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Recreation GSpring uide HAYWARD AREA RECREATION & PARK DISTRICT

2017

Programs | Classes | Activities | Events | Parks | Open Space | Facilities

Thank you... for voting YES on Measure F1!

Online Registration begins February 15 at 6:01am. See page 65 for details.

HaywardRec.org H.A.R.D. Board of Directors Louis M. Andrade | Rick J. Hatcher | Paul W. Hodges, Jr. Minane Jameson | Carol A. Pereira

Hayward Area Recreation and Park District Foundation Donna Boyer, President | Pamela Russo, Executive Director


Hayward Area Recreation and Parks District

THANK YOU!

SPRING 2017 | HAywARD AREA RECREAtIOn AnD PARK DIstRICt FOUnDAtIOn | (510) 881-6700

for voting YES on Measure F1 for HARD Parks & Facilities

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With your vote of confidence we will: n Improve the safety , quality, cleanliness and attractiveness our HARD Parks n Renovate facilities, playgrounds and parks n Expand access to parks and playgrounds for seniors and the disabled n Upgrade restrooms n Expand parks, trails, and recreation areas n Partner to expand fields and sports facilities Our commitment is: San Lorenzo Park n Appoint an Oversight Committee to ensure Measure funds are spent properly and projects are completed n Ensure all Measure F1 funds stay local n Use funds for park and recreation infrastructure n Conduct annual fiscal and performance audits n Keep you informed to how Measure F1 Greenwood Park funds are being used! Each quarter HARD will provide a measure F1 update in the quarterly brochure and continuously update HARD website Measure F1 page with status of projects!

Once again, thank you for your VOTE of confidence in HARD!

Summer Camps 2017 PLAY. LEARN. GROW. See the center section of this recreation guide for the Summer Camps Guide pull-out!

Register for Camps Today!


Hayward Area Recreation and Parks District

Contents

Spring 2017 Programs Art Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Birthday Parties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Classes and Programs

School Age (7-12 yrs) After school Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21 Dance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-22 Fashion Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Gymnastics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 Health and Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Martial Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-24 special Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 sports. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25-26 tennis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Senior/Active Adults (50 yrs +) . . . . . . . 48-53 Special Needs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Teens (13-17 yrs) Dance/Music/special Interest/tennis. . . . 27-28 Additional programs oered for Teens in the Adult and School Age sections. Theatre Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55

General Information Contact Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Facilities Dog Parks. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Facility Directory. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61-63 Facility Rentals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Golf Facilities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58 Kennedy Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64-66 Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, back cover

Spring Camps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Summer Camps Guide . . . . . . center pages Preschool Age (up to 6 yrs) Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Dance and Music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14-15 Gymnastics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Health and Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Martial Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Preschool Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 sports. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-19 tennis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19

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Adults (17 yrs +) Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39-41 Dance and Music. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41-42 Health and Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42-44 Language. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Martial Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44-45 Photography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45-46 special Interest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 sports. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 tennis. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Aquatics Aquatics General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Drop-In Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Aquatics training Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 swim/tennis Lessons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 swim Lessons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-11 water Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Golf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Nature Programs Hayward shoreline Interpretive Center and sulphur Creek nature Center. . . . . . 30-37

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Foundation News | President’s Message

From the President Louis M. Andrade, Board President

Measure F1 Passes with Overwhelming Support . . . Thank You! Many exciting things are on the horizon during 2017 for our District. with the overwhelming support and passage of Measure F1, a bond measure, plans are gearing up to improve, upgrade and enhance our local parks and facilities. the Board of Directors will be prioritizing various projects that should begin within the next six months. One project that we are reaching completion on now is the newly renovated san Lorenzo Community Center Park. this renovation included a relocated pond, new playgrounds, bathrooms, softball complex, new access and paths and much more! A park renovation reopening celebration will be announced in spring 2017! Additionally, upcoming projects will be highlighted on our website to keep you informed about the improvements and enhancements to your local parks. During the past three years we have done extensive master planning for renovations and improvements. so please, visit our website at HaywardRec.org to view all details related to master planning of weekes, Kennedy, san Lorenzo, Via toledo, Fairview terrace, and san Felipe Parks. Our District continues to partner with the County of Alameda in the construction of a nEw 18,000 square foot Cherryland Community Center. Construction is planned to begin in Fall 2017. this Community Center will include elements of full-service recreation program offerings for all ages including classrooms, community gathering, satellite County library and reception space to accommodate groups up to 240.

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2017 Board of Directors Officers

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Each year, in accordance with District Bylaws, the Board of Directors is reorganized and its officers elected. the Board of 2017 are as follows: Louis M. Andrade, President; Carol A. Pereira, Vice President; Rick J. Hatcher, Secretary. 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 2017! the Board of Directors meets on the 2nd and 4th Mondays monthly at 6:30pm (please note new start time) at 1099 E street in Hayward. Meetings are always open to the public. Visit our website at HaywardRec.org for more information.

Foundation News Donna Boyer, President | Pamela Russo, Executive Director

we are looking forward to another positive and productive year with the HARD Foundation! Along with our partners, CARH and Home Depot, we will complete the Life skills Lab and wellness Gym at sorensdale Recreation Center. the HARD Foundation will be actively working on funding Mia’s Dream All-Inclusive Playground. Mia’s Dream will be a specialized park that will allow for “play for all,” accommodating the needs and abilities of all children, adults, and seniors. the playground will include all five senses in its design, and allow for interactive language panels with braille, sensory music elements, graduated levels of physical activities incorporating balance, and socialization. It will encompass all…those with and without disabilities, those young and those who are aging. we hope you will consider supporting the HARD Foundation and Mia’s Dream All-Inclusive Playground! Please contact us at (510) 888-0111 for more information about the HARD Foundation or to make a donation! HARD 2017 Foundation Officers Donna Boyer, President | Dale Bridges, Vice President | Lowell Hickey, secretary Robin toussaint, treasurer | Pamela Russo, Executive Director

Explore. Play. Learn. Enjoy life with H.A.R.D.!

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.


Spring 2017

Adobe Art Gallery

Art Galleries

Art Galleries 20395 San Miguel Avenue, Castro Valley | (510) 881-6735 adobegallery@HaywardRec.org | www.adobegallery.org

Gallery Hours (during exhibits): Thursday, Friday and 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.

A.R.T. Inc. Annual Members’ Exhibit Saturday, January 21 – Saturday, March 4, 2017

The Artist Within 2 Saturday, March 25 – Saturday, April 29, 2017 Opening Reception: Saturday, March 25, 2017, 1:00pm-3:00pm the “special needs” students of sorensdale Recreation Center return to exhibit at the Adobe Art Gallery.

Adobe’s Annual Open Exhibit May 20 – July 8, 2017 Artist Reception: Saturday, May 20, 2017, 1:00pm-3:00pm this year’s theme is: wake, sleep, Repeat: Repetition in the Everyday. Area artists – newbies to seasoned professionals – in varied mediums contribute to this exhibit. Art intake: saturday, May 13. Visit adobegallery.org for more information and forms.

Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center

Paintings and Drawings by Jeffrey Andrade Hemming Saturday, April 22 – Sunday, June 18, 2017 Exhibit Opening: April 22, 2017, 2:00pm-4:00pm Exhibit Hours: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 10:00am-5:00pm Our shores are beautiful; our wildlife is unique. these recent paintings explore themes of survival adaptation and transformation embodied in wildlife as it navigates the flux of our ever encroaching footprint. while we are busy commuting to work, school, shopping, and play, life in another world carries on with a cool indifference to our own.

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

Getting to Know the Map Forty Years: A Retrospective of Geir and Kate Jordahl’s Photography Saturday, January 28 – Thursday, April 13, 2017 PhotoCentral founders Geir Jordahl and Kate Jordahl have been photographing and working with the photographic image for the past forty years. this special celebration will feature their images and projects which have been shaped by decades of exploring, studying, traveling and teaching. the exhibition will explore two shared lives in photography in images and stories.

Annual Spring Show Saturday, April 29 –Saturday, June 17, 2017 Opening Reception: Saturday April 29, 2:00pm-5:00pm PhotoCentral Gallery is 30! Happy Birthday! this eclectic group show is an annual event for PhotoCentral and features a wide variety of works from over 50 artists. Come see over 150 inspiring works. Vote on your favorite pictures. Award, prizes, fun and gorgeous photography.

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

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Special Events

Special Events Spring 2017

BIG Indoor Spring Flea Market Saturday, March 4, 2017 8:00am-1:00pm Kenneth C. Aitken Senior and Community Center 17800 Redwood Road, Castro Valley Come out and find yourself a unique treasure or wonderful bargain. there will also be a snack bar with wonderful baked goodies. Call (510) 881-6738 for more information.

40th Anniversary Celebration of the Hayward Area Senior Center Friday, March 31, 2017 at 1:00pm Hayward Area Senior Center 22325 North Third Street, Hayward Four decades ago, the Hayward Area senior was built to serve our senior community and today, staff continues to honor, support, and expand upon the vision to offer high quality senior programs and services in the Hayward Area. the senior Center offers a wide variety of programs and services from monthly special events, daily lunch program, as well as art, dance, and exercise classes. Please join us to celebrate this special occasion. Live entertainment, light refreshments will be provided. For more information, please call the Hayward Area senior Center at (510) 881-6766.

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11th Annual Senior Health & Wellness Resource Fair

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Thursday, May 4, 2017 9:00am-1:00pm Kenneth C. Aitken Senior and Community Center 17800 Redwood Road, Castro Valley Participants can collect information and freebies from over 55 vendors from the healthcare, transportation, housing, 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) 881-6738.

Heritage & Diversity Festival Friday, June 2, 2017 1:00pm-3:00pm Hayward Area Senior Center 22325 North Third Street, Hayward Come and share in rich culture, delicious food from around the world, music, dance and more! Let’s celebrate your heritage! Call (510) 881-6766 to reserve your spot for this free event! 14th Annual

10K on the Bay Sunday, August 27, 2017 Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center 4901 Breakwater Avenue, Hayward Run or walk along the Bay trail and enjoy breathtaking views of the san Francisco BayEstuary. Participate in a 5K or 10K. Proceeds from this event help to maintain and enhance the educational programs, exhibits, and facilities of the Hayward shoreline Interpretive Center. Day-of registration begins at 7:30am; 5K race at 8:30am; and 10K race at 8:40am. Fee: $35 per-register; $40 day-ofregister; children ages 10 and under are free. Find out more at www.10KontheBay.org


Aquatics

SWIM

All Ages

H.A.R.D.

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

Aquatics General Information Aquatics Online Registration Visit HaywardRec.org to register online. there is a transaction fee of $2 per registration online. Residents online registration begins February 15, 2017 at 6:01am. non-Residents online and walk-in registration begins February 22, 2017. nonresidents pay an additional $10 per class, per session. Class Information All swim classes are 30 minutes long. Instructional classes are taught by Certified water safety Instructors and or aides. Register Now Classes fill quickly, so register for multiple sessions if you want ongoing swimming. Withdrawal Policy withdrawals will be processed

Group Reservations Private groups may reserve the Hayward Plunge or an outdoor swim center for their use by calling (510) 881-6703 or (510) 881-6700

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

Children Are Not Waterproof Did you know that drowning is one of the largest leading causes of accidental death for infants and young children? Below are tips to think about when around water. Always maintain adult supervision around any body of water. Kids are fearless and don’t understand the fatal consequences of water. never leave children or non-swimmers unattended for any length of time near water. Appoint and clearly assign an adult supervisor for your pool area. n n n

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Utilize barriers around all pools – It’s the law! n

Locked doors, safety pool cover, self-latching, self-closing gates and fencing.

Be prepared for an emergency. n

Is there a phone close by? Have you taken a CPR class? Is there rescue equipment near your pool?

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five (5) working days prior to the first class meeting and will incur a $5 service charge per class/program. Additional charges will be assessed after the first class meeting. A full refund will be given for any class/program cancelled by the District.

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Aquatics

Drop-In Programs Holidays – Pool Closed: May 29, 2017

Lap Swim/Water Walking (Ages 13 yrs +) Lap swim and water walking lanes may be limited during certain times due to other programs. Fee: $4 drop-in $54 Adult Lap swim Pass (15 swims) $40.50 senior Lap swim Pass (15 swims) Monday-Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6:00am-1:30pm* Monday-thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . .5:00pm-7:00pm saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6:00am-9:30am sunday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6:00am-10:30am *the Hayward Plunge is a multi-use facility and space may be limited at times. M/w/F, 8:30am-11:30am, only the deep end is open. t/th, 12:30pm-1:30pm, only the shallow end is open. M/w, 6:25pm and later, only two lap swim lanes open.

Spring Lap Swim at Castro Valley Swim Center saturdays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6:30am-9:30am

Tot Swim (Ages 1-5 yrs with an Adult) Bring your tots to play and practice in the training pool at the Hayward Plunge. Monday-Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11:30am-1:30pm Fee: $2 per person

Public Swimming (All Ages) All children, ages 7 and under, must be accompanied one-on-one with an adult and stay within arms reach of that adult at all times. saturdays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:30pm-3:30pm Fee: $2 per person

Aquatics Training Programs

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American Red Cross Lifeguard Training (Ages 16 yr +)

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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. (Cost includes course manual and all certification fees.) Monday-Friday 41208 Apr 10-Apr14 41209 Apr 17-Apr 21 Saturday 41393 Feb 18-Mar 18 41210 Apr 1-Apr 29

8:00am-2:00pm 8:00am-2:00pm

Plunge $225 CVsC $225

12:00pm-6:00pm Plunge $225 12:00pm-6:00pm Plunge $225

American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Course (Ages 16 yr +) 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. (Cost includes course manual and all certification fees.) Tuesday/Thursday 41207 Apr 18-May 18

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. Monday-Friday 41206 Apr 10-Apr 14

9:30am-3:30pm

Plunge

$195

6:30pm-9:30pm Plunge $225


Aquatics

Instructional Swim Classes Instructional Swim Spring 2017 Session Dates Mon/Wed Tue/Thu Wed Sat Sun SESSION 1 .......Apr 3-Apr 19*......Apr 4-Apr 20*.....Apr 26-May 31......Apr 22-Jun 3.........Apr 9-Jun 4 SESSION 2.......Apr 24-May 10 ....Apr 25-May 11 SESSION 3 .....May 15-May 31*....May 16-Jun 1 *Holidays – No classes April 10-14, May 27-29, 2017

Parent Tot Swimming (Ages 12-35 mos) 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. 6:40pm-7:10pm 6:40pm-7:10pm 6:40pm-7:10pm

$26* $38 $32*

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

$38 $38 $38

Saturday 42005 Apr 22-Jun 3 42006 Apr 22-Jun 3

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

$38 $38

Tiny Tot (Ages 3-5 yrs) 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 42183 Apr 3-Apr 19 42184 Apr 3-Apr 19 42185 Apr 3-Apr 19 42186 Apr 3-Apr 19 42177 Apr 3-Apr 19 42178 Apr 3-Apr 19 42187 Apr 24-May 10 42188 Apr 24-May 10 42189 Apr 24-May 10 42190 Apr 24-May 10 42153 Apr 24-May 10 42154 Apr 24-May 10 42191 May 15-May 31 42192 May 15-May 31 42193 May 15-May 31 42194 May 15-May 31 42175 May 15-May 31 42176 May 15-May 31

9:00am-9:30am 9:35am-10:05am 10:10am-10:40am 10:45am-11:15am 3:45pm-4:15pm 6:40pm-7:10pm 9:00am-9:30am 9:35am-10:05am 10:10am-10:40am 10:45am-11:15am 3:45pm-4:15pm 6:40pm-7:10pm 9:00am-9:30am 9:35am-10:05am 10:10am-10:40am 10:45am-11:15am 3:45pm-4:15pm 6:40pm-7:10pm

$32* $32* $32* $32* $32* $32* $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $40* $40* $40* $40* $40* $40*

Tuesday/Thursday 42157 Apr 4-Apr 20 42158 Apr 4-Apr 20 42198 Apr 4-Apr 20 42179 Apr 4-Apr 20 42159 Apr 4-Apr 20 42160 Apr 25-May 11 42161 Apr 25-May 11 42415 Apr 25-May 11 42180 Apr 25-May 11 42162 Apr 25-May 11 42163 May 16-Jun 1 42164 May 16-Jun 1 42416 May 16-Jun 1 42181 May 16-Jun 1 42165 May 16-Jun 1 Wednesday 42169 Apr 26-May 31 Saturday 42171 Apr 22-Jun 3 42172 Apr 22-Jun 3

*Holidays – No classes April 10-14, May 27-29, 2017

9:35am-10:05am 10:10am-10:40am 10:45am-11:15am 3:10pm-3:40pm 3:45pm-4:15pm 9:35am-10:05am 10:10am-10:40am 10:45am-11:15am 3:10pm-3:40pm 3:45pm-4:15pm 9:35am-10:05am 10:10am-10:40am 10:45am-11:15am 3:10pm-3:40pm 3:45pm-4:15pm

$48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48 $48

2:15pm-2:45pm

$48

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

$48 $48

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Monday/Wednesday 41999 Apr 3-Apr 19 42000 Apr 24-May 10 42001 May 15-May 31 Tuesday/Thursday 42002 Apr 4-Apr 20 42003 Apr 25-May 11 42004 May 16-Jun 1

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Group Swim Lessons – All Levels (Ages 6-13 yrs) Beginning Levels 1 and 3 focus on a child’s basic development from floating to crawl stroke and backstroke. Levels 4 and 5, crawl stroke 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 42049 Apr 3-Apr 19 42042 Apr 3-Apr 19 42050 Apr 24-May 10 42043 Apr 24-May 10 42051 May 15-May 31 42044 May 15-May 31

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

$24* $24* $36 $36 $30* $30*

Tuesday/Thursday 42045 Apr 4-Apr 20 42046 Apr 25-May 11 42047 May 16-Jun 1 Wednesday 42048 Apr 26-May 31 Saturday 42041 Apr 22-Jun 3

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

$36 $36 $36

2:50pm-3:20pm

$36

10:55am-11:25am

$36

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 42059 Apr 3-Apr 19 42060 Apr 24-May 10 42061 May 15-May 31

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

$34* $51 $43*

Tuesday/Thursday 42062 Apr 4-Apr 20 42063 Apr 25-May 11 42064 May 16-Jun 1 Saturday 42065 Apr 22-Jun 3

9:10am-9:40am 9:10am-9:40am 9:10am-9:40am

$51 $51 $51

11:35am-12:05pm

$51

Private Lessons (Ages 6 yrs +)

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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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Monday/Wednesday 42087 Apr 3-Apr 19 42088 Apr 3-Apr 19 42089 Apr 3-Apr 19 42090 Apr 24-May 10 42097 Apr 24-May 10 42098 Apr 24-May 10 42099 May 15-May 31 42100 May 15-May 31 42093 May 15-May 31

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

$105* $105* $105* $158 $158 $158 $132* $132* $132*

Tuesday/Thursday 42094 Apr 4-Apr 20 42101 Apr 4-Apr 20 42102 Apr 25-May 11 42103 Apr 25-May 11 42104 May 16-Jun 1 42105 May 16-Jun 1 Saturday 42106 Apr 22-Jun 3 Sunday 42095 Apr 23-Jun 4 42096 Apr 23-Jun 4

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

$158 $158 $158 $158 $158 $158

9:35am-10:05am

$158

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

$158 $158

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 42054 Apr 3-Apr 19 42055 Apr 24-May 10 42056 May 15-May 31

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

$48* $72 $60*

Wednesday 42057 Apr 26-May 31 Saturday 42058 Apr 22-Jun 3

*Holidays – No classes April 10-14, May 27-29, 2017

2:15pm-2:45pm

$72

12:15pm-12:45pm

$72


Monday/Wednesday 42027 Apr 3-Apr 19 42028 Apr 3-Apr 19 42029 Apr 24-May 10 42030 Apr 24-May 10 42031 May 15-May 31 42032 May 15-May 31

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* $42 $42 $35* $35*

Tuesday/Thursday 42033 Apr 4-Apr 20 42034 Apr 25-May 11 42035 May 16-Jun 1 Saturday 42039 Apr 22-Jun 3

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

$42 $42 $42

12:15pm-1:00pm

$42

Aquatics

Competitive Stroke Development (Ages 6 yrs +) Prerequisites: Intermediate (Level 5) and/or ability to perform 80 yards of coordinated crawl stroke, backstroke and breaststroke. teaches racing dives and turns, butterfly, freestyle, backstroke and breaststroke in a competitive swim environment. the swimmer’s swim skills will be tested during the first class meeting.

*Holidays – No classes April 10-14, May 27-29, 2017

Water Fitness at the Plunge

Aqua-Robix (Ages 16 yr +)

Guts and Butts Deep Water (Ages 16 yr +)

Moderate paced shallow water exercise class featuring aerobics and toning in an invigorating workout.

Deep water conditioning class designed to increase endurance, strength and tone. Flotation provided. Must be comfortable in deep water.

Monday/Wednesday/Friday 42150 Apr 3-Apr 21 9:00am-10:00am 42151 Apr 24-May 12 9:00am-10:00am 42152 May 15-Jun 2 9:00am-10:00am

Saturday 42136 Apr 22-Jun 3

$39* $59 $52*

Fit Club (Ages 16 yr +) (Formally Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Exercise Program.) shallow water class designed to improve joint movement and mobility and reduce pain and stiffness. temperature of the pool is 82 degrees. Please call (510) 881-6703 for more information. Tuesday/Thursday 42133 Apr 4-Apr 20 42134 Apr 25-May 11 42135 May 16-Jun 1

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

$39 $39 $39

H2O Flow (Ages 16 yr +) Easy-paced shallow water exercise class focusing on endurance and improved joint flexibility in a relaxed environment.

9:30am-10:30am

$39

Move It and Lose It (Ages 16 yr +) Fast-paced shallow water exercise class focusing on cardio and strength in a challenging water gym. Tuesday/Thursday 42140 Apr 4-Apr 20 42141 Apr 4-Apr 20 42142 Apr 25-May 11 42143 Apr 25-May 11 42144 May 16-Jun 1 42145 May 16-Jun 1 Saturday 42146 Apr 22-Jun 3

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

$39 $39 $39 $39 $39 $39

8:15am-9:15am

$39

N 2 Deep Water (Ages 16 yr +) Deep water aerobics and toning class in a resistive yet non-impact environment. Flotation provided. Must be comfortable in deep water.

Tuesday/Thursday Monday/Wednesday/Friday 42147 Apr 4-Apr 20 42137 Apr 3-Apr 21 10:15am-11:15am $39* 42148 Apr 25-May 11 42138 Apr 24-May 12 10:15am-11:15am $59 42149 May 16-Jun 1 42139 May 15-Jun 2 10:15am-11:15am $52* *Holidays – No classes April 10-14, May 27-29, 2017

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

$39 $39 $39

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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. Equipment is provided.

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Preschool Age

GROW

Ages Up to 6 Years

H.A.R.D.

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 selfdirected art class. Parents participation is optional. Please wear clothes that can get messy and bring a box to take your art home in. no class 4/21. 41536 3-6 yr F 11:00am-12:00pm 6 classes ADOBE Egan 41535 3-8 yr F 12:30pm-1:30pm 6 classes ADOBE Egan 41537 4-10 yr F 2:30pm-3:30pm 6 classes ADOBE Egan 41534 6-10 yr F 4:00pm-5:00pm 6 classes ADOBE Egan *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Mar 24-May 5 $75* Mar 24-May 5 $75* Mar 24-May 5 $75* Mar 24-May 5 $75*

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Partners In Creativity

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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. no class 4/21. 41533 2½-6 yr F 9:30am-10:30am 6 classes ADOBE Egan *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Mar 24-May 5 $75*

Little Drawer’s Studio – Animals from Real to Fantasy Learn to draw real animals like dogs, cats, horses and even hippopotamus’ while creating unique fantasy animals. Maybe even a dragon. studio techniques incorporate how to use fine lines and shapes in drawings. Use graphite drawing and colored pencils, charcoal and oil pastels for your creations. Bring an art shirt to wear. 41693 5-7 yr F 3:30pm-4:30pm Mar 24-Jun 2 11 classes ADOBE McPherson $130* *$40 supply fee payable to instructor at first class.

