901 Breakwater Avenue, Hayward

“Wild Things” Birthday Parties at Sulphur Creek Nature Center 1801 D Street, Hayward

Sulphur Creek Nature Center is a great place for a birthday party. The party includes a customized onehour presentation designed to suit your needs. Choose from a variety of activities, including a presentation of live animals, puppet shows, games, crafts, and a nature hike. A room will be reserved for an additional two hours for you to serve refreshments and do your own activities. Or, we can bring the party to you in your classroom or home. Fee: Residents $160, Out of District $200. Additional Option: One hour Face Painting: Residents, $50; Out of District $62.50. Call Christine at (510) 881-6747 for details. Reservations are recommended at least eight weeks in advance.

at Matt Jimenez Community Center 28200 Ruus Road, Hayward

Let us host your upcoming birthday party for you. E-Z-4-U Birthday Parties are simple, fast, and easy! You supply the details and the guests; we take care of the rest. Make your child’s birthday a unique, fun, and memorable event and let us help. Parties are designed for up to 30 guests and require a one month advance booking with a $50 non-refundable deposit. For more information call (510) 887-0400, ext. 101 or email mjcc@haywardrec.org. A Basic Birthday Bash ($200) includes: seating for 30 guests, decorations (balloons, streamers, and table cloths), 3 hours of games and activities including: Playstation 3, Xbox, Xbox 360, pool table, Wii, board games, and music in a supervised game room. An Extreme Birthday Bash ($325) includes: all of the features above PLUS… we’ll bring the food and cake! The party will be stocked with eight (8) large onetopping pizzas, a case of soda, and the birthday cake.

Birthday Bashes at the Pools at Hayward Plunge

24176 Mission Blvd., Hayward

Have a party at the pool! Parties for children ages 8 years and older may be scheduled during Public Swim hours (1:30pm-3:30pm) at the Hayward Plunge. We provide lifeguards, table and chairs, and the pool. Fee: $80 for 12 children and two adults. The Hayward Plunge is also available for private rentals. For more information, please inquire at the pool or call (510) 881-6703.

Visit www.haywardrec.org to view a translated version of this brochure – over 20 languages available. The Mission of the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District is to enrich the quality of life for our community by providing a variety of recreational activities, parks and facilities that promote health, wellness, learning and fun.

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Want to do something different for your child’s birthday? The Interpretive Center is a great place to have a birthday party, rain or shine! We have a large private indoor party room available and lots of activities to make your child’s birthday a true adventure. Your rental includes one hour of naturalist-led activities; choose from popular choices such as feeding the sharks or dipnetting, or even design your own activity. The party room is furnished with tables and chairs for an additional two hours, with plenty of counter space for food and gifts. For more details call (510) 670-7270. Fee: $160 for residents of Castro Valley and San Lorenzo; $200 for residents out of district.

E-Z-4-U Birthday Parties

Birthday Parties

Birthday Parties at the Shoreline

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Art Galleries | Special Events

Special Events – Spring 2014

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BIG Spring Flea Market

Saturday, March 1, 2014 8:00am-1:00pm Kenneth C. Aitken Senior and Community Center 17800 Redwood Road, Castro Valley The Kenneth C. Aitken Senior and Community Center is having its annual BIG Spring Flea Market. Come out and find yourself a unique treasure or wonderful bargain. Tables go on sale on Friday, January 17, 2014 at 8:30am. Tables cost $25 per HARD Resident and $35 per non-resident, limit two tables per person. Call (510) 881-6738 for more information.

Senior Health and Wellness Resource Fair

Spring Dinner and Dance

Friday, May 2, 2014 5:30pm-10:00pm Hayward Area Senior Center 22325 North Third Street, Hayward Come to the Hayward Area Senior Center for an evening filled with food, friends, and fun! Entertainment is provided by Manny Gutierrez Combo. Tickets are $17 per person. Limited numbers of tickets available; must buy them in advance.

Spring High Tea

Thursday, May 1, 2014 9:00am-1:00pm Kenneth C. Aitken Senior and Community Center 17800 Redwood Road, Castro Valley The Kenneth C. Aitken Senior Center is hosting our 8th Annual Senior Health and Wellness Resource Fair to celebrate Older Americans Month. Participants can collect information and freebies from over 60 vendors from the healthcare, transportation, housing, estate planning, home care and recreational fields all in one location! The fair also features health screenings, wellness demonstrations and informational seminars. This is a free all-ages event. The first 100 people through the door receive a special gift! For more information please call (510) 8816738.

Friday, May 16, 2014 2:00pm-4:00pm Hayward Area Senior Center 22325 North Third Street, Hayward Celebrate the spring season with an old fashion High Tea. Decorate a card table (service for four) using your imagination as your guide. You will need a tablecloth, napkins, plates, sugar and creamer, teapot, and tea cups and saucers. A Quilt Show will be on display from 12:00pm-2:00pm. Tickets are $10 per person.

Bats & Brews

A Special Adult Program at Sulphur Creek Nature Center

Friday, June 6, 2014 7:00pm-9:00pm See page 38 for details!

Art Galleries PhotoCentral Art Gallery 1099 “E” Street, Hayward | (510) 881-6721 info@photocentral.org | www.photocentral.org PhotoCentral Art Gallery Hours:Monday, 5:00pm-10:00pm Tuesday and Thursday, 10:00am-1:00pm Saturday, 12:00pm-3:00pm or by appointment

Annual Spring Show March through May 2014

Each year students, friends, new comers, and supporters of PhotoCentral join together to share their best work and celebrate the art of Photography. This eclectic group show features a wide variety of works from over 60 artists. See our website for more details and to confirm deadlines and show opening dates.


Adobe Art Gallery

Hidden Rhythms by abstract7

March 22–April 26, 2014 Opening Reception: Saturday, March 22, 2014, 5:00pm-7:00pm

abstract7, a group of Bay Area artists, exhibits their latest works.

Nude

Art Galleries

20395 San Miguel Avenue, Castro Valley adobegallery@haywardrec.org | www.adobegallery.org Adobe Art Gallery Hours (during exhibits): Thursday, Friday, Saturday, 11:00am-3:00pm and by appointment The Adobe Art Gallery is a public fine art gallery committed to promoting and encouraging visual arts within the District. The gallery is part of the Adobe Art Center complex. For more information, please visit our website: www.adobegallery.org

May 10–June 14, 2014 Opening Reception: Saturday, May 10, 2014, 1:00pm-3:00pm

This exhibit is our annual open exhibit with the theme of Nude. Area community artists exhibit their works in varied media and visions. Entries due May 3 at the gallery. See www.adobegallery.org for entry information and forms.

Talking Eye 2 is coming this Summer! Juried Cell Phone Photography Competition and Exhibit returns! Entries due in June. See www.adobetalkingeye.com

4901 Breakwater Avenue, Hayward (510) 670-7270 | shoreline@haywardrec.org

Art Exhibitions Showing in the Main Exhibit Gallery:

55 inches – Images of Sea Level Rise – Abstraction Meets Reality Artists: Oliver Klink and Jennifer Koney On Display through April 12, 2014

According to the Adapting to Rising Tides reports, the projected sea level rise for the San Francisco Bay by the year 2100 is 55.” At this level 80,000 East Bay residents will be affected by floods and inundation. This exhibit highlights the monumental beauty of ice and its melting as a harbinger of massive environmental changes due to ever-increasing levels of CO2 emissions. Enjoy images of sea level rise from two distinct perspectives: Oliver Klink’s evocative wildlife and nature photography using short lenses, and Jennifer Koney’s large scale, resist-andpour abstract paintings. Community Discussions About Sea Level Rise In conjunction with this exhibit, there will be a series of three community discussions about sea level rise and its local impacts. “What?! Sharks in My Backyard?” will be held at: Castro Valley Library on Saturday, February 22 at 2:00pm San Lorenzo Community Center on Saturday, March 22 at 2:00pm Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center on Saturday, April 12 at 1:00pm

Between Cell and Sea

Artist: Kimberley D’Adamo Green

April 26–July 6, 2014 Opening Reception Saturday, April 26, 2014 2:00pm-4:00pm, refreshments will be provided

D’Adamo Green’s art delves into the workings of natural systems – enmeshed micro and macro landscapes. From the microscope to the naked eye to aerial and satellite photography, why do we see replication of similar patterns across so many different organic forms no matter what our perspective? Her body of work explores this repetition of pattern and shape in nature – repetition that suggests that the idea of scale is but a human constructon.

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Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center

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Spring Camps Activities for kids of all ages!

Spring Camps

Looking for something interesting and fun to do during Spring Break? Join your friends, and make new friends too . . . sign up for a Spring Camp today!

Art Camps

Go Recreate Spring Break Camp

Young Rembrandts Art Workshops These art workshops use the Young Rembrandts brand of instruction and technique to bring the world of art to your family. Each class explores a theme and concentrates on the techniques used to create images based on these themes. No prior art class experience necessary. Jr. Zoo Drawing Workshop – Kids love to draw animals! Join us as we learn to draw a variety of animals found at our local zoo. We will draw giraffes, lions, tigers, birds and more. Our final day will result in one large scene of the zoo, divided into several habitats and incorporating the many animal friends we have learned to draw. Pencils, markers, Sharpies™ and color pencils will be used.

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Monday-Friday, 10:30am-12:30pm 26385 6-12 yr Jr. Zoo Draw Apr 21-Apr 25 SFCC *$15 supply fee due at first class.

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$99*

R Anime Workshop – Learn about and draw cartoons in the Anime style. Create your own Superhero characters using facial expressions, action and movement to illustrate scenes. Finish by drawing a large comic book scene in the Anime style. Monday-Friday, 1:00pm-3:00pm 26386 7-13 yr Anime Apr 21-Apr 25 SFCC

$99

Recreational Camps Spring Break Camp at MJCC The Spring Break Camp has been added to our schedule to help accommodate our working parents who need care while your child is on break from school. This program features arts and crafts, computer classes, board games, video games, cooking projects, sports, and optional fieldtrips. A small nutritious breakfast (cereal, fruit, pancakes, etc.) is also provided. Participants will have access to all center activities throughout the camp. Please provide your child with a bag lunch daily. Drop in is available for $20 a day. Monday-Friday, 7:30am-6:00pm 26472 6-17 yr Spring Break Apr 7-Apr 11

MJCC

$75

Year-Round School Break Camp Monday-Friday, 7:30am-6:00pm 26476 6-17 yr Year Round Apr 14-Apr 18 MJCC

$75

The Go Recreate Spring Break Camp will strive to fill youth’s free time with healthy, safe and engaging recreational activities designed to encourage positive social interaction, promote self esteem and provide a safe and fun environment for the youth of the community. Each day the Camp will engage your child’s interests in arts & crafts, games, sports and recreational activities as well as video game playing. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity for your child to enjoy their Spring Break. Pre-registration required. Monday-Friday, 7:30am-5:30pm 25683 6-14 yr Go Recreate Apr 14-Apr 18 CVCC 25684 6-14 yr Go Recreate Apr 14-Apr 18 SLCC

$80 $80

Sports & Swim Camps Junior Short Game Golf Clinic This is an instructional program conducted on the driving range for boys and girls ages 7-17 years of age. Our instructors are experienced and very enthusiastic about teaching the golf swing fundamentals, chipping, and putting. You will meet other junior golfers, make new friends and gain golf course experience. Spaces limited. Registration deadline is March 27, 2014. For more information, please call Linda Fiorina at (510) 881-6730. Monday-Friday, 9:00am-1:00pm 25703 7-17 yr Golf Camp Apr 14-Apr 18 MHDR $200

Swim/Tennis Camp Join us in our Swim/Tennis Camp. Work on a variety of strokes: forehand, backhand, breaststroke, and backstroke. Activities will include basic tennis skills and strategy, water safety skills and games. Camp will begin with tennis activities and conclude with swimming. Bring your own bag lunch. NOTE: Bring your own tennis racquet and a can of new tennis balls to first class. For more information call (510) 881-6703. No mail-in registration accepted. Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm 24814 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Apr 14-Apr 18 Plunge $180

Junior Lifeguard Camp Join the Junior Lifeguard Camp where participants will learn basic skills needed to become a lifeguard and swim instructor. Participants must be at least 11-14 years of age and able to swim coordinated crawl stroke continuously for 50 yards. Led by American Red Cross lifeguard instructors, this segment will focus on fitness swimming and basic water safety skills. Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:30pm 24810 11-14 yr Jr. Lifeguard Apr 14-Apr 18 Plunge $195

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.


Summer Camps So much to do, so close to home!

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This is an outline of the exciting summer camps offered for 2014. See camp details in the Summer Camp Guide and online at www.haywardrec.org.

Art Camp with Miss Kris

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 26389 6-10 yr Art/Miss Kris Jun 16-Jun 20 ADOBE $250

Art Camp at Adobe

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 26618 6-10 yr Art/Adobe Jul 7-Jul 11 26619 6-10 yr Art/Adobe Jul 28-Aug 1 *$25 Supply fee due at first class.

ADOBE $200* ADOBE $200*

Digital Animation Camp SFCC SFCC

$170 $170

Animation Creators: Stop Motion Animation Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26503 7-12 yr Stop Motion Jul 7-Jul 11 26502 7-12 yr Stop Motion Jul 21-Jul 25

SFCC SFCC

$170 $170

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26488 7-12 yr Skills & Dev. Jun 23-Jun 27 SFCC 26489 7-12 yr Skills & Dev. Aug 4-Aug 8 SFCC

$170 $170

Tech Builders App Design Monday-Friday, 1:00pm-4:00pm 26485 10-15 yr App Design Jun 23-Jun 27 SFCC 26486 10-15 yr App Design Aug 4-Aug 8 SFCC

$170 $170

Lego Flix Camps Lego Flix

SFCC $144*

Creatures Flix Monday-Thursday, 9:00am-12:00pm 27011 7-13 yr Creature Flix Jun 30-Jul 3 SFCC $144* *$259 for both Flix camps. $30 production fee per camp due at first class.

Young Rembrandts Art Workshops

Eric Carle Art Workshop Monday-Friday, 10:30am-12:30pm 26412 4-6 yr Eric Carle Jul 14-Jul 18 SFCC $120* 26417 4-6 yr Eric Carle Aug 18-Aug 22 SFCC $120* *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Jr. Zoo Drawing Workshop Monday-Friday, 10:30am-12:30pm 26416 5-7 yr Jr. Zoo Jul 28-Aug 1 *$15 supply fee due at first class.

SFCC $120*

Jr. Transportation Workshop Monday-Friday, 10:30am-12:30pm 26411 5-7 yr Jr. Transport. Aug 4-Aug 8 *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Monday-Friday, 1:00pm-3:00pm 26415 6-12 yr Bits of Summer Jul 28-Aug 1 *$15 supply fee due at first class.

SFCC $120*

Dance Co Dance Camp

Day Camps Camp Tenderfoot

Monday-Friday, 8:45am-3:00pm 26147 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Jun 23-Jun 27 26148 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Jul 7-Jul 11 26149 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Jul 14-Jul 18 26150 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Jul 21-Jul 25 26151 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Jul 28-Aug 1 26152 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Aug 4-Aug 8 26153 5-8 yr Tenderfoot Aug 11-Aug 15

EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP

$180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180 $180

EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP

$200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200

Camp Potowatomi

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:15pm 26186 8-12 yr Potowatomi Jun 23-Jun 27 26187 8-12 yr Potowatomi Jul 7-Jul 11 26188 8-12 yr Potowatomi Jul 14-Jul 18 26189 8-12 yr Potowatomi Jul 21-Jul 25 26190 8-12 yr Potowatomi Jul 28-Aug 1 26191 8-12 yr Potowatomi Aug 4-Aug 8 26192 8-12 yr Potowatomi Aug 11-Aug 15

AM Extended Care for Camps Tenderfoot and Potowatomi Monday-Friday, 7:30am-8:44am 26275 5-12 yr AM Extended Jun 23-Jun 27 26276 5-12 yr AM Extended Jul 7-Jul 11 26277 5-12 yr AM Extended Jul 14-Jul 18 26278 5-12 yr AM Extended Jul 21-Jul 25 26279 5-12 yr AM Extended Jul 28-Aug 1 26280 5-12 yr AM Extended Aug 4-Aug 8 26281 5-12 yr AM Extended Aug 11-Aug 15

EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP

$30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30 $30

PM Extended Care for Camps Tenderfoot and Potowatomi Monday-Friday, 3:16pm-5:30pm 26282 5-12 yr PM Extended Jun 23-Jun 27 26283 5-12 yr PM Extended Jul 7-Jul 11 26284 5-12 yr PM Extended Jul 14-Jul 18 26285 5-12 yr PM Extended Jul 21-Jul 25 26286 5-12 yr PM Extended Jul 28-Aug 1 26287 5-12 yr PM Extended Aug 4-Aug 8 26288 5-12 yr PM Extended Aug 11-Aug 15

EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP EAP

$50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50 $50

MJCC Summer Fun Camp SFCC $120*

Monday-Friday, 12:00pm-6:00pm 26512 6-17 yr Summer Fun Jun 23-Aug 22 MJCC

$65

MJCC Early Bird Camp

Jr. Princess Drawing Workshop Monday-Friday, 1:00pm-3:00pm 26413 5-7 yr Jr. Princess Aug 4-Aug 8 *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Bits of Summer Fun

SFCC $120*

Monday-Friday, 7:30am-12:00pm 26516 6-17 yr Early Bird Jun 23-Jul 11 MJCC 26517 6-17 yr Early Bird Jul 14-Aug 1 MJCC 26518 6-17 yr Early Bird Aug 4-Aug 22 MJCC

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$210 $225 $225

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Digital Game Design: Skills & Development Techniques

Monday-Thursday, 1:00pm-4:00pm 27010 7-13 yr Lego Flix Jun 30-Jul 3

Monday-Friday, 1:00pm-3:00pm 26418 6-12 yr Manga Anime Jul 14-Jul 18 SFCC $120* 26414 6-12 yr Manga Anime Aug 18-Aug 22 SFCC $120* *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-2:30pm 26391 4-12 yr Dance Co Jul 14-Jul 18 Dance Co $195 26392 4-12 yr Dance Co Aug 11-Aug 15 SFCC $195

Freshi Film Camps

Monday-Friday, 1:00pm-4:00pm 26511 8-13 yr Digital Anima Jul 7-Jul 11 26505 8-13 yr Digital Anima Jul 21-Jul 25

Manga and Anime Cartoon Drawing

Summer Camps

Art & Dance Camps

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Vida Nueva Leadership Camp

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm (no camp Friday, July 4) 26251 11-14 yr Vida Nueva Jun 23-Jul 3 EAP $380 26253 11-14 yr Vida Nueva Jul 7-Jul 18 EAP $420 26255 11-14 yr Vida Nueva Jul 21-Aug 1 EAP $420 26257 11-14 yr Vida Nueva Aug 4-Aug 15 EAP $420

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Summer Camps

Go Recreate Mini Campers

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Monday-Friday, 1:30pm-4:30pm 26443 5-6 yr Mini Campers Jun 16-Jul 3 26445 5-6 yr Mini Campers Jun 16-Jul 3 26444 5-6 yr Mini Campers Jul 7-Aug 1 26446 5-6 yr Mini Campers Jul 7-Aug 1

CVCC SLCC CVCC SLCC

CVCC SLCC SLCC CVCC

$165 $165 $235 $235

Go Recreate Day Camp

Monday-Friday, 12:30pm-5:30pm (no camp Friday, July 4) 26419 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 16-Jun 27 ACC $40 26420 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 16-Jun 27 SLCC $40 26421 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 16-Jun 27 SGCC $40 26422 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 16-Jun 27 CVCC $40 26423 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 16-Jun 27 SFCC $40 26424 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 30-Jul 3 ACC $16 26425 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 30-Jul 3 SLCC $16 26426 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 30-Jul 3 SGCC $16 26427 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 30-Jul 3 CVCC $16 26428 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jun 30-Jul 3 SFCC $16 26429 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 7-Jul 18 ACC $40 26430 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 7-Jul 18 SLCC $40 26431 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 7-Jul 18 SGCC $40 26432 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 7-Jul 18 CVCC $40 26433 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 7-Jul 18 SFCC $40 26434 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 21-Aug 1 ACC $40 26435 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 21-Aug 1 SLCC $40 26436 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 21-Aug 1 SGCC $40 26437 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 21-Aug 1 CVCC $40 26438 6-12 yr Go Recreate Jul 21-Aug 1 SFCC $40

Nature Camps

$197

Monday-Friday, 9:30am-2:30pm 26406 6-11 yr Art in Nature Jun 23-Jun 27 HSIC

$187

Arts in Nature Camp

Monday-Friday, 9:30am-12:30pm 26396 Pre-K Bay Shrimp Jul 21-Jul 25 Monday-Friday, 9:30am-2:30pm 26394 1st-2nd Shorecrabs Jul 7-Jul 11 26398 1st-2nd Shorecrabs Aug 4-Aug 8 Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm 26397 3rd-4th Sandpipers Jul 28-Aug 1 26399 3rd-4th Sandpipers Aug 11-Aug 15 26395 4th-6th Marsh Hawks Jul 14-Jul18 26400 4th-6th Marsh Hawks Aug 11-Aug 15

HSIC

$167

HSIC HSIC

$187 $187

HSIC HSIC HSIC HSIC

$197 $197 $197 $197

Teens in Marshes Leadership Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm 27144 12-15 yr Teen Leader Jul 28-Aug 1

HSIC

$197

SFCC

$135

SFCC

$135

Engineering & Science Camps Engineering Camps Awesomengineering

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26911 6-12 yr Engineering Jul 14-Jul 18 Monday-Friday, 1:00pm-4:00pm 26912 6-12 yr Engineering Jul 14-Jul 18

Growing Into An Engineer Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26644 6-12 yr Engineer Jul 21-Jul 25 *$25 supply fee due to instructor at first class.

SFCC $150*

Engineering and Robotics Challenges Camp SFCC

$150

Growing Into An Engineer: Engineering Principles and Design

Polliwogs

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26530 3½-5 yr Polliwogs Jun 23-Jun 27 SCNC 26531 3½-5 yr Polliwogs Jul 14-Jul 18 SCNC 26532 3½-5 yr Polliwogs Aug 4-Aug 8 SCNC

$143 $143 $143

Monday-Friday, 9:30am-2:30pm 26534 5-7yr Weasels Jul 7-Jul 11 SCNC 26535 5-7 yr Weasels Jul 21-Jul 25 SCNC 26536 5-7 yr Weasels Aug 11-Aug 15 SCNC

$187 $187 $187

Monday-Friday, 9:30am-2:30pm 26537 7-9 yr Barn Owls Jul 28-Aug 1

$187

Weasels

Barn Owls

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26646 6-12 yr Principles Jul 28-Aug 1 *$25 supply fee due to instructor at first class.

SFCC $150*

Construction Engineering and Architectural Design Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26647 6-12 yr Architectural Aug 18-Aug 22 SFCC $150* *$25 supply fee due to instructor at first class.

Sciensational Workshops for Kids Harry Potter – Magical Mystery Tour

SCNC

Summer Fishing Camp

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26656 6-11 yr Harry Potter Aug 4-Aug 8

SFCC

$215

SFCC

$215

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26658 7-12 yr Transportation Aug 11-Aug 15 SFCC

$215

Egyptian Dig HSIC HSIC HSIC

$187 $187 $187

SCNC

$192

Junior Biologist

Monday-Thursday, 9:30am-2:30pm 26541 10-14 yr Jr. Biologist Jun 30-Jul 3

SCNC

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26645 6-12 yr Robotics Jul 14-Jul 18 *$25 supply fee due to instructor at first class.

Wildlife Camp

Monday-Friday, 9:30am-2:30pm 26403 10-13 yr Fishing Jul 7-Jul11 26404 6-9 yr Fishing Jul 21-Jul 25 26405 10-13 yr Fishing Aug 4-Aug 8

Monday-Friday, 9:30am-2:30pm 26544 9-12 yr Critter Leader Jul 14-Jul 18

Bay Camp $65 $65 $90 $90

Go Recreate Morning Camp Monday-Friday, 7:30am-12:30pm 26439 6-12 yr AM Camp Jun 16-Jul 3 26440 6-12 yr AM Camp Jun 16-Jul 3 26441 6-12 yr AM Camp Jul 7-Aug 1 26442 6-12 yr AM Camp Jul 7-Aug 1

Kids and Critter Care Leadership

Kids & Critter Care – Wildlife Basics 101

Monday-Friday, 9:30am-2:30pm 26538 7-11 yr Critter Care Jun 23-Jun 27 SCNC 26539 7-11 yr Critter Care Aug 4-Aug 8 SCNC 26540 7-11 yr Critter Care Aug 18-Aug 22 SCNC

Monday-Friday, 12:45pm-3:45pm 26657 6-11 yr Egyptian Dig Aug 4-Aug 8

Magnetic Levitation for Future Transportation CSI Crime Scene Investigator Monday-Friday, 12:45pm-3:45pm 26659 8-12 yr Crime Scene Aug 11-Aug 15 SFCC

$197 $197 $197

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$215


Sports Camps

Skyhawks Mini-Hawk

Golf Camp

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-1:00pm 26003 7-17 yr Golf Jun 23-Jun 27 MHDR $200 26004 7-17 yr Golf Jul 14-Jul 18 MHDR $200 26005 7-17 yr Golf Aug 4-Aug 8 MHDR $200

Make Me a Pro Sports Camps $95 $95

PALHP $110 PALHP $110 PALHP $170 PALHP $170

Cheerleading Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26725 5-12 yr Cheerleading Jul 7-Jul 11 Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 26726 6-12 yr Cheerleading Jul 7-Jul 11

PALHP $110 PALHP $170

Baseball Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26712 5-12 yr Baseball Jul 7-Jul 11 26714 5-12 yr Baseball Aug 4-Aug 8 Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 26713 6-12 yr Baseball Jul 7-Jul 11 26719 6-12 yr Baseball Aug 4-Aug 8

PALHP $110 PALHP $110

STONE $110 STONE $140

$49

PALHP

$49

PALHP

$49

Monday-Friday, 10:00am-2:00pm 26660 7-10 yr Stage Kids Jun 23-Jun 27 DMT

$145

Young Performers Workshop Monday-Friday, 10:00am-2:00pm 26661 11-15 yr Performers Jul 7-Jul 18

DMT

$290

Swimming Camps Junior Lifeguard Camp Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm 26304 11-14 yr Shock ‘Em Jun 16-Jun 20 Plunge $180 26308 11-14 yr Shock ‘Em Jul 14-Jul 18 Plunge $180 Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm 26305 11-14 yr Watch Water Jun 23-Jun 27 Plunge $180 26309 11-14 yr Watch Water Jul 21-Jul 25 Plunge $180

Breaks, Bruises and Broken Bones, Oh My! Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm 26306 11-14 yr Breaks Oh My! Jun 30-Jul 3 26310 11-14 yr Breaks Oh My! Jul 28-Aug 1

Plunge $144 Plunge $180

Just Breathe CVTC CVTC CVTC CVTC CVTC

$145 $145 $145 $145 $145

Skyhawks Volleyball

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 27015 7-12 yr Volleyball Jun 16-Jun 20 SAC

$129

Skyhawks Basketball STONE

$49

STONE

$49

STONE

$49

STONE $149

Skyhawks Soccer Monday-Thursday, 4:00pm-4:45pm 26686 3-4 yr Soccer Jun 23-Jun 26 PALHP $49 Monday-Thursday, 5:00pm-5:45pm 26694 4-6 yr Soccer Jun 23-Jun 26 PALHP $49 Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 26679 6-12 yr Soccer Aug 4-Aug 8 STONE $149

Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm 26307 11-14 yr Just Breathe Jul 7-Jul 11 26311 11-14 yr Just Breathe Aug 4-Aug 8

Plunge $180 Plunge $180

Swim/Tennis Camp

Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm (no camp Friday, July 4) 26312 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jun 16-Jun 20 Plunge $180 26313 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jun 23-Jun 27 Plunge $180 26314 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jun 30-Jul 3 Plunge $144 26315 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jul 7-Jul 11 Plunge $180 26316 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jul 14-Jul 18 Plunge $180 26327 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jul 21-Jul 25 Plunge $180 26323 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Jul 28-Aug 1 Plunge $180 26326 8-11 yr Swim/Tennis Aug 4-Aug 8 Plunge $180

Aquatics Camps Extended Care Monday-Friday, 8:00am-9:30am, 3:30pm-5:30pm (no camp Friday, July 4) 26329 8-14 yr Extended AM/PM Jun 16-Jun 20 Plunge 26330 8-14 yr Extended AM/PM Jun 23-Jun 27 Plunge 26331 8-14 yr Extended AM/PM Jun 30-Jul 3 Plunge 26332 8-14 yr Extended AM/PM Jul 7-Jul 11 Plunge 26333 8-14 yr Extended AM/PM Jul 14-Jul 18 Plunge 26334 8-14 yr Extended AM/PM Jul 21-Jul 25 Plunge 26335 8-14 yr Extended AM/PM Jul 28-Aug 1 Plunge 26336 8-14 yr Extended AM/PM Aug 4-Aug 8 Plunge

Register Now!

