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Registration begins on March 19

City of Burlingame Parks and Recreation

Spring & Summer Activities Guide April-August 2014

REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.BURLINGAME.ORG/REC


Youth Summer Camp Schedule @ a Glance Page 6/16-6/20 6 7 10

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6/23-6/27

6/30-7/3

Kids Carpentry (5-12 yrs) 9-3:30pm

Communication Communication Academy Camps Academy Camps (7-11yrs) (5-14yrs) 9:30-3:30pm 9:30-4pm Camp Freeze (4-12 yrs) 12:30-4:30pm

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7/7-7/11

7/14-7/18

7/21-7/25

Camp Tree House- Under the Big Top Camp Tree House- Up Up and Away (Age 3-4) 9am-Noon (Age 3-4) 9am-Noon Ready or Not, Pre-K Summer School (Age 5 before 9/1/14) 8:45-11:45am Circus on Stage Circus on Stage Circus on Stage Circus on Stage (5.5-12), 8-4pm (5.5-12), 8-4pm (5.5-12), 8-4pm (5.5-12), 8-4pm Princess Dance Princess Dance Camp (3-5yrs) Camp (3-5 yrs) 9:45-11:15am 3:00-4:30pm Rockstar Dance Hip Hop Camps (4-9 yrs) (5-8 yrs) 11:20-12:50p 4:35-6:40pm Creative Corner Creative Corner Creative Corner Creative Corner Creative Corner (5-15), 9-12:30p (5-15), 9-12:30p (5-15), 9-12:30p (5-15), 9-12:30p (5-15), 9-12:30p

Adventure Camps @ Rec (age 5-13) 9-4pm Sunrise (7:30-9am) Sunset (4-5:30pm) (age 5-13)

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Adventure Camps @ Rec (age 5-13) 9-4pm Sunrise (7:30-9am) Sunset (4-5:30pm) (age 5-13) Mad Science (K-5th), 9-4pm Casita Spanish (age 4-9), 9-4p

Adventure Camps @ Rec (age 5-13) 9-4pm Sunrise (7:30-9am) Sunset (4-5:30pm) (age 5-13)

Camp Freeze (4-12 yrs) 12:30-4:30pm Beginning Fencing (7-11), 9-Noon Adventure Camps @ Rec (age 5-13) 9-4pm Sunrise (7:30-9am) Sunset (4-5:30pm) (age 5-13) Mad Science (K-5th), 9-4pm Casita Spanish (age 4-9), 9-4p

Adventure Camps @ Rec (age 5-13) 9-4pm Sunrise (7:30-9am) Sunset (4-5:30pm) (age 5-13) Mad Science (K-5th), 9-4pm Casita Spanish (age 4-9), 9-4p

Beginning Fencing (7-11), 9-Noon Adventure Camps @ Rec (age 5-13) 9-4pm Sunrise (7:30-9am) Sunset (4-5:30pm) (age 5-13) Mad Science (K-5th), 9-4pm Casita Spanish (age 4-9), 9-4p

Musical Theatre "Bye Bye Birdie" Age 8-14) 9-3pm Freshi Films (K-3rd/3rd-5th) 9-4pm Young Rembrants (K-5th), 9-Noon Bay Area Chess (1st-5th), 1-4pm

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Serve & Splash (5-13), 10-3:15p

Engineering for Kids (2nd-5th), 9-4p Serve & Splash (5-13), 10-3:15p

Serve & Splash (5-13), 10-3:15p

Tennis Camp (5-13), 10-1p

Tennis Camp (5-13), 10-1p

Tennis Camp (5-13), 10-1p

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Starting Line Up Baseball (6-12 yrs), 10-3p

Volleyball Camp (4th-6th), 10-2p Starting Line Up Baseball (6-12 yrs), 10-3p Starting Line Up Softball (8-12 yrs), 10-2p Starting Line Up TeeBall (4-6), 9-11:30p

Skyhawks Mini-Hawk (4-7), 9-Noon

British Sports Camp (6-13), 9-Noon

Youth Sailing (8-12), 9-4pm

Youth Sailing (8-12), 9-4pm

Tennis Camp (5-13), 10-1p

Tennis Camp (5-13), 10-1p

Tennis Camp (5-13), 10-1p

Starting Line Up Baseball (6-12 yrs), 10-3p Starting Line Up Softball (8-12 yrs), 10-2p Starting Line Up TeeBall (4-6), 9-11:30p

Starting Line Up Baseball (6-12 yrs), 10-3p

Starting Line Up Baseball (6-12 yrs), 10-3p

Youth Sailing (8-12), 9-4pm

AYSO Soccer (5-6), 9-10:30a (6-12), 9-Noon

Camp Freeze (4-12 yrs) 12:30-4:30pm Beginning Fencing (7-11), 9-Noon Adventure Camps @ Rec (age 5-13) 9-4pm Sunrise (7:30-9am) Sunset (4-5:30pm) (age 5-13) Mad Science (K-5th), 9-4pm

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Communication Academy Camps (9-11yrs) 9:30-3:30pm Camp Freeze (4-12 yrs) 12:30-4:30pm

Adventure Camps @ Rec (age 5-13) 9-4pm Sunrise (7:30-9am) Sunset (4-5:30pm) (age 5-13)

Field Hockey (7-13), 9-Noon Skill Development Basketball (4th-8th), 9-3pm

Tennis Camp (5-13), 10-1p Volleyball Camp (4th-6th), 10-2p

Tennis Camp (5-13), 10-1p

Skyhawks Flag Football (6-12), 9-Noon Skyhawks Cheerleading (6-12), 9-Noon

Starting Line Up TeeBall (4-6), 9-11:30p Skyhawks Multi Sport (6-12), 9-3pm Skyhawks Mini-Hawk (4-7), 9-Noon

Skyhawks Mini-Hawk (4-7), 9-Noon

Skyhawks Flag Football (6-12), 9-Noon Skyhawks Mini-Hawk (4-7), 9-Noon

Youth Sailing (8-12), 9-4pm

Youth Sailing (8-12), 9-4pm

Youth Sailing (8-12), 9-4pm

Skyhawks Cheerleading (6-12), 9-Noon

Skill Development Basketball (4th-8th), 9-3pm

VIBO Music Camp Allegro (6+), 10-3p

VIBO Music Camp Allegro (6+), 10-3p

Kids Carpentry (5-12 yrs) 9-3:30pm

Adventure Camps @ Rec (age 5-13) 9-4pm Sunrise (7:30-9am) Sunset (4-5:30pm) (age 5-13)

Adventure Camps @ Rec (age 5-13) 9-4pm Sunrise (7:30-9am) Sunset (4-5:30pm) (age 5-13)

Casita Spanish (age 4-9), 9-4p

Starting Line Up Baseball (6-12 yrs), 10-3p

Lady Panthers (4th-8th) 8:15-Noon

8/18-8/22

It's all about the Media (1st-8th) 10-2:30pm Freshi Films (K-3rd/3rd-5th) 9-4pm Young Rembrants (K-5th), 9-Noon Rainbow Chefs (K-5th), 9-3p Dragonfly Designs (K-5th), 1-4pm

Youth Golf (7-14), 3-5p

AYSO Soccer (5-6), 9-10:30a (6-12), 9-Noon

8/11-8/15

Creative Corner (5-15), 9-12:30p

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8/4-8/8

Camp Tree House- Fun in the Sun (Age 3-4) 9am-Noon

Reading & Math (K-5th) 9-4pm 9-Noon Young Rembrants (K-5th), 9-Noon Berkeley Chess Bay Area Chess Berkeley Chess (1st-5th), 1-4pm (1st-5th), 1-4pm (1st-5th), 1-4pm Dragonfly Designs Rainbow Chefs (K-5th), 9-3p (K-5th), 1-4pm Play-Well Play-Well Play-Well (K-1st/2nd-5th) (K-1st/2nd-5th) (K-1st/2nd-5th) Club de Libro 9-4pm 9-4pm 9-4pm (K-5th), 9-Noon Knit Camp Knit Camp (4th-8th), 9-Noon (4th-8th), 9-Noon Tree Frog Treks Tree Frog Treks (K-4th), 9-1pm (K-4th), 9-1pm Engineering for Engineering for Engineering for Engineering for Kids Kids Kids Kids (2nd-5th), 9-4p (2nd-5th), 9-4p (2nd-5th), 9-4p (2nd-5th), 9-4p Serve & Splash Serve & Splash Serve & Splash Serve & Splash Serve & Splash (5-13), 10-3:15p (5-13), 10-3:15p (5-13), 10-3:15p (5-13), 10-3:15p (5-13), 10-3:15p (1st-5th/3rd-5th)

Rainbow Chefs (K-5th), 9-3p

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Freshi Films

7/28-8/1

Tree Frog Treks (K-4th), 9-1pm

Tennis Camp (5-13), 10-1p

Tennis Camp (5-13), 10-1p

AYSO Soccer (5-6), 9-10:30a (6-12), 9-Noon

AYSO Soccer (5-6), 9-10:30a (6-12), 9-Noon

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Index and Spotlight Message from Margaret...

Active Adults................................................. 49, 50 Active Adults Trips.............................................. 48 Adventure Camp.......................................... 30,31 Aquatics................................................................. 56 Art: Adult............................................................... 44 Art: Youth/Teen................................................... 14 Communication Academy.............................. 15 Dance Force.................................................... 12,13 City Directory....................................................... 57 Enrichment Spring/Summer.......26-28/32-36 Family Speciality................................................. 17 Fitness.............................................................. 52, 53 Foreign Languages............................................ 47 Gymnastics........................................................... 10 Home & Hobbies................................................. 55 Ice Skating............................................................. 16 Irish Dance............................................................ 11 Martial Arts, Tai Chi, Self Defense................. 54 Music................................................................ 42, 43 Peninsula Music Together..................................7 Performing Arts.........................................................45 Pre-K Summer School............................................... 7 Sports: Adult........................................................ 22 Sports: Middle School....................................... 21 Sports: Elementary School.............................. 20 Sports: Youth.................................................. 18,19 Summer Sports Camps...............................37-39 Tennis...................................................................... 23 Teens.................................................................40-41 Toddler Classes.......................................................8 Village Park Preschool..........................................6 Spring Break Camp............................................ 25 Youth Speciality.................................................. 16

Director of the Parks and Recreation Department Spring and summer in Burlingame signifies the time for special events, summer camps and many opportunities for you to participate in a wide variety of activities. Burlingame residents and our visitors can look forward to Concerts in the Park beginning on June 29th, and Movies in the Park beginning on August 8th. Our full day summer camp will be continuing this year with new field trips with our fun loving camp staff. Also coming up are new exciting classes for summer enrichment include engineering camps, Tree Frogs, and Spanish all of which are sure to unleash your child’s creativity and keep him or her entertained this spring and summer. You will see a production of Bye Bye Birdie where you can sign up to be in the production or just enjoy it on 7/25 or 7/26. In order for as many youth in Burlingame to participate in our programs, the Parks and Recreation Department has a “Parks and Recreation Scholarship” fund. This past year, the fund allowed 30 children to participate in programs that would have otherwise not been affordable to them. This by no means begins to cover the needs in our community. We have set the goal to be able to provide scholarships to 60 children in 2014. Please help us reach our goal. If you would like to contribute to help us reach this goal, please contact Joleen Helley at jhelley@burlingame.org. Thank you in advance for helping us make a difference in a child’s life. Have a safe and enjoyable spring and summer season, and be sure to take time to recreate!

Parks and Recreation Staff

Director ...................................Margaret Glomstad Administrative Secretary............Joleen Helley Parks Secretary.................................... Gina Borba Parks and Recreation Supervisors ...................................................................Karen Hager ........................................................................Bob Disco .........................................................................Tim Barry ..............................................................Nicole Acquisti Recreation Coordinators................ ..Mike Noce ...................................................................Kari Thorson ........................................................... Kevin Buchanan Program Coordinator........................Nicole Rath Office Assistants........................... Maggie Martin .................................................................Lilliana Rubio Parks Lead Workers.......................Shaun Bowler ..............................................................James Delaney .................................................................Richard Holtz .............................................................Mike Rancatore Parks Staff......................... Lauro Banda-Izaguirre ................................................................. Pedro Barron ..........................................................Jamie Echeverria .....................................................................Mark Evans ................................................................. Luis Izaguirre .....................................................................Paul Mailau .................................................................John Manson ..............................................................Rich McLinden ......................................................................Chris Mejia .....................................................................Mike Terrell ...................................................................Flavio Urena .................................................................... Rich Vaplon

Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

Employee Spotlight Joleen Helley

Joleen Helley has worked for the Parks & Recreation Department since 1999. As our Administrative Secretary, Joleen is the go-to-girl! If we need anything from contract invoices to minutes from P&R Commission meetings, she is in the know. When she is not taking care of all of us, she enjoys spending time with her husband in the wine country or excerising with her coworkers (Woo Hoo...Fit Camp & Pilates). The P&R Department is lucky to have Joleen in our corner! Register online at www.burlingame.org/rec

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Registration Form FAMILY REGISTRATION FORM Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department 850 Burlingame Avenue, Burlingame, CA 94010 Phone: (650) 558-7300 Please read the refund/credit policy carefully before registering.

Reg. #___________________________

**Please notify us prior to payment if you have a department credit on file.

Family’s Last Name:

Day Phone: Cell Phone:

Evening Phone: Street Address: City & Zip Code:

Emergency Contact Name:

(other than parent)

Relationship:

Phone:

E-mail address:

Yes, I wish to donate $ __________ to the Youth Scholarship Fund. Participant’s Name

Over 65 & Under 18

(first & last name if different)

Birth date

Age

Class #

Class Title

Days

Hours

Date Range

Fee

For Office Use

I hereby absolve the City of Burlingame, its employees, & officers from all liability, which may arise as the result of my participation in the above activities; & in the event that the above named participant is a minor, I give my permission for his/her participation as indicated and, in so doing, absolve the City of Burlingame, its employees and officials from such liability.

Do you have any special needs that require specific accommodations so you can fully enjoy one of our classes or facilities?

Signature:__________________________________________________________ Please Print Name: __________________________________________________

If YES, please check here.

Date:_____________________ Visa___MC___Card#

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Exp.Date_______/________

Name of Cardholder______________________________________________

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Billing Address________________________________________________

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How to Register/Refund/Credits Three Easy Ways to Register Now!

Registration is taken at the Burlingame Recreation Center, 850 Burlingame Avenue. All activities require registration before attending.

1. Online Registration

Go to www.burlingame.org/rec & click Register Now button. Click any class that has the Enroll button. (Some classes may not be available via internet due to special registration procedures, fees, age structures or prerequisites.) Call 558-7300 or walkin to enroll in these classes.

2. Walk-in

Come by and register. Registration will be accepted now! You may either use the registration form at the Recreation Center or the mail-in form located on page 6.

General Information

Classes may be cancelled due to lack of enrollment. Please make every effort to register early so a class will not be cancelled unnecessarily. Burlingame residents pay a discounted fee. Burlingame Residents: Those individuals who currently RESIDE IN BURLINGAME. Proof of residency may be required (Driver’s license or PG& E bill with your current Burlingame address). P.O. Boxes ARE NOT acceptable. Non-Residents: Those individuals who currently RESIDE OUTSIDE OF BURLINGAME (i.e. Hillsborough, San Mateo, Millbrae, unincorporated county areas and surrounding communities).

Registration Fee

There is a non-refundable $12 registration fee included in every class fee.

Refunds

Full check refunds less the $19 department fees ($12 registration, $7 processing) will be given to cancellations received 7 calendar days prior to the first class of the session, unless otherwise noted in the program description. Should you fail to attend a class or if a class has already concluded, you will not be granted a refund. No refunds or credit adjustments will be issued after the class begins. If you are not satisfied with any of our programs, please contact the front office at (650)558-7300 and they will further direct you. Full refunds are given for classes cancelled by the Parks & Recreation Department.

Department Credit Adjustments

To receive a Department Credit for a class fee: • The Recreation Center office must be notified no later than 7 calendar days prior to the first class that the student wishes a Department Credit. • Credits are processed Monday – Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm by calling 558-7300. • The $12 registration fee and a $7 processing fee will be deducted per activity. • Department Credits are good for one year and may be applied to any future Department activities. Department Credits take one business day to process and will be mailed to you. Please note: Unforeseen circumstances may cause an instructor to occasionally cancel a class. Make-up classes will be scheduled at the instructor’s convenience. Credits will not be issued if you cannot attend the make-up class. Certain recreation programs have specific refund policies that differ from what is listed above, including but not limited to: Village Park Preschool, Mature Adult Trips and Theater classes. These special provisions are clarified in their program class description. Get the latest in Parks & Recreation News - find us on Facebook!

3. Mail-In

Mail the completed registration form with a check, Visa, MasterCard, AmEx or Discover payment to: Burlingame Parks & Rec. Department 850 Burlingame Ave. Burlingame, CA 94010 If paying by check, please include a separate check for each class. Checks should be made payable to “City of Burlingame”.

Youth Scholarships

Limited scholarships will be available for After School Enrichment classes, After School Sports 4th-8th grade, and inhouse Recreation Summer Camps. Scholarship applications are available at the Recreation Center. Scholarship applications for each session are accepted once registration for the session has begun. Applications are accepted until the start date of the class(es).

Payment plans may also be offered. Contact 558.7300 for information Please donate! Help Burlingame youth maintain a healthy and positive lifestyle! To make a tax deductible donation to the Youth Scholarship Fund, please call Joleen Helley @ 650.558.7300.

Independent Contractors

Many recreation classes are being provided by contract with an independent vendor. While the City of Burlingame has reviewed the vendor’s qualifications, experience, and suitability for providing the class, the City may not have screened the individual employees of the vendor.

Parks & Recreation Make Life Better! be happier • build family unity • feel great • reduce unemployment • lose weight • diminish chance of disease • build self-esteem • reduce stress • promote sensitivity to cultural diversity • eliminate loneliness • increase community pride • reduce crime • meet friends • educate children & adults • relax • provide safe places to play • generate revenue • lower health care costs •strengthen neighborhood involvement • conquer boredom • provide child care • boost economy • curb employee absenteeism • increase tourism • build strong bodies • attract new business • live longer • create memories • protect the environment • boost employee productivity • look better • enhance relationship skills • decrease insurance premiums • control weight • offer place for social interaction • teach vital life skills • provide space to enjoy nature...

the benefits are endless

Normal business hours at the Recreation Center are: Monday through Thursday, 8:00am to 8:00pm, Fridays from 8:00am to 5:00pm and Saturdays, 9:00am to Noon. These hours may be adjusted during holidays and special events. Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

Register online at www.burlingame.org/rec

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Summer & Fall Village Park Preschool Camp Treehouse (age 3 & 4)

Age 3 by 9/1/14 Born between (9/2/10 & 9/1/11); Age 4 by 9/1/14 Born between (9/2/09 & 9/1/10) Camp Treehouse is a place for your 3 or 4 year old to have their first camp experience! Each 3 week session will revolve around a theme. Your child will create arts & crafts, learn new songs, play games- both indoors and out, make new friends and much, much more! Come join the fun and climb into our treehouse! A small snack provided each day. ALL CHILDREN MUST BE POTTY TRAINED. NO DIAPERS OR PULLUPS WILL BE ALLOWED. THOSE REMOVED FROM THE PROGRAM FOR NOT BEING POTTY TRAINED WILL NOT RECEIVE A CREDIT or REFUND. Children must wear appropriate play clothes & tennis shoes (no sandals). Omit: 7/4 Location: Village Park Preschool, 1535 California Drive, Burlingame 30500.01 Under the Big Top 14 classes M-F 9:00 am-12:00 noon 6/16-7/3 Fee: $285R/$340NR 30500.02 Up, Up, and Away 15 classes M-F 9:00 am-12:00 noon 7/7-7/25 Fee: $305R/$364NR 30500.03 Fun In the Sun 15 classes M-F 9:00 am-12:00 noon 7/28-8/15 Fee: $305R/$364NR

Fall 2014 Registration Information: Many of the Village Park Preschool classes listed below are full for the 2014-15

school year. Please call 558-7300 to check availability and/or to be put on the Village waiting list. Registration for the 2015-16 school year began in February. Check the 2015 Winter Brochure for details.

Lil’ Sprouts (age 2 by 9/1/14, born between 9/2/11 & 9/1/12)

The Lil’ Sprouts program provides the opportunity for your 2 year olds to play and interact with other children their age in a safe, stimulating and relaxed environment. Age appropriate activities will be provided in arts, crafts, music, cooking, story time and outdoor play. We help your child to socialize with others in a polite and respectful way. The goal of this program is to prepare our Lil’ Sprouts for our Cottage Kids program. Children need not be potty trained; however, extra clothing and diapers should be brought to class. Proof of Birth Date is required at Registration. Class size is limited to 14 children. Come let your sprouts grow with us at the village! 30101.01 36 classes M/W 9:00-11:15am 8/25-1/14 Fee: $539R/$644NR 30101.02 36 classes T/Th 9:15-11:30 am 8/26-1/15 Fee: $539R/$644NR

Cottage Kids (age 3 by 9/1/14, born between 9/2/10 & 9/1/11)

This recreational program helps to give your 3 year old the opportunity to cultivate their social, sensory, and perceptual skills in a safe and relaxed environment. To prepare them for the next level, we expose your children to arts, crafts, story telling, music, movement, listening skills, science and outdoor activities. Highlights include a low student/teacher ratio to provide more personal guidance. Students must be toilet trained. Proof of birth date is required at registration. 30103.01 54 classes T/Th/Fr 9:00am-12noon 8/26-1/16 Fee: $1,065R/$1,276NR

Playschool Villagers (age 4 by 9/1/14, born between 9/2/09 & 9/1/10)

This program helps prepare your Pre-Kindergartner for “real school” in a recreation fashion. In the Villagers, we provide a well-rounded learning experience through arts, crafts, songs, social & learning games, individual & group activities. Children also expand their social skills by learning to be considerate of others, to follow directions, to listen, and to cooperate. Villagers will also consistently learn the importance of good health habits. We expose your child to the community through our many field trips to places in our community. Students must be toilet trained. Proof of Birth Date is required at registration. 30104.01 54 classes M/W/F 8:45am-12:15pm 8/25-1/16 Fee: $1,241R/$1,487NR

Playschool Villagers Extended

Do you want your Villager to start gaining experience with a longer school day? Kindergarten is now 5.5 hours a day. Next fall, we will offer an optional Wednesday extension to our Villager class that will allow a child to stay at school for 5 hours from 8:45 AM-1:45 PM. Instead of leaving at 12:15 PM, on Wednesdays your Villager will stay and have a peanut-free (parent provided), supervised play, and, an additional daily activity to supplement their preschool experience. Students must be enrolled in Playschool Villagers class to register. 18 classes Location: Village Park Preschool 30120.01 18 classes M 12:15-1:45 pm 8/25-1/12 Fee: $188R/$223NR 30120.02 18 classes W 12:15-1:45 pm 8/27-1/14 Fee: $188R/$223NR 30120.03 18 classes F 12:15-1:45 pm 8/29-1/16 Fee: $188R/$223NR 30120.04 54 classes M/W/F 12:15-1:45 pm 8/25-1/16 Fee: $539R/$644NR

After Lunch Bunch (age 3 & 4 by 9/1/14, born between 9/2/09 & 9/1/11)

Come join us in the afternoon! The After-Lunch-Bunch is a combo class for your 3 & 4 year old to thrive in an environment like our morning programs. The class structure will be similar to the Playschool Villagers & Cottage Kids classes. After you munch & join the bunch, we have a hunch, you’ll love the After-Lunch-Bunch! Students must be toilet trained. Proof of birth date is required at registration. 30105.01 54 classes M/W/F 12:45-3:15pm 8/25-1/16 Fee: $890R/$1066NR

Village Park Preschool Teachers/Aides

Diana Barry Sandy Brennand Jackie Cooper Anne Cosenza

Jill Davino Stephanie Lum Jeanine Trudell Tina Villeggiante

Fall 2014-Winter 2015 Preschool Holiday Schedule Mon. 9/1 - Labor Day, Tues. 11/11 - Veteran’s Day, Wed-Fri., 11/26-11/28 - Thanksgiving Days, 12/22-1/2 - Winter Break

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Peninsula Music Tog. & Pre-K Summer School Peninsula Music Together (age 0-4 yrs) with PMT Staff