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 4/8. 41539 5-17 yr sa 9:00am-10:30am Mar 25-May 6 6 classes ADOBE Egan $115/$95 sibling* *$15 supply fee payable to instructor at first class.

Krafty Kids your preschooler will create a series of arts and crafts projects designed to work on fine motor skills while encouraging fun and creativity. we’ll explore lots of “really cool” materials that will develop sensory awareness and expand imaginations. your toddler will take home a completed project each week along with instruction handouts so you can continue crafting at home. 41529 3-5 yr 6 classes

w 9:00am-10:00am May 17-Jun 21 ADOBE Hughes $75

Tots of Art Join us for a fun and engaging toddler and parent art class. Explore art through projects designed to stimulate your toddlers mind, introduce them to new sensory experiences and exercise their fine motor skills. All projects completed with readily available supplies so you can replicate them at home. take home a new completed project at the end of each class. Please wear clothes you can get messy in. no class 5/29. 41530 1½-3 yr 6 classes

M 9:30am-10:30am May 15-Jun 26 ADOBE Hughes $75

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, toys, pictures, stories, touching, and doing enhanced social and conflict resolution skills with 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 are provided. new lessons taught each class and session. 41531 4-6 yr 5 classes 41532 4-6 yr 5 classes

sa 10:00am-11:00am Mar 18-Apr 15 ADOBE yR staff $99 sa 10:00am-11:00am Apr 22-May 20 ADOBE yR staff $99

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


Toddler and Me 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. Parent Manual and welcome Letters can be found on www.HaywardRec.org/preschool.

Pre-K Programs

Pre-K Programs

Toddler and Me (Ages 2-3 yrs) San Lorenzo Community Center, 1970 Via Buena Vista Instructor: Ms. sue Mc Garry 42317 t/th 12:30pm-2:00pm Mar 28-Jun 8 22 classes $209

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. A copy of immunization record is due to the instructor on the first day of class. to see the immunization requirements, please refer to the Parent Manual at www.HaywardRec.org/preschool. 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. Read and review the manual, fill out all needed forms (3) and turn in the forms to the instructor on the first day of class. Parent Manual and welcome Letters can be found on www.HaywardRec.org/preschool.

Pre-K Programs (Ages 3½-5 yrs)

Castro Valley

Castro Valley

Kenneth Aitken Community Center, 17800 Redwood Rd. Instructor: Ms. Lorrie McCoin 42383 M/w 8:30am-11:30am Apr 3-Jun 14 21 classes $305 42384 M/w 12:00pm-3:00pm Apr 3-Jun 14 21 classes $305 42385 t/th 8:30am-11:30am Apr 4-Jun 15 22 classes $319

Castro Valley Community Center, 18988 Lake Chabot Rd. Instructor: Ms. Karen Crane 42380 M/w 9:00am-12:00pm Apr 3-Jun 7 19 classes $276 42381 t/th 9:00am-12:00pm Apr 4-Jun 8 20 classes $290 42382 t/th 12:30pm-3:30pm Apr 4-Jun 8 20 classes $290 Monday/wednesday curriculum repeats on tuesday/thursday.

Hayward Southgate Community Center, 26780 Chiplay Instructor: Ms. Eileen Luna 42386 M/w 9:00am-12:00pm Apr 3-Jun 14 21 classes 42387 t/th 9:00am-12:00pm Apr 4-Jun 15 22 classes Weekes Community Center, 27182 Patrick Ave. Ms. Barbara Haysom 42388 M/w 9:00am-12:00pm Apr 3-Jun 14 21 classes 42389 t/th 9:00am-12:00pm Apr 4-Jun 15 22 classes

Fairview Hills Preschool (Ages 3 yrs 9 mos-5 yrs) $305 $319 $305 $319

San Lorenzo San Lorenzo Community Center, 1970 Via Buena Vista Instructor: Ms. sue Mc Garry 42390 M/w 9:00am-12:00pm Mar 27-Jun 7 21 classes $305 42391 t/th 9:00am-12:00pm Mar 28-Jun 8 22 classes $319

2841 Romagnolo Ave., Hayward Instructor: Ms. Mary Feria 42258 t/w/th 8:30am-11:30am Apr 4-Apr 27* 42259 t/w/th 12:00pm-3:00pm Apr 4-Apr 27* 42260 t/w/th 8:30am-11:30am May 2-May 31 42261 t/w/th 12:00pm-3:00pm May 2-May 31 42262 t/w/th 8:30am-11:30am Jun 1-Jun 29 42263 t/w/th 12:00pm-3:00pm Jun 1-Jun 29 *spring Break April 10-April 14.

Ashland Pre-K Program Grant Funded by Alameda County First Five, this program is targeted for Residents of Ashland and Cherryland. It will be a bilingual program in both English and spanish. Daily parent participation is required. Please contact nicole Roa (510) 881-6720 for program fees and additional information. Grant Financiado por el Condado de Alameda First Five, este programa está dirigido a residentes de Ashland y Cherryland. Será un programa bilingüe en Inglés y en Español. Se requiere la participación de padres diaria. Por favor, póngase en contacto con Oficina de Distrito a (510) 881-6700 para obtener más información y precios. M/w t/th

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

Apr 3-Jun 7 Apr 4-Jun 8

Call for fees/llame para precios Call for fees/llame para precios

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

$240/Month $240/Month $240/Month $240/Month $240/Month $240/Month

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Pre-K Learn and Play (Ages 3-5 yrs)

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Preschool Age – Dance/Music

Dance & Music Boogie with Your Baby you and your baby will “boogie” to your 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 4/17, 5/29. 41490 9 mo-2½ yr M 10:00am-10:45am Apr 3-Jun 12 9 classes CVCC CVPA staff $86

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 4/18, 4/21. 41488 2-3 yr 10 classes 41489 2-3 yr 10 classes

t 9:30am-10:15am Apr 4-Jun 13 CVCC CVPA staff $95 F 9:30am-10:15am Apr 7-Jun 16 CVCC CVPA staff $95

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Toddler Ballet

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whirl and twirl to the music from Frozen, Aladdin and many of your favorite movies. we use scarves, wands and ribbons while learning basic ballet and creative movement. Paint imaginary pictures thru your own choreography while incorporating basic dance technique. Ballet slippers required. no class 4/174/22, 5/27-5/29. 41524 3-5 yr 9 classes 41525 3-5 yr 10 classes 41521 3-5 yr 10 classes 41526 3-5 yr 10 classes 41522 3-5 yr 10 classes 41523 3-5 yr 8 classes 41527 3-5 yr 10 classes 42895 5-8 yr 10 classes

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12:00pm-12:45pm Apr 3-Jun 12 CVPA staff $77 11:15am-12:00pm Apr 4-Jun 13 CVPA staff $85 11:00am-11:45am Apr 6-Jun 15 CVPA staff $85 11:15am-12:00pm Apr 7-Jun 16 CVPA staff $85 4:45pm-5:30pm Apr 7-Jun 16 CVPA staff $85 11:15am-12:00pm Mar 25-May 20 CVPA staff $68 12:00pm-12:45pm Mar 25-Jun 10 CVPA staff $85 11:15am-12:00pm Mar 25-Jun 10 CVPA staff $85

Introduction to Dance these classes are for dancers with little or no experience. Classes are divided into two disciplines each class and by age group. Tap: Learn basic tap technique and a just-for-fun dance to perform on the last day of class. tap shoes required. Hip Hop: Have fun loosening up, gaining rhythm and learning to dance. All music and movement is age-appropriate. tennis shoes required. Ballet: Learn fundamental ballet foot and arm positions, coordination, musicality, rhythm and discipline. Please wear leotards, tights, and ballet slippers. Jazz: this energetic class features stretching, isolations and basic jazz steps. simple coordination, musicality and rhythm are emphasized. Ballet slippers or jazz shoes are required. no class 4/17-4/22, 5/27-5/29.

Intro I Tap & Ballet 41428 3-5 yr 13 classes 41414 3-5 yr 10 classes 41420 3-5 yr 10 classes 41415 3-6 yr 8 classes 41431 3-5 yr 10 classes 41423 3-5 yr 8 classes 41417 3-5 yr 10 classes 41416 3-5 yr 8 classes 41419 3-5 yr 10 classes

M 5:00pm-5:30pm Mar 13-Jun 5 Dance Co Feder $75 t 10:30am-11:15am Apr 4-Jun 13 CVCC CVPA staff $85 t 3:45pm-4:30pm Apr 4-Jun 13 CVCC CVPA staff $85 t 4:00pm-4:45pm Apr 4-May 23 sFCC CVPA staff $68 w 9:30am-10:15am Apr 5-Jun 14 CVCC CVPA staff $85 w 4:00pm-4:45pm Apr 5-May 24 sFCC CVPA staff $68 F 10:30am-11:15am Apr 7-Jun 16 CVCC CVPA staff $85 sa 9:00am-9:45am Mar 25-May 20 sFCC CVPA staff $68 sa 9:00am-9:45am Mar 25-Jun 10 CVCC CVPA staff $85

Intro II Tap & Ballet 41427 4-6 yr 10 classes 41432 4-6 yr 10 classes 41429 4-6 yr 10 classes 41425 4-6 yr 10 classes 41426 4-6 yr 10 classes 41430 3-5 yr 8 classes

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4:30pm-5:15pm Apr 4-Jun 13 CVPA staff $85 11:00am-11:45am Apr 5-Jun 14 CVPA staff $85 3:45pm-4:30pm Apr 5-Jun 14 CVPA staff $85 5:30pm-6:15pm Apr 7-Jun 16 CVPA staff $85 9:45am-10:30am Mar 25-Jun 10 CVPA staff $85 10:30am-11:15am Mar 25-May 20 CVPA staff $68

Intro I Tap & Jazz 41435 4-6 yr 12 classes 41434 3-4 yr 9 classes 41424 3-5 yr 10 classes

th 6:15pm-7:00pm Mar 16-Jun 8 DLDC DLDC staff $132 sa 10:00am-10:45am Mar 18-May 20 DLDC DLDC staff $108 w 4:30pm-5:15pm Apr 5-Jun 14 CVCC CVPA staff $85

Intro I Tap & Hip Hop 41433 3-5 yr 10 classes 41421 3-5 yr 10 classes

w 10:15am-11:00am Apr 5-Jun 14 CVCC CVPA staff $85 sa 10:30am-11:15am Mar 25-Jun 10 CVCC CVPA staff $85

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


Princess and Prince Storybook

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 4/17-4/22, 5/27-5/29.

Do you have little ones at home who love to dance around the house and listen to fairytales? this class is perfect for kids who dream of being a princess or prince. we will incorporate fairytale storybooks with ballet and creative dance. Each little darling will be welcome to dress up in his/her favorite fairytale attire and ballet slippers. Let your child’s imagination soar with this special class! Please wear ballet shoes. no class 4/20.

41455 4-6 yr 9 classes 41458 5-7 yr 9 classes 41456 4-6 yr 8 classes 41457 4-7 yr 8 classes

M CVCC M CVCC t sFCC sa sFCC

4:30pm-5:15pm Apr 3-Jun 12 CVPA staff $77 5:15pm-6:00pm Apr 3-Jun 12 CVPA staff $77 4:45pm-5:30pm Apr 4-May 23 CVPA staff $68 9:45am-10:30am Mar 25-May 20 CVPA staff $68

41484 3-6 yr th 5:30pm-6:15pm Mar 16-Jun 8 12 classes DLDC DLDC staff $132

“Dance-A-Lot” Introduce your child to ballet, tap and acrobatic techniques in a fun and exciting way. Advanced classes will continue with technique. students will create their own dances develop their own unique dance style. 41508 4-6 yr 10 classes 41504 3-4 yr 10 classes 41505 4-6 yr 10 classes

M 4:00pm-4:45pm Mar 13-May 15 sGCC Freitas $90 sa 10:00am-10:45am Mar 18-May 20 sGCC Freitas $90 sa 11:00am-11:45am Mar 18-May 20 sGCC Freitas $90

Advanced Advanced Instructor permission required to register. 41514 5-7 yr sa 12:00pm-12:55pm Mar 18-May 20 10 classes sGCC Freitas $100

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 4/17, 5/29. 41520 2½-4 yr 9 classes

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 4/16-4/22, 5/27-5/29. 41261 1½-3 yr 9 classes 41263 1½-3 yr 9 classes 41264 1½-3 yr 10 classes 41266 1½-3 yr 10 classes 41262 1½-3 yr 9 classes 41265 1½-3 yr 9 classes

M CVCC M CVCC th CVCC F CVCC sa CVCC sa sLCC

6:30pm-7:10pm Mar 27-Jun 5 Gymnastic staff $79 9:15am-9:55am Mar 27-Jun 5 Gymnastic staff $79 10:55am-11:35am Mar 30-Jun 8 Gymnastic staff $88 9:30am-10:10am Mar 31-Jun 9 Gymnastic staff $88 9:00am-9:40am Apr 1-Jun 10 Gymnastic staff $79 9:30am-10:00am Apr 1-Jun 10 Gymnastic staff $59

M 11:00am-11:45am Apr 3-Jun 12 CVCC CVPA staff $86

Together We Dance Infant/Parent class that introduces movement and rhythms to infants. Build body strength in your infant along with improving balance while your baby rocks to the beat of the music. this class is good for both crawlers and walkers. It is a great way to introduce your baby to dance class structure while meeting other infants. Babies learn new vocabulary such as tall, small, jump and roll! It is loads of fun for everyone! Parents are required to participate. no class 4/20. 41617 6 mo-1½ yr th 10:00am-10:45am Apr 6-Jun 15 10 classes CVCC CVPA staff $95

See the center section of this guide for 2017 Summer Camps! See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

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Gymnastics

Preschool Age – Dance/Music/Gymnastics

Hip Hop Dance

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Preschool Age – Gymnastics/Fitness

Gymnastics Tot and Me Movement

Small Fry Intermediate/Advanced

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 class 4/164/22, 5/27-5/29.

Intermediate/Advanced classes continue to build on the basic skills. Prerequisite skills: gymnastics terminology, all rolls, teddybear, cartwheel and unassisted bars and high beam basics. Requires instructor’s approval to register.

41287 2½-3½ yr 9 classes 41290 2½-3½ yr 10 classes 41288 2½-3½ yr 10 classes 41289 2½-3½ yr 9 classes 41291 2½-3½ yr 10 classes

Parent and Me Yoga

M CVCC t CVCC F CVCC sa CVCC F CVCC

11:30am-12:00pm Mar 27-Jun 5 Gymnastic staff $59 9:30am-10:00am Mar 28-Jun 6 Gymnastic staff $66 6:00pm-6:30pm Mar 31-Jun 9 Gymnastic staff $66 9:50am-10:20am Apr 1-Jun 10 Gymnastic staff $59 10:20am-10:50am Mar 31-Jun 9 Gymnastic staff $66

Gymnastics Small Fry

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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 4/16-4/22, 5/14, 5/17, 5/27-5/29,

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41286 3-4 yr 8 classes 41268 3-4 yr 9 classes 41273 4-5 yr 9 classes 41274 4-5 yr 9 classes 41279 5-6 yr 9 classes 41267 3-4 yr 10 classes 41275 4-5 yr 10 classes 41269 3-4 yr 10 classes 41282 4-5 yr 10 classes 41270 3-4 yr 10 classes 41276 4-5 yr 10 classes 41281 5-6 yr 10 classes 41285 4-5 yr 10 classes 41271 3-4 yr 9 classes 41272 3-4 yr 9 classes 41277 3-4 yr 9 classes 41278 4-5 yr 9 classes 41283 4-5 yr 9 classes 41284 5-6 yr 9 classes

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10:00am-10:25am Mar 26-Jun 4 Gymnastic staff $44 10:05am-10:30am Mar 27-Jun 5 Gymnastic staff $49 10:40am-11:20am Mar 27-Jun 5 Gymnastic staff $79 3:45pm-4:25pm Mar 27-Jun 5 Gymnastic staff $79 4:35pm-5:15pm Mar 27-Jun 5 Gymnastic staff $79 10:10am-10:35am Mar 28-Jun 6 Gymnastic staff $55 10:45am-11:25am Mar 28-Jun 6 Gymnastic staff $88 9:30am-9:55am Mar 30-Jun 8 Gymnastic staff $55 10:05am-10:45am Mar 30-Jun 8 Gymnastic staff $88 3:45pm-4:10pm Mar 31-Jun 9 Gymnastic staff $55 4:20pm-5:00pm Mar 31-Jun 9 Gymnastic staff $88 5:10pm-5:50pm Mar 31-Jun 9 Gymnastic staff $88 11:00am-11:40am Mar 31-Jun 9 Gymnastic staff $88 10:30am-10:55am Apr 1-Jun 10 Gymnastic staff $49 10:10am-10:40am Apr 1-Jun 10 Gymnastic staff $59 11:05am-11:30am Apr 1-Jun 10 Gymnastic staff $55 10:50am-11:20am Apr 1-Jun 10 Gymnastic staff $59 11:40am-12:20pm Apr 1-Jun 10 Gymnastic staff $79 12:30pm-1:10pm Apr 1-Jun 10 Gymnastic staff $79

41280 4-6 yr t/th 4:15pm-5:10pm Mar 28-Jun 8 20 classes CVCC Gymnastic staff $242

Health & Fitness 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. Bring a mat if you like. some mats will be provided. Class fee is for one child and one parent. Please call for sibling rates and registration. no class 4/3, 5/29. 41595 2-5 yr 5 classes 41596 2-5 yr 4 classes

M 9:30am-10:15am Mar 20-Apr 24 CVCC Green $50 M 9:30am-10:15am May 1-May 22 CVCC Green $40

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


Wee Hoop Basketball 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 this parent-child class focuses on gross motor skills like throwing and making baskets on a 2½-foot hoop. It also incorporates group gamed that teach colors, shapes and counting. no class 4/15, 5/27. 41822 1½-3 yr 5 classes 41823 1½-3 yr 5 classes

Yoga for Kids Ages 3-7

41597 3-7 yr 5 classes 41598 3-7 yr 4 classes

th 4:00pm-4:45pm KAsCC Green th 4:00pm-4:45pm KAsCC Green

Mar 23-Apr 27 $45 May 11-Jun 1 $36

41830 5-6 yr 5 classes 41824 5-6 yr 5 classes 41831 5-6 yr 5 classes 41825 5-6 yr 5 classes

Gabriel 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, selfawareness, respect and dedication in a fun, educational and motivating environment. Uniforms are available for purchase for $30. Mar 29-Jun 7 $125

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6:45pm-7:45pm Mar 29-Apr 26 wee Hoop staff $75 11:20am-12:20pm Apr 1-May 6 wee Hoop staff $75 6:45pm-7:45pm May 3-May 31 wee Hoop staff $75 11:20am-12:20pm May 13-Jun 17 wee Hoop staff $75

Jump Shooters this class helps children to develop physical feats such as balancing on one foot and hopping. It also introduces basketball skills based upon their increased coordination. At this level, parents are encouraged to take on a supportive role with lots of high-fives and praise from the sideline. no class 4/15, 5/27. 41835 3-4 yr 5 classes 41826 3-4 yr 5 classes 41836 3-4 yr 5 classes 41827 3-4 yr 5 classes

Martial Arts

41603 3-4 yr w 4:00pm-4:30pm 11 classes sFCC Gabriel

Ballers this 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. no class 4/15, 5/27.

w stOnE sa stOnE w stOnE sa stOnE

6:00pm-6:40pm Mar 29-Apr 26 wee Hoop staff $72 9:40am-10:25am Apr 1-May 6 wee Hoop staff $72 6:00pm-6:40pm May 3-May 31 wee Hoop staff $72 9:40am-10:25am May 13-Jun 17 wee Hoop staff $72

Hot Shots this class places more of an emphasis on developing basketball skills and learning basic rules of the game. Over time, the children will be able to use their skills and knowledge in controlled instructional scrimmages. the activities in this class will encourage teamwork and new friendships. no class 4/15, 5/27. 41828 4-5 yr 5 classes 41829 4-5 yr 5 classes

sa 10:30am-11:15am Apr 1-May 6 stOnE wee Hoop staff $72 sa 10:30am-11:15am May 13-Jun 17 stOnE wee Hoop staff $72

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

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Jump like frogs, stretch like cats, and roar like lions. Become stronger, balance better and breathe. yoga for Kids is 45 minutes of non-competitive fun in a supportive and validating environment. Using our bodies and imaginations we’ll practice yoga poses, breathing, gratitude, and self-love! Great for strengthening muscles, improving balance, increasing self-confidence, and learning ways to calm the mind. no experience necessary. Please bring a favorite blanket for our final relaxation. Bring a mat if you like. Mats will be provided. no class 4/6.

sa 9:00am-9:35am Apr 1-May 6 stOnE wee Hoop staff $72 sa 9:00am-9:35am May 13-Jun 17 stOnE wee Hoop staff $72

Preschool Age – Martial Arts/Sports

Sports

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Preschool Age – Sports

Lil’ All Stars Baseball Pee Wee Baseball this parent-child class will introduce the game of baseball through fun, ageappropriate activities and games. we will focus on the development of motor skills while teaching the basic fundamentals of baseball: hitting, throwing, catching, fielding, and base-running. this fun class will involve a lot of repetition and positive reinforcement. Parent participation is required. no class 4/15-4/29, 5/27. 42331 2½-3½ yr sa 9:20am-10:10am Apr 1-Jun 10 8 classes CAnP t1A staff $130

Rookies Baseball we offer a motivating and noncompetitive environment to introduce hitting, throwing, catching, fielding, base-running and basic baseball rules. this fun class will involve a lot of repetition and skills progression as we focus on the baseball fundamentals and motor skills development. Parent participation is recommended. no class 4/14-4/29, 5/27.