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$45 $45 $36 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45

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PALHP $140

PALHP

Stage Kids

Watch the Water

$90

Skyhawks Sports Camp

Monday-Thursday, 4:00pm-4:45pm 26693 3-4 yr Basketball Jul 28-Jul 31 Monday-Thursday, 5:00pm-5:45pm 26690 4-6 yr Basketball Jul 28-Jul 31 Monday-Thursday, 6:00pm-6:45pm 26689 6-9 yr Basketball Jul 28-Jul 31 Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 26685 7-12 yr Basketball Jun 23-Jun 27

STONE $149 CVCC $149

Theater Camps

PALHP

Tennis Day Camps – Beginning/Intermediate

Monday-Friday, 10:00am-12:30pm 26673 10-17 yr Tennis Jun 23-Jun 27 26675 10-17 yr Tennis Jul 7-Jul 11 26676 10-17 yr Tennis Jul 14-Jul 18 26677 10-17 yr Tennis Aug 4-Aug 8 26678 10-17 yr Tennis Aug 11-Aug 15

Monday-Thursday, 4:00pm-4:45pm 26702 3-4 yr Baseball Jul 14-Jul 17 Monday-Thursday, 5:00pm-5:45pm 26701 4-6 yr Baseball Jul 14-Jul 17 Monday-Thursday, 6:00pm-6:45pm 26687 6-9 yr Baseball Jul 14-Jul 17

Shock ’Em

Basketball Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26717 5-12 yr Basketball Jul 21-Jul 25 Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 26718 6-12 yr Basketball Jul 21-Jul 25

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 26680 6-12 yr Multi-Sport Jul 7-Jul 11 26696 6-12 yr Multi-Sport Jul 21-Jul 25

PALHP $170 PALHP $170

Flag Football Monday-Thursday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26715 5-12 yr Flag Football June 30-Jul 3 Monday-Thursday, 9:00am-3:00pm 26724 6-12 yr Flag Football June 30-Jul 3

Skyhawks Multi-Sport

Summer Camps

PALHP PALHP

STONE $129 CVCC $129

Skyhawks Baseball

Soccer

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-11:00am 26707 4-5 yr Soccer Jul 7-Jul 11 26705 4-5 yr Soccer Jul 28-Aug 1 Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26720 5-14 yr Soccer Jul 7-Jul 11 26722 5-14 yr Soccer Jul 28-Aug 1 Monday-Friday, 9:00am-3:00pm 26721 6-14 yr Soccer Jul 7-Jul 11 26723 6-14 yr Soccer Jul 28-Aug 1

Monday-Friday, 9:00am-12:00pm 26688 4-7 yr Mini-Hawk Jul 7-Jul 11 26692 4-7 yr Mini-Hawk Jul 21-Jul 25

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Aquatics

Aquatics

HARD

Hayward Plunge 24176 Mission Blvd., Hayward | (510) 881-6703

See pages 8-11 for Spring and Summer Camps! Aquatics General Information Aquatics Online Registration Visit www.haywardrec.org to register online. There is a transaction fee of $2 per registration online. Resident’s online registration begins February 19, 2014. Non-Residents online and walk-in registration begins February 26, 2014. Non-residents pay an additional $10 per class, per session.

Class Information All swim classes are 30 minutes long. Instructional classes are taught by Certified Instructors.

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Classes fill quickly, so register for multiple sessions if you want ongoing swimming.

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Withdrawal Policy Refunds will be issued only upon cancellation of a class/activity by the District – no exceptions. Refunds will be pro-rated for any classes already provided. Refunds may take up to 21 days to process. If you withdraw from a class one week prior to the first class meeting, you may receive a Client Credit for the registration period. Client Credits will be issued within 21 days of the class and can be used for any District program. Refunds, cancellations and transfer of classes are subject to a $5 service charge per class. Credits will not be issued after the second class meeting.

Group Reservations Private groups may reserve the Hayward Plunge or an outdoor swim center for their use by calling (510) 8816703 or (510) 881-6700

Pool Accommodation for Those with Special Needs The Hayward Plunge is equipped with a pool lift, locker room, shower and access ramp for those with special needs to enjoy the facility. For information please call (510) 888-0123.

Join HARD’s Aquatics Team! We are currently recruiting and have job opportunities now! We are looking for: n Pool Managers n Assistant Managers n Lifeguards n Swim Instructors Not certified? No problem! See our classes for Lifeguards and Swim Instructors (WSI) on page 13. Visit www.haywardrec.org and click on “employment” tab to view all opportunities. For more information on employment opportunities call us today at (510) 888-0123.


Aquatics Spring 2014 Session Dates Session 1: Session 2: Session 3:

Holidays – No classes: April 16, April 19-20, and May 24-26. Mon/Wed Tue/Thu Wed Sat Mar 31-April 9 Apr 1-Apr 10 Apr 2-May 14 Apr 5-May 17 Apr 21-May 7 Apr 22-May 8 May 12-May 28 May 13-May 29

Sun Apr 6-May 18

Drop-In Programs – Spring 2014 Lap Swim/Water Walking

Tot Swim (Ages 1-5 yrs with an adult)

(Ages 13 yrs and over)

Bring your Tots to play and practice in the Training Pool at the Hayward Plunge. Monday-Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11:30am-1:30pm Fee: $4 for one adult and one child (1-5 years old)

Lap Swim and Water Walking lanes may be limited during certain times due to other programs. Monday-Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6:00am-1:30pm* Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . .5:00pm-7:00pm Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6:00am-9:30am Sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6:00am-10:30am *Pool is a multi-use facility and space may be limited at times. M/W/F, 8:30am-11:30 am, only the deep end is open. T/Th, 12:30pm-1:30pm, only the deep end is open. M/W, 6:25pm and later only two lap lanes available. Fee: $4 or a swim pass $54 (15 swims) senior pass $40.50 (15 swims)

Public Swimming (All Ages) All children 7 years and under must be accompanied by an adult in the water at all times. Saturdays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:30pm-3:30pm Fee: $2 per person

American Red Cross Lifeguard Training (Ages 16 yrs +)

American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Course (Ages 16 yrs +)

Prerequisites: The candidate must be 15 years of age on or before the final scheduled session. Swim the 300 yards continuously, using these strokes in the following order: 100 yards of continuous front crawl using rhythmic breathing and a stabilizing, propellant kick; 100 yards of continuous breaststroke; 100 yards of either front crawl using rhythmic breathing or breaststroke; swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke, surface dive to a depth of 7-10 feet, retrieve a 10 pound object, return to the surface, and swim 20 yards back to the starting point with the object within 1 minute and 45 seconds.

Students need to be 16 years of age by the last class and successfully complete the pre-course, written exam, and skill test. All Participants will be required to sign-up and attend two additional training times. Tuesday/Thursday

24815 24816

Apr 14-Apr 18 Apr 14-Apr 18 Feb 22-Mar 22

Apr 16- May 16

6:30pm-9:30pm

$190

Junior Lifeguard Camp (Ages 11-14 yrs)

8:00am-2:00pm 3:00pm-9:00pm

$185 $185

Join the Junior Lifeguard Camp where participants will learn basic skills needed to become a lifeguard and swim instructor. Participants must be at least 11-14 years of age and able to swim coordinated crawl stroke continuously for 50 yards. Led by American Red Cross lifeguard instructors, this segment will focus on fitness swimming, and basic water safety skills. Upon successful completion, students will receive a Jr. Lifeguard certificate (H.A.R.D.) and an American Red Cross Basic Water Rescue Certification with a validity period of 3 years.

12:00pm-6:00pm

$185

24810

Saturday 24817

25663

Monday-Friday Apr 14-Apr 18

9:30am-3:30pm

$195

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Training Programs at the Plunge

Monday-Friday

Aquatics

Pool Closed: April 20 and May 26.

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Instructional Swim Classes Holidays – No classes: April 16, April 19-20, and May 24-26.

Parent Tot Swimming (Ages 12-35 months) Adult/student – An adult must accompany each tot into the pool. Course is designed to develop in young children a comfort level in and around the water.

Aquatics

Monday/Wednesday 26154 26155 26156

Mar 31-Apr 9 Apr 21-May 7 May 12-May 28

Tuesday/Thursday

6:40pm-7:10pm 6:40pm-7:10pm 6:40pm-7:10pm

$26 $38 $32

26157 26158 26159

Apr 1-Apr 10 Apr 22-May 8 May 13-May 29

9:45 am-10:15am 9:45 am-10:15am 9:45 am-10:15am

$26 $38 $38

10:15am-10:45am 11:35am-12:05pm

$38 $38

Saturday 26160 26161

Apr 5-May 17 Apr 5-May 17

Tiny Tot (Ages 3-5 yrs)

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Course is designed to develop in young children a comfort level in and around the water and a readiness to swim. This course does not teach children to be accomplished swimmers or to survive in the water. Maximum of 4 students per instructor. Monday/Wednesday Tuesday/Thursday

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Mar 31-Apr 9 Mar 31-Apr 9 Mar 31-Apr 9 Mar 31-Apr 9 Apr 21-May 7 Apr 21-May 7 Apr 21-May 7 Apr 21-May 7 May 12-May 28 May 12-May 28 May 12-May 28 May 12-May 28

9:45am-10:15am 10:20am-10:50am 3:45pm-4:15pm 6:40pm-7:10pm 9:45am-10:15am 10:20am-10:50am 3:45pm-4:15pm 6:40pm-7:10pm 9:45am-10:15am 10:20am-10:50am 3:45pm-4:15pm 6:40pm-7:10pm

$30 $30 $30 $30 $45 $45 $45 $45 $38 $38 $38 $38

26174 26175 26176 26177 26178 26179 26180 26181 26182

Apr 1-Apr 10 Apr 1-Apr 10 Apr 1-Apr 10 Apr 22-May 8 Apr 22-May 8 Apr 22-May 8 May 13-May 29 May 13-May 29 May 13-May 29

9:10am-9:40am 9:45am-10:15am 3:45pm-4:15pm 9:10am-9:40am 9:45am-10:15am 3:45pm-4:15pm 9:10am-9:40am 9:45am-10:15am 3:45pm-4:15pm

$30 $30 $30 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45

2:15pm-2:45pm

$45

10:15am-10:45am 11:35am-12:05pm

$45 $45

Wednesday 26183

Apr 2-May 15

Saturday 26184 26185

Apr 5-May 17 Apr 5-May 17

Group Swim Lessons – All Levels (Ages 6-13 yrs) (Formerly Learn to Swim)

Beginning Levels 1 and 3 focus on a child’s basic development from floating to crawlstroke and backstroke. Levels 4 and 5, crawlstroke with rhythmic breathing, elementary backstroke, and the introduction to breaststroke are the main focuses. Advanced Level 6 is designed to fine tune a child’s stroke and introduce swimmers to the competitive atmosphere. Maximum of 8 Students per instructor. Monday/Wednesday 26209 26210 26211 26212 26213 26214

Mar 31-Apr 9 Mar 31-Apr 9 Apr 21-May 7 Apr 21-May 7 May 12-May 28 May 12-May 28

4:20pm-4:50pm 7:20pm-7:50pm 4:20pm-4:50pm 7:20pm-7:50pm 4:20pm-4:50pm 7:20pm-7:50pm

Tuesday/Thursday $23 $23 $34 $34 $29 $29

26215 26216 26217

Apr 1-Apr 10 Apr 22-May 8 May 13-May 29

4:20pm-4:50pm 4:20pm-4:50pm 4:20pm-4:50pm

$23 $34 $34

2:50pm-3:20pm

$34

10:55am-11:25am

$34

Wednesday 26218

Apr 2-May 14

Saturday 26219

Apr 5-May 17

Adult/Teen Learn To Swim – All Levels (Ages 14 yrs +) Adult/Teen lessons are offered for all skill levels, very beginner to advanced. Course emphasis is on improvement and endurance. Monday/Wednesday Tuesday/Thursday 26199 26200 26201 26202 26203 26204

Mar 31-Apr 9 Mar 31-Apr 9 Apr 21-May 7 Apr 21-May 7 May 12-May 28 May 12-May 28

3:30pm-4:15pm 6:25pm-7:10pm 3:30pm-4:15pm 6:25pm-7:10pm 3:30pm-4:15pm 6:25pm-7:10pm

$28 $28 $41 $41 $35 $35

26205 26206 26207

Apr 1-Apr 10 Apr 22-May 8 May 13-May 29

3:30pm-4:15pm 3:30pm-4:15pm 3:30pm-4:15pm

$28 $41 $41

12:15pm-1:00pm

$41

Saturday 26208

Apr 5-May 17


Tuesday/Thursday (6-8 yrs) 26193 26194 26195

Apr 1-Apr 10 Apr 22-May 8 May 13-May 29

10:20am-11:20am 10:20am-11:20am 10:20am-11:20am

Aquatics

Home School P.E. Classes (Ages 6-8 yrs and 9-11 yrs) We offer a fitness opportunity for home school students, ages 6-11! Affordable and flexible, our program has been structured with the home school student and parent in mind. Most importantly, the program is taught at the same time in the same location for all ages. Activities and instruction will vary pending on student’s skill level instruction can include any of the following: swimming, diving, water basketball, water polo and many other fitness opportunities. Tuesday/Thursday (9-11 yrs) $53 $79 $79

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Apr 1-Apr 10 Apr 22-May 8 May 13-May 29

10:20am-11:20am 10:20am-11:20am 10:20am-11:20am

$53 $79 $79

Private Lesson Aquatics (Ages 6 yrs +) Monday/Wednesday 26232 26233 26234 26235 26236 26237 26238 26239 26240

Mar 31-Apr 9 Mar 31-Apr 9 Mar 31-Apr 9 Apr 21-May 7 Apr 21-May 7 Apr 21-May 7 May 12-May 28 May 12-May 28 May 12-May 28

3:45pm-4:15pm 5:00pm-5:30pm 6:00pm-6:30pm 3:45pm-4:15pm 5:00pm-5:30pm 6:00pm-6:30pm 3:45pm-4:15pm 5:00pm-5:30pm 6:00pm-6:30pm

Tuesday/Thursday $106 $106 $106 $158 $158 $158 $132 $132 $132

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Apr 1-Apr 10 Apr 1-Apr 10 Apr 22-May 8 Apr 22-May 8 May 13-May 29 May 13-May 29

3:45pm-4:15pm 5:00pm-5:30pm 3:45pm-4:15pm 5:00pm-5:30pm 3:45pm-4:15pm 5:00pm-5:30pm

$106 $106 $158 $158 $158 $158

9:35am-10:05am

$158

9:35am-10:05am 10:10am-10:40am

$158 $158

Saturday 26247

Apr 5-May 17

Sunday 26248 26249

Apr 6-May 18 Apr 6-May 18

Semi Private Lessons – All Levels (Ages 6-13 yrs) A 30 minute lesson designed for students needing more individual attention. Maximum of 4 students per instructor. Monday/Wednesday 26220 26221 26222

Mar 31-Apr 9 Apr 21-May 7 May 12-May 28

6:00pm-6:30pm 6:00pm-6:30pm 6:00pm-6:30pm

Wednesday $48 $72 $60

26223

Apr 2-May 14

2:15 pm-2:45pm

$72

12:15 pm-12:45pm

$72

Saturday 26224

Apr 5-May 17

Competitive Stroke Development (Ages 6 yrs +) Prerequisites: Intermediate (Level 5) and/or ability to perform 80 yards of coordinated crawlstroke, backstroke and breaststroke. Teaches racing dives and turns, butterfly, freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke in a competitive swim environment. A swim test is required to enroll. Monday/Wednesday 26199 26200 26201 26202 26203 26204

Mar 31-Apr 9 Mar 31-Apr 9 Apr 21-May 7 Apr 21-May 7 May 12-May 28 May 12-May 28

3:30pm-4:15pm 6:25pm-7:10pm 3:30pm-4:15pm 6:25pm-7:10pm 3:30pm-4:15pm 6:25pm-7:10pm

Tuesday/Thursday $28 $28 $41 $41 $35 $35

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Apr 1-Apr 10 Apr 22-May 8 May 13-May 29

3:30pm-4:15pm 3:30pm-4:15pm 3:30pm-4:15pm

$28 $41 $41

12:15pm-1:00pm

$41

Saturday 26208

Apr 5-May 17

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Individualized instruction will be available with a Certified Instructor. Please call the Swim Center for further information.

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Aquatics

Spring Swim/Tennis Camp Ages 8-11 yrs Join us in our Swim/Tennis Camp. Work on a variety of strokes: forehand, backhand, breaststroke, and backstroke. Activities will include basic tennis skills and strategy, water safety skills and games. Camp will begin with tennis activities and conclude with swimming. Bring your own bag lunch. NOTE: Bring your own tennis racquet and a can of new tennis balls to first class. For more information call (510) 881-6703. No mailin registration accepted. 24814 8-11 yr

M-F

Apr 14-Apr 18

9:30am-3:30pm

Plunge

Staff

$180

See pages 8-11 for Spring and Summer Camps!

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Water Fitness at the Plunge

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Holidays – No classes: April 16, April 19-20, and May 24-26. Classes listed below have the option for registration or for a drop in fee of $10 per class. Fitness passes $75 for any 10 water fitness classes are also available for purchase. Senior rates also available; register at pool only for discount. Classes are open to men and women 16 years and older. Non-swimmers welcome except in Deep Water classes. Course maximums and minimums are based on pool space. Classes are on a first come, first served for non-registered students, space permitting. Pool is a multi-use facility, as a result program area may change based on program needs. All classes are one hour. Equipment is provided.

Aqua-Robix (Ages 16 yrs +)

H2O Flow (Ages 16 yrs +)

Moderate paced shallow water exercise class featuring aerobics and toning in an invigorating workout. Monday/Wednesday/Friday

Easy-paced shallow water exercise class focusing on endurance and improved joint flexibility in a relaxed environment. Monday/Wednesday/Friday

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Mar 31-Apr 11 Apr 21-May 9 May 12-Jun 6

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

$39 $59 $72

Fit Club (Ages 16 yrs +) Shallow water class designed to improve joint movement and mobility and reduce pain and stiffness. Temperature of the pool is 82 degrees. Please call 8816703 for more information. Tuesday/Thursday 26258 26259 26260

Apr 1-Apr10 Apr 22-May 8 May 13-Jun 5

12:30pm-1:30pm 12:30pm-1:30pm 12:30pm-1:30pm

$26 $39 $52

Guts and Butts Deep Water (Ages 16 yrs +) Deep Water conditioning class designed to increase endurance, strength and tone. Flotation provided. Must be comfortable in deep water. Saturday 26261

Apr 5-May 17

9:30am-10:30am

$39

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Mar 31-Apr 11 Apr 21-May 9 May 12-Jun 6

10:15am-11:15am 10:15am-11:15am 10:15am-11:15am

$39 $59 $72

Move It and Lose It (Ages 16 yrs +) Fast-paced shallow water exercise class focusing on cardio and strength in a challenging water gym. Tuesday/Thursday 26265 26266 26267 26268 26269 26270

Apr 1-Apr10 Apr 1-Apr10 Apr 22-May 8 Apr 22-May 8 May 13-Jun 5 May 13-Jun 5

6:00pm-7:00pm 7:15pm-8:15pm 6:00pm-7:00pm 7:15pm-8:15pm 6:00pm-7:00pm 7:15pm-8:15pm

$26 $26 $39 $39 $52 $52

8:15am-9:15am

$39

Saturday 26271

Apr 5-May 17

N 2 Deep Water (Ages 16 yrs +) Deep water aerobic and toning class in a resistive yet non-impact environment. Flotation provided. Must be comfortable in deep water. Tuesday/Thursday 26272 26273 26274

Apr 1-Apr10 Apr 22-May 8 May 13-Jun 5

6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm

$26 $39 $52


develop

Preschool Age

See pages 8-11 for Spring and Summer Camps!

Art Art of All Kinds

Preschool Age – Art

HARD

Ages Up to 6 Years

Give your child the opportunity to explore and experiment in different art media such as playdough, collage sculpture, paint and drawing in this self-directed art class. Parent participation is optional. Please wear clothes that can get messy and bring a box to take your art home in. 26360 3-6 yr F 26358 3-8 yr F 26359 4-10 yr F 26361 6-10 yr F *$15 supply fee due at first class.

11:00am-12:00pm 12:30pm-1:30pm 2:30pm-3:30pm 4:00pm-5:00pm

Mar 21-Apr 25 Mar 21-Apr 25 Mar 21-Apr 25 Mar 21-Apr 25

6 6 6 6

ADOBE ADOBE ADOBE ADOBE

Egan Egan Egan Egan

$66* $66* $66* $66*

This is a fun, stimulating, self-directed class designed to encourage both you and your child’s creativity. Explore and experiment using various materials and tools with playdough, painting, collage and other exciting things. Please wear clothes that can get messy and bring a box to take your art home in. 26357 2½-6 yr F 9:30am-10:30am *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Mar 21-Apr 25

6

ADOBE

Egan

$66*

Little Architects This hands-on, fun, creative class teaches young students to use their eyes, hands, ideas and art tools to build forms, shapes and structures with a mix of materials including wood, foam, cardboard, sugar cubes, toothpicks and fabric. The studio is about learning visually and technically. No class 5/26. 26365 5-7 yr M 3:30pm-5:00pm *$30 supply fee due at first class.

Mar 17-Jun 2

11

ADOBE

McPherson

$125*

Jacob Lawrence Painters’ Studio This studio class is like no other. Learn to use your natural talent to practice painting while learning related art techniques and developing a personal style of expression. Focus areas include color theory, composition, perspective and subject. Please wear clothes they can get messy in. We will be using acrylic paints. 26299 6-13 yr Th 3:30pm-5:00pm 26298 6-13 yr Sa 9:00am-10:30am *$30 supply fee due at first class.

Mar 20-Jun 5 Mar 22-Jun 7

12 12

ADOBE ADOBE

McPherson McPherson

$130* $130*

Art History for the Young – Part 1 Study the history of painting from early cave paintings to Vincent Van Gogh. Create a piece of art each class meeting inspired by a specific artist or time period. 26968 5-7 yr Th 4:00pm-5:00pm *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Apr 24-May 29

6

ADOBE

McGough

$65*

Young Rembrandts FUNdamental Drawing This program is specifically designed with the needs of our youngest learners in mind. We use subjects your preschooler is familiar with such as animals and toys, pictures, stories, touching, and doing to enhance social and conflict resolution skills while improving listening, fine-motor skills, and time-on-task. Give your child the information they’re hungry for and be amazed by what they’ll create! All materials provided. New lessons taught each class and session. 26387 4-6 yr 26388 4-6 yr

Sa Sa

10:30am-11:30am 10:30am-11:30am

Mar 22-Apr 19 May 3-May 31

5 5

KASCC KASCC

YR Staff YR Staff

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$90 $90

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Preschool Age – Art/Dance/Music

Ceramics – Parent/Child Hand and Wheel A safe and fun studio environment for children to develop hand skills and learn to trust their own artistic judgment while making expressive pottery or sculpture. These classes give you a chance to share in your child’s talent. Fees include glazes and firing. No class 4/12, 5/3. 26363 5-17 yr Sa 9:00am-10:30am *$15 supply fee per person due at first class.

Mar 22-May 10

6

ADOBE

Egan

$108/$80 sibling*

Dance and Music Boogie With Your Baby You and your baby will “boogie” to you favorite nursery songs. Hop, jump, and dance with scarves, beanbags, parachutes and more. We encourage imagination, creativity and fun for everyone. One parent per child; parent participation required. No class 4/14. 26119 9 mo-2½ yr

M

10:00am-10:45am

Mar 17-May 12

8

CVPA-2

CVPA Staff

$73

Twist and Shout Tot This class encourages creativity and imagination as children and parents twist and shout to some of their favorite preschool songs. Students explore dance and movement through use of bean bags, scarves, balls, parachutes and more. This class is designed to enhance basic motor skills and introduce students to a classroom environment. One parent per child; parent participation required. No class 4/14. 26120 2-4 yr

M

11:00am-11:45am

Mar 17-May 12

8

CVPA-2

CVPA Staff

$73

Music and Rhythm Enjoy high energy play-time with music and a variety of rhythmic equipment. This program is designed to enhance basic motor skills and introduce students to the classroom environment. Parent and/or caregivers interaction required. Siblings cannot be accommodated in classroom. No class 4/15, 4/18. 26344 2-3 yr 26345 2-3 yr

T F

10:00am-10:40am 10:00am-10:40am

Mar 25-Jun 3 Mar 28-Jun 6

10 10

CVCC CVCC

Primmer Primmer

$95 $95

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This is the perfect introductory to dance class for your toddler. Not only will they learn basic dance steps they’ll review counting and colors. Lean musical patterns, creative dance and basic dance skills. Simple exercises will be used to increase coordination and flexibility. Acro classes introduce basics for rolls, handstands and cartwheels. Combo classes combine elements of ballet and tap. No class 4/15-4/19, 5/10, 5/24-5/26. Pre Ballet and Acro 26135 26143 26141 26142

3-5 yr 3-5 yr 3-5 yr 3-5 yr

T W Sa Sa

11:15am-11:40am 10:30am-10:55am 9:30am-9:55am 10:00am-10:25am

Mar 25-Jun 3 Mar 26-Jun 4 Mar 29-Jun 7 Mar 29-Jun 7

10 10 8 8

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Primmer Primmer Primmer Primmer

$50 $50 $40 $40

5:30pm-6:15pm 4:00pm-4:45pm 9:00am-9:45am 10:30am-11:15am

Mar 18-May 13 Mar 19-May 14 Mar 22-May 17 Mar 22-May 17

8 8 8 8

SFCC SFCC SFCC SFCC

CVPA Staff CVPA Staff CVPA Staff CVPA Staff

$68 $68 $68 $68

5:30pm-6:00pm 5:00pm-5:30pm 11:15am-12:10pm 3:45pm-4:40pm 11:15am-12:10pm 5:30pm-6:00pm 5:00pm-5:30pm

Mar 17-Apr 28 Mar 17-Apr 28 Mar 26-Jun 4 Mar 26-Jun 4 Mar 28-Jun 6 May 5-Jun 9 May 5-Jun 9

6 6 10 10 10 6 6

Dance Co Dance Co CVCC CVCC CVCC Dance Co Dance Co

Feder Feder Primmer Primmer Primmer Feder Feder

$48 $48 $110 $110 $110 $48 $48

Pre Ballet and Tap 26136 26138 26139 26144

3-6 yr 3-6 yr 3-5 yr 4-7 yr

T W Sa Sa

Pre Combo and Acro 26146 26291 26137 26145 26140 26289 26292

3-5 yr 3-5 yr 3-5 yr 3-5 yr 3-5 yr 3-5 yr 3-5 yr

M M W W F M M

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.


Combination and Acrobatic Dance

26371 26346 26347 26348

4-6 yr 4-6 yr 4-6 yr 4-7 yr

W F Sa Sa

4:45pm-5:35pm 5:30pm-6:35pm 10:50am-11:30am 11:35am-12:15pm

Mar 26-Jun 4 Mar 28-Jun 6 Mar 29-Jun 7 Mar 29-Jun 7

10 10 8 8

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Primmer Primmer Primmer Primmer

$110 $110 $88 $88

Mar 28-Jun 6 Mar 29-Jun 7

10 9

CVCC CVCC

Primmer Primmer

$92 $83

Advanced (Teacher placement only) 26349 6-8 yr 26350 6-8 yr

F Sa

4:30pm-5:25pm 1:30pm-2:25pm

Jazz and Tap Dance A combination of tap technique and jazz basics with an emphasis on modern steps to contemporary music. 26378 4-8 yr

W

6:30pm-7:25pm

Mar 19-May 28

10

SFCC

Mamone

$92

Ballet Dance Basic ballet alignment, positions and steps. Gain jumping, balancing and turning skills while increasing your flexibility. Ballet is the basis of all other dance forms. No class 4/17. 26631 5-7 yr

Th

4:15pm-5:00pm

Mar 20-May 29

10

WPCC

Freitas

$100

Hip Hop Dance Beginning hip-hop moves taught to upbeat and popular music. Your dancer will gain rhythm and have fun. All music and movement is age-appropriate. No class 4/14-4/19. 26124 26125 26127 26131 26126

4-7 yr 4-6 yr 6-10 yr 5-11 yr 4-7 yr

M T W Th S

4:30pm-5:15pm 4:45pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:15pm 5:05pm-6:00pm 9:45am-10:30am

Mar 17-May 12 Mar 18-May 13 Mar 19-May 14 Mar 20-May 29 Mar 22-May 17

8 8 8 10 8

CVCC SFCC SFCC WPCC SFCC

CVPA Staff CVPA Staff CVPA Staff Freitas CVPA Staff

$70 $68 $68 $100 $68

Presented by Early Start Music. Music Together is an internationally recognized early childhood music program which strongly emphasizes and facilitates adult involvement. The whole family can participate at their own level in singing, moving, chanting and exploring musical instruments. Babies 8 months and younger and children over 7 years may participate free with their registered sibling. Material fee includes two CDs and a fully illustrated songbook, parent DVD, musical growth chart, family events and newsletters. Visit www.earlystartmusic.com for more information regarding early childhood music or to sign-up for a sample class. We offer three make-up classes each quarter – spots are limited and cannot be guaranteed. Call our District Offices at (510) 881-6700 to receive the sibling discount. Late registration is accepted via fax, mail or drop-in. No class 4/20-4/26, 5/24-5/26. 26462 1 mo-5 yr F 9:30am-10:15am 26463 1 mo-5 yr F 10:30am-11:15am 26464 1 mo-5 yr Sa 9:30am-10:15am 26465 1 mo-5 yr Sa 10:30am-11:15am 26466 1 mo-5 yr Sa 11:30am-12:15pm 26467 1 mo-5 yr Su 9:30am-10:15am 26468 1 mo-5 yr Su 10:30am-11:15am 26469 1 mo-5 yr Su 11:30am-12:15pm 26470 1 mo-5 yr M 9:30am-10:15am 26471 1 mo-5 yr M 10:30am-11:15am *$65 material fee due at first class.