Music Together is a popular, highly acclaimed music program for children to 4 years old, and their parents/caregivers. Activities, songs, chants, movement activities, and instrumental jam sessions are presented as informal, non-performance oriented musical experiences; developmentally appropriate for children, 0-4 years old, easy for parents and caregivers regardless of their musical ability. Best of all, it's FUN!! Sibling discount available (in person or phone registration only). Siblings 8 months and younger are free. A $43 materials fee, per family, for two identical CD's, illustrated songbook, and parent guide DVD for new families is included in class fee. For instructor names, please go to www.peninsulamusictogether.com or contact Pam Donkin at 415-308-4432. Location: Recreation Center Spring Session: Omit 5/24 & 5/26 31701.31 9 classes M 9:15-10:00 am 4/7-6/9 Omit: 5/26 31701.32 9 classes M 10:15-11:00 am 4/7-6/9 Omit: 5/26 31701.33 9 classes M 11:15-12:00 pm 4/7-6/9 Omit: 5/26 31701.34 9 classes M 4:30-5:15 pm 4/7-6/9 Omit: 5/26 Fee: $189R/$216NR Lab Fee: $43 (included) 31701.35 10 classes Tu 9:15-10:00 am 4/8-6/10 31701.36 10 classes Tu 10:15-11:00 am 4/8-6/10 31701.37 10 classes Tu 11:15-12:00 pm 4/8-6/10 31701.78 10 classes Tu 12:15-1:00 pm 4/8-6/10 31701.38 10 classes W 9:15-10:00 am 4/9-6/11 31701.39 10 classes W 10:15-11:00 am 4/9-6/11 31701.40 10 classes W 11:15-12:00 pm 4/9-6/11 31701.41 10 classes W 12:15-1:00 pm 4/9-6/11 31701.42 10 classes W 3:30-4:15 pm 4/9-6/11 31701.43 10 classses W 4:30-5:15 pm 4/9-6/11 31701.44 10 classes Th 9:15-10:00 am 4/10-6/12 31701.45 10 classes Th 10:15-11:00 am 4/10-6/12 31701.46 10 classes Th 11:15-12:00 pm 4/10-6/12 31701.47 10 classes Th 12:15-1:00 pm 4/10-6/12 31701.48 10 classes F 9:15-10:00 am 4/11-6/13 31701.49 10 classes F 10:15-11:00 am 4/11-6/13 31701.51 10 classes F 11:15-12:00 pm 4/11-6/13 31701.52 10 classes Sa 9:15-10:00 am 4/5-6/14 Omit: 5/24 31701.53 10 classes Sa 10:15-11:00 am 4/5-6/14 Omit: 5/24 31701.54 10 classes Sa 11:15-12:00 pm 4/5-6/14 Omit: 5/24 Fee: $204R/$234NR Lab Fee: $43 (included) Summer Session: Omit 7/4 31701.55 8 classes M 9:15-10:00 am 6/23-8/11 31701.56 8 classes M 10:15-11:00 am 6/23-8/11 31701.57 8 classes M 11:15-12:00 pm 6/23-8/11 31701.58 8 classes M 4:30-5:15 pm 6/23-8/11 31701.59 8 classes Tu 9:15-10:00 am 6/24-8/12 31701.60 8 classes Tu 10:15-11:00 am 6/24-8/12 31701.61 8 classes Tu 11:15-12:00 pm 6/24-8/12 31701.79 8 classes Tu 12:15-1:00pm 6/24-8/12 31701.62 8 classes W 9:15-10:00 am 6/25-8/13 31701.63 8 classes W 10:15-11:00 am 6/25-8/13 31701.64 8 classes W 11:15-12:00 pm 6/25-8/13 31701.66 8 classes W 3:30-4:15 pm 6/25-8/13 31701.65 8 classes W 12:15-1:00 pm 6/25-8/13 31701.67 8 classes W 4:30-5:15 pm 6/25-8/13 31701.68 8 classes Th 9:15-10:00 am 6/26-8/14 31701.69 8 classes Th 10:15-11:00 am 6/26-8/14 31701.70 8 classes Th 11:15-12:00 pm 6/26-8/14 31701.71 8 classes Th 12:15-1:00 pm 6/26-8/14 31701.72 8 classes F 9:15-10:00 am 6/27-8/22 Omit: 7/4 31701.73 8 classes F 10:15-11:00 am 6/27-8/22 Omit: 7/4 31701.74 8 classes F 11:15-12:00 pm 6/27-8/22 Omit: 7/4 31701.75 8 classes Sa 9:15-10:00 am 6/28-8/16 31701.76 8 classes Sa 10:15-11:00 am 6/28-8/16 31701.77 8 classes Sa 11:15-12:00 pm 6/28-8/16 Fee: $174R/$198NR Lab Fee: $43 (included)

Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

Peninsula Music Together Babies Class (age 0-9 months) with PMT Staff

Babies 8 months and under and their caregivers are invited to take a special "Babies Class" offered as a one-semester introduction to Music Together! When surrounded by music, babies actually begin reacting and trying to make music with you! Learn how to recognize and encourage that playful exchange while encouraging bonding and musical response with your baby. Music activities are specially designed for parents who want to learn as much as possible about music development in infants, meet other parents of newborns and learn some fascinating music activities you can recreate at home with your baby. $43 materials fee, per family, for two identical CD's, illustrated songbook, and parent guide DVD for new families, is included in class fee. No older siblings allowed. Please go to www.peninsulamusictogether.com or contact Pam Donkin, 415-308-4432. Location: Recreation Center 31700.04 Th 1:10 pm-1:55 pm 4/10-6/12 10 classes Fee: $204R/$234NR Lab Fee: $43 (included)

Ready Or Not, Here They Come! Pre-K Summer (age 5 by Sept. 1, 2014) with Kellyann Copeland

Born between 9/2/08 & 9/1/09 Join us for a wonderful four-week journey bridging the transition from preschool to Kindergarten! A developmentally appropriate program integrating language arts, mathematics, science, music, and art will be offered through a thematic approach. Children will have the opportunity to participate in small and large group instruction while building social skills with peers. Due to the special nature of this class, there will be no refunds/credits given for any reason! Sign up early, CLASS FILLS QUICKLY ENROLL NOW! Location: McKinley School Omit: 7/4 19 classes 30409.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 8:45 am-11:45 am 6/23-7/18 Fee: $378R/$443NR Lab Fee: $43 (included)

Register online at www.burlingame.org/rec

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Toddler Classes Preschool Drawing (age 3.5-5) with Young Rembrandts

My First Art Class (age 18mos.-4 Yrs) with Chris Pollard on Wednesdays, My First Art Instructor for 8 years & Barb Merkel on Thursdays, My First Art Instructor for 10 years

Come experience 5 art stations where making a mess is part of the process! You have fun; we clean up! Art projects continue to change all year long! Process rather than product is emphasized. Projects are age appropriate with the children having the freedom to explore materials at their own pace and in their own way. The class ends on a musical note with singing and dancing and having too much fun. Parent or caregiver stays in class with child. Lab Fee payable to the instructor at the first class - $15 per 8 week session 8 classes Location: Recreation Center Spring Session 31317.01 (18mos-3yrs) W 9:30 am-10:30 am 4/16-6/4 31317.02 (2-4yrs) W 10:45 am-11:45 am 4/16-6/4 31317.03 (18mos-3yrs) Th 9:30 am-10:30 am 4/17-6/5 31317.04 (2-4yrs) Th 10:45 am-11:45 am 4/17-6/5 Summer Session 31317.05 (18mos-3yrs) W 9:30 am-10:30 am 31317.06 (2-4yrs) W 10:45 am-11:45 am 31317.07 (18mos-3yrs) Th 9:30 am-10:30 am 31317.08 (2-4yrs) Th 10:45 am-11:45 am Fee: $105R/$124NR Lab Fee: $15 (pay at class)

April showers bring May flowers and springtime is the right time to sign up your pre-schooler for a Young Rembrandts class! We will begin our adventure with an imaginary trip to the hardware store as we illustrate and learn about different tools. We’ll continue to stomp away springtime boredom as we draw and color a mighty dinosaur. The sky is the limit as we draw a colorful, patterned butterfly. And we’ll soar to new heights with our fantastic kite drawing. There’s no better time than now to enroll your student! Children enrolled in Cottage Kids will be supervised from 12:00PM-12:15PM for snack (parent provided) by Young Rembrandt staff. Location: Village Park Preschool 31704.01 Tu 12:15 pm-1:15 pm 4/8-5/27 8 classes Fee: $187R/$220NR Lab Fee: $10 (included)

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Pre-K Spanish (age 3-5) with Casita De Los Ninos

Casita De Los Niños is proud to introduce a new program for Preschoolers (children 3-5 years of age) interested in learning or continuing their Spanish experience. During our time together the bilingual instructors will play games, sing, dance, and do various cultural and recreational activities with the children in Spanish. Please note, parents should send their child with a small snack. There will be a 15 minute snack and play break during the class. Parents may sign up for one day a week or choose the twice a week option. Location: Recreation Center 31251.01 9 classes Tu 9:30 am-11:30 am 4/8-6/3 31251.02 9 classes Th 9:30 am-11:30 am 4/10-6/5 Fee: $171R/$200NR Lab Fee: $15 (included) 31251.03 18 classes Tu/Th 9:30 am-11:30 am 4/8-6/5 Fee: $342R/$400NR Lab Fee: $15 (included)

Spanish At Village Park (age 3-5) with Casita De Los Ninos

Early childhood is the best time to introduce another language and Casita de los Niños makes learning Spanish fun! Teaching in a totally immersed environment, our bilingual instructors keep the action moving as students learn the language by living it. With an age appropriate curriculum, every day is a new adventure, so new kids can join the fun at any time. While learning new language during early childhood helps brain development and communication skills, it’s also a great start for your future global citizen. Each session is a different theme and teaches new vocabulary. To learn more about this program please visit www.casitadelosninos. com or call 1-888-844-8167. 12:00 PM-12:15 PM will be a supervised snack (parent provided) for Cottage Kids only. Location: Village Park Preschool 31250.01 Tu 12:15 pm-1:00 pm 4/8-6/3 9 classes Fee: $90R/$103NR Lab Fee: $15 (included) 31250.02 Th 12:15 pm-1:00 pm 4/10-6/5 9 classes Fee: $90R/$103NR Lab Fee: $15 (included) 31250.03 Tu/Th 12:15 pm-1:00 pm 4/8-6/5 18 classes Fee: $180/$206NR Lab Fee: $15 (included)

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Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department

Palersize (age 3-7) with Melanie Joy Marani (Pal Mel)

How many times in your life have you wanted to cross a river in a boat to a far away place or ride across the sky on a magic carpet? Come on Pals, jump into the next Fitness Adventure with Pal Mel! Palersize promotes: Pal Manners, Pal Imagination, Pal Language. Palersizers develop coordination, balance, cooperation with fellow Pals and a greater sense of self esteem. Fun and fitness is the agenda of the day when you Palersize with Pal Mel! Join Pal Mel for Ms. Bunny Hop and Cinco de Pal! 12:00-12:15 is a supervised snack for Cottage Kids only. Class instruction begins at 12:15. Location: Village Park Preschool 31492.01 Th 12:15 pm-1:00 pm 4/10-5/29 8 classes Fee: $82R/$96NR

Tiny Tots Theatre (age 3-5) with Cathy Foxhoven

This beginning acting class for preschoolers and kindergartners incorporates all the skills necessary to be an actor: warm-ups, theatre games, improvisation, & pantomime. Many of the exercises incorporate movement and music. Then we create our own little productions with props and costumes by reading favorite children's stories and acting them out. Parents may attend the class with their child. Location: Recreation Center 8 classes 42800.01 F 1:30 pm-2:15 pm 4/18-6/6 42800.02 M 5:45 pm-6:30 pm 6/16-8/4 Fee: $72R/$84NR Lab Fee: $2 (included)

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Burlingame Lions Club

Annual Easter Egg Hunt and Pancake Breakfast

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Pancake Breakfast Time: 7:30 – 11:00 a.m. Place: Baseball Field Behind the Lions Club Hall 990 Burlingame Avenue Menu: Pancakes, Sausage, Fruit, Milk, Juice, and Coffee Price: $7 for Adults and $4 for Children Special appearances by: Mr. Bunny, Leo the Lion, TwinkieDeeStar, and the San Mateo Elks Lodge Band

Easter Egg Hunt—FREE Fun Filled Event for the Entire Community Featuring Preston’s Chocolate Eggs Time: 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. by age group, beginning with toddlers Place: On the lawn of Baseball Field behind the Burlingame Lions Club Hall Come early and have pancakes.

Burlingame Lions Club Tenth Annual

Cars-in-the-Park Saturday Saturday,JulyJuly 26, 2014 27, 2013

9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Please plan to bring the whole family for a fun car show and great BBQ!

FREE admission to the public

It all happens in Washington Park (at the corner of Burlingame Avenue and Carolan) All proceeds benefit Burlingame Lions Charities, Inc. Tax ID #: 94-3292425

Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

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Gymnastics, Pre-Ballet & Circus

Pre-Ballet (age 3-7) with Miss Ana Atelier

Little Angels Gymnastics (18 Mos-5 Yrs)

Ana Fitzgerald's dance curriculum introduces children to the joy of dance, fosters their creativity, and builds an excellent foundation for continuing ballet and dance classes. Miss Ana's ballet focuses on fun, coordination. motor skill development and musical awareness, all while acquiring a sense of accomplishment. In Pre-Ballet II students begin a more formal study of classical ballet, age appropriate skill development, music appreciation, barre, and ballet vocabulary. Attire: pink leotard, pink tights and pink ballet shoes. Tights and leotard are available for purchase at first class from instructor. Lab fee is for dance skirt. Omit: 5/3, 5/24 Location: Recreation Center Spring Session: 6 classes 42409.01 Sa 10:30 am-11:15 am 4/12-5/31 Pre -Ballet I 42409.02 Sa 11:20 am-12:00 pm 4/12-5/31 Pre-Ballet II Fee: $71R/$83NR Lab Fee: $14 (pay at class) Summer Session: 8 classes 42409.03 Sa 10:30 am-11:15 pm 6/21-8/9 Pre-Ballet I 42409.04 Sa 11:20 am-12:00 pm 6/21-8/9 Pre-Ballet II Fee: $90R/$106NR Lab Fee: $14 (pay at class)

with Peninsula Gymnastics

Welcome to the beautiful and exciting world of preschool gymnastics. Peninsula Gymnastics provides preschool gymnastics for students from 18 months to 5 years old in a safe adaptable environment with trustworthy and experienced instructors. During these classes our little students develop their locomotor skills, elemental gymnastics, sensory motor skills, large and small muscle groups, their rhythms and music skills, and have fun too! Location: Recreation Center 42020.01 (18mos-2.5yrs) Tu 10:30-11:25 am 4/8-6/10 10 classes 42021.01 (3-5 yrs) Tu 11:30-12:25 pm 4/8-6/10 10 classes Fee: $175R/$208NR 42020.02 (18mos-2.5yrs) Tu 10:30-11:25 am 7/8-8/19 7 classes 42021.02 (3-5yrs) Tu 11:30-12:25 pm 7/8-8/19 7 classes Fee: $126R/$149NR

Gymnastics: Girl Basics (age 5-7, 7-10) with Accel Gymnastics

Build your child’s strength, flexibility, coordination and endurance through the disciplined sport of gymnastics. Whether their passion is to jump, swing, or climb; our instructors can develop that enthusiasm into solid gymnastics skills that are sure to impress their friends on the playground. Please attend with hair pulled back, athletic attire, and socks or bare feet. 4 classes Location: Accel Gymnastics 888 Hinckley Road Spring Session 42000.03 M 3:30 pm-4:25 pm 4/7-4/28 5-7yrs 42000.04 M 3:30 pm-4:25 pm 4/7-4/28 7-10 yrs 42000.05 M 4:30 pm-5:25 pm 4/7-4/28 5-7 yrs 42000.06 M 4:30 pm-5:25 pm 4/7-4/28 7-10yrs 42000.01 F 3:30 pm-4:25 pm 4/11-5/2 5-7 yrs 42000.02 F 4:30 pm-5:25 pm 4/11-5/2 7-10 yrs Fee: $85R/$100NR Summer Session 42000.09 M 3:30 pm-4:25 pm 7/14-8/4 5-7 yrs 42000.10 M 3:30 pm-4:25 pm 7/14-8/4 7-10 yrs 42000.11 M 4:30 pm-5:25 pm 7/14-8/4 5-7 yrs 42000.12 M 4:30 pm-5:25 pm 7/14-8/4 7-10 yrs 42000.07 F 3:30 pm-4:25 pm 7/18-8/8 5-7 yrs 42000.08 F 4:30 pm-5:25 pm 7/18-8/8 5-7 yrs Fee: $85R/$100NR

! NEW Circus On Stage Camp (age 5.5-12) with Peninsula Gymnastics

Circus gymnastics camp for children with or without experience. Under the management of excellent coaches, members of the USA Gymnastics Federation, circus performers, and choreographers. Camp includes gymnastics, tumbling, "circus art dance" which combines dance and stage movement. Children will work on the Tumble Track, rings, trapeze, balance beam, bars, Olympic size padded floor, a foam filled pit, and two in-ground trampolines. The day also includes a trip to Trinta Park and arts & crafts activities. Parents and families are invited to the show every Friday at 2:15 PM. Bring a lunch daily. Free supervision available from 8:00-9:00 AM supervision available from 4:00-6:00 PM for an additional fee. For more information, visit www.peninsulagym.com. 5 classes Location: Peninsula Gymnastics 42022.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 8:00 am-4:00 pm 4/14-4/18 42022.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 8:00 am-4:00 pm 6/9-6/13 42022.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 8:00 am-4:00 pm 6/16-6/20 42022.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 8:00 am-4:00 pm 6/23-6/27 42022.05 M/Tu/W/Th 8:00 am-4:00 pm 6/30-7/3 4 classes, Fee$162 42022.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 8:00 am-4:00 pm 7/7-7/11 Fee: $200

Tricking (age 8-12, 13+) with Accel Gymnastics

Tricking (martial arts tricking) is an upcoming extreme sport that has become a phenomenon. Tricking is a mixture of not only different martial arts combined, but also Gymnastics and Break Dancing. All of these styles incorporate together and create an "aesthetic blend of flips, kicks, and twists". 4 classes Location: Accel Gymnastics 888 Hinckley Road Spring Session 42001.01 F 4:00 pm-4:55 pm 4/11-5/2 8-12 yrs 42001.03 F 4:00 pm-4:55 pm 4/11-5/2 8-12 yrs 42001.02 F 5:00 pm-5:55 pm 4/11-5/2 13+ yrs 42001.04 F 5:00 pm-5:55 pm 4/11-5/2 13+ yrs Fee: $85R/$100NR Summer Session 42001.05 F 4:00 pm-4:55 pm 7/18-8/8 8-12 yrs 42001.07 F 4:00 pm-4:55 pm 7/18-8/8 8-12 yrs 42001.06 F 5:00 pm-5:55 pm 7/18-8/8 13+ yrs 42001.08 F 5:00 pm-5:55 pm 7/18-8/8 13+ yrs Fee: $85R/$100NR

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Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department

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Irish Dance Irish Dancing-Beg, Int & Championship (age 4-18) with Patricia Kennelly

Participants will learn to dance in the traditional Irish style, increasing self esteem and confidence through coordination. Strength and flexibility will be the goal along with learning the love of dance and music. New Beginners: Starting Irish dancing for the first time - wear a red sock on the right foot and a white sock on the left foot. All students are requested to have black ballet slippers or Irish reel shoes. Please wear shorts and a neat T-shirt. Optional: Materials fee of $15 payable to instructor in class for an Irish dance CD. Instructor is Patricia Kennelly, accredited Irish dance teacher with the Irish Dancing Commission in Dublin, and past President of the Irish Dance Teachers Association of the Western US region. You may participate in this class as a recreational student only; OR you may additionally enroll as a member of the Whelan-Kennelly Academy at no additional charge. Enrollment in the Whelan-Kennelly Academy includes updates and emails, as well as holding the student under the rules of Irish Dance Commission, IDTANA, and the Western US Region. Beginners: For new students. Please wear a red sock on the right foot and a white sock on the left foot. Intermediate: Must have knowledge of at least three light shoe dances performed to music. Championship Advanced: With instructor's permission. Novice/ Prize: Must discuss with instructor for admission into class. Location: Recreation Center Spring: 10 classes, Summer: 9 classes Beginner 42400.01 Th 3:30 pm-4:15 pm 4/3-6/12 Omit: 4/17 Fee: $168R/$199NR Lab Fee: $20 (pay at class) 42400.02 Th 3:30 pm-4:15 pm 6/19-8/21 Omit: 7/3 Fee: $154R/$182NR Lab Fee: $20 (pay at class) Intermediate 42403.01 Th 4:30 pm-5:30 pm 4/3-6/12 Omit: 4/17 Fee: $168R/$199NR Lab Fee: $20 (pay at class) 42403.02 Th 4:30 pm-5:30 pm 6/19-8/21 Omit: 7/3 Fee: $154R/$182NR Lab Fee: $20 (pay at class) Championship 42402.01 Th 5:30 pm-6:45 pm 4/3-6/12 Omit: 4/17 Fee: $131R/$155WNR Lab Fee: $20 (pay at class) 42402.02 Th 5:30 pm-6:45 pm 6/19-8/21 Omit: 7/3 Fee: $120R/$142NR Lab Fee: $20 (pay at class) Novice/Prize 42411.01 Th 7:00 pm-8:00 pm 4/3-6/12 Omit: 4/17 Fee: $168R/$199NR Lab Fee: $20 (pay at class) 42411.02 Th 7:00 pm-8:00 pm 6/19-8/21 Omit: 7/3 Fee: $154R/$182NR Lab Fee: $20 (pay at class)

J U S T I M AG IN E ! Burlingame’s NEW Community Center Master Planning process is underway!

Completed to date:

Needs Assessment Building Program Options Site Strategies

In Progress:

Site Options Parking Approaches Final Building Program

For more information or to keep informed of this project, check: www.burlingame.org/communitycenter Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

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Dance Force Spring Classes Tiny Tots Ballet (age 2-3)

Princess Pre-Ballet (age 3-5, 4-6)

Magic Wands, Teddy Bears, & Tutus! Your child will love this action packed FUN class. They will be introduced to ballet, creative movement, learn ballet steps, use props, sing songs and begin to understand dance terminology. Please note: Parents wait outside of the classroom. Omit 6/27, 7/4 Location: Recreation Center 42045.01 M 5:10 pm-5:40 pm 4/7-5/19 7 classes Fee: $89R/$104NR 42045.02 F 11:25 am-11:55 am 4/11-5/30 8 classes Fee: $98R/$115NR Omit: 7/3

Calling all Princesses! In this magical princess themed class, they will learn ballet, creative dance, individual steps, across the floor movement and dance combinations. While dancing to their favorite princess music they will use fun props like scarves and magic wands & more. All dancers will perform in class on the last day of the session. Location: Recreation Center Age 3-5 years 42049.01 M 3:30-4:15 pm 4/7-5/19 7 classes Fee: $96R/$113NR 42049.02 Tu 5:25-6:10 pm 4/8-5/27 8 classes Fee: $108R/$127NR Age 4-6 years 42049.03 F 10:35-11:20 am 4/11-5/30 8 classes Fee: $108R/$127NR

Ballet & Tap (age 3-5)

Tippy Toe Turns, Alligator Walks, & Magic Garden Dances! This is a great class which introduces your child to ballet and tap. They will learn ballet steps, tap combinations, use props, and understand dance terminology, while dancing to fun music! All dancers will do an in class performance on the last day of the session. Tap & Ballet shoes required. Location: Recreation Center 42310.01 Tu 3:45 pm-4:30 pm 4/8-5/27 8 classes Fee: $107R/$126NR Lab Fee: $6 (included)

Hip Hop Boogie (age 3-7)

Bounce, Jump, & Spin! Your child will love this energetic and action packed class. They will learn basic hip hop dance moves to fun kid's music while building confidence, coordination, and rhythm. Movement games, using their imagination, and being creative is all apart of this great class. Kids will perform on last day of class. Location: Recreation Center 42047.01 3-5 yrs M 4:20 pm-5:05 pm 4/7-5/19 7 classes Fee: $96R/$113NR 42047.02 4-7 yrs Tu 4:35 pm-5:20 pm 4/8-5/27 8 classes Fee: $108R/$127NR

Dancing Together! (age 1.5-3)

This class is designed to give children the beginning elements of dance in a fun, comfortable, and creative learning environment. The instructor will guide you through both listening and moving activities, and dances to get you both dancing around hand in hand. We will use props, sing songs, let the children explore the dance space, and have fun! *(Adult participation required.) Location: Recreation Center 42044.01 F 10:00-10:30 am 4/11-5/30 8 classes Fee: $101R/$119NR

Kids Hip Hop (age 5-8)

Hip Hop time! Children will learn age appropriate hip hop moves and combinations to their favorite music. Warm ups, across the floor, isolations, and combinations will be taught. Dancers will perform an in class routine on the last day of the session. Location: Recreation Center 42319.01 M 5:45 pm-6:30 pm 4/7-5/19 7 classes Fee: $96R/$113NR

Story Time Dance (age 2.5-4.5)

Your child will go on a magical dance journey each week. The instructor will ready them a story in class and then the lesson plan will be based around the story in the book. Children will dance to fun music, use props, explore the space around them and go on an adventure through reading and dance. 8 classes Location: Recreation Center 42004.01 F 12:00 pm-12:30 pm 4/11-5/31 Fee: $101R/$119NR

Important information about our dance classes: GIRLS’ ATTIRE

* Leotard and tights are required for any class that includes ballet or tap. * T-shirt and shorts, jazz pants and leggings are acceptable for all other classes.

Preschool Dance (age 3-5)

* T-shirt and shorts or sweatpants are acceptable for all classes.