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42332 3-4½ yr 8 classes 42334 3-6 yr 8 classes

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Kidz Love Soccer 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. no class 4/15, 5/27. Mommy, Daddy & Me Soccer As you and your child participate in our fun age appropriate activities, your child will be developing their large motor skills and socialization skills. A variety of activities designed around the game of soccer will be played each week. 41858 2-3½ yr 9 classes 41862 2-3½ yr 9 classes 41859 2-3½ yr 9 classes

t 6:00pm-6:30pm Apr 4-May 30 KP KLs staff $125 w 9:30am-10:00am Apr 5-May 31 PALHP KLs staff $125 sa 5:00pm-5:30pm Apr 8-Jun 17 ssVP KLs staff $125

Tot Pre-Soccer Age appropriate activities include: skill demonstrations, fun games and instructional scrimmages. young soccer enthusiasts experience the soccer fun in a safe, non-competitive environment. 41855 3½-5 yr 9 classes 41860 3½-5 yr 9 classes 41863 3½-4 yr 9 classes 41864 3½-5 yr 9 classes 41846 4-5 yr 9 classes

t KP sa ssVP w PALHP w PALHP w PALHP

5:15pm-5:50pm KLs staff 4:15pm-4:50pm KLs staff 5:50pm-6:20pm KLs staff 10:10am-10:45am KLs staff 5:15pm-5:50pm KLs staff

sa 10:20am-11:10am Apr 1-Jun 10 CAnP t1A staff $130 M 3:30pm-4:20pm Apr 3-May 22 CVCC t1A staff $130

Sluggers Baseball Get ready for tee Ball! this intermediate class will focus on the continued development of baseball skills, proper technique as well as baseball specific body positioning. teamwork and team dynamics are emphasized. Prior baseball experience required, or must have enrolled in two sessions of Lil’ All stars Rookies Baseball class, or instructor approval. 42330 4½-6 yr 8 classes 42321 4½-6 yr 8 classes

sa 11:20am-12:10pm Apr 1-Jun 10 CAnP t1A staff $130 M 4:30pm-5:20pm Apr 3-May 22 CVCC t1A staff $130

Baseball Clinic this baseball training clinic will emphasize the continued progression and refinement of baseball skills and focus on proper technique and baseball-specific body positioning. students will build their confidence and self-esteem as they prepare for the transition to organized baseball. Baseball gloves, bat, batting helmet highly recommended. the completion of Lil’ All stars sluggers Baseball class or prior baseball experience required. 42337 5-8 yr 8 classes 42323 5-8 yr 8 classes

sa 11:20am-12:10pm Apr 1-Jun 10 CAnP t1A staff $130 M 5:30pm-6:20pm Apr 3-May 22 CVCC t1A staff $130

Apr 4-May 30 $125 Apr 8-Jun 17 $125 Apr 5-May 31 $125 Apr 5-May 31 $125 Apr 5-May 31 $125

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


Sports Movement

Join us for this fun, curriculum-based basketball class as we introduce dribbling, passing, catching, shooting and the basic rules of the game. we focus on the development of important motor skills needed to play basketball while emphasizing teamwork and a positive attitude. Repetition and skills progression through age appropriate drills will build young basketball players’ confidence and self-esteem. Parent participation is required. no class 4/15-4/29, 5/27.

Join us for this fun and noncompetitive class as we give children their first experience with different sports. this series of classes is part of the Early Childhood sports Enrichment program. we will focus on developing motor skills while introducing the fundamentals and basic rules of baseball, basketball, soccer and golf. this curriculum-based class will increase children’s self-esteem and confidence while instilling a lifelong enthusiasm for an active and healthy lifestyle. no class 4/14-4/29, 5/27.

Pee Wee Basketball

42360 3-5½ yr 8 classes 42362 3-5½ yr 8 classes 42361 3-5½ yr 8 classes

42350 3-4 yr 8 classes 42351 3-4½ yr 8 classes

F 9:45am-10:30am Mar 31-May 26 CVCC t1A staff $128 sa 10:10am-10:55am Apr 1-Jun 10 CVCC t1A staff $128

Rookies Basketball 42348 4½-5 yr 8 classes 42354 3½-6 yr 8 classes

F 9:45am-10:30am Mar 31-May 26 CVCC t1A staff $128 sa 9:15am-10:05am Apr 1-Jun 10 CVCC t1A staff $99

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 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. 41945 2½-4 yr 6 classes 41949 2½-4 yr 6 classes 41946 2½-4 yr 6 classes 41950 2½-4 yr 6 classes

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Tennis Little Buddies Tennis 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. 41670 4-6 yr 10 classes 41668 4-6 yr 10 classes

w 5:30pm-6:15pm Mar 29-May 31 CVtC savich $100 sa 11:15am-12:00pm Apr 1-Jun 24 CVtC Hill $100

9:00am-9:30am Mar 11-Apr 15 MMP staff $95 9:30am-10:00am Mar 13-Apr 17 MMP staff $95 9:00am-9:30am Apr 29-Jun 3 MMP staff $95 9:30am-10:00am May 1-Jun 5 MMP staff $95

Pee Wee Soccer 41941 4-5 yr 6 classes 41943 4-5 yr 6 classes 41942 4-5 yr 6 classes 41952 4-5 yr 6 classes

sa PALHP M PALHP sa PALHP M PALHP

9:35am-10:15am Mar 11-Apr 15 MMP staff $95 10:05am-10:50am Mar 13-Apr 17 MMP staff $95 9:35am-10:15am Apr 29-Jun 3 MMP staff $95 10:05am-10:50am May 1-Jun 5 MMP staff $95

Soccer – Rookies we focus on developing soccer skills such as dribbling, passing, kicking, shooting ball control, power, agility and endurance. All activities are age appropriate, non-competitive and fun. 42406 4-6 yr 6 classes 42401 3-5½ yr 9 classes 42407 4-6 yr 6 classes

w 5:30pm-6:15pm Mar 15-Apr 19 ADOBE t1A staff $99 t 10:40am-11:25am Apr 4-May 30 CVCC t1A staff $128 w 5:30pm-6:15pm Apr 26-May 31 ADOBE t1A staff $99

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

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Parents and Tots

F 10:40am-11:25am Mar 31-May 26 CVCC t1A staff $128 sa 11:10am-11:55pm Apr 1-Jun 10 CVCC t1A staff $128 t 9:45am-10:30am Apr 4-May 23 CVCC t1A staff $128

Preschool Age – Sports/Tennis

Take 1 Sports Basketball

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School Age

CREATE

Ages 7-12 Years

H.A.R.D.

Friday Nights for Kids at MJCC the Matt Jimenez Community Center becomes the hot spot for kids on Friday nights! In a secure, fun, and friendly atmosphere, kids will develop social skills and gain self-esteem through recreational activities. 6-12 yr F 6:00pm-8:30pm MJCC $7 drop-in per night Apr 7, 14, 21, 28 May 5, 12, 19, 26 Jun 2, 9 n

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Art Art of All Kinds

After School

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After School Program

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A safe and fun environment where staff blends intentional programming with recreational games and activities to promote positive social interaction and encourage growth through adventure. this supervised drop-in recreation program includes activities such as: arts and crafts, computer games, board games, homework club, sports, group games and optional fieldtrips. Please note 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. MJCC will be closed the week of April 3-7 for Spring Break Camp and San Lorenzo will be closed the week of April 17-21 for Spring Break Camp. 41366 6-12 yr 41368 6-12 yr

Mar 13-Jun 9 M/tu/th/F w Mar 13-Jun 9 M/tu/th/F w

MJCC 3:00pm-6:00pm 1:00pm-6:00pm sLCC 3:00pm-6:00pm 1:00pm-6:00pm

$50 $50

Take 1 Academy Homework Club Homework help and after school activities. no class 5/29. 42413 6-11 yr 6 classes 42414 5-11 yr 8 classes 42417 6-11 yr 8 classes

M/w 3:30pm-5:15pm Mar 13-Mar 29 CVCC t1A staff $165 M/w 3:30pm-5:15pm Apr 3-Apr 26 CVCC t1A staff $220 M/w 3:30pm-5:15pm May 3-May 31 CVCC t1A staff $220

Homework Club Extended Care 42433 6-11 yr 6 classes 42434 6-11 yr 8 classes 42435 6-11 yr 8 classes

M/w 2:30pm-3:30pm Mar 13-Mar 29 CVCC t1A staff $48 M/w 2:30pm-3:30pm Apr 3-Apr 26 CVCC t1A staff $64 M/w 2:30pm-3:30pm May 3-May 31 CVCC t1A staff $64

Give your child the opportunity to explore and experiment in different art media such as playdough, collage sculpture, paint and drawing in this selfdirected art class. Parents participation is optional. Please wear clothes that can get messy and bring a box to take your art home in. no class 4/21. 41536 3-6 yr F 11:00am-12:00pm 6 classes ADOBE Egan 41535 3-8 yr F 12:30pm-1:30pm 6 classes ADOBE Egan 41537 4-10 yr F 2:30pm-3:30pm 6 classes ADOBE Egan 41534 6-10 yr F 4:00pm-5:00pm 6 classes ADOBE Egan *$15 supply fee due at first class.

Mar 24-May 5 $75* Mar 24-May 5 $75* Mar 24-May 5 $75* Mar 24-May 5 $75*

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 4/8.

Parent/Child Hand and Wheel 41539 5-17 yr 6 classes

sa 9:00am-10:30am Mar 25-May 6 ADOBE Egan $115/$95 sibling*

Beginning Wheel 41538 8-17 yr sa 11:00am-12:30pm Mar 25-May 6 6 classes ADOBE Egan $100* *$15 supply fee payable to instructor at first class.

Drawers’ Studio Develop drawing skills through observations and practices. Using pencil, graphite, charcoal and ink, learn drawing techniques such as thick to thin lines, creating texture, dry and wet brushing and tones of ink wash. wear clothes that can get messy. 41543 6-13 yr t 3:30pm-5:00pm Mar 21-May 30 11 classes ADOBE McPherson $140* 41542 6-13 yr sa 11:00am-12:30pm Mar 25-Jun 3 11 classes ADOBE McPherson $140* *$40 material fee due at first class.

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


Learn to draw real animals like dogs, cats, horses and even hippopotamus’ while creating unique fantasy animals...maybe even a dragon. studio techniques incorporate how to use fine lines and shapes in drawings. Use graphite drawing and colored pencils, charcoal and oil pastels for your creations. Bring an art shirt to wear. 41693 5-7 yr F 3:30pm-4:30pm Mar 24-Jun 2 11 classes ADOBE McPherson $130* *$40 supply fee payable to instructor at first class.

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. no class 5/27. 41544 6-14 yr M 3:30pm-5:00pm Mar 20-May 22 10 classes ADOBE McPherson $140* 41545 6-14 yr sa 9:00am-10:30am Mar 25-Jun 3 10 classes ADOBE McPherson $140* *$40 supply fee due at first class.

Drawing, Painting and Collage

41540 5-7 yr th 4:00pm-5:00pm Apr 27-Jun 1 6 classes ADOBE McGough $65* *$15 supply fee payable to instructor on the first day of class.

Fashion Arts Intro to Dressmaking take your designs to the next level while learning to apply basic math into the design process of fashion design. this handson class covers start to finish how to design and construct a garment from a pattern. you will be skilled in sewing fundamentals, fabric cutting, setting in a zipper and how to read a pattern to confidently create your first garment. supplies are included in the material fee. sewing machines are required. Please email hello@myfashiondesignkit.com if you need to borrow a machine. 41546 8-16 yr sa 9:00am-12:30pm Mar 18-Apr 8 4 classes sFCC Lucero $130* 41548 8-16 yr sa 9:00am-12:30pm Apr 22-May 13 4 classes sFCC Lucero $130* *$40 material fee due at first class.

Be the creator! Dressmaking II allows students the freedom to bring their creativity to the table, to design and construct their idea in a drafted sewing pattern, fitted to their measurements. this class focuses not only on creativity but math and engineering into the process of designing through basic flat pattern making methods. supplies are included in the material fee. sewing machines are required, but if you do not have one please email helllo@myfashiondesignkit.com. 41547 8-16 yr sa 1:00pm-3:00pm Mar 18-Apr 8 4 classes sFCC Lucero $130* 41550 8-16 yr sa 1:00pm-3:00pm Apr 22-May 13 4 classes sFCC Lucero $130* *$40 material fee due at first class.

Dance & Music Hip Hop Dance Do you want to dance like your favorite “hip-hop” stars? Learn to loosen up, gain rhythm and have controlled isolated movements while learning short combinations. Have some serious fun learning the latest moves. All music and movement is age appropriate. Please wear comfortable street shoes, preferably athletic shoes. no class 4/15-4/20. 41445 6-12 yr 10 classes 41442 8-12 yr 9 classes 41457 4-7 yr 8 classes 41458 5-7 yr 9 classes 41437 6-10 yr 8 classes 41438 7-12 yr 10 classes 41439 7-12 yr 10 classes 41444 10-14 yr 10 classes

th wPCC sa DLDC sa sFCC M CVCC w sFCC w CVCC th CVCC w sFCC

6:00pm-6:55pm Mar 16-May 18 Freitas $100 12:30pm-1:15pm Mar 18-May 20 DLDC staff $108 9:45am-10:30am Mar 25-May 20 CVPA staff $68 5:15pm-6:00pm Apr 3-Jun 12 CVPA staff $77 5:30pm-6:15pm Apr 5-May 24 CVPA staff $68 6:15pm-7:15pm Apr 5-Jun 14 CVPA staff $95 7:00pm-8:00pm Apr 6-Jun 15 CVPA staff $95 7:30pm-8:15pm Apr 12-Jun 14 Mamone $75

Tap Dance Calling all aspiring young shirley temples and Gene Kellys –put your tap shoes on! tap is a great way to appreciate rhythm and musicality. Learn fundamentals such as shuffles, flaps, cramp rolls, buffalos and time-steps. work on basic tap skills then progress through tap steps and combinations. Classes will emphasize footwork and the expression of rhythm through sounds. Please wear tap shoes. no class 4/20, 5/29. 41491 8-10 yr 10 classes 41493 10-12 yr 10 classes 41492 8-12 yr 10 classes

M 6:00pm-6:30pm Apr 3-Jun 12 sFCC Mamone $45 M 6:30pm-7:00pm Apr 3-Jun 12 sFCC Mamone $45 th 6:00pm-7:00pm Apr 6-Jun 15 CVCC CVPA staff $85

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

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Learn to express yourself while using various mediums such as paint, pastels, felt pens and various types of paper. Exercises are designed to explore the elements of art such as line, shape and color in both two and three dimensions.

Dressmaking II

School Age – Art/Fashion Arts/Dance

Little Drawer’s Studio – Animals from Real to Fantasy

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School Age – Dance/Gymnastics

Give Me A “C” Cheerleading

Jazz Dance

Learn the fundamentals of cheerleading while having a blast! Learn sideline cheers, jumps, kicks, turns and dance routines. we’ll choose class colors, a class mascot, make t-shirts and use pom poms. Invite your friends and family as you cheer for our last class team performance. no class 4/22, 5/27.

this energetic class features stretching, isolations and basic jazz steps. Move across the floor working on coordination, agility, and basic dance technique through progressions of runs, turns, leaps, etc. you will also learn short combinations emphasizing musicality and rhythm, athleticism and style. A great class for active boys and girls! Please wear jazz shoes or ballet slippers. no class 4/20.

41528 6-8 yr sa 1:00pm-2:00pm Mar 25-Jun 10 10 classes CVCC CVPA staff $95

Ballet Dance Ballet is not only a beautiful art form it is the basis for all dance forms. we will emphasize technical skills at the barre and center floor as well as vocabulary. Learn simple coordination, musicality, rhythm, concentration and discipline. no class 4/19, 4/20.

Ballet 41472 8-14 yr 10 classes 41470 5-7 yr 10 classes 41473 8-12 yr 10 classes

w 5:45pm-6:30pm Mar 15-May 24 DLDC DLDC staff $120 th 4:15pm-5:00pm Mar 16-May 18 wPCC Freitas $90 th 4:00pm-5:00pm Apr 6-Jun 15 CVCC CVPA staff $85

Ballet Intermediate Instructor approval needed for registration. 41475 8-14 yr 10 classes 41471 5-7 yr 10 classes

M 6:00pm-6:55pm Mar 13-May 15 sGCC Freitas $100 th 5:00pm-5:55pm Mar 16-May 18 wPCC Freitas $100

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Combination Dance

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41497 5-7 yr 10 classes 41498 6-10 yr 10 classes 41499 11-16 yr 10 classes 41494 8-12 yr 10 classes

M sGCC t wPCC t wPCC th CVCC

5:00pm-5:55pm Mar 13-May 15 Freitas $100 5:00pm-5:55pm Mar 14-May 16 Freitas $100 6:00pm-6:55pm Mar 14-May 16 Freitas $100 5:00pm-6:00pm Apr 6-Jun 15 CVPA staff $85

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. 41501 8-17 yr M 7:00pm-7:55pm Mar 13-May 15 10 classes sGCC Freitas $100

Gymnastics

Classes are divided into two disciplines each class. Tap: Learn basic tap technique and a just-for-fun dance to perform on the last day of class. tap shoes required. Hip Hop: Have fun loosening up, gaining rhythm and learning to dance. All music and movement is ageappropriate. tennis shoes required. Ballet: Learn fundamental ballet foot and arm positions, coordination, musicality, rhythm and discipline is emphasized. Please wear leotards, tights, and ballet slippers. Jazz:this energetic class features stretching, isolations and basic jazz steps. simple coordination, musicality and rhythm are emphasized. Ballet slippers or jazz shoes are required. no class 4/15-4/22.

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 4/164/22, 5/14, 5/27-5/28. 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.

Tap & Ballet

Girls Beginning

41463 7-10 yr 8 classes 41467 6-10 yr 8 classes 41460 6-8 yr 10 classes 41461 6-10 yr 8 classes

sa sFCC t sFCC w CVCC w sFCC

12:00pm-1:00pm Mar 25-May 20 CVPA staff $80 5:30pm-6:15pm Apr 4-May 23 CVPA staff $68 5:15pm-6:15pm Apr 5-Jun 14 CVPA staff $95 4:45pm-5:30pm Apr 5-May 24 CVPA staff $68

Tap & Jazz 41465 5-7 yr 9 classes 41462 4-6 yr 10 classes 41466 6-8 yr 10 classes

sa 10:45am-11:30am Mar 18-May 20 DLDC DLDC staff $108 w 6:30pm-7:15pm Apr 5-Jun 7 sFCC Mamone $92 F 3:45pm-4:45pm Apr 17-Jun 16 CVCC CVPA staff $95

Tap & Hip Hop 41464 6-8 yr t 5:15pm-6:15pm Apr 4-Jun 13 10 classes CVCC CVPA staff $95

41259 6-10 yr 8 classes 41260 6-10 yr 8 classes 41250 6-10 yr 9 classes 41256 6-10 yr 10 classes 41257 6-10 yr 10 classes 41251 6-10 yr 10 classes 41249 6-10 yr 9 classes 41258 6-10 yr 9 classes

su CVCC su CVCC M CVCC w CVCC w CVCC F CVCC sa CVCC sa CVCC

10:30am-11:25am Mar 26-Jun 4 Gymnastic staff $96 11:30am-12:25pm Mar 26-Jun 4 Gymnastic staff $96 5:25pm-6:20pm Mar 27-Jun 5 Gymnastic staff $108 4:45pm-5:40pm Mar 29-Jun 7 Gymnastic staff $121 3:45pm-4:40pm Mar 29-Jun 7 Gymnastic staff $121 6:40pm-7:35pm Mar 31-Jun 9 Gymnastic staff $121 1:20pm-2:15pm Apr 1-Jun 10 Gymnastic staff $108 3:20pm-4:15pm Apr 1-Jun 10 Gymnastic staff $108

Boys Beginning 41252 6-10 yr 9 classes

sa 2:20pm-3:15pm Apr 1-Jun 10 CVCC Gymnastic staff $108

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


Vinyasa classes are lively, energetic, fluid classes, synchronizing breath with movement. Build strength, flexibility, and focus. Cleanse the body and calm the mind. Each class is unique and will vary from day to day. Arm balances and inversions are taught at an approachable pace with plenty of instruction and modifications. Physically challenging, yet accessible, you will leave feeling refreshed and renewed. the word “vinyasa” is sanskrit, used to define breath connected with movement. no class 4/17. 41932 5-11 yr 8 classes

M 4:00pm-4:45pm Mar 27-May 22 DLDC Armas $76

Yoga for Kids Ages 3-7 – See page 17.

School Age – Fitness/Martial Arts

Vinyasa Yoga

Martial Arts Gung Fu Advanced Beginning Girls Must have completed at least two sessions of beginner and receive instructor approval. 41248 6-10 yr 10 classes 41255 6-10 yr 10 classes

w 5:45pm-6:40pm Mar 29-Jun 7 CVCC Gymnastic staff $121 w 6:45pm-7:40pm Mar 29-Jun 7 CVCC Gymnastic staff $121

41253 6-10 yr t/th 5:15pm-6:10pm Mar 28-Jun 8 20 classes CVCC Gymnastic staff $242

Advanced students must complete beginner and intermediate levels and be given an advancement card or have instructor approval. 41254 6-10 yr t/th 6:15pm-7:10pm Mar 28-Jun 8 20 classes CVCC Gymnastic staff $242

Health & Fitness Yoga for Kids 8-12 Bring your heart, imagination, and lots of energy to yoga for Kids 8-12. Enjoy 45-minutes of noncompetitive fun in a supportive and validating environment. Using our bodies and imaginations we’ll practice yoga poses, play games, learn new ways to breathe and relax and explore gratitude, and self-love! Great for strengthening muscles, improving balance, increasing self-confidence, and learning ways to calm the mind. no experience necessary. Please bring a favorite blanket for our final relaxation. Bring a mat if you like. Mats will be provided. no class 4/6. 41601 8-12 yr 5 classes 41602 8-12 yr 4 classes

th 5:00pm-5:45pm KAsCC Green th 5:00pm-5:45pm KAsCC Green

Mar 23-Apr 27 $50 May 11-Jun 1 $40

Beginning 41612 7 yr + M/w 6:00pm-7:30pm Apr 3-Jun 14 21 classes wPCC Martinez $125

Intermediate/Advanced 41613 7 yr + M/w 7:30pm-9:00pm Apr 3-Jun 14 21 classes wPCC Martinez $125

Gabriel 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, selfawareness, respect and dedication in a fun, educational and motivating environment. Uniforms are available for purchase for $30.

Beginner 41604 5-10 yr w 4:35pm-5:15pm 11 classes sFCC Gabriel

Mar 29-Jun 7 $125

Yellow Belt 41605 6-15 yr w 5:20pm-6:00pm 11 classes sFCC Gabriel

Mar 29-Jun 7 $125

Orange Belt and Above 41606 6-17 yr w 6:05pm-6:45pm 11 classes sFCC Gabriel

Mar 29-Jun 7 $125

Gabriel Martial Arts Teen Beginner 41607 11-17 yr w 6:50pm-7:30pm 11 classes sFCC Gabriel

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

Mar 29-Jun 7 $125

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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.

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. no class 5/29.

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School Age – Martial Arts/Special Interest

Leaping Leopard Shaolin Kenpo

Karate/Aikido

Leaping Leopard shaolin Kenpo, the Incredible Power of self-Defense, is a comprehensive system of martial arts developed to meet the self Defense needs of individuals in today’s society. this Art addresses selfdefense situations against multiple attackers including attackers with weapons. you will also improve in areas of concentration, self-discipline, self-confidence, motivation and physical fitness.

Learn the techniques of both Karate and Aikido. Okinawan Karate will teach basic physical training, strikes, blocks, kicks, self-defense and sparring. Aikido teaches footwork, balance, falls, rolls, and controlling techniques. Learn how to use the power of your opponent to your advantage while developing selfdiscipline and confidence. Instructed by a certified black belt. no class 5/29.

Beginner to Purple Belt

41412 7 yr + 10 classes 41413 7 yr + 10 classes

41397 6-12 yr 10 classes 41394 6-12 yr 11 classes 41398 6-12 yr 11 classes 41395 6-12 yr 11 classes

M sLCC t sGCC th sFCC sa sGCC

6:30pm-8:00pm Mar 20-May 22 santiago $114 6:30pm-7:30pm Mar 21-May 30 santiago $125 6:30pm-8:00pm Mar 23-Jun 1 santiago $125 9:00am-10:10am Mar 25-Jun 3 santiago $125

Purple Belt to Blue Belt 41396 6-12 yr sa 10:15am-11:45am Mar 25-Jun 3 11 classes sGCC santiago $125

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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.) no class 4/12.

White Belt 41652 5-11 yr w 5:30pm-6:10pm Apr 5-Jun 14 10 classes sGCC Gothard $90

Yellow Belts 41653 5-11 yr w 6:15pm-6:55pm Apr 5-Jun 14 10 classes sGCC Gothard $90

Orange Belts 41654 5-11 yr w 7:00pm-7:40pm Apr 5-Jun 14 10 classes sGCC Gothard $90

M 4:00pm-6:00pm Mar 27-Jun 5 CVCC Brown $125 w 6:00pm-8:00pm Mar 29-May 31 sFCC Brown $125

Special Interest Cooking Classes: Flavors of Vietnam, Thailand and Japan 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.