Apr 11-Jun 27 Apr 11-Jun 27 Apr 12-Jun 28 Apr 12-Jun 28 Apr 12-Jun 28 Apr 13-Jun 29 Apr 13-Jun 29 Apr 13-Jun 29 Apr 14-Jun 30 Apr 14-Jun 30

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

SFCC SFCC KASCC KASCC KASCC KASCC KASCC KASCC CVCC CVCC

ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff ESM Staff

$135/$100 sibling* $135/$100 sibling* $135/$100 sibling* $135/$100 sibling* $135/$100 sibling* $135/$100 sibling* $135/$100 sibling* $135/$100 sibling* $135/$100 sibling* $135/$100 sibling*

Fitness Toddler and Me Yoga Share the adventure of kids yoga with your child. Jump like frogs, stretch like cats and roar like lions. Become stronger, balance better, stretch, breathe, have lots of fun, and relax. This 45-minute immersive yoga class has something for everyone. Kids will enjoy playful yoga while their parent/caregiver benefits from some yoga (and play) for themselves. We’ll use our imaginations and hearts to practice yoga poses, breathing, gratitude, self-love and more. Great for strengthening muscles, improving balance, increasing self-confidence, and learning ways to calm and center the mind. No experience or skill necessary. Come to play, share, and learn! Please bring a favorite blanket for our final relaxation (savasana). Bring a mat if you like. Some mats will be provided. Each participant must be registered. 27066 2-7 yr

M

10:00am-10:45am

May 5-Jun 9

5

CVCC

Green

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$45/$25 sibling

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Preschool Age – Music/Dance/Fitness

We begin with the basic elements of ballet, tap and acrobatic dance including handstands, rolls and cartwheels. Advanced classes add floor routines. Advanced students must have 3 years of dance experience and are teacher placement only. No class 4/15-4/19, 5/10, 5/24-5/26. Beginning

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Preschool Age – Fitness/Gymnastics

Yoga Tots

20

Jump like frogs, stretch like cats, and roar like lions. Become stronger, balance better, stretch, breathe, have lots of fun, and relax a little too. Yoga Tots is 30 minutes of non-competitive, adventurous and immersive fun in a supportive and validating environment. We’ll use our bodies and imaginations to practice yoga asanas (poses), pranayama (breathing), gratitude, appreciation for each other and the world around us, and self-love! Great for strengthening muscles, improving balance, increasing self-confidence, and learning ways to calm and center the mind. No experience or skill necessary. Come to play, share, and learn! Please bring a favorite blanket for our final relaxation (savasana). Bring a mat if you like. Mats will be provided. 26373 3-5 yr 26374 3-5 yr

Th Th

4:00pm-4:30pm 4:00pm-4:30pm

Mar 20-Apr 24 May 8-Jun 5

5 5

KASCC KASCC

Green Green

$26 $26

Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff

$64 $64 $72 $64 $48

Gymnastics Small Fry Gymnastics Small Fry Gymnastics Parent Assist – This is fun time for parent and toddlers to play, socialize and try new skills. Our experienced staff will show you the proper techniques to spot your child as you lead them through basic gymnastics activities. The last 10 minutes is structured warm up and circle time. One adult per child. Siblings cannot be accommodated. No class 4/14, 4/17, 4/19, 5/24, 5/26. 25781 25783 25784 25782 25785

1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr 1½-3 yr

M M Th Sa Sa

6:30pm-7:10pm 9:15am-9:55am 10:55am-11:35am 9:00am-9:40am 9:30am-10:00am

Mar 24-Jun 2 Mar 24-Jun 2 Mar 27-Jun 5 Mar 29-Jun 7 Mar 29-Jun 7

9 9 10 9 9

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC SLCC

Beginning – Introduces boys and girls to tumbling and apparatus skills. We emphasize conditioning for strength, balance, and spatial awareness. Themes, music, and animal shapes help to motivate and foster cooperation, concentration, and social skills. No class 4/14-4/19, 5/24-5/26. 25766 25772 25773 25780 25767 25774 25768 25775 25769 25776 25779 25770 25771 25777 25778

3-4 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 3-4 yr 4-5 yr 3-4 yr 4-5 yr 3-4 yr 4-5 yr 5-6 yr 3-4 yr 3-4 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr

M M M M T T Th Th F F F Sa Sa Sa Sa

10:05am-10:30am 10:40am-11:20am 3:45pm-4:25pm 4:35pm-5:15pm 10:10am-10:35am 10:45am-11:25am 9:30am-9:55am 10:05am-10:45am 3:45pm-4:10pm 4:20pm-5:00pm 5:10pm-5:50pm 10:30am-10:55am 10:10am-10:40am 11:05am-11:45am 10:50am-11:20am

Mar 24-Jun 2 Mar 24-Jun 2 Mar 24-Jun 2 Mar 24-Jun 2 Mar 25-Jun 3 Mar 25-Jun 3 Mar 27-Jun 5 Mar 27-Jun 5 Mar 28-Jun 6 Mar 28-Jun 6 Mar 28-Jun 6 Mar 29-Jun 7 Mar 29-Jun 7 Mar 29-Jun 7 Mar 29-Jun 7

9 9 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 9 9 9 9

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC SLCC CVCC SLCC

Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff

$40 $64 $64 $64 $45 $72 $45 $72 $45 $72 $72 $40 $48 $64 $48

Intermediate/Advanced – Continue to build on the basic skills. Pre-requisite skills: gymnastics terminology, all rolls, teddybear, cartwheel and unassisted bars & high beam basics. Requires instructor’s approval to register. No class 4/14, 4/19, 5/24, 5/26. 25765 4-6 yr

T,Th

4:15pm-5:10pm

Mar 25-Jun 5

20 CVCC

Gymnastics Staff

$198

Tot and Me Movement Gymnastics This class is non-stop action. We will guide you and your toddler on a circuit of bars, beam and floor exercises on both scaled down and regular size gymnastics equipment in a fast-paced, exciting environment. Skills differ each week and toddlers can experience at their own pace. Class starts with directed circle time. Help your child improve coordination and balance, develop body awareness and most of all, have FUN! One adult per child. Siblings cannot be accommodated. No classes 4/14, 4/19, 5/24, 5/26. 25786 25789 25787 25788

2-3½ yr 2-3½ yr 2-3½ yr 2-3½ yr

M T F Sa

11:30am-12:00pm 9:30am-10:00am 6:00pm-6:30pm 9:50am-10:20am

Mar 24-Jun 2 Mar 25-Jun 3 Mar 28-Jun 6 Mar 29-Jun 7

9 10 10 9

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff Gymnastics Staff

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$48 $54 $54 $48


Preschool Programs Toddler and Me

Toddler and Me – Ages 2-3 yr San Lorenzo Community Center, 1970 Via Buena Vista Instructor: Ms. Sue Mc Garry 25981 T/Th 12:30pm-2:00pm Mar 25-Jun 5 22 $198

Pre-K-Learn and Play These specialized preschool programs are activity-oriented programs that foster social, physical, and intellectual development as well as promote health and wellness through quality recreational and educational experiences. Your child will develop both basic social, developmental, and educational skills in an ideal environment for them to learn and grow. The learning curriculum focuses on language, socialization, creativity, art, music, imagination, life skills, and motor skills. Prerequisites: Child must have reached minimum age by first day of class and must be toilet trained. Parent Responsibilities: Each parent or guardian is required to assist two or three times during the session and will be asked to provide a snack or drinks. Attend a Parent Only Back to School Night so you can learn about the program, fill out all needed forms, meet the instructor and ask important questions.

Pre-K Programs – Ages: 3½-5 yr

Kenneth Aitken Community Center, 17800 Redwood Road Instructor: Ms. Lorrie McCoin 25986 M/W 8:30am-11:30am Mar 31-Jun 11 21 $294 25987 M/W 12:00pm-3:00pm Mar 31-Jun 11 21 $294 25988 T/Th 8:30am-11:30pm Apr 1-Jun 12 22 $308

Castro Valley Community Center, 18988 Lake Chabot Road Instructor: Ms. Karen Crane 25983 M/W 9:00am-12:00pm Apr 7-Jun 11 19 $266 25984 T/Th 9:00am-12:00pm Apr 8-Jun 12 20 $280 25985 T/Th 12:30pm-3:30pm Apr 8-Jun 12 20 $280 Monday/Wednesday curriculum repeats on Tuesday/Thursday.

Castro Valley

Castro Valley

Hayward Southgate Community Center, 26780 Chiplay Ms. Eileen Luna 25989 M/W 9:00am-12:00pm Mar 31-Jun 11 25990 T/Th 9:00am-12:00pm Apr 1-Jun 12 25991 T/Th 12:30pm-3:30pm Apr 1-Jun 12 Weekes Community Center, 27182 Patrick Ms. Barbara Haysom 25992 M/W 9:00am-12:00pm Mar 31-Jun 11 25993 M/W 12:30pm-3:30pm Mar 31-Jun 11 25994 T/Th 9:00am-12:00pm Apr 1-Jun 12

Hayward Fairview Hill Preschool, 2841 Romagnolo Avenue Instructor: Ms. Mary Feria 25997 T/W/Th 8:30am-11:30am Apr 8-Apr 30 $240/mo* 25998 T/W/Th 12:00pm-3:00pm Apr 8-Apr 30 $240/mo* 25999 T/W/Th 8:30am-11:30am May 1-May 29 $240/mo* 26000 T/W/Th 12:00pm-3:00pm May 1-May 29 $240/mo* 26001 T/W/Th 8:30am-11:30am Jun 3-Jun 12 $135/mo* 26002 T/W/Th 12:00pm-3:00pm Jun 3-Jun 12 $135/mo* *Monthly fees are due on the 20th of the prior month. For example: April fees are due on March 20.

21 $294 22 $308 22 $308 21 $294 21 $294 22 $308

San Lorenzo San Lorenzo Community Center, 1970 Via Buena Vista Instructor: Ms. Sue Mc Garry 25995 M/W 9:00am-12:00pm Mar 24-Jun 4 21 $294 25996 T/Th 9:00am-12:00pm Mar 25-Jun 5 22 $308

Pre-K at Ashland

Grant Funded by First Five Alameda County, this program is targeted toward Spanish speaking children living in the Ashland or Cherryland area. It will be a bilingual program in both English and Spanish. Daily parent participation is required. Please contact Cody George at (510) 881-6700. Esta Beca es finandiada por la Agencia del Condado de Alameda First Five. El programa es para niños de habla hispana, que viven en el área de Ashland y Cherryland. Es un programa bilingüe en inglés y en español. Se require la participación diaria de los padres. Para más información lláme a la oficina del distrito al (510) 881-6700. M/W T/Th

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm

Mar 10-Apr 30 Mar 11-May 1

16 16

ACC ACC

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

Pre-K Instructor Pre-K Instructor

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Pre-K Programs – Ages 3-5 yr

Preschool Age – Pre-K Programs

Parent and child attend their first preschool class together and are introduced to the preschool schedule. The class encourages your child to be creative with art projects and includes an interactive playtime. Parents enjoy being with their child as they experience circle times, movement and art as well as time to play outside on the playground and have a snack.

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Preschool – Martial Arts/Special Interest/Sports

Martial Arts Olympic Taekwondo Taekwondo is a Korean martial art that has evolved by combining many different styles such as the linear movements of Karate, the flowing, circular patterns of Kung-fu, native kicking techniques along with influences from Judo and Kung-fu. Your child will learn the values of confidence, friendship, self-awareness, respect and dedication in a fun, educational and motivating environment. Uniforms are available for purchase for $30. Tiny Dragons 26627 3-4 yr

W

4:00pm-4:30pm

Apr 9-Jun 11

10

SFCC

Gothard

$110

W

4:35pm-5:15pm

Apr 9-Jun 11

10

SFCC

Gothard

$110

Little Dragons 26628 5-7 yr

Special Interest Sharing Spanish Together Share with your child the wonderful experience of learning the Spanish language through music, puppets, books and much more! This class combines entertainment and learning in a natural and comfortable setting. We will cover themes such as greetings, colors, numbers, etc. Taught by a native speaker. No class on 4/15. 26024 2-5 yr 26025 2-5 yr

T T

10:30am-11:00am 11:15am-11:45am

Mar 18-Apr 29 Apr 29-Jun 10

6 6

SFCC SFCC

Thompson Thompson

$70 $70

Sports

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This soccer “school” is a recreational setting for children to learn and play soccer and includes: skill demonstrations, fun games, and instructional scrimmages in a safe, non-competitive environment using the “Kidz Love Soccer” method. Mommy, Daddy and Me Soccer 26729 2-3½ yr 26730 2-3½ yr 26742 2-3½ yr

T W Sa

6:00pm-6:30pm 9:30am-10:00am 3:00pm-3:30pm

Apr 8-May 27 Apr 9-May 28 Apr 12-Jun 7

8 8 8

KP PALHP SSVP

KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff

$102 $102 $102

T W W T Sa

10:15am-10:40am 10:45am-11:15am 5:50pm-6:20pm 5:15pm-5:50pm 3:40pm-4:15pm

Apr 8-May 27 Apr 9-May 28 Apr 9-May 28 Apr 8-May 27 Apr 12-Jun 7

8 8 8 8 8

KP PALHP PALHP KP SSVP

KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff

$102 $102 $102 $102 $102

W W W

3:10pm-3:45pm 10:10am-10:45am 5:15pm-5:50pm

Apr 9-May 28 Apr 9-May 28 Apr 9-May 28

8 8 8

PALHP PALHP PALHP

KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff

$102 $102 $102

T W Sa

4:30pm-5:15pm 3:45pm-4:30pm 4:15pm-5:00pm

Apr 8-May 27 Apr 9-May 28 Apr 12-Jun 7

8 8 8

KP PALHP SSVP

KLS Staff KLS Staff KLS Staff

$102 $102 $102

Tot Soccer 26735 26736 26737 26731 26741

3½-5yr 3½-4 yr 3½-4 yr 3½-5 yr 3½-5 yr

Pre-Soccer 26732 4-5 yr 26733 4-5 yr 26734 4-5 yr

Soccer 1 26738 5-6 yr 26739 5-6 yr 26740 5-6 yr

Make Me A Pro Sports Through the use of sports training and education, Make Me a Pro Sports strives to instill a positive attitude within children that carries over the every aspect of their life. We offer fun and educational sports camps and classes that are taught by successful players and coaches who are specialists in each of the sports we offer. Parents and Tots 26844 2½-4 yr 26846 2½-4 yr

Sa M

9:00am-9:30am 5:15pm-5:45pm

Apr 19-May 24 Apr 14-May 19

6 6

PALHP PALHP

MMP Staff MMP Staff

$78 $78

9:35am-10:20am 3:00pm-3:45pm

Apr 19-May 24 Apr 14-May 19

6 6

PALHP PALHP

MMP Staff MMP Staff

$78 $78

Pee Wee Soccer 26843 4-5 yr 26845 4-5 yr

Sa M

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.


Wee Hoop

26606 1½-3 yr 26607 1½-3 yr

Sa Sa

9:00am-9:35am 9:00am-9:35am

Mar 29-Apr 26 May 10-Jun 7

5 5

STONE STONE

Wee Hoop Staff Wee Hoop Staff

$60 $60

Ballers – The parent interactive class develops gross motor skills and coordination pertinent to the game of basketball. Repetition will enable children to build their confidence level so that parent participation lessens over time. Activities include organized games that help children to develop listening skills and learn to follow directions. 26614 26615 26608 26609

5-6 yr 5-6 yr 5-6 yr 5-6 yr

W W Sa Sa

6:50pm-7:35pm 6:50pm-7:35pm 11:20am-12:20pm 11:20am-12:20pm

Mar 26-Apr 23 May 7-Jun 4 Mar 29-Apr 26 May 10-Jun 7

5 5 5 5

STONE STONE STONE STONE

Wee Hoop Staff Wee Hoop Staff Wee Hoop Staff Wee Hoop Staff

$65 $65 $65 $65

Jump Shooters – At this level children are introduced to basketball skills based upon their increased coordination. Parents are encouraged to take on a supportive role with high-fives and praise from the sideline. 26610 3-4 yr 26611 3-4 yr

Sa Sa

9:40am-10:25pm 9:40am-10:25pm

Mar 29-Apr 26 May 10-Jun 7

5 5

STONE STONE

Wee Hoop Staff Wee Hoop Staff

$60 $60

Hot Shots – This class places more of an emphasis on developing basketball skills, one-on-one drills, and learning basic rules of the game. The activities in this class will encourage teamwork and new friendships. 26612 26613 26616 26617

4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr 4-5 yr

Sa Sa W W

10:30am-11:15pm 10:30am-11:15pm 6:00am-6:45pm 6:00am-6:45pm

Mar 29-Apr 26 May 10-Jun 7 Mar 26-Apr 23 May 7-Jun 4

5 5 5 5

STONE STONE STONE STONE

Wee Hoop Staff Wee Hoop Staff Wee Hoop Staff Wee Hoop Staff

Preschool Age – Sports/Tennis

Wee Hoop focuses on fun and learning through the game of basketball. Infants and toddlers can participate in age specific games/activities that will build motor skills and self-esteem. Dribblers – The parent-child class focuses on gross motor skills like throwing and making baskets on a 2½ foot hoop. It involves lots of repetition so that children can experience sheer joy of mastering a skill. Activities include catching bubbles, parachute games, and singing.

$60 $60 $60 $60

Li’l All Stars Baseball

26970 4½-6 yr

Sa

11:20am-12:10pm

Mar 29-May 17

6

BURB

Chan

$88

Rookies Beginner Class – A motivating and non-competitive environment to introduce hitting, throwing, catching, fielding, base-running and basic baseball rules. This fun class will focus on the basic baseball fundamentals and involve a lot of repetition. Parent assistance is encouraged. No class 4/12, 4/19. 26971 3-6 yr

Sa

10:20am-11:05pm

Mar 29-May 17

6

BURB

Chan

$78

Savich Hill Savich

$90 $90 $90

Tennis Little Buddies A great program especially designed for 4-6 years old. The class will provide the children with simple basic coordination skills, racket swinging, footwork, as well as tennis games. Wear tennis shoes and bring a small tennis racket and a new can of balls to first class. 26590 4-6 yr 26586 4-6 yr 26588 4-6 yr

W Sa Su

5:30pm-6:15pm 11:15am-12:00pm 3:15pm-4:00pm

Mar 26-May 28 Mar 22-May 31 Mar 23-Jun 1

11 11 11

CVTC CVTC CVTC

Euro School of Tennis Mommy/Daddy and Me: All Levels – As you and your child participate in our fun age appropriate activities, your child will be developing their motor and socialization skills. A variety of activities designed around the game of tennis will be played each week. Wear tennis shoes and bring a tennis racquet. For more information, check out www.euroschooloftennis.com. For classes not meeting minimum enrollment, adjustments or combinations of classes will be made. 26972 2½-4 yr 26973 2½-4 yr

Sa M

6:00pm-6:30pm 5:15pm-5:45pm

Mar 15-May 17 Mar 17-May 19

10 10

Stonybrook CVCC

Euro Staff Euro Staff

$115 $115

Pee-Wee Tennis: All Levels – Our Pee Wee Program introduces children between 4 and 5 to the game of tennis. Hand-eye coordination, strokes, movement drills and games will be learned in a fun-filled way. Wear tennis shoes and bring a tennis racquet. For classes not meeting minimum enrollment, adjustments or combinations of classes will be made. 27002 4-5 yr 27003 4-5 yr

Sa M

5:15pm-6:00pm 3:30pm-4:15pm

Mar 15-May 17 Mar 17-May 19

10 10

Stonybrook CVCC

Euro Staff Euro Staff

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$115 $115

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Sluggers – This fun and motivating class will emphasize the continued development of baseball skills (hitting, throwing, catching, fielding and base running), proper technique as well as the basic rules. Teamwork, and team dynamics are encouraged. Some prior baseball experience is recommended. No class 4/12, 4/19.

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School Age – After School/Art

School Age

Ages 7-12 Years

See pages 8-11 for Spring and Summer Camps!

After School Programs MJCC After School The Matt Jimenez Community Center offers exhilarating programs for youth ages 6-17 to enjoy. The center offers a safe and fun environment where youth can develop positive social skills, express creative interests, and obtain much needed physical exercise. This supervised drop-in recreation program includes activities such as: arts and crafts, computer games, video games, board games, a homework club, sports, pool and ping pong tables, and optional fieldtrips. Complete registration includes a parent/guardian waiver available at the center during regular program times. The Matt Jimenez Community Center is a facility jointly operated by our District and the City of Hayward. Part of the funding for the building is secured through Federal funds and tax (1040 or 540) information is required. 23401 6-17 yr

M/Tu/Th/F W

3:00pm-6:00pm 1:00pm-6:00pm

Aug 26, 2013-Jun 13, 2014

42

MJCC

Staff

$65

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MJCC Extended Care

24

Parents need a Friday evening alone? Well, bring the kids to the Matt Jimenez Community Center so they can get an opportunity to release some energy in a secure, fun, and friendly atmosphere. Develop social skills and gain self-esteem through participation by playing the latest video games including Nintendo Wii, Microsoft XBOX 360, and PlayStation 3. 6-12 yr

F

6:00pm-8:30pm

Mar 21, 28 Apr 4, 11, 18, 25 May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Jun, 6, 13, 20, 27

MJCC

Staff

$5 drop-in

Youth Activity Zone (Y.A.Z.) This exceptional after school program engages children in activities designed to promote and build life skills, self expression, leadership and team-building. Our supervised drop-in program offers daily activities including fitness, nutrition, outdoor/indoor games, homework help, art, and educational games. Registration packet must be completed prior to starting the program. Registration packet must be completed before starting program. 26896 6-12 yr

M-F

3:00pm-6:30pm

Mar 10-Jun 13

ACC

Staff

$40

Art Art of All Kinds Give your child the opportunity to explore and experiment in different art media such as playdough, collage sculpture, paint and drawing in this self-directed art class. Parents participation is optional. Please wear clothes that can get messy and bring a box to take your art home in. 26360 3-6 yr F 26358 3-8 yr F 26359 4-10 yr F 26361 6-10 yr F *$15 supply fee due at first class.

11:00am-12:00pm 12:30pm-1:30pm 2:30pm-3:30pm 4:00pm-5:00pm

Mar 21-Apr 25 Mar 21-Apr 25 Mar 21-Apr 25 Mar 21-Apr 25

6 6 6 6

ADOBE ADOBE ADOBE ADOBE

Egan Egan Egan Egan

$66* $66* $66* $66*

Jacob Lawrence Painters’ Studio This studio class is like no other. Learn to use your natural talent to practice painting while learning related art techniques and developing a personal style of expression. Focus areas include color theory, composition, perspective and subject. Please wear clothes they can get messy in. We will be using acrylic paints. 26299 6-13 yr Th 3:30pm-5:00pm 26298 6-13 yr Sa 9:00am-10:30am *$30 supply fee due at first class.

Mar 20-Jun 5 Mar 22-Jun 7

12 12

ADOBE ADOBE

McPherson McPherson

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$130* $130*


Drawers’ Studio In the Studio students will develop drawing skills though observations and practices. Student’s will be able to learn to use pencil, graphite, charcoal and ink, utilizing different techniques: thin to thick lines, linear, texture, dry or wet brush or tones of ink washes. Class will be fun for all! Mar 18-Jun 3 Mar 22-Jun 7

12 12

ADOBE ADOBE

McPherson McPherson

$125* $125*

Little Architects This hands-on, fun, creative class teaches young students to use their eyes, hands, ideas and art tools to build forms, shapes and structures with a mix of materials including wood, foam, cardboard, sugar cubes, toothpicks and fabric. The studio is about learning visually and technically. No class 5/26. 26365 5-7 yr M 3:30pm-5:00pm *$30 supply fee due at first class.

Mar 17-Jun 2

11

ADOBE

McPherson

$125*

Architectural Design Students will create diverse architectural forms, which may include buildings/cityscape structures and abstract forms with recyclable and eco-friendly materials along with exploring the use of art tools. While building their structures, participants will also build their knowledge and insights on composition of form, design and function. This is a hands on class for those who want to be creative and have a lot of fun. 26366 7-12 yr F 3:30pm-5:00pm *$30 material fee due at first class.

Mar 21-Jun 6

12

ADOBE

McPherson

$130*

Art History for the Young – Part 1

School Age – Art/Dance/Music

26296 7-12 yr T 3:30pm-4:30pm 26297 7-12 yr Sa 11:00am-12:00pm *$30 material fee due at first class.

Study the history of painting from early cave paintings to Vincent Van Gogh. Create a piece of art each class meeting inspired by a specific artist or time period. 26968 5-7 yr Th 4:00pm-5:00pm *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Apr 24-May 29

6

ADOBE

McGough

$65*

Animation Creators: Intro to Digital Animation

26579 8-13 yr

M

3:15pm-4:30pm

Mar 24-May 19

8

SFCC

Freshi Film

$110

SFCC

Freshi Film

$110

Digital Filmmaking: Script to Premiere Learn the secrets of filmmaking in a fun, relaxed and engaging atmosphere. Using handheld video cameras and editing software produce an original film, integrating simple special effects, sound effects and a musical score. Learn about the entire filmmaking process including skills in production, directing, story development, acting and more! All final projects are posted on the Freshi website at www.freshiacademy.com or can be downloaded on a personal thumb drive. All items created are original and the copyrights belong to the creative teams or individual. No class 4/17. 26593 7-12 yr

Th

3:15pm-4:30pm

Apr 3-May 29

8

Ceramics A safe and fun studio environment for children to develop hand skills and learn to trust their own artistic judgment while making expressive pottery or sculpture. These classes give you a chance to share in your child’s talent. Fees include glazes and firing. No class 4/12, 5/3. Beginning Wheel 26362 9-17 yr

Sa

11:00am-12:30pm

Mar 22-May 10

6

ADOBE

Egan

$90*

Mar 22-May 10

6

ADOBE

Egan

$108/$80 sibling*

Parent/Child Hand and Wheel 26363 5-17 yr Sa 9:00am-10:30am *$15 supply fee per person due at first class.

Dance and Music Pre Ballet and Tap These classes are for dancers with no experience. Lean musical patterns, creative dance and basic dance skills. Simple exercises will be used to increase coordination and flexibility. No class 3/24, 4/15-4/19. 26136 3-6 yr 26138 3-6 yr 26144 4-7 yr

T W Sa

5:30pm-6:15pm 4:00pm-4:45pm 10:30am-11:15am

Mar 18-May 13 Mar 19-May 14 Mar 22-May 17

8 8 8

SFCC SFCC SFCC

CVPA Staff CVPA Staff CVPA Staff

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$68 $68 $68

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Animators learn skills that help with computer drawing, character creation and movement, voiceover work and character interaction and speech. In small groups of two or three, students focus on learning introductory computer animation techniques and will create original characters and short animated stories. No class 4/14.

25


Ballet and Tap Dancers will learn basic ballet positions and terminology then focus on tap steps and dance. 26133 6-10 yr 26134 7-12 yr

W Sa

4:45pm-5:30pm 12:15pm-1:15pm

Mar 19-May 14 Mar 22-May 17

8 8

SFCC SFCC

CVPA Staff CVPA Staff

$68 $70

School Age – Dance/Music

Ballet Dance Basic ballet alignment, positions and steps. Gain jumping, balancing and turning skills while increasing your flexibility. Ballet is the basis of all other dance forms. No class 4/14, 4/17, 5/26. 26631 5-7 yr 26648 8-12 yr

Th M

4:15pm-5:00pm 6:00pm-6:55pm

Mar 20-May 29 Mar 17-Jun 2

10 10

WPCC WPCC

Freitas Freitas

$100 $100

Combination and Acrobatic Dance We begin with the basic elements of ballet, tap and acrobatic dance including handstands, rolls and cartwheels. Advanced classes add floor routines. Advanced students must have 3 years of dance experience and are teacher placement only. 4/15-4/19, 5/10, 5/24-5/26. Beginning 26371 26346 26347 26348

4-6 yr 4-6 yr 4-6 yr 4-7 yr

W F Sa Sa

4:45pm-5:35pm 5:30pm-6:35pm 10:30am-11:25am 11:30am-12:25pm

Mar 26-Jun 4 Mar 28-Jun 6 Mar 29-Jun 7 Mar 29-Jun 7

10 10 8 8

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Primmer Primmer Primmer Primmer

$110 $110 $88 $88

Mar 28-Jun 6 Mar 29-Jun 7

10 9

CVCC CVCC

Primmer Primmer

$92 $83

Mamone

$75

Advanced (Teacher placement only) 26349 6-8 yr 26350 6-8 yr

F Sa

4:30pm-5:25pm 1:30pm-2:25pm

Tap Technique Learn the basics of tap along with combination steps and small routines. 26960 9-15 yr

M

6:30pm-7:15pm

Mar 17-Jun 2

10

SFCC

Contemporary Jazz

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This fun new class mixes Jazz, Hip Hop Modern and Ballet dance styles. Come get your groove on! No class 4/14, 4/16, 5/26.

26

26999 5-7 yr 27000 8-12 yr 27001 7-11 yr

W W M

5:30pm-6:25pm 6:30pm-7:25pm 4:00pm-4:55pm

Mar 19-May 28 Mar 19-May 28 Mar 17-Jun 2

10 10 10

WPCC WPCC WPCC

Freitas Freitas Freitas

$100 $100 $100

Jazz Dance Jazz is attitude. Jazz is fierce. These exciting classes teach jazz technique, rhythm and stage presence. Combine all you learn into a routine to show your family and friends at the end of the session. No class 4/15. 27376 5-7 yr 27377 8-12 yr

T T

6:00pm-6:55pm 5:00pm-5:55pm

Mar 18-May 27 Mar 18-May 27

10 10

SFCC SFCC

Freitas Freitas

$100 $100

Jazz and Tap Dance A combination of tap technique and jazz basics with an emphasis on modern steps to contemporary music. 26378 4-8 yr

W

6:30pm-7:25pm

Mar 19-May 28

10

SFCC

Mamone

$92

Urban Dance Urban, contemporary dance is a mixture of hip-hop, modern and jazz styles. In this exciting course, students will not only be able to learn basic dance technique but be able to put their own personality and individualism into the steps. Self-confidence, attitude, as well as teamwork will be stressed as the students and teacher work together to create a piece to show parents at the end of the session. 26633 8-12 yr

Th

6:05pm-7:00pm

Mar 20-May 29

10

WPCC

Freitas

$100

Dance Workshops Continuing dance instruction in ballet, tap and acrobatics. Intermediate class will be introduced to pointe. Students learn more advanced routines in tap, ballet and acrobatic dance. Knowledge of dance terminology necessary. Must have a minimum of 4 years continued dance training. Teacher placement only. No class 4/14-4/19, 5/245/26. Junior Workshop 26369 9-14 yr 26370 9-12 yr

T/Th Sa

4:45pm-5:40pm 2:30pm-3:25pm

Mar 25-Jun 5 Mar 29-Jun 7

20 CVCC 9 CVCC

Primmer Primmer

$145 $83

Beginning/Intermediate 26354 13-15 yr

Sa

3:30pm-4:25pm

Mar 29-Jun 7

9

CVCC

Primmer

$83

T/Th

3:50pm-4:45pm

Mar 25-Jun 5

20 CVCC

Primmer

$145

Sa

4:30pm-5:25pm

Mar 29-Jun 7

9

Primmer

$83

Intermediate 26356 13-18 yr

PAWS 26355 14-18 yr

CVCC

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.