SHOES

* For safety reasons, all students are required to wear shoes appropriate for each class. Students will not be allowed to participate without proper shoes. * Ballet shoes with leather soles are required for any class that includes ballet. Ballet-style bedroom slippers are not acceptable. * Tap shoes are required for any class that includes tap. * Jazz shoes or tennis shoes are acceptable for hip hop classes

Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department

Summer Class

This is a great beginner class to introduce your child to ballet, creative movement, and beginning jazz steps. They will learn individual steps, across the floor movement, & combinations. Your child will use props while dancing to fun children's music. Children will perform on last day of class. Omit: 7/3 Location: Recreation Center 5 classes 46262.01 Th 3:00 pm-3:45 pm 6/12-7/17 46262.02 Th 3:00 pm-3:45 pm 7/31-8/28 Fee: $72R/$84NR

BOYS’ ATTIRE

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Dance Force Summer Classes & Camps Princess Dance Camp (age 3-5)

Tumble Together (age 1.5-3)

Twirling Tutus and Tiaras! In this very popular and magical “Princess� inspired camp, your child will dance to fun princess music, do arts and craft projects, play princess games, and get a princess skirt and tiara. Dancers will do an in class performance on the last day of camp. Student will need to bring a snack and water bottle. Location: Recreation Center 42303.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:45 am-11:15 am 6/23-6/27 5 classes Fee: $140R/$166NR Lab Fee: $6 (pay at class) 42303.02 M/Tu/W/Th 3:00 pm-4:30 pm 6/30-7/3 4 classes Fee: $114R/$134NR Lab Fee: $6 (pay at class)

It's time to tumble & play! This is an Adult Participation class where you will help your child learn basic tumbling like, crab walks, log rolls, bear walks, leap frogs, and bridges. We will do fun movement games and dances to help promote balance, rhythm, and body control. We will sing songs dance with props, and more! Location: Recreation Center 5 classes 42053.01 F 9:30 am-10:00 am 8/1-8/29 Fee: $65R/$76NR

Rock Star Dance Camp (age 5-8)

It's Tumble Time! Children will learn basic tumbling like somersaults, jumps, bear walks, and leap frogs. We will do fun movement games and dances to help promote balance, rhythm and body control. We will practice taking turns, performing in front of each other, working with partners, sing songs, and dance with props and more! Location: Recreation Center 5 classes 42312.01 Tu 4:40 pm-5:25 pm 7/29-8/26 Fee: $72R/$84NR

It's time to Shine! Come be a Rock Star for a week and learn hot new dance moves like the one's you see in High School Musical. Children will learn hip hop & jazz moves and dance instructors will help them create their "own" choreography! To make things more glamorous, we will use fun props that the children will get to take home. Dancers will perform in class on the last day of camp. Students need to bring a water bottle and snack. Location: Recreation Center 5 classes 42311.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 11:20 am-12:50 pm 6/23-6/27 Fee: $140R/$166NR Lab Fee: $6 (pay at class)

Hip Hop Camp (age 4-9)

Come out and learn the hottest new age appropriate hip hop dance moves that you see on TV. In this high energy camp we use the latest music like Radio Disney, Kid's Bop, and more! The class environment is relaxed so all beginners feel comfortable. Students need to bring a water bottle. Dancers will perform an in-class dance on the last day of camp. Location: Recreation Center 4 classes 42318.01 M/Tu/W/Th 4:35 pm-5:35 pm 6/30-7/3 4-6 yrs 42318.02 M/Tu/W/Th 5:40 pm-6:40 pm 6/30-7/3 6-9 yrs Fee: $80R/$94NR

Princess Pre-Ballet (age 3-5, 4-6)

See Page 12 for Description! Location: Recreation Center 5 Classes 42049.04 (3-5 yrs) Tu 5:30-6:15 pm 6/10-7/15 Omit 7/1 42049.07 (3-5 yrs) F 10:05-10:50 am 6/13-7/25 Omit 6/27, 7/4 42049.09 (3-5yrs) F 10:05-10:50 am 8/1-8/29 42049.05 (4-6 yrs) Th 3:50-4:35 pm 6/12-7/17 Omit 7/3 42049.06 (4-6 yrs) Th 3:50-4:35 pm 7/31-8/28 42049.08 (4-6 yrs) F 11:30-12:15 pm 6/13-7/25 Omit 6/27, 7/4 42049.10 (4-6 yrs) F 11:30-12:15 pm 8/1-8/29 Fee: $72R/$84NR

Tiny Tots Ballet (age 2-3)

See Page 12 for Description! Location: Recreation Center 42045.03 Th 5:30 pm-6:00 pm 42045.05 F 10:55 am-11:25 am 42045.04 Th 5:30 pm-6:00 pm 42045.06 F 10:55 am-11:25 am Fee: $65R/$76NR

5 classes 6/12-7/17 Omit 7/3 6/13-7/25 Omit 6/27, 7/4 7/31-8/28 8/1-8/29

Ballet & Tap (age 3-5)

See Page 12 for Description! Location: Recreation Center 5 classes 42310.02 Tu 4:40 pm-5:25 pm 6/10-7/15 , Omit: 7/1 Fee: $72R/$84NR Lab Fee: $6 (included)

Dancing Together! (age 1.5-3)

See Page 12 for Description! *(Adult participation required.) 5 classes Location: Recreation Center 42044.03 F 9:30-10:00 am 6/13-7/25 Omit: 6/27, 7/4 42044.02 Tu 4:00-4:30 pm 7/29-8/26 Fee: $65R/$76NR

Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

Tumble & Dance (age 3-5)

Tiny Tots Boogie (age 2-3)

It's time to Wiggle and Shake! Children will explore movement and space by using props, singing familiar songs and dancing. This class is a 30 minute class designed for toddlers who like to move and get silly! (Adults wait outside of the classroom.) Location: Recreation Center 5 classes 42037.01 Tu 4:00 pm-4:30 pm 6/10-7/15 Omit: 7/1 Fee: $66R/$77NR

Hip Hop Boogie (age 3-7)

See Page 12 for Description! Location: Recreation Center 5 classes 42047.03 3-6 yrs Th 4:40 pm-5:25 pm 6/12-7/17 Omit 7/3 Fee: $72R/$84NR

Kids Hip Hop (age 5-8)

See Page 12 for Description! Location: Recreation Center 5 classes 42319.02 Th 4:40 pm-5:25 pm 7/31-8/28 Fee: $72R/$84NR

Jazz (age 5-8)

This is a great beginner class to introduce your child to Jazz. They will learn individual steps, across the floor movement, isolations, and jazz combinations. Children perform in class on the last day of the session. Jazz or Ballet shoes required. Location: Recreation Center 5 classes 42321.01 F 12:20 pm-1:20 pm 6/13-7/25 Omit: 6/27, 7/4 Fee: $84R/$98NR

Pop Star! Dance (age 5-8)

Come be a STAR! Dancers will learn moves from shows like High School Musical and Glee! They will learn current pop, hip hop, and jazz style moves to fun music. Instructors will also help students make up their own choreography to incorporate in their dance. Dancers perform in class on the last day of the session. Location: Recreation Center 5 classes 42313.01 F 12:20 pm-1:20 pm 8/1-8/29 Fee: $84R/$98NR

Shining Stars! Sing Dance Perform (age 4-6)

Does your child like to sing dance around the house? This class is for them! Your little star will learn songs and dances all to perform for you on the last day of class-in our class Shining Stars Showcase. Location: Recreation Center 5 classes 42320.01 Tu 5:30 pm-6:15 pm 7/29-8/26 Fee: $72R/$84NR

Register online at www.burlingame.org/rec

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Youth & Teen Art Creative Corner (age 5-15) with Rachel Aloycius, instructor for 10 years, Professional Artist, MBA-University of Madras.

Arts & Crafts stimulates a child's creative side, cultivates patience, develops concentration, and builds confidence. This fun-filled & hands-on class encourages children to be innovative with items that they would come across in their dayto-day life. Using colors, shapes, and measures this class helps them to stimulate their mathematical skills. Children in this class will learn the basic concepts of Arts & Crafts and will be guided towards making their own Art Projects such as Pencil Shading, Drawing, Watercolor, Charcoal, Acrylic, Oil on Canvas, Fabric Art, Sewing, Crochet, Recycled-Art, Flower making, Jewelry making, gift making, and MUCH MORE (based on the season & the time of the year). Children are also encouraged to pick their own projects based on their interest! 4 classes 46000.02 M/Tu/W/Th 9:30 am-12:30 pm 6/30-7/3 Omit 7/4 Fee: $142R/$168NR Lab Fee: $30 (included) 5 classes 46000.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:30 am-12:30 pm 6/23-6/27 @ Rec Center 49000.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/7-7/11 @ McKinley 49000.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/14-7/18 @ McKinley 46000.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:30 am-12:30 pm 7/21-7/25 @ Rec Center 46000.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:30 am-12:30 pm 7/28-8/1 @ Rec Center Fee: $167R/$198NR Lab Fee: $30 (included)

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Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department

Manga Cartooning (age 10-15) with George Dumandan

You will be introduced to basic, step by step drawing techniques to create wonderful illustration of characters from aliens to princesses. Learn to portray facial expressions and sketch action scenes. This will enable you to convincingly create your own unique characters. George Dumandan is an experienced manga instructor. www.georgedumandan.com. 9 classes Location: Recreation Center 46002.01 W 4:45 pm-5:45 pm 4/9-6/4 46002.02 W 4:45 pm-5:45 pm 6/18-8/13 Fee: $87R/$104NR Lab Fee: $10 (included)

Youth & Teen Ceramics (age 7-15) with Eileen Goldenberg

Accomplished artist Eileen Goldenberg invites young students to a fabulous ceramics class. In this class, students will learn the basic techniques of hand building such as pinch, coil and slab work as well as how to throw on the potter's wheel. Students should wear clay/play clothes because this class can get messy! Please bring a towel to the first class. Parents are invited to register and take the class with your child/children. Spend some quality time with your young artists! 7 classes Location: Recreation Center 46574.01 W 4:00 pm-6:00 pm 4/9-5/21 Fee: $185R/$220NR

Call us for more information at (650) 558-7300


Communication Academy Classes

Math Olympiad (age 7-11)

Succeed in math and boost grades with Math Olympiad! Math Olympiad offers students the chance to shine with a competitive edge. Featuring problems from previous Math Olympiad competitions, our ongoing Math Olympiad Series is designed to help students strengthen math intuition and master major strategies in creative problem solving. Students become proficient in problem solving techniques, discover the fun of math, and increase Math Olympiad scores. DIFFERENT TOPICS covered each quarter; courses can be taken in any order. Experienced instructors, small classes. Material: $30. (408)777-8876, www. communicationacademy.com. Omit: 4/18 Spring: 9 classes, Summer: 5 classes

Location: Millbrae Recreation Center Spring Sessions 47110.01 7-8 yrs F 4:00 pm-5:00 pm 47110.02 9-11 yrs F 5:15 pm-6:15 pm Fee: $255 Lab Fee: $30 (pay at class) Summer Sessions 47110.03 5-6 yrs M/Tu/W/Th 1:00-4:00 pm 47110.04 7-8 yrs M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:30-12:00 pm 47110.05 9-11 yrs M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:30-12:00 pm Fee: $315 Lab Fee: $30 (pay at class)

4/4-6/6 4/4-6/6 6/30-7/3 Fee $310, 4 classes 6/23-6/27 8/4-8/8

Take part in two valuable courses for a discounted price. SAVE $30 when you enroll in Combo classes which combine two fun, back-to-back courses from Communication Academy. Parents maintain peace-of-mind by dropping children off only once for an extended period of time so students can learn two important skills in one sitting. Don't delay on this fantastic opportunity. Spaces are limited. Material: $55. Omit: 4/18

Math Olympiad & Common Core Reading Full Day (age 5-8)

Take part in two valuable camps at a discounted price. Save 10%-15% ($65-$70) when you enroll in full day camps which combine two fun, back-to-back camps from Communication Academy. Students learn two valuable skills in a fun and enriching environment. Don't delay on this fantastic opportunity. Students bring own lunch and are supervised by teacher. Space are limited! Material: $55.

Location: Millbrae Recreation Center 47203.01 7-8yrs M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:30 am-3:30 pm 6/23-6/27 5 classes Fee: $575 Lab Fee: $55(pay at class) 47203.02 5-6 yrs M/Tu/W/Th 9:00 am-4:00 pm 6/30-7/3 4 classes Fee: $560 Lab Fee: $55 (pay at class)

Common Core Writing: Expository (age 7-11)

Conquer Common Core Writing standards. The new state assessment will require students to respond to questions in writing. This course is designed to help students create clear and effective essays. Work with knowledgeable instructors to gain a better understanding of the elements of expository writing, improve the writing process, and use evidence and examples to support main ideas. Experienced educators, detailed feedback! Material: $25. (408)777-8876, www.communicationacademy.com. Omit: 4/18 9 classes

4/4-6/6 4/4-6/6

6/23-6/27 5 classes 6/23-6/27 5 classes 6/30-7/3 4 classes

Ensure an academic edge! Debate enhances reading comprehension, increases GPA, and looks excellent on college applications. In Student Congress, a mock legislative session, students debate "bills." While they improve critical thinking, research, organization, presentation, and listening skills, students have fun, gain confidence, and experience team building. Professional coaches, personal guidance! Material: $15. (408)777-8876, www. communicationacademy.com.

Location: Millbrae Recreation Center 47202.01 11-14 yrs M/Tu/W/Th 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 6/30-7/3 Fee: $349 Lab Fee: $15 (pay at class) 47202.02 9-11 yrs M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-3:30 pm 8/4-8/8 Fee: $359 Lab Fee: $15 (pay at class)

4 classes 5 classes

Spring Break Debate/Critical Thinking (age 9-11)

Ensure an academic edge! Debate enhances reading comprehension, increases GPA, and looks excellent on college applications. In Student Congress, a mock legislative session, students debate “bills.” While they improve critical thinking, research, organization, presentation, and listening skills, students have fun, gain confidence, and experience team building. Professional coaches, personal guidance! Material: $15. (408)777-8876, www.communicationacademy.com.

Location: Burlingame Recreation Center 47107.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-3:30 pm Fee: $335R/$400NR Lab Fee: $15 (pay at class)

5 classes 3/31-4/4

Spring Break Full Day Course (age 9-11)

Take part in two valuable camps at a discounted price. Save when you enroll in a full day camp which combines two fun, back-to-back camps from Communication Academy. Students learn two valuable skills in a fun and enriching environment. Don’t delay on this fantastic opportunity. Students bring own lunch and are supervised by teacher. Spaces are limited! Material: $45. Location: Burlingame Recreation Center 5 classes 47108.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:30 am-3:30 pm 3/31-4/4 Fee: $595R/$711NR Lab Fee: $45 (pay at class)

Spring Break Math Olympiad (age 9-11)

Debate & Math Olympiad Full Day Camp (age 9-11)

Take part in two valuable camps at a discounted price. Save 10%-15% ($65-$70) when you enroll in full day camps which combine two fun, back-to-back camps from Communication Academy. Students learn two valuable skills in a fun and enriching environment. Don't delay on this fantastic opportunity. Students bring own lunch and are supervised by teacher. Spaces are limited! Material: $45.

Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

Location: Millbrae Recreation Center 47201.01 9-11 yrs M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:30 am-12:00 pm Fee: $325 Lab Fee: $25 (pay at class) 47201.02 7-8 yrs M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm- 3:30 pm Fee: $325 Lab Fee: $25 (pay at class) 47201.03 5-6 yrs M/Tu/W/Th 9:00 am-12:00 pm Fee: $315 Lab Fee: $25 (pay at class)

9 classes

Location: Millbrae Recreation Center 47205.01 7-8 yrs F 4:00 pm-6:15 pm 4/4-6/6 47205.02 9-11 yrs F 4:00 pm-6:15 pm 4/4-6/6 Fee: $480 Lab Fee: $55 (pay at class)

Location: Millbrae Recreation Center 47204.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:30 am-3:30 pm Fee: $605 Lab Fee: $45 (pay at class)

Maintain the gains your child made during the school year! In Book Club, students practice close reading and analysis, discuss elements of literature, learn comprehension strategies, sharpen critical thinking skills, build vocabulary, and make real-world connections that spark their love of literature. Detailed feedback! Material: $25.

Debate: Student Congress (age 9-14)

Math Olympiad & Common Core Writing Combo Course (age 7-11)

Location: Millbrae Recreation Center 47206.01 9-11 yrs F 4:00 pm-5:00 pm 47206.02 7-8 yrs F 5:15 pm-6:15 pm Fee: $255 Lab Fee: $25 (pay at class)

Common Core Reading: Book Club (age 5-11)

5 classes 8/4-8/8

Succeed in math and boost grades with Math Olympiad! Math Olympiad offers students the chance to shine with a competitive edge. Featuring problems form previous Math Olympiad competitions, our ongoing Math Olympiad Series is designed to help students strengthen math intuition and master major strategies in creative problem solving. Students become proficient in problem solving techniques, discover the fun of math, and increase Math Olympiad scores. DIFFERENT TOPICS covered each quarter; courses can be taken in any order. Experienced instructors, small classes. Material: $30.

Location: Burlingame Recreation Center 47106.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:30 am-12:00 pm Fee: $335R/$400NR Lab Fee: $30 (pay at class)

5 classes 3/31-4/4

Register online at www.burlingame.org/rec

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Kids Carpentry (age 5-12) with John Tust

Youth Speciality

Since 1982 we have taught thousands of children, kindergarten-6th grade, the safe-use of woodworking hand-tools. After first building their sanding block and supertop, kids may choose from a wide variety of fun projects including: boats, clocks, games, trucks, doll furniture, and many more. While building their projects from scratch children are introduced to concepts like applied math, problemsolving, fine motor skills, and empowered to become independent thinkers. Our motto: Building confidence and teaching with respect and humor in a safe and happy environment. Visit our web site and watch our 8-minute documentary. www.kidscarpentry.net 8 classes Location: Recreation Center Spring Session 46052.01 Tu 2:15 pm-3:30 pm 4/8-5/27 46052.02 Tu 3:30 pm-4:45 pm 4/8-5/27 46052.03 Tu 4:45 pm-6:00 pm 4/8-5/27 Fee: $157R/$186NR Lab Fee: $35 (pay at class) Summer Session 46052.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-11:00 am 6/16-6/20 46052.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 11:15 am-1:15 pm 6/16-6/20 46052.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:30 pm-3:30 pm 6/16-6/20 46052.07 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-11:00 am 8/18-8/22 46052.08 M/Tu/W/Th/F 11:15 am-1:15 pm 8/18-8/22 46052.09 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:30 pm-3:30 pm 8/18-8/22 Fee: $157R/$186NR Lab Fee: $35 (pay at class)

Grown-Up & Me Intro To Ice Skating (age 2-5: with a parent) with Belmont Iceland

Share the joy with your little one. Enjoy quality time together while exercising and playing with ice toys. This class is meant for young skaters not ready to be alone but old enough to walk and talk. This class includes a 30-minute group lesson, once-a-week, for 1 child and 1 grown-up with a skate pro; skate rental; plus practice time on the day of your class. The adult must be able to skate unassisted. Please arrive 15 minutes early for this class. Warm, unrestrictive clothing; ankle high socks; and gloves or mittens are necessary. Helmets are encouraged. Omit: 5/27 7 classes Location: Belmont Iceland 62004.01 Tu 10:30 am-11:00 am 4/29-6/17 Fee: $82

Tots Intro To Ice Skating (age 3-6) with Belmont Iceland

Make your little one's first skating experience a good one. Learn the basics of ice skating in our safe and nurturing environment. Skaters will gain skills and confidence to progress into our skating program. Please arrive 15 minutes early for class. Warm, non-restrictive clothing, ankle high socks, and gloves or mittens are necessary. Helmets are encouraged. This class includes a 30-minute, weekly, group lesson for one child with a skate pro, plus practice time on the day of your class. Skate rentals are included. Omit: 5/22 7 classes Location: Belmont Iceland 62003.01 Th 6:15 pm-6:45 pm 5/1-6/19 62003.02 Th 6:15 pm-6:45 pm 7/10-8/21 Fee: $82

Youth Intro To Ice Skating (age 7-15) with Belmont Iceland

Make your first skating experience a good one. Learn the basics of ice skating in our safe and nurturing environment. Skaters will gain skills and confidence to progress into our skating program. Please arrive 15 minutes early for class. Warm, non-restrictive clothing, ankle high socks, and gloves or mittens are necessary. Helmets are encouraged. This class includes a 30-minute, weekly, group lesson for one child with a skate pro, plus practice time on the day of your class. Skate rentals are included. Omit: 5/22 7 classes Location: Belmont Iceland 62002.01 Th 6:15 pm-6:45 pm 5/1-6/19 62002.02 Th 6:15 pm-6:45 pm 7/10-8/21 Fee: $82

Manners Are Fun I & II (age 5-13) with Miss Ana Atelier

A wonderful class specially designed to give the student the tools to develop the charm that will make a difference no matter where children may go. This is a fun learning experience for the student. 100% practice. 2 classes Location: Recreation Center 47700.01 W 6:30 pm-7:45 pm 4/9-4/16 47700.02 W 6:30 pm-7:45 pm 4/23-4/30 Fee: $70R/$82NR Lab Fee: $25 (pay at class)

Yoga & Balance For Kids (K-5th) with Juanita Lucero

Through yoga, art, play and stories, I will teach yoga postures practiced in balance with breath and awareness; techniques to increase self-esteem and confidence; stress reducing activities; release of unwanted emotions and behavior patterns that frustrate children and make them out of control. Also, children will learn to live with their spines, pelvic centers, knees and anlkes naturally aligned efficiently supporting their weight on solid bone. They will experience freedom in their bodies and minds when they are balanced, strong, and relaxed. Bring a yoga mat & wear loose comfortable clothing. 9 classes Location: Recreation Center 49023.01 Tu 2:45 pm-3:45 pm 4/8-6/3 Fee: $144R/$170NR

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Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department

! NEW Camp Freeze (age 4-12) with Belmont Iceland

This summer beat the heat and cool your feet. We've got the perfect summer activity: Ice Skating! Ice Skating! Play games, do arts & crafts, build snowmen, paint on the ice, play ice hockey or broomball, get a picture taken on the Zamboni and perform in our special exhibition for parents at the end of the week. Every skater goes home with a Belmont Iceland t-shirt, toy or gift, and a souvenir photo in a personalized frame. No experience is necessary as campers get a lesson every day. Location: Belmont Iceland 5 classes 62008.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 12:30 pm-4:30 pm 6/23-6/27 62008.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 12:30 pm-4:30 pm 7/7-7/11 62008.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 12:30 pm-4:30 pm 7/28-8/1 62008.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 12:30 pm-4:30 pm 8/4-8/8 Fee: $200

Call us for more information at (650) 558-7300


Family Speciality

NEW! The 5 Keys To Motivating Your Child with Michelle Joelson, M.S.

This workshop is for any parent who seeks to motivate their child to improve academically or socially; adopt healthier lifestyle habits; or practice musical instruments after school. Parents will understand the role rewards/punishments play in motivation, improve communication with their child, and gain empowering strategies to help their child become more responsible and self-motivated. Instructor Michelle Joelson, M.S. (michellejoelson.com). 1 class Location: Recreation Center 60595.01 Tu 7:00 pm-8:30 pm 4/29 Fee: $49R/$56NR Sr. Fee: $40R/$49NR

Mommy & Me Bellydance (Adults with Children) with Alisa Hamilton

This class is specially designed for mothers who want to tone and strengthen core muscles while exploring the beautiful, feminine art of bellydance--all without worrying about a babysitter! Class is geared to mothers but babies and young children up to 4 are welcome to come along and share the magic of Middle Eastern music and dance in a warm, relaxed class environment. Bellydance is great fun for all body types and levels of skill and helps everyone acquire new levels of strength and flexibility. Wear: Jazz pants on your favorite fitness gear that includes a form-fitting shirt. Bare feet or jazz or ballet shoes are fine. Please note: You are responsible for your child during class time. 4 classes Location: Recreation Center 43111.01 W 10:00 am-11:00 am 4/9-4/30 43111.02 W 10:00 am-11:00 am 5/7-5/28 Fee: $51R/$59NR Sr. Fee: $41R/$51NR

Parent And Tot Pottery (age 2-8) with Jean Bucks

Join Instructor Jean Bucks for a fun painting workshop especially for kids! Bring your young one in to paint a special piece for a loved one or just something fun to have around the home. Parents must accompany their child if under 7 years old. Fees include 1 piece and 2 hours of painting time. Additional pieces can be purchased for an additional $10 at the time of class. Fired wear will be available for pick-up the Saturday after the class. 1 class Location: Recreation Center 46572.01 Sa 10:00 am-12:00 pm 6/7-6/7 Fee: $38R Lab Fee: $9 (included)

Cooking With Grandma & Grandpa (age 3+) with Rainbow Chefs

Spend special, quality time cooking in the kitchen with your grandchildren. You will be creating memories that they will remember for years to come. Location: Kitchen 1 class 21064.01 Sa 9:30 am-11:30 am 7/19 Fee: $36R/$40NR Sr. Fee: $30R/$40NR

Parent & Me Mandarin Learning Playground (age 2-5) with Jamie Gao

Through songs, stories, finger plays, body movements, games, and dancing, you and your children will experience and learn Mandarin Chinese, intonations, and vocabularies. The content will focus on children’s daily life such as animals, colors, shapes, transportations, food and emotions. Selected hands-on activities and projects will be integrated with the language lessons. The creative curriculum is designed to stimulate young minds with a new language. Actual hands-on projects (fine motor skills) and body movements (gross motor skills) allow this learning experience to make an impression on multiple levels. Please wear comfortable clothes and get ready to rock n’ roll with your kids, while being immersed in the beauty of Mandarin Chinese! Each class will review the previous lessons with new style and add new content. Returning students are welcome as the class content won’t be the same. No prior Mandarin experience is needed. Children need to be accompanied by an adult throughout the class. Omit: 5/3, 5/24 Location: Recreation Center 41514.01 Sa 10:00 am-10:40 am 4/12-6/14 8 classes Fee: $200R/$240NR 41514.02 Sa 10:00 am-10:40 am 6/7-8/16 9 classes 41514.03 F 9:00 am-9:40 am 6/20-8/22 9 classes Fee: $225R/$270NR

Family In The Kitchen (age 3+) with Rainbow Chefs

This class is about bringing family together by being in the Kitchen. Getting back to the roots of family dinners, family time together, and family traditions. Location: Recreation Center 1 class 45009.01 Sa 10:00 am-12:00 pm 4/12 45009.02 Sa 10:00 am-12:00 pm 4/26 Fee: $36R/$41NR Lab Fee: $10 (pay at class)

NEW! Top 5 Parenting Personal Finance Must Dos (age 18+) with Tom Lo

This one evening workshop will highlight the Top 5 Parenting Personal Finance Must Dos including the following topics: education planning, estate planning, insurance, cash flow, and retirement. Learn how to take action to help your family feel more financially secure. Spouse/Guest may attend for free. 1 class Location: Recreation Center 47001.01 Tu 7:00 pm-9:00 pm 5/6 Fee: $30R/$34NR Sr. Fee: $26R/$30NR

CPR & Child Care Safety (age 18+) with Muffie Calbreath

If you don't know CPR this is the perfect class for you. In this class you will learn Infant & Child CPR and Emergency First Aid. In this class you will learn what to do if your child is choking or injured. Learn about safety in this special class. Location: Recreation Center 1 class 60008.01 Tu 6:00 pm-10:00 pm 5/20 Fee: $40R/$46NR Sr. Fee: $33R/$40NR Lab Fee: $20 (pay at class)

Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

Register online at www.burlingame.org/rec

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Safari Run & Golf Beginner Golf For Juniors (age 5-13) with Jasmine Chin

Keepin' It Fit (age 5-7) with Safari Run

This 4 week course is designed for kids between 5 and 13 who have never played before. During the 4 week session, children will gain experience and an interest in the game of golf. Specific areas of teaching will include the setup (grip, stance, swing, posture), etiquette, and safety. 4 classes Location: Burlingame Golf Center: 250 Anza Blvd 84148.05 Sa 10:00 am-11:00 am 4/19-5/17 Omit: 5/3 84148.06 Sa 11:10 am-12:10 pm 4/19-5/17 Omit: 5/3 84148.07 Sa 10:00 am-11:00 am 7/12-8/2 84148.08 Sa 11:10 am-12:10 pm 7/12-8/2 Fee: $135R/$158NR Lab Fee: $18 (included)

This class offers games and fitness drills that teach participants how to socialize and become skilled at new exercises and stretches. Kids have a blast learning about the weekly subject, burning off that extra energy and perfecting their physical skills. Parent supervision not required. Omit: 4/1 9 classes Location: Safari Run 85701.01 Tu 3:30 pm-4:30 pm 3/25-5/27 85701.02 Th 4:30 pm-5:30 pm 3/27-5/29 Fee: $147

Keepin' It Fit (age 8-13) with Safari Run

Keepin' It Fit is about giving your child the tools and knowledge to stay healthy now and for their future. Your child will have fun learning nutrition and how to be fundamentally faster, stronger, and more efficient in their training. This class will focus on cardio training with obstacle course drills through the play structure, motivating, and challenging physical activities, and other strengthening skills. Parent supervision not required. Omit: 4/1 9 classes Location: Safari Run 85705.01 Tu 4:30 pm-5:30 pm 3/25-5/27 Fee: $147

Burlingame Youth Golf Camp (age 7-14) with Jasmine Chin

This camp is designed for junior golfers that have never played before or players who are still new to the game. This one week golf camp provides beginner golfers a fun and fulfilling interest towards the game of golf. The youth golf camp will work on long game, short game, mental game and golf etiquette. Monday & Thursday we will work on skills and fundamentals at the driving range at the Burlingame Golf Center. On Friday, we will meet at Mariner’s Point for a round of golf to put all the practice into play. Location: Burlingame Golf Center: 250 Ana Blvd 5 classes 84147.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 3:00 pm-5:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $161R/$185NR Lab Fee: $28 (included)

"Get Your Game On"! (age 11+) with Safari Run

Kick your fitness training into high gear with Safari Run's youth boot camp. This class provides loads of fun while developing gross motor skills in: CARDIO with running drills, speed ladder, hurdle training, and agility training, STRENGTH with using body weights, elastic bands, and free weights and FLEXIBILITY with stretching, static and foam rollers. Also, we educate and provide knowledge about the importance of healthier food choices and study what it takes to have good posture. Omit: 4/1 9 classes Location: Safari Run 85704.01 Tu 5:30 pm-6:30 pm 3/25-5/27 Fee: $147

Preschool Playground (age 3-4) with Safari Run

This class has lots of fun exploring the play structure, meeting new friends, and completely small assignments that emphasize listening and following directions regarding the weekly topic. Omit: 4/1 9 classes Location: Safari Run 85703.01 Tu 10:00 am-11:00 am 3/25-5/27 Fee: $147

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Youth Sports Tot Soccer (age 3.5-4) with Kidz Love Soccer

Little tykes will enjoy running and kicking just like big kids! Encourage motor skill development through fun soccer games and introduces small children to the group setting. Shin guards are required after the first meeting. All participants receive a Kidz Love Soccer jersey. Rain-Out Hotline: 1-888-372-5803. Location: Village Park Field 8 classes 72930.01 F 12:30 pm-1:00 pm 4/11-5/30 72930.02 Sa 10:30 am-11:00 am 4/12-6/7 Omit: 5/24 72930.03 F 12:30 pm-1:00 pm 6/27-8/22 Omit: 7/4 72930.04 Sa 10:30 am-11:00 am 6/28-8/23-- Omit: 7/5 Fee: $106R/$125NR Lab Fee: $10 (included)

Pre Soccer (age 4-5) with Kidz Love Soccer

Fencing-Beginning (age 7-14) with S.F. Fencers' Club

Come join us for a month of fun with the foil. In this month-long fencing class, you will receive an introduction to the art of fencing. Every class will include warmups, footwork, attacks and fundamentals of defensive actions, and bouting with a partner. Enjoy this fun class while learning the basic strategy of foil fencing for a beginner, as well as a wonderful exposure to the modern art of fencing. Location: Barrett Community Center, 1835 Belburn, Belmont 62370.01 5 classes Sa 10:30 am-11:30 am 3/1-3/29 Fee: $125 62370.02 4 classes Sa 10:30 am-11:30 am 4/5-4/26 Fee: $100 62370.03 5 classes Sa 10:30 am-11:30 am 5/3-5/31 Fee: $125 62370.04 4 classes Sa 10:30 am-11:30 am 6/7-6/28 Fee: $100 62370.05 4 classes Sa 10:30 am-11:30 am 7/5-7/26 Fee: $100 62370.06 5 classes Sa 10:30 am-11:30 am 8/2-8/30 Fee: $125

Teaches the basic techniques of the game and builds self-esteem through participation in our fun soccer activities. Children learn to follow instructions in a nurturing, age-appropriate environment. Shin guards are required after the first meeting. All participants receive a Kidz Love Soccer jersey. Rain-Out Hotline: 1-888-372-5803. 8 classes Location: Village Park Field 72018.01 F 1:00 pm-1:35 pm 4/11-5/30 72018.02 Sa 11:00 am-11:35 am 4/12-6/7 Omit: 5/24 72018.03 F 1:00 pm-1:35 pm 6/27-8/22 Omit: 7/4 72018.04 Sa 11:00 am-11:35 am 6/28-8/23 Omit: 7/5 Fee: $106R/$125NR Lab Fee: $10 (included)

Soccer 1 (age 5-6) with Kidz Love Soccer

Players will learn dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting. Fun skill games are played at every session, and every participant will have a ball at his or her feet. Small-sided soccer matches will be introduced gradually. Well suited to the first time player while still fun and engaging for kids who already have soccer experience. Shin guards are required after the first meeting. All participants receive a Kids Love Soccer jersey. Rain-Out Hotline: 1-888-372-5803. Location: Village Park Field 8 classes 72021.01 Sa 11:35 am-12:20 pm 4/12-6/7 Omit: 5/24 72021.02 F 1:35 pm-2:20 pm 6/27-8/22 Omit: 7/4 72021.03 Sa 11:35 am-12:20 pm 6/28-8/23 Omit: 7/5 Fee: $106R/$125NR Lab Fee: $10 (included)

Soccer 2 (age 7-10) with Kidz Love Soccer

Kids will enjoy advanced skill building: dribbling, passing, and shooting in a team play format. Each class will include skill games and small-sided scrimmages to build both individual and team skills. All levels are welcome to come enjoy the world's most popular sport! Shin guards are required after the first meeting. All participants receive a Kidz Love Soccer jersey. Rain-Out Hotline: 1-888-372-5803. Location: Village Park Field 8 classes 72022.01 Sa 12:20 pm-1:05 pm 4/12-6/7 Omit: 5/24 72022.02 Sa 12:20 pm-1:05 pm 6/28-8/23 Omit: 7/5 Fee: $106R/$125NR Lab Fee: $10 (included)

Mom/Dad/Me (age 2-3.5) with Kidz Love Soccer

The fun happens on the field, so don't just watch from the sidelines! Here is your chance to join in as we introduce your toddler to the world's most popular sport. You'll participate in fun, age-appropriate activities designed around the game of soccer, help develop motor, and socialization skills. A variety of soccer activities are played each week, adult participation is required. All kids receive a Kidz Love Soccer jersey.Rainout Hotline: 1-888-372-5803. Location: Village Park Field 8 classes 72937.01 Sa 9:15 am-9:45 am 4/12-6/7 Omit: 5/24 72937.02 Sa 9:50 am-10:20 am 4/12-6/7 Omit: 5/24 72937.03 Sa 9:15 am-9:45 am 6/28-8/23 Omit: 7/5 72937.04 Sa 9:50 am-10:20 am 6/28-8/23 Omit: 7/5 Fee: $106R/$155NR Lab Fee: $10 (included)

Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

Beginning Fencing Camp (age 7-11) with S.F. Fencers' Club

Come join us for a week of fun with the foil. In this month long fencing camp, you will receive an introduction to the art of fencing. Every class will include warm-ups, footwork, attacks and fundamentals of defensive actions and bouting with a partner. A fun class while learning the basic strategy of foil fencing for a beginner, as well as a wonderful exposure to the modern art of fencing. San Francisco Fencers' Club is located in Belmont and the San Francisco Richmond district. The club has members who have been and continue to be on US National Fencing Teams. SFFC graduates have successfully placed into top universities such as Stanford, Princeton, Cornell, Vassar, NYU, Barnard, UC Berkeley and UC Santa Barbara. It is recommended that each fencer purchase their own glove, which is available from the S.F. Fencers for $15 upon request. 5 classes Location: Belmont Sports Complex, 550 Island Parkway. Belmont 62348.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/7-7/11 62348.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/14-7/18 62348.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $212

Skyhawks Co-Ed T-Ball League (age 4-6) with Skyhawks

Skyhawks T-Ball is designed for young athletes to discover the excitement of competition while learning the basics of baseball. Our goal is to develop skills in a fun, affordable, and safe environment. On Tuesday, April 8th, our participants will be separated into their teams for their first team practice and given a Skyhawks shirt to use for their games. Participants will be encouraged to decorate team shirts with their name, team name, and favorite number. Practices will be on Tuesdays from 5:15-6:15PM. Games will be on Thursdays. Depending on the number of teams and the schedule, games may start at 5:00 or 6:00PM. Skyhawks will give out a schedule during the first week of the season. 12 classes Location: Village Park Field 72017.01 Tu/Th 5:00 pm-6:15 pm 4/8-5/15 Fee: $185R/$220NR

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Elementary School Age Sports

Attention All 3rd Grade Parents... Attention All 3rd Grade Parents...   Did you know that your new 4th grader can play sports at  Franklin, Lincoln, Washington, McKinley and Roosevelt?   Register for volleyball, ag football and basketball in the Fall!  All registrants must be in the 4th or 5th grade only.  All sports are 2 to 3 day per week commitments.   Practices and games will be set-up after registrations are completed.  If a school has more than one team, an evaluation day will be held to split 

teams evenly. 

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NEXT FALL! 

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Middle School Sports @ BIS The middle school sports program is sponsored and run by the Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department and is part of the North County Recreation League. This program is open to all students enrolled at BIS as well as any Burlingame resident youth in 6th, 7th, or 8th grade not attending BIS. Please note players must play in their grade and gender level. Fall - Flag Football, Girls Volleyball, and Cross-Country Winter - Basketball. Please note that 6th gr. basketball does not begin until late January. Spring - Tennis, Golf, Track, Badminton, and Lacrosse *All enrolled participants will be placed on a team. *There is limited enrollment in each sport *There are evaluation days that all participants must attend. In some sports more than one evaluation day is needed. *All registration is taken at the Burlingame Recreation Center, 850 Burlingame Avenue, 650.558.7300. Sport

Fee *Jersey Included*

Practices

Grade & Code #

Team Meeting all at BIS New Gym

Track & Field max: 80

$90

Mon/Wed/Thurs 3:30-5:00pm

6th-8th grade 81519.01

Monday, March 17th 3:00 - 3:30 pm

Tennis max: 40

$101

Either M/Tu or W/Th depending on placement

6th-8th grade 81518.01

Monday, March 17th 3:30 - 4:00 pm

Golf max: 25

$123

Mon/Tues/ Wed 3:30-5:00pm

6th-8th grade 81517.01

Tuesday, March 18th 2:15 - 2:45 pm

6th: 81525.01

Badminton max: 9 per grade

$143

Girls Lacrosse max: 20

$101

TBD

7th: 81526.01 8th: 81527.01

TBD

6th-8th grade 81529.01

Tuesday, March 18th 2:45 - 3:15 pm Tuesday, March 18th 3:15 - 3:45 pm

DEADLINE to register is Friday March 21st

Registration is taken until deadline or when the maximum enrollment is attained, whichever comes first. All rules and regulations are governed by NCRL bylaws. Due to scheduling conflicts, registration is limited to one sport per child each season. For more information please call 558-7300. Find practices and game schedules online at www.burlingame.org/bissports Cheerleader Information Night: Are you interested in being a middle school cheerleader for the 2014-2015 school year? The Burlingame Parks & Recreation Dept. is inviting any interested 6th or 7th grader and their parents to come to an information night. Meet our cheerleading coach and some of this year’s current cheerleaders. Come get your questions answered and learn about how this program works and the expectations of being a cheerleader. This meeting will occur on Tuesday April 15th at 6pm at the Recreation Center.

FALL REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Registration for 2014/15 School Year Starts on August 20th, 2014 for Cross Country, Flag Football and Volleyball Contact the Rec Center for more information Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

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Adult Sports The City of Burlingame Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of Adult Sports leagues. Our registration procedure is quick and easy! It starts with a mandatory managers’ meeting where you pick up the information packet and discuss any changes for the upcoming year. Next, you will return the manager’s card, roster/waiver and pay your fee. Returning teams must have 55% of last year’s players. Check the time-line below for specific dates. For all questions, contact Mike Noce at mnoce@burlingame.org Standard Procedures for all Adult Sports Sign-ups

1. Any team wishing to get into the leagues may submit a roster and payment. NO PERSONAL CHECKS WILL BE ACCEPTED. 2. Rosters must include player’s name, address, phone number and signature. 3. Returning teams have first priority. 4. New teams with the most Burlingame residents on their roster will be accepted into the leagues, when space is available. 5. All rosters will be reviewed by our softball committee, then managers will be notified of acceptance. 6. All registration will be taken at the Burlingame Rec. Center, 850 Burlingame Ave., Burlingame, CA 94010

Men’s & Women’s Slow Pitch Softball Leagues (July 25-Oct 17) Registration: June 23rd-24th from 9am-9pm at the Burlingame Rec Center Nights Of Play & Leagues: Game Info: Start times: 7:00pm & 8:05pm Monday: Men’s D3 & DD3 Average 5 teams per league Tuesday: Women’s D1 & D2 League Fee: $750 per team Wednesday: Men’s D1 & D2 Includes 8 games plus possibility of playoffs Thursday: Men’s D4 & D5 Friday: Men’s D6 & DD6 Location: Bayside Field 1 & 2

Co-ed Kickball (Aug 13-Oct 29)

Women’s 35 & Over Soccer League (Aug 7-Nov 13)

Registration: July 7th and 8th from 9am-9pm at the Burlingame Rec Center Game Info: Start times: 7:00pm, 8:05pm Nights Of Play: Wednesday Max # of Teams accepted: 5 Location: Bayside Field #3 League Fee: $400 per team NE

Registration: July 7th and 8th from 9am-9pm at the Burlingame Rec Center Game Info: Start times: 6:00pm, 7:30pm, 9:00pm Nights Of Play: Thursday League Fee: $1,095 per team, Includes 15 games Max # of Teams per league: 6 Manager’s Meeting Date: July 17th @ 6:30pm

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Fundamentals Of Full Swing (age 18+) with Dennis Mitchell

Men’s Full Court Basketball (June 24-Oct 7)

This 4 week course is for golfers of all skill levels looking to improve or be introduced to the game of golf and the golf swing. Focus will be on the fundamentals; grip, stance, posture & alignment. Dennis develops the golf swing around the student's capabilities and determines the most effective way to swing the golf club. Fundamentals are the building blocks for a consistent golf swing. Dennis emphasizes on the "fun" in fundamentals. 4 classes Location: Burlingame Golf Cent 84800.07 W 6:00 pm-7:00 pm 4/23-5/14 84800.08 Sa 10:00 am-11:00 am 5/17-6/7 84800.09 W 6:00 pm-7:00 pm 5/28-6/18 84800.10 Sa 10:00 am-11:00 am 6/21-7/19 Omit: 7/5 84800.11 W 6:00 pm-7:00 pm 7/2-7/23 84800.12 Sa 10:00 am-11:00 am 8/2-8/23 84800.13 W 6:00 pm-7:00 pm 8/6-8/27 Fee: $112R/$132NR Lab Fee: $18 (included)

Registration: June 2nd and 3rd from 9am-9pm at the Burlingame Rec Center Game Info: Tuesday, Start times: 6:30pm, 7:30pm, 8:30pm, 9:30pm League Fee: $625 per team, 8 games, plus playoffs (all teams make playoffs) Max # of Teams accepted: 9 Location: Burlingame Intermediate School No Games Aug 5-26

Bocce League coming THIS summer!

Please contact Mike Noce at mnoce@burlingame.org or 650.558.7320 for more information on the league.

NEW

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Are You a Free Agent? Want to play a sport but don’t have a team? The Parks & Recreation Department maintains free agent lists. It’s a great way to get added to a team that’s looking for a few extra players. Contact 558-7300 for more information.

Umpires Needed: If interested in umpiring Adult Slow Pitch and Youth Fast Pitch Softball games during

the 2014 season, please contact Howard at 510.794.8343. No prior umpiring expereince is necessary, but potential umpires must have some softball knowledge.

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Tennis Private Tennis Lessons (age 5+) with Racquetsmith

Book court time to further your exploration of, "...the sport for a lifetime", Tennis. Tailored instruction for those wishing to begin the game, return from a hiatus or the competitive player wishing to continue improving existing skills. Sessions will be tailored to the individual, including video analysis, if desired. Small groups can be accommodated with prior arrangement. Omit: 5/3 4 classes Location: Washington Park Courts 82002.01 Sa 1:00 pm-1:55 pm 4/19-5/17 82002.02 Sa 2:00 pm-2:55 pm 4/19-5/17 82002.03 Sa 3:00 pm-3:55 pm 4/19-5/17 82002.04 Sa 4:00 pm-4:55 pm 4/19-5/17 82002.05 Sa 1:00 pm-1:55 pm 6/21-7/12 82002.06 Sa 2:00 pm-2:55 pm 6/21-7/12 82002.07 Sa 3:00 pm-3:55 pm 6/21-7/12 82002.08 Sa 4:00 pm-4:55 pm 6/21-7/12 82002.09 Sa 1:00 pm-1:55 pm 7/19-8/9 82002.10 Sa 2:00 pm-2:55 pm 7/19-8/9 Tennis Development Session (age 5-14) with Racquetsmith 82002.11 Sa 3:00 pm-3:55 pm 7/19-8/9 The RACQUETSMITH Tennis Development Sessions are an after-school program 82002.12 Sa 4:00 pm-4:55 pm 7/19-8/9 designed to meet the needs of tennis participants wishing to find ongoing Fee: $240R/$286NR enrichment of existing or developing skills necessary of the individual. Students will be challenged in the weekly group sessions, ascending to their own level Tennis Make-Up Procedure: Lessons cancelled due to inclement weather or of interest and ultimate skill. Players will be required to bring a racquet, dress instructor illness will be rescheduled. Students will be notified at the next regular in appropriate tennis attire, and be task orientated in a group environment. class meeting or by telephone. Class make-up time may differ from regular schedule. Location: Ray Park Tennis Courts 8 classes For individuals who have legitimate, unavoidable conflicts, discussion of possible 82000.01 5-12 yrs W 3:30 pm-4:30 pm 4/9-5/28 make-up arrangements will be made with the program director. Some student 82001.01 8-14 yrs W 4:30 pm-5:30 pm 4/9-5/28 conflicts may not be resolvable. Fee: $158R/$187NR

Tennis with Racquetsmith Staff - Bill Smith USPTA, Director, 307-2980 or email tennismith@aol.com

Groups (8 pupils or less). 4 weeks, 4 hours of instruction. Tennis Racquet is required. After first class meeting, instructor may request student to relocate to class section most appropriate to student’s demonstrated ability. Beginner: Fundamentals for the new or less experienced student. Intermediate: For players with previous tennis instruction or experience. Review of individual stroke fundamentals. See page 37 for Advanced: Tactics and strategy for players wishing to improve their match play skills. Serve & Splash Age Groups: Starter: 5-6 yrs. Youth: 7-9 yrs. Junior: 10-12 yrs. Teen: 13-17 yrs. Adult: 16 & up Location: Washington Park Courts Fee: $79 Res. $92 Non-res. SR. FEE: $62 Res. $79 Non-res. Session 1: Spring Session 2: Spring 82101.01 Starter Tu 3:30-4:30pm 4/8-4/29 82101.02 Starter Tu 3:30-4:30pm 5/6-5/27 82102.01 Youth Tu 4:30-5:30pm 4/8-4/29 82102.02 Youth Tu 4:30-5:30pm 5/6-5/27 82106.01 Junior Tu 5:30-6:30pm 4/8-4/29 82106.02 Junior Tu 5:30-6:30pm 5/6-5/27 82103.01 Adult Beg. Tu 6:30-7:30pm 4/8-4/29 82103.02 Adult Beg. Tu 6:30-7:30pm 5/6-5/27 82104.01 Adult Int. Tu 7:30-8:30pm 4/8-4/29 82104.02 Adult Int. Tu 7:30-8:30pm 5/6-5/27 82101.05 Starter Th 3:30-4:30pm 4/10-5/1 82101.06 Starter Th 3:30-4:30pm 5/8-5/29 82102.05 Youth Th 4:30-5:30pm 4/10-5/1 82102.06 Youth Th 4:30-5:30pm 5/8-5/29 82966.01 Teen Th 5:30-6:30pm 4/10-5/1 82966.02 Teen Th 5:30-6:30pm 5/8-5/29 82104.05 Adult Int. Th 6:30-7:30pm 4/10-5/1 82104.06 Adult Int. Th 6:30-7:30pm 5/8-5/29 82108.01 Adult Adv. Th 7:30-8:30pm 4/10-5/1 82108.02 Adult Adv. Th 7:30-8:30pm 5/8-5/29 Session 3: Summer 82101.03 Starter 82102.03 Youth 82106.03 Junior 82103.03 Adult Beg. 82104.03 Adult Int. 82101.07 Starter 82102.07 Youth 82106.05 Junior 82103.05 Adult Beg. 82104.07 Adult Int. 82101.09 Starter 82102.09 Youth 82966.03 Teen 82104.09 Adult Int. 82108.03 Adult Adv.

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3:30-4:30pm 4:30-5:30pm 5:30-6:30pm 6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:30pm 3:30-4:30pm 4:30-5:30pm 5:30-6:30pm 6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:30pm 3:30-4:30pm 4:30-5:30pm 5:30-6:30pm 6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:30pm

Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

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Session 4: Summer 82101.04 Starter 82102.04 Youth 82106.04 Junior 82103.04 Adult Beg. 82104.04 Adult Int. 82101.08 Starter 82102.08 Youth 82106.06 Junior 82103.06 Adult Beg. 82104.08 Adult Int. 82101.10 Starter 82102.10 Youth 82966.04 Teen 82104.10 Adult Int. 82108.04 Adult Adv.