Flavors of Thailand 42357 12 yr + 1 class

w 6:00pm-8:00pm KAsCC Becker

Apr 12 $50

Make Your Own Sushi 42256 12 yr + 1 class

w 6:00pm-8:00pm KAsCC Becker

May 24 $55

Vietnamese Pho from Scratch 42356 12 yr + 1 class

w 6:00pm-8:00pm KAsCC Becker

Mar 29 $50

Japanese Summer Festival Dishes 42255 12 yr + 1 class

w 6:00pm-8:00pm KAsCC Becker

Jun 7 $50

Engineering for Kids Ever wondered what it would be like to build cool things-everything from bridges to robots to towers? Discover what it means to be an engineer through fun group projects and win tons of prizes along the way! 42202 7-14 yr 7 classes

th 6:00pm-7:00pm Mar 16-Apr 27 sFCC salpekar $50

Succulent Fairy Garden Make and learn how to care for your own succulent dish garden. Choose from a variety of containers and decorations. Container, assorted succulents, soil, decorative sand and gravel, rocks and decorative accessories all included. Bring your garden gloves and apron if you want. Disposable aprons and surgical gloves provided. 41649 5 yr + sa 10:00am-1:00pm 1 class CVCC Underwood *$10 material fee due at first class.

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

Mar 4 $30*


School Age – Sports

Sports 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 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. Baseball Baseball is back! During our awesome class our coaches will focus on teaching about fundamentals of baseball and softball. Each class player will learn techniques of proper fielding, catching and hitting along with base running and base recognition. Advanced drills and fun games will be played to further knowledge of this sport. su PALHP su PALHP su PALHP su PALHP

1:00pm-1:45pm Mar 12-Apr 16 MMP staff $95 1:00pm-1:45pm Apr 30-Jun 4 MMP staff $95 1:50pm-2:35pm Mar 12-Apr 16 MMP staff $95 1:50pm-2:35pm Apr 30-Jun 4 MMP staff $95

Basketball Basketball is a great class taught by enthusiastic coaches who will teach techniques of shooting, dribbling and passing from the triple threat position. Each day is concluded with game play. MMAPs Basketball is a fun and educational way to learn about this great team sport and become a great player. 41967 5-7 yr 6 classes 41968 5-7 yr 5 classes 41992 8-12 yr 6 classes 41996 8-12 yr 5 classes

M stOnE M stOnE M stOnE M stOnE

6:00pm-6:45pm Mar 6-Apr 10 MMP staff $95 6:00pm-6:45pm Apr 17-May 22 MMP staff $80 6:50pm-7:35pm Mar 6-Apr 10 MMP staff $95 6:50pm-7:35pm Apr 17-May 22 MMP staff $80

Flag Football Flag Football is a class designed to teach each student rules, skils, positions and strategies of flag football. this will be done through fun drills. games and team play in this no-tackle sport. 41962 5-7 yr 6 classes 41964 5-7 yr 6 classes 41963 8-12 yr 6 classes 41965 8-12 yr 6 classes

sa PALHP sa PALHP sa PALHP sa PALHP

12:00pm-12:45pm Mar 11-Apr 15 MMP staff $95 12:00pm-12:45pm Apr 29-Jun 3 MMP staff $95 12:50pm-1:35pm Mar 11-Apr 15 MMP staff $95 12:50pm-1:35pm Apr 29-Jun 3 MMP staff $95

round class for all those kids who just want to play the game. we will coach by catching by instruction. Individual players and teams during the game. Please join us and bring your friends! 41966 5-7 yr 6 classes 41970 8-12 yr 6 classes 41969 5-7 yr 5 classes 41971 8-12 yr 5 classes

t stOnE t stOnE t stOnE t stOnE

6:00pm-6:45pm Mar 7-Apr 11 MMP staff $95 6:50pm-7:35pm Mar 7-Apr 11 MMP staff $95 6:00pm-6:45pm Apr 18-May 23 MMP staff $80 6:50pm-7:35pm Apr 18-May 23 MMP staff $80

Soccer Magic Class designed to teach basic and advanced techniques of kicking, dribbling and control and many other additional moves and skills. Our class is taught through fun drills and games each day concludes with game play. Join us and bring a friend. we are having a ball. 41956 5-7 yr 6 classes 41958 5-7 yr 6 classes

sa 10:20am-11:05am Mar 11-Apr 15 PALHP MMP staff $95 sa 10:20am-11:05am Apr 29-Jun 3 PALHP MMP staff $95

Soccer Technique soccer techniques class will focus on increasing previously learned soccer skills and techniques through advanced drills and games will be played to further knowledge of game. Become a pro shooting, passing and dribbling. Please join us and bring your friends. we are having a ball. 41957 8-12 yr 6 classes 41961 8-12 yr 6 classes

sa 11:10am-11:55am Mar 11-Apr 15 PALHP MMP staff $95 sa 11:10am-11:55am Apr 29-Jun 3 PALHP MMP staff $95

Youth Volleyball Clinic this volleyball clinic teaches the fundamentals of passing, setting, serving, and defense with instruction is in court movement and simulated game play. Participants will be divided into groups based on age, skill level, and experience. Gymnasium access via Jack Holland sr. Park, 16301 E.14th street. Preregistration is required. 41240 8-10 yr 9 classes 41241 11-14 yr 9 classes

t EMs t EMs

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

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

Apr 11-Jun 6 $75 Apr 11-Jun 6 $75

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41974 5-7 yr 6 classes 42052 5-7 yr 6 classes 41975 8-12 yr 6 classes 42053 8-12 yr 6 classes

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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 into 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.

Basketball Clinic

Take 1 Sports Baseball

41234 6-9 yr 8 classes

Our goal is to teach children the game of baseball through engaging age-appropriate activities and drills while reinforcing team building and life skills. Our curriculum-based program will emphasize the continued development of baseball fundamentals and skills progression in the following areas: hitting, throwing, catching, fielding, and base-running. Baseball Player Development this class will emphasize the continued progression and refinement of baseball skills and focus on proper technique and baseball-specific body positioning. students will build their confidence and self-esteem as they prepare for the transition to organized baseball. Baseball gloves, bat, batting helmet highly recommend. no class 4/15-4/29, 5/27.

Intermediate Level

42398 7-10 yr 8 classes 42399 7-10 yr 2 classes 42400 10-12 yr 2 classes

sa 9:30am-11:00am CVCC Chan th/F 1:00pm-4:00am FCP Chan th/F 1:00pm-4:00am FCP Chan

Apr 1-Jun 10 $150 Apr 20-Apr 21 $150 Apr 20-Apr 21 $150

Kidz Love Soccer 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. no class 4/15, 5/27. Soccer 1 Kids 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. 41845 5-6 yr 9 classes 41843 5-6 yr 9 classes 41844 5-6 yr 9 classes

t 4:30pm-5:15pm Apr 4-May 30 KP KLs staff $125 w 3:45pm-4:30pm Apr 5-May 31 PALHP KLs staff $125 sa 3:30pm-4:15pm Apr 8-Jun 17 ssVP KLs staff $125

41238 6-9 yr 8 classes

sa EMs sa EMs

8:30am-9:30am staff 9:35am-10:35am staff

Apr 8-Jun 3 $40

HARD Hoops Academy 41235 10-15 yr 8 classes

sa EMs

10:40am-12:40pm staff

Apr 8-Jun 3 $70

Tennis Tennis Bring a tennis racket and a can of new tennis balls to first class. no class 4/15, 5/27, 6/10. Beginning some previous experience or those who can carry on a short rally. Emphasis on improving basic strokes, footwork and serving. 41679 7-17 yr 10 classes 41680 7-17 yr 10 classes 41672 7-17 yr 10 classes 41673 7-17 yr 10 classes 41677 7-17 yr 10 classes

su CVtC w CVtC sa CVtC sa CVtC sa CVtC

2:15pm-3:15pm Mar 26-Jun 4 savich $138 6:30pm-7:30pm Mar 29-May 31 savich $138 9:00am-10:00am Apr 1-Jun 24 Hill $135 10:10am-11:10am Apr 1-Jun 24 Hill $135 4:00pm-5:00pm Apr 1-Jun 24 Hill $135

Beginning Advanced Beginner class is recommended before taking this class. 41674 7-17 yr 10 classes 41676 7-17 yr 10 classes

sa 12:10pm-1:10pm CVtC Hill sa 2:55pm-3:55pm CVtC Hill

Apr 1-Jun 24 $135 Apr 1-Jun 24 $135

su 1:00pm-2:00pm CVtC savich sa 8:00am-9:00am CVtC Hill sa 1:45pm-2:45pm CVtC Hill

Mar 26-Jun 4 $138 Apr 1-Jun 24 $135 Apr 1-Jun 24 $135

Intermediate 41678 7-17 yr 10 classes 41671 7-17 yr 10 classes 41675 7-17 yr 10 classes

Soccer 2 Skillz and Scrimmages 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. 41841 7-10 yr 9 classes 41842 7-10 yr 9 classes

Apr 8-Jun 3 $40

w 4:30pm-5:15pm Apr 5-May 31 PALHP KLs staff $125 sa 2:45pm-3:30pm Apr 8-Jun 17 ssVP KLs staff $125

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


Teens

DISCOVER

Ages 13-17 Years

H.A.R.D.

Dressmaking II

After School Program for Teens A safe and fun environment where staff blends intentional programming with recreational games and activities to promote positive social interaction and encourage growth through adventure. this supervised drop-in recreation program includes activities such as: arts and crafts, computer games, board games, homework club, sports, group games and optional fieldtrips. Please note 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. MJCC will be closed the week of April 3-7 for Spring Break Camp. Mar 13-Jun 9 M/tu/th/F w

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

$50

All That Dance An Advanced level class combining Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop and Acrobatics. students will learn choreography techniques and gain the ability to create their own dances. this class requires a level of commitment and we work as a team. Please be ready for hard work, focus and most of all FUn! 41506 10-18 yr sa 1:00pm-2:00pm Mar 18-May 27 10 classes wPCC Freitas $100

Hip Hop for Teens

Friday Nights for Teens! the Matt Jimenez Community Center becomes the hot spot for teens on Friday nights! In a secure, fun, and friendly atmosphere, teens will develop social skills and gain self-esteem through recreational activities. 13-17 yr F 6:00pm-8:30pm MJCC $7 drop-in per night Apr 7, 14, 21, 28 May 5, 12, 19, 26 Jun 2, 9 n

41547 8-16 yr sa 1:00pm-3:00pm Mar 18-Apr 8 4 classes sFCC Lucero $130* 41550 8-16 yr sa 1:00pm-3:00pm Apr 22-May 13 4 classes sFCC Lucero $130* *$40 material fee due at first class.

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Intro to Dressmaking take your designs to the next level while learning to apply basic math into the design process of fashion design. this hands-on class covers start to finish how to design and construct a garment from a pattern. you will be skilled in sewing fundamentals, fabric cutting, setting in a zipper and how to read a pattern to confidently create your first garment. supplies are included in the material fee. sewing machines are required. Please email hello@myfashiondesignkit.com if you need to borrow a machine. 41546 8-16 yr sa 9:00am-12:30pm Mar 18-Apr 8 4 classes sFCC Lucero $130* 41548 8-16 yr sa 9:00am-12:30pm Apr 22-May 13 4 classes sFCC Lucero $130* *$40 material fee due at first class.

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 4/17, 5/29. 41447 12-17 yr 10 classes 41446 13-18 yr 9 classes

t 7:00pm-7:55pm Mar 14-May 16 wPCC Freitas $100 M 6:00pm-7:00pm Apr 3-Jun 12 CVCC CVPA $86

Hip Hop and House – Beginning House dance is a social dance primarily danced to house music that has roots in the clubs of Chicago and of new york. the main element of House dance includes Footwork, Jacking, Lofting, open Cypress exchange of movement along with connecting of the souls. House dance is often improvisational in nature of natural body movement from the soul and emphasizes on fast and complex foot oriented steps combined with fluid movements in the torso, as well as floor work. Cristina, also known as “Happy Feet stina,” believes she can give back to the community through her passion and love for dance by setting your soul free! no class 4/20. 41451 11-15 yr th 4:30pm-5:30pm Mar 16-Jun 8 12 classes DLDC DLDC staff $117

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

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41367 13-17 yr

Be the creator! Dressmaking II allows students the freedom to bring their creativity to the table, to design and construct their idea in a drafted sewing pattern, fitted to their measurements. this class focuses not only on creativity but math and engineering into the process of designing through basic flat pattern making methods. supplies are included in the material fee. sewing machines are required, but if you do not have one please email helllo@myfashiondesignkit.com.

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Teens

Jazz Dance

Basic Car Maintenance

this energetic class features stretching, isolations and basic jazz steps. Move across the floor working on coordination, agility, and basic dance technique through progressions of runs, turns, leaps, etc. you will also learn short combinations emphasizing musicality and rhythm, athleticism and style. A great class for active boys and girls! Please wear jazz shoes or ballet slippers. no class 4/20.

this class is a great introduction for absolute beginners that want to learn the basics of maintaining their vehicle, and the class will also benefit those who are looking to save money on maintenance costs. this course offers hands on training in oil changes, fluid and wiper blade replacement, air filter changes, and maintaining tires and replacing brake pads; all with an emphasis on safety. By the end of this course you will have working knowledge of basic car maintenance, and a list of tools and supplies that you will need in order to work on your car for years to come.

41499 11-16 yr t 6:00pm-6:55pm Mar 14-May 16 10 classes wPCC Freitas $100

Urban Dance for 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. 41501 8-17 yr 10 classes 41518 13-18 yr 10 classes

M 7:00pm-7:55pm Mar 13-May 15 sGCC Freitas $100 th 7:00pm-7:55pm Mar 16-May 18 wPCC Freitas $100

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Make and learn how to care for your own succulent dish garden. Choose from a variety of containers and decorations. Container, assorted succulents, soil, decorative sand and gravel, rocks and decorative accessories all included. Bring your garden gloves and apron if you want. Disposable aprons and surgical gloves provided. 41648 16 yr + 1 class

sa 10:00am-1:00pm CVCC Underwood

42733 15 yr + 4 classes

sa 10:00am-12:00pm Mar 18-Apr 8 sFCC Bouchard $100

Online Driver’s Ed DMV allows teens to receive their learner’s permit at age 15½ and a license at age 16. this class is the first required step that needs to be completed. 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 much more. A licensed instructor is available to answer any questions. Receive DMVapproved Certificate of Completion. sign up any time. Registration is ongoing. 41645 15 yr + 41646 15 yr + 41647 15 yr +

Online April Online May Online June

Vieyra Vieyra Vieyra

$49 $49 $49

Feb 25 $25

Vinyasa Yoga Vinyasa classes are lively, energetic, fluid classes, synchronizing breath with movement. Build strength, flexibility, and focus. Cleanse the body and calm the mind. Each class is unique and will vary from day to day. Arm balances and inversions are taught at an approachable pace with plenty of instruction and modifications. Physically challenging, yet accessible, you will leave feeling refreshed and renewed. the word “vinyasa” is sanskrit, used to define breath connected with movement. no class 4/17.

Tennis

41933 10-16 yr 8 classes

Beginning/Advanced some previous experience or those who can carry on a short rally. Emphasis on improving basic strokes, footwork and serving. Beginner class is recommended before taking this class.

M 5:00pm-5:45pm Mar 27-May 22 DLDC DLDC staff $76

Bring a tennis racket and a can of new tennis balls to first class. no class 4/15, 5/27, 6/10.

Beginner 41656 7-18 yr 10 classes 41657 7-18 yr 10 classes 41661 7-18 yr 10 classes

41658 7-18 yr 10 classes 41660 7-18 yr 10 classes

sa 9:00am-10:00am CVCC Hill sa 10:10am-11:10am CVCC Hill sa 4:00pm-5:00pm CVCC Hill

Apr 1-Jun 24 $135 Apr 1-Jun 24 $135 Apr 1-Jun 24 $135

sa 12:10pm-1:10pm CVCC Hill sa 2:55pm-3:55pm CVCC Hill

Apr 1-Jun 24 $135 Apr 1-Jun 24 $135

sa 8:00am-9:00am CVCC Hill sa 1:45pm-2:45pm CVCC Hill

Apr 1-Jun 24 $135 Apr 1-Jun 24 $135

Intermediate 41655 7-18 yr 10 classes 41659 7-18 yr 10 classes

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


Spring Camps

spring camps Clay Camp with Miss Kris Have fun with clay! Explore many different techniques while you hand-build, throw and decorate your creations. two of the mornings will be spent outside of the studio playing games and being creative. Bring clothes that can get wet and messy, a towel, snack and lunch. 41883 8-14 yr M-F 9:00am-3:00pm 5 classes ADOBE Egan *$50 material fee due at first class.

Apr 17-Apr 21 $250*

My Fashion Design Kit Camp

42723 8-17 yr M-F 9:00am-1:00pm 5 classes ADOBE Lucero *$40 supply fee due at first class.

Apr 17-Apr 21 $250*

Young Rembrandts Anime & Manga Learn about and draw cartoons in the Anime style. Create your own Anime characters using facial expressions action and movement to illustrate scenes. Finish by drawing a large comic book scene in the Anime style. 42725 6-13 yr M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Apr 17-Apr 21 5 classes sFCC yR staff $155 *$15 supply fee due on the first day of class.

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. 41206 8-11 yr 5 classes

M-F 9:30am-3:30pm Plunge staff

Apr 10-Apr 14 $195

this is a great camp taught by enthusiastic coaches who will teach techniques of shooting, dribbling and passing from the triple threat position. Each day is concluded with game play. MMAPs Basketball is a fun and educational way to learn about this great team sport and become a great player. 41984 6-12 yr 5 classes 41988 6-12 yr 5 classes

M-F 9:00am-3:00pm Apr 10-Apr 14 stOnE MMP staff $187 M-F 9:00am-3:00pm Apr 17-Apr 21 stOnE MMP staff $187

Half Day Basketball Camp 41960 5-12 yr 5 classes 41987 5-12 yr 5 classes

M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Apr 10-Apr 14 stOnE MMP staff $121 M-F 9:00am-12:00pm Apr 17-Apr 21 stOnE MMP staff $121

Basketball Camp AM Care

need to drop the kids early? we can take care of them before camp starts. 41985 5-12 yr 5 classes 41989 5-12 yr 5 classes

M-F 8:00am-9:00am Apr 10-Apr 14 stOnE MMP staff $60 M-F 8:00am-9:00am Apr 17-Apr 21 stOnE MMP staff $60

Basketball Camp PM Care

need to pick the kids up later? we can take care of them after camp ends. 41986 6-12 yr 5 classes 41990 6-12 yr 5 classes

M-F 3:00pm-6:00pm Apr 10-Apr 14 stOnE MMP staff $127 M-F 3:00pm-6:00pm Apr 18-Apr 21 stOnE MMP staff $127

Spring Day Camps Our camps are designed for each child to receive well rounded experience through intentional recreational programs such as arts and crafts, sports, computers, science projects and optional fieldtrips. Participants will have access to all center activities throughout the camp. Please provide your child with a snack and bag lunch daily. 41351 6-17 yr 5 classes 41352 6-17 yr 5 classes 41353 6-12 yr 5 classes 41354 6-12 yr 5 classes

M-F MJCC M-F MJCC M-F sFCC M-F sLCC

7:30am-6:00pm staff 7:30am-6:00pm staff 7:30am-6:00pm staff 7:30am-6:00pm staff

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

Apr 3-Apr 7 $100 Apr 10-Apr 14 $100 Apr 17-Apr 21 $100 Apr 17-Apr 21 $100

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Is fashion design in your future? this hands-on week camp introduces students to fashion art and sewing construction during spring Break. students gain the skills to conceptualize their design ideas onto paper to create a mini collection, then gain the skills in sewing fundamentals to sew up their first garment. while being skilled in fabric cutting, setting in a zipper and how to read a pattern. supplies are included in material fee. sewing machine is required, however email instructor if you do not have a sewing machine and you can borrow one from her. hello@myfashiondesignkit.com.

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Nature Programs

EXPLORE

All Ages

H.A.R.D.

H.A.R.D. has two amazing nature centers where you can walk on the wild side and discover Bay Area wildlife: The Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center and Sulphur Creek Nature Center. Both centers are free to the public and offer educational programs, fun activities, classes for all ages and distinctive special events.

Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center

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4901 Breakwater Avenue, Hayward n (510) 670-7270 n shoreline@HaywardRec.org The Interpretive Center is open to the public from 10:00am-5:00pm Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Closed on Monday, May 29, 2017.

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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.

Sulphur Creek Nature Center 1801 D Street, Hayward n (510) 881-6747 n nature@HaywardRec.org Sulphur Creek Nature Center is open daily from 10:00am-5:00pm. sulphur Creek nature Center is a native wildlife rehabilitation and educational facility dedicated to bringing people and animals closer together. there are live animal displays throughout the park featuring local species, a Discovery Center, pet rental program, school and group educational programs, wildlife rehabilitation, special events, nature study classes, volunteer opportunities, and outreach activities. Be sure to visit the Discovery Center, 10:00am-4:30pm, and learn about biodiversity while meeting wildlife that can live right in your own backyard! On the weekends, check in with the naturalist to find out when some of the center’s animals will be brought out for up close encounters along with great photo opportunities. the park also provides picnic facilities, a nature trail, and a creek; so stop by and visit one of “Hayward’s Hidden Gems.” See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.


Nature Programs

Special Nature Event 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? Ponder this and other truths as you take a taste bud tour from some of our local breweries. Join well-known tastemaster, Ira Bletz, as he shares the history, lore and mythology surrounding beer and the 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 that are amazingly beneficial animals that help the crops from which beer is made. Must be 21 to attend. 42359 21 yr +

F

7:00pm-9:00pm

Jun 9

1 class

sCnC

staff

$40/adult

Campfire Nights and Overnight Campouts Sulphur Creek Nature Center Break into summer for this fun summer tradition with your family! Visit with special critters of the night and enjoy an evening of roasting marshmallows.

NASCAR Roaches

41402 4-12 yr

sa

6:30pm-8:30pm

Apr 22

1 class

sCnC

Powel

$12/child

Sulphur Creek Family Overnight Campouts Great American Backyard Campout: Celebrate one of this nation’s favorite outdoor pastimes by camping out with your family. Learn about nocturnal animals, create a craft to take home, play games, roast marshmallows, and enjoy the sounds of night as you sleep under the stars. Bring a tent, sleeping bag, flashlight, and walking shoes. Continental breakfast provided. Children under 16 must be accompanied by a paying adult, children under 2 Free. 42314 2-80 yr

sa/su 7:00pm-9:00am

Jun 24

1 class

sCnC

Powel

$23/person

Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center

16th Annual Father’s Day Camp Out Feast on barbecue prepared by the naturalist staff and celebrate Dad’s special day. Bring yourself, your family and your sleeping bags and small tents for this exclusive camping event (it will be 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, uncles or other relatives welcome! Reservations Required. Meet at 3050 west winton Avenue in Hayward.

Adult and One Child 42596 4 yr +

sa-su 3:00pm-11:00am Jun 17-18

1 class

HsIC

staff

$120/pair

1 class 1 class

HsIC HsIC

staff staff

$15/child $30/adult

Additional Participant 42597 4-17 yr 42598 18 yr +

sa-su 3:00pm-11:00am Jun 17-18 sa-su 3:00pm-11:00am Jun 17-18

14th Annual 10K on the Bay – See page 6. See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

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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 roach races and marshmallow roasting. Child must be accompanied by an adult.