Hip Hop Dance Do you want to dance like your favorite hip hop stars? Learn this fun, street-style of dance. You will gain rhythm and confidence while learning controlled, isolated movements and short routines to the latest music. All music and movement is age appropriate. No class 4/14-4/19, 5/26. 4-7 yr 7-11 yr 4-6 yr 6-10 yr 10-14 yr 5-11 yr 7-12 yr 4-7 yr

M M T W W Th Sa S

4:30pm-5:15pm 5:15pm-6:15pm 4:45pm-5:30pm 5:30pm-6:15pm 7:30pm-8:15pm 5:05pm-6:00pm 11:15am-12:15pm 9:45am-10:30am

Mar 17-May 12 Mar 17-May 12 Mar 18-May 13 Mar 19-May 14 Mar 19-May 28 Mar 20-May 29 Mar 22-May 17 Mar 22-May 17

8 8 8 8 10 10 8 8

CVCC CVCC SFCC SFCC SFCC WPCC SFCC SFCC

CVPA Staff CVPA Staff CVPA Staff CVPA Staff Mamone Freitas CVPA Staff CVPA Staff

$70 $73 $68 $68 $75 $100 $70 $68

Dance Competition – Tap and Jazz Take your dancing to the next level by competing. Build camaraderie, team-spirit, commitment and your love for dance. You must have at least 3 years of dance experience and instructor approval to register. Classes focus on teamwork, intense dance training and competition. Summer starts the season focusing on technique and training. Fall and winter quarters are spent learning and perfecting routines. Spring quarter (March-June) is competition season. Competitions are held on weekends and require an additional commitment of time and money for entrance fees, costumes and travel. 26375 10-12 yr

M

7:30pm-9:15pm

Mar 17-Jun 2

11

SFCC

Mamone

School Age – Dance/Music

26124 26130 26125 26127 26128 26131 26129 26126

$173

Guitar and Ukulele Lessons Guitar Beginning 1 – Get started by learning fundamental music reading skills, strumming technique, notes and chords. All the basics covered including starting to play simple songs. Bring your guitar or ukulele to class or you may purchase at the class. . 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr

Sa W Sa W Sa W

10:00am-10:30am 5:00pm-5:30pm 10:00am-10:30am 5:00pm-5:30pm 10:00am-10:30am 5:00pm-5:30pm

Mar 22-Apr 12 Mar 19-Apr 9 Apr 19-May 10 Apr 16-May 7 May 17-Jun 7 May 14-Jun 4

4 4 4 4 4 4

Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot

Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff

$75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75

Guitar Beginning 2 – Build on your basic skills and progress to play more complex songs with other musicians. Use improvisation and stage skills to express yourself musically. Please bring your guitar or ukulele to class. 26636 8-14 yr 26638 8-14 yr 26966 8-14 yr

Sa Sa Sa

10:30am-11:00am 10:30am-11:00am 10:30am-11:00am

Mar 22-Apr 12 Apr 19-May 10 May 17-Jun 7

4 4 4

Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot

Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff

$75 $75 $75

9:30am-10:00am 9:30am-10:00am 9:30am-10:00am

Mar 22-Apr 12 Apr 19-May 10 May 17-Jun 7

4 4 4

Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot

Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff

$75 $75 $75

Ukulele Beginning 1 26641 8-14 yr 26642 8-14 yr 26967 8-14 yr

Sa Sa Sa

Drumming Beginning 1 – Learn snare and bass drum technique, fundamental music reading skills and rhythm work to get you started playing with a solid drumming foundation. Bring drum sticks to class or you may purchase at the class. 26594 26601 26602 26600 26596 26961

8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr

T Th T Th T Th

5:00pm-5:30pm 5:00pm-5:30pm 5:00pm-5:30pm 5:00pm-5:30pm 5:00pm-5:30pm 5:00pm-5:30pm

Mar 18-Apr 8 Mar 20-Apr 10 Apr 15-May 6 Apr 17-May 8 May 13-Jun 3 May 15-Jun 5

4 4 4 4 4 4

Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot

Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff

$75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75

Beginning 2 – Build on basic drum skills and progress towards playing songs with other musicians. Use improvisation and stage skills to express yourself musically. Bring a folder for your lesson materials. Please bring a pair of drum sticks or you can purchase drum sticks at the lesson. 26595 26598 26597 26599 26962 26963

8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr 8-14 yr

T Th T Th T Th

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

Mar 18-Apr 8 Mar 20-Apr 10 Apr 15-May 6 Apr 17-May 8 May 13-Jun 3 May 15-Jun 5

4 4 4 4 4 4

Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot Music Depot

Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff Music Depot Staff

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75

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26639 26635 26640 26637 26965 26964

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School Age – Fitness/Gymnastics/Martial Arts

Fitness Yoga for Kids Jump like frogs, stretch like cats, and roar like lions. Become stronger, balance better, stretch, breathe, have lots of fun, and relax a little too. Yoga for Kids is 45 minutes of non-competitive, adventurous and immersive fun in a supportive and validating environment. We’ll use our bodies and imaginations to practice yoga asanas (poses), pranayama (breathing), meditation, gratitude, appreciation for each other and the world around us, and selflove! Kids will learn the difference between engaging as a group and going “inside” to connect with their inner self. Great for strengthening muscles, improving balance, increasing self-confidence, and learning ways to calm and center the mind. No experience or skill necessary. Come to play, share, and learn! Please bring a favorite blanket for our final relaxation (savasana). Bring a mat if you like. Mats will be provided. 26376 6-10 yr 26377 6-10 yr

Th Th

4:40pm-5:25pm 4:40pm-5:25pm

Mar 20-Apr 24 May 8-Jun 5

5 5

KASCC KASCC

Green Green

$35 $35

Gymnastics Boys and Girls Gymnastics Parents are requested to attend the first class for orientation. Please wear soft, comfortable clothing (T-shirt and shorts). No jeans or shoes allowed in the gym. Placement and advancement cards will be issued at the end of every session. Parents and siblings must wait outside the gym. No class 4/14-4/19, 5/24-5/26. Beginner Boys and Girls – This entry level class covers basic skills in floor exercise, uneven bars, balance beam and vault. General conditioning and strength exercises are emphasized. Girls Beginner 25753 25763 25764 25755 25756

6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr 6-10 yr

M W W F Sa

5:25pm-6:20pm 4:45pm-5:40pm 3:45pm-4:40pm 6:40pm-7:35pm 1:00pm-1:55pm

Mar 24-Jun 2 Mar 26-Jun 4 Mar 26-Jun 4 Mar 28-Jun 6 Mar 29-Jun 7

9 10 10 10 9

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC

Gymnastic Staff Gymnastic Staff Gymnastic Staff Gymnastic Staff Gymnastic Staff

$89 $99 $99 $99 $89

Sa

2:00pm-2:55pm

Mar 29-Jun 7

9

CVCC

Gymnastic Staff

$89

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Boys Beginner

28

25757 6-10 yr

Advanced Beginner Girls – Must have completed at least two sessions of beginner and receive instructor approval. 25754 6-10 yr 25762 6-10 yr

W W

5:45pm-6:40pm 6:45pm-7:40pm

Mar 26-Jun 4 Mar 26-Jun 4

10 11

CVCC CVCC

Gymnastic Staff Gymnastic Staff

$99 $99

Intermediate Girls – Must complete the beginner level and be given an advancement card or have instructor approval. Prerequisite skills: all rolls, handstand, cartwheel, bridge, unassisted high beam basics and unassisted pullover on bars. 25758 6-10 yr 25759 6-10 yr

T/Th Sa

5:15pm-6:10pm 12:00pm-12:55pm

Mar 25-Jun 5 Mar 29-Jun 7

20 CVCC 9 CVCC

Gymnastic Staff Gymnastic Staff

$198 $89

Advanced – Students must complete beginner and intermediate levels and be given an advancement card or have instructor approval. 25760 6-10 yr 25761 6-10 yr

T/Th Sa

6:15pm-7:10pm 12:00pm-12:55pm

Mar 25-Jun 5 Mar 29-Jun 7

20 CVCC 9 CVCC

Gymnastic Staff Gymnastic Staff

$198 $89

Martial Arts Kidsafe Martial Arts This program provides your child the opportunity to gain skills and knowledge that may be used to protect themselves and enhance their self-esteem. At the end of each session students will be tested and advanced appropriately ($7 advancement fee). Parent orientation at the first class meeting. There will be uniforms and other equipment available for purchase from the instructor. (All items are optional.) New Students 26621 5-11 yr 26622 5-11 yr

M W

4:30pm-5:10pm 5:15pm-5:55pm

Apr 7-Jun 9 Apr 9-Jun 11

10 10

SLCC SGCC

Kidsafe Staff Kidsafe Staff

$80 $80

M W

5:15pm-5:55pm 6:00pm-6:40pm

Apr 7-Jun 9 Apr 9-Jun 11

10 10

SLCC SGCC

Kidsafe Staff Kidsafe Staff

$80 $80

M W

6:00pm-6:40pm 6:45pm-7:25pm

Apr 7-Jun 9 Apr 9-Jun 11

10 10

SLCC SGCC

Kidsafe Staff Kidsafe Staff

$80 $80

Apr 9-Jun 11

10

SFCC

Gabriel

$110

Yellow Belt 26623 5-13 yr 26624 5-13 yr

Orange Belts 26625 7-13 yr 26626 7-13 yr

Olympic Style Taewondo – Dragons 26629 12 yr

W

5:20pm-6:00pm

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.


Gung-Fu is a total concept of mind, body and action where the body is used as a vehicle to train and develop the facilities of the mind. The basic principles of Gung-Fu are health, general ideas of self-defense and the art of movement. Beginners start with basic stance and forms of the Sil-Lum and Black Tiger styles. Advanced students continue training and learn forms from the Tiger-Claw, Sai-Pai and Tai-Chi and Gung-Fu weapon forms. Studentsare graded on a belt/knowledge system. Beginning 26450 7 yr +

M/W

6:00pm-7:30pm

Mar 31-Jun 11

22 WPCC

Martinez

$70

Mar 31-Jun 11

22 WPCC

Martinez

$70

Intermediate/Advanced 26449 7 yr +

M/W

7:30pm-9:00pm

Special Interest Spanish for Kids We use the Spanish-only immersion method so kids can learn Spanish while participating in fun, effective and educational activities. Circle-time, singing, and reading stories are just the beginning. We introduce a new theme each week such as greetings, numbers, colors, days of the week and more in a natural and comfortable setting. Taught by an experienced native speaker, children will love the Spanish language and gain the ability to apply what they learn with confidence. 26022 5-8 yr W 4:30pm-5:30pm *$15 materials fee due at first class.

Apr 2-Jun 4

10

CVCC

Thompson

$120*

Exploring Your Voice Creative Writing Creative writing of stories and affirmation poetry builds and strengthens imagination and self esteem. Includes the fundamentals of story writing and a variety of writing techniques and exercises to kick start imaginations. Class culminates in an “Open Mic” performance session. No class 4/17. 26026 8-11 yr

Th

4:30pm-5:30pm

Mar 20-May 15

8

CVCC

Mayo

$149

Make Me A Pro Sports Through the use of sports training and education, Make Me a Pro Sports strives to instill a positive attitude within children that carries over the every aspect of their life. We offer fun and educational sports camps and classes that are taught by successful players and coaches who are specialists in each of the sports we offer. Make Me a Pro’s philosophy is “To play like a Pro, learn from a Pro.” Does this mean we only teach advanced players? No, not at all! Our goal is to hire the most talented coaches, many with professional playing experience, who express their joy of the sport and enable kids to be the best they can be, regardless of skill level. Flag Football Sa Sa

1:45pm-2:30pm 2:30pm-3:15pm

Apr 19-May 24 Apr 19-May 24

6 6

PALHP PALHP

MMP Staff MMP Staff

$78 $78

M Sa

3:30pm-4:15pm 10:25am-11:10am

Apr21-May26 Apr 19-May 24

6 6

PALHP PALHP

MMP Staff MMP Staff

$78 $78

Sa M

11:15am-12:00pm 4:20pm-5:05pm

Apr 19-May 24 Apr 21-May 26

6 6

PALHP PALHP

MMP Staff MMP Staff

$78 $78

Sa

1:00pm-1:45pm

Apr 19-May 24

6

PALHP

MMP Staff

$78

Soccer Magic 26874 5-7 yr 26869 5-7 yr

Soccer Technique 26870 8-12 yr 26878 8-12 yr

T-Ball 26872 5-8 yr

Youth Flag Football The Friday Night Lights Youth Flag Football Program will focus on teamwork and sportsmanship while participants learn the fundamental football skills, including passing, catching and play execution. Player positions are rotated every game and no special equipment is required. Practices are held once a week with games played the last 40 minutes of each practice. The Friday Night Lights Youth Flag Football Program is a collaboration between the Union City Leisure Services, the City of Newark, and the Hayward Area Recreation Department. 26903 8-9 yr 26904 10-12 yr

F F

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

Apr 11-May 30 Apr 11-May 30

8 8

Shorty Garcia Park Shorty Garcia Park

1:45pm-2:30pm 1:45pm-2:30pm

Apr 13-May 18 May 25-Jun 29

6 6

PALHP PALHP

Staff Staff

$65 $65

Youth Baseball 26873 8-12 yr 26881 8-12 yr

Su Su

MMP Staff MMP Staff

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$78 $78

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Sports

26875 5-8 yr 26876 8-12 yr

School Age – Martial Arts/Special Interest/Sports

Gung Fu

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Youth Volleyball 26649 8-10 yr 26650 11-14 yr

T T

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

Apr 8-May 27 Apr 8-May27

8 8

EMS EMS

Staff Staff

$65 $65

School Age – Sports/Tennis

Youth Basketball Clinic This is an individual sign up basketball camp. The camp will meet every Saturday for six weeks. Each session will consist of basic fundamentals training for the beginners and skills training for the more advanced. The second half of each session will have the kids form up inot teams and scrimmage with the camp instructors assisting by coaching and officiating the games. All skill levels are welcome and each participant will receive a Certificate of Participation. This High Brand level of basketball will be taught through various drills and intense workouts which are targeted to boost your level of athleticism and improve all aspects of your game. From developing your individual game (shooting form, two ball dribbling, athleticism, etc.), to improving your team game (court awareness, coach-ability, basketball IQ, etc.). H.A.R.D. Hoops Academy is focused on making sure you reach your basketball potentials while still creating and maintaining a fun, competitive, and learning atmosphere! 26901 26902 26897 26898

6-9 yr 10-15 yr 6-9 yr 10-15 yr

T W Sa Sa

4:00pm-5:30pm 4:00pm-6:00pm 9:00am-10:30am 10:35am-12:35pm

Apr 8-May 13 Apr 9-May 21 Apr 12-May 17 Apr 12-May 17

6 6 6 6

CONHS CONHS EMS EMS

Staff Staff Staff Staff

$40 $55 $40 $55

Skillz and Scrimmages Kidz will enjoy advanced skill building: dribbling, passing and shooting in a team play format. Each class we will play games to build individual skills and small-sided scrimmages that emphasize application of finer technical points. This is the perfect bridge from our Soccer 1 classes for those who are aspiring to the next level. All levels of skill are welcome to learn and enjoy the world’s most popular sport! Each participant will receive a soccer jersey. 26921 7-10 yr 26922 7-10 yr

W Sa

4:30pm-5:15pm 5:00pm-5:45pm

Apr 9-May 28 Apr 12-Jun 7

8 8

PALHP SSVP

KLS Staff KLS Staff

$102 $102

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Tennis

30

Rackets, Rallies & Kicks In partnership with the United States Tennis Association we are offering this new and unique program combining elements of soccer and tennis. This introductory level class will engage the participant in the basics of soccer and tennis. This is a free program and all equipment will be provided. 27130 6-12 yr

Sa

10:00am-11:30am

Mar 15-May 3 8 Sunset

Staff

FREE

After School Tennis Clinic Whether your child is playing on their schools team or tournaments through the USTA, this clinic is designed for intermediate middle school and high school students who are already playing, or desire to play, tennis competitively. The class will consist of rigorous tennis drills and match play. Wear tennis shoes and bring a tennis racquet and a new can of tennis balls. 26905 26907 26906 26908

11-17 yr 11-17 yr 11-17 yr 11-17 yr

T/Th W/F T/Th W/F

4:00pm-5:30pm 4:00pm-5:30pm 4:00pm-5:30pm 4:00pm-5:30pm

Mar 25-Apr 24 Mar 26-Apr 25 Apr 29-May 29 Apr 30-May 30

10 10 10 10

BTTC BTTC BTTC BTTC

Hill Hill Hill Hill

$90 $90 $90 $90

Tennis – Beginner NTRP Rating of 1.0 Little or no previous experience or limited tennis playing experience. Students will learn basic grips and strokes (forehand, backhand, volley, serve, scoring and elements of game play). Bring a tennis racket and a can of new tennis balls to first class. 26670 26666 26667 26668 26671

7-17 yr 7-17 yr 7-17 yr 7-17 yr 7-17 yr

W Sa Sa Sa Su

6:30pm-7:30pm 9:00am-10:00am 10:10am-11:10am 4:00pm-5:00pm 1:00pm-2:00pm

Mar 26-May 28 Mar 22-May 31 Mar 22-May 31 Mar 22-May 31 Mar 23-Jun 1

10 10 10 10 10

CVTC CVTC CVTC CVTC CVTC

Savich Hill Hill Hill Savich

$125 $125 $125 $125 $125

Tennis – Advanced Beginner NTRP Rating of 2.0 Some previous experience or those who can carry on a short rally. Emphasis on improving basic strokes, footwork and serving. NOTE: Beginner class is recommended before taking this class. Bring a tennis racket and a can of new tennis balls to first class. 26663 7-17 yr 26664 7-17 yr

Sa Su

12:10pm-1:10pm 2:00pm-3:00pm

Mar 22-May 31 Mar 23-Jun 1

10 10

CVTC CVTC

Hill Savich

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$125 $125


Euro School of Tennis

27004 6-8 yr 27005 6-8 yr

Sa M

4:15pm-5:15pm 4:15pm-5:15pm

Mar 15-May 17 Mar 17-May 19

10 10

Stonybrook CVCC

Euro Staff Euro Staff

$135 $135

3:15pm-4:15pm 5:45pm-6:45pm

Mar 15-May 17 Mar 17-May 19

10 10

Stonybrook CVCC

Euro Staff Euro Staff

$135 $135

Mar 15-May 17 Mar 17-May 19

10 10

Stonybrook CVCC

Euro Staff Euro Staff

$135 $135

Tennis Stars: Beginner 27006 9-14 yr 27007 9-14 yr

Sa M

Tennis Stars: Intermediate 27008 9-14 yr 27009 9-14 yr

Sa M

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

participate

Teens

HARD

School Age – Tennis | Teens

Wear tennis shoes and bring a tennis racquet. For more information, check out www.euroschooloftennis.com. For classes not meeting minimum enrollment, adjustments or combinations of classes will be made. Mini Aces Tennis: All Levels – This class is designed for the child of age 6 to 8 who is just learning the game of tennis. Hand-eye coordination, strokes and movement drills will be learned in a fun-filled way.

Ages 13-17 Years Star Leadership Training This is an innovative training program designs to present useful information for teens grades 7-12 to develop strong and positive leadership skills. Participants will acquire techniques to raise their self-esteem, become a positive role model in their community and learn the value of “teamwork.” All which are useful tools for future employment with any agency or organization. All workshops and activities are hands on and will include: team building, self-esteem, safety and communication which have been carefully planned to be useful in building your teen’s leadership skills. All intended to provide your teen a broad base knowledge in the area of recreation. Upon completion of the training, your teen will receive a certificate of completion and will have the unique opportunity to volunteer at one of our Go Recreate Day Camp sites in assisting the Recreation Staff in providing creative, engaging and enriching activities during the summer of 2014. Days and times of volunteering will be based on the availability of each individual. Final two classes Thursday and Friday will be onsite training, site TBD. 25697 12-18 yr

T-F

8:30am-1:00pm

Apr 15-Apr 18

4

WPCC

Staff

$90

Students With Achieving Goals (S.W.A.G. ZONE) S.W.A.G motivates our teens to become productive and engaged community members, now and throughout their adult life. Our teens gain social and academic skills, improve their self-esteem and learn respect towards their peers, school and community through daily interaction with positive role models. Among our after school program a real set for learning will impact their pursuit of further education and employment opportunities. SWAG is committed to preparing our teens for the future! 25687 12-18 yr 25688 12-18 yr 25689 12-18 yr

M-F M-F M-F

3:30pm-6:30pm 3:30pm-6:30pm 3:30pm-6:30pm

Mar 17-May 23 Mar 17-May 23 Mar 17-May 23

SLCC SGCC CVCC

Staff Staff Staff

$45 $45 $45

Hip Hop for Teens Would you like to learn the latest street type style of dance made popular by music videos? Join this energizing and electrifying dance class and get ready to loosen up and have some fun!! Improve your strength and agility while exercising your mind and body! No class 4/14. 26132 12-18 yr

M

7:30pm-8:30pm

Mar 17-May 12

8

CVCC

CVPA Staff

$73

Kidsafe Cardio Kick Boxing Are you ready to kick start your heart? We will be doing basic kicking and punching drills, circuit training, pad work and calisthenics in this fun and energizing aerobic workout. This class will get you in excellent shape and feeling great for the summer. This class is for all fitness levels. 26727 16 yr +

M

7:00pm-8:00pm

Apr 7-Jun 23

12

SLCC

GOTHARD

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$91

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See pages 8-11 for Spring and Summer Camps!

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Urban Dance

Nature Programs | Teens

Urban, contemporary dance, is a mixture of hip-hop, modern and jazz styles. In this exciting course, students will not only be able to learn basic dance technique but be able to put their own personality and individualism into the steps. Self-confidence, attitude, as well as teamwork will be stressed as the students and teacher work together to create a piece to show parents at the end of the session. No class 4/14, 4/15, 5/26. 26659 13-17 yr 26643 12-16 yr

M Tu

5:00pm-5:55pm 7:00pm-7:55pm

Mar 17-Jun 2 Mar 18-May 27

10 10

WPCC SFCC

This three day program will teach the use of good manners in a variety of social situations. These lessons will revolve around dining etiquette, gracious behavior, and preserving one’s health. This experience will enhance the lives of young adults in their current situations and as they mature into adulthood. 26016 10-18 yr 26017 10-18 yr

W W

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

Mar 19-Apr 2 Apr 16-Apr 30

3 3

KASCC KASCC

Warbasse Warbasse

$60 $60

Online Driver’s Ed Learn to drive – the right way! This is an online course with videos, animated driving scenarios and sample test questions. Learn the rules of the road, major causes of traffic collisions, DMV procedures and more. A licensed instructor is available to answer any questions. Receive a DMV-approved Certificate of Completion. Sign up for the month you would like to begin the class. After you register, you will be contacted with username and password. Please contact www.SafetyDriversEd.com for more information. 26012 15 yr + 26013 15 yr + 26014 15 yr +

Online Online Online

April May June

Vieyra Vieyra Vieyra

$55 $55 $55

explore HARD

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$100 $100

Teen Etiquette

Nature Programs

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Freitas Freitas

See pages 8-11 for Spring and Summer Camps!

Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center 4901 Breakwater Avenue, Hayward | (510) 670-7270 | shoreline@haywardrec.org The Interpretive Center is open to the public from 10:00am-5:00pm Saturdays and Sundays. Perched on stilts above a salt marsh, the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center is your introduction to the ecology of the San Francisco Bay-Estuary. The Interpretive Center features exhibits, programs and activities designed to inspire a sense of appreciation, respect and stewardship for the Bay, its inhabitants and the services they provide. After getting an overview of the park and its features, join a naturalist on one of the many weekend programs offered. Naturalists are on-hand during weekend hours to answer any of your wildlife questions! Come and see what’s new at the Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center.

Volunteer Weekend Weed Warriors – Have a positive impact on the environment at the Hayward shoreline by volunteering. We need your help and enthusiasm to eradicate the non-native plants that threaten shoreline diversity. Restoration days will involve working and learning techniques of invasive removal and learning information about the native plants and animals of the Hayward shoreline. Refreshments will be provided. Bring gloves or borrow some of ours. Ages 12 and older. Registration required. Call Patti Workover at (510) 670-7270 to sign up. 26851 12 yr + 26852 12 yr + 26853 12 yr +

Su Su Su

1:00pm-4:00pm 1:00pm-4:00pm 1:00pm-4:00pm

Apr 13 May 18 Jun 1

1 1 1

HSIC HSIC HSIC

Workover Workover Workover

FREE FREE FREE

Shoreline Trash Takers – Grab your workgloves and your goodwill; the salt marsh needs your help getting rid of the trash that has accumulated since our last clean-up. We will provide the trash bags and some gloves to loan. 26854 All ages

Sa

12:30pm-2:00pm

Apr 19

1

HSIC

Rayton

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

FREE


Upcoming Special Events at the Shoreline 13th Annual

Father’s Day Family Camp Out

26408 4 yr +

Sa/Su

3:00pm-11:00am

Jun 14-Jun 15

2

Staff

HSIC

$85

3:00pm-11:00am

Jun 14-Jun 15

2

Staff

HSIC

$10

3:00pm-11:00am

Jun 14-Jun 15

2

Staff

HSIC

$25

Additional Child 26409 4-17 yr

Sa/Su

Nature Programs

overnight from 3:00pm Saturday, June 14 through 11:00am on Sunday, June 15 Feast on barbeque prepared by the naturalist staff and celebrate Dad’s special day. Bring yourself, your family and your sleeping bags and tents for this exclusive camping event (it gets really windy so be prepared!). We’ll provide all the food and entertainment. Go tidepooling, find bugs, take hikes, build sandcastles, play games, roast marshmallows and learn about the animals and plants that make up the shoreline habitat. Moms, grandparents, aunts and uncles welcome! Reservations Required. Meet at 3050 West Winton Avenue in Hayward. Adult and One Child

Additional Adult 26410 18 yr +

Sa/Su

Eleventh Annual 10K on the Bay

Weekend Nature Activities Fishing In The Bay – Fishing is a way to connect with the natural world. It can provide hours of bonding and relaxation amongst friends and family. After a brief orientation, including basic rigging, equipment, knots, ethics and fish ecology we’ll finish with a fishing excursion to the San Francisco Bay. Reservations required. Special Mother’s Day class offered on May 11, take mom fishing! If you are sixteen and older you must have a fishing license to participate. Parents who are on site to supervise only, do not need a license. 26743 6 yr + 26744 6 yr+ 26745 6 yr +

Su Sa Su

12:00pm-3:00pm 10:30am-1:30pm 10:00am-1:00pm

Mar 16 Mar 29 May 11

1 1 1

HSIC HSIC HSIC

Fowlks Rayton Workover

$12/person $12/person $12/person

Dipnetting in the Channel – Dip your net into the channel of marsh water next to our building and see what animals are hiding there! From acrobatic mud snails to tiny baby crabs smaller than the eraser on a pencil, the channel is full of surprises. A naturalist will guide your dipnetting and help you learn about what you are catching. Please note that the time of this activity changes depending on the low tide. 26746 3 yr+ 26747 3 yr+

Sa Sa

10:00am-11:00am 2:00pm-3:00pm

May 31 Jun 7

1 1

HSIC HSIC

Rayton Rayton

$3/participant $3/participant

Explore the Edge of the Bay – We’ll take advantage of this morning’s low tide to discover many of the different creatures that inhabit the edge of the Bay, and to see who makes their home on the soft bay bottom. Wear old shoes or boots, and clothes that can get muddy for this two mile walk. 26748 6 yr +

Su

10:30am-12:30pm

May 4

1

HSIC

Fowlks

$5/child

Native American History Walk – There are many native animals in the marsh, but what about people? The first people to inhabit the East Bay region were Ohlone and Miwok Native Americans. Join us on a walk and learn how they utilized the Bayland environment for food and materials, along with other interpretations of their history past and present. 26749 10 yr +

Su

11:00am-1:00pm

Jun 8

1

HSIC

Fowlks

$8/person

Leopard Shark Feeding Frenzy – Watch as a Naturalist feeds our resident leopard sharks, perch and gopher snake. Learn more about them and our other aquatic and land inhabitants. Who gets fed and who will get eaten! 26855 All ages 26856 All ages 26857 All ages

Su Sa Sa

2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm

Mar 30 Apr 26 May 31

1 1 1

HSIC HSIC HSIC

Staff Staff Staff

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

FREE FREE FREE

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www.10konthebay.org August 24, 2014 7:00am Registration Begins, 8:30am 5K Start, 8:40am 10K Start Join us for a run/walk along the spectacular habitat of the Hayward shoreline overlooking the San Francisco Bay-Estuary. This event is designed to promote environmental and health awareness. Call (510) 670-7270 or visit www.10konthebay.org for more information. Online registration is available at 10konthebay.org or allsportcentral.com. Register by August 4, 2014 to receive an event T-shirt!