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3:30-4:30pm 4:30-5:30pm 5:30-6:30pm 6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:30pm 3:30-4:30pm 4:30-5:30pm 5:30-6:30pm 6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:30pm 3:30-4:30pm 4:30-5:30pm 5:30-6:30pm 6:30-7:30pm 7:30-8:30pm

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Spring Break Camps Spring Break Camp K-5 (age 5-11) with Recreation Staff

It's time to mark your calendars for an exciting session of Spring Break Camp! Spend the entire week with our awesome Adventure Camp Staff meeting new friends, playing tons of games, creating cool art projects and getting geared up for the summer season. We'll have one cool field trip on Wednesday, April 2nd. Campers should bring a bag lunch daily and dress for active play (no sandals). Additional hours of supervision are available from 7:30 AM-9:00 AM(Sunrise) and 4:00 PM-5:30 PM (Sunset). 5 classes Location: Recreation Center 70925.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 3/31-4/4 Fee: $195R/$232NR

Serve And Splash (age 5-13) with Racquetsmith

Does your child love Swimming and Tennis? If so sign up for Serve and Splash which will be held at the Burlingame Aquatic Center directly after Tennis Camp. COST INCLUDES TENNIS AND SWIM. Trained leaders will pick up the participants enrolled in Serve and Splash after Tennis camp, and walk them to the pool. Participants will enjoy swimming and water games at the Burlingame Aquatics Center, and be supervised by our trained staff. Serve and Splash will end at 3:15pm. Please pick your child up promptly at 3:15pm at the parking lot on Oak Grove. Leaders for Serve and Splash are trained in Water Safety, First Aid and CPR. The ratio for 5-7 year olds is 6:1, and 8-13 year olds is 10:1. Cost of Serve and Splash includes entrance to recreation swim and supervision. Participants should bring a bathing suit, racquet, sunscreen, a towel and bag lunch everyday. Location: Washington Park Courts 4 classes 82251.01 M/Tu/W/Th 10:00 am-3:15 pm 3/31-4/3 Fee: $175R/$208NR

Spring Break Camp Day-At-A-Time (age 5-11)

Spring Break Basketball Camp (age 8-14) with Jeff Dowd

with Recreation Staff

Spring Break Basketball Camp with Burlingame teacher and coach Jeff Dowd. Coach Dowd led Burlingame to a combined 12 PAL League and Tournament Championships. Spring Break is the time to take your game to the next level. Progression based skill instruction is the key to long-term athletic development and basketball success. Open to boys and girls of all levels and are grouped by age and ability. Get better through drills, station work and competition. Camp shirt included. Lunch is available at an additional cost. Contact Coach Dowd at jdowd22@yahoo.com and see Dowdcamp.com for more information. 5 classes Location: BIS Gym 1 72005.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-3:00 pm 3/31-4/4 Fee: $237R/$282NR

Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

with Recreation Staff

This is a great opportunity for parents who may need only partial childcare during the school break. Campers must arrive at camp no later than 10:00am each day and may be picked up as early as 3:00pm. Pre-registration is required. Space is limited, so "Day-Of" registration is not guaranteed! (No pro-rated fees). Location: Recreation Center 70801.01 M 7:30 am-5:30 pm 3/31 70801.02 Tu 7:30 am-5:30 pm 4/1 70801.03 Th 7:30 am-5:30 pm 4/3 70801.04 F 7:30 am-5:30 pm 4/4 Fee: $57R/$66NR

Spring Break Sunrise & Sunset (age 5-11) Sunrise (7:30-10:00am) and Sunset (4:00-5:30pm) are designed to assist parents who may need a few extra hours of supervision for their camper. Only available for campers enrolled in Spring Break Camp. Campers enrolled in Sunrise/Sunset must be signed IN/OUT daily by a parent or guardian. Location: Recreation Center 5 classes Sunrise 70950.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7:30 am-9:00 am 3/31-4/4 Sunset 70951.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 4:00 pm-5:30 pm 3/31-4/4 Fee: $35R/$42NR

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Spring After School Enrichment Mad Science: NASA:Journey Into Outer Space (K-5th) with Mad Science

Mad Science and NASA have teamed up to bring you the excitement and wonder of space in this new voyage of discovery! See the principles of thrust and propulsion at work in a real rocket launch! Explore the atmosphere on earth and beyond! Watch star dust burn, and journey through a galaxy as you investigate the life cycle of stars! Explore the farthest reaches of our solar system and create a lunar eclipse in this "mad" planetary tour! Probe the mysteries of meteors and bounce around satellite light as you learn about space phenomena! Experience the life of an astronaut as you suit up for space flight. This is an experience that is truly out of this world! 8 classes 49581.01 Tu 2:05 pm-3:05 pm 4/8-5/27 @ Franklin 49581.02 Tu 2:10 pm-3:10 pm 4/8-5/27 @ Roosevelt 49581.03 W 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/9-5/28 @ Lincoln 49581.04 Th 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/10-5/29 @ Washington Fee: $159

Jr. Engineering Club (K-1 ) with Engineering For Kids st

Students will learn how to apply the engineering design process to solve problems and build exciting machines! Students will put their problem solving skills to the test while learning a variety of engineering disciplines such as Aerospace, Industrial, Civil, Chemical, Mechanical, and Software Engineering. We will be creating an incredibly fast rocket, make their own yummy ice cream, create, and play with an Alligator or a Roaring Lion using LEGO Robotics, or build the most exciting, loopy, and twisted roller coaster ever, and more. Location: McKinley School 8 classes 49021.02 Th 2:00 pm-3:00 pm 4/10-5/29 49021.03 M 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/7-6/2 Fee: $144

Engineering Club (2nd-5th) with Engineering For Kids

Students will learn how to apply the engineering design process to solve problems and build exciting machines! Students will put their problem solving skills to the test while leaning a variety of engineering disciplines such as Aerospace, Electrical, Civil, Marine, Mechanical, and Environmental Engineering. We will see who can create an aerodynamic airplane, build their own flashlight to see in the dark, clean up an oil spill or build and race the fastest car ever, and more. Location: McKinley School 8 classes 49036.01 Th 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/10-5/29 Fee: $144

Marine Engineering (1st-5th) with Engineering For Kids

Students will become marine engineers as they design and build several types of marine vehicles to test in our aquatic track. Working in teams, students construct an underwater robot that teaches basic skills in ship and submarine design and explore devices to help a scuba diver achieve neutral buoyancy underwater among others. This class encourages students to explore naval architecture and marine engineering concepts. Location: Roosevelt School 8 classes 49053.01 W 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/9-5/28 Fee: $144

Industrial Engineering (2nd-5th) with Engineering For Kids

Students use the Engineering Design Process to design, create, test, and refine efficient systems for production. Students explore the properties of simple and complex machines with K'NEX Construction toys. They discover the advantages of using an assembly line to produce goods, such as ice cream. In addition, students design and create blades for their own windmill as they continue to investigate efficient systems. Location: Washington School 8 classes 49037.01 F 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/11-5/30 Fee: $144

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Young Rembrandts (1st-5th) with Young Rembrandts

Its spring time and that can mean only one thing: SPRINGTIME DRAWING WITH YOUNG REMBRANDTS! If your children are baseball fans, they will love our baseball still life lesson. Learning about warm colors will be the focus as our artists draw a detailed exterior of a house. We'll also learn about legendary artist Edward Hopper as we recreate one of his masterpieces. Finally, we'll take an imaginary trip to Japan and learn about the artistry of the kimono. Sign up for classes today! Omit: 5/26 49000.01 9 classes M 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/7-6/9 @ Roosevelt Fee: $200R Lab Fee: $10 (included) 49000.02 10 classes Tu 2:10 pm-3:10 pm 4/8-6/10 @ Lincoln 49000.03 10 classes Th 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/10-6/12 @ McKinley 49000.04 10 classes F 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/11-6/13 @ Washington Fee: $210 Lab Fee: $10 (included)

Tech Builders: App Design (2nd-5th) with Freshi Films

The Freshi Media App Design class is a fun and exciting introduction for students who want to learn different aspects of computer based App Design. Utilizing Multimedia Fusion 2 software, students work closely with instructors to create computer based apps. Students will complete fun game based apps and practical utility apps into their final project. 8 classes Location: Franklin School 49020.01 Tu 2:10 pm-3:10 pm 4/8-5/27 Fee: $105

Young Creators: Video Game Design (2nd-5th)

with Freshi Films

Learn how to create your own virtual worlds and design a unique and interactive video game with Freshi Game Design! Beginning Game Developers work in pairs to conceive, design, and build their own original computer game. Everything created for their game is original to the team-the characters, the action, the background, the music, and the format. Students use creative and critical thinking to complete their games and build teamwork skills working in partners. 8 classes Location: Washington School 49039.01 W 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/9-5/21 Fee: $105

Play (1st-5th) with National Academy Of Athletics

PLAY is our answer to today's over-structured and over-scheduled kids. They enjoy hanging out with their peers in the gym, black tops and fields where they are able to set the rules and play with limited guidance from our supervisors. This give children the chance to lean problem solving skills and the nuances for the sports while developing an appreciation for the game. Our PLAY program uses structured simple activities, individual and team building challenges. The objective is to bring back the "old school" spirit of playing sports, reminiscent of the days of yesteryear where kids played sports in their local neighborhoods and sandlots just for the sake of competing and having fun with their friends. 7 classes 49038.01 M 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/7-5/19 @ Franklin 49038.02 W 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/9-5/21 @ Lincoln 49038.03 Th 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/10-5/22 @ Washington Fee: $129

Basketball Jr. Hoops (K-2nd) with National Academy Of Athletics

The Jr Hoops program by National Academy of Athletics is designed to introduce young boys and girls to the fundamental skills, rules, and structure of the game of basketball. The secret to it is FUN! They will have a blast learning to dribble, pass, and compete thru great game and small competitions in a positive and energetic environment. There is no better way to watch your child fall in love with the game of basketball. Omit: 5/1, 5/22 8 classes Location: Roosevelt School 49067.01 Th 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/10-6/12 Fee: $146R/$146NR

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Spring After School Enrichment Spring Basketball Fundamentals Team Concepts (4th-8th) with Jeff Dowd.

Burlingame Parks and Recreation Department presents Jeff Dowd, 2004 & 2011 San Mateo Times & 2008 San Mateo Daily News Coach of the Year & 2009 Cal Hi Coach of the Week former Burlingame High School Boys Varsity Basketball Coach and current teacher Jeff Dowd. Coach Dowd led the Panthers to 8 PAL Championships & 4 consecutive PAL Tournament Titles in 2008, 2009, 2010, & 2011. Contact Coach David at jdowd22@yahoo.com. See dowdcamp.com for more information.Workouts will focus on individual skill improvement, skill execution and team concepts. It is designed for players who want to excel at a high level. It is open to all players serious about improving their game, boys & girls 4th to 8th grade. Progression based skill instruction is the key to long-term athletic development and basketball success. WW 14 classes Location: BIS Gym 1 72206.01 Tu/Th 3:45 pm-5:15 pm 4/8-5/22 Fee: $200R/$238NR

Introduction To Spanish (K-3rd) with Casita De Los Ninos

What a great way to introduce a new language to a child! This class is for students K-3rd grade who are interested in learning Spanish. Building off a language curriculum of vocabulary and sounds, our bilingual instructors teach children to listen and speak Spanish through play, games, conversation, and activities. While the emphasis is on listening, understanding and speaking Spanish, students will also explore writing and reading in Spanish. Casita makes learning a language fun! Omit: 5/26 Location: McKinley School 49450.01 8 classes M 3:10 pm-4:30 pm 4/7-6/2 @ McKinley Fee: $163 Lab Fee: $25 (included) 49450.02 9 classes Tu 2:10 pm-3:30 pm 4/8-6/3 @ Washington 49450.03 9 classes Th 3:10 pm-4:30 pm 4/10-6/5 @ Lincoln Fee: $179 Lab Fee: $25 (included)

Continuing Spanish (1st-5th) with Casita De Los Ninos

This class has been expanded to help both those continuing from Spanish 1 and experienced speakers looking for a greater command of the language. Based on a student’s ability, they can choose from continuing our curriculum or move to individual study for a complete immersion experience. Best of all, we make learning a new language fun! This course series is designed by credentialed BCLAD teachers to ready students for intermediate school Spanish. Omit: 5/26 49658.01 8 classes M 3:10 pm-4:30 pm 4/7-6/2 @ McKinley Fee: $163 Lab Fee: $25 (included) 49658.02 9 classes Tu 2:10 pm-3:30 pm 4/8-6/3 @ Washington Fee: $179 Lab Fee: $25 (included) 49658.03 9 classes Th 3:10 pm-4:30 pm 4/10-6/5 @ Lincoln Fee: $179 Lab Fee: $25 (included)

Reading & Math (K-5th) with Divya Kunchala

This class is a great way to develop reading and math skills for kids. Students will be encouraged to learn in a fun way according to their abilities. Half of the class will be spent on reading and the other half spent on math problems. Location: Lincoln School 4 classes 49011.01 M 3:15 pm-4:15 pm 4/7-4/28 49011.02 M 3:15 pm-4:15 pm 5/5-6/2 Fee: $100

Abracadabra! The Magic Of Public Speaking (K-5th) with Cathy Foxhoven

Do you like to tell jokes, recite your favorite Shel Silverstein poem, tell your favorite stories, like "Caps for Sale", or "The Little Old Lady Who Wasn't Afraid of Anything"? Maybe you want to convince your parents to buy you a hamster, or tell about your BFF, your pet or your favorite grandparent. Do you like comedy or drama? You can do all this through "speech" or better known as "public speaking". This enrichment program will help you get rid of your jitters, shaky knees and sweaty palms when you have to do presentations in your classroom. The final class will be performing for friends and families while receiving special trophies. Location: Franklin School 9 classes 49028.01 F 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/18-6/13 Fee: $160 Lab Fee: $2 (included)

Burlingame's Glee (2nd-8th) with Cathy Foxhoven

BURLINGAME'S GLEE, a performance show choir, is continuing following the enormous success of the fall performances. Enroll immediately because 30 students are the maximum for this group. GLEE will continue working on "Glee" songs for performances at "Franklin Carnival", "Burlingame Idol", and "ArtzFest". We'll be working on new material from Glee's 3rd season-a medley that includes Lady Gaga's "Edge of Glory", Michael Jackson's "Man in the Mirror", BeeGee's "Staying Alive", plus "We Got the Beat/ You Can't Stop the Beat", "Rumor Has It", "We Are Young", "Someone Like You" and more! 9 classes Location: Lincoln School 49126.01 Th 3:10 pm-4:40 pm 4/17-6/12 Fee: $215 Lab Fee: $15 (included)

Acting Is Fun (K-5th) with Cathy Foxhoven

Your children will start to discover that acting is fun. Explore all the tools necessary to become an actor through warm-ups, theatre games, pantomime, improvisation, duologues, and monologues. Each week, the student will experience a new aspect of acting. Warm-ups are designed to get not only the body and voice ready to work, but also the mind. They facilitate relaxation and concentration necessary for optimum performance. Theatre games are used to help stimulate the creative process. Non-threatening interactive games, as well as guided imagery and trust exercises will help the students to be comfortable with themselves and their classmates. An atmosphere of respect will be established. Pantomime is “acting without words” as a skill necessary for any actor to develop because it is used in many, many theatrical productions. Pantomime not only negates the use of props and words, but challenges the imagination and imagery. Facial expression and gestures are incorporated. Improvisation increases the actor’s ability to “think out of the box”. This developed skill brings spontaneity, comedic timing, and teamwork to the actor’s training. Duologues and Monologues will be selected, “blocked”, and rehearsed for a final performance for family and friends. Duologues begin the acting processing of listening and reacting. Monologues increase the use of imagery. Location: McKinley School 10 classes 49054.01 Tu 2:10 pm-3:10 pm 4/8-6/10 Fee: $182 Lab Fee: $5 (included)

Magic Class (1st-5th) with Jeanne Fields, Magic Jeanne

Learn magic tricks from everyday items and actual magic props. Build your confidence through learning how to perform in front of an audience. You will learn several tricks at each session and the last session is performance day for those who choose to perform in front of your family and friends. This type magic is called close up/sleight of hand magic but most of you are here to have fun. Location: Washington 10 classes 49064.01 W 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/9-6/11 Fee: $200

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Spring After School Enrichment Chinese I (K-3rd) with Shihua Wang

Chess Wizards (K-5th) with Chess Wizards

This class is for students who are new to Mandarin Chinese, especially those from non-Mandarin speaking families. The class will use "Easy Steps to Chinese for Kids 1b" as a textbook. The course uses interactive fun activities such as games, songs, rhymes, and stories to encourage students' interests and ease their learning process. The emphasis of this class is mostly on listening and speaking with little exposure on reading and writing. 8 classes Location: Franklin Library 49079.01 Th 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/10-5/29 Fee: $165 Lab Fee: $25 (included)

Chess Wizards is offering specially designed after school classes that cater to all levels of chess ability. Each child challenged by fun games and lessons. It is proven that chess enhances cognitive development in children, improves both verbal and mathematical skills, and increases all levels of academic performance. Playing chess stimulates the mind and helps children strengthen skills such as focusing, visualizing goals, abstract thinking, and forming concrete opinions. Classes and lessons are based on our original, fun, and high-energy Chess Wizards curriculum. Regardless of a child's ability, Chess Wizards makes chess fun for all! Instructors provide all the materials necessary for your child to participate in the class and no additional purchase is required to attend. 8 classes Location: Roosevelt School 49016.01 W 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/9-5/28 Fee: $157

Chinese II (1st-5th) with Shihua Wang

This class is intended for the returning students who attended the Chinese I and II in the last year or new students who have learned Chinese in the past. The class will use "Easy Steps to Chinese for Kids 2b� as a textbook. The emphasis of this class is on listening and speaking with phrases and sentences used in our daily life. It will also help students to develop basic reading and writing skills. Location: Franklin School Library 8 classes 49078.01 W 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/9-5/28 Fee: $165 Lab Fee: $25 (included)

Chess(1st-5th) with Berkeley Chess School

If you are new to chess or polishing your skills, come develop your understanding and enjoyment of the King of games. The Berkeley Chess School is a nonprofit organization offering chess instruction to nearly 5,000 children in 150 schools throughout the Bay Area. Omit: 5/26, 5/27, 5/30 8 classes 49130.01 M 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/7-6/2 @ Washington 49130.02 Tu 2:10 pm-3:10 pm 4/8-6/3 @ Lincoln 49130.03 F 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/11-6/6 @ Franklin Fee: $147

Chinese III (1st-5th) with Shihua Wang

This class is for the returning students who attended the Chinese class II in the last year or new students who have learned Chinese at least for two years in the past. While the emphasis of the class is on listening and speaking, it will also encourage students to further develop their reading and writing skills. The class will use "Easy Steps to Chinese 3b� as a textbook. The emphasis of this class is on listening and speaking with phrases used in our daily life. It will also help students to develop basic reading and writing skills. Omit: 5/26 8 classes Location: Franklin Library 49080.01 M 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/7-6/2 Fee: $175 Lab Fee: $25 (included)

Bay Area Chess (K-5th) with Bay Area Chess

What do your kids do for mental education? Chess has proven to be an invaluable educational aide and teaches children analytical skills that are applicable to many other intellectual pursuits. Bay Area Chess offers a fun environment to develop mental skills for students at all levels. A typical class consists of instruction followed by a practice game. Students may be divided in groups based on ability and experience so that each student will receive instruction appropriate for his/ her skill level. Bay Area Chess is a non-profit company serving the Bay Area since 2005. 8 classes Location: McKinley School 49022.01 Tu 2:10 pm-3:10 pm 4/8-5/27 Fee: $147

Around The World (K-5th) with Rainbow Chefs

Learn about cuisine in other countries. We will learn about cultures, foreign fun words, special ingredients, and the cooking techniques of different countries. This will be an amazing trip! 6 classes Location: Washington School 49041.01 Tu 2:10 pm-3:10 pm 4/8-5/13 Fee: $132 Lab Fee: $12 (included)

Dragonfly Jewelry Designers (1st-5th) with Dragonfly Designs

Create customized, stylish jewelry ready for you and your friends to wear! Become your own jewelry designer, where you can choose from a huge selection of hot colors, textures, and unique beads to make one-of-a-kinds pieces. Our classes are designed not only to be fun, but to let you in on some of the most popular jewelry making techniques, such as wire wrapping, fingerknitting, beautiful beading, wrap bracelets and stamping and dapping! We use only the highest quality findings, fresh water pearls, and Czech glass beads to create one piece of new jewelry per class. Our highly trained and fun instructors create a relaxed, encouraging environment all children will love. At Dragonfly Designs, it is our mission to offer exceptional handmade jewelry and the opportunity to create it, while promoting social justice, personal style, and fun. 9 classes 49050.01 Tu 2:10 pm-3:10 pm 4/8-6/3 @ Lincoln 49050.02 Wed 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/9-6/4 @ McKinley Fee: $280 Lab Fee: $45 (included)

USA Food Tour (2nd-5th) with Rainbow Chefs

Come travel with us around the USA to discover regional American cooking. We will be making killer regional favorites. Everywhere you turn there is something new and delicious! 6 classes Location: Roosevelt School 49040.01 Th 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/10-5/15 Fee: $132 Lab Fee: $12 (included)

Dragonfly Designs Mandarin Immersion (K-5th) with Dragonfly Designs

Get a jump on your language abilities by enrolling them in our Jewelry Making in Mandarin class. Students brush up on their Mandarin skills in an alternate classroom setting where workbooks and quizzes are replaced by beautiful beads and exciting jewelry making techniques! Our young jewelry designers will be encouraged by an experienced instructor who is a native speaker to explore their creativity while they are introduced to age-appropriate jewelry-making techniques and unique patterns. Omit: 5/22 8 classes Location: Roosevelt School 49008.01 Th 3:10 pm-4:10 pm 4/10-6/5 Fee: $247 Lab Fee: $40 (included)

Knit Wits Knitting Class (3rd-6th) with Brandy Fleming

A "Project Based" knitting class for students in 3rd-6th grade. Each student will create their own unique coin purse or tablet or phone case. In our class we will learn knitting basics, how to determine gauge, how to increase, decrease, how to sew in fabric lining and buttons and "finish" the project. 4 classes Location: Roosevelt School Library 49025.01 Tu 2:10 pm-3:10 pm 4/8-4/29 49025.02 Tu 2:10 pm-3:10 pm 5/6-5/27 Fee: $96 Lab Fee: $20 (included)

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Adventure Camp @ the Rec Center Have a blast this summer going on scavenger hunts, doing crazy craft projects, playing high energy games, and singing silly camp songs at the top of your lungs. Join Twinkle Toes, Simba, Luna, Nugget, Coco, Lucky, Achilles, PB&J and the rest of the incredible Adventure Camp staff as we go on waterslides, roller coasters, watch live animal shows, and visit the beach boardwalk. Make this a summer to remember at Burlingame Adventure Camp! Each week will be jam packed with fun activities, a field trip and a swim day. Be sure to pack a lunch, snacks, water, and sunscreen.

Young Explorers (entering K-2nd)

Location: Recreation CenterI @ the Recreation Center 70938.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 6/16-6/20 70938.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 6/23-6/27 70938.03 M/Tu/W/Th 9:00 am-4:00 pm 6/30-7/3 Fee: $156R/185NR 70938.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/7-7/11 70938.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/14-7/18 70938.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/21-7/25 70938.07 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/28-8/1 70938.08 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 8/4-8/8 70938.09 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 8/11-8/15 Fee: $195R/$232NR

Discovery Days (entering 3rd-5th)

Location: Recreation Center @ the Recreation Center 70926.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 6/16-6/20 70926.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 6/23-6/27 70926.03 M/Tu/W/Th 9:00 am-4:00 pm 6/30-7/3 Fee: $156R/185NR 70926.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/7-7/11 70926.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/14-7/18 70926.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/21-7/25 70926.07 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/28-8/1 70926.08 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 8/4-8/8 70926.09 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 8/11-8/15 Fee: $195R/$232NR

Extreme Adventures Full Day (6th-9th) with Rec Staff

Location: Washington Lounge Time: 9am-4pm (Wed until 5pm) Fee: $268R/$322NR Friday Trip 70952.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 6/16-6/20 Yerba Buena 70952.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 6/23-6/27 Movies in San Mateo 70952.03 M/Tu/W/Th 6/30-7/3 Fee: $215R/$258NR Giants Game (Th) 70952.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7/7-7/11 Sky High 70952.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7/14-7/18 Exploratorium 70952.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7/21-7/25 CA Academy of Science 70952.07 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7/28-8/1 Lazer Quest 70952.08 M/Tu/W/Th/F 8/4-8/8 Shoreline Aquatic Center 70952.09 M/Tu/W/Th/F 8/11-8/15 Sky High

Everyday Adventures (entering K-8th)

Spend your last week of summer with us! An adventure EVERYDAY! Location: Recreation CenterI @ the Recreation Center 70001.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7:30 am-5:30 pm 8/18-8/22 Fee: $268R/322NR

Field Trip Locations! Adventure Camp Field Trips (All Camps)

All camps will attend the Wednesday field trips. Transportation is provided by Eastshore Charters. Each trip location was chosen because it provides age apporpriate activities for all three camp demographics. All campers will be divided into small groups, and each group will have 2 staff supervising.There will be no on-site camp open on field trip days. For more information on trips, contact the Parks and Rec Office @ 558.7300.

June 18th: June 25th: July 2nd: July 9th: July 16th:

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July 23rd: July 30th: Aug 6th: Aug 13th: Aug 20th:

Great America (Santa Clara) WaterWorld USA (Concord) YE & DD: Phipps Ranch & EA: Boomers Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk (Santa Cruz) Blackberry Farm (Cupertino)

Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department

Six Flags Discovery Kingdom (Vallejo) Raging Waters (San Jose) Great America (Santa Clara) Waterworld USA (Concord) Blackberry Farm (Cupertino)

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Adventure Camp @ the Rec Center Sunrise/Sunset (K-5th) Morning/Afternoon Extended Care with Recreation Staff

Additional hours of supervision, beyond the regular camp day hours, are available for campers of all ages as part of our Sunrise / Sunset Program. Sunrise, from 7:30am9:00am, and Sunset, from 4:00pm-5:30pm, are designed to assist parents who may need a few extra hours of supervision for their camper. Sunrise participants must be picked up no later than 9am, as there is no staff supervison afterwards. Campers enrolled in Sunrise/Sunset must be signed IN/OUT daily by a parent or guardian. Location: Recreation CenterI 5 classes SUNRISE SUNSET 70927.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7:30 am-9:00 am 6/16-6/20 70928.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 4:00 pm-5:30 pm 6/16-6/20 70927.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7:30 am-9:00 am 6/23-6/27 70928.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 4:00 pm-5:30 pm 6/23-6/27 70927.03 M/Tu/W/Th 7:30 am-9:00 am 6/30-7/3 Fee: $32R/$40NR 70928.03 M/Tu/W/Th 4:00 pm-5:30 pm 6/30-7/3 Fee: $32R/$40NR 70927.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7:30 am-9:00 am 7/7-7/11 70928.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 4:00 pm-5:30 pm 7/7-7/11 70927.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7:30 am-9:00 am 7/14-7/18 70928.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 4:00 pm-5:30 pm 7/14-7/18 70927.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7:30 am-9:00 am 7/21-7/25 70928.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 4:00 pm-5:30 pm 7/21-7/25 70927.07 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7:30 am-9:00 am 7/28-8/1 70928.07 M/Tu/W/Th/F 4:00 pm-5:30 pm 7/28-8/1 70927.08 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7:30 am-9:00 am 8/4-8/8 70928.08 M/Tu/W/Th/F 4:00 pm-5:30 pm 8/4-8/8 70927.09 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7:30 am-9:00 am 8/11-8/15 70928.09 M/Tu/W/Th/F 4:00 pm-5:30 pm 8/11-8/15 Fee: $37R/$45NR Fee: $37R/$45NR

Extreme Adventures Get-Away Days (age 13-15) with Recreation Staff

Can’t go to camp all week? Join us for just the field trip. Get the chance to hang out with your friends and the always fun Extreme Adventure staff for the day. Fees include transportation, entrance fees, and supervision. On some trips, lunch is included. Trip hours are 9:00 AM-5:00 PM. Location: Washington Lounge @ the Recreation Center 70830.01 W Great America 9:00 am-5:00 pm 6/18 *Lunch included 70830.02 W WaterWorld USA 9:00 am-5:00 pm 6/25 *Lunch included 70830.03 W Boomers 9:00 am-5:00 pm 7/2 *Bring own lunch 70830.04 W Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk 9:00 am-5:00 pm 7/9 *Bring own lunch or money 70830.05 W Blackberry Farm 9:00 am-5:00 pm 7/16 *Bring own lunch 70830.06 W Six Flags Discovery Kingdom 9:00 am-5:00 pm 7/23 *Lunch included 70830.07 W Raging Waters 9:00 am-5:00 pm 7/30 *Lunch included 70830.08 W Great America 9:00 am-5:00 pm 8/6 *Lunch included 70830.09 W WaterWorld USA 9:00 am-5:00 pm 8/13 *Lunch included 70830.10 W Blackberry Farm 9:00 am-5:00 pm 8/20 *Bring own lunch Fee: $60R/$70NR

Leaders In Training

Are you looking to gain experience working within the community and with youth in a fun environment? The Burlingame Summer Camp staff are looking for teens to volunteer at the 2014 Summer Camp programs (Adventure Camps and Camp Treehouse). The LIT program will help develop leadership skills as well as give participants real world work experience. Application are due 4/18 and can be picked up at the Burlingame Rec Center. All applicants will need to complete an application and participate in an interview. Selected participants will be required to attend a mandatory training day on Saturday June 14th from 9am-Noon. Spaces are limited.