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Toddler Nature Programs Hikes for Tikes In this new six-week program we will check out a different HARD park each week to highlight the fabulous outdoor spaces for young ones to discover. we will examine each area through hands on exploration and games. Dress in layers, wear comfortable shoes, and be ready for natural adventures! Bring a lunch and spend some time in the park after the program. Designed for children 2 years to 5 years and their caregivers. 2-5 yr 42633 43237 43238 43239 43240 43241

1 class Mar 15 Mar 22 Mar 29 Apr 5 Apr 12 Apr 19

w 10:00am-11:00am $10/class Five Canyons Park Greenwood Park Greenridge Park Palomares Hills Park weekes Community Center Park East Avenue Park

Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center

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Enjoy Fridays with your child at the Interpretive Center, where your little one will discover the shoreline through hands-on experiences. Activities change every week and relate to the theme of the month. Parents and caregivers grow as facilitators of nature education along the way. March: Mad Scientist Let’s put on our lab coats and do some toddler science this month! F HsIC F HsIC F HsIC F HsIC F HsIC

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

Mar 3 $6/child Mar 10 $6/child Mar 17 $6/child Mar 24 $6/child Mar 31 $6/child

April: Follow Your Nose we will use not only our noses this month to explore, but also our eyes, and ears, and fingers and taste buds. 42614 1-3 yr 1 class 42627 1-3 yr 1 class 42628 1-3 yr 1 class 42629 1-3 yr 1 class

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

42618 1-3 yr 1 class 42630 1-3 yr 1 class 42631 1-3 yr 1 class 42632 1-3 yr 1 class

F HsIC F HsIC F HsIC F HsIC

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

May 5 $6/child May 12 $6/child May 19 $6/child May 26 $6/child

Sulphur Creek Nature Center

Toddler Ramble

40464 1-3 yr 1 class 40466 1-3 yr 1 class 40468 1-3 yr 1 class 40469 1-3 yr 1 class 40470 1-3 yr 1 class

May: May Messiness this is the time of year to take back your right to get messy! It’s all about sensory play where we will squish and plop, and explore. the first and last weeks we will have the opportunity to get muddy, so rain boots and possibly an extra set of clothes might be needed, just in case.

Apr 7 $6/child Apr 14 $6/child Apr 21 $6/child Apr 28 $6/child

Toddler Times toddler time is designed for ages 1-3 with their caregivers. Each class includes a hands-on visit with animals, a craft, and an outdoor exploration. sibling Fee: $3 per child. Registration for siblings is not available online. Please call (510) 881-6700 to register additional child. April Toddler Time: Eyes Come examine the eyes of the snake, owl, and hamster. Color some beautiful owl eyes, and use your eyes to spy the animals in the park. 42274 1-3 yr 1 class 42275 1-3 yr 1 class 42276 1-3 yr 1 class 42277 1-3 yr 1 class 42278 1-3 yr 1 class 42279 1-3 yr 1 class

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

Apr 4 $8/child Apr 4 $8/child Apr 8 $8/child Apr 10 $8/child Apr 26 $8/child Apr 26 $8/child

May Toddler Time: Animal Sounds Listen to what the chicken, guinea pig, and duck say. stroll along listening for the animals outside too. 42280 1-3 yr 1 class 42281 1-3 yr 1 class 42282 1-3 yr 1 class 42283 1-3 yr 1 class 42284 1-3 yr 1 class 42285 1-3 yr 1 class

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

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

May 6 $8/child May 9 $8/child May 9 $8/child May 15 $8/child May 24 $8/child May 24 $8/child


out how animals swim as we visit the turtle, snake and frog. Color a tub toy, and look for tiny creatures in the creek. wear shoes that you don’t mind getting wet. 42286 1-3 yr 1 class 42287 1-3 yr 1 class 42288 1-3 yr 1 class 42289 1-3 yr 1 class 42290 1-3 yr 1 class 42291 1-3 yr 1 class

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

Jun 5 $8/child Jun 7 $8/child Jun 7 $8/child Jun 13 $8/child Jun 13 $8/child Jun 17 $8/child

Preschool Nature Programs

May Marsh Marches the shoreline is a home to many captivating creatures, all of which carve out their own unique habitats in the marsh. Come out and exercise your exploration skills as we search for these inhabitants and enjoy a marshy march. 42655 3-5 yr 1 class 42656 3-5 yr 1 class 42657 3-5 yr 1 class 42658 3-5 yr 1 class 42659 3-5 yr 1 class

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1:00pm-1:45pm Aguilar 11:00am-12:00pm Aguilar 1:00pm-1:45pm Aguilar 1:00pm-1:45pm Aguilar 1:00pm-1:45pm Aguilar

May 5 $8/child May 6 $8/child May 12 $8/child May 19 $8/child May 26 $8/child

Sulphur Creek Nature Center

Nature Detectives

Eggs

nature Detectives is a program for 3 to 5 year old children and their caregivers, designed to inspire curiosity and imagination by exploring the natural world through hikes, experiments and crafts. It meets on the first saturday of every month as well as every Friday afternoon. March Marsh Muddiness It can be fun to discover the many lifeforms that exist in the mud. this month we’ll get up close to the mud and observe it using scientific tools.

Come find out about all sorts of eggs as we visit the chicken, toad, and lizard. Explore the park in search of places the animals may hide their eggs.

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1:00pm-1:45pm Aguilar 11:00am-12:00pm Aguilar 1:00pm-1:45pm Aguilar 1:00pm-1:45pm Aguilar 1:00pm-1:45pm Aguilar 1:00pm-1:45pm Aguilar

Mar 3 $8/child Mar 4 $8/child Mar 10 $8/child Mar 17 $8/child Mar 24 $8/child Mar 31 $8/child

42296 3-5 yr 1 class

F 10:00am-11:30am sCnC Christine

Terrific Tails Investigate different types of tails as we visit the rat, opossum, and snake. Create your own creature tail, and search for animals utilizing their tails in different ways on the trails. 42297 3-5 yr 1 class

F 10:00am-11:30am sCnC Christine

April Avian Adventures During this tail-end of the bird breeding season, there are still many representatives of our feathered friends making a temporary home of the shoreline. Each week we will focus on a different species, going out to encounter them in their habitat as well as learning about what makes them unique! 42649 3-5 yr 1 class 42651 3-5 yr 1 class 42652 3-5 yr 1 class 42653 3-5 yr 1 class 42654 3-5 yr 1 class

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11:00am-12:00pm Aguilar 1:00pm-1:45pm Aguilar 1:00pm-1:45pm Aguilar 1:00pm-1:45pm Aguilar 1:00pm-1:45pm Aguilar

Apr 21 $10/child

Apr 1 $8/child Apr 7 $8/child Apr 14 $8/child Apr 21 $8/child Apr 28 $8/child

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

May 19 $10/child

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Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center

Preschool nature Classes are designed for ages 3-5. Each class will focus on an animal adaptation that is used to help it survive. Children will meet live animals up close and complete a special project or craft based on the featured adaptation.

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June Toddler Time: Swimming Animals Find

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Field Trip to Mt. Eden Park Explore Mt. Eden Park to discover different trees and find out why the animals love them. Visit the owl, bat and chinchilla, and color your own beautiful soaring hawk. Meet at Mt. Eden Park, 2451 w. tennyson Road, Hayward. 42298 3-5 yr 1 class

M 10:00am-11:30am sCnC Christine

Jun 26 $10/child

Youth Nature Programs Sulphur Creek Nature Center youth nature Classes are designed for ages 5-9. 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.

Eggs Come find out about all sorts of eggs as we visit the chicken, toad, and lizard. Explore the park in search of places the animals may hide their eggs.

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Apr 26 $10/child

Terrific Tails Investigate different types of tails as we visit the rat, opossum, and snake. Create your own creature tail, and search for animals utilizing their tails in different ways on the trails. 42300 5-9 yr 1 class

w 3:30pm-5:00pm sCnC Leah

May 24 $10/child

Field Trip to Mt. Eden Park Explore Mt. Eden Park to discover different trees and find out why the animals love them. Visit the owl, bat and chinchilla, and color your own beautiful soaring hawk. Meet at Mt. Eden Park, 2451 w. tennyson Road, Hayward. 42301 5-9 yr 1 class

w 3:30pm-5:00pm sCnC Leah

Jun 7 $10/child

Tadpole Search Field Trip Meet us and an East Bay Regional Park District naturalist at Dry Creek Park in Union City to search for tadpoles and wonderful water creatures. Use nets to help you get an up-close look at these unusual creatures. Bring a picnic to enjoy on the way back. Directions to the meeting location will be sent the week before the program. Child must be accompanied by an adult. 42308 3-10 yr 1 class

F 10:00am-12:00pm sCnC Christine

Youth & Adult Nature Programs Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center

Leopard Shark Feeding Frenzy Help a naturalist feed our resident leopard shark, surfperch, snakes and lizards. Learn more about them and our other aquatic and land inhabitants. who will get to the food first? All ages 1 class All ages 1 class All ages 1 class

su 2:00pm-3:00pm HsIC staff su 2:00pm-3:00pm HsIC staff su 2:00pm-3:00pm HsIC staff

Mar 26 Free Apr 30 Free May 28 Free

Perusing Plankton Millions upon millions of plankton call this muddy marsh their home. we will be gathering samples of these microorganisms from both our fresh- and saltwater marshes, sieving them into microscope samples, then comparing and contrasting the fresh and saltwater residents with each other. 42664 8 yr + 1 class

su 2:30pm-3:30pm HsIC Aguilar

Mar 19 $5/child

Food Web Untanglers Hike the marshland to find animals from all parts of the food web! Learn about the intricate relationships these citizens of the shoreline have with each other. 42660 7 yr + 1 class

sa 1:00pm-2:00pm HsIC Aguilar

Mar 25 $5/child

Family Fishing Fun Fishing is a fun way to learn what animals live under the water in the Bay. Hike out to our favorite fishing spot, learn how to use the equipment, and cast out to search for fish, sharks, and rays. Participants over age 16 need to buy a fishing license. 42661 6 yr + 1 class

su 10:30am-1:30pm Apr 9 HsIC workover $12/person

Ravenous Reptiles Lizards and snakes are two of the most fascinating and charismatic creatures of the shoreline, so let’s learn about them! Meet our resident Fence lizards and Gopher snakes, handle them, and then watch them devour their food in front of your eyes! 42662 6 yr + 1 class

su 11:00am-12:00pm HsIC Iwane

Jun 23 $10/child

See the center section of this guide for 2017 Summer Camps! See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

Apr 23 $5/child


Sulphur Creek Nature Center

spring brings us a plethora of six-legged and eightlegged friends and looking for them is a great family activity! Armed with bug boxes, we’ll head out into the marsh to look for caterpillars, spiders, butterflies, ladybugs, and so much more!

Adult Nature Series

42663 6 yr + 1 class

su 1:00pm-2:00pm HsIC Iwane

May 14 $5/child

Adult Nature Programs Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center

Hike through History travel back in time more than one hundred years ago to learn about the first settlers of the Hayward shoreline. Hike by the preserved artifacts of the past in the historic salt evaporation ponds which are closed to the public except for special programs like this one! 42599 18 yr + 1 class

su 10:30am-12:30pm HsIC workover

Mar 26 $8/person

Come out for a special night walk along the Hayward shoreline. we’ll head out just as the sun is setting and walk through the marsh under the illumination of a (nearly) full moon! the light on the water and the mudflats will be spectacular, and we’ll be on the lookout for night herons, owls, and feeding shorebirds. 42600 18 yr + 1 class

F 7:30pm-9:30pm HsIC Iwane

Apr 7 $7/person

Wild Food Walking Tour the Hayward shoreline hosts a surprising number of edible plants. walk through protected areas of the park to taste and discover these plants, learn their history, find out their medicinal uses, and take home samples with recipes. 42601 18 yr + 1 class

su 10:30am-12:30pm HsIC workover

Apr 16 $7/person

41399 18 yr + 1 class

sa 2:00pm-3:30pm sCnC Franke

Apr 8 $20/person

A Swallows Niche A swallows’ unique wing design delivers fluid flight and maneuvers conquered only by adept aerialists. Discover these acrobatic fliers favorite Bay Area habitats and traits, and discover how they are beneficial to humans and other wildlife. 41400 18 yr + 1 class

sa 2:00pm-3:30pm sCnC Franke

May 6 $20/person

Nature Exploration Scorpion Hikes – Exclusive Mt. Diablo Hikes Discover some of nature’s hidden secrets as you search for scorpions under the glow of a black light. As dusk begins to settle in, many of the Mt. Diablo’s wild critters will be out and about, soaking up the last of sun’s rays, or just beginning their day to seek out food and survey their territory. Our two mile hike will begin from the Mitchell Canyon Visitor’s Center at Mt. Diablo state Park. Bring a flashlight, hiking shoes, and bottled water. Children must be accompanied by an adult. A $6 parking fee will charged at the Mt. Diablo’s Mitchell Canyon Visitor’s Center near Clayton. (Bring exact amount as change is not available) 42650 6 yr + 1 class 42666 6 yr + 1 class 42667 6 yr + 1 class 42668 6 yr + 1 class

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

Jun 3 $15/person Jun 10 $15/person Jun 17 $15/person Jun 24 $15/person

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Moonlight Mile

Join the naturalists at sulphur Creek nature Center in a series of programs to explore nature up close. Registration is required, as space is limited. Call (510) 881-6700 for information to register. these programs are designed for adults only. Survival Salad savor, taste, and discover some of natures freshest salad ingredients such as Miners lettuce and the wild veggies that grow along our East Bay hills and trails. we’ll also walk along sulphur Creek’s trail to experience spring’s edible plants. wear your walking shoes for this adult only program.

Nature Programs

Mother’s Day Bugging Out on the Shoreline

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Flower Power April showers bring May flowers, so come out and learn all about these showy botanical offerings! Learn about flower anatomy and how to identify common flowers. Meet at Memorial Park, next to the Hayward Plunge. 41611 12 yr + 1 class

everything’s different! Owls hoot, mammals scuttle through the underbrush, and salamanders are out on the hunt. we’ll take in all of the nocturnal activity as we walk along the creek at East Avenue Park, and even have some UV flashlights out to look for fluorescing scorpions, millipedes, and fungi, as well as a moth light to attract winged visitors! Meet at the East Avenue Park parking lot.

Hayward Area Recreation and Park District naturalist tony Iwane explores the “Hayward Area Back Roads” this winter to discover our local plants and wildlife. Get to know your parks through fresh eyes with the help of an expert naturalist. Dress in layers, wear comfortable shoes and be ready for natural adventures. Ruus Park’s Nesting Egrets Egrets are most often seen wading in the wetlands as they slowly stalk their aquatic prey. But when it’s time to raise chicks, these elegant white birds build nests up in the trees, and Ruus Park is home to one of the East Bay’s largest colonies (also known as rookeries). Join us for a walk amongst these avian families and learn about their life cycle and amazing abilities! 42608 12 yr + 1 class

sa 9:00am-11:00am HsIC Iwane

Mar 18 $10/person

Powerful Pollinators with spring flowers come their pollinator friends – bees, flies, beetles, butterflies, and moths! take a stroll through HARD’s new garden and take a closer look at these awesome animals! we’ll go over how to identify them, approach them, and what we can do to help these beautiful and essential members of our planet. Meet at the H.A.R.D. District Office, 1099 E street, Hayward. 42609 12 yr + 1 class

sa 9:00am-11:00am HsIC Iwane

Apr 22 $10/person

Magical Microscopes Our eyes can only help us see so much –there’s a whole microscopic world out there! wonder at the alien beauty of algae, copepods, and nematodes with our microscopes. Meet at the Hayward shoreline Intepretive Center for a short hike to collect both brackish water and freshwater samples. then we’ll check out our findings with microscopes! 42610 12 yr + 1 class

sa 2:00pm-4:00pm HsIC Iwane

sa 7:30pm-9:30pm HsIC Iwane

May 20 $10/person

Bird Walks

The Roving Naturalist

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May 6 $10/person

Night Hike at East Avenue Park At night,

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Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center the Hayward shoreline and the san Francisco BayEstuary 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!

“Swoop, There It Is” to ID one of our favorite ducks, all you have to do is look on its face for a broad swoop of brilliant green feathers. this is none other than the Green-winged teal. Meet at the Interpretive Center. 42603 12 yr + 1 class

sa 9:30am-12:30pm HsIC Graham

Mar 18 $8/person

They Fly through the Air with the Greatest of Ease today is our Coyote Hills hike, and along one of the channels we’ll come across dozens of nest boxes with tree swallows in the them. these birds fly so beautifully and gracefully that it is a treat to watch. Meet at the second parking lot past the entrance. 42604 12 yr + 1 class

sa 9:30am-12:30pm HsIC Graham

Apr 29 $10/person

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

Apr 8 $8/person


Lending Library

the Red-necked Phalarope, of course! these delicate, small birds are making their northward migration, and can be spotted taking a well-deserved rest before they keep on their way. Meet at the Interpretive Center. 42605 12 yr + 1 class

sa 9:30am-12:30pm HsIC Graham

Apr 15 $8/person

Penalty Called for Rushing today’s focus bird is the Clark’s Grebe, and this is the time of year when breeding pairs do something truly magical on the water’s surface. Called rushing, they run in synchrony to each other with their necks pointing upward. we’ll keep our fingers crossed we get to see this elaborate dance. Meet at the Grant Ave parking lot. 42606 12 yr + 1 class

sa 9:30am-12:30pm HsIC Graham

May 13 $8/person

Manifest Destiny One of north America’s fastest spreading bird species is the Great-tailed Grackle. Just 100 years ago they were rarely seen above southern texas, and today they have dispersed throughout the west. It is not unusual any longer for us to spy a few at this time of year in the marsh. Meet at the Interpretive Center. 42607 12 yr + 1 class

sa 9:30am-12:30pm HsIC Graham

May 27 $8/person

Animal Lending Library Voted the Best Place to Try Out a Pet for the Week by the East Bay Express. 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, food and water containers, a bag of food, and care sheet. Open saturday and sunday 10:00am-3:00pm only. $25 rental fee. All rentals require a $40 Visa/MasterCard 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.

Volunteer and Community Service Shoreline Trash Takers

All ages 1 class

su 12:30pm-2:00pm HsIC workover

May 21 Free

Restoration Rangers

Programs are available at each nature facility for schools and groups which serve to introduce participants to the wonders of our Bay Area ecology and wildlife through hands-on activities and experiential learning. Each facility offers a different view of wildlife, as reflected by their location and mission. whether you are looking to bring nature to your classroom, or bring your classroom out to nature, we have opportunities appropriate for students in Pre-K through high school. we also offer educational opportunities to community groups such as scouts, college students, and special interest groups. Please visit HaywardRec.org.

the Hayward shoreline is a vital part of san Francisco Bay’s ecosystem, and Restoration Rangers is a community service and citizen science program that promotes education and stewardship of the salt marsh. this program is made possible through the Explore the Coast grant from the California Coastal Conservancy.

Pull Together – Invasive Plant Removal Learn about the incredible flora and fauna of the shoreline and “pull together” to remove invasive plants from the marsh. Refreshments will be provided. Bring gloves or borrow some of ours. Ages 12 and older. Registration required. 12 yr + 1 class 12 yr + 1 class 12 yr + 1 class 12 yr + 1 class

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

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

Mar 12 Free Apr 2 Free May 7 Free Jun 4 Free

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Grab your work gloves and your goodwill! the salt marsh needs your help getting rid of the litter that has accumulated since our last clean-up. we will provide trash bags and have gloves to loan. All ages are welcome.

School & Group Programs

Nature Programs

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Golf

SWING

Ages 5 Years +

H.A.R.D.

Adult and Youth Golf Classes All Golf classes are held at Mission Hills of Hayward Driving Range, 275 Industrial Parkway, Hayward 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. Minimum of 4 students and maximum of 8 students per class.

Junior Golf this is a great time to teach your child golf. If your child is a first-time learner or more advanced player, the instructors will base the golf lesson on individual skill levels.

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41212 5-12 yr 4 classes 41213 5-12 yr 4 classes 41214 5-12 yr 4 classes 41215 5-12 yr 4 classes 41216 5-12 yr 4 classes 41217 5-12 yr 4 classes

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12:15pm-1:00pm Apr 1-Apr 22 Golf staff $65 1:15pm-2:00pm Apr 1-Apr 22 Golf staff $65 12:15pm-1:00pm May 6-May 27 Golf staff $65 1:15pm-2:00pm May 6-May 27 Golf staff $65 12:15pm-1:00pm Jun 3-Jun 24 Golf staff $65 1:15pm-2:00pm Jun 3-Jun 24 Golf staff $65

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. 41218 13 yr + 4 classes 41224 13 yr + 4 classes 41226 13 yr + 4 classes 41219 13 yr + 4 classes 41220 13 yr + 4 classes 41228 13 yr + 4 classes

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10:00am-11:00am Apr 1-Apr 22 Golf staff $100 4:00pm-5:00pm Apr 4-Apr 25 Golf staff $100 4:00pm-5:00pm May 2-May 23 Golf staff $100 10:00am-11:00am May 6-May 27 Golf staff $100 10:00am-11:00am Jun 3-Jun 24 Golf staff $100 4:00pm-5:00pm Jun 6-Jun 27 Golf staff $100

Intermediate Golf For the more experienced golfer. this class will take your intermediate skills and work with you to achieve your golfing goals. 41221 13 yr + 4 classes 41225 13 yr + 4 classes 41227 13 yr + 4 classes 41222 13 yr + 4 classes 41223 13 yr + 4 classes 41229 13 yr + 4 classes

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11:00am-12:00pm Apr 1-Apr 22 Golf staff $100 5:00pm-6:00pm Apr 4-Apr 25 Golf staff $100 5:00pm-6:00pm May 2-May 23 Golf staff $100 11:00am-12:00pm May 6-May 27 Golf staff $100 11:00am-12:00pm Jun 3-Jun 24 Golf staff $100 5:00pm-6:00pm Jun 6-Jun 27 Golf staff $100

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. Darin Lee Head Golf Professional Mission Hills of Hayward

James Calceta, PGA Head Golf Professional skywest Golf Course

See page 58 for Golf Facilities information or visit our website to book a tee time. See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.


Adults

PLAY

Ages 18 Years +

H.A.R.D.

Art Art Space Drawing Studio First time beginners to advanced artist. Art space is your space. this program is a guided studio session held in our large, well lit, well equipped painting/ drawing studio. Art space is focused on drawing; painting is welcome too. Our instructor is on hand to give as much or as little instruction and feedback as you’d like. Each studio session has multiple still life’s to choose from along with instructor-guided drawing exercises to help you practice fundamentals. Every other session a shore video presentation on contemporary art or global art history is shown. Come make Art! Please bring 18” x 24” drawing pad, pencil and eraser.

Morning Cafe Studio 41887 16 yr + 4 classes 41888 16 yr + 4 classes

th 8:45am-10:45am Mar 23-Apr 13 ADOBE Engelund $55 th 8:45am-10:45am Apr 27-May 18 ADOBE Engelund $55

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

41885 16 yr + 4 classes 41886 16 yr + 4 classes

41560 18 yr + 10 classes 41561 18 yr + 10 classes

w 7:30pm-9:30pm Mar 22-Apr 12 ADOBE Engelund $55 w 7:30pm-9:30pm Apr 26-May 17 ADOBE Engelund $55

t 7:00pm-9:30pm ADOBE Pratt w 9:30am-12:00pm ADOBE Pratt

Apr 4-Jun 6 $120 Apr 5-Jun 7 $120

Intermediate/Advanced

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. 41821 18 yr + th 7:00pm-10:00pm Mar 16-May 18 10 classes ADOBE Gunn $15 drop-in

41562 18 yr + w 1:00pm-3:30pm 10 classes ADOBE Pratt

Apr 5-Jun 7 $120

Artist’s Open Lab 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 call to 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. Adobe Art Center host painters providing tables, chairs and easels. Drop-in or punch card accepted. 18 yr + th 10:00am-2:00pm Mar 16-May 18 1 class ADOBE $3 drop-in* *$25 for 5-visit punch card.