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New session!s added

Toddler Ramble

Nature Programs

Enjoy Friday mornings with your child at the Interpretive Center. Your little one will discover the shoreline through crafts, books, and hands-on experiences. Every month there is a new theme, with each week exploring that theme through different activities. Parents and caregivers grow as facilitators of nature education along the way. March: Birds and Nests Continued – We’re not done with all things bird yet. We will explore what makes birds special and unique. That means feathers and eggs and flight. 26777 1-3 yr 26778 1-3 yr

F F

10:30am-11:15am 10:30am-11:15am

Mar 21 Mar 28

1 1

HSIC HSIC

Graham Graham

$5/child $5/child

April: Let’s Move Our Bodies! – Things outside are waking up from their winter slumber, so let’s get our bodies alive and moving. Exercise your gross- motor skills by dancing and wiggling and walking the spider web line! 26779 26780 26781 26782

1-3 yr 1-3 yr 1-3 yr 1-3 yr

F F F F

10:30am-11:15am 10:30am-11:15am 10:30am-11:15am 10:30am-11:15am

Apr 4 Apr 11 Apr 18 Apr 25

1 1 1 1

HSIC HSIC HSIC HSIC

Graham Graham Graham Graham

$5/child $5/child $5/child $5/child

May: May Messiness – Squish and explore our muddy marsh, along with some other messy play, and find out that it is actually pretty cool and fun! Bring an extra set of clothes and rain boots, if you have them. No Toddler Ramble 5/16, 5/23. 26783 1-3 yr 26784 1-3 yr 26787 1-3yr

F F F

10:30am-11:15am 10:30am-11:15am 10:30am-11:15am

May 2 May 9 May 30

1 1 1

HSIC HSIC HSIC

Graham Graham Graham

$5/child $5/child $5/child

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Nature Detectives

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Nature Detectives is a monthly program for 3 to 5 year olds and their caregivers designed to introduce participants to the plants and animals that live in the salt marsh that meets on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month. Each class is different and corresponds to the theme of the month, and involves exploration of our marsh through hikes, crafts and songs. April: Eggscellent Detecting, Sherlock – It’s that time of year when birds and other animals are laying eggs and making nests, some of them right on our building. We will investigate the properties of eggs and do some eggciting eggsperiments. 26788 3-5 yr 26789 3-5 yr

Sa Sa

11:00am-12:00pm 11:00am-12:00pm

Apr 5 Apr 19

1 1

HSIC HSIC

Rayton Rayton

$7/child $7/child

May: Do You Speak Whale? – Explore the amazing aquatic mammalian world of whales. Find out if you are taller than a whale’s jawbone, and use baleen to see if you can eat like a whale. We will also make some great whale crafts. 26790 3-5 yr 26791 3-5 yr

Sa Sa

11:00am-12:00pm 11:00am-12:00pm

May 3 May 17

1 1

HSIC HSIC

Rayton Rayton

$7/child $7/child

June: Summertime Spiders – Spiders are so much more than we give them credit for! We will discover the amazing world of the many spiders that live at the Interpretive Center. 26792 3-5 yr 26793 3-5 yr

Sa Sa

11:00am-12:00pm 11:00am-12:00pm

Jun 7 Jun 21

1 1

HSIC HSIC

Rayton Rayton

$7/child $7/child

Nature Programs for Adults Salt Pond History Hike – Discuss the unique and interesting history of the Bay Area from the formation of the San Francisco Bay to the opening of the Hayward Shoreline. Walk through remnants left by settlers who worked and lived at the shoreline over one hundred years ago. 26841 18 yr +

Su

11:00am-1:00pm

May 25

1

HSIC

Workover

$8/person

Shoreline Van Tour – Join a naturalist on a driving tour of the shoreline. Stop at various points along the shore to bird-watch, taste edible plants, and learn about the history of the bay. This is a great way for people with limited mobility to see more of this beautiful habitat. 26842 18 yr +

Su

11:00am-1:00pm

Jun 22

1

HSIC

Workover

$8/person

Bird Hikes The Hayward Shoreline and the San Francisco Bay-Estuary are home to over 124 species of birds during the fall and winter migration. As a crucial stop on the Pacific Flyway, the Bay and surrounding salt marshes are perfect for birding whether you’re a beginner or an expert! Blackbird Singing in the Dead of Spring (At The Shoreline) – One of the sweetest signals that Spring has arrived is the song of the Red-winged Blackbird. Its distinctive melodic song will put us all in a cheerful, and perhaps even nostalgic mood as we explore this stretch of the Hayward Shoreline that abuts an upland habitat. We will meet at the very end of West Winton at the trailhead in the second parking lot. 26861 12 yr +

Sa

9:30am-12:30pm

Mar 22

1

HSIC

Graham

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$5/person


26862 12 yr +

Su

10:00am-1:00pm

Apr 6

1

HSIC

Graham

$5/person

A Feathered Tradition – It’s hard to believe this is the 5th annual spring trip to Coyote Hills. If you are a curious first-timer, or if you have been with us before and know already, this walk will not let you down. Along with owls and other raptors, we might find nesting birds like Marsh Wrens, or silly birds like Great-tailed Grackles, or even unusual birds like the Eurasion Wigeon all of which were spotted last year. There is a $5 parking fee, and we will meet at the parking lot next to the Nature Center. Directions can be found at http://www.ebparks.org/parks. 26863 12 yr +

Sa

9:30am-12:30pm

Apr 26

1

HSIC

Graham

Nature Programs

Combing for Candlesticks – One of the most extreme birds along the Hayward Shoreline is the Longbilled Curlew. It’s bill can be longer than 8.5 inches, and because of that is also known as a candlestick bird. Today we will keep our eyes out for these fabulous birds before they leave the area and head out on their migration route in the coming weeks. We will meet at the Grant Ave. trailhead in San Lorenzo.

$5/person

A Bird is Worth a Thousand Words – A small, intriguing gull named after Napoleon’s zoologist nephew is our featured bird today. If we are lucky to spot the Bonaparte’s Gull, we might see it skimming the surface of a pond in search of invertebrate prey, or perched on a post preening itself. We will meet at the Interpretive Center to begin our hike. Sa

9:30am-12:30pm

May 10

1

HSIC

Graham

$5/person

26865 12 yr +

Sa

10:30am-1:30pm

May 24

1

HSIC

Graham

$5/person

Birding Basics: An Introduction to Bird Watching – We will find birding easier after learning how to use a birding field guide, identifying markings, bird shapes and bird behaviors. Join us as we walk a leisurely two mile loop to the bay and back. Bring your field guides and binoculars. This program is specifically for entrylevel birders. 26866 10 yr + 26867 10 yr +

Su Su

10:00am-1:00pm 10:00am-1:00pm

Mar 23 Apr 27

1 1

HSIC HSIC

Fowlks Fowlks

$5/person $5/person

Sulphur Creek Nature Center 1801 D Street, Hayward Open Sunday-Saturday, 10:00am-5:00pm | Park open on all designated District Holidays. Open: Sunday, April 20, 2014 (Easter Sunday) Sulphur Creek is a free wildlife center dedicated to bringing people and animals closer together. There are live animal displays featuring local species, a Discovery Center, a pet rental program, school and group wildlife education programs, wildlife rehabilitation program, special events, nature study classes, volunteer programs, and outreach activities. The park provides picnic facilities, a nature trail, and a creek; so stop by and visit.

Wildlife Discovery Center Learn about watersheds, creek life, and the plants and animals that depend on this important habitat. Discover which animals at Sulphur Creek are amphibians, and where they need to go in the spring. Pick up a brochure to find out how you can support your favorite critter at Sulphur Creek through our Adopt-an-Animal Program and how you can get your name added to the Adoptive Parents Wall Plaque. Open daily, 10:00am-4:30pm.

Animal Library Visit the Lending Library and go home with your very own pet for the week. Animals available to rent include rats, mice, hamsters, and guinea pigs. All critters come complete with cage, water bottle, food, and care sheet. Open Saturday and Sunday 10:00am-3:00pm only. $20 rental fee. All rentals require a $40 Visa/MasterCard or American Express deposit along with a valid Driver’s License or I.D. card. Due to the popularity of this program and the limited number of animals available, all rentals are on a first come, first serve basis. See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

www.haywardrec.org | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | SPRING 2014

26864 12 yr +

It’s a Reversal of Fortune, in a Good Way – We’ll start from the Interpretive Center again this week, but go in the opposite direction than last time, and see if there is something new to find. We’ll peek in the salt ponds for plovers, look along the shoreline for any migrating stragglers and finally go into the freshwater marsh in search of any breeding birds.

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Nature Programs

Teacher Services Introduce your students to the wonders of our Bay Area native wildlife by taking a “Walk with the Animals” or going on a “Mini-beast Safari” at Sulphur Creek. We also offer special programs on reptiles and amphibians, birds, owls, bats, raptors, creek ecology, and arthropods. Most programs are also available to you in the classroom. Sign up early. Call (510) 881-6747 for a brochure or to make your reservation. Program descriptions may be viewed online at www.haywardrec.org. Be sure to read about our newest class programs: Owls on the Prowl, Birds of Prey, and Bats in Focus. Programs offered Monday-Friday.

Volunteer Opportunities Interested in working with wildlife? Join our crew of trained volunteers to feed and care for injured and sick wildlife along with Sulphur Creek’s non-releasable resident animals. Work on special projects. Help us with important record-keeping, clerical work, and gardening. Stop by to pick up an application.

“Day on the Green” Join the Naturalist on the “Green” and come face to face with some of Sulphur Creek’s resident wildlife every Saturday and Sunday at 2:30pm. Great photo opportunities of wildlife up close. SPRING 2014 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

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Toddler Times are designed for ages 1 to 3 with their caregivers. Each class includes a hands-on visit with animals, a craft, and an outdoor exploration. Sibling Fee: $2 per child. Sibling registration not available online. Please call (510) 881-6700 for information on registering siblings. April Toddler Time: Ears – Come investigate the animals’ ears as we visit the rabbit, guinea pig, and gopher. Make your own bunny ears, and listen to the animals with your ears. 25799 25800 25801 25802 25803

1-3 yr & caregiver 1-3 yr & caregiver 1-3 yr & caregiver 1-3 yr & caregiver 1-3 yr & caregiver

W T T Sa M

10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am 11:15am-12:00pm 10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am

Apr 2 Apr 8 Apr 8 Apr 12 Apr 14

1 1 1 1 1

SCNC SCNC SCNC SCNC SCNC

Leah Leah Leah Christine Christine

$7/child $7/child $7/child $7/child $7/child

May Toddler Time: Back Yard Buddies – Meet some of the animals you might find near your home. Visit the dove, snake, and snail and make a back yard buddy you can bring inside your home. 25804 25805 25806 25807 25808

1-3 yr & caregiver 1-3 yr & caregiver 1-3 yr & caregiver 1-3 yr & caregiver 1-3 yr & caregiver

W M Sa T T

10:00am-10:45am 11:00am-11:45am 10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am 11:15am-12:00pm

May 7 May 12 May 17 May 27 May 27

1 1 1 1 1

SCNC SCNC SCNC SCNC SCNC

Leah Christine Christine Leah Leah

$7/child $7/child $7/child $7/child $7/child

June Toddler Time: Colors – Explore the beautiful colors found in nature. What colors will we find on the chicken, newt, and hamster? Color a beautiful animal to take home. 25809 25810 25811 25812 25813

1-3 yr & caregiver 1-3 yr & caregiver 1-3 yr & caregiver 1-3 yr & caregiver 1-3 yr & caregiver

W M T T Sa

10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am 10:00am-10:45am 11:15am-12:00pm 10:00am-10:45am

Jun 4 Jun 9 Jun 17 Jun 17 Jun 21

1 1 1 1 1

SCNC SCNC SCNC SCNC SCNC

Leah Christine Leah Leah Christine

$7/child $7/child $7/child $7/child $7/child

Youth Nature Classes Youth Nature Classes are designed for ages 3-5, 4-7, 5-9, and 8-12. Each class will focus on an animal adaptation that is used to help it survive. Students will meet live animals up close and complete a special project or craft based on the featured adaptation. Smell and Tell – Why, how, and what do the animals smell? Follow the scent trail of the snake, vulture, and cockroach. Test your own sense of smell. 25821 4-7 yr 25815 3-5 yr 25822 5-9 yr

W F T

3:30pm-5:00pm 10:30am-12:00pm 3:30pm-5:00pm

Apr 2 Apr 4 Apr 8

1 1 1

SCNC SCNC SCNC

Leah Shayna Leah

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$8/child $8/child $8/child


Whiskers – Come investigate the animals’ whiskers as we visit the rabbit, guinea pig, and gopher. Create a bunny with whiskers and try them out on our whisker walk. 25827 4-7 yr

Sa

11:00am-12:00pm

Apr 12

1

SCNC

Christine

$8/child

Owl Pellet Ecology – Discover the fascinating world of owls by learning about their habitats, behaviors, and eating habits. We will be meeting some owls up close and will then examine the types of food they eat by dissecting an owl pellet. 25828 8-12 yr

Sa

11:00am-12:00pm

Apr 12

1

SCNC

Staff

$10/child

25818 3-5 yr

Th

10:30am-12:00pm

Apr 10

1

SCNC

Shayna

$8/child

Carnivore Cafe – How do animals find, catch, and eat their prey? What is on the menu of the snake, hawk, and tarantula? Create a carnivorous companion. 25816 3-5 yr 25823 4-7 yr 25824 5-9 yr

F T W

10:30am-12:00pm 3:30pm-5:00pm 3:30pm-5:00pm

May 2 May 27 May 7

1 1 1

SCNC SCNC SCNC

Shayna Leah Leah

$8/child $8/child $8/child

“Love Poems for the Unloved” – Author Reading and Character Greeting! Meet Diane Lang, celebrated children’s author, as we read her poems and meet some of the unloved critters in “Vulture Verses: Love Poems for the Unloved.” Enjoy readings from Diane and create your own animal love note to take home. Autographed books are available for a $20 donation. 100% of proceeds go to Sulphur Creek. Bring the family. Children must be accompanied by an adult. 25829 5-12 yr

Sa

2:00pm-3:30pm

May 3

1

SCNC

Leah

Nature Programs

Eggscellent Eggs – Come and meet some oviparous friends as we learn about all different kinds of eggs. Visit with a snake, tortoise, and of course a chicken. Have some fun dying eggs, then get a soft snuggle from a Sulphur Creek Easter bunny.

$10/child

Perfect Plants – How does your garden grow? You’ll find out as we dig in the dirt and plant some garden favorites. We’ll also visit with some of Sulphur Creeks herbivores: the dove, bunny, and pocket gopher. 25819 3-5 yr

Th

10:30am-12:00pm

May 15

1

SCNC

Shayna

$8/child

Animal Movement – Imagine walking like the animals. Come observe the dove, snake, and snail, and try out their methods of motion. Search for animals on the move on the trail. Sa

11:00am-12:00pm

May 17

1

SCNC

Christine

$8/child

Magnificent Mammals – Mammals are an amazing group of animals that have been around for over 200 million years! Come learn about the very first mammals, the mammals that are thriving today, and the mammals that might be getting close to extinction. Get hands on with mammals that make great pets, and meet mammals that you might see in your own backyard. 26969 8-12 yr

Sa

11:00am-12:00pm

May 17

1

SCNC

Staff

$10/child

Life Cycles – Spring is baby season at Sulphur Creek. Discover the variety of life cycles as we meet the toad, rat, and chicken. Create an animal friend, and watch as it changes stages in its life cycle. 25825 4-7 yr 25817 3-5 yr 25826 5-9 yr

W F T

3:30pm-5:00pm 10:30am-12:00pm 3:30pm-5:00pm

Jun 4 Jun 6 Jun 17

1 1 1

SCNC SCNC SCNC

Leah Shayna Leah

$8/child $8/child $8/child

Defying Cockroaches – Imagine being able to move a mountain or stop a speeding train. Feats of strength are an important adaptation needed by many animals to survive. Discover the hidden strength of a cockroach as you create an experiment to calculate its muscle power. You will use scientific methods to predict, experiment, and analyze. Conforms to California Educational State Standards. 25831 6-12 yr

Sa

10:00am-12:00pm

Jun 7

1

SCNC

Powell

$15/child

Teddy Bear Picnic – Bring your favorite stuffed animal friend, a picnic lunch, and a blanket to sit on, to this special picnic in the park. Visit our feathered friends from the barnyard and watch to see who loves a treat at the picnic. (No charge for siblings under 1 year) 25832 1-6 yr

W

12:00pm-1:30pm

Jun 4

1

SCNC

Leah

$8/child

Metamorphosis – We’re going through changes. Come and meet a caterpillar and a frog as we learn about their amazing transformations. We’ll look at some pollywogs and make a caterpillar craft. 25820 3-5 yr

Th

10:30 am–12:00pm

Jun 19

1

SCNC

Shayna

$8/child

Tadpole Search Field Trip – Meet us at Dry Creek in Union City to search for tadpoles and wonderful water creatures. Use nets to help you get an up-close look at these special creatures. Make a floating toy, too. Directions to the meeting location will be sent the week before the program. Child must be accompanied by an adult. 25833 2-10 yr

M

10:00am-11:30am

Jun 23

1

SCNC

Christine

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$8/child

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Adult Nature Series Join the naturalists at Sulphur Creek Nature Center in a series of programs to explore nature. These programs are designed for adults only. Must be at least 18 to attend.

Nature Programs

Creek Restoration Creek health is vital to our ecosystem, supporting native plants and wildlife dependent on riparian corridors. Learn how our creeks in the East Bay have been restored from our Watershed Specialist, Shayna, and visit our “living” creek at the Sulphur Creek Nature Center. Wear your walking shoes and bring a rain hat for our walk. 25905 18 yr + Sa 1:00pm-2:30pm

Apr 12 1 SCNC

Franke

$18

25906 18 yr + Sa 11:30am-1:00pm May 10 1 SCNC

Franke

$18

Beneficial Garden “Bugs” Ladybugs, darkling beetles, damselflies, and butterflies are only a few of “the Beneficials.” Meet and discover the other recyclers, pollinators, and insect managers of our garden, up-close. We will meet at Sulphur Creek’s garden for this special adult nature program.

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Break into summer with this fun summer tradition with your family! Visit with special critters of the night and enjoy an evening of roasting marshmallows. NASCAR Roaches: On your mark, get-set, GO! – Have you ever raced a cockroach? Enjoy an exciting evening at the races when you select, examine, and race a Madagascar Hissing Cockroach. Come to this fun family evening of races and marshmallow roasting. Child must be accompanied by an adult. 26528 4-12 yr

Sa

6:30pm-8:30pm

Jun 7

1

SCNC

Powell

$10/child

Community Service Shadow Class Learn about the programs and day-to-day operations of Sulphur Creek Nature Center. Attend an orientation that will introduce you to a variety of education programs, wildlife jobs, volunteer opportunities, and our wildlife hospital. Get a behind-the-scenes tour, and then sign up to shadow one of our experienced volunteers for half a day. You will assist them as they care for our resident hawks, owls, coyotes, or foxes. Help clean, feed, and plan enrichment. May satisfy 6 hours of community service requirements; check with your school first. Registration is required. The Community Service Class is designed for Middle and High School students. 25834 Midddle/High School students Sa 1:00pm-3:00pm Apr 26 1 Shadow times: Must sign up for Shadow time within 30 days of orientation Saturday, 8:30am-12:30pm or 1:00pm-5:00pm Sunday, 8:30am-12:30pm or 1:00pm-5:00pm Or two 2-hour shifts Monday, Wednesday, or Friday, 3:00pm-5:00pm

SCNC

Staff

$30

Special Adult Program at Sulphur Creek Nature Center

Bats & Brews Take a taste bud tour of the world of beer and meet some Bay Area bats. Beer is universal. Every culture knows beer and every culture is proud to boast that its brew is the best on earth. Civilized people all over the world brew and enjoy truly great beers, but could it be possible that beer is responsible for civilization as we know it? Join well-known Tastemaster, Ira Bletz, as he shares the history, lore and mythology surrounding beer and brew craft. Learn how beer is made and discover a beer famous story and song. Join us for a fun, informative evening. You’ll learn while tasting classic varieties such as lagers, pilsner, ale, malt, and wheat beers. Naturalists will also present live local bats, creatures that love to share the darkness of the evening as you enjoy this tasting tour. Must be 21 to attend. 26885 21 yr +

F

7:00pm-9:00pm

Jun 6

1

SCNC

Staff

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$40


play

Golf

HARD Golf

See pages 8-11 for Spring and Summer Camps!

Adult and Youth Golf Classes Our programs include instruction on the golf swing, short game, club fitting, course management, practice techniques, rules and etiquette. We work with each student to help design a personal improvement program based on the individual’s goals. All Golf classes are held at Mission Hills of Hayward Driving Range, 275 Industrial Parkway, Hayward. Minimum of 4 students and maximum of 8 students per class. Junior Golf – This is a great time to teach golf to your child. If your child is a first time learner or more advance player, the instructors will base the golf lesson on individuals skills level. 5-12 yr 5-12 yr 5-12 yr 5-12 yr 5-12 yr 5-12 yr

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

12:30pm-1:15pm 1:30pm-2:15pm 12:30pm-1:15pm 1:30pm-2:15pm 12:30pm-1:15pm 1:30pm-2:15pm

Apr 5-Apr 26 Apr 5-Apr 26 May 3-May 24 May 3-May 24 Jun 7-Jun 28 Jun 7-Jun 28

4 4 4 4 4 4

MHDR MHDR MHDR MHDR MHDR MHDR

Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff

$45 $45 $45 $45 $45 $45

Beginner Golf – This class is a beginner golf class. This is great time to get out on the golf course and driving range and learn the important skills needed to play golf. 25444 25445 25443 25446 25438

13 yr + 13 yr + 13 yr + 13 yr + 13 yr +

T T Sa Sa Sa

4:00pm-5:00pm 4:00pm-5:00pm 10:00am-11:00am 10:00am-11:00am 10:00am-11:00am

Apr 1-Apr 22 May 6-May 27 Apr 5-Apr 26 May 3-May 24 Jun 7-Jun 28

4 4 4 4 4

MHDR MHDR MHDR MHDR MHDR

Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff

$80 $80 $80 $80 $80

Intermediate Golf – For the more experienced golfer. This class will take your intermediate skills and work with you to achieve your golfing goals. 25448 25449 25447 25441 25442

13 yr + 13 yr + 13 yr + 13 yr + 13 yr +

T T Sa Sa Sa

5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 11:15am-12:15pm 11:15am-12:15pm 11:15am-12:15pm

Apr 1-Apr 22 May 6-May 27 Apr 5-Apr 26 May 3-May 24 Jun 7-Jun 28

4 4 4 4 4

MHDR MHDR MHDR MHDR MHDR

Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff Golf Staff

$80 $80 $80 $80 $80

Golf Instructional Staff Combined 30+ years experience in golf instruction and operations. Certified Club Fitter for all major golf club manufacturers (Titleist, Cobra, Mizuno, Callaway, Ping, Cleveland). Our Mission is to increase the skill level of our students for their enjoyment of the game of golf.

See Golf Course and Facilities information on page 58.

Darin Lee Head Golf Professional

James Calceta, PGA Head Golf Professional

Junior Short Game Golf Clinic This is an instructional program conducted on the driving range for boys and girls ages 7-17 years of age. Our instructors are experienced and very enthusiastic about teaching the golf swing fundamentals, chipping, and putting. You will meet other junior golfers, make new friends and gain golf course experience. Spaces limited. Registration deadline is March 27, 2013. For more information, please call Linda Fiorina at (510) 881-6730. 25703 7-17 yr

M-F

9:00am-1:00pm

Apr 14-Apr 18

5

MHDR

Golf Staff

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$200

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25434 25435 25436 25437 25439 25440

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Adults – Art/Crafts

Adults

Ages 18 Years +

Art and Crafts Drop-in art classes – each quarter participants must complete a registration form at their first class then sign in at each subsequent class. Registration discounts do not apply to drop-in fees. Nonresident fees are not charged for classes under $30.

Watercolor Beginning students learn the basics of water media painting with an emphasis on drawing, perspective, color theory and problem solving. Advanced students focus on original compositions based on a given theme (i.e., motion, light, flight, etc.). Emphasis is on fundamental elements of design derived from value sketches, going beyond the mere copying of photographs. Individual/group critiques. You must provide your own supplies which is discussed at the first class. Beginning/Intermediate 26293 18 yr + 26294 18 yr +

T W

7:00pm-9:30pm 9:30am-12:00pm

Apr 1-Jun 3 Apr 2-Jun 4

10 10

ADOBE ADOBE

Pratt Pratt

$115 $115

Apr 2-Jun 4

10

ADOBE

Pratt

$115

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Intermediate/Advanced

40

26295 18 yr +

W

1:00pm-3:30pm

Artist’s Open Lab This is an informal gathering of artists working together in a friendly and helpful atmosphere. Begin something new or work on an unfinished project. Punch cards must be pre-purchased and can be picked up at the District Offices, 1099 E Street, Hayward or you may request one be mailed to you (510) 881-6700. The card is good for two quarters starting with the quarter you purchased it at both the Monday and Thursday class. San Lorenzo – is for painters and those interested in exploring mixed media projects. Sessions facilitated by Rene Clair. We provide tables and chairs. Odorless thinners only. Preregistration or punch card required (no drop-in). 26557 18 yr + 26558 18 yr +

M M

10:00am-2:00pm 10:00am-2:00pm

Mar 10-Apr 14 Apr 21-May 26

6 6

SLCC SLCC

Clair Clair

$18* $18*

Adobe Art Center – host painters providing tables, chairs and easels. Drop-in or punch card accepted. 18 yr + Th *$25 for 5-visit punch card

10:00am-2:00pm

Apr 24-Jun 26

ADOBE

$3 drop-in*

Life Drawing A cooperative drawing class for all levels of proficiency. Each session involves gesture poses, 20 minute studies and one hour-long pose. There is a three hour pose at the end of each month. All medias are included. Odorless thinners only. No cameras. This is a drop-in program. Please pay at the door. 18 yr +

Th

7:00pm-10:00pm

Mar 20-May 29

11

ADOBE

Gunn

$15 drop-in

Chinese Brush Painting Also known as watercolor painting ‘The Chinese Way’ using mediums such as brushes, ink stone, ink stick, and rice paper. Methods of mounting completed paintings will be covered. All levels welcome. No class Apr 1Jun 14 26648 18 yr +

W

1:00pm-3:30pm

Mar 26-Jun 4

10

ADOBE

Lan

$75

Jewelry Casting Learn the basics while we discuss wax work, settings for gem stones, designing, polishing and finishing and the correct use of tools. We will also cover kiln loading, firing and unloading with emphasis on casting precious metals. Feel free to bring sketches, designs, drawings and tools to class with you. 26290 12 yr +

W

7:00pm-9:30pm

Apr 9-Jun 11

10

ADOBE

Donivan

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$85


Jewelry Design Create a bold modern design cast from an old unused piece, or update a classic in a particular proportion, color or arrangement. Jewelry design, construction and lost wax casting are taught in a small class setting. Please bring unlined note paper and two or more different colored pencils to class. 26577 18 yr + 26578 18 yr +

T Th

7:00pm-9:30pm 11:00am-1:30pm

Mar 18-Apr 22 Mar 20-Apr 24

6 6

WPCC WPCC

Wright Wright

$50 $50

Pottery

18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 15 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 15 yr +

M T T T W W W Th Th Th Sa

7:00pm-9:30pm 7:00pm-9:30pm 12:30pm-3:00pm 5:00pm-7:30pm 10:00am-12:30pm 7:00pm-9:30pm 7:00pm-9:30pm 7:00pm-9:30pm 10:00am-12:30pm 7:00pm-9:30pm 3:00pm-5:30pm

Mar 31-Jun 2 Apr 1-Jun 3 Apr 1-Jun 3 Apr 1-Jun 3 Apr 2-Jun 4 Apr 2-Jun 4 Apr 2-Jun 4 Apr 3-Jun 5 Apr 3-Jun 5 Apr 3-Jun 5 Apr 5-Jun 7

9 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

WPCC ADOBE WPCC WPCC WPCC ADOBE WPCC ADOBE WPCC WPCC ADOBE

Russell Kowalski Neuru/Moss Epperson Woofter Olson Mielke Kowalski Woofter Russell Kowalski

$124 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135

Mar 31-Jun 2

9

ADOBE

Mielke

$124

Pottery and Raku Firing 26500 18 yr +

M

7:00pm-9:30pm

Pottery Workshop – Drop-in This class is designed for drop-ins or class make-ups. Workshops are overseen by volunteers providing informal instruction. Only items produced during session/class time will be fired. You may provide a make-up slip, pay the drop-in fee at the door, or pre-purchase a 5-visit punch card ($65). Punch cards can be picked up at the District Office, 1099 E Street, Hayward, or you may request one be mailed to you (510) 881-6700. You must provide a receipt for all card pick-ups. Punch cards are valid for one year and can be used at any pottery dropin workshop. The cards are non-refundable and a $20 lost card replacement fee is applicable. Cards are transferable. 15 yr + T 15 yr + F 15 yr + Sa 15 yr + Sa *65 for a 5-visit punch card.

10:00am-12:30pm 10:00am-12:30pm 12:30pm-3:00pm 10:00am-12:30pm

Apr 1-Jun 3 Apr 4-Jun 6 Apr 5-Jun 7 Apr 5-Jun 7

ADOBE WPCC ADOBE WPCC

$15 drop-in* $15 drop-in* $15 drop-in* $15 drop-in*

Cookware Pottery Learn to make pottery that is oven-proof such as covered casseroles, bean pots, soup tureens, pie plates and more. We will also use sculpture to decorate our vessels. Must be advanced beginning level and know how to throw. 26506 18 yr +

W

1:00pm-3:30pm

Apr 2-Jun 4

10

ADOBE

Epperson

$135

Raku Glazing and Firing Intensive Focus on glazing and firing your bisque ware in the raku process. Class meets the 2nd & 4th Thursday of the month. Drop-in fee is per class. Pay at the door. Rain or damp weather cancels the class. 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr +

Th Th Th Th Th

6:00pm-9:00pm 6:00pm-9:00pm 6:00pm-9:00pm 6:00pm-9:00pm 6:00pm-9:00pm

Apr 10 Apr 24 May 8 May 22 Jun 5

1 1 1 1 1

WPCC WPCC WPCC WPCC WPCC

Shaffer Shaffer Shaffer Shaffer Shaffer

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$20 drop-in $20 drop-in $20 drop-in $20 drop-in $20 drop-in

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26501 26491 26494 26495 26490 26492 26496 26493 26497 26498 26499

Adults – Art/Crafts

Learn and practice pottery as an art form in our peaceful classroom environments. We are one of the few programs in the bay area to offer gas high temperature glaze (cone 10) reduction firings as well as alternatives for firing. Fees include glazes and firing. Participants must pre-purchase clay at class and provide their own tools. Starter tool kits are available for purchase at class Beginners learn the techniques of wheel throwing, hand building, sculpture and high-fire glazing. Intermediate students continue instruction in basic techniques and are encouraged to bring ideas for individual projects. There is also advanced instruction in extended throwing, lidded forms, and altered pieces. With each form, glaze and decoration ideas are discussed to emphasize unity of surface and form. There will be regular demonstrations to meet individual interest. Each class can accommodate all levels. Choose the time and day that is convenient for you. No class 5/26.