LIT 1: Candidates may select between 1-4 weeks. They will choose either a morning (9am-12:30pm) or afternoon (12:30-4pm) shift; with the option of attending the Wednesday field trip (9am-5pm) LIT 1’s are responsible for assisting staff with supervision of campers and provide programming ideas. LIT 1 candidates must be entering 8th or 9th grade. The cost is $50 per week volunteered. LIT 2: Candidates may select between 2–5 weeks. They will have a shift from 9am-4pm (Wednesday till 5pm). LIT2 candidates are responsible for assisting staff with implementation of camp activities, assist with supervision of campers and provide programming ideas. LIT 2 candidates must be High School age (entering 10th to 12th). The cost is $75 per week volunteered.

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Summer Enrichment Classes Mad Science: NASA: Journey Into Outer Space (K-5th)

Mad Science: Jet Cadets (K-5th) with Mad Science

Mad Science and NASA have teamed up to bring you the excitement and wonder of space in this new voyage of discovery! See the principles of thrust and propulsion at work in a real rocket launch! Explore the atmosphere on earth and beyond! Watch star dust burn, and journey through a galaxy as you investigate the life cycle of stars! Explore the farthest reaches of our solar system and create a lunar eclipse in this "mad" planetary tour! Probe the mysteries of meteors and bounce around satellite light as you learn about space phenomena! Experience the life of an astronaut as you suit up for space flight. This is an experience that is truly out of this world! 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49581.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 6/23-6/27 Fee: $239

Mad Science: Little Green Thumbs (K-2nd) with Mad Science

It's a bird! No, it's a plane! No, it’s...everything from the earliest flying machines to the first rocket flights! This hands-on program will let you learn all about aerodynamics and the world above us. Explore the basic principles of flight, build airplanes, test them in wind tunnels, ride a hovercraft and construct balloon copters! Discover the mysteries of the galaxy, learn about celestial navigation, and take home a rocket that you have built yourself! Location: McKinley School 5 classes 49704.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/21-7/25 Fee: $239 49704.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-3:00 pm 7/21-7/25 Fee: $319

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Blossoming minds will love this week! Specially designed for the inquisitive pre-K or kindergartener, this week teaches all about the amazing things that happen in the garden. Explore how things start to grow in the ground, and learn that plants, fruits and vegetables start from seeds! Learn what seeds need to grow and where they get those things as we study weather! Discover the role that bugs and butterflies play in making your garden grow! Please note that most or all activities are conducted indoors for the safety of the children. Location: McKinley School 5 classes 49700.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 6/23-6/27

Mad Science Camp: Spy Academy (K-5 ) with Mad Science th

Look out 007-the Mad Science Spy Academy is here! From decoding messages to metal detectors and night vision, campers will have the opportunity to check out spy equipment and even create their own edible message. Step into the shoes of a detective as you uncover the science involved in evidence gathering and analysis. Figure out the science of forensics in a hands-on look at crime scenes. Become a super spy and learn clever ways of performing tasks as we take a hands-on view of the science that spies use! Location: McKinley School 5 classes 49586.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/14-7/18 Fee: $239 49586.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-3:00 pm 7/14-7/18 Fee: $319

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Casita Spanish Camps (age 4-9) with Casita De Los Ninos

Summer Fun- Spanish Fun- Super fun! Every week, a different set of activities. Scanvenger Hunts, science experiments, pinatas, tres leches, pan dulce, jugar de agua, sports, dancing, singing, cultural art, and traditional Spanish kids games. All fun! It is summer, after all. Kids ages 4-9 will have an awesome time in Spanish (and English too!) Watch our videos at: www.casitadelosninos.com or www. casitaforkids.com. See you soon. Hasta la vista. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49222.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 am 6/23-6/27 49222.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 am 7/7-7/11 49222.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 am 7/14-7/18 49222.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 am 7/21-7/25 49222.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 am 8/4-8/8 Fee: $335R/$395NR Lab Fee: $25 (included)

Mad Science: "Fizz"-ical Phenomena & Che-Myst (K-5th) with Mad Science

Take a walk on the wild side in this crazy week of sleuth science. Have a ton of fun as we whip up potions and experiment with all kinds of chemical reactions, including growing our own crystals, making sidewalk chalk, and a chromatography t-shirt to keep. Mix it up as we experiment with molecular madness, radical reactions and “fizz”-ical and chemical reactions. Discover what those crazy chemists are really up to in their laboratories. Then use everything you’ve learned to solve the Mad Science Mystery; even Sherlock couldn’t figure this one out! Location: McKinley School 5 classes 49703.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/7-7/11 Fee: $239 49703.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-3:00 pm 7/7-7/11 Fee: $319

Summer Musical Theatre Camp (age 8-14) with Cathy Foxhoven

S u m m e r M u s i c a l Th e at re Ca m p Pre s e nt s : BYE BYE B I R D I E Must be 8 at the time of registration or having just finished 8th grade.

The Summer Musical Theatre Camp is excited to offer the musical production of BYE BYE BIRDIE. The musical tells the story of a rock and roll singer who is about to be inducted into the army. The singer, Conrad Birdie, an Elvis Presley type, has a pompadour and thick sideburns; he wears gaudy gold costumes and speaks in a rugged voice. Conrad will bid a typical American teenage girl goodbye with an all-American kiss. Kim MacAfee in Sweet Apple, Ohio wins the honor. All of the phones in her town are already busy during The Telephone Hour as Kim has just been pinned to Hugo, a local boy. She is a pretty girl of fifteen and sings with a springlike ardor How Lovely to Be a Woman, An English Teacher, What Did I Ever See in Him?, Put on a Happy Face, One Boy, A Lot of Livin' to Do, Kids, Rosie, and Spanish Rose are musical theatre classics. This is the tops in imagination and good old fashion fun. Participants should bring a bag lunch and snacks each day. Wear comfortable clothing. Please note: Due to the unique nature of this camp THERE WILL NOT BE ANY REFUNDS OR CREDITS GIVEN FOR ANY REASON!

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Lights, Camera, Reaction! Picture yourself as Sir Isaac Newton in this Mad Science camp as we discover how things move with science! Experiment with inertia and gravity as you learn what football players, ballet dancers, and scientists have in common. Explore how equipment and movement work together to help you enjoy your favorite sports! Learn about photography and the movie making process as we examine how a camera works, how film captures light and stores images, how motion pictures got started, and how filmmakers make images move! Spend some time in the lab learning the tools and techniques that real chemists use, and perform some spectacular hands-on experiments! Location: McKinley School 5 classes 49702.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $239

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Note: Registration does NOT guarantee a major role. Major roles will be given based on many criteria: 1) talent 2) experience 3) character type (if you would like an explanation of this, please contact the instructor) 4) age 5) diction 6) projection 7) ability to take direction 8) behavior 9) ability to read 10) attendance on day of casting. Performances will be held on 7/25 at 7pm and 7/26 at 1pm. Location: BIS Music Room 15 classes 42063.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-3:00 pm 7/7-7/25 Fee: $525 Lab Fee: $25 (included)

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Summer Enrichment Classes Game Design: Beginning To Advanced (3rd-5th) with Freshi Films

Improve your game design skills and impress friends and family with your unique video game! Advanced gamers learn new game design techniques including multiple character animations and platform style games. Beginners work in pairs and are introduced to character creation, background design, and building a complete video game level. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49033.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 6/23-6/27 49033.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $175

My First Movie! (K-3rd) with Freshi Films

Learn the secrets of filmmaking in a fun, relaxed and engaging atmosphere! Using handheld video cameras and editing software, students produce an original film, integrating simple special effects, sound effects, and a musical score. Students learn about the entire filmmaking process and learn skills in production, directing, story development, acting, and more! Films can be uploaded on a flash drive and shared with friends and family. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49055.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 6/23-6/27 Fee: $175

My First Animated Movie! (K-3rd) with Freshi Films

Young animators learn computer software techniques to create digitally animated characters and stories. In this class, participants will learn skills that help with computer drawing, character creation and movement, voiceover work and character interaction and speech. In small groups of two or three, students will focus on learning introductory computer animation techniques and will create original characters and short animated stories. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49056.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $175

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The Freshi Media App Design class is a fun and exciting introduction for students who want to learn different aspects of computer based App Design. Utilizing Multimedia Fusion 2 software, students work closely with instructors to create computer based apps. Students will complete fun game based apps and practical utility apps into their final project. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49020.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/14-7/18 Fee: $175

Reading & Math (K-5th) with Divya Kunchala

This class is a great way to develop reading and math skills for kids. Students will be encouraged to learn in a fun way according to their abilities. Half of the class will be spent on reading and the other half spent on math problems. Location: McKinley School 49011.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/21-7/25 Fee: $250

Monster Camp (K-5th) with Young Rembrandts

Boys and girls are going to love these inventive, original, and playful monsters! Learn to draw wild faces, exaggerated features, and scary bodies. Children will learn a variety of basic cartoon techniques, while enjoying the fun our creature The -monster under the bed, the -closet monster and many more will appear, along with a multitude of original monster characters! Pencils, color pencils, markers, and Sharpies will be used. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49057.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 6/23-6/27 Fee: $270 Lab Fee: $10 (included)

Castle Camp (K-5th) with Young Rembrandts

We will jump into medieval times as we explore the land of castles, knights, and dragons. Boys and girls alike will enjoy this exciting workshop filled with adventure. We will draw a variety of characters and items familiar to this time, including knights in armor, jesters juggling, jousters, catapults, and more. We will even take our castle there and enter the funny land of cartoons as we illustrate the humor of the time. Two large scenes will be created including one of a large castle with a moat and the other of a fiery dragon full of detail and color. Join us this summer for many adventures from this long-ago time. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49058.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/21-7/25 Fee: $270 Lab Fee: $10 (included)

Under The Sea Camp (K-5th) with Young Rembrandts

What a great opportunity to draw original Young Rembrandts’ fish characters! Our fish characters will consist of sharks, jelly fish, octopus, and others. We will give our fish characters expressions and will pace them in fun, action scenes. On our final day, we will draw a large scene of the coral reef environment, inviting a great opportunity to use a variety of colors and textures. Our creative juices will flow as we develop new and fun characters! Pencils, markers, and Sharpies will be used. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49059.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $270 Lab Fee: $10 (included)

Magic Camp (K-5th) with Jeanne Fields, Magic Jeanne It's All About The Media! (1st-8th) with Cathy Foxhoven

“It’s All About the Media” will be an exploration of TV commercials, voiceover/ animation and radio drama. The day will begin with “Quiet on the Set! Camera’s Rolling.” Students will learn what it’s like to be in a television commercial and they will get to see themselves on camera. After lunch, students will embark on “That’s All Folks!” Students will learn how to do radio commercials, TV voiceovers, and even record their own cartoon voice. The last part of the day ends with “Ye Old Fashioned Radio Drama”; a class designed to act out stories over the radio, using your own sound effects. There will be a final performance for the family on the last day of class. The camp runs from 10AM-2:30PM. Please bring a lunch to camp every day. 10 classes Location: Recreation Center 42501.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-2:30 pm 7/28-8/8 Fee: $339R/$465NR Lab Fee: $2 (included)

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Learn magic tricks from everyday items and actual magic props. Build your confidence through learning how to perform in front of an audience. You will learn several tricks at each session and the last session is performance day for those who choose to will perform in front or your family and friends. This type magic is called close up/sleight of hand magic but most of you are here to have fun. Location: Recreation Center 10 classes 42559.01 Sa 10:00 am-11:00 am 6/21-8/23 Fee: $200R/$238NR

Young Creators: Video Game Design (1st-5th) with Freshi Films

Learn how to create your own virtual worlds and design a unique and interactive video game with Freshi Game Design! Beginning Game Developers work in pairs to conceive, design, and build their own original computer game. Everything created for their game is original to the team-the characters, the action, the background, the music, and the format. Students use creative and critical thinking to complete their games and build teamwork skills working in partners. Location: McKinley School 49039.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/14-7/18 5 classes Fee: $175

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Summer Enrichment Classes Chess(1st-5th) with Berkeley Chess School

Bay Area Chess (K-5th) with Bay Area Chess

If you are new to chess or polishing your skills, come develop your understanding and enjoyment of the King of games. The Berkeley Chess School is a nonprofit organization offering chess instruction to nearly 5,000 children in 150 schools throughout the Bay Area. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49130.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/7-7/11 49130.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/21-7/25 Fee: $129

What do your kids do for mental education? Chess has proven to be an invaluable educational aide and teaches children analytical skills that are applicable to many other intellectual pursuits. Bay Area Chess offers a fun environment to develop mental skills for students at all levels. A typical class consists of instruction followed by a practice game. Students may be divided in groups based on ability and experience so that each student will receive instruction appropriate for his/her skill level. Location: McKinley School 5 classes 49022.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 6/23-6/27 49022.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/14-7/18 Fee: $147

Knit Camp By Knit Wits (4th-8th grade) with Brandy Fleming

A "Project Based" knitting day camp for students going into 4th-8th grade. Each student will create their own unique tablet or phone case or coin purse. In our camp we will learn knitting basics, how to determine gauge, how to increase, decrease, how to sew in fabric lining, and buttons and "finish" the project. We will also have fun learning to dye our own yarn, make pom-poms and a storage bag for our supplies. Returning students will learn to read a pattern, choose their own project pattern (with guidance) to complete a totally new project. Location: Recreation Center 5 classes 49066.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/21-7/25 49066.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $182 Lab Fee: $20 (included)

Chess Wizards (K-5th) with Chess Wizards

See Description on Page 28 Location: Recreation Center 49016.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm Fee: $220R/$262NR

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Pre-Engineering using LEGOs (K-1st) with Play-Well TEKnologies

Let your imagination run wild with over 100,000 pieces of LEGO! Build engineerdesigned projects such as boats, bridges, mazes, and motorized cars, and use special pieces to create your own unique designs. Explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO building system with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. This is an ideal way to prepare young builders for the challenge of Engineering FUNdamentals. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49592.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/21-7/25 Fee: $191

Dragonfly Design Jewelry & Art Camp (K-5th) with Dragonfly Designs

Light up your child's week with the colors of summer from our stunning bead collection with Dragonfly Designs Jewelry Making & Art Summer Camp! Our experienced instructors lead campers in this unmatched San Francisco Bay Area day camp to complete elaborate take-home jewelry pieces & art projects any designers would be proud of. Campers greet each other with games promoting friendship then dive into the big project of the day. Whether it be wool felted beads, polymer clay, handmade paper beads, resin, glass bead stringing, wire work, and more! Finished jewelry creations will be taken home at the end of each day. A variety of accessories from necklaces to earrings (we have clip-ons too!) and even feather hair extensions are all part of Dragonfly Designs' featured techniques. Our highly trained instructors are college educated and many are jewelry designers and practicing artists in the San Francisco Bay Area. Through their expert instruction and experience with children they are able to help students tap into their creativity to express it in a colorful, wearable form. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49900.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/21-7/25 49900.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $325

Engineering FUNdamentals using LEGOs Camp (2nd-5th) with Play-Well TEKnologies

Power up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and over 100,000 pieces of LEGO! Apply real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as arch bridges, skyscrapers, motorized cars, and the Battletrack! Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning students to engineer at the next level. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49593.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/21-7/25 Fee: $191

Ninjaneering using LEGO (K-1st) with Play-Well TEKnologies

Jedi Engineering (K-1st) with Play-Well TEKnologies

Ninjaneering Masters using LEGO (2nd-5th)

Jedi Master Engineering (2nd-5th) with Play-Well TEKnologies

Enter the world of Ninjago and become an apprentice Ninjaneer! Learn the way of Spinjitzu, build the Fire Temple, race Skull Trucks, and encounter the mighty Dragon! Imagine and build unique and fun projects with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor while exploring the fantasy world of Ninjago. This an ideal way to prepare young Ninjaneers for the challenge of Ninjaneering Masters with Lego Camp. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49065.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/7-7/11 Fee: $191

Young Jedi will explore worlds far, far away and engineering principles right in front of them. Defeat the Empire by designing and refining X-Wings, R2-units, and settlements on far-flung edges of the galaxy. Imagination and engineering combine to create motorized and architectural projects such as energy catapults, shield generators and defense turrets. A new offering of original designs for young Jedi from Play-Well TEKnologies. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49605.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/14-7/18 Fee: $191 The Force is strong in this class. Build complex machines and structures based on the best designs from a galaxy far, far away. Projects include X-Wings, AT-AT walkers, Pod Racers, Star Destroyers, Cloud Cities, settlements, and fortresses. Play-Well's Jedi instructors reinforce key engineering concepts such as gear trains, worm drives, pneumatics, eccentric motion, and more as students tap into the powerful forces of imagination and engineering. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49003.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/14-7/18 Fee: $191

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Master the world of Ninjago by becoming a Ninjaneer! Tame the Ice Dragon, motorize your Blade Cycle, design the Dark Fortress, and hone your Spinjitzu battle skills! In this advanced LEGO camp, Ninjaneering masters will learn real world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture while exploring the fantasy world of Ninjago. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49901.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/7-7/11 Fee: $191

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Stranded on an abandoned island - surrounded by darkness, cold temperatures, wild animals, and other dangers. Students in this camp will join tribes and compete in various engineering-related challenges against other tribes to survive and eventually escape the harsh island conditions. Join us in the first ever Engineering for Kids Survivor challenge - Engineer's Cove. The full day camp is paired with the Lego EV3 Rescue Robots class. 5 classes Location: Recreation Center 49151.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 6/23-6/27 Fee: $235 49151.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 6/23-6/27 Fee: $395

Lego EV3 Rescue Robots (2nd-5th) with Engineering For Kids

During the LEGO EV3 Rescue Robots classes, students design and program robots to simulated disaster situations such as moving rubble and retrieving targets. Students will use the latest LEGO EV3 Robotics and computers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork. Register for the full day class to also take Engineer's Cove. 5 classes Location: Recreation Center 49152.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 6/23-6/27 Fee: $250

How Amusing (2nd-5th) with Engineering For Kids

Ah, the thrill of an amusement park...zipping around on race cars, zooming through the loops of a roller coaster, trying your luck at a floating boat game, and enjoying a cold refreshing ice cream treat at the end of a hot sticky day. Can't get better than that! Students will divide into competitive theme park teams. They will challenge other teams in specific engineering-related contests with the goal of creating the most fantastic and thrilling theme park experience. At the end of the week, only one team will emerge as the winner and will be granted the prestigious honor of creating the world's next greatest amusement park for children ages 0-99 to enjoy for summers to come. Sign up for the full day camp to also experience Lego EV3 Mindstorms. 5 classes Location: Recreation Center 49153.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $252 49153.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $395

Lego EV3 Mindstorms (2nd-5th) with Engineering For Kids

Students will learn to design, program, and control fully functional robotic models. They will use software to plan, test, and modify sequences of instructions for a variety of life-like robotic behaviors. They will also learn to collect and analyze data from the robot's sensors. This program will provide a series of real-life activities, covering topics within science, technology, engineering, and mathematics all using the latest LEGO EV3 Robotics. Register for the full day camp to also experience How Amusing. 5 classes Location: Recreation Center 49154.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $250

Engineering Olympiad (2nd-5th) with Engineering For Kids

Who has the strength to be a world-class athlete? In this camp, students will separate into counties and will compete against opposing counties in various tests of mental and creative strength. The students will earn "medals" throughout the week and will endeavor to become the next great team of Olympians. This class can be paired with the Lego EV3 Robotics-Olympics class to make it a full day camp. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49155.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/14-7/18 Fee: $235 49155.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/14-7/18 Fee: $395

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Lego EV3 Robotics-Olympics (2nd-5th) with Engineering For Kids

During the Lego EV3 Robotics Olympics classes, students design and program robots to compete in simulated Olympic events as sprinting in a race, throwing a basketball, and shooting a puck into a hockey goal. Students use the latest Lego EV3 Robotics and computers to learn principles of robotics, computer programming, and teamwork. This class can be paired with the Engineering Olympiads class to make a full day camp. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49156.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/14-7/18 Fee: $250

Wreck It Week (2nd-5th) with Engineering For Kids

Smash! Crash! BOOM! Students in this camp will join Wrecking Companies for the week and will attempt to work their way up the ranks of their company from Intern to President. They will compete against other wrecking companies in various engineering-related challenges, such as building a bridge from balsawood and constructing safety mechanisms to protect a raw egg from impact. Put on your hard hats and safety goggles and join the fun! This class can be paired with the Electronic Game Design: Platform Games to make it a full day camp. Location: McKinley School 5 classes 49157.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/21-7/25 Fee: $235 49157.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/21-7/25 Fee: $350

Electronic Game Design: Platform Games (2nd-5th) with Engineering For Kids

Students will have the opportunity to create their own video game in this fun, stimulating electronic game design program for kids! Just about every child has helped a plumber in a red jumpsuit and his brother defeat their enemies in a two dimensional world. Students will get to take their characters on an adventure through whatever world they can imagine. After learning how to make a game, students will have a copy of their final project to play at home. This class can be paired with the Wreck-It Week class to make it a full day camp. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49158.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/21-7/25 Fee: $175

Heroes Week (2nd-5th) with Engineering For Kids

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's...Heroes Week! Students will join other engineers their age as they seek ways to protect the world and save mankind in the process. They will join a league of heroes and will compete against other leagues by performing engineering-related challenges, such as saving an ecosystem from a potentially lethal oil spill. Only one group will end the week as the ultimate league of super heroes! This class can be paired with the Electronic Game Design: Invader Defense Games class to make it a full day camp. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49159.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/7-7/11 Fee: $235 49159.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/7-7/11 Fee: $350

Electronic Game Design: Invader Defense Games (2nd-5th) with Engineering For Kids

Students will have the opportunity to create their own video game in this fun, stimulating electronic game design program for kids! Many students enjoy activities such as catapults and rockets so why not let the students build them into a video game? Whether students wish to fire marshmallows, or missiles, they will get to build a complete video game from start to finish. After learning how to make a game, students will have a copy of their final project to play at home. This class can be paired with the Heroes Week class to make it a full day camp. Location: McKinley School 5 classes 49160.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 1:00 pm-4:00 pm 7/7-7/11 Fee: $175

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Summer Enrichment Classes Restaurtant Challenge (K-5th) with Rainbow Chefs

Tree Frog Treks (4-5 yrs/Entering 1st-4th)

Want to run your own restaurant? Learn how to set up different stations and work as a team. From checking in produce, to creating your menu, to serving your customers- This camp is a BLAST! 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49042.01 M/Tu/W/Th 9:00 am-3:00 pm 6/23-6/27 Fee: $320 Lab Fee: $30 (included)

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Food Science (K-5th) with Rainbow Chefs

Food is science and science is food in this delicious camp full of culinary experiments. Learn why 350 degrees is the optimum baking temperature, and why we level measurements to have our recipes come out perfect! Location: McKinley School 5 classes 49044.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-3:00 pm 7/7-7/11 Fee: $320 Lab Fee: $30 (included)

Where the Wild Things Are: Biodiversity Bonanza

Investigate life found in various biomes around the globe, such as: rainforests, deserts, arctic habitats, and the seas. How has life evolved to survive in different climates around the world? How about humans? We live almost everywhere on planet Earth, finding food to eat and building homes. Some areas harbor great biodiversity, and in others, life is bleak. Take a closer look and figure out what makes each place unique! Envision it! Build it! Kid Creations! 5 classes Sign up for multiple sessions. Location: Washington Park Each week a different theme.

Summertime Classics (K-5th) with Rainbow Chefs

Learn how to make delicious Summer recipes using fresh bounty and local produce. We will make fresh salads, mouth watering fruit recipes and classic summertime fare. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49043.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-3:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $320 Lab Fee: $30 (included)

Green Frogs: 4-5 yrs Your young scientists will not be bored! 47207.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-1:00 pm 7/28-8/1 47207.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-1:00 pm 8/4-8/9 47207.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-1:00 pm 8/11-8/15 Fee: $299 Lab Fee: $50 (included) Golden Geckos: Entering 1st-4th Grade 47208.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/28-8/1 47208.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 8/4-8/9 47208.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 8/11-8/15 Fee: $399 Lab Fee: $50 (included)

Club De Libro Camp (K-5th) with Paulina Hidalgo

Bring your child to have a great experience practicing their Spanish in our Club de Libro (Book Club). The kids will enjoy talking, writing, reading, playing and singing in Spanish. They will improve their grammar, increase vocabulary and enrich their oral expression by sharing with the group their ideas of the book we'll read together. They will feel confident and happy to practice their Spanish. About the instructor: Born and raised in Mexico City, Paulina majored in Biology in Mexico City and has over 7 years of experience teaching Spanish to adults and children using different methods. Please bring snack. 5 classes Location: McKinley School 49063.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $123R/$148NR Lab Fee: $25 (included)

Camp Me! will be offering several weeks of fun camp experience to extend the summer school day. Get involved in fun topics like Contraption Action, Mad Lab, Anato-Me, and Science of Sleuthing! Look for more information in your summer school invitation or on our website at www.burlingame.org/rec.