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. Pre-registration or punch card required (no drop-in). 41573 18 yr + M 10:00am-2:00pm Apr 3-May 8 6 classes sLCC Clair $15* 41574 18 yr + M 10:00am-2:00pm May 15-Jun 19 5 classes sLCC Clair $15* *$25 for 5-visit punch card.

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

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Adults – Art

Acrylic and Oil Painting

Cookware Pottery

Discover the qualities and versatility of acrylic and oil paints as you create your own unique works of art. Learn to use a variety of gels and solvents to create depth and impactful visual effects. Be introduced to significant artists and their techniques to enhance your creativity and knowledge. no previous art experience is necessary. Beginning to intermediate levels. wear clothes you can get messy in. supply list will be discussed at the first class. Our instructor has both a BFA and MFA, has taught painting courses at both the university and community level and has exhibited throughout the bay area. no class 4/20, 4/21.

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 beg level and know how to throw.

41558 18 yr + th 6:30pm-9:00pm Mar 16-May 25 10 classes ADOBE Vaghefi $135 41559 18 yr + F 9:30am-12:00pm Mar 17-May 26 10 classes ADOBE Vaghefi $135 *$5 material fee due at first class.

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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 5/29. 41619 18 yr + 9 classes 41620 18 yr + 10 classes 41621 18 yr + 10 classes 41622 18 yr + 10 classes 41623 18 yr + 10 classes 41624 18 yr + 10 classes 41625 18 yr + 10 classes 41626 18 yr + 10 classes 41627 18 yr + 10 classes 41628 15 yr + 10 classes 41629 15 yr + 10 classes

M 7:00pm-9:30pm Apr 3-Jun 5 wPCC Russell $124 t 12:30pm-3:00pm Apr 4-Jun 6 wPCC Rollins $135 t 5:00pm-7:30pm Apr 4-Jun 6 wPCC Epperson $135 t 7:00pm-9:30pm Apr 4-Jun 6 ADOBE Kowalski $135 w 10:00am-12:30pm Apr 5-Jun 7 wPCC woofter $135 w 7:00pm-9:30pm Apr 5-Jun 7 ADOBE Olson $135 w 7:00pm-9:30pm Apr 5-Jun 7 wPCC Mielke $135 th 10:00am-12:30pm Apr 6-Jun 8 wPCC woofter $135 th 7:00pm-9:30pm Apr 6-Jun 8 wPCC Russell $135 th 7:00pm-9:30pm Apr 6-Jun 8 ADOBE Kowalski $135 sa 3:00pm-5:30pm Apr 8-Jun 10 ADOBE Kowalski $135

Pottery & Raku Firing 41618 18 yr + 9 classes

M 7:00pm-9:30pm ADOBE Mielke

Apr 3-Jun 5 $124

41631 18 yr + w 10:00am-12:30pm 10 classes ADOBE Epperson

Apr 5-Jun 7 $135

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 prepurchase a 5-visit punch card. ($65) Punch cards can be picked up at the District Offices, 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 drop-in workshop. the cards are non-refundable and a $20 lost card replacement fee is applicable. Cards are transferable. 41632 15 yr + t 10:00am-12:30pm 10 classes ADOBE 41634 15 yr + F 10:00am-12:30pm 10 classes wPCC 41633 15 yr + sa 12:30pm-3:00pm 10 classes ADOBE 41635 15 yr + sa 10:00am-12:30pm 10 classes wPCC *$65 for 5-visit punch card.

Apr 4-Jun 6 $15 drop-in * Apr 7-Jun 9 $15 drop-in * Apr 8-Jun 10 $15 drop-in * Apr 8-Jun 10 $15 drop-in *

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. 41636 18 yr + 1 class 41637 18 yr + 1 class 41638 18 yr + 1 class 41639 18 yr + 1 class 41640 18 yr + 1 class

th wPCC th wPCC th wPCC th wPCC th wPCC

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

Apr 13 $20 drop-in Apr 27 $20 drop-in May 11 $20 drop-in May 25 $20 drop-in Jun 8 $20 drop-in

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, and effective use of color. supply list will be provided on first day of class. View instructor’s website for pictures and details at ashapoovaiah.blogspot.com. no class 4/15. 42519 18 yr + sa 10:00am-12:00pm Mar 25-Apr 29 5 classes ADOBE Poovaiah $80* *$25 material fee due at first class.

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


Learn to design your own Easter Centerpiece using fresh flowers. Easter theme using pastel colors in a basket. All materials provided. some knowledge of floral design is helpful but not necessary. View instructor’s website for pictures at ashapoovaiah.blogspot.com. 42520 18 yr + sa 10:00am-12:00pm 1 class ADOBE Poovaiah *$40 material fee due at class.

Apr 15 $12*

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. no class 5/1, 5/2.

Beginning/Intermediate 41578 18 yr + th 6:30pm-8:30pm Mar 16-May 18 10 classes KAsCC steinhoff $65*

Dance & Music Ballet Basics for Adults Ballet provides a foundation which all other dance movements can be built upon. this class is for beginners through experienced dancers alike. warm up at the ballet barre then move to the floor for simple combinations evolving to more vigorous ones drawn from a character style of dancing. wear ballet shoes and close fitting clothing or tights and leotard and bring an exercise mat. Visit the instructor’s website for more information at www.dancelivedreamcenter.wix.com/dldc or www.hopstepstep.com. no class 4/19, 5/4, 5/29.

Beginning 41480 16 yr + 10 classes 41483 16 yr + 12 classes 41478 16 yr + 10 classes

w 6:30pm-7:30pm Mar 15-May 24 DLDC staff $120 th 6:15pm-7:30pm Mar 16-Jun 8 sFCC Denike $120 M 6:15pm-7:30pm Mar 27-Jun 5 sFCC Denike $100

Intermediate

Tango and Latin Dance

41580 18 yr + M 9:30am-12:30pm Mar 27-May 22 8 classes ADOBE Kafoure $52* 41579 18 yr + t 9:30am-12:30pm Mar 28-May 23 8 classes ADOBE Kafoure $52* *$5 material fee due at first class.

these fun and energetic classes are for individuals and couples. Explore the hip work of Latin dances such as Rumba, Cha-Cha, samba, salsa, Merengue and the passion of tango. Come to class and we will send you out a dancer.

Jewelry Design

41575 18 yr + 6 classes 41576 18 yr + 6 classes

t 7:00pm-9:00pm wPCC wright th 11:00am-1:00pm wPCC wright

41588 18 yr + 8 classes 41589 18 yr + 8 classes

th 8:00pm-9:00pm sFCC Hilton F 7:30pm-8:30pm CVCC Hilton

Apr 4-May 16 $50 Apr 6-May 18 $50

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. Please bring any metal & gemstones you already own along with sketches, designs, drawings and tools to class with you. 41577 12 yr + w 7:00pm-9:30pm Mar 22-May 24 10 classes ADOBE Donivan $75

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

Apr 6-May 25 $89 Apr 7-May 26 $89

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Create a bold modern design from an old unused piece. Update this by proportion, color and arrangement into something new for you. we use drawings, magazine clips and cell phone photos of what you like. we create jewelry by metal fabrication and/or lost wax castings. If you have jewelry needing basic repairs, ring sizing or necklace stringing, this is also taught in our great class setting. no class 4/18, 4/20.

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Adults – Dance/Music/Fitness

Swing and Ballroom Basics

Health & Fitness

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. 41585 18 yr + 8 classes 41586 18 yr + 8 classes

th 7:00pm-8:00pm sFCC Hilton F 6:30pm-7:30pm CVCC Hilton

Apr 6-May 25 $89 Apr 7-May 26 $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. 41587 18 yr + 8 classes

F 8:30pm-9:30pm CVCC Hilton

Apr 7-May 26 $89

Belly Dance Remove the daily stress with a yoga warm-up, enjoy a low impact dance workout and learn belly dance moves with some basic choreography. wear loose fitting clothes or aerobic gear. All are welcome to join. no experience is necessary. the Advanced class is for returning students with instructor approval.

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41584 12 yr + 4 classes 41691 12 yr + 4 classes

th 7:15pm-8:15pm Mar 16-Apr 6 sGCC Karpeles $23 th 7:15pm-8:15pm May 4-May 25 sGCC Karpeles $23

Belly Dance Troupe 41583 12 yr + 4 classes 41692 12 yr + 4 classes

th 6:15pm-7:15pm Mar 16-Apr 6 sGCC Karpeles $23 th 6:15pm-7:15pm May 4-May 25 sGCC Karpeles $23

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 with a blast of guts and butts!! Bring a towel because you are guaranteed to sweat! Men and women are welcome! 41875 16 yr + 7 classes 41876 16 yr + 6 classes

su 8:15am-9:15am Dance Co Feder su 8:15am-9:15am Dance Co Feder

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 and guitar tuner.

EXTREME Cardio Kickboxing Are you tired of your typical aerobic class? If you’re ready for a good workout that can burn up to 800 calories while melting your stress and aggressions away, then this class is for you! this intense tOtAL body workout 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!! Men and women are welcome! Athletic clothes and shoes required (boxing gloves optional). Bring a towel because you’re guaranteed to sweat! 41877 16 yr + 14 classes 41879 16 yr + 14 classes 41878 16 yr + 12 classes 41880 16 yr + 12 classes

M/w 7:00pm-7:55pm Dance Co Feder t/th 7:00pm-7:55pm Dance Co Feder M/w 7:00pm-7:55pm Dance Co Feder t/th 7:00pm-7:55pm Dance Co Feder

Mar 13-Apr 26 $85 Mar 14-Apr 27 $85 May 1-Jun 7 $72 May 2-Jun 8 $72

Cardio Kickboxing One Day Only One day per 41881 16 yr + M 7:00pm-7:55pm 13 classes Dance Co Feder

t 6:30pm-7:30pm Mar 21-Apr 18 sFCC Oducayen $80

Guitar– Beginning/Intermediate 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 and guitar tuner. 41591 18 yr + 5 classes

Mar 19-Apr 30 $80 May 7-Jun 11 $70

week for 12 weeks. you will need to select your day, Monday-thursday.

Intro to Guitar

41590 18 yr + 5 classes

Boot Camp

t 6:30pm-7:30pm May 2-May 30 sFCC Oducayen $80

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

Mar 13-Jun 5 $80


Adults – 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. 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 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. All Levels. 18 yr + M/W/F 6:30pm-7:30pm 18 yr + T 6:30pm-7:30pm 18 yr+ Th 6:45pm-7:45pm 18 yr + Sa 9:00am-10:00am *See description above for fees.

continuous KASCC* continuous SFCC* continuous SFCC* continuous SFCC*

Zumba 18 yr + M 6:00pm–7:00pm *See description above for fees.

continuous

SFCC*

Jazzercise Classes

18 yr + M/w 7:10pm-8:10pm CVCC (510) 538-7070 Jan Hennefer www.jazzwithjan.com 18 yr + t/th 6:00pm-7:00pm CVCC (510) 761-1201 Celeste Cook Cjazzprincess@aol.com 18 yr + sa 9:00am-10:00am CVCC (510) 761-1201 Celeste Cook Cjazzprincess@aol.com 18 yr + su 9:00am-10:00am CVCC (510) 761-1201 Celeste Cook Cjazzprincess@aol.com 18 yr + M/w/th/F 8:00am-9:00am KAsC (510) 247-3188 Michelle Cowart Michelle.cowart@comcast.net

Express Cut to the chase with a 30-minute blast of dance-based cardio plus strength training. Rev it up and rock it out in half the time. 18 yr + (510) 761-1201

t/th 7:05pm-7:35pm CVCC Celeste Cook Cjazzprincess@aol.com

Strength 45 Forge the tight, lean body you’re looking for while the pulse-pounding playlist distracts you from the burn – in this 45-minute hard core muscle sculpting strength workout. 18 yr + (510) 761-1201

sa 8:00am-8:45am CVCC Celeste Cook Cjazzprincess@aol.com

Class will begin with a warm up of weights segment and incorporating Pilates breath and control into the workout. the second half of the class will be mat Pilates exercises focusing on your body’s core, strengthen your lower back and improving your posture. this class is for students that have participated in 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 weights, a yoga mat and water. 41866 16 yr + 8 classes 41869 16 yr + 8 classes

t 5:30pm-6:30pm KAsCC Rowe t 5:30pm-6:30pm KAsCC Rowe

Mar 14-May 2 $70 May 9-Jun 27 $70

Ball Pilates Class will begin with a segment incorporating excercise balls into a Pilates-based workout. the second half of class will be mat Pilates exercises focusing on the core of your body, strengthing 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 achive an overall stronger core. Please bring a yoga mat, exercise ball (55, 65 or 78cm) and water. 41867 16 yr + 8 classes 41868 16 yr + 8 classes

w 5:00pm-6:00pm Dance Co Rowe w 5:00pm-6:00pm Dance Co Rowe

Mar 15-May 3 $70 May 10-Jun 28 $70

Tummies and Tushies Sculpt target your tummy and tushies with this express 30minute class that focuses on OnLy those two spots! standing and floor exercise with the use of mats, medicine balls and ballet barre. 41873 18 yr + 13 classes 41871 18 yr + 13 classes

w 6:30pm-7:00pm Dance Co Feder th 6:30pm-7:00pm Dance Co Feder

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

Mar 15-Jun 7 $65 Mar 16-Jun 8 $65

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Unlimited workouts, no joining fees, 6-month minimum auto registration required. Hurry! start now! Jazzercise provides a calorie-torching, muchneeded reprieve from hectic schedules and lives. we offer newfound confidence, cutting-edge dance moves, and a community of people just like you that will help you reach your goals. we’ll help you achieve a new outlook, improved body and lifelong friends. Jazzercise Dance Mixx torch fat, sculpt lean muscle and crush calories with this high intensity workout that mixes dance-based cardio with strength training.

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Adults – Fitness/Language/Martial Arts

Tai Chi

41403 18 yr + 5 classes 41404 18 yr + 4 classes 41405 18 yr + 4 classes

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su 9:00am-11:00am Apr 2-Apr 30 sLCC Fung $55 su 9:00am-11:00am May 7-May 28 sLCC Fung $44 su 9:00am-11:00am Jun 4-Jun 25 sLCC Fung $44

Yogalates yogalates is a class that is a unique blend of yoga and Pilates in one hour! It incorporates the mind body connection and stretching exercises/ poses you achieve with yoga, but adds an excellent segment of purely based core exercises through Pilates practice. this is a class for individuals that want to strengthen their core and improve overall body tone, while also achieving a mind body connection and sense of inner calm. Please bring a yoga mat, towel and water. 41865 16 yr + 8 classes 41870 16 yr + 8 classes

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Language

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 your both the physical and emotional health.

th 5:00pm-6:00pm KAsCC Rowe th 5:00pm-6:00pm KAsCC Rowe

Mar 16-May 4 $70 May 11-Jun 29 $70

Zumba Join the newest dance-fitness craze inspired by Latin and world music dance steps. this cardio-based workout combines high energy and motivating music with fitness moves to create a fast pace, effective, fun workout. Benefits include sculpting, toning and interval training. All classes include a warm-up and cool down. Zumba is for everyone. Ditch the workout and join the party. Please wear workout shoes and bring a water bottle. no class 4/18, 4/19. 41930 16 yr + 9 classes 41931 16 yr + 9 classes

t 7:30pm-8:30pm Mar 28-May 30 DLDC Zhang $86 w 7:40pm-8:40pm Mar 29-May 31 DLDC Lewis $86

German Songs no German is necessary and you don’t have to sing. For those who love German songs and want to be part of a group that does too. 41684 6 yr + w 11:00am-12:30pm Mar 15-Jun 7 13 classes KAsCC schmidt Free

German Language Instruction Beginning 41681 6 yr + th 1:00pm-2:30pm Mar 16-Jun 8 13 classes KAsCC schmidt Free

Intermediate 41683 6 yr + th 11:30am-1:00pm Mar 16-Jun 8 13 classes KAsCC schmidt Free

Advanced 41682 6 yr + th 10:00am-11:30am Mar 16-Jun 8 13 classes KAsCC schmidt Free

Martial Arts Gung Fu 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. no class 5/29.

Beginning 41610 7 yr + M/w 6:00pm-7:30pm Apr 3-Jun 14 21 classes wPCC Martinez $125

Intermediate/Advanced 41611 7 yr + M/w 7:30pm-9:00pm Apr 3-Jun 14 21 classes wPCC Martinez $125

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


Leaping Leopard shaolin Kenpo, the Incredible Power of self-Defense, is a comprehensive system of martial arts developed to meet the self Defense needs of individuals in today’s society. this Art addresses selfdefense situations against multiple attackers including attackers with weapons. you will also improve in areas of concentration, self-discipline, self-confidence, motivation and physical fitness.

Beginner to Purple Belt 41408 13 yr + 10 classes 41407 13 yr + 11 classes 41409 13 yr + 11 classes

M 8:05pm-9:35pm Mar 20-May 22 sLCC santiago $114 t 7:35pm-8:35pm Mar 21-May 30 sGCC santiago $125 th 8:05pm-9:35pm Mar 23-Jun 1 sFCC santiago $125

Karate/Aikido Learn the techniques of both Karate and Aikido. Okinawan Karate will teach basic physical training, strikes, blocks, kicks, self-defense and sparring. Aikido teaches footwork, balance, falls, rolls, and controlling techniques. Learn how to use the power of your opponent to your advantage while developing selfdiscipline and confidence. Instructor is a certified black belt. no class 5/29. 41410 7 yr + 10 classes 41411 7 yr + 10 classes

M 4:00pm-6:00pm Mar 27-Jun 5 CVCC Brown $125 w 6:00pm-8:00pm Mar 29-May 31 sFCC Brown $125

PhotoCentral: (510) 881-6721 info@photocentral.org www.photocentral.org

Introduction to the Digital Lab 1-hour free orientation + 1 free print Make an appointment for a free 1-hour orientation to our state of the art digital lab which includes one 8 x 10 printing. Further use of the digital lab is $10 an hour plus materials. see below for drop-in hours and lab equipment.

Call (510) 881-6721 or email info@photocentral.org to arrange Fee: $99 per hour, 2-hour minimum One-on-one photo instruction, consultations and critiques are available with one of our talented PhotoCentral staff for all levels of photographer. Explore a topic of your choice. n traditional and alternative processes n Digital negatives n Digital Printing n Camera skills n Project Development n Beginners welcome

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. 41555 18 yr + 4 classes

t 7:00pm-9:30pm PhotoCentral Decker

Mar 14-Apr 4 $89

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. 41556 18 yr + 4 classes

t 7:00pm-9:30pm Apr 25-May 16 PhotoCentral Decker $89

PhotoCentral Drop-in Lab Drop-in Lab hours: Mondays, 5:00pm-10:00pm or by appointment. (510) 881-6721 n info@photocentral.org Digital Lab Fee: $10 per hour n Printing Fee: $4 per square foot n Dark Room Fee: $5 per hour Digital Lab Equipment includes: computers – four MACs with Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom; scanners: nikon Cool scan 9000 Film scanner, Epson V750pro flatbed scanner, and Microtek 9800XL large flatbed scanner; printers: Epson P800 and 9900 larger format (44-inch wide) printers. Darkroom: state-of-the-art black and white darkroom accommodating 35mm to 4x5 negatives. Chemicals and equipment are included. See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

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Private Lessons

Adults – Martial Arts/Photography

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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. 41557 18 yr + 4 classes

w 7:00pm-9:30pm Apr 26-May 17 PhotoCentral Decker $89

PhotoCentral 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. 41592 16 yr + 1 class 41593 16 yr + 1 class 41594 16 yr + 1 class

su 1:00pm-4:00pm PhotoCentral su 1:00pm-4:00pm PhotoCentral su 1:00pm-4:00pm PhotoCentral

Apr 30 Free May 28 Free Jun 25 Free

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 ACBL-sanctioned and award masterpoints. Presenter is an ACBL Life Master and accredited ACBL Easybridge Presenter and Director. th 11:00am-3:30pm Hollowell/simmerman

Ongoing $8

Drop-in bridge. All welcome! th 9:00am-12:00pm CVCC staff

Ongoing $2

San Felipe Bridge Club 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. 18 yr +

18 yr + 18 yr +

w 11:15am-3:15pm KAsCC terzian M 12:00pm-3:45pm KAsCC terzian

Ongoing $9 Ongoing $9

English as a Second Language Job Skills and Computer Class for Job Seekers Free program offered by the Alameda County LibraryAdult Literacy Program. you will use the computer lab, practice your English skills, learn computer skills and job searching through the internet. Open to the public. to register call (510) 745-1480. M 11:30am-1:30pm 7:00pm-9:00pm ACC

Ongoing Free

Presentation Skills – Powerful Presentations we all present information in our personal and professional lives every day. Learn how to quickly organize your thoughts for your listener, ways to support your ideas, the importance of being present, the ability to think on your feet, the knack for answering questions and how to handle nerves. Bring a 3-5 minute presentation for review and coaching. 41650 18 yr + 1 class

sa 10:00am-5:00pm sFCC Biron

Apr 29 $80

A Winning Speaking Voice

Lake Chabot Bridge Club 18 yr +

ACBL-sanctioned Duplicate Bridge. Drop-in basis, master points 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 + th

Special Interest

18 yr + wPCC

Redwood Bridge Club

Develop your speaking voice into a winning, powerful tool. you will learn the importance of breathing and relaxation, voice techniques (pause, pace, inflection, etc.) that will enhance the meaning of your words, the importance of body language and eye contact, ways to eliminate distracting vocal habits and how to improve your articulation to be better understood. 41651 18 yr + 1 class

sa 6:00pm-9:00pm sFCC Biron

F 10:30am-2:30pm Ongoing sFCC Conrad/Dabney $8

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

May 6 $60


Tennis

Sports Field and Gym Rentals – See page 59 for information.

Tennis Bring a tennis racket and a can of new tennis balls to first class. no class 4/16.

Beginner 41685 18 yr + su 10:00am-11:00am Mar 26-Jun 4 10 classes CVCC savich $130

Intermediate 41686 18 yr + su 11:00am-12:00pm Mar 26-Jun 4 10 classes CVCC savich $130

Adults – Sports/Tennis

Sports

Social Tennis League 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 2016 Leagues will be mailed registration packets automatically. new teams should pick up their registration packet or call for one to be mailed to you. Registration packets can be downloaded at www.teamsideline.com/hayward.

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. 42339 18 yr + w 7:00pm-9:00pm 10 classes BttC Lim

Apr 5-Jun 7 $56

Adult Soccer Leagues

Adult Volleyball Leagues teams that played during the 2016 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. Registration packets can also be downloaded at www.teamsideline.com/hayward.

Bocce Ball Open Play Bocce, wednesdays and saturdays, 10:00am, Adobe Art Center Park. 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.

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Online Mail-In Fax Walk-In See pages 64-66 for details. See pages 61-63 for the Guide to Class Locations and Facilities.

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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. Registration packets can be downloaded at www.teamsideline.com/hayward.

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Ages 50 Years +

H.A.R.D.