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Adults – Crafts/Dance

Quilting The beginning class starts with a generic quilt and continues with a sampler, either traditional or modern. The intermediate class will work their own projects and/or class projects, using various techniques, such as appliqué, piecing, embellishment, strip piecing, and so on. Beginning/Intermediate 26340 18 yr + 26342 18 yr +

M Th

6:30pm-8:30pm 6:30pm-8:30pm

Mar 17-May 19 Mar 20-May 22

10 10

KASCC KASCC

Steinhoff Steinhoff

$65 $65

M T

9:30am-12:30pm 9:30am-12:30pm

Mar 24-May 19 Mar 25-May 20

9 9

ADOBE ADOBE

Kafoure Kafoure

$56 $56

Intermediate 26341 18 yr + 26339 18 yr +

Floral Design Learn the basic skills of floral design for hobby, personal enjoyment or special occasions using fresh flowers. Classes will cover required tools, containers, basic principles of design, different shapes, effective use of color and corsage construction. Supply list will be provided on first day of class. View instructor’s website for pictures and details at ashapoovaiah.blogspot.com. 26565 18 yr + Sa 10:00am-12:00pm *$25 material fee due at first class.

Apr 5-May 10

6

ADOBE

Poovaiah

$80*

Dance and Music Intro to Guitar Release your inner musician! Learn basic chords, strumming and picking and end up playing simple songs by the end of the session! No need to read music; bring your own guitar. 26651 18 yr +

T

6:30pm-7:30pm

Mar 25-Apr 22

5

SFCC

Oducayen

$80

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Guitar – Beginning/Intermediate II

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For those who have mastered basic chords, learn more advanced chords, picking, and how to read chord charts. Play and sing songs of your choice and experience how much fun guitar playing can be! No need to read music; bring your own guitar. 26652 18 yr +

T

6:30pm-7:30pm

Apr 29-May 27

5

SFCC

Oducayen

$80

Salsa Dance Beginning – Club Style Salsa music and dancing is hot and featured in clubs everywhere. Get in on the fun by learning to dance salsa in this playful and energetic class. It’s fun and easy to learn and you’ll be dancing to the hottest Latin music, FAST! It’s a great way to connect with your current partner - or meet a new one! No partner required. 26302 16 yr +

T

7:00pm-8:00pm

Mar 25-May 27

10

SFCC

Tomaj

$120/$200 couple

Salsa Dance Intermediate – Club Style This challenging and rewarding class is packed with hot moves and cool styling. Includes a ½ hour of open dancing after each class. No partner required. Prerequisite: Beginning Salsa or experience partner dancing. 26303 16 yr +

T

8:00pm-9:30pm

Mar 25-May 27

10

SFCC

Tomaj

$120/$200 couple

Salsa Dance: Drop-In – Purchase a 5-punch pass to use for any of Tomaj Trenda’s salsa dance classes. Passes must be pre-purchased and can be picked up at the District Offices at 1099 E Street, Hayward or you may request one be mailed to you. The pass is good for two quarters starting with the quarter it was purchased. To register choose the class that has your intended start date. 26575 18 yr + 26576 18 yr +

T T

7:00pm-8:00pm 7:00pm-8:00pm

Apr 1-Apr 29 May 6-Jun 3

5 5

SFCC SFCC

Tomaj Tomaj

$70/5-punch card $70/5-punch card

Swing and Ballroom Basics Get up and dance! Emphasis is on having fun while developing an engaging social hobby. You will learn comfortable steps in East Coast Swing and smooth dances such as Fox Trot, Waltz and nightclub Two Step. 26367 18 yr + 26368 18 yr +

Th F

7:00pm-8:00pm 6:30pm-7:30pm

Apr 10-May 29 Apr 11-May 30

8 8

SFCC CVCC

Hilton Hilton

$89 $89

Swing And Only Swing Have fun and exercise at the same time. Learn to dance to tunes from Glen Miller (30’s) to the Cherry Poppin’ Daddy’s (90’s). We will start with the basics and then move to the West Coast Swing and Lindy. If you have two left feet or even danced a little we are waiting for you. 26382 18 yr +

F

8:30pm-9:30pm

Apr 11-May 30

8

CVCC

Hilton

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$89


Tango and Latin Dance Learn the seductive move of Tango and other Latin dances such as Rumba, Cha-Cha, Samba, Salsa and Merengue. Burn the floor with these action-packed energetic dances. Express your inner self and look like a pro at nightclubs, weddings, cruises or other social gatherings. Th F

8:00pm-9:00pm 7:30pm-8:30pm

Apr 10-May 29 Apr 11-May 30

8 8

SFCC CVCC

Hilton Hilton

$89 $89

Belly Dance Anisa shares her 30 years experience with Middle-Eastern dance. Beginning is for dancers with no experience and focuses on an introduction to basic steps. Intermediate-Advanced levels will focus on a different regional dance from Egypt/North Africa each session. Please wear comfortable exercise clothes or loose skirt and leathersoled shoes. Bring finger cymbals and veils or purchase from instructor ($20). Beginning 26653 15 yr +

T

6:30pm-7:30pm

Mar 25-May 27

10

CVCC

Sahhar

$120

T

7:30pm-8:30pm

Mar 25-May 27

10

CVCC

Sahhar

$120

Intermediate 26654 15 yr +

Belly Dance: Drop-in – Purchase a 5-punch pass to use for any of Anisa Sahhar’s belly dance classes. Passes must be pre-purchased and can be picked up at the District Offices at 1099 E Street, Hayward or you may request one be mailed to you. The pass is good for two quarters starting with the quarter you purchased it for. To register choose the class that has your intended start date. 26573 16 yr + 26574 16 yr +

T T

6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm

Mar 25-Apr 22 Apr 29-May 27

5 5

CVCC CVCC

Sahhar Sahhar

$70/5-punch pass $70/5-punch pass

Adults – Dance/Health/Fitness

26383 18 yr + 26384 18 yr +

Drumming Circle Learn African, Middle Eastern and Indian rhythms for hand/frame drums and tambourine. Anisa shares her knowledge of Middle Eastern Percussion based on an extensive background in Classical and Folkloric dance and musical training. From meditative to exhilarating, drumming is good for the soul! Some loaner drums will be made available. All levels welcome. F

6:30pm-7:30pm

Mar 21-May 23

10

SFCC

Sahhar

$110

Country Western Line Dancing Kick your boot heels and have lots of fun! Seniors will have the opportunity to stay active and focus on coordination. So come on down to meet new people, listen to great music, and enjoy the classics. Beginning 18 yr +

W

10:00am-11:30am

Mar 19-Jun 11

MJCC

Jones

$3 drop-in

Intermediate/Advanced 18 yr + 18 yr +

M F

10:00am-11:30am 10:00am-11:30am

Mar 17-Jun 9 Mar 21-Jun 13

MJCC MJCC

Jones Jones

$3 drop-in $3 drop-in

Sa

10:00am-11:30am

Mar 22-Jun 14

MJCC

Jones

$4 drop-in

All Levels 18 yr +

Health/Fitness Energy Company Classes are continuous and co-ed. Registration is taken at class. Fee: $45 for 8 classes/$60 for 16 classes/$8 single class. Tickets have no expiration date. Put ENERGY into your life while you burn fat, build muscle, increase metabolism, improve cardiovascular fitness and relieve stress in a friendly class setting. Bring a towel and a water bottle. Contact staceybristow@att.net for further information. New Students: Receive 4 FREE CLASSES with the purchase of a $60 ticket – 20 classes for $60. Body Sculpting: All Levels – A fat burning, muscle building, body shaping class done to motivating, fun music. A range of free weights (2-15 lbs), exercise bands, straps, foam rollers, and chi balls are used to tone and strengthen all major muscle groups in non-impact, easy to follow movements. Bands and dumbbells provided to get you started. 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr+ 18 yr +

M/W/F T Th Sa

6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm 6:45pm-7:45pm 9:00am-10:00am

continuous continuous continuous continuous

KASCC SFCC SFCC SFCC

see above for fees see above for fees see above for fees see above for fees

M

6:00pm-7:10pm

continuous

SFCC

see above for fees

Zumba 18 yr +

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

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26989 16 yr+

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Adults – Health/Fitness

Jazzercise Classes Classes are continuous. Registration is taken at class. EFT (Electronic Funds Transfer) available. Enrollment fees apply. Jazzercise blends aerobics, yoga, Pilates, and kickboxing movements into fun dance routines set to fresh music. Designed to accommodate a variety of fitness levels and ages, the program promotes an effective, safe and fun workout that includes aerobic elements in combination with strength training. For additional information, please call the number next to the classes you are interested in attending. Jazzercise welcomes new students with a Special Offer: first month only $20 with EFT registration! Jazzercise 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr +

M/W T/Th Sa Su M/W/Th/F

7:10pm-8:10pm 6:00pm-7:00pm 9:00am-10:00am 9:00am-10:00am 8:30am-9:30am

CVCC CVCC CVCC CVCC KASCC

(510) 538-7070 Jan Hennefer (510) 761-1201 Celeste Cook (510) 761-1201 Celeste Cook (510) 761-1201 Celeste Cook (510) 247-3188 Michele Cowart

www.jazzwithjan.com Cjazzprincess@aol.com Cjazzprincess@aol.com Cjazzprincess@aol.com Michele.cowart@comcast.net

CVCC CVCC

(510) 761-1201 Celeste Cook (510) 761-1201 Celeste Cook

Cjazzprincess@aol.com Cjazzprincess@aol.com

Jazzercise Express 18 yr + 18 yr +

T/Th Sa

7:05pm-7:35pm 8:00am-8:45am

Tummies and Tushies Sculpt Target your tummy and tushies with this express 30-minute class that focuses on only those two spots! Standing and floor exercise with the use of mats, medicine balls and ballet barre. 26081 26082 26083 26567

18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr +

Th Th W W

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

Mar 20-Apr 24 May 1-Jun 5 Mar 19-Apr 30 May 7-Jun 4

6 6 7 5

Dance Co Dance Co Dance Co Dance Co

Feder Feder Feder Feder

$48 $48 $56 $40

Sunday Morning Boot Camp Rise and Shine it’s Boot Camp time...Cardio, Circuit, Resistance Training. Walking, Running, Heavy Bags, Medicine Balls and Jump Rope. Core, Gluts, Arms, Legs. You name it, we target it. Men are especially welcome! If you want to change up your fitness routine this is definitely the class for you!

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26078 18 yr + 26079 18 yr + 26080 18 yr +

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Su Su Su

10:00am-11:30am 10:00am-11:30am 10:00am-11:30am

Mar 16-Apr 13 Apr 20-May 18 Jun 1-Jun 29

5 5 5

Dance Co Dance Co Dance Co

Feder Feder Feder

$68 $68 $68

Extreme Cardio Kick Boxing This intense total body workout can burn up to 800 calories while being set to music will increase your strength and flexibility while burning fat. Class includes circuit training, aerobic activity, toning, punching and kicking heavy bags and ends in with a blast of guts and butts!! Bring a towel because you are guaranteed to sweat! Men and Women are welcome! 26084 26085 26087 26088

18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr +

M/W M/W T T

7:00pm-7:50pm 7:00pm-7:50pm 7:00pm-7:50pm 7:00pm-7:50pm

Apr 7-May 7 May 12-Jun 11 Apr 1-May 13 May 20-Jun 17

10 10 7 5

Dance Co Dance Co Dance Co Dance Co

Feder Feder Feder Feder

$100 $100 $70 $50

Cardio and Strength Great class to boost your stamina and tone your muscles. We incorporate Plyometrics, strength training and cardio. All done to great music! 26089 18 yr + 26090 18 yr +

Th Th

7:00pm-7:50pm 7:00pm-7:50pm

Apr 3-May 8 May 15-Jun 19

6 6

Dance Co Dance Co

Feder Feder

$60 $60

Rowe

$70

Cardio Pilates – Beginning/Intermediate Class will begin with a cardio segment incorporating Pilates based exercises into the workout. The second half of class will be mat Pilates exercises focusing on the core of your body, strengthening your lower back and improving your posture. The class is designed for both beginning and intermediate students, the instructor will teach at an intermediate level and show modifications. This is an excellent class for those looking to strengthen their abs and glutes as well as achieve an overall stronger core. Please bring a yoga mat and water. 26104 16 yr +

W

5:00pm-6:00pm

Mar 19-May 7

8

Dance Co

Fit-n-Trim Come and enjoy routines designed to assist you in attaining and maintaining good muscle tone, weight loss and improved cardiovascular fitness. A variety of class formats for all ages and fitness levels. 26091 18 yr + 26092 18 yr +

M/W M/W

6:00pm-7:00pm 6:00pm-7:00pm

Mar 24-Apr 30 May 5-May 21

12 6

CVCC CVCC

Farar Farar

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$66 $33


Fit Stop Boot Camp This class is designed for Women, fitted for all fitness levels. Full body workout consisting of circuit, cardio, and resistance training using your own body weight, medicine balls, jump ropes, kettlebells and more. Get your sweat in a various fun workout routine. Please bring your own yoga mat to class. Start your weekend with a good sweat in various fun workout routine. Sa Sa Sa

8:45am-9:45am 8:45am-9:45am 8:45am-9:45am

Apr 5-Apr 26 May 3-May 31 Jun 7-Jun 28

4 5 4

WPCC WPCC WPCC

Reconose Reconose Reconose

$36 $45 $36

Inspire Fitness Boot Camps for Women Inspire Fitness Boot Camps – don’t let the word “Boot Camp” scare you off. Just think of it as an indoor and outdoor fitness workout, 2-4 times a week that is designed to constantly keep your body in motion and work all muscle groups in a fun and engaging way led by certified coaches. You’ll get a different workout each time like Self-defense, pi/yo, cardio kickboxing, tabatas, TRX, Inspired Barre Fusion, and much more! Fitness, friends and fun! Outdoor camps are held at the Castro Valley Community Center year-round. Register online at http://getfitwithjoy.com. 18 yr +

M/T/W/F

Rise & Shine

5:45am-6:30am

CVCC

Inspire Fitness

see website for fees

Community Fit Club Join the community for a variety of Beachbody® workouts! Come burn calories and get fitter, leaner, and stronger! These workouts are designed to get you moving and feeling good. Come for a jolt of endorphins and simple, healthy fun. Hosted by Independent Team Beachbody® Coaches. Each week we get moving with a cardio-based workout from programs such as P90X,® INSANITY,® FOCUS T25,® ChaLEAN Extreme,® RevAbs,® Slim in 6,® Power90,® 10-Minute Trainer,® Hip Hop Abs,® Rockin’ Body,® Les Mills Pump,® Les Mills Combat,® Turbo Jam,® and TurboFire.® All levels of fitness are welcome! Bring a mat, a bottle of water, and a “can do” attitude! Class is ongoing. 18 yr + 18 yr +

Sa M

8:00am-9:00am Continuous 6:30pm-7:15 pm Continuous

SLCC CVCC

http://getfitwithjoy.com http://getfitwithjoy.com

$1/class $1/class

Class will begin with a warm up weights segment incorporating Pilates breath and control into the workout. The second half of class will be mat Pilates exercises focusing on the core of your body, strengthening your lower back and improving your posture. This is a class for students that have practiced Pilates before, and will be taught at an intermediate/advanced level. This is an excellent class for those looking to challenge themselves, as well as to further their strength and knowledge of Pilates. You will get an excellent workout while strengthening your core, as well as increasing your flexibility. Please bring 3-8 lb. hand held weights, a yoga mat and water. T

6:00pm-7:00pm

Mar 20-May 8

8

KASCC

Rowe

$70

Tai Chi Chih De-stress and re-energize as you learn the 20 circular, flowing movements of Tai Chi Chih. Not a martial art but an internally focused meditative form of movement. The practice enhances physical health and emotional stability creating a sense of inner peace. Studies have shown possible benefits to include improved balance, strengthened immune system, a better night’s sleep, and many more. Instructor is accredited. 26105 18 yr +

T

7:00 pm–8:15pm

Mar 18-May 6

8

KASCC

McAlister

$50

McAlister

$40

Continuing Tai Chi Chih – For those who have completed a beginning class. 26106 18 yr +

T

5:45 pm–6:45pm

Mar 18-May 6

8

KASCC

Tai Chi Tai chi, which originated in China as a martial art, is a mind-body practice in complementary and alternative medicine (Cam). Tai chi is sometimes referred to as “moving meditation” — practitioners move their bodies slowly, gently, and with awareness, while breathing deeply. This class will help with both your physical and emotional health. 26107 18 yr + 26108 18 yr + 26109 18 yr +

Su Su Su

9:00am-11:00am 9:00am-11:00am 9:00am-11:00am

Apr 6-Apr 27 May 4-May 25 Jun 1-Jun 29

4 4 5

SLCC SLCC SLCC

Fung Fung Fung

$40 $40 $50

Kidsafe Cardio Kick Boxing Are you ready to kick start your heart? We will be doing basic kicking and punching drills, circuit training, pad work and calisthenics in this fun and energizing aerobic workout. This class will get you in excellent shape and feeling great for the summer. This class is for all fitness levels. 26727 16 yr + 26728 18 yr +

M W

7:00pm-8:00pm 7:30pm-8:30pm

Apr 7-Jun 9 Apr 9-Jun 11

11 11

SLCC SGCC

Gothard Gothard

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$80 $80

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Pilates Sculpt with Weights! – Intermediate/Advanced

26103 16 yr +

Adults – Health/Fitness

26100 18 yr + 26101 18 yr + 26102 18 yr +

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Language Adults – Language/Martial Arts

German Language Instruction Designed for those interested in speaking and understanding simple German sentences. Be immersed in the language at the first class. As the course progresses we will introduce German writing and reading. Beginning 26018 10 yr +

Th

1:00pm-2:30pm

Mar 20-May 22

10

KASCC

Schmidt

$60

Th

11:30am-1:00pm

Mar 20-May 22

10

KASCC

Schmidt

$60

Th

10:00am-11:30am

Mar 20-May 22

10

KASCC

Schmidt

$60

10

KASCC

Schmidt

$60

Intermediate 26020 10 yr +

Advanced 26019 10 yr +

German Songs In this class we will study and sing beloved German songs together. 26021 10 yr +

W

11:00am-12:30pm

Mar 19-May 21

American Sign Language Learn to communicate in American Sign Language (ASL) on a basic level and increase your awareness of Deaf culture. Designed for students (hearing and hearing impaired) who have little or no exposure to sign language. Learn alphabetic finger spelling, numeric finger spelling, shapes, greetings, phrases and ASL games. 26393 16 yr + W 6:30pm-8:00pm Apr 2-May 21 *$15 materials fee due to instructor on the first day of class.

8

KASCC

Holmes

$150*

Martial Arts

SPRING 2014 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

EAABs Fitness and Self-Defense

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Group self-defense lessons for men and women. This program is designed to improve your self-confidence and to accept and welcome new challenges in your personal and professional endeavors. Learn a multi cultural art of self-defense focusing on promoting a healthier and safer lifestyle with the added benefit of being able to effectively protect yourself. The program includes body stretching (conditioning and breathing techniques); blocking; punching; and kicking in specific target areas; breaking away from grabs, falling, joint locking, throwing and grappling defense techniques and defense against weapon attacks. Note: uniforms and safety equipment requirement cost not included and must be purchased through EAABs. 26836 26810 26838 26813 26816 26820 26823 26837 26811 26839 26814 26826 26825 26840 26812 26815 26817 26818 26819 26824

12 yr + 12 yr + 12 yr + 12 yr + 12 yr + 12 yr + 13-17 yr 15 yr + 15 yr + 15 yr + 15 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr + 18 yr +

M T W Th F Sa Sa M T W Th M T T W Th F F Sa Sa

5:30pm-6:25pm 5:30pm-6:25pm 5:30pm-6:25pm 5:30pm-6:25pm 5:30pm-6:25pm 10:00am-10:55am 2:00pm-2:55pm 6:30pm-7:25pm 6:30pm-7:25pm 6:30pm-7:25pm 6:30pm-7:25pm 7:30pm-8:25pm 8:00am-8:55am 7:30pm-8:25pm 7:30pm-8:25pm 7:30pm-8:25pm 6:30pm-7:25pm 7:30pm-8:25pm 9:00am-9:55am 3:00pm-3:55pm

Mar 24-May 26 Mar 25-May 27 Mar 26-May 28 Mar 27-May 29 Mar 28-May 30 Mar 29-May 31 Mar 29-May 31 Mar 24-May 26 Mar 25-May 27 Mar 26-May 28 Mar 27-May 29 Mar 24-May 26 Mar 25-May 27 Mar 25-May 27 Mar 26-May 28 Mar 27-May 29 Mar 28-May 30 Mar 28-May 30 Mar 29-May 31 Mar 29-May 31

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs

EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff

$135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10

EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs EAABs

EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff EAABs Staff

$135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135 $135

EAABs 40+ – Adults only , ages 40+. Beginner Introduction. 26830 26831 26832 26821 26822 26827 26828 26829 26833 26834 26835

40 yr + 40 yr + 40 yr + 40 yr + 40 yr + 40 yr + 40 yr + 40 yr + 40 yr + 40 yr + 40 yr +

M M M T T W W W F F F

8:00am-8:55am 10:00am-10:55am 9:00am-9:55am 9:00am-9:55am 10:00am-10:55am 10:00am-11:55am 8:00am-8:55am 9:00am-9:55am 9:00am-9:55am 10:00am-10:55am 8:00am-8:55am

Mar 24-May 26 Mar 24-May 26 Mar 24-May 26 Mar 25-May 27 Mar 25-May 27 Mar 26-May 28 Mar 26-May 28 Mar 26-May 28 Mar 28-May 30 Mar 28-May 30 Mar 28-May 30

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.


Gung Fu

26451 17 yr +

M/W

6:00pm-7:30pm

Mar 31-Jun 11

22 WPCC

Martinez

$70

Mar 31-Jun 11

22 WPCC

Martinez

$70

Intermediate/Advanced 26452 17 yr +

M/W

7:30pm-9:00pm

Photography (510) 881-6721 | info@photocentral.org | www.photocentral.org From beginning camera operation to advanced techniques our PhotoCentral program develops inspiration in photographic seeing! Our program is a collection of outstanding photographers and dedicated teachers who provide specialized knowledge and bring an enthusiasm for the art and techniques of photography. Classes are presented in a lively lecture/discussion format with plenty of time for questions and the showing and critique of photographs.

Open and Independent Lab Hours

Great Portraits Made Easy Lean the basics of a great portrait – lighting, posing, and relationship with subject. Our concentration will be on the classic portrait including lighting both natural and artificial. We will have live models and a field trip to photograph outside. Meet local vendors who show you how to showcase your work bringing samples of albums, photo books, frames, and giving information on local labs for processing and postproduction. After 30 years in the business of portrait photography, Russell Foote knows the secrets to getting a great portrait. Please bring camera and tripods to class. 26569 18 yr +

T

7:00pm-9:30pm

Apr 22-May 13

4

PhotoCentral

Foote

$99

Camera I – Camera and Lens Learn how to use your camera. We cover the fundamentals of digital and traditional cameras to make great pictures. Topics include camera selection, film and digital choices, lens choices, basic flash, filters and more. If you are looking to invest in a new camera, this course is a great resource in helping make an informed decision! Bring your camera or brochures for camera purchase to the first class. 26459 18 yr +

W

7:00pm-9:30pm

Apr 9-Apr 30

4

PhotoCentral

Knepp

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$89

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Mondays, 5:00pm-10:00pm or by appointment | (510) 881-6721 | info@photocentral.org Our darkroom and mounting facility is an excellent place for printing and preparing your photographs for presentation. Drop by during our open hours or call/email to set up another time. Use this time to move forward in your creative projects. Please note: classes are not offered on District holidays. Dark Room – PhotoCentral has a superb state-of-the-art black and white darkroom accommodating 35mm to 4x5 negatives. Each station is self-contained and includes shelves and light safe drawers for paper storage. All chemicals and equipment are included. Darkroom Fee: $5 per hour Digital Lab – Take a class or book open lab hours in our state-of-the-art digital lab. Equipment includes an Epson Stylus Pro 3880 for highest quality prints and enlarged negative printing, an Epson 9900 large format printer capable of 44 inch wide printing in both color and black and white, a Nikon 9000 scanner for negatives and slides and two Scanmaker 9800 12 x 17 flatbed scanners. Digital printing is an additional $20 per linear foot on the large format printer. Digital Lab Fee: $10 per hour Private Lessons – Call (510) 881-6721 or email info@photocentral.org to arrange. Private lessons, consultations and critiques are available with one of our talented PhotoCentral staff for all levels of photographer, including traditional processes, camera skills, digital techniques or any other one-on-one photo instruction that you desire. Explore a topic of your choice. Private Lessons: Two-hour minimum at a rate of $100 per hour.

Adults – Martial Arts/Photography

Gung-Fu is a total concept of mind, body and action where the body is used as a vehicle to train and develop the facilities of the mind. The basic principles of Gung-Fu are health, general ideas of self-defense and the art of movement. Beginners start with basic stance and forms of the Sil-Lum and Black Tiger styles. Advanced students continue training and learn forms from the Tiger-Claw, Sai-Pai and Tai-Chi and Gung-Fu weapon forms. Students are graded on a belt/knowledge system. Beginning

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Adults – Photography/Special Interest

Camera II – Making Pictures Add to your photographic toolbox by learning more about your camera. How do exposure controls and your lens selection impact the way your photos look? Dig deeper into the basics of composition and form as well. One evening will be spent in the field exploring the magic of night photography. 26460 18 yr +

W

7:00pm-9:30pm

May 7-May 28

4

PhotoCentral

Knepp

$89

Camera III – Developing the Photographic Eye Connect the craft of using a camera to making great pictures! Expand your understanding while learning artistic fundamentals. Define what makes a good picture and discover the power of composition. Focus on getting the pictures out of your camera and into print (or the web). Whether you want to print them directly at a retail store or apply the tools available in post-processing, we will help you make a decision then move along the proper path. 26461 18 yr +

W

7:00pm-9:30pm

Jun 4-Jun 25

4

PhotoCentral

Knepp

$89

Quick Take: Sharpening and Noise Reduction Take the mystery out of sharpening and noise reduction tools in Lightroom and Photoshop! Join nature photographer Joe Decker as he takes the confusion out of the confusing morass of sharpening tools available, using numerous real-life examples with both on-line and printed images to help build your intuition about getting the most from these tools. 26300 18 yr +

Su

5:30pm-8:30pm

Mar 30

1

TBA

Decker

$125

Sunol Wildflowers and Landscapes The Sunol Regional Wilderness is a landscape gem near to home. Join World of Color Artist Joe Decker for a magical day of exploration and insights into capturing the magic of the region with your camera. Additional locations may include the oak trees of the Calaveras reservoir and other architecture. View Joe’s work at: www.rockslidephoto.com. 26301 18 yr +

Su

9:30am-7:30pm

Apr 13

1

TBA

Decker

$125

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Mt. Diablo in Spring: After the Fire

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Visit this iconic peak in its season of renewal! The colors and flora of the season will be even more dramatic as the ecosystem recovers from the fires of late 2013. Plant life and wildflowers that need the intense heat of a firestorm to germinate should be at their peak. We’ll meet at PhotoCentral and discuss our day and techniques, then head out to the mountain. Plan to bring a picnic lunch. 26564 18 yr +

Sa

9:00am-6:00pm

May 10

1

TBA

Knepp

$125

Sunday Photo Group Gather with fellow photographers to share work and ideas in the New PhotoCentral Sunday Photo Group. This free event is a chance to share your photographs, experiences and build community with fellow photographers. The program meets the last Sunday of the month. Email Joe Decker at joedecker@gmail.com to get on the list and join this informal but highly informative gathering. Be sure to double check meeting dates with Joe before attending. 16 yr+

Su

1:00pm-4:00pm

Apr 27, May 18, Jun 29 PhotoCentral

Decker

FREE

Special Interest Easybridge! Especially for beginners and those wishing to improve their game. Learn to play bridge, exercise your mind, meet stimulating people and make friends. Lessons are ongoing in these weekly games for newcomers to bridge and those wanting to learn modern bridge methods. Games are ACBLsanctioned and award masterpoints. Presenter is an ACBL Life Master and accredited ACBL Easybridge Presenter and Director. 18 yr + 18 yr +

Th Sa

11:00am-3:30pm 11:00am-3:30pm

Mar 20-Jun 5 Mar 22-Jun 7

12 12

WPCC WPCC

Conrad/Hollowell Conrad/Hollowell

$8 $8

Lake Chabot Bridge Club Drop-in bridge. All welcome! Lake Chabot Bridge Club will be temporarily relocating to San Felipe Community Center from January 2-April 3, 2014 and will return to Castro Valley Community Center starting April 10, 2014. 18 yr +

Th

9:00am-12:00pm

Mar 20-Jun 5

12

SFCC

Staff

$2

Redwood Bridge Club ACBL-sanctioned Duplicate Bridge. Drop-in basis, masterpoints awarded. Terry’s “Tips for Tops” complimentary lesson offered 15 minutes prior to each Monday game. Instructor is an ACBL Gold Life Master and Accredited Star Teacher. 18 yr + 18 yr +

M W

11:45amm-3:30pm 11:15am-3:15pm

Mar 17-Jun 2 Mar 19-Jun 4

12 12

KASCC KASCC

Terzian Terzian

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$8 $8


San Felipe Bridge Club 18 yr +

F

10:30am-2:30pm

Mar 21-Jun 6

12

SFCC

Conrad/Dabney

$8

Writer’s Workshop Designed for creative writers of all ages. Beginner and experienced writers are welcome to work on assignments or to complete their own projects. Students discuss each other’s work, share ideas, get plenty of professional advice and form creative friendships. Class requirement: Passion for writing. Instructor is a published author. 26015 18 yr +

M

7:45pm-8:45pm

Mar 17-Apr 21

6

CVCC

Krasov

$135

The Art of Flower Pressing In these two sessions, learn how to preserve fresh blossoms to use in decorating note cards, bookmarks, and gift tags. Learn which flowers work best for pressing, where to find them, and when to cut them. Hands-on demonstrations and make spring treasures to take home. Please bring Fresh cut small blossoms, leaves, and grass; small sharp pointed scissors; and a thick phone book. 26402 10 yr + Sa 9:00am-11:00am Apr 19 & May 3 *$5 supplies fee payable to the instructor at the first class.