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Summer Sports Camps Serve And Splash (age 5-13) with Racquetsmith

Does your child love Swimming and Tennis? If so sign up for Serve and Splash which will be held at the Burlingame Aquatic Center directly after Tennis Camp. COST INCLUDES TENNIS AND SWIM. Trained leaders will pick up the participants enrolled in Serve and Splash after Tennis camp, and walk them to the pool. Participants will enjoy swimming and water games at the Burlingame Aquatics Center, and be supervised by our trained staff. Serve and Splash will end at 3:15pm. Please pick your child up promptly at 3:15pm at the parking lot on Oak Grove. Leaders for Serve and Splash are trained in Water Safety, First Aid and CPR. The ratio for 5-7 year olds is 6:1, and 8-13 year olds is 10:1. Participants should bring a bathing suit, racquet, sunscreen, a towel and bag lunch everyday. Location: BHS Courts 5 classes 82251.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:15 pm 6/16-6/19 4 classes Fee: $161R/$191NR 82251.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:15 pm 6/23-6/27 82251.04 M/Tu/W/Th 10:00 am-3:15 pm 6/30-7/3 4 classes Fee: $161R/$191NR 82251.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:15 pm 7/7-7/11 82251.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:15 pm 7/14-7/18 82251.07 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:15 pm 7/21-7/25 82251.08 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:15 pm 7/28-8/1 82251.09 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:15 pm 8/4-8/8 Fee: $199R/$236NR

Baseball Camp-Starting Line-Up (age 6-12) with Jeff Hipps Scout for the Colorado Rockies

A different approach to youth baseball for those wishing to improve their level of play. The Starting Line-Up Baseball Camps offers fundamentals in throwing, hitting, fielding mechanics, outfield play, and base-running. Afternoon scrimmages will help participants develop these new skills. Our staff prides itself in hands-on instruction and helping each camper enjoy his or her baseball experience. Come out to the ball park this summer and get ready for the next season. Campers who are 6 years old must have played on a baseball team or organized league in order to participate in the baseball camp. Those without experience, should register for t-ball camp. Campers should bring a lunch each day. Check out our website www.startinglineupbaseball.com. 5 classes Location: Bayside Park 72205.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:00 pm 6/16-6/20 72205.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:00 pm 6/23-6/27 72205.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:00 pm 7/7-7/11 72205.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:00 pm 7/14-7/18 72205.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:00 pm 7/21-7/25 72205.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:00 pm 8/4-8/8 Fee: $225R/$268NR

Starting Line Up Girls Softball Camp (age 8-12) with Jeff Hipps, Scout for the Colorado Rockies

This camp is designed for junior golfers that have never played before or players who are still new to the game. This one week golf camp provides beginner golfers a fun and fulfilling interest towards the game of golf. The youth golf camp will work on long game, short game, mental game and golf etiquette. Location: Burlingame Golf Center 5 classes 84147.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 3:00 pm-5:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $161R/$185NR Lab Fee: $28 (included)

Starting Line Up Baseball announces a softball camp just for girls! Come out to the field this summer to improve your softball fundamentals in hitting, fielding mechanics, outfield play, base-running and pitching. Campers will play scrimmages each afternoon. The camp will be staffed by female athletes from the top collegiate softball programs in California. 5 classes Location: Ray Park 72180.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-2:00 pm 6/23-6/27 72180.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-2:00 pm 7/7-7/11 Fee: $160R/$190NR

Summer Tennis Camp (age 5-16) with Racquetsmith

Starting Line Up T-Ball Camp (age 4-6)

Burlingame Youth Golf Camp (age 7-14) with Jasmine Chin

A fun-filled and instruction-packed week designed to keep tennis players of all levels of experience from 5-13 years old active during the summer months. Players will be divided by age and ability, then assigned drills and instruction. To enhance play skills of less experienced players, all players will learn scoring, rules and etiquette fundamentals. Participants must bring a racquet, lunch/snack and drink. Location: BHS Courts 5 classes 82250.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-1:00 pm 6/16-6/19 Fee: 104R/122NR 82250.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-1:00 pm 6/23-6/27 82250.03 M/Tu/W/Th 10:00 am-1:00 pm 6/30-7/3 Fee: 104R/122NR 82250.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-1:00 pm 7/7-7/11 82250.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-1:00 pm 7/14-7/18 82250.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-1:00 pm 7/21-7/25 82250.07 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-1:00 pm 7/28-8/1 82250.08 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-1:00 pm 8/4-8/8 82250.09 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-1:00 pm 8/11-8/15 @ Wash. Courts 82250.10 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-1:00 pm 8/18-8/22 @ Wash. Courts Fee: $127R/$150NR

with Jeff Hipps, Scout for the Colorado Rockies

Starting Line Up Baseball is excited to offer a new camp for 4-6 year olds interested in t-ball. Campers will learn the fundamentals of the game and play daily scrimmages. Camp is Monday-Thursday from 9:00 am-11:30 am. Each camper receives a t-shirt. Check out our website at www.startinglineupbaseball.com. Location: Bayside Park 4 classes 72174.01 M/Tu/W/Th 9:00 am-11:30 am 6/23-6/26 72174.02 M/Tu/W/Th 9:00 am-11:30 am 7/7-7/10 72174.03 M/Tu/W/Th 9:00 am-11:30 am 7/21-7/24 Fee: $130R/$154NR

Volleyball Camp Girls (Grades 4th-6th) with Steve Picchi

The basic skills and strategies of volleyball will be covered; bumping, setting, spiking, serving, blocking, etc. Basic offensive and defensive team strategies will be included. In addition to skill development, games will be played each day. Each participant will receive a camp t-shirt. Campers should bring a bag lunch each day. 4 classes Location: BIS Gym 1 72906.01 M/Tu/W/Th 10:00 am-2:00 pm 6/23-6/26 72906.02 M/Tu/W/Th 10:00 am-2:00 pm 7/28-7/31 Fee: $124R/$146NR

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Summer Sports Camps Skyhawks Flag Football (age 6-12) with Skyhawks

British Sports Camp (age 6-13) with Challenger Sports Corp

Skyhawks flag football is the perfect program for your young athletes who want a complete introduction to America's Game or for those who simply want to brush up on their skills in preparation for league play. Through our 'skill of the day' campers will learn skills on both sides of the ball including the core components of passing, catching, and de-flagging or defensive positioning - all presented in a fun & positive environment. The week ends with the Skyhawks Sports Bowl, giving participants a chance to showcase their skills on the gridiron! All campers receive a t-shirt and a merit award! Participants should wear appropriate clothing and running shoes; bring two snacks, a water bottle, and sunscreen. This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate football player. Location: Ray Park 5 classes 72149.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/14-7/18 72149.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 8/4-8/8 Fee: $171R/$203NR

Challenger's team of British coaches will provide your boys and girls ages 6-13, with a week of non-stop action, fun and competition, all with a British twist-a camp to remember! Your children will enjoy the games that kids play on the other side of the Atlantic every day, including: Tag Rugby, Non-Stop Cricket, Rounders, Five-a-side Football (Soccer), Kick Ball, British Bull Dogs, Team Relays and Obstacle Courses. The British coaching staff will help kids of all abilities to succeed and have fun at these new and exciting games. With just a little instruction, each child will be ready to jump into the games and find out what makes the most popular games in Britain. No boring drills, just plenty of action, activity and loads of fun. Location: Washington Park 5 classes 72902.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 6/23-6/27 Fee: $174R/$206NR

Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Camp (age 4-7) with Skyhawks

This multi-sport program was developed to give children a positive first step into athletics. The essentials of baseball, basketball and soccer are taught in a safe, structured environment with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun. Our Mini-Hawk games and activities were designed to allow campers to explore balance, movement, hand/eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace. Skyhawks staff are trained to handle the specific needs of young athletes. All campers receive a t-shirt and a player skill card! Participants should wear appropriate clothing and running shoes; bring two snacks, a water bottle, and sunscreen. This camp is perfect for the beginning athlete. Location: Ray Park 5 classes 72037.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 6/16-6/20 @ Ray Park 72037.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/21-7/25 @ Washington 72037.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/28-8/1 @ Ray Park 72037.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 8/4-8/8 @ Washington Fee: $171R/$203NR

Youth Sailing Summer Camp (age 8-12) with Coyote Point Yacht Club

Your child begins in a safe protected environment inside the marina. The Coyote Point Yacht Club is offering sailing lessons for children ages 8-12 who wish to learn to sail and/or improve their sailing skills.The program is designed to instruct the young sailing enthusiast in basic sailing skills and boating safety and to instill in them the joy of sailing. Instruction is provided on how to set up and sail a small boat, how to handle the wind and proper boating etiquette. CPYC uses a fleet of Optimist sailboats which is an introductory sailboat for the novice to intermediate students.An experienced staff of sailing instructors will put the young mariners through their paces in a comfortable, safe, positive and fun environment. A 10% discount is given to a second family member registering in the same session please speak to recreation staff to get discount. 5 classes Location: Coyote Point Yacht Club-820 Coyote Point Drive, San Mateo 72010.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 6/16-6/20 72010.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 6/23-6/27 72010.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/7-7/11 72010.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/14-7/18 72010.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/21-7/25 72010.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-4:00 pm 7/28-8/1 Fee: $375

Skyhawks Multi-Sport (age 6-12) with Skyhawks

Our Multi-Sport camp is designed to introduce young athletes to a variety of different sports in one setting. For this camp we combine multiple sports (soccer, baseball and flag football) into one fun-filled week. Athletes will learn the rules and essentials of each sport through skill-based games and scrimmages. By the end of the week, your child will walk away with knowledge of multiple sports along with vital life lessons such as respect, teamwork, and self-discipline. All campers receive a t-shirt and a players skill card! Participants should wear appropriate clothing and running shoes; bring a lunch, a snack, a water bottle, and sunscreen. This camp is perfect for the beginning to intermediate athlete. Location: Ray Park 5 classes 72020.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-3:00 pm 7/21-7/25 Fee: $209R/$248NR

AYSO Camp (age 5-12) with UK International Soc

Are you looking for the "Best Possible Soccer Experience"? AYSO Soccer Camps offer a quality program that combines education with fun. Established in 1990, our success and reputation in built upon the quality of our coaching staff.-Certified coaches from Great Britain and Europe-Professionally screened and background checked- Positive role models and leaders- Committed to developing children. Curriculum is age appropriate and implemented in a safe, player-friendly environment. Our program is available to all ability levels with a limited player to coach ratio. Each player receives a t-shirt, evaluation, and a companion ticket to the San Jose Earthquakes. Don't miss out! Participants must have shin guards, water bottle, and sunscreen each day. 5 classes Age 5-6 years 72096.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-10:30 am 6/16-6/20 @ Murrary 72096.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-10:30 am 7/14-7/18 @ Wash. Park 72096.03 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-10:30 am 8/11-8/15 @ Murrary 72096.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-10:30 am 8/18-8/22 @ Wash. Park Fee: $100R/$117NR Lab fee: $2 (included) Age 6-12 years 72096.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 6/16-6/20 @ Murrary 72096.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/14-7/18 @ Wash. Park 72096.07 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 8/11-8/15 @ Murrary 72096.08 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 8/18-8/22 @ Wash. Park Fee: $148R/$173NR Lab fee: $2 (included)

Cheerleading Camp (age 6-12) with Skyhawks

Skyhawks cheerleading teaches young athletes all the essential skills to lead the crowd and support the home team. Skyhawks' cheer camp will ensure that each camper will learn cheers, proper hand and body movements as well as jumping techniques. There is no stunting, just a big focus on fun while each cheerleader learns important life skills such as teambuilding and leadership. The week concludes with a choreographed performance and a chance to cheer at a Skyhawks football tournament (also taking place at Ray Park)! Participants should bring: Appropriate clothing, snacks, water bottle, athletic shoes and sunscreen. Location: Ray Park 5 classes 72060.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/14-7/18 72060.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 8/4-8/8 Fee: $171R/$203NR

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Summer Sports Camps Joe Dito Lady's Panther Camp (4th-8th) with Joe Dito

Since 2003, Coach Dito has been committed to providing girls from grammar to high school the opportunity to learn basketball fundamentals in a fun environment. Lady Panther Camp is geared towards providing instruction to its campers through a fun and exciting atmosphere. The camp will teach your child skills including footwork, ball handling, shooting, and passing. Along with daily instruction and skill-building, campers have the opportunity to learn goal setting, sportsmanship, and communication. The camp is open to incoming 4th through 8th graders. Our campers are divided by age and experience as well as any personal preferences. The campers will be grouped with current Burlingame High School basketball players as well. All participants receive a FREE micro-tech camp T-shirt with registration. Boys are welcome to join! 5 classes Location: BIS Gym 1 72008.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 8:15 am-12:00 pm 7/14-7/18 Fee: $195R/$232NR

Skill Development Basketball Camp (4th-8th) with Jeff Dowd

This camp is designed as an intense day-long fundamentals and skill based improvement camp. All levels welcome. Players are grouped by age and ability. This camp offers the chance to take your game to the next level, through drills, station work and competition. Free camp shirt included. Lunch will be provided at additional cost each day. Speak with Coach Dowd for details. 5 classes Location: BIS Gym 1 72218.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-3:00 pm 7/7-7/11 72218.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-3:00 pm 7/21-7/25 Fee: $225R/$268NR

Field Hockey Camp (age 7-13) with National Academy Of Athlectics

The Field Hockey Camps by National Academy of Athletics was developed to help beginners through intermediate players improve their skill sets with the opportunity to become better field hockey players in a fun, positive environment. Each camp offers great skill training, scrimmaging, camper bonding, and fun! For more information visit www.nationalacademyofathletics.com. 5 classes Location: Washington Park 72006.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 9:00 am-12:00 pm 7/7-7/11 Fee: $159R/$188NR

Burlingame Parks & Recreation Facilities Guide FACILITY & ADDRESS

Acres Playground

ALPINE PLAYGROUND • Alpine & Carolan Avenues

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BAYSIDE FIELDS • 1125 Airport Blvd.

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Restroom

Picnic Area

Tennis

Basketball

Soccer Baseball/Softball

BOCCE BALL COURTS • Corner of Carolan & Burl. Ave. BURLINGAME AQUATIC CENTER • Oak Grove at Laurel

22 Raised Planter Beds

COMMUNITY GARDEN • 1125 Airport Blvd. CUERNAVACA PARK • 3075 Hunt at Alcazar HERITAGE PARK • Ralston at Occidental

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“J” LOT PLAYGROUND • Behind Crosby Commons-Fenced 0.05 LAGUNA PARK • 1414 Laguna at Grove

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MILLS CANYON WILDLIFE REFUGE Arguello at Sebastian/Adeline at Hillside

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MURRAY FIELD • 250 Anza Blvd.

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PALOMA PLAYGROUND • Paloma at Edgehill - Fenced

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PERSHING PARK • 138 Crescent at Newlands

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RAY PARK • 1525 Balboa at Devereux

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Nature Walk Area

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RECREATION CENTER • 850 Burlingame Avenue SHOREBIRD SANCTUARY Bayshore Hwy @ Mills Creek

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Natural Marsh

TRENTON PLAYGROUND • Trenton at Rollins - Fenced

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VICTORIA PARK • 30 Howard at Victoria

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VILLAGE PARK • 1535 California Drive

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WASHINGTON PARK • 850 Burlingame Avenue

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Teens Babysitting Workshop (age 12-18) with Muffie Calbreath

Do you need a job? This is the perfect class for you. In this class, you will learn fire and earthquake safety, nutrition, baby care, CPR and First Aid. Upon completion of all classes, students may be added to the Rec. Center's Babysitting list for 1 year. To get a Course Certificate of Completion and be included on the list, you must be on time, attend ALL classes and complete all homework. Babysitting lists available for pick up at Recreation Center. Location: Recreation Center 3 classes 60628.01 M 3:30 pm-6:30 pm 5/5-5/19 Fee: $75R/$88NR Lab Fee: $9 (pay at class)

Drivers Education (age 15+) with Bay Cities Driving

This class is for teens, at least 15 years old, who want to apply for their driver license learner’s permit. We offer a California DMV-approved Driver Education course in cooperation with Bay Cities Driving School. This course covers the eleven subjects required by the DMV and forms the foundation for becoming safe, defensive drivers. At the end of the course, participants will be issued the Certificate of Completion required for a driver license permit application. The interactive sessions include videos, lecture, discussion and guest speakers during the four-day course. Behind the wheel instruction is not included but is available separately through Bay Cities Driving School at BayCitiesDrivingSchool.com or (650) 368-6565. 4 classes Location: Recreation Center 22100.01 Tu/Th 9:00 am-4:00 pm 6/17-6/26 Fee: $149R/$171NR Lab Fee: $25 (included)

Parent's Helper (age 9-11) with Muffie Calbreath

Do you need a job this summer? Do you love kids? If so, this is the class for you. What is a Parent's Helper? A Parent's Helper is someone that will amuse the child while the parents are at home and entertain the kids while the parents are doing their own thing. In this class, the student will learn First Aid/CPR, and how to arrange games to play with the child so that the parent can get those important things done. To get a Certificate of Completion and be included on the list, you must be on time, attend all classes and complete ALL homework. 3 classes Location: Recreation Center 60627.01 M/W 4:00 pm-6:00 pm 6/2-6/4 Fee: $60R/$70NR Lab Fee: $9 (pay at class)

Vocal Performance For Teens (age 12-18) with Gina Latimerlo

Teenage students will learn healthy vocal technique for musical theatre and pop singing as they work on solo songs in a semi-private lesson setting. Instruction includes breathing, support, and resonance, as well as, acting and performance techniques. Final class will be a mini recital. 6 classes Location: Recreation Center 43005.01 Tu 5:00 pm-5:55 pm 4/8-5/13 43005.02 Tu 5:00 pm-5:55 pm 6/7-7/22 Fee: $135R/$160NR Lab Fee: $20 (pay at class)

Extreme Adventures Full Day (6th-9th) with Rec Staff

Looking for something fun and adventurous to do this summer? Look no further - Extreme Adventures is back and ensures optimal fun and excitement. Enjoy old and new sports and games as well as your favorite arts and crafts projects. Campers will take a field trip every Wednesday (See Get-Away Days for trip locations) and Friday to fun and exciting places throughout the Bay Area. We will also be swimming at Burlingame Aquatic Center once a week. Campers should pack a healthy lunch, snacks, water, and sunscreen daily. Campers must meet the minimum age requirement before the start of the camp program (entering 6th Grade Fall 2014). Location: Recreation Center Time: 9am-4pm (Wednesday until 5pm) Friday Trip 70952.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 6/16-6/20 Yerba Buena 70952.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 6/23-6/27 Movies in San Mateo 70952.03 M/Tu/W/Th 6/30-7/3 Fee: $215R/$258NR Giants Game (Th) 70952.04 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7/7-7/11 Sky High 70952.05 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7/14-7/18 Exploratorium 70952.06 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7/21-7/25 CA Academy of Science 70952.07 M/Tu/W/Th/F 7/28-8/1 Lazer Quest 70952.08 M/Tu/W/Th/F 8/4-8/8 Shoreline Aquatic Center 70952.09 M/Tu/W/Th/F 8/11-8/15 Sky High Fee: $268R/$322NR

Extreme Adventures Get-Away Days (age 13-15) with Recreation Staff

This is an opportunity for teens who may not wish to attend a traditional style day camp, but would still like to participate in the field trips. Each Get-Away Day coincides with the Adventure Camp field trips. Fees include transportation, entrance fees, and supervision. On some trips, lunch is included. Trip hours are 9:00 AM-5:00 PM. Location: Washington Lounge @ the Recreation Center 70830.01 W Great America (Santa Clara) 9:00 am-5:00 pm 6/18 *Lunch included 70830.02 W WaterWorld USA (Concord) 9:00 am-5:00 pm 6/25 *Lunch included 70830.03 W Boomers (San Jose) 9:00 am-5:00 pm 7/2 *Bring your own lunch 70830.04 W Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk 9:00 am-5:00 pm 7/9 *Bring own lunch or money 70830.05 W Blackberry Farm 9:00 am-5:00 pm 7/16 *Bring own lunch 70830.06 W Six Flags Discovery Kingdom 9:00 am-5:00 pm 7/23 *Lunch included 70830.07 W Raging Waters 9:00 am-5:00 pm 7/30 *Lunch included 70830.08 W Great America 9:00 am-5:00 pm 8/6 *Lunch included 70830.09 W WaterWorld USA 9:00 am-5:00 pm 8/13 *Lunch included 70830.10 W Blackberry Farm 9:00 am-5:00 pm 8/20 *Bring own lunch Fee: $60R/$70NR

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Volunteer Opportunities for Teens Leaders In Training

Are you looking to gain experience working within the community and with youth in a fun environment? The Burlingame Summer Camp staff are looking for teens to volunteer at the 2014 Summer Camp programs (Adventure Camps and Camp Treehouse). The LIT program will help develop leadership skills as well as give participants real world work experience. Application are due 4/18 and can be picked up at the Burlingame Rec Center. All applicants will need to complete an application and participate in an interview. Selected participants will be required to attend a mandatory training day on Saturday June 14th from 9am-Noon. Spaces are limited.

LIT 1: Candidates may select between 1-4 weeks. They will choose either a morning (9am-12:30pm) or afternoon (12:30-4pm) shift; with the option of attending the Wednesday field trip (9am-5pm) LIT 1’s are responsible for assisting staff with supervision of campers and provide programming ideas. LIT 1 candidates must be entering 8th or 9th grade. The cost is $50 per week volunteered. LIT 2: Candidates may select between 2–5 weeks. They will have a shift from 9am-4pm (Wednesday till 5pm). LIT2 candidates are responsible for assisting staff with implementation of camp activities, assist with supervision of campers and provide programming ideas. LIT 2 candidates must be High School age (entering 10th to 12th). The cost is $75 per week volunteered.

Burlingame Youth Advisory Committee The new year will start in September! Chaperoning All City Dances

City Council Presentations

Spaghetti Dinner

Princess Project

Holiday Lighting

Streets Alive

YAC Social

YAC Attack

Outreach to Community

Opportunties to assist the YAC are available

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AND MUCH MORE!