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 by 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:

Hayward Area Senior Center (HASC) 22325 north third street, Hayward, (510) 881-6766 Center Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:00pm

Kenneth C. Aitken Senior and Community Center (KASCC) 17800 Redwood Road, Castro Valley, (510) 881-6738 Center Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-4:00pm

Senior Programming also offered at: Ashland Community Center (ACC)

San Lorenzo Community Center (SLCC)

1530 167th Avenue, san Leandro, (510) 881-6700 Center Hours: tuesdays, 9:30am-12:00pm

1970 via Buena Vista, san Lorenzo, (510) 881-6700 Center Hours: thursdays, 9:30am-12:00pm

Matt Jimenez Community Center (MJCC)

Weekes Park Community Center (WPCC)

28200 Ruus Road, Hayward, (510) 881-6700 Center Hours: Monday-Friday, 10:00am-1:00pm

27182 Patrick Avenue, Hayward, (510) 881-6700 Center Hours: wednesdays, 9:30am-12:00pm

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Art and Painting 41292 50 yr + 4 classes 41293 50 yr + 5 classes 41294 50 yr + 4 classes

w 9:30am-12:00pm Apr 5-Apr 26 HAsC Gunn $20 w 9:30am-12:00pm May 3-May 31 HAsC Gunn $25 w 9:30am-12:00pm Jun 7-Jun 28 HAsC Gunn $20

Art of Drawing and Painting 50 yr +

t 9:00am-11:30am KAsCC Gunn

tBA $tBA

Caning and Refinishing 50 yr +

M 9:00am-12:00pm KAsCC Volunteer

Ongoing $1 drop-in

Ceramics Low Fire 41295 50 yr + 4 classes 41296 50 yr + 4 classes 41297 50 yr + 5 classes

th 12:00pm-2:00pm Apr 6-Apr 27 HAsC shaw $20 th 12:00pm-2:00pm May 4-May 25 HAsC shaw $20 th 12:00pm-2:00pm Jun 1-Jun 29 HAsC shaw $25

Chinese Brush Painting 50 yr +

F 9:00am-11:00am HAsC to

Ongoing $5 drop-in

M 9:30am-12:00pm Apr 3-Apr 24 HAsC Kliest $20 M 9:30am-12:00pm May 1-May 22 HAsC Kliest $20 M 9:30am-12:00pm Jun 5-Jun 26 HAsC Kliest $20

Needle Arts 50 yr +

F 9:00am-12:30pm KAsCC Volunteer

50 yr +

th 9:00am-12:00pm HAsC Volunteer

41304 50 yr + 4 classes 41305 50 yr + 5 classes 41306 50 yr + 4 classes

t 9:00am-11:00am Apr 4-Apr 25 HAsC Underwood $20 t 9:00am-11:00am May 2-May 30 HAsC Underwood $25 t 9:00am-11:00am Jun 6-Jun 27 HAsC Underwood $20

Wood Carving woodshop safety Course must be taken prior to participation. Free course offered on the first Friday of each month-call for reservations. shop normally closes for lunch from 12:00-1:00pm. t 1:00pm-3:00pm HAsC Volunteer

9:30am-1:30pm Apr 19, May 17, Jun 21 KAsCC Volunteer $3 drop-in

50 yr +

t 11:00am-12:45pm HAsC Volunteer w 12:30pm-3:00pm KAsCC Belzer

Ongoing $2 drop-in

One Stroke Decorative Painting

Crochet and Knitting 50 yr +

Ongoing $1 drop-in

Quilting for Seniors

50 yr +

Creative Sewing 50 yr + w (3rd)

41301 50 yr + 4 classes 41302 50 yr + 4 classes 41303 50 yr + 4 classes

Ongoing $1 drop-in Ongoing $1 drop-in

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

Ongoing $2 drop-in


woodshop safety Course must be taken prior to participation. Free course offered on the first Friday of each month –call for reservations. shop normally closes for lunch from 12:00pm-1:00pm. 50 yr +

t/w/th 9:00am-3:00pm HAsC Volunteer

Ongoing $2 drop-in

50 yr + 50 yr +

50 yr +

50 yr + sa 7:00pm-10:00pm HAsC Rocha

Apr 22 $6 drop-in

su 1:00pm-4:00pm HAsC nicolaus

Apr 30 $8 drop-in

Apr 4-Apr 25 $24 May 2-May 30 $30 Jun 6-Jun 27 $24

t 8:00pm-9:15pm HAsC Rocha t 8:00pm-9:15pm HAsC Rocha t 8:00pm-9:15pm HAsC Rocha

Apr 4-Apr 25 $30 May 2-May 30 $37.50 Jun 6-Jun 27 $30

Beginning Piano with Theory th 9:30am-11:00am KAsCC wedemeyer

tBA $tBA

Belly Dance Beginner/Intermediate 41355 50 yr + 4 classes 41356 50 yr + 4 classes 41357 50 yr + 5 classes

th 6:30pm-7:30pm HAsC Price th 6:30pm-7:30pm HAsC Price th 6:30pm-7:30pm HAsC Price

Apr 6-Apr 27 $20 May 4-May 25 $20 Jun 1-Jun 29 $25

th 11:15am-12:30pm KAsCC Hanan th 10:30am-12:00pm HAsC Volunteer

50 yr +

th 10:00am-11:30am HAsC Leon & Rich

Ongoing Free

50 yr +

w 1:00pm-2:30pm KAsCC Volunteer

Ongoing $1 drop-in

Senior Sing Along Chorus 50 yr +

F 2:00pm-3:00pm KAsCC Lewis

Ongoing $3 drop-in

Tap Dance Adult Tap I 41345 50 yr + 4 classes 41346 50 yr + 4 classes 41347 50 yr + 4 classes

M 1:00pm-1:55pm Mar 20-Apr 10 CVPA-2 CVPA staff $20 M 1:00pm-1:55pm Apr 24-May 15 CVPA-2 CVPA staff $20 M 1:00pm-1:55pm May 22-Jun 19 CVPA-2 CVPA staff $20

Adult Tap II th 1:00pm-1:55pm Mar 16-Apr 6 CVPA-2 CVPA staff $20 th 1:00pm-1:55pm Apr 13-May 11 CVPA-2 CVPA staff $20 th 1:00pm-1:55pm May 18-Jun 8 CVPA-2 CVPA staff $20

Beginning 41705 50 yr + 3 classes

M 5:00pm-6:30pm Ongoing HAsC sutcliffe $3.50 drop-in

Beginning 50 yr +

Apr 29 $6 drop-in

Operas and Ballet for Music Lovers

Ukulele

Intro to Beginner

50 yr +

50 yr +

Ongoing $3 drop-in

Line Dance 50 yr +

sa 5:00pm-8:00pm MJCC Jones

3-Piece Band

Ongoing $3 drop-in

Hula-n-ukulele 50 yr +

Ongoing $4 drop-in

Live Band Dance

41343 50 yr + 4 classes 41344 50 yr + 4 classes 41348 50 yr + 4 classes

Hawaiian Hula Dance 50 yr +

F 6:00pm-7:30pm HAsC Lucas

M 10:00am-11:30am Ongoing HAsC nicolaus $4 drop-in w 10:00am-11:30am Ongoing MJCC Jones $3 drop-in F 12:00pm-1:30pm Ongoing KAsCC Okada $3.50 drop-in

w 6:00pm-7:15pm May 10-May 24 HAsC Kamai-Paler $20

Advanced 41706 50 yr + 3 classes 41707 50 yr + 3 classes 41708 50 yr + 3 classes

w 7:00pm-8:15pm Apr 12-Apr 26 HAsC Kamai-Paler $20 w 6:30pm-7:45pm May 10-May 24 HAsC Kamai-Paler $20 w 7:00pm-8:15pm Jun 7-Jun 21 HAsC Kamai-Paler $20

Ukulele – Practice 50 yr + t (1st, 3rd, 5th) 2:00pm-4:00pm HAsC Volunteer

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

Ongoing $1 drop-in

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t 7:00pm-8:00pm HAsC Rocha t 7:00pm-8:00pm HAsC Rocha t 7:00pm-8:00pm HAsC Rocha

Intermediate

50 yr +

50 yr +

50 yr +

Beginning

41313 50 yr + 4 classes 41314 50 yr + 5 classes 41315 50 yr + 4 classes

50 yr +

t 10:00am-12:00pm Ongoing KAsCC nocera $3.50 drop-in w 7:00pm-8:30pm Ongoing HAsC Marez $4 drop-in

Line Dance Party

Ballroom Dance 41310 50 yr + 4 classes 41311 50 yr + 5 classes 41312 50 yr + 4 classes

Ongoing $3 drop-in Ongoing $3 drop-in

Line Dance – Soul line Dance

5th Sunday Line Dance 50 yr +

M 10:00am-11:30am MJCC Jones F 10:00am-11:30am MJCC Jones

All Levels

Saturday Dance 50 yr +

Ongoing $4 drop-in Ongoing $4 drop-in

Intermediate/Advanced 50 yr +

Dance & Music

M 7:00pm-8:30pm HAsC Clayton F 10:00am-11:30am HAsC nicolaus

Senior/Active Adults – Ages 50 Years +

Advanced Beginners

Woodworking and Crafts

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Ukulele – “Uke” Can Too Beginning Ukulele 50 yr +

t 1:00pm-3:00pm KAsCC Lozier

French – Conversational Ongoing $3 drop-in

World Dance for Seniors World Cultural Dance 42421 50 yr + 4 classes 42422 50 yr + 4 classes 42423 50 yr + 2 classes

M 11:15am-12:30pm Apr 3-Apr 24 HAsC Denike $20 M 11:15am-12:30pm May 1-May 22 HAsC Denike $20 M 11:15am-12:30pm Jun 5-Jun 12 HAsC Denike $10

Celebrate with Circle Dance 42425 50 yr + 1 class 42426 50 yr + 1 class

F 8:00pm-10:00pm HAsC Denike F 8:00pm-10:00pm HAsC Denike

Apr 21 $5 May 19 $5

World Dance Performance Troupe 41711 50 yr + 4 classes 41712 50 yr + 5 classes 41713 50 yr + 4 classes 41714 50 yr + 4 classes 41715 50 yr + 3 classes 41716 50 yr + 5 classes

t HAsC t HAsC t HAsC th KAsCC th KAsCC th KAsCC

5:00pm-6:45pm Apr 4-Apr 25 Denike $20 5:00pm-6:45pm May 2-May 30 Denike $25 5:00pm-6:45pm Jun 6-Jun 27 Denike $20 11:15am-12:45pm Apr 6-Apr 27 Denike $20 11:15am-12:45pm May 11-May 25 Denike $15 11:15am-12:45pm Jun 1-Jun 29 Denike $25

Language German – Conversational German I 42411 50 yr + t 1:00pm-2:00pm Apr 4-Jun 27 13 classes HAsC Volunteer $10

German II 42412 50 yr + t 2:00pm-3:00pm Apr 4-Jun 27 13 classes HAsC Volunteer $10

42408 50 yr + 4 classes 42409 50 yr + 5 classes 42410 50 yr + 4 classes

w 10:00am-11:30am Apr 5-Apr 26 HAsC Avellar $20 w 10:00am-11:30am May 3-May 31 HAsC Avellar $25 w 10:00am-11:30am Jun 7-Jun 28 HAsC Avellar $20

Health & Fitness 10 Minute Massage 50 yr + M 50 yr + th

By Appointment KAsCC By Appointment HAsC

Free Free

Back Strengthening Awareness 41722 50 yr + 4 classes 41726 50 yr + 4 classes 41730 50 yr + 2 classes 41720 50 yr + 4 classes 41721 50 yr + 5 classes 41723 50 yr + 3 classes 41725 50 yr + 4 classes 41727 50 yr + 3 classes 41728 50 yr + 3 classes

M HAsC M HAsC M HAsC t KAsCC t KAsCC t KAsCC th KAsCC th KAsCC th KAsCC

10:00am-11:15am Apr 3-Apr 24 Denike $20 10:00am-11:15am May 1-May 22 Denike $20 10:00am-11:15am Jun 5-Jun 12 Denike $10 1:45pm-2:45pm Apr 4-Apr 25 Denike $20 1:45pm-2:45pm May 2-May 30 Denike $25 1:45pm-2:45pm Jun 6-Jun 27 Denike $15 1:45pm-2:45pm Apr 6-Apr 27 Denike $20 1:45pm-2:45pm May 11-May 25 Denike $15 1:45pm-2:45pm Jun 1-Jun 29 Denike $15

Breathe, Meditate, Heal 42436 50 yr + 4 classes 42437 50 yr + 5 classes 42438 50 yr + 4 classes

w 2:15pm-3:15pm HAsC Jean w 2:15pm-3:15pm HAsC Jean w 2:15pm-3:15pm HAsC Jean

Apr 5-Apr 26 $20 May 3-May 31 $25 Jun 7-Jun 28 $20

Exercise for Frail Seniors 60 yr +

M/w/F 11:30am-12:30pm ACC staff

Ongoing Free

Fitness for Active Adults/Seniors 41732 50 yr + 41733 50 yr + 41734 50 yr +

M/w/F 8:00am-10:00am Apr 3-Apr 28 KAsCC nohr $24 M/w/F 8:00am-10:00am May 1-May 31 KAsCC nohr $26 M/w/F 8:00am-10:00am Jun 2-Jun 30 KAsCC nohr $26

Laugh Yoga 50 yr +

th 3:00pm-3:55pm KAsCC Volunteer

Ongoing $1 drop-in

Nice & Easy Movement 50 yr +

M/w/F 10:00am-11:15am KAsCC Farrell

tBA $tBA

Pilates For Active Seniors 41750 50 yr + 4 classes 41751 50 yr + 3 classes 41752 50 yr + 5 classes

th 10:00am-11:00am Apr 6-Apr 27 KAsCC Pasic-tran $20 th 10:00am-11:00am May 11-May 25 KAsCC Pasic-tran $15 th 10:00am-11:00am Jun 1-Jun 29 KAsCC Pasic-tran $25

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


50 yr + 50 yr +

Morning Yoga

F 10:00am-11:00am KAsCC Volunteer t 10:00am-11:00am HAsC Volunteer

Ongoing $1 drop-in Ongoing $1 drop-in

Sit-n-Fit 42439 50 yr + 4 classes 42440 50 yr + 5 classes 42441 50 yr + 4 classes

w 11:00am-12:00pm Apr 5-Apr 26 HAsC Jean $20 w 11:00am-12:00pm May 3-May 31 HAsC Jean $25 w 11:00am-12:00pm Jun 7-Jun 28 HAsC Jean $20

Stretch and Strength 42448 50 yr + 4 classes 42449 50 yr + 5 classes 42450 50 yr + 4 classes

w 1:00pm-2:00pm HAsC Jean w 1:00pm-2:00pm HAsC Jean w 1:00pm-2:00pm HAsC Jean

Apr 5-Apr 26 $20 May 3-May 31 $25 Jun 7-Jun 28 $20

Tai Chi Chih 42454 50 yr + 4 classes 42455 50 yr + 4 classes 42456 50 yr + 5 classes 42451 50 yr + 4 classes 42452 50 yr + 4 classes 42453 50 yr + 5 classes

th HAsC th HAsC th HAsC F HAsC F HAsC F HAsC

9:00am-10:00am Apr 6-Apr 27 McAlister $20 9:00am-10:00am May 4-May 25 McAlister $20 9:00am-10:00am Jun 1-Jun 29 McAlister $25 9:30am-10:30am Apr 7-Apr 28 triggs $20 9:30am-10:30am May 5-May 26 triggs $20 9:30am-10:30am Jun 2-Jun 30 triggs $25

50 yr +

th 10:00am-11:00am KAsCC Volunteer

Ongoing $2 drop-in

Wild Goose Qigong 41759 50 yr + 4 classes 41760 50 yr + 5 classes 42735 50 yr + 4 classes

w 9:15am-10:15am Apr 5-Apr 26 KAsCC Joost $20 w 9:15am-10:15am May 3-May 31 KAsCC Joost $25 w 9:15am-10:15am Jun 7-Jun 28 KAsCC Joost $20

Yoga for 50+ at San Lorenzo 41749 50 yr + 4 classes 42758 50 yr + 5 classes 42757 50 yr + 4 classes

w 9:00am-10:00am Apr 5-Apr 26 sLCC Anderson $20 w 9:00am-10:00am May 3-May 31 sLCC Anderson $25 w 9:00am-10:00am Jun 7-Jun 28 sLCC Anderson $20

Zumba Gold (no class 4/18) 42462 50 yr + 4 classes 42463 50 yr + 4 classes 42464 50 yr + 4 classes 42460 50 yr + 3 classes 42461 50 yr + 5 classes 42459 50 yr + 4 classes 42457 50 yr + 4 classes 42458 50 yr + 4 classes 42465 50 yr + 5 classes

M HAsC M HAsC M HAsC t HAsC t HAsC t HAsC F HAsC F HAsC F HAsC

6:00pm-7:00pm Alcantar 6:00pm-7:00pm Alcantar 6:00pm-7:00pm Alcantar 8:45am-9:45am Alcantar 8:45am-9:45am Alcantar 8:45am-9:45am Alcantar 2:50pm-3:50pm Alcantar 2:50pm-3:50pm Alcantar 2:50pm-3:50pm Alcantar

Apr 3-Apr 24 $24 May 1-May 22 $24 Jun 5-Jun 26 $24 Apr 4-Apr 25 $15 May 2-May 30 $25 Jun 6-Jun 27 $20 Apr 7-Apr 28 $20 May 5-May 26 $20 Jun 2-Jun 30 $25

Special Interest Books and Conversation 50 yr +

M 10:30am-11:30am KAsCC Volunteer

Ongoing $1 drop-in

Computer Beginning 42403 50 yr + 4 classes

M 12:45pm-2:15pm May 1-May 22 HAsC Bruetsch $20

Intermediate 42402 50 yr + 4 classes

M 12:45pm-2:15pm Apr 3-Apr 24 HAsC Bruetsch $20

Conscious Living, Conscious Aging 50 yr + M (2nd & 4th) 1:00pm-2:30pm KAsCC Volunteer

Ongoing $1 drop-in

Online Digital Photo Album 42474 50 yr + 4 classes 42475 50 yr + 4 classes

M 2:30pm-3:30pm Apr 3-Apr 24 HAsC Bruetsch $20 M 2:30pm-3:30pm May 1-May 22 HAsC Bruetsch $20

Digital Photography

Yoga 41740 50 yr + 4 classes 41741 50 yr + 4 classes 41742 50 yr + 4 classes 41743 50 yr + 4 classes 41744 50 yr + 4 classes 41745 50 yr + 5 classes

t 9:30am-10:30am Apr 4-Apr 25 KAsCC Pasic-tran $20 t 9:30am-10:30am May 2-May 30 KAsCC Pasic-tran $25 t 9:30am-10:30am Jun 6-Jun 27 KAsCC Pasic-tran $20

M HAsC M HAsC M HAsC th HAsC th HAsC th HAsC

8:35am-9:35am Apr 3-Apr 24 Korzun $20 8:35am-9:35am May 1-May 22 Korzun $20 8:35am-9:35am Jun 5-Jun 26 Korzun $20 6:00pm-7:00pm Apr 6-Apr 27 Jean $40 6:00pm-7:00pm May 4-May 25 Jean $40 6:00pm-7:00pm Jun 1-Jun 29 Jean $50

Introduction 42469 50 yr + 1 class

t 9:00am-12:00pm HAsC Foote

Apr 18 $20

t 9:00am-12:00pm HAsC Foote

May 16 $20

t 9:00am-12:00pm HAsC Foote

Jun 20 $20

Intermediate 42470 50 yr + 1 class

Travel 42471 50 yr + 1 class

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

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Tai Chi Chuan – Advanced

41746 50 yr + 4 classes 41747 50 yr + 5 classes 41748 50 yr + 4 classes

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Memory Academy 41370 50 yr + 3 classes 41371 50 yr + 4 classes 41372 50 yr + 3 classes 41376 50 yr + 3 classes 41379 50 yr + 3 classes 41377 50 yr + 4 classes 41380 50 yr + 4 classes 41378 50 yr + 4 classes 41381 50 yr + 4 classes

t MJCC t MJCC t MJCC w KAsCC w KAsCC w KAsCC w KAsCC w KAsCC w KAsCC

Bingo

9:30am-11:30am Apr 11-Apr 25 nohr $15 9:30am-11:30am May 9-May 30 nohr $20 9:30am-11:30am Jun 13-Jun 27 nohr $15 1:15pm-2:25pm Apr 5-Apr 26 nohr $15 2:35pm-3:45pm Apr 5-Apr 26 nohr $15 1:15pm-2:25pm May 3-May 24 nohr $20 2:35pm-3:45pm May 3-May 24 nohr $20 1:15pm-2:25pm Jun 7-Jun 28 nohr $20 2:35pm-3:45pm Jun 7-Jun 28 nohr $20

Reflections: Your Story, Your Way 42857 50 yr + 4 classes 42858 50 yr + 5 classes 42859 50 yr + 4 classes

w 9:00am-10:00am Apr 5-Apr 26 HAsC Petigara $20 w 9:00am-10:00am May 3-May 31 HAsC Petigara $25 w 9:00am-10:00am Jun 7-Jun 28 HAsC Petigara $20

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this free program for older adults provides an array of activities and speakers designed to promote health and well-being. Activities include: health and wellness speakers, board games, trivia, themed bingo, exercises, hot topics and social service presentations. Registration is on-site. 60 yr + t 9:30am-12:00pm 60 yr + w 9:30am-12:00pm 60 yr + th 9:30am-12:00pm

Ongoing Ongoing Ongoing

ACC Free wPCC Free sLCC Free

50 yr + 50 yr +

Bridge – Drop-in 50 yr + 50 yr +

50 yr +

50 yr +

50 yr +

50 yr +

50 yr +

Ongoing 50¢ drop-in

w/F 12:00pm-3:30pm KAsCC

Ongoing 50¢ drop-in

th 1:00pm-4:00pm Ongoing HAsC Volunteer 50¢ drop-in t/th 10:00am-1:00pm Mar 14-Jun 8 MJCC Volunteers $3 drop-in

Pinochle – Drop-in 50 yr +

t/F 10:00am-3:50pm KAsCC

Ongoing 50¢ drop-in

Table Tennis table tennis delivers fitness health and fun. Get an aerobic workout while socializing with friends.

50 yr +

t/w F HAsC M th KAsCC M/w MJCC

1:00pm-4:00pm Ongoing 10:45am-4:00pm Volunteer $1.50 drop-in 1:00pm-3:55pm Ongoing 12:30pm-3:55pm Ongoing Volunteer $1.50 drop-in 10:00am-1:00pm Mar 13-Jun 7 Volunteers $2 drop-in

Senior Social Tennis 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.

Sports Badminton w 8:30am-11:00am HAsC

Ongoing $1 drop-in

M-F 8:30am-4:00pm HAsC M-F 8:30am-3:55pm KAsCC

Ongoing $1 drop-in Ongoing $1 drop-in

Billiards 50 yr +

w 12:00pm-3:55pm KAsCC

Pickleball

Shakespeare/Cultural Literacy

50 yr +

Ongoing 50¢ drop-in

Mahjong

50 yr +

50 yr +

M/F 12:30pm-4:00pm HAsC

Hand and Foot (Canasta)

41766 50 yr + th 10:00am-12:00pm Mar 16-Jun 8 12 classes KAsCC Volunteer $12 Ongoing $1 drop-in

Ongoing 50¢ drop-in Ongoing $1 drop-in

Dominos

50 yr +

t 12:30pm-2:30pm KAsCC Volunteer

M/t 9:00am-12:00pm KAsCC F 11:30am-3:55pm KAsCC

Chess

Senior Scribes: Write to Exercise Your Brain

50 yr +

M/th 1:15pm-3:30pm Ongoing HAsC Fee varies $1.50-$12 t 1:15pm-3:30pm Ongoing KAsCC Fee varies $1.50-$12

41690 55 yr + 20 classes 41688 55 yr + 10 classes 41689 55 yr + 10 classes

w/F 9:30am-11:30am Mar 29-Jun 2 BttC savich $85 w 9:30am-11:30am Mar 29-May 31 BttC savich $43 F 9:30am-11:30am Mar 31-Jun 2 BttC savich $43

Tennis for Seniors Level 1 & 2 tennis is a healthy and safe sport for a lifetime, and it’s a lot of fun. If you enjoy watching tennis and want to learn the basics on how to play, or you haven’t played in a while and want to get back out there, join us to “Get into the game” with Coach Doug. 42864 55 yr + w 11:45am-12:45pm Mar 29-May 31 10 classes BttC savich $100

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


Seminars and Workshops the senior Centers strive to keep you healthy, active and independent. the senior Centers maintain an upto-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. Call the senior Center for more information or social service specialist, sandy Rogers at (510) 888-0102 or socialservices@HaywardRec.org.