2

KASCC

Rett

$25*

Intermediate Sewing Increase your sewing knowledge while learning how to make a dress or a shirt with or without darts, buttonholes or zipper. Learn to sew sleeves, attach facing to the neckline, fuse interfacing, hem a garment, and how to read a pattern and make adjustments. Sewing machine required. Prerequisite: Beginning Sewing or must know how to sew. Students will be emailed the supply list prior to class. 26977 16 yr +

Sa

9:30am-12:30pm

Apr 12-May 10

5

KASCC

Ragbotra

$140

Adults – Special Interest/Sports/Tennis

ACBL- Sanctioned Duplicate Bridge offered to beginners through advanced level players. Game awards ACBL masterpoints. Free plays to winners in each direction. Instructor is a Silver Life Master.

Sports Sports Field and Gym Rentals – see page 59.

Adult Softball Leagues Leagues are offered in Men’s, Women’s and Co-Ed Slowpitch and Men’s Fastpitch. Teams that participated in H.A.R.D.’s 2013 Leagues will be mailed registration packets automatically. New teams should pick up their registration packet or call for one to be mailed to you.

Adult Soccer Leagues Year-round soccer leagues at the Alden E. Oliver Sports Park of Hayward are available. Two Men’s “Open,” and a “Women’s Over 30” league will be offered.

Adult Volleyball Leagues Teams that played during the 2013 season will receive their information automatically. New teams interested in playing should pick up their packets at the District Office or call the Adult Sports Office at (510) 317-2314.

Bocce Ball Leagues If you are interested in competing in a bocce ball league please call (510) 317-2303 to be placed on an interest list for future leagues. Leagues will be played at the Adobe Art Center in Castro Valley.

Tennis Social Tennis League These leagues are designed to allow community members like you to find hitting partners and competitive play without joining a competitive team. Women and men of all levels of play are welcome. 26581 18 yr +

W

7:00pm-9:00pm

Apr 9-Jun 25

12

BTTC

Lim

Mar 28-May 30

10

BTTC

Savich

$54

Friday Night Lights Doubles Training 26584 18 yr +

F

6:30pm-8:30pm

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$100

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Little or no previous experience or limited tennis playing experience. Students will learn basic grips and strokes (forehand, backhand, volley, serve, scoring and elements of game play). Bring a tennis racket and a can of new tennis balls to first class. 26603 18 yr + 26604 18 yr + 26605 18 yr +

Sa Su Su

9:00am-10:00am 10:00am-11:00am 10:00am-11:00am

Mar 29-May 31 Mar 30-Jun 1 Mar 23-Jun 1

10 10 10

BTTC BTTC CVCC

Lim Lim Savich

$120 $120 $125

Tennis – Advanced/Beginning Rating of 2.0 Some previous experience or those who can carry on a short rally. Emphasis on improving basic strokes, footwork and serving. Note: Beginner class is recommended before taking this class. Bring a tennis racket and a can of new tennis balls to first class. 26662 18 yr +

Sa

10:00am-11:00am

Mar 29-May 31

10

BTTC

Lim

$120

Lim Savich

$120 $125

Tennis Adults – Intermediate NTRP Rating of 3.0 Bring a tennis racket and a can of new tennis balls to first class. 26591 18 yr + 26592 18yr+

Su Su

9:00am-10:00am 11:15am-12:15pm

Mar 30-Jun 1 Mar 23-Jun 1

10 10

BTTC CVCC

Senior Active Adults

thrive HARD

Senior Active Adults | Adults – Tennis

Tennis – Beginner NTRP Rating of 1.0

Ages 50 Years + The Hayward Area Recreation and Park District Senior/Active Adult classes and programs are geared to all Adults 50 years of age and older. The following H.A.R.D. facilities offer recreational, social and educational programs and activities that enhance the lives of Senior/Active Adults with the goal of helping older adults remain healthy, be active and stay independent. Programs and special events are announced in the “Expanding Horizons,” a newsletter for Senior/Active Adults, available at Centers listed below: “Senior Satelite” Location: Hayward Area Senior Center (HASC) 22325 North Third Street, Hayward | (510) 881-6766 Ashland Community Center (ACC) Center Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:00pm 1530 167th Avenue, San Leandro | (510) 881-6755 Center Hours: Tuesday, 10:00am-1:00pm Kenneth C. Aitken Senior and Senior Programming also offered at: Community Center (KASCC) 17800 Redwood Road, Castro Valley | (510) 881-6738 Matt Jimenez Community Center (MJCC) Center Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:00pm 28200 Ruus Road, Hayward (510) 887-0400

Art Art and Painting 25843 50 yr + 25844 50 yr + 25845 50 yr +

W W W

9:30am-12:30pm 9:30am-12:30pm 9:30am-12:30pm

Apr 2-Apr 30 May 7-May 28 Jun 4-Jun 25

55 yr +

T

9:00am-11:30am

50 yr +

M

9:00am-12:00pm

Art of Drawing and Painting Caning and Refinishing Ceramics Low Fire

HASC HASC HASC

Gunn Gunn Gunn

$25 $20 $20

TBA

KASCC

Gunn

TBA

Ongoing

KASCC

Stallknecht

HASC HASC HASC

Shaw Shaw Shaw

25852 50 yr + Th 12:00pm-2:00pm Apr 3-Apr 24 25853 50 yr + Th 12:00pm-2:00pm May 1-May 29 25854 50 yr + Th 12:00pm-2:00pm Jun 5-Jun 26 *Material fee $5-$10 payable to instructor at first class meeting.

5 4 4

4 5 4

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$1 drop-in $20* $25* $20*


Chinese Brush Painting-Senior F

9:00am-11:00am

Ongoing

HASC

To

$5 drop-in

50 yr + 50 yr +

W T

12:30pm-3:00pm 11:00am-12:45pm

Ongoing Ongoing

KASCC HASC

Belzer Volunteer

$1 drop-in $1 drop-in

26076 45 yr +

Th

12:00pm-3:00pm

Mar 20-Mar 27

2

KASCC

Seitz

$25

Apr 7-Apr 28 May 5-May 19 Jun 2-Jun 30

4 3 5

HASC HASC HASC

Kliest Kliest Kliest

$20* $15* $25*

KASCC

Volunteer

HASC HASC HASC

Underwood Underwood Underwood

Crochet and Knitting

Jewelry Making – Fun with Weaving Beads! Mosaic Tile Art

M 9:30am-12:00pm 25954 50 yr + 25955 50 yr + M 9:30am-12:00pm 25956 50 yr + M 9:30am-12:00pm *Material fee $5-$10 payable to instructor at first class.

Needle Art 50 yr +

F

9:00am-12:30pm

One Stroke Decorative Painting 25855 50 yr + T 9:00am-11:00am 25856 50 yr + T 9:00am-11:00am 25857 50 yr + T 9:00am-11:00am *Material fee $5 payable to instructor at first class.

Ongoing Apr 1-Apr 29 May 6-May 27 Jun 3-Jun 24

5 4 4

$1 drop-in $25* $20* $20*

Quilting for Seniors 50 yr +

Th

9:00am-12:00pm

Ongoing

HASC

Volunteer

$2 drop-in

50 yr +

T

12:30pm-3:30pm

Ongoing

HASC

Volunteer

$2 drop-in

50 yr +

T/W/Th

9:00am-3:00pm

Ongoing

HASC

Volunteer

$2 drop-in

HASC

Rocha

$6 drop-in $6 drop-in

Wood Carving

Woodworking and Crafts

Senior Active Adults

50 yr +

Dance and Music 50 yr +

Sat

7:00pm-10:00pm

Mar 29 & May 31

50 yr +

Sun

1:00pm-4:00pm

Mar 30

1

HASC

Nicolaus

25929 50 yr + 25930 50 yr + 25931 50 yr +

T T T

7:00pm-8:00pm 7:00pm-8:00pm 7:00pm-8:00pm

Apr 1-Apr 29 May 6-May 27 Jun 3-Jun 24

5 4 4

HASC HASC HASC

Rocha Rocha Rocha

$25 $20 $20

25932 50 yr + 25933 50 yr + 25934 50 yr +

T T T

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

Apr 1-Apr 29 May 6-May 27 Jun 3-Jun 24

5 4 4

HASC HASC HASC

Rocha Rocha Rocha

$25 $20 $20

25877 50 yr + 25878 50 yr + 25879 50 yr +

M M M

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

Apr 7-Apr 28 May 5-Jun 2 Jun 9-Jun 30

4 4 4

HASC HASC HASC

DeNike DeNike DeNike

$20 $20 $20

50 yr +

Th

11:00am-12:15pm

Ongoing

KASCC

Hanan

$3 drop-in

50 yr +

Th

10:30am-12:00pm

Ongoing

HASC

Volunteer

$3 drop-in

50 yr +

T (1st, 3rd, 5th) 2:00pm-4:00pm

Ongoing

HASC

Volunteer

$1 drop-in

M

10:00am-11:30am

Ongoing

HASC

Nicolaus

$3.50 drop-in

10:00am-11:30am 7:00pm-8:30pm

Ongoing Ongoing

HASC HASC

Nicolaus Clayton

$3.50 drop-in $4 drop-in $3.50 drop-in

5th Sunday Afternoon Line Dance Ballroom Dance – Beginning Ballroom Dance – Intermediate Folk Dance for Seniors Hawaiian Hula Dance Hula-n-ukulele Ukulele – Practice Line Dance Beginning 50 yr +

Advanced Beginning 50 yr + 50 yr +

F M

Beginning-Intermediate 50 yr +

T

10:00am-12:00pm

Ongoing

KASCC

Nocera

W

7:00pm-8:30pm

Ongoing

HASC

Marez

All Levels 50 yr +

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$4 drop-in

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Country, R&B, and Soul Line Dance Beginning 50 yr +

W

10:00am-11:30am

Mar 19-Jun 11

MJCC

Jones

$3 drop-in

Intermediate/Advanced 50 yr + 50 yr +

M F

10:00am-11:30am 10:00am-11:30am

Mar 17-Jun 9 Mar 21-Jun 13

MJCC MJCC

Jones Jones

$3 drop-in $3 drop-in

Sa

10:00am-11:30am

Mar 22-Jun 14

MJCC

Jones

$4 drop-in

M

10:00am-11:30am

Ongoing

KASCC

Graban

Free

50 yr +

Th

10:00am-11:30am

Ongoing

HASC

Herman

Free

50 yr +

W

1:00pm-2:30pm

Ongoing

KASCC

Volunteer

55 yr +

Th

9:30am-11:30am

TBA

KASCC

Wedemyer

50 yr +

M

2:00pm-3:00pm

Ongoing

KASCC

Zigenis

$1 drop-in

50 yr + 50 yr +

F Su

6:00pm-7:30pm 3:00pm-6:00pm

Ongoing Jun 8

1

HASC HASC

Lucas Lucas

$4 drop-in $6 drop-in

M M

1:30pm-2:30pm 1:30pm-2:30pm

Mar 17-Apr 7 Apr 21-May 12

4 4

CVPA-2 CVPA-2

CVPA Staff CVPA Staff

$20 $20

Th Th

1:00pm-2:00pm 1:00pm-2:00pm

Mar 20-Apr 10 Apr 24-May 15

4 4

CVPA-2 CVPA-2

CVPA Staff CVPA Staff

$20 $20

W W W

6:00pm-7:00pm 6:00pm-7:00pm 6:00pm-7:00pm

Apr 2-Apr 30 May 7-May 21 Jun 4-Jun 18

3 3 3

HASC HASC HASC

Kamai-Paler Kamai-Paler Kamai-Paler

$15 $15 $15

W W W

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

Apr 2-Apr 30 May 7-May 21 Jun 4-Jun 18

3 3 3

HASC HASC HASC

Kamai-Paler Kamai-Paler Kamai-Paler

$15 $15 $15

Jean Jean Jean

$25 $20 $20

Senior Active Adults

All levels 50 yr +

Live Band Dance The Four Happy Notes 50 yr +

3-Piece Band

Operas and Ballet for Music Lovers Piano/Organ/Keyboard Basics Senior Sing-Along Soul Line Dance Tap Dance

$1 drop-in TBA

Adult Tap I 25866 50 yr + 25867 50 yr +

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25865 50 yr + 25864 50 yr +

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Ukulele Beginning 25959 50 yr + 25960 50 yr + 25961 50 yr +

Advanced 25962 50 yr + 25963 50 yr + 25964 50 yr +

Health and Fitness Breathe, Meditate, Heal 25868 50 yr + 25869 50 yr + 25870 50 yr +

W W W

2:15pm-3:15pm 2:15pm-3:15pm 2:15pm-3:15pm

Apr 2-Apr 30 May 7-May 28 Jun 4-Jun 25

5 4 4

60 yr +

M/W/F

11:30am-12:30pm

Apr 2-Jun 30

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55 yr +

W/F

8:00am-10:00am

TBA

50 yr +

Th

3:00pm-3:30pm

55 yr +

W/F

50 yr + 50 yr +

Exercise for Frail Seniors

Volunteer

FREE

KASCC

Nohr

$TBA

Ongoing

KASCC

Volunteer

10:00am-11:15am

TBA

KASCC

Farrell

T F

10:00am-11:00am 10:00am-11:15am

Ongoing Ongoing

HASC KASCC

Volunteer Volunteer

W W W

1:00pm-2:00pm 1:00pm-2:00pm 1:00pm-2:00pm

Apr 2-Apr 30 May 7-May 28 Jun 4-Jun 25

HASC HASC HASC

Jean Jean Jean

Fitness for Active Adults/Seniors Laugh Yoga

Nice & Easy Movement QiGong (Practice)

Stretch and Strength 25871 50 yr + 25872 50 yr + 25873 50 yr +

HASC HASC HASC

5 4 4

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$1 drop-in TBA $1 drop-in $1 drop-in $25 $20 $20


Tai Chi Chih – All Levels 25889 25886 25890 25887 25891 25888

Th F Th F Th F

9:00am-10:00am 9:30am-10:30am 9:00am-10:00am 9:30am-10:30am 9:00am-10:00am 9:30am-10:30am

Apr 3-Apr 24 Apr 4-Apr 25 May 1-May 29 May 2-May 30 Jun 5-Jun 26 Jun 6-Jun 27

HASC HASC HASC HASC HASC HASC

McAlister Triggs McAlister Triggs McAlister Triggs

$16 $16 $20 $20 $16 $16

50 yr +

Th

10:00am-11:00am

Ongoing

KASCC

Volunteer

$2 drop-in

60 yr + 60 yr +

Th M

10:00am-12:00pm 12:30pm-4:00pm

By appt. By appt.

HASC KASCC

Volunteer Volunteer

FREE FREE

50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr +

Th M Th M M Th

6:00pm-7:00pm 8:45am-9:45am 6:00pm-7:00pm 8:45am-9:45am 8:45am-9:45am 6:00pm-7:00pm

Apr 3-Apr 24 Apr 7-Apr 28 May 1-May 29 May 5-May 19 Jun 2-Jun 30 Jun 5-Jun 26

4 4 5 3 5 4

HASC HASC HASC HASC HASC HASC

Jean Korzun Jean Korzun Korzun Jean

$40 $20 $50 $15 $25 $40

T T T

9:30am-10:30am 9:30am-10:30am 9:30am-10:30am

Apr 1-Apr 29 May 6-May 27 Jun 3-Jun 24

5 4 4

KASCC KASCC KASCC

Pasic-Tran Pasic-Tran Pasic-Tran

$25 $20 $20

60 yr +

W

11:00am-11:30am

Apr 9-Jul 2

13

ACC

50 yr +

Th

1:30pm-2:30pm

Ongoing

50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr +

T F F T T F

8:45am-9:45am 2:50pm-3:50pm 2:50pm-3:50pm 8:45am-9:45am 8:45am-9:45am 2:50pm-3:50pm

Apr 1-Apr 29 Apr 4-Apr 25 May 2-May 30 May 6-May 27 Jun 3-Jun 24 Jun 6-Jun 27

Tai Chi Chuan – Advanced 10 Minute Massage Yoga 25919 25916 25920 25917 25918 25921

Restorative Yoga 25924 50 yr + 25925 50 yr + 25927 50 yr +

Walk Ashland

Yuan Chih (Chinese Aerobics) Zumba Gold

FREE

KASCC

Low

$1 drop-in

5 4 5 4 4 4

HASC HASC HASC HASC HASC HASC

Alcantar Alcantar Alcantar Alcantar Alcantar Alcantar

$25 $20 $25 $20 $20 $20

Language French – Conversational 25881 50 yr + 25882 50 yr + 25883 50 yr +

W W W

10:00am-11:30am 10:00am-11:30am 10:00am-11:30am

Apr 2-Apr 30 May 7-May 28 Jun 4-Jun 25

5 4 4

HASC HASC HASC

Avellar Avellar Avellar

$25 $20 $20

T

1:00pm-2:00pm

Apr 8-Jun 24

12

HASC

Volunteer

$10

T

2:00pm-3:00pm

Apr 8-Jun 24

12

HASC

Volunteer

$10

German – Conversational for Seniors German I 25884 50 yr +

German II 25885 50 yr +

Special Interest/Computers/Cultural Enrichment Books and Conversation 50 yr +

M

10:00am-11:00am

Ongoing

26351 50 yr +

M

12:30pm-2:00pm

May 5-Jun 2

26380 50 yr + 26381 50 yr +

M M

2:15pm-3:45pm 2:15pm-3:45pm

26353 50 yr + 26364 50 yr +

M M

12:30pm-2:00pm 12:30pm-2:00pm

Computer – Beginning Computer – Facebook

Computer – Internet Plus

KASCC

Volunteer

4

HASC

DeNike

$20

Apr 14-Apr 28 Jun 16-Jun 30

3 3

HASC HASC

DeNike DeNike

$15 $15

Apr 7-Apr 28 Jun 9-Jun 30

4 4

HASC HASC

DeNike DeNike

$20 $20

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

$1 drop-in

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4 4 5 5 4 4

Senior Active Adults

50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr +

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Cooking Classes Taught by Executive/Private Chef

Senior Active Adults

Private chef will teach the art of cooking main dishes, appetizers, desserts and more. Focus will be on seasonal, homemade dishes, using fresh and local ingredients. Desserts: Variety! – Tiramisu, Fruit Tarts, Chocolate Tortes, Éclairs. Start to finish scratch production. There will be an abundance to take home. Have a weekend dessert party. 26915 18 yr +

Sa

10:00am-2:00pm

Mar 29 & May 10 2

KASCC

Hart

$60*

Apr 26 & May 10 2

KASCC

Hart

$60*

KASCC

Volunteer

HASC HASC

Foote Foote

KASCC

Martin

Desserts: Cakes! 26916 18 yr + Sa 3:00pm-7:00pm *$20 materials fee due to instructor at first class.

Current Events 50 yr +

Th

1:30pm-3:00pm

Ongoing

T T

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm

Apr 15 May 20

Th

2:45pm-3:45pm

Jan 16-Apr 24

26479 55 yr+ 26480 55 yr+ 26481 55 yr+

T T T

9:30am-11:30am 9:30am-11:30am 9:30am-11:30am

Apr 1-Apr 29 May 6-May 27 Jun 3-Jun 24

4 4 4

MJCC MJCC MJCC

Nohr Nohr Nohr

$25 $20 $20

26075 50 yr +

Th

10:00am-12:00pm

Mar 20-Jun 5

11

KASCC

Volunteer

$12

60 yr +

T

9:30am-1:30pm

Apr 1-Jun 24

13

ACC

50 yr +

T

12:30pm-2:30pm

Ongoing

KASCC

Volunteer

$1 drop-in

50 yr +

Th

1:45pm-2:45pm

Jan 16-Apr 24

KASCC

Martin

$4 drop-in

Digital Photography – Travel Photography 25952 50 yr + 25953 50 yr +

Meditation for Health 50 yr +

Memory Academy

1 1

Senior Scribes: Write to Exercise Your Brain Senior Tuesdays

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$1 drop-in $20 $20 $3 drop-in

Free

Sports/Games/Cards Badminton 50 yr +

W

8:30am-11:00am

Ongoing

HASC

Volunteer

$1 drop-in

50 yr + 50 yr +

M-F M-F

8:30am-4:00pm 8:30am-4:00pm

Ongoing Ongoing

KASCC HASC

Volunteer Volunteer

$1 drop-in $1 drop-in

50 yr + 50 yr +

T M/Th

1:15pm-3:30pm 1:15pm-3:30pm

Ongoing Ongoing

KASCC HASC

Volunteer Volunteer

$1.50-$11.50 $1.50-$11.50

50 yr + 50 yr +

F W

12:00pm-4:00pm 12:00pm-4:00pm

Ongoing Ongoing

KASCC HASC

Volunteer Volunteer

$1 drop-in 50¢ drop-in

50 yr +

M/T

9:00am-12:00pm

Ongoing

KASCC

Volunteer

50¢ drop-in

50 yr +

M-F

12:30pm-4:00pm

Ongoing

HASC

Volunteer

50¢ drop-in

50 yr +

Th

1:00pm-4:00pm

Ongoing

HASC

Volunteer

50¢ drop-in

50 yr +

T-F

10:00am-4:00pm

Ongoing

KASCC

Volunteer

50¢ drop-in

50 yr + 50 yr + 50 yr +

T/Th T/W F

10:00am-1:00pm 1:00pm-4:00pm 11:00am-4:00pm

Mar 18-Jun 12 Ongoing Ongoing

Staff Volunteer Volunteer

$1 drop-in $1.50 drop-in $1.50 drop-in

Billiards Bingo

Bridge – Drop-in Duplicate Party

Chess

Mahjong(Chinese Style) Pinochle

Table Tennis

39 MJCC HASC HASC

See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.


Senior Social Tennis League These leagues are designed to allow community members like you to find hitting partners and competitive play without joining a competitive team. Women and men of all levels of play are welcome. 26580 55 yr + 26582 55 yr + 26583 55 yr +

W/F W F

9:30am-11:30am 9:30am-11:30am 9:30am-11:30am

Mar 26-May 30 Mar 26-May 28 Mar 28-May 30

20 BTTC 10 BTTC 10 BTTC

Savich Savich Savich

$80 $40 $40

Spectrum Luncheons – Reservations must be made by 12:00noon the previous business day. Reservations can be made in person or by calling the Senior Center. Chef Salad can be substituted for any lunch entree everyday. Hamburgers are available alternatives on soup days. 50 yr + 50 yr +

M-F M-Th

12:00pm-1:00pm 12:00pm-1:00pm

Ongoing Ongoing

HASC KASCC

$3.75 suggested donation $3.75 suggested donation

Mercy Brown Bag Program – Mercy Retirement and Care Center distributes a bag of nutritional food to low-income seniors. Participants must pre-qualify. 60 yr + 60 yr +

M (2nd, 4th) 8:30am-9:30am F (2nd, 4th) 1:00pm-2:00pm

Apr 7-Jun 9 Ongoing

ACC HASC

Pre-register by calling (510) 534-8540 ext. 369. Register on site.

FREE FREE

MJCC Healthy Aging Program of Hayward – The Afghan Elderly Association is providing a healthy aging program that includes exercise classes, yoga, diabetes class, health education workshops, medication management, weight management program and a nutritional lunch and is open to seniors of all races, ethnicities, religions and nationalities. No class the 2nd Thursday of each month. 50 yr +

Th

10:00am-2:00pm

Mar 20-Jun 12

MJCC

AEA Staff

Senior Active Adults

Senior Social Services

$2 drop-in

Senior Deaf Group – This group meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at Hayward Senior Center. Meets for socialization, potluck and Dingo game. Participants are Deaf and use ASL. 50 yr +

T (2nd & 4th) 10:00am-3:00pm

Ongoing

HASC

FREE

60 yr +

T

9:30am-1:30pm

Apr 1-Jun 24

ACC

FREE

Golden Nook Boutique Gift Shop Handmade items for sale by talented seniors in our community. Located at the Hayward Area Senior Center, (between the Japanese Gardens and Douglas Morrisson Theatre). Great shopping opportunity for unique and affordable gifts. We are also seeking new artists to sell handmade items. Sales are on commission; this is a great opportunity to make a little extra money. Call for hours, directions or more information, (510) 881-6766.

Seminars and Workshops The Senior Centers strive to keep you healthy, active and independent. The Senior Centers maintain an up to date information and referral file. The Senior Center staff also schedule Blood Pressure Screenings, Legal Assistance, Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy, Income Tax Assistance, Health Screenings that include foot care, Brown Bag Food Distribution for low-income seniors and much more. Both Senior Centers offer seminars and workshops such as AARP Driver Safety Program, Medicare and Retirement seminars. In addition we offer a “Welcome and Get Acquainted” Program for new participants. Call the Senior Center for more information.

Trips and Tours Experience local, regional and international trips with the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District. Local day trips are taken on a regular basis from the Hayward and the Kenneth Aitken Senior Centers. Trip destinations include San Francisco, Monterey, local gardens and museums and more. Trips are also planned to local casinos such as Black Oak and Red Hawk! America’s Cowboy Country: June 3-10, 2014 – Highlights: Choice of Wildlife Float Trip or Whitewater Rafting on Snake River, Jackson Hole Rodeo, Grand Tetons, Yellowstone National Park, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Deadwood, Crazy Horse Memorial, Badlands National Park, Mt. Rushmore. Tour operated by Collette Vacations. Rates start at $2,799. Call (510) 881-6768 for more information. Rockies Rail Highlights: September 14-21, 2014 – Highlights: Banff, Yoho National Park, Icefields Parkway, Jasper, VIA Rail’s The Canadian, Vancouver. Tour operated by Collette Vacations. Rates start at $3,549. Call (510) 881-6768 for more information. See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

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Ashland Senior Tuesdays – This is a free program for older adults providing an array of activities designed to promote health and well-being. Activities include Bingo, coffee social, exercise, Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP), Healthy Living Council, low-cost lunch and wellness classes. Register on-site. Participants must register and sign liability waiver to participate. Call (510) 881-6755 for more information.

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HARD Sorensdale Recreation Center Spring Quarter: March 17-June 9, 2014 Program Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm Center Closed: March 31, April 10 & 11 (Spring Break) May 26 (Memorial Day)

SPRING 2014 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

The Sorensdale Recreation Center is a facility and program of the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District. The primary purpose of the program is to provide opportunities for people with an intellectual disability (i.e., developmental disabilities) to learn and practice recreational, educational, daily living and community skills. Other criteria for program participants include: being 22 years old or older or being between the ages of 18 and 22 and possessing a high school diploma; having the ability to independently feed oneself; having the ability to independently toilet oneself; and having no history of physical aggression. Program activities include functional literacy, functional math, computer skills, job preparation skills, communication skills, personal health skills, physical fitness, gardening, arts and crafts, performing arts and music. Life skills learned in the classroom are practiced in the community.

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The geographic service area is Central Alameda County which includes Hayward, Castro Valley, San Lorenzo, and San Leandro. We will also accept applications on behalf of residents of Southern Alameda County; Fremont, Newark and Union City. The fee is $296 per month for residents or vendorization through The Regional Center of the East Bay. An application process must be completed before entry into the program.

Treasure Chest Thrift Shop Sorensdale Recreation Center, Room 9 275 Goodwin Street, Hayward Open Tuesdays and the 1st Saturday of each month from 11:00am-3:00pm Stop by our shop, you may find that special treasure you’ve been looking for. We also accept donations Monday-Friday 9:00am-3:00pm.

Call (510) 881-6778 for more information or directions.

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22311 North Third Street, Hayward | (510) 881-6777 In continuous operation since 1979, the Douglas Morrisson Theatre offers year-round entertainment for the entire family through a season of plays, musicals, and choral concerts. We also offer numerous opportunities to get involved with your local theater as a performer or part of a production crew. For season calendars, schedules, directions, sneak peeks backstage, volunteer opportunities and more, please visit www.dmtonline.org.

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by Roald Dahl April 4 through April 6, 2014 Friday and Saturday at 8:00pm Sunday at 2:00pm Saturday, April 5 at 2:00pm with post-show discussion Join James and his insect friends as they embark on a wildly enchanting and magical journey – an epic adventure on a giant peach they’ll never forget. Please note: All “James” performances will be held at the CSU East Bay University Theatre building, 25800 Carlos Bee Boulevard, Hayward. General Admission ticketing for this event. Seating for all performances is unassigned.

“MTC Unplugged”

Bare Bones Tuesdays

April 1 at 8:00pm Join us for the first production in our 2014 staged reading series: edgier pieces by contemporary writers. No tech stuff – just the words and the stories. Play to be announced.