Outreach to Schools

For more info, contact Kari at 650.558.7312

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Music Violin Private Lessons (age 6+) with Vibo Music School

Guitar Workshop For Beginners (age 9+) with Vibo Music

Private lessons provide the most individual attention and accelerated learning. Learn all the basics for the guitar. This 8-week class is designed for beginners. They focus on the individual student and his or her needs and goals, and help to You will learn basic posture, fundamental chords, strumming patterns, and well nurture the growth of natural musical talent. These lessons focus intensely on all known songs from different genres. aspects of music-making: technique, musicality, talent, discipline, and passion. Objectives: Private lessons are a great way of instilling discipline and promoting self-esteem in 1. How to handle the guitar properly children through a non-threatening and entertaining approach. For teens, private 2. Learn easy chords and how to apply them into songs from different genres lessons can be the gateway to a future career in music. For adults, private lessons 3. Learn several strumming and picking styles are a worthwhile endeavor and can be a way to re-visit a favorite pastime hobby. 4. Learn scale and chord formations and how to apply the guitar At the discretion of the instructor, supplementary lessons in music theory may 5. Learn how to read guitar music and how to interpret sheet music downloaded be incorporated into every private lesson.Violin rental available through Vibo from the internet for $40 as well as a $150 security deposit fee for 8 weeks. Students may also be 6. To accompany yourself on guitar in music of your choice using techniques asked to purchase workbook for $10. For more information, please contact ViBO that you learn in class Music at 650-877-0805. 7. Learn techniques through many styles of music: folk, country, pop...past and Location: Recreation Center present Spring Session: 8 classes Guitar rental available through Vibo for $40 with additional $150 security fee 43109.02 Tu 3:30 pm-4:00 pm 4/8-5/20 or bring your own guitar. For more information, please contact ViBO Music at 43109.01 Tu 4:00 pm-4:30 pm 4/8-5/20 650-877-0805. 10 classes 43109.03 Tu 4:30 pm-5:00 pm 4/8-5/20 Location: Recreation Center 43109.04 Tu 5:00 pm-5:30 pm 4/8-5/20 43001.01 W 5:30 pm-6:30 pm 4/9-6/11 Fee: $240R/$286NR Sr. Fee: $190R/$240NR Lab Fee: $10 (pay at class) 43001.02 W 5:30 pm-6:30 pm 6/18-8/20 Summer Session: 10 classes Fee: $180R/$214NR Sr. Fee: $138R/$180NR 43109.05 Tu 3:30 pm-4:00 pm 6/17-8/19 43109.06 Tu 4:00 pm-4:30 pm 6/17-8/19 Guitar Private Lessons (age 6+) with Vibo Music School 43109.07 Tu 4:30 pm-5:00 pm 6/17-8/19 Private guitar lessons provide the most individual attention and accelerated 43109.08 Tu 5:00 pm-5:30 pm 6/17-8/19 learning. These lessons focus intensely on all aspects of guitar music-making: Fee: $300R/$358NR Sr. Fee: $228R/$300NR Lab Fee: $10 (pay at class) technique, musicality, talent, discipline, and passion. For beginners, you will learn basic posture, fundamental chords, strumming patterns, and well known songs from different genres. Learn how to read guitar music and how to interpret sheet music downloaded from the internet. For intermediate/advance students, we will focus more on music theory such as learning scale and chord formations, how to apply to the guitar. Learn how to accompany yourself on guitar, as well as the technique to play guitar in a certain genre. For children, private guitar lessons are a great way of instilling discipline and promoting self-esteem. For adults, private guitar lessons are worth-while endeavor and can be a way to re-visit a favorite pastime hobby. For more information, please contact ViBO Music at 650-877-0805. Location: Recreation Center 8 classes 43002.01 W 5:00 pm-5:30 pm 4/9-5/28 43002.02 W 6:30 pm-7:00 pm 4/9-5/28 43002.03 W 7:00 pm-7:30 pm 4/9-5/28 43002.04 W 5:00 pm-5:30 pm 6/18-8/6 43002.05 W 6:30 pm-7:00 pm 6/18-8/6 43002.06 W 7:00 pm-7:30 pm 6/18-8/6 Fee: $240R/$286NR

Vocal Performance For Teens (age 12-18) with Gina Latimerlo

Teenage students will learn healthy vocal technique for musical theatre and pop singing as they work on solo songs in a semi-private lesson setting. Instruction includes breathing, support, and resonance, as well as, acting and performance techniques. Final class will be a mini recital. 6 classes Location: Recreation Center 43005.01 Tu 5:00 pm-5:55 pm 4/8-5/13 43005.02 Tu 5:00 pm-5:55 pm 6/7-7/22 Fee: $135R/$160NR Lab Fee: $20 (pay at class)

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Piano Or Flute (age 7+) with Sandra Pobe

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Classes are private half hour lessons. All levels of piano students are welcome. Flute students must have already played the flute. A piano or flute book will be required. (May be purchased from instructor for approximately $8. Continuing/ Advanced students may bring their current music book). Students must have access to a piano, keyboard or flute for practice outside of class. Flute students need to bring their flute to each lesson. Classes start promptly and no makeup lessons are offered for missed classes. NO MATURE ADULT DISCOUNT. Location: Recreation Center Spring Session: 9 classes, Omit: 4/16 & 4/17 43521.01 W 4:30 pm-5:00 pm 4/9-6/11 43521.02 W 5:00 pm-5:30 pm 4/9-6/11 43521.03 W 5:30 pm-6:00 pm 4/9-6/11 43521.04 W 6:00 pm-6:30 pm 4/9-6/11 43521.05 W 7:00 pm-7:30 pm 4/9-6/11 43521.06 W 7:30 pm-8:00 pm 4/9-6/11 43521.07 W 8:00 pm-8:30 pm 4/9-6/11 43521.08 W 8:30 pm-9:00 pm 4/9-6/11 43521.09 Th 3:00 pm-3:30 pm 4/10-6/12 43521.10 Th 3:30 pm-4:00 pm 4/10-6/12 43521.11 Th 4:00 pm-4:30 pm 4/10-6/12 43521.12 Th 4:30 pm-5:00 pm 4/10-6/12 43521.13 Th 5:00 pm-5:30 pm 4/10-6/12 43521.14 Th 6:00 pm-6:30 pm 4/10-6/12 43521.15 Th 6:30 pm-7:00 pm 4/10-6/12 43521.16 Th 7:00 pm-7:30 pm 4/10-6/12 43521.17 Th 7:30 pm-8:00 pm 4/10-6/12 43521.18 Th 8:00 pm-8:30 pm 4/10-6/12 43521.19 Th 8:30 pm-9:00 pm 4/10-6/12 Fee: $233R/$277NR Lab Fee: $8 (pay at class) Summer Session: 10 classes 43521.20 W 4:30 pm-5:00 pm 6/18-8/20 43521.21 W 5:00 pm-5:30 pm 6/18-8/20 43521.22 W 5:30 pm-6:00 pm 6/18-8/20 43521.23 W 6:00 pm-6:30 pm 6/18-8/20 43521.24 W 7:00 pm-7:30 pm 6/18-8/20 43521.25 W 7:30 pm-8:00 pm 6/18-8/20 43521.26 W 8:00 pm-8:30 pm 6/18-8/20 43521.27 Th 4:30 pm-5:00 pm 6/19-8/21 43521.28 Th 5:00 pm-5:30 pm 6/19-8/21 43521.29 Th 5:30 pm-6:00 pm 6/19-8/21 43521.30 Th 6:00 pm-6:30 pm 6/19-8/21 43521.31 Th 7:00 pm-7:30 pm 6/19-8/21 43521.32 Th 7:30 pm-8:00 pm 6/19-8/21 43521.33 Th 8:00 pm-8:30 pm 6/19-8/21 Fee: $257R/$306NR Lab Fee: $8 (pay at class)

Private Singing Lessons (age 8+) with Gina Latimerlo

Private voice lessons are the key to a powerful, beautiful, and unique voice. Let the staff at the Latimerlo Studio take you to the next level. Be sure to impress at your next audition, performance, or karaoke night! Call 650-773-5544 or e-mail questions to meredith@latimerlo.com. 4 classes Location: Recreation Center Spring Session 43107.01 Tu 6:00 pm-6:45 pm 4/8-4/29 43107.02 Tu 6:45 pm-7:30 pm 4/8-4/29 43107.03 Tu 7:30 pm-8:15 pm 4/8-4/29 43107.03 Tu 7:30 pm-8:15 pm 4/8-4/29 43107.04 Tu 8:15 pm-9:00 pm 4/8-4/29 43107.05 Tu 6:00 pm-6:45 pm 5/6-5/27 43107.06 Tu 6:45 pm-7:30 pm 5/6-5/27 43107.07 Tu 7:30 pm-8:15 pm 5/6-5/27 43107.08 Tu 8:15 pm-9:00 pm 5/6-5/27 Fee: $185R/$220NR Sr. Fee: $185R/$220NR Lab Fee: $20 (pay at class) Summer Session 43107.09 Tu 6:00 pm-6:45 pm 6/17-7/8 43107.10 Tu 6:45 pm-7:30 pm 6/17-7/8 43107.11 Tu 7:30 pm-8:15 pm 6/17-7/8 43107.12 Tu 8:15 pm-9:00 pm 6/17-7/8 43107.13 Tu 6:00 pm-6:45 pm 7/15-8/5 43107.14 Tu 6:45 pm-7:30 pm 7/15-8/5 43107.15 Tu 7:30 pm-8:15 pm 7/15-8/5 43107.16 Tu 8:15 pm-9:00 pm 7/15-8/5 Fee: $185R/$220NR Sr. Fee: $185R/$220NR Lab Fee: $20 (pay at class)

Piano I - Group Class (age 7-9) with Sandra Pobe

Not sure about taking lessons? Find out if this is the right instrument for you. This course is an introduction to the basics of piano playing. No keyboard piano is necessary to take the class. Lab fee is for music book. 9 classes Location: Recreation Center 42601.01 Th 3:30 pm-4:30 pm 6/19-8/14 Fee: $84R/$98NR Lab Fee: $7 (pay at class)

Vibo Music Camp Allegro (age 6+) with Vibo Music School

Camp Allegro is a one-week camp opened to age of 6 and up who enjoys learning and playing music with other kids in a fun and supporting environment. The program opens the door for campers to explore the joy of playing music through fun classes, rehearsals, and performance. Each day, students have the opportunity to study a primary instrument of their choice, to explore different instruments, to play many styles of music as ensembles, and to rehearse for a talent show on the final day of camp. Camp Allegro gears towards beginning and intermediate level students who have been taking music lessons. If your children have no experience in music, please contact us to see if the camp is a good fit. Camp provides instruments, but you may also bring your own. Extended hours maybe available upon request. 5 classes Location: Vibo Music School 488 San Mateo Ave, San Bruno 42026.01 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:00 pm 7/14-7/18 42026.02 M/Tu/W/Th/F 10:00 am-3:00 pm 7/21-7/25 Fee: $325

Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

Piano Readiness For Youth (age 5-6) with Sandra Pobe

This class is a good foundation for keyboard experiences and an excellent way to find out how interested your child may be in playing piano before investing in a piano and lessons. The primary goal is to instill enthusiasm for music and encourage further piano study. Lab fee is for workbook. Limited to 8 students. This class may be taken up to 3 sessions before any class material is repeated. Location: Recreation Center 8 classes 42600.01 Part II W 3:30 pm-4:15 pm 4/9-6/4 Omit 4/16 42600.02 Part III W 3:30 pm-4:15 pm 6/18-8/6 Fee: $75R/$89NR Lab Fee: $8 (pay at class)

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Art Basic Drawing (age 16+) with George Dumandan

Adult Ceramics (age 18+) with Eileen Goldenberg

This course is aimed at teaching fundamental drawing skills. You will learn basic techniques for rendering objects realistically, by the use of line, shape, texture, and value. Basic portrait drawing techniques and "pleine aire" (outdoor) sketching will also be covered in this course, which is meant to be a fun experience for all. Students will be encouraged to develop a daily sketchbook drawing habit. Location: Recreation Center 7 classes 44119.01 W 9:00 am-12:00 pm 4/9-5/21 Fee: $112R/$132NR Sr. Fee: $87R/$112NR

This spring/summer, join instructor Eileen Goldenberg, in the Burlingame Ceramics studio for a session of Ceramic Arts for Adults. Beginning students will learn the basics of hand building techniques in this intimate class (maximum enrollment of 12) including pinch pots, coil and slab work as well as throwing on the wheel. Students should wear comfortable clothes and bring a towel to each class. Fees include all materials and firing costs. Returning/advanced students will have the opportunity to work on more advanced projects and techniques. See Eileen's website at www.eileenpgoldenberg.com for additional information. Location: Ceramics Room 7 classes 44605.01 W 6:30 pm-8:30 pm 4/9-5/21 Fee: $185R/$220NR Sr. Fee: $185R/$220NR

Watercolor: All Levels (age 16+) with Leona Moriarty, (S.W.A.)

Learn to create visually exciting paintings (light against dark - warm against cool), using fresh clean color, to successfully “save” the white of the paper for impact, to see shapes and not “things” and to learn what constitutes good design. Ask for supply list at registration. Beginners welcome. 7 classes Location: Recreation Center 44603.01 M 9:00 am-12:00 pm 4/7-5/19 44603.02 Sa 9:00 am-12:00 pm 4/12-6/7 Omit: 5/3, 5/24 44603.03 M 9:00 am-12:00 pm 6/16-7/28 44603.04 Sa 9:00 am-12:00 pm 6/21-8/2 Fee: $122R/$144NR Sr. Fee: $95R/$122NR

Modern Ceramics (age 14+) with Jean Bucks

Uncover your decorating talent in this prepare and decorate your own pottery class by creating colorful or elegantly simple ceramic pieces; dishware, vases, figurines, tea pots, garden creatures (gnomes, turtles, squirrels, etc.) gifts. The castings are professionally poured from molds. You will learn to prepare your piece for firing. An array of decorating options are available: under glazes, glazes, over-glazes including gold, silver or China paint, as well as decal art. These are techniques beyond the “paint and take” ceramic shops. All supplies necessary are available for purchase. Bring any ceramic tools or brushes already owned. The cost of your finished piece can vary depending on your choice of item and finishing technique. If you have any questions, please call Jean at (650)588-7427. Location: Ceramics Room 6 classes 44620.01 M 2:00 pm-5:00 pm 4/7-5/12 44620.02 M 2:00 pm-5:00 pm 6/23-7/28 Fee: $78R/$91NR Sr. Fee: $62R/$78NR Lab Fee: $3 (pay at class)

Oils, or your choice of Media (age 16+) with Leona Moriarty

Leona’s versatility in oils, acrylics, watercolor, pastel and colored pencils enables her to allow students to switch from oils to another media if they wish. Emphasis on drawing, composition and color. Build confidence in your personal artistic abilities. Ask for supply list at registration. If choosing another medium, bring the supplies that you have. Beginners welcome. 7 classes Location: Recreation Center 44594.01 Tu 9:00 am-12:00 pm 4/8-5/20 44594.02 Tu 12:00 pm-3:00 pm 4/8-5/20 44594.03 Tu 9:00 am-12:00 pm 6/17-7/29 44594.04 Tu 12:00 pm-3:00 pm 6/17-7/29 Fee: $122R/$144NR Sr. Fee: $95R/$122NR

Relax & Unwind W/Ceramics (age 16+) with Jean Bucks

Find relief from work-day stress and exercise your inner artistic talent in this ceramics class! This class is a step above and beyond the “paint and take” ceramic shops. Uncover your decorating talent by creating colorful or elegantly simple ceramic pieces; the choices are numerous and the decorative finishes can be highly detailed and colorful or elegantly simple. The cost of your finished piece can vary depending on your choice of item and finishing technique. This is an Adult Drawing 101 (age 18+) with Jamie Gao In this introduction class, students will learn how to utilize and study the excellent class for a friends’ evening out. $3 firing fee due at first class. 6 classes characteristics of pencils, chalks, ink, and other black and white drawing tools. Location: Ceramics Room M 6:00 pm-8:30 pm 4/7-5/12 The subjects for drawing will range from the still life, bust sculptures and 44609.01 M 6:00 pm-8:30 pm 6/16-7/21 human figures. In the end of the session, students should have the hands on 44609.02 Fee: $68R/$79NR Sr. Fee: $54R/$68NR Lab Fee: $3 (pay at class) experience and knowledge of all major black and white drawing tools. Each student is expected to produce works in each class. The instructor Jamie Gao Jewelry Stringing And Knotting (age 14+) with Jean Bucks is an international award winner in various discipline. Her art work is exhibited Join the latest craze in hand made jewelry. Learn to design and create one-of-aand collected in major cities including New York City, Berlin, Montreal, and Hong kind necklaces or bracelets using pearls or beads of various styles. Redesign or Kong. Omit: 7/4 7 classes repair an out of date or broken necklace into a new, unique piece you’ll be proud Location: Recreation Center to wear! Learn the art of pearl or bead knotting, as well as how to prepare your 44002.01 F 10:00 am-11:30 am 6/27-8/15 own formula for a jewelry cleaning solution. Gold filled and sterling silver findings Fee: $157R/$186NR Sr. Fee: $121R/$157NR and other supplies are available for purchase in class! This is an excellent class for parent/child participation or a friends’ day out. Call Jean for more information at (650) 558-7427. Location: Ceramics Room 2 classes 44610.01 Sa 9:30 am-12:00 pm 5/17-5/24 Fee: $57R/$66NR Sr. Fee: $46R/$57NR

Paper Crafting (age 18+) with Diane Chin

Learn to create unique cards for any person, group, occasion, reason, or season. Develop creative styles and techniques using a variety of rubber stamps, punches, tools, and accessories that will enhance your beautiful creations. Projects will include notecards, card sets, 3-D textured, embossed, movable, paper piercing cards as well as tags, ornaments, gift cards/bags, treat boxes, gift items, all in accordance with the current month and holiday themes. Your recipient will certainly appreciate your one of a kind piece! Open to all levels. Bring small scissors, ruler, and portable cutter (if available) to class. A $12 material fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. 6 classes Location: Washington Lounge 44011.01 W 6:00 pm-9:00 pm 4/9-5/14 44011.02 W 6:00 pm-9:00 pm 6/18-7/23 Fee: $45R/$52NR Sr. Fee: $37R/$45NR Lab Fee: $12 (pay at class)

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April: Leona Moriarty & Trudi Wallik May: Dennis Lee Weathers, Janice Kirkpatrick, & Dorothy Radyk June: Dennis Lee Weathers, Adventure Camp & June Levin July: John Warner, Adventure Camp & Cynthia Rapaido Aug: John Warner, Ben Guastella & Bela Newman

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Performing Arts Acting Out & About: MacBeth- The Musical Come (age 14+) with Cathy Foxhoven

This short, "fractured", musical comedy begins with Eleanor Roosevelt and the First Ladies hosting Masterworks Theatre and bringing Shakespeare literature to life. "MacBeth", "Lady Macbeth", "Banquo", "The Witches", "Duncan", "Malcolm", "Donalbain", and "MacDuff" are all featured. Such memorable songs like "Heck of a King", "Bubble, Bubble" and "MacBeth, My Dear" won't be easily forgotten! This is a perfect, shor musical for those busy adult lives, and promises lots of laughs and giggles! Performances will be August 8. Definite dates, times, and place will be announced at a later date. 8 classes Location: Recreation Center 43004.01 M 7:00 pm-9:00 pm 6/16-8/4 Fee: $74R/$85NR Sr. Fee: $60R/$74NR Lab Fee: $5 (included)

Burlingame Idol VI (age 5+) with Cathy Foxhoven

Who are going to be the new “Burlingame Idols”? “Burlingame Idol” is growing and growing. Increased participation equals increased competition. One finalist was invited to record in a studio, and many others performed all over the Bay Area - some with monetary stipends. Even more exciting is that one winner from the first year went on to become a contestant on “THE VOICE” and was chosen by Country music star Blake Shelton to continue competing. Contestants have truly learned how to enhance their performances and select songs that suited them best. Again there will be five categories: Category 1: 5-10 yr. olds, Category 2: 11-15 yr. olds, Category 3: 15-18 yr. olds, Category 4: 19-39 yr. old and Category 5: 40 and over. The first five weeks will be the “auditioning” period. The last three weeks will be spent refining the performances of the top three contestants in all five categories. Final competition to determine the new “Burlingame Idols” will be held June 7th at Burlingame Recreation Center Recreation Center. Date and time will be announced at a later date. Last year’s winners may not re-enter, but the other top two in the categories may compete again. REQUIREMENT: YOU MUST COME TO ALL AUDITIONS PREPARED WITH A MEMORIZED SONG THAT HAS CD ACCOMPANIMENT. An accompanist may be provided if needed at a later date. PLEASE NOTE: YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO AUDITION UNTIL YOU HAVE SIGNED UP WITH PARKS & REC. AND PAID THE ENTRY FEE. Omit: 5/26 Location: Recreation Center 8 classes 43099.01 M 7:00 pm-9:00 pm 4/7-6/2 Fee: $50

WANTED! Men who like to SING Free vocal training available. Join the Golden Chordsmen Chorus, the San Mateo County Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society. We sing the old songs (and the newer ones, too) in close four-part harmony. Meet us every Tuesday evening, 7:15-10pm at the First Presbyterian Church of Burlingame 1500 Easton Drive (corner of El. Camino) Call 650-344-SING or visit ` www.goldenchordsmen.org

Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

Beginning Adult Tap (age 18+) with Rosalie Steinway

Ongoing beginning class. Tap is a great way to exercise and have fun! Location: Recreation Center 43306.01 W 5:00 pm-5:45 pm 4/9-6/4 9 classes Fee: $88R/$103NR Sr. Fee: $69R/$88NR 43306.02 W 5:00 pm-5:45 pm 6/18-8/13 8 classes, omit 7/2 Fee: $80R/$94NR Sr. Fee: $63R/$80NR

Intermediate Adult Tap Dance (age 18+) with Rosalie Steinway

Can you do a buffalo or a time step? Then this is the class for you. In this tap class, you will learn tap combination's and a dance routine. Location: Recreation Center 43305.01 W 5:55 am-6:55 am 4/9-6/4 9 classes Fee: $88R/$103NR Sr. Fee: $69R/$88NR 43305.02 W 5:55 am-6:55 am 6/18-8/13 8 classes, omit 7/2 Fee: $80R/$94NR Sr. Fee: $63/$80NR

Bellydance Like A Goddess (age 13+) with Betsey Flood

Work all your muscle groups (special concentration on abdominal, back and other torso muscles) and add more feminine grace to the way you move-all while dancing to mesmerizing Middle Eastern music. Let this ancient art form transport you to the exotic lands of sultans, genies and pyramids! Bellydance is great fun for all body types and levels of skill and helps everyone acquire new levels of strength and flexibility. Wear: Jazz pants or your favorite fitness gear that includes a form-fitting shirt. Bare feet or jazz or or ballet shoes are all fine. Hip scarves from Egypt and class music are available at cost. 5 classes Location: Recreation Center 43600.01 Tu 7:15 pm-8:15 pm 4/8-5/6 43600.02 Tu 7:15 pm-8:15 pm 5/13-6/10 43600.03 Tu 7:15 pm-8:15 pm 6/17-7/15 4 classes, omit 7/1 43600.04 Tu 7:15 pm-8:15 pm 7/22-8/19 Fee: $67R/$78NR Sr. Fee: $53R/$67NR

Bellydance Like A Goddess-Level II (age 13+) with Betsey Flood

Now you know the basic posture and steps, you’re ready to explore dancing with veils, finger cymbals, canes and swords. You’ll develop your own dance persona, find your favorite music and get ready to perform for family and friends. Past participation in Level 1 or instructor permission is required. 10 classes Location: Recreation Center 43601.01 Tu 6:15 pm-7:15 pm 4/8-6/10 43601.02 Tu 6:15 pm-7:15 pm 6/17-8/19 4 classes, omit 7/1 Fee: $122R/$150NR Sr. Fee: $98R/$127NR

Social Ballroom Dancing (age 18+) with Judy And Bart Lewis

Do you envy those couples gliding around the floor at a wedding or on a cruise? Looking for a fun new way to exercise and sharpen your mind and memory? Join the Basic class (7:45pm) and learn the Samba, Rhumba, Cha Cha Cha, Mambo, Foxtrot, Waltz, Tango, Swing and more in a relaxed, fun and social atmosphere. Intermediate class (8:45pm) is a continuation of instruction from the Basic class with NEW, advance steps, emphasis on styling and new patterns every series. One basic series required before attending intermediate class. COUPLES ONLY. Fee is per person. No registration accepted after the second lesson. 6 classes Location: Beresford Center San Mateo 43102.01 F 7:45 pm-8:45 pm 3/21-4/25 43102.02 F 8:45 pm-9:45 pm 3/21-4/25 Fee: $40R/$46NR Sr. Fee: $33R/$40NR

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Community Garden at Bayside Field Burlingame’s Community Garden is alive & growing!

With over 40 years in the professional landscape trades, Alane Weber has developed a sixth sense and understanding of plants in landscape systems from a biological perspective. Her early educational focus on Biology, Botany and Horticulture was later supplemented with a focus on Permaculture, soil microbiology and botanical illustration; all helping her develop her unique skills serving the emerging field of sustainable/organic horticulture. SAlane lectures throughout California on a wide range of topics, all with a focus on the benefits and actions of the soil foodweb. Alane was the Educational Director of San Mateo County’s Master Composter Program for 10 years, teaching and training the hands-on arts of sustainable gardening through proper backyard composting.

All 22 beds are full, but you can reserve a spot on the waitlist. Contact 650.558.7300 for more information.

NEW! Practical Wisdom Of Working With Living Soil (age 18+) with Alane Weber

After a brief overview of the function of soil biology, the class will learn how to take care of their home gardens and vegetables in a strictly organic and sustainable manner, NO PESTICIDES NEEDED. This is a 2 hour class with a 1/2 hour chaser of Q&A for those "in my garden" questions. The class is sufficient for starters or gardeners with previous knowledge. All participants must be registered through the Burlingame Parks & Recreation Department. *Class is free for registered Burlingame Community Gardeners. 1 class Location: Community Garden, 1125 Airport Blvd Registration 60040.01 Sa 10:00 am-12:30 pm 3/8 starts Wed Fee: $30R/$34NR Sr. Fee: $26R/$30NR 2/26 Get an exclusive inside peek at the Garden! for this class This class is open to the Public! only!!

Want to be a CHAMPION? Co-ed KICKBALL coming THIS Spring! The Parks and Recreation Department offers Adult Sports throughout the year! Check it out on page 20!!! Are You a Free Agent? Want to play a sport but don’t have a team? The Parks & Recreation Department maintains free agent lists. It’s a great way to get added to a team that’s looking for a few extra players. Contact Mike Noce at 558.7320 for more information.

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Adult Foreign Language

NEW! ESL For Business Professionals (age 18+) with Tina Hom

English as a Second Language (ESL) for Business Professionals is for professionals who want to improve their communication in the business world. Students will be introduced to techniques on how to express themselves clearly with pronunciation, conversation, listening practice, presentations, class discussion, and role-play exercises. The class will also touch on American business etiquette, idioms, and slang. The instructor has more than 13 years experience teaching ESL and creating learning material and holds an MA in Education and a BA in Communications. Students interested in this course should be at an intermediate/ advanced English conversation level as we will engage in interactive conversation and listening exercises. 9 classes Location: Recreation Center 41004.01 W 7:00 pm-8:30 pm 4/9-6/4 Fee: $181 Sr. Fee: $171 Lab Fee: $10 (included)

! Beginning Spanish 4 (age 18+) with Paulina Hidalgo NEW

This class is designed for those who have already taken Beginning Spanish 3 or feel more confident in their knowledge of Spanish language. Learn Spanish in a fun way, acquiring the language through the TPRS (teaching proficiency through reading and storytelling). An innovative and engaging teaching technique that combines reading and storytelling and has proven to be more effective than traditional methods. The class will include reading TPRS novels. This class is popular because the pace is set by the students comfort level with the language so that the experience is effortless and fun. Homework is optional. About the instructor: Paulina Hidalgo, a Mexican native, has over 6 years of experience specialized in teaching Spanish to adults and children. 9 classes Location: Recreation Center 41006.01 Tu 7:30 pm-8:45 pm 4/8-6/3 Fee: $177R/$210NR Sr. Fee: $136R/$177NR Lab Fee: $10 (pay at class)

Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

French 1 (age 18+) with Margaret Prendergast

French 1 is designed for students with previous French language experience who want to learn more than the basics! This class exercises all French communication. The text used is French Made Simple. Students are required to bring a small handheld tape recorder to each class. 8 classes Location: Recreation Center 41512.01 W 1:00 pm-2:30 pm 4/9-5/28 Fee: $92R/$108NR Sr. Fee: $72R/$92NR Lab Fee: $1 (pay at class)

French 2 (age 18+) with Margaret Prendergast

In French 2 students will build on their vocabulary and proper pronunciation and will also learn more advanced language skills. We will be learning french poety and reading a novel. Students are required to bring a small hand-held tape recorder to each class. Omit: 5/26 8 classes Location: Recreation Center 41513.01 M 2:45 pm-4:15 pm 4/7-6/2 Fee: $92R/$108NR Sr. Fee: $72R/$92NR Lab Fee: $1 (pay at class)

Beginning Spanish 2 (age 18+) with Paulina Hidalgo

This class is design for those who already taken Beginning Spanish