Luncheons Luncheons are provided by spectrum. 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 every day. 60 yr + M-F 12:00pm-1:00pm HAsC Ongoing $3.75 suggested donation for 60 years and older $6 for guest under 60 yrs old 60 yr + M-w 12:00pm-1:00pm KAsCC Ongoing $3.75 suggested donation for 60 years older $6 for guest under 60 yrs old

Mercy Brown Bag Program

60 yr + F (2nd, 4th) 1:00pm-2:00pm HAsC Ongoing Register on site. Free 60 yr + M (2nd, 4th) 8:30am-9:30am ACC Ongoing Preregister by calling (510) 534-8540 ext. 369 Free

Out Standing Seniors A safe and confidential space for LGBtQ seniors 50 years +. want a place where you can feel connected to other LGBtQ seniors 50 + to share thoughts, feelings, resources, information and support to one another? Out standing seniors is a drop-in peer group, facilitated by trained peers 50 yr + t (1st and 3rd) 11:30am-2:00pm HAsC

Ongoing Free

Senior Deaf Group this group meets the 2nd and 4th tuesday of each month at Hayward Area senior Center. Meets for socialization, potluck and Dingo game. Participants are Deaf and use AsL. 50 yr + t (2nd & 4th) 10:00am-3:00pm HAsC

Ongoing Free

United Seniors of Oakland and Alameda County (USOAC) Citizens living in Eden Area meet with Alameda County supervisor nate Miley and/or his staff once a month. Discuss unincorporated issues surrounding the Eden area as well as any events and/or services available. 50 yr + F (4th) 10:00am-11:30am Ongoing ACC

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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 (510) 881-6766 for hours, directions, or more information.

Trips and Tours Experience local, regional and international trips with the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District. Call (510) 881-6768 for more information on these tours or visit our website at www.HaywardRec.org/seniors/travel

Day Trips Local day trips are taken on a regular basis from the Hayward and the Kenneth Aitken senior Centers, or the Hayward shoreline Interpretive Center. trip destinations include san Francisco, Monterey, and local gardens and museums. trips are also planned to local casinos such as Black Oak and Red Hawk!

2017 Extended Travel Opportunities Albuquerque Balloon Festival featuring 3 Nights in Santa Fe, 6 Days, October 13-18, 2017 Highlights include: Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, Albuquerque City tour, Old town Albuquerque, Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Bandelier national Monument, Los Alamos science Museum, santa Fe City tour, taos City tour, High Road to taos and more! Rates begin at $2,195. Eastern Europe Explorer featuring 2 Nights in Krakow, Warsaw & 3 Nights in Prague, 9 Days, November 7-15, 2017 Highlights include: warsaw City tour, warsaw’s Old town, Chopin Monument, Czestochowa & Chapel of the Black Madonna, Auschwitz, Krakow City tour, wawel Castle & wawel Cathedral, st. Mary’s Cathedral, wieliczka salt Mine, Kromeriz, Prague City tour, Hradcany Castle & st. Vitua Cathedral, Charles Bridge and more! Rates begin at $2,895. San Antonio Holiday featuring 4 Nights in San Antonio, 5 Days, December 3-7, 2017 Highlights include: san Antonio City tour, san Jose Mission, El Mercado Marketplace, Alamo, Riverwalk Cruise, Hill Country, LBJ Ranch, Fredericksburg, Fiesta de las Luminarias and more! Rates begin at $1,675.

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

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Mercy Retirement and Care Center distributes a bag of nutritional food to low-income seniors. Participants must pre-qualify.

HICAP provides assistance with Medicare and other health insurance coverage. Every 4th tuesday by appointment only. Call (510) 839-0393 to set up an appointment.

Senior/Active Adults – Ages 50 Years +

Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP)

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Special Needs

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Sorensdale Recreation Center 275 Goodwin Street, Hayward n (510) 881-6778 Winter Quarter: March 13, 2017-June 10, 2017 Program hours: Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm Center Closed: April 17-21 (Spring Break); May 29 (Memorial Day) 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. 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. Vendorization through the Regional Center of the East Bay is required. An application process must be completed before entry into the program.

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Spring Special Events

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2nd Annual Art Exhibit

The Artist Within Adobe Art Gallery 20395 San Miguel Avenue, Castro Valley Reception: March 25, 2017, 1:00pm-3:00pm Show runs through April 29, 2017 Gallery Hours (during exhibits): Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, 11:00am-3:00pm this exhibit showcases amazing art pieces from the participants at sorensdale Recreation Center.

Black & White Ball Sorensdale Recreation Center 275 Goodwin Street, Hayward Saturday, June 3, 2017, 4:00pm-8:00pm n Fee: $20 this event provides a formal dinner and dance for local special needs youth and adults. Call (510) 881-6778 for more information. Limited number of tickets available. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

Treasure Chest Thrift Shop Sorensdale Recreation Center, Room 9 275 Goodwin Street, Hayward Open Tuesdays and Fridays, 10:00am-3:30pm 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.


Theatre Arts

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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.

Coming Up at the Douglas Morrisson Theatre...

Our 37th Season! “Charley’s Aunt ‘66” “Side by Side By Scott Munson, after Brandon Thomas by Sondheim” February 9-March 5, 2017

A Musical Entertainment Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and music by Leonard Bernstein, Mary Rodgers, Richard Rodgers, Jule Styne

April 7-23, 2017 Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays: 8:00pm Sundays: 2:00pm Saturday, April 15, at 2:00pm Get ready to laugh, cry and fall in love with lyrics that are heartbreakingly true and music that captures the soaring emotions of a new generation with side by side by sondheim. simple and unpretentious, this tony Award-winning musical is a perfect introduction to the work of this contemporary master and a must for diehard fans.

Ticket Prices for the 2016-17 Season Single Event Tickets

Theater Shows

Previews

Chorus Concerts

Adult $29 / $27 $10 $18 Adult under 30/over 60/HARD Res. $25 / $22 $10 $15 youth w/student ID $15 $10 $12 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! 42268 18 yr + soprano 42269 18 yr + Alto 42270 18 yr + tenor 42271 18 yr + Bass

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The Morrisson Theatre Chorus under the direction of Cesar Cancino presents

“Stage and Screen” March 17 and 18 at 8:00pm March 19 at 2:00pm

Douglas Morrisson Theatre 22311 North Third Street, Hayward

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Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays: 8:00pm Sundays: 2:00pm Saturday, February 25, at 2:00pm this fresh and irreverent take on a classic farce transports the well-loved story from the hallowed halls of Oxford to stanford University in the psychedelic ‘60s. with a little cross-dressing and a lot of silliness, three college guys hatch a scheme to trick the older generation, and win their sweethearts.

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Facilities – Birthday Parties

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

Birthday Parties at Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center want to do something different for your child’s birthday? the Hayward shoreline 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 shark or dipnetting, or 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. New: A $50 Green Deposit is now due with payment. Upon proper sorting of party waste, the full deposit will be returned to you. For more details, call (510) 670-7270. Fee: $200 Residents/$250 non-residents.

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“Wild Things” Birthday Parties at Sulphur Creek

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sulphur Creek nature Center is a great place for a birthday party. the party includes a customized one-hour 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 or picnic site 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. Call Christine at (510) 881-6747 for details. Reservations are recommended at least eight weeks in advance. Fee: $200 Residents/$250 non-Residents Additional option, one-hour face painting: $60 Residents/$75 non-Residents

Birthday Bashes at the Pools During our Public swim Hours (1:30pm-3:30pm) on saturdays at the Hayward Plunge, you can have a party at the pool! we’ll provide lifeguards, the tables and chairs, fun birthday decorations, a goodie bag for each child, a pizza lunch, and of course the pool. Parties are for children ages 8 years and older. Each swim Center is also available for private rentals. For more information, please inquire at the pool or call (510) 881-6703. Fee: $180 for 12 children and 2 adults

Video Game Room at Matt Jimenez Community Center Make a lasting memory by adding the video game room at MJCC to your facility rental options! with Playstation 4’s, nintendo wii, and Xbox 360, your guests can play their way into the most memorable event they have ever attended. system set-up and room attendant included. Fee Per Hour: $75 Residents/$90 non-Residents

Mobile Rec Birthday Parties From birthday parties to school carnivals, we can provide a quality experience with a variety of entertainment attractions! treat your children and their friends, 3 years and up, to a wholesome and active experience they will never forget. Our trained staff will bring the equipment, set it up, supervise activities and pack it away when done. Call (510) 881-6700 for more information.


Bouncers are allowed by permit at the select parks listed below. Permittees will need to complete an application and provide the name and valid general liability insurance for the Commercial Bouncer Company. A Certificate of Insurance and Additional insured endorsement is required. Reserved picnic sites at these parks will include the following amenities: 1 BBQ pit, 4 tables, additional trash cans, and a signage holder for permits.

Facilities – Park Features

Bouncers Permitted at Select Parks

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Get your BARK ON and visit a local Dog Park! The following District facilities have off-leash Dog Parks: n

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Edendale Dog Park 16278 Ashland Avenue, San Lorenzo

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Hayward Dog Park Contessa Street and Boca Raton Street, Hayward

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San Lorenzo Community Park 1970 Via Buena Vista, San Lorenzo

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Old Creek Dog Park Hampton Road at Standish Avenue, Hayward

A Few More Items . . . Access for All Our District wants to ensure that individuals with disabilities or special needs are encouraged to register and participate. If you have specific access needs in order to participate in a program, please call (510) 881-6700. the Park District is committed to providing program access in terms of modifications to policies and procedures, accessible locations, and effective communication for program participants unless they constitute a fundamental alteration or an undue financial and administrative burden. Please visit HaywardRec.org for additional information. Please note that a two-week notice (10 business days) and a completed “Access for All Request Form” is required.

Feedback and Suggestions How are we doing? to send us your comments on District programs, facilities, staff or services please visit our website at HaywardRec.org and click on “Report a Concern” on the bottom of the main page, or stop in to any of our community centers to pick up a Customer Feedback Form in our lobby areas. Feel free to also call us at (510) 881-6700 during our business hours.

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4660 Crow Canyon Road, Castro Valley

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Facilities – Golf

Skywest Golf Course 1401 Golf Course Road, Hayward n (510) 317-2300 n www.skywestgc.com Skywest Driving Range opens at daylight every day.

Mission Hills of Hayward Golf Course 275 Industrial Parkway, Hayward n

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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 skywest at (510) 317-2325, Mission Hills at (510) 8880207, to inquire about tournaments at all facilities.

Tee Time Reservation For Golf Course information, monthly specials and discount tee time rates please visit our website listed above. Come Visit the Finest Driving Range in the Bay Area!

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Mission Hills of Hayward Driving Range

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(510) 881-6730 Double Deck 50-stall Driving Range state-of-the-Art Bunker Lighting Fully stocked Golf shop n Golf Lessons Driving Range Fees Range Cards small $6 40 balls $50 ($60 value) Medium $11 100 balls $100 ($125 value) Large $13 150 balls Jumbo $20 250 balls

Skywest Golf Course Pavilion

Imagine the possibilities . . . Golf tournaments n special Occasions weddings n Family Activities n Birthdays Corporate Events n Anniversaries

Call (510) 317-2325 Sherman Balch Clubhouse Located at Mission Hills of Hayward Golf Course 275 Industrial Parkway, Hayward n (510) 940-8969

L.A. Critzer Jr. Clubhouse Located at Skywest Golf Course 1401 Golf Course Road, Hayward n (510) 278-8811

Serving Golfers and General Public Breakfast n Lunch n Appetizers n Full service Bar Open 7 days a week, 7:00am to Dusk


Facilities – Rentals

Facilities for Rent Community Parks & Facilities 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 provides 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 HaywardRec.org.

Meek Estate west terrace Gazebo

Picnic Site Reservations

weekes Park Picnic Area

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.

tennis Courts

Sports Field & 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) 3172314. the District has a wide range of facilities capable of accommodating a variety of special sporting events, leagues and tournaments. The Field Rain Out Line is (510) 888-0103.

Gyms and sports Fields

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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 bouncers allowed except at selected sites. Please see page 57 for bouncer rental sites. 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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Contact Directory

Program & Staff Directory Hayward Area Recreation and Park District General Information

Phone

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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....leed@HaywardRec.org Mission Hills Driving Range ..................(510) 881-6730 skywest Golf Course .............................(510) 317-2316....calj@HaywardRec.org 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 and Field Rental...(510) 317-2314 Volunteer Hayward .............................................................................................(510) 670-7280....ebaz@HaywardRec.org

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Recreation Coordinators

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Zachary Ebadi..........................................Volunteer Coordinator ..........................(510) 670-7280....ebaz@HaywardRec.org Shelly Luchini..........................................special needs .......................................(510) 881-6778....lucs@HaywardRec.org Tera Maroney ..........................................Hayward senior Center.........................(510) 881-6766....mart@HaywardRec.org Terry Sullivan ..........................................theatre Arts..........................................(510) 888-5750....sult@HaywardRec.org Jen Tibbetts.............................................Kenneth Aitken senior Center...............(510) 881-6742....tibj@HaywardRec.org

Recreation Coordinators II Adrienne De Ponte .................................Acting Coordinator II.............................(510) 670-7270....depa@HaywardRec.org Hayward shoreline Interpretive Center, East Ave Camps Michael Maine ........................................Coordinator II........................................(510) 888-0211....maim@HaywardRec.org sports, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Fitness, Field and Gym Rentals Wendy Winsted.......................................Acting Coordinator II.............................(510) 881-6747....winw@HaywardRec.org sulphur Creek nature Center, special Interest Vicente Zuniga........................................Coordinator II........................................(510) 887-0400....zunv@HaywardRec.org MJCC, Facility Rentals, Mobile Rec, Rec Innovation Camps

Supervisors Jean Clark ................................................Recreation supervisor...........................(510) 888-0117....claj@HaywardRec.org Arts, Dance, Music, Photography, nature, special Interest, East Ave Camps Cody George ............................................Recreation supervisor...........................(510) 888-0123....geoc@HaywardRec.org Aquatics Gail Hansen .............................................Customer services supervisor...............(510) 881-6705....hang@HaywardRec.org Program & Facility Registration, Customer service staff Debbie Hernandez..................................Recreation supervisor...........................(510) 881-6755....herd@HaywardRec.org Ashland Community Center, MJCC, Facility Rentals, Mobile Rec, Rec Innovation Camps Daniela Keiffer........................................Recreation supervisor...........................(510) 881-6768....keid@HaywardRec.org seniors, special needs, senior satellite Noel Munivez ..........................................Recreation supervisor...........................(510) 317-2303....munn@HaywardRec.org sports, Gymnastics, Martial Arts, Fitness, Field and Gym Rentals Carrie Reginald.......................................Custodial supervisor.............................(510) 881-6753....regc@HaywardRec.org Custodial services Nicole Espinoza Roa ...............................Recreation supervisor...........................(510) 881-6720....roan@HaywardRec.org Marketing, Pre-K, special Events, Volunteer Hayward, website

Administrative Recreation Superintendent..................Kerrilyn Ely ...........................................(510) 881-6704....elyk@HaywardRec.org Golf Manager ..........................................Dan Giammona.....................................(510) 317-2311....giad@HaywardRec.org Parks Superintendent ...........................Dan Giammona.....................................(510) 881-6715....giad@HaywardRec.org General Manager....................................Paul McCreary.......................................(510) 881-6710....mccp@HaywardRec.org

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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 19400 santa Maria, CV CVL Castro Valley Library 3600 norbridge, CV CVPA-1 Castro Valley Performing Arts 3738 CV Blvd., CV CVPA-2 Castro Valley Performing Arts 3575 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 Chabot School, 19104 Lake Chabot, 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 DLDC Dance Live Dream Ctr 20391 Anita Ave., CV Deerview Park 5780 thousand Oaks, CV Del Rey Park Bockman & Channel, sLz DMT Douglas Morrisson Theatre 22311 north third st., Hay EAAB’s 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

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Eden Greenway Cypress & Harder, 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 Fairway Greens Park 30504 Vanderbilt, Hay FHPS Fairview Hills Preschool 2841 Romagnolo, Hay FCP Five Canyons Park 25847 Five Canyons Pkwy., CV Gansberger Park Kay & Calaroga, Hay GOESP Gordon E. Oliver Eden Shores Park 2841 seahaven Ct., Hay Greenbelt Trails ward Creek Canyon, Hay Greenridge Park 6132 Greenridge, CV Greenwood Park 24016 Eden Ave., Hay Harder School Harder & whitman, Hay Haymont Mini Park Collete & Luvena, Hay HASC Hayward Area Senior Center 22325 north third st., Hay Hayward Community Garden whitman st., Hay Hayward Dog Park Contessa & sleepyhollow, Hay HSIC Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center 4901 Breakwater, Hay Hayward High School 1633 East Ave., Hay Hayward Plunge 24176 Mission Blvd., Hay Hesperian Park 620 Drew, sLz Hillcrest Knolls Park 150th & Van, sL Hot Box Yoga 22433 Foothill Blvd., Hay Independent School 4070 E. Castro Valley Blvd., CV J. A. Lewis Park 28630 Hayward Blvd., Hay Jack Holland Sr. Park 16301 E. 14th st., sL Jalquin Vista Park 28846 Bay Heights, Hay Japanese Gardens north third & Crescent Bl., Hay 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 Mark Green Sport Center 31224 Union City Blvd., UC 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

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Sorensdale Center & Park 275 Goodwin, Hay SGCC Southgate Community Center 26780 Chiplay, Hay Southgate Swim Club 24900 Magnolia st., Hay Spinnaker Yacht Club 75 Pescador Point Dr., sL Spring Grove Park 25610 spring, Hay 68 Í STONE Stonebrae School 28761 Hayward Blvd., Hay 78 Stonybrook Park 620 woodland, Hay 69 Í Stratford Village Park stratford & Canterbury, Hay 79 Í Strobridge School 21400 Bedford, CV SCNC Sulphur Creek Nature Center 70 Í 1801 “D” st., Hay SAC Sunset Adult Center Sunset Park 22100 Princeton, Hay SSC Sunset Swim Center 410 Laurel, Hay Tennyson High School 27035 whitman, Hay Tennyson Park Panjon & Huntwood, Hay Twin Bridges 301 Arrowhead, Hay Tyrrell School 27000 tyrrell, Hay Valle Vista Park 381 Valle Vista, Hay Valley View Park CV Vannoy School 5100 Vannoy, CV Via Toledo Park sLz WPTC Weekes Park Tennis Courts WPCC Weekes Park Community Center 27182 Patrick, Hay Winton School 119 winton, Hay YMCA Eden Area YMCA 951 Palisade st., Hay

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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 Creek Dog Park Hampton & standish, 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” st., Hay Proctor School 17520 Redwood, CV Rancho Arroyo Park 2121 Depot, Hay Redwood School 4400 Alma, CV Richard H. Sheridan Soccer Fields 2580 Eden Park Place, Hay Ridge Trail Park Boulder Cnyn./Rancho Palo. Rd. Rowell Ranch 9275 Dublin Canyon Rd., CV Ruus Park Dickens & Folsom, Hay SFCC San Felipe Park 2058 “D” st., Hay San Lorenzo High School 50 E. Lewelling, sLz SLZAS San Lorenzo Adult School 820 Bockman Rd., sLz SLCC San Lorenzo Park & Community Center 1970 Via Buena Vista, sLz Schafer Park Evergreen & Flamingo, Hay Shepherd School 27211 tyrrell, Hay Shorty Garcia Park & Fields 33940 7th st., UC SSVP Silver Star Veterans Park 695 Industrial Pkway., Hay Skywest Golf Course 1401 Golf Course Rd., Hay

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Register Online | Facilities – Kennedy Park

Kennedy Park Recreation Area 19501 Hesperian Blvd., Hayward

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Concessions are open weekends, school vacations, and most holidays, 11:30am-4:30pm, weather permitting.

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Train ride ..............................................$2 Merry-go-round ....................................$2 Bounce*................................................$2 Triple Pines Ranch Petting Zoo ...............$2

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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 $40. *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.

How to Register Online Online Registration begins February 15, 2017 at 6:01am.

Step 1

Set up an Account

Call the District Office at (510) 881-6700 to set up an account, add a family member, or to change any important account information.

Step 2 Go to the Registration Website Go to HaywardRec.org/registration for direct access to the registration website.

Step 3 Login Use your LOGIn ID and PIn to login.

Step 4 Register Now! Register all your participants in their desired programs.

Online Registration FAQs If I go to the H.A.R.D. website, can I register from there? no. you must go to the Online Registration website at HaywardRec.org/registration. this will take you to the Online Registration website. How do I add a family member to my account? Any account changes can only be made through the District Office. Please call (510) 881-6700 before registering online.


H.A.R.D.

Register early . . . classes fill quickly! Please, no mail-in or District Office walk-in registration for swim classes. For Aquatics registration and program information, see page 7. Registration Guidelines

Spring 2017 District Holidays

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.

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Online/Mail-In Resident Registration Processing Begins February 15 at 6:01am Resident mail-in or fax registration forms received prior to February 15 will be held by the registration staff. On February 15 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.

the Registration Form on page 66 may be faxed to (510) 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 call (510) 881-6700 immediately after faxing. Please do not mail after faxing.

Walk-In and Non-Resident Registration Processing Begins February 22 walk-in and non-resident registration begins on February 22. For walk-in registration locations, look for specific registration information with your class information in this brochure or call the District Office at (510) 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 22 will be held by the registration staff. On February 22 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.

Scholarships some partial scholarships may be available based on need and funds available. Please call (510) 881-6700 or visit info@HaywardRec.org. these scholarships are made possible by generous funding from the H.A.R.D. Foundation.

Refund Policy 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.

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 $35 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 22, please call (510) 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.

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Fax Resident Registration Processing Begins February 22

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E-MARKETING SIGN-UP AND PHOTO RELEASE:

• 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.

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Make check payable to: H.A.R.D. Mail to: 1099 “E” Street, Hayward, CA 94541 Fax to: (510) 881-6763

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The Hayward Area Recreation and Park District in partnership with Castro Valley/Eden Area Chamber of Commerce and Food Truck Mafia is delighted to bring to you...

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Castro Valley Park Tuesdays from 5:00pm-9:00pm April 4 through November 14, 2017 at Adobe Park

20395 San Miguel Avenue, Castro Valley

HAYWARD AREA RECREATION & PARK DISTRICT

Year-round and summer positions available. Join us . . . and work in your community!

Join our HARD Team!

$10.50–$20.82 per hour to get an application or view positions available visit HaywardRec.org/employmentpt

For additional information call (510) 881-6700. Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Hayward Area Recreation and Park District Hayward Area Senior Center Aquatics (HARD Aquatics) Sulphur Creek Nature Center Douglas Morrisson Theatre Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Center Kenneth C. Aitken Senior & Community Center

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72nd Annual

Easter Egg Hunt & Bonnet Parade! Saturday, April 15, 2017 at Kennedy Park 19501 Hesperian Blvd., Hayward The Hayward Area Recreation and Park District’s Youth Program will be hosting the 72nd 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.

HARD Spring Recreation Guide 2017  

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