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Order tickets online at www.dmtonline.org or by phone at (510) 881-6777. Special Discounts Available for Groups of 10 or More! For information about group sales, please call the theatre box office at (510) 881-6777.

Join the Chorus! The Chorus is open to all singers ages 18 and older. No audition is required. The Chorus is limited to 25 sopranos, 25 altos, 25 tenors and 25 basses. The Chorus is actively seeking tenors and basses! 26951 26952 26953 26954

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An acoustic concert of music from the Stage March 28 & 29 at 8:00pm and March 30 at 3:00pm Please note: All “MTC Unplugged” performances will be held at Faith Lutheran Church, 20080 Redwood Road, Castro Valley. General Admission ticketing for this event. Seating for all performances is unassigned.

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Skywest Golf Course 1401 Golf Course Road, Hayward | (510) 317-2300 | www.skywestgc.com

Mission Hills of Hayward Golf Course 275 Industrial Parkway, Hayward | (510) 888-0200 | www.missionhillsgc.com

Facilities – Golf

Golf Course Policies • All players are expected to keep up with the group in front of them. Our golf course Marshals will enforce our Pace of Play Policy with all groups. • No children under 6 years of age allowed on golf course unless they are players. • No ice chests allowed. • Only non-metal spikes are allowed. • Shirt and shoes required.

Golf Tournaments Tournaments are available for groups of 16 or more. Please call (510) 317-2325 for inquiries on Tournaments for all facilities.

Tee Time Reservation For Golf Course information, monthly specials and discount Tee Time rates please visit our Web Site at www.haywardrec.org or www.skywestgc.com and/or www.missionhillsgc.com. Skywest Driving Range opens at daylight every day.

Come Visit the Finest Driving Range in the Bay Area!

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(510) 881-6730 • Double Deck 50-Stall Driving Range • State-of-the-Art Bunker Lighting • Fully Stocked Golf Shop • Golf Lessons Driving Range Fees Range Cards Small $6 50 balls $50 ($60 value) Medium $10 100 balls $100 ($125 value) Large $12 150 balls

Skywest Golf Course Pavilion Imagine the possibilities . . .

Golf Tournaments | Special Occasions Weddings | Family Activities | Birthdays Corporate Events | Anniversaries

Call (510) 317-2325 Sherman Balch Clubhouse Located at Mission Hills of Hayward Golf Course 275 Industrial Parkway, Hayward | (510) 940-8969

L.A. Critzer Jr. Clubhouse Located at Skywest Golf Course 1401 Golf Course Road, Hayward | (510) 278-8811

Serving Golfers and General Public Breakfast • Lunch • Appetizers • Full Service Bar Open 7 days a week, 7:00am to Dusk


Facilities for Rent Community Parks and Facilities

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Picnic Site Reservations

Skywest Golf Course Pavilion Imagine the possibilities — Special occasions, anniversaries, weddings, family activities, birthdays, corporate events and golf tournament catering. For elite catering call (510) 278-8811. For rentals call Skywest Golf Course (510) 317-2325.

Tennis Court Reservations All tennis courts are available at no charge on a first come, first served basis unless reserved (see pages 61-63 for locations). Fees for tennis court reservations are $9 per hour per court. Court reservations can be made by phone at (510) 881-6700. $2 fee charged for each change/cancellation.

Sports Field and Gym Rentals Practices, Leagues and Tournaments — Groups interested in reserving an indoor gym for basketball or volleyball use, or an outdoor sports field for practices, leagues or tournament play, can contact the Adult Sports Office at (510) 317-2314. The District has a wide range of facilities capable of accommodating a variety of special sporting events, leagues and tournaments.

Skywest Golf Course Pavilion

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The vast majority of our parks feature picnic sites which are available on a first come-first served basis (see pages 61-63). To better accommodate group picnic use we also will reserve sites at 13 of our parks. The parks are: Alden E. Oliver Sports Park of Hayward, Memorial Park (picnic site), Cannery Park, Mt. Eden Park, Carlos Bee Park, Rowell Ranch, Castro Valley Community Park, San Felipe Community Park, East Avenue Park, San Lorenzo Community Park, Kennedy Park, Weekes Community Park, and Meek Park. No Jumpers allowed, please. Fee charges vary according to area. Non resident fees may be applicable. For reservation information please call the Recreation District Office at (510) 881-6700. Picnic Rainout Policy: In the case of heavy rain at the park and your picnic is rained out, please call the District Office, (510) 8816700 within three business days after the date of the scheduled picnic to request a client credit or refund. You may reschedule your picnic reservation for another available date. Should you prefer a refund and the original payment was made by cash or check, a check will be issued by our Accounting Department within 2-3 weeks. If the original payment was made by credit card, a credit will be issued to the card. Sorry, no cash refunds.

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Community Parks and Facilities are available for private use for wedding receptions, parties, meetings, exhibits, socials, and other rentals. Priorities for use and fees are based upon the type of group, organization or individual requesting the reservation. A minimum of 30 days advance notice is required when requesting a rental. In addition to community centers, rentals are available for swim centers, barbeque picnic areas, Rowell Ranch Rodeo Grounds, and birthday party areas. Meek Estate West Terrace will provide a beautiful venue for a small wedding or event in an historic setting. For all rental information please call the Recreation District Office at (510) 881-6700 or visit www.haywardrec.org.

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Facilities – Dog Parks | Kennedy Park SPRING 2014 | GREATER HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK FOUNDATION | (510) 881-6700

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Kennedy Park Recreation Area 19501 Hesperian Blvd., Hayward

Family Fun Activities Kennedy Park has all the right ingredients for a great family picnic! • • • • •

Express Train Ride • Snack Bar Tennis Courts • Playground Merry-Go-Round • Picnic Areas** Horseshoe Courts • Bounce* Triple Pines Ranch Petting Zoo

Kennedy Park Merry-Go-Round.

Concessions are open weekends, school vacations, and most holidays, 11:30am-4:30pm, weather permitting. Train ride . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2 Merry-go-round . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2 Bounce* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2 Triple Pines Ranch Petting Zoo . . . . . . . . .$2 Special $5 discount ticket includes 3-$2 admissions for the train, petting zoo, Bounce,* or merry-go-round. For additional savings you may purchase 25-$2 admissions for $35. *Bounce open on selected weekend dates. **For picnic area reservation information, call (510) 881-6700.

For information call (510) 670-7275 or email: parkdept@haywardrec.org

Applications for part-time Park Ranger positions now available.

Get your BARK ON and visit a local Dog Park! The following District facilities have off-leash Dog Parks: n Earl Warren Park 4660 Crow Canyon Road, Castro Valley n Edendale Dog Park 16278 Ashland Avenue, San Lorenzo n Eden Greenway XI Contessa Street and Boca Raton Street, Hayward n San Lorenzo Community Park 1970 Via Buena Vista, San Lorenzo Coming soon! Hampton Road Dog Park

Need a gift for that special person? Give the gift of recreation! Gift certificates are available at the District office, or call (510) 881-6700.


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Adobe Adobe Center Adobe Park 20395 San Miguel, CV ARAN Arans Art Studio 3313 Village Dr., CV Arroyo High School 15701 Lorenzo, SLz AEOSP Alden E. Oliver Sports Park 2580 Eden Park Pl., Hay ASC Arroyo Swim Center 15701 Lorenzo, SLz ACC Ashland Community Center 1530 167th, SL BTTC BTP Bay Trees Tennis Park 19855 Cull Canyon, CV Bechtel Mini Park 22798 Ross Place, Hay BGCR Bermuda Gardens 1475 167th Ave., SL Bidwell Park 175 Fairway, Hay Birchfield Park Santa Clara & Winton, Hay Bohannon School 800 Bockman, SLz Brenkwitz School 2560 Darwin, Hay Bret Harte School 1047 “E” St., Hay BURB Burbank School 353 “B” St., Hay CANP Cannery Park 125 “B” St., Hay Canyon Middle School 1960 Cull Canyon, CV Canyon View Park Farm Hill & Daisy, Hay Carlos Bee Park 1905 Grove, CV Castro Valley Creek Park 3600 Norbridge, CV Castro Valley High School California, CV CVL Castro Valley Library 3600 Norbridge, CV CVPA-1 Castro Valley Performing Arts 3738 CV Blvd., CV CVPA-2 Castro Valley Performing Arts 3574 Somerset Ave., CV CVSC Castro Valley Swim Center Mabel, CV CVCC Castro Valley Park Community Center CVTC CV Tennis Courts 18988 Lake Chabot, CV Centennial Park 24000 Amador, Hay CFD Center for the Dance 20391 Anita, CV Cherryland Park 198 Grove, Hay Children’s Park at Giuliani Plaza Mission Blvd. & “D” St., Hay Christian Penke Park Tahoe & Morningside, Hay College Heights Park 27020 Fielding, Hay Colonial Acres School 17115 Meekland, Hay CONHS Conley-Caraballo High School 541 Blanche, Hay Dance Co Dance Company 1585 “B” St., Hay Deerview Park 5780 Thousand Oaks, CV Del Rey Park Bockman & Channel, SLz DMT Douglas Morrisson Theatre 22311 North Third St., Hay EAABs Martial Arts Studio, 1252 “A” St., Hay Earl Warren Park 4660 Crow Canyon, CV EAP East Avenue Park 3221 East Ave., Hay East Avenue School 2474 East Ave., Hay Eden Greenway Cypress & Harder, Hay Eden Greenway XI Contessa & Sleepyhollow, Hay Edendale Park 16278 Ashland, SLz EMS Edendale Middle School, 16160 Ashland, SLz EHCR Eden House 1601 165th Ave., SL Eldridge Park Hamric & Rieger, Hay El Rancho Verde Field 32001 Trevor, Hay El Rancho Verde Park 541 Blanche, Hay Fairmont Linear Park Fairmont & East 14th, SL Fairmont Terrace Park 2091 Manchester, SL Fairview Park 2841 Romagnola, Hay

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Fairway Greens Park 30504 Vanderbilt, Hay Í ÍÍ FHPS Fairview Hills Preschool 2841 Romagnolo, Hay FCP Five Canyons Park ÍÍÍÍÍÍ Í 25847 Five Canyons Pkwy., CV Gansberger Park Kay & Calaroga, Hay ÍÍÍÍ GOESP Gordon E. Oliver Eden Shores Park ÍÍÍÍ ÍÍ 2841 Seahaven Ct., Hay Greenbelt Trails Ward Creek Canyon, Hay Í Í Í Greenridge Park 6132 Greenridge, CV Í ÍÍÍÍ Greenwood Park Eden & Middle, Hay Í ÍÍ Harder School Harder & Whitman, Hay Í Í Í Haymont Mini Park Collete & Luvena, Hay Í Í HASC Hayward Area Senior Center Í 22325 North Third St., Hay HSIC Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center ÍÍ 4901 Breakwater, Hay Hayward High School 1633 East Ave., Hay Í Hayward Plunge 24176 Mission Blvd., Hay Hesperian Park 620 Drew, SLz Í ÍÍ Hillcrest Knolls Park 150th & Van, SL Í Í Hot Box Yoga 22433 Foothill Blvd., Hay Independent School 4070 E. Castro Valley Blvd., CV Í J. A. Lewis Park 28630 Hayward Blvd., Hay Í ÍÍ Í Jack Holland Sr. Park 16301 E. 14th St., SL Í ÍÍ Í Jalquin Vista Park 28846 Bay Heights, Hay Í Í Japanese Gardens North Third & Crescent Bl., Hay Í Jazzy Crafts 3325 Castro Valley Blvd., CV KP Kennedy Park 19501 Hesperian, Hay KASCC Kenneth C. Aitken Senior/Com. Center 17800 Redwood, CV KGCR Kent Gardens 16450 Kent, SL Lakeridge Park 23333 Lakeridge, Hay La Placita Mini Park El Dorado & Sonoma, Hay Laurel Park 2652 Vergil, CV Longwood Park Leonardo & Reed, Hay Marshall School 20111 Marshall, CV MMAC Maoli Martial Arts Center 21615 Hesperian Blvd., Hay Martin Luther King Field 26890 Holly Hill, Hay MJCC Matt Jimenez Community Center 28200 Ruus, Hay MPTC McConaghy Park Tennis Courts McConaghy Park 18701 Hesperian Blvd., SLz Meek Park 240 Hampton, Hay West Terrace MTC Memorial Park Tennis Courts Memorial Park 24176 Mission, Hay MMTC Mervin Morris Park Tennis Courts Mervin Morris Park Nielsen & Grant, SLz MHDR Mission Hills/Hayward Driving Range 225 Industrial Parkway West, Hay Mission Hills of Hayward Golf Course 275 Industrial Parkway West, Hay Mt. Eden High School 2300 Panama, Hay METC Mt. Eden Tennis Courts Mt. Eden Park 2451 W. Tennyson, Hay Music Depot 944 B St., Hay Nuestro Parquecito East 10th & Jefferson, Hay Old Highlands Park 26180 Parkside, Hay Palma Ceia Park 27600 Decatur, Hay PALHP Palomares Hills Park 7050 Villareal, CV Park School 411 Larchmont, Hay Parsons Park Almond & Walnut, CV Pexioto School 24150 Ruus, Hay PhotoCentral 1099 “E” Street, Hay

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SSC Sunset Swim Center 410 Laurel, Hay Tennyson High School 27035 Whitman, Hay Tennyson Park Panjon & Huntwood, Hay True Fight Club 28460 Hesperian Blvd., Hay Twin Bridges 301 Arrowhead, Hay Tyrrell School 27000 Tyrrell, Hay Valle Vista Park 381 Valle Vista, Hay Vannoy School 5100 Vannoy, CV WPTC Weekes Park Tennis Courts WPCC Weekes Park Community Center 27182 Patrick, Hay Winton School 119 Winton, Hay

Sports Complex Sand Volley Ball Courts Rodeo Park New Outdoor Restroom

Facilities – Directory

Proctor School 17520 Redwood, CV Í Í Í Rancho Arroyo Park 2121 Depot, Hay Í ÍÍ Í Í Redwood School 4400 Alma, CV Í Í Í Richard H. Sheridan Soccer Fields Í ÍÍ Í Í ÍÍ Í Í 2580 Eden Park Place, Hay Ridge Trail Park Boulder Cnyn./Rancho Palo. Rd. Í ½ ÍÍ Rowell Ranch 9275 Dublin Canyon Rd., CV ÍÍ Í Í Í Ruus Park Dickens & Folsom, Hay Í ÍÍ ÍÍ Í Í Í SFCC San Felipe Park 2058 “D” St., Hay ÍÍÍÍ Í Í Í ÍÍ Í San Lorenzo High School 50 E. Lewelling, SLz Í Í Í SLZAS San Lorenzo Adult School 820 Bockman Rd., SLz SLCC San Lorenzo Park & Community Center ÍÍÍÍÍÍ Í ÍÍ ÍÍÍÍ ÍÍ 1970 Via Buena Vista, SLz Schafer Park Evergreen & Flamingo, Hay Í ÍÍ Í Shepherd School 27211 Tyrrell, Hay Í Í Í Í Í SSVP Silver Star Veterans Park Í ÍÍ Í Í 695 Industrial Pkway., Hay Skywest Golf Course 1401 Golf Course Rd., Hay ÍÍ ÍÍ Í Í Sorensdale Park 275 Goodwin, Hay ÍÍÍÍ Í ÍÍ ÍÍ ÍÍÍ Í SGCC Southgate Community Center ÍÍÍÍÍ ÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍÍ Í 26780 Chiplay, Hay Southgate Swim Club 24900 Magnolia St., Hay Í Spring Grove Park 25610 Spring, Hay Í ÍÍ Í STONE Stonebrae School Í Í ÍÍ Í 28761 Hayward Blvd., Hay Stonybrook Park 620 Woodland, Hay Í ÍÍ ÍÍ Í Stratford Village Park Stratford & Canterbury, Hay Í Í Í ½ Í Strobridge School 21400 Bedford, CV Í Í Í Í SCNC Sulphur Creek Nature Center Í Í ÍÍ Í Í Í 1801 “D” St., Hay SAC Sunset Adult Center Í Í Í Í Í Í Í Sunset Park 22100 Princeton, Hay

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Hayward Area Recreation and Park District

Program and Staff Contact Directory

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Contact Directory

General Information

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Phone Email/Website Customer Service........................................................................................(510) 881-6700 .......info@haywardrec.org Parks Department.......................................................................................(510) 881-6715 ........parkdept@haywardrec.org Park Rangers................................................................................................(510) 881-6700 .......zabk@haywardrec.org

Program Information Aquatics/Swimming ..........................General Information ....................(510) 881-6703 .......geoc@haywardrec.org Art Programs.......................................General Information ....................(510) 881-6700 Adobe Art Gallery.........................(510) 881-6735 .......adobegallery@haywardrec.org www.adobegallery.org Ashland Community Center............General Information ....................(510) 881-6700 Douglas Morrisson Theatre.............General Information ....................(510) 881-6777........www.dmtonline.org Facility Rentals ...................................General Information ....................(510) 881-6700 Golf........................................................Mission Hills Golf Course ............(510) 888-0200.......golf@haywardrec.org Mission Hills Driving Range ........(510) 881-6730 Skywest Golf Course....................(510) 317-2316 Gymnastics ..........................................General Information ....................(510) 888-0118........gymnastics@haywardrec.org Matt Jimenez Community Center...General Information ....................(510) 887-0400.......mjcc@haywardrec.org Nature Programs................................Hayward Shoreline Interpretative Center....................(510) 670-7270 .......shoreline@haywardrec.org Sulphur Creek Nature Center.....(510) 881-6747........sulphurcreek@haywardrec.org Photography........................................PhotoCentral ................................(510) 881-6721........info@photocentral.org www.photocentral.org Pre-K .....................................................General Information ....................(510) 881-6700 Senior Centers ....................................Hayward Senior Center...............(510) 881-6766 .......hardsenior@haywardrec.org Kenneth C. Aitken Senior & Community Center...................(510) 881-6738 .......hardsenior@haywardrec.org Special Needs......................................Sorensdale Recreation Center....(510) 881-6778........sors@haywardrec.org Sports – Youth and Adults...............General Information ....................(510) 317-2314 Field Rental....................................(510) 317-2314 Volunteer Hayward....................................................................................(510) 670-7280 .......ebaz@haywardrec.org

Recreation Coordinators Adrienne De Ponte ............................Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center.......................(510) 670-7270 .......depa@haywardrec.org Zachary Ebadi .....................................Volunteer Coordinator.................(510) 670-7280 .......ebaz@haywardrec.org Cody George .......................................Aquatics, Pre-K and Fitness.........(510) 888-0123........geoc@haywardrec.org Shelly Luchini......................................Special Needs................................(510) 881-6778........lucs@haywardrec.org Michael Maine ....................................Youth and Teen Programs...........(510) 888-0211........maim@haywardrec.org Mila Mishina .......................................Hayward Senior Center...............(510) 881-6766 .......mism@haywardrec.org Terry Sullivan......................................Theatre Arts...................................(510) 888-5750 .......sult@haywardrec.org Jen Tibbetts .........................................Kenneth Aitken Senior Center....(510) 881-6742 .......tibj@haywardrec.org Wendy Winsted..................................Sulphur Creek Nature Center.....(510) 881-6747........winw@haywardrec.org Vicente Zuniga....................................Matt Jimenez Community Center.(510) 887-0400.......zunv@haywardrec.org

Recreation Supervisors Jean Clark ............................................Arts, Dance, Gymnastics, Music, Photography, Matt Jimenez and Ashland Community Centers......(510) 888-0117........claj@haywardrec.org Nicole Espinoza Roa..........................Aquatics, Pre-K and Fitness.........(510) 881-6720 .......roan@haywardrec.org Daniela Keiffer....................................Volunteer Hayward, Seniors and Special Needs..........(510) 881-6768 .......keid@haywardrec.org Jennifer Koney....................................Nature, Special Interest, Theatre Arts, East Ave Camps.....(510) 881-6723 .......konj@haywardrec.org Noel Munivez......................................Youth and Adult Sports, Tennis, Field Rentals..................................(510) 317-2303........munn@haywardrec.org Fidel Salvador-Mendez.....................Custodial Services ........................(510) 881-6753 .......salf@haywardrec.org

Administrative Recreation Superintendent .............Kerrilyn Ely ....................................(510) 881-6704 .......elyk@haywardrec.org Golf Manager ......................................Dan Giammona ............................(510) 317-2311.........giad@haywardrec.org Parks Superintendent .......................Larry Lepore..................................(510) 881-6715 ........lepl@haywardrec.org General Manager ...............................John Gouveia ................................(510) 881-6710 ........gouj@haywardrec.org

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Registration Register early . . . classes fill quickly! Please, no mail-in or District Office walk-in registration for swim classes. Please refer to Aquatics program information on page 12 of this Activities Guide.

Refund Policy

Correctly completed registrations will have priority. Registration with unsigned Liability Agreement will not be processed until signed. Class spaces will not be held. Only one form is needed for each household. Registrants from separate households wishing to register for the same class should mail separate registration forms in the same envelope.

Refunds/Credits will be issued only upon cancellation of a class/activity by the District – no exceptions. Refunds/ Credits will be pro-rated for any classes already provided. Refunds may take up to 21 days to process. If you withdraw from a class one week prior to the first class meeting, you may receive a Client Credit for the registration period. Client Credits will be issued within 21 days of the class and can be used for any District program. Refunds, cancellations and transfer of classes are subject to a $2 service charge per class for classes $15 and under; $5 service charge per class for classes $16 and over. Credits will not be issued after the second class meeting.

Online/Mail-In Resident Registration Processing Begins February 19 at 8:30am

Fax Resident Registration Processing Begins February 19 The Registration Form on page 66 may be faxed to 881-6763. Please remember to check Visa, MasterCard or American Express and include the number and expiration date and sign the form. Visa, MasterCard and American Express are the only methods of payment accepted by fax. To confirm that we have received your fax please call 881-6700 immediately after sending. Please do not mail after faxing.

Walk-In and Non-Resident Registration Processing Begins February 26 Walk-in and non-resident registration begins on February 26. For walk-in registration locations, look for specific registration information with your class information in this brochure or call the District Office at 881-6700. Check for specific locations in the class information of this brochure or drop registration off at the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District Office, 1099 “E” Street, Hayward. Non-resident mail-in or fax registration forms received prior to February 26 will be held by the registration staff. On February 26 random processing of these forms will begin on a space available basis. Non-resident fee is $10 in addition to resident fees and applies to each class for which you register.

Spring 2014 District Holidays May 26.

Returned Check Policy If for any reason your check is not honored by the bank and is returned to the Recreation and Park District, a $25 service charge will be levied.

Class Fee Policy Class fees will not be pro-rated for participants joining after the first class. There is a Senior Discount for Residents that are 60 years and older. In order to receive the 25% discount for classes (excluding Senior Programs, Golf Programs and Adult Tennis Leagues), registration must be done in person at the District Office.

Email Address Updates Please be sure to call (510) 881-6700 to confirm that your email address on record with H.A.R.D. is current.

Some Common Questions . . . Did I get my class? If you sent your self-addressed stamped envelope, a copy of your registration confirmation will be returned. Bring it to your first class. If you have not received confirmation by February 26, please call 881-6700. No places will be held by telephone. No confirmation will be returned without your self-addressed stamped envelope. Can I visit my child’s class? Attendance is limited to registered participants only. The Recreation District has no personnel available to supervise children before or after scheduled classes. Sorry, no parents in children’s classes either. What about full or cancelled classes? The District sets minimum and maximum numbers of participants for classes. We will take a waiting list for any class and will attempt to schedule a new class when a sufficient number has signed up. Classes will be cancelled if the minimum registrations are not received. It is helpful to include a second choice if possible. Are there any age limits? Where “Age Level” is indicated, your child must be that age on the starting day of the program unless otherwise noted. Some partial scholarships are available based on need and funds available. Please call (510) 881-6700 or visit info@haywardrec.org.

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Resident mail-in or fax registration forms received prior to February 19 will be held by the registration staff. On February 19 at 8:30am, random processing of these forms will begin and will continue until all classes have been filled. Forms received after this date will be processed in the order received. Make checks payable to H.A.R.D. Read, sign and date the Liability Agreement. Fill in the name of any applicants under the age of 18 on the line provided in the text of the agreement. Mail your completed Registration Form and Liability Release, fees and a self-addressed stamped envelope to: H.A.R.D. Registration, 1099 “E” Street, Hayward, CA 94541.

Registration

Registration Guidelines

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Birthdate / / / / / /

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Class Name

FIRST CHOICE

Signature: n Parent n Guardian n Participant

Date:

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] activity [described in this brochure], 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 persons and entities mentioned above free and harmless from any loss, liability, damage, cost, or expense which they may incur as a result of the death or injury or property damage that said minor may sustain while participating in said activity. I HAVE CAREFULLY READ THIS AGREEMENT, WAIVER AND RELEASE AND FULLY UNDERSTAND ITS CONTENTS. I AM AWARE THAT THIS IS A RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND A CONTRACT BETWEEN MYSELF AND THE HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT AND I SIGN IT OF MY FREE WILL.

Class Number

OTHER PHONE (CELLULAR, EMERGENCY)

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HOME PHONE

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ZIP

LIABILITY AGREEMENT, WAIVER, AND RELEASE

Participant’s First and Last Name

I have carefully read description of class(es) for which I/we are registering and in consideration for being permitted by the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District to participate in the [above] activity [described in this brochure], 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 Hayward Area Recreation and Park District (its officers, employees, and agents) from any and all liability arising out of or connected in any way with my participation in said activity, even though that liability may arise out of negligence or carelessness on the part of the persons or entities mentioned above. It is understood that this activity involves an element of risk and danger of accidents and knowing those risks I hereby assume those risks. It is further agreed that this waiver, release and assumption of risk is to be binding on my heirs and assigns. I agree to indemnify and to hold the above persons or entities free and harmless from any loss, liability, damage, cost, or expense which they may incur as the result of my death or injury or property damage that I may sustain while participating in said activity.

WORK PHONE

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EMAIL ADDRESS

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STREET

ADDRESS

CITY

LAST NAME

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FIRST NAME

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$ $ $

FEES

n MasterCard

n Amex

n Check: #

Exp. Date:

3-Digit Security Code:

n Client Credit

I understand that by providing my email address I am giving the District permission to sign me up for e-news alerts including District related Constant Contact, Facebook, and District and program alerts. I understand I may unsubscribe at any time. I understand my email address will not be sold.

E-MARKETING SIGN-UP:

• Registration will not be processed unless ALL of the information is completely filled out and the liability agreement (left) has been signed. • For confirmation, send a stamped, self–addressed envelope.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

Credit Signature:

Card Number:

n Visa

PAYMENT METHOD: n Cash

$ TOTAL AMOUNT DUE: $ PLEASE NOTE: Our registration software system will charge a non-refundable $2 per transaction fee for online registration.

NON-RESIDENT FEE IS ADDITIONAL $10 PER CLASS # of classes _________ x $10 per class =

Class Name

SECOND CHOICE

www.haywardrec.org

Make check payable to: H.A.R.D. Mail to: 1099 “E” Street, Hayward, CA 94541 Fax to: (510) 881-6763

REGISTRATION FORM

HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT

Registration


This year HARD will be partnering with local swim clubs to provide information about swimming options to South Hayward. These partnering clubs are Treeview and Southgate Swim Clubs. Both clubs offer memberships, but also provide lessons and special events, with fees, without requiring membership. Please check out their websites for more detailed information.

Treeview Swim Club

Treeview offers lap swim and swim lessons.

Southgate Swim Club

24900 Magnolia St., Hayward | (510) 783-1251 | www.southgateswimclub.com

Southgate Special Events April 5 – Egg Hunt and Hat Contest 10:00am-12:00pm, $5 April 26 – Night Swim & Cupcake Wars Contest 5:00pm-9:00pm, $5 May 17 – Movie & Swim Night 7:00pm-9:30pm, $5 Food will be available for purchase at all events. Southgate Summer Camps June 16-June 20 – 12:30pm-5:00pm, $225 July 14-July 18 – 12:30pm-5:00pm, $225 Camps include lunch, snack, T-shirt and daily swim lessons.

Grant Funded by First Five Alameda County, this program is targeted toward Spanish speaking children living in the Ashland or Cherryland area. It will be a bilingual program in both English and Spanish. Daily parent participation is required. Please contact Cody George at (510) 881-6700. Esta Beca es finandiada por la Agencia del Condado de Alameda First Five. El programa es para niños de habla hispana, que viven en el área de Ashland y Cherryland. Es un programa bilingüe en inglés y en español. Se require la participación diaria de los padres. Para más información lláme a la oficina del distrito al (510) 881-6700. M/W T/Th

9:00am-12:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm

Mar 10-Apr 30 Mar 11-May 1

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Pre-K Instructor Pre-K Instructor

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Pre-K at Ashland

Special Features

301 Gresel St., Hayward | (510) 471-5242 | www.treeviewswimclub.com

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69th Annual

Easter Egg Hunt & Bonnet Parade! Saturday, April 19, 2014

at Kennedy Park, 19501 Hesperian Blvd., Hayward

The Hayward Area Recreation and Park District’s Youth Program will be hosting the 69th Annual Easter Bonnet Parade and Egg Hunt. Bonnet Parade Registration will begin promptly at 9:00am. The Bonnet Parade led by the Easter Bunny will begin at 9:30am. Bonnet Parade participants must be 6 years and under and all bonnets must be homemade and be worn by the participants during the parade to qualify. Participants will have their homemade bonnets judged in the following categories: the prettiest, most unusual and most colorful. The egg hunt will immediately follow after the Bonnet Parade. There are four egg hunt age categories; one to two, three to four, five to six and seven to nine year olds. The event will take place rain or shine.

So much to do, so close to home . . . Look inside for 2014

Summer Camps! Register now! Register now!

HAYWARD AREA RECREATION AND PARK DISTRICT 1099 E Street, Hayward, California 94541 (510) 881-6700 | www.haywardrec.org


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Spring Brochure for HARD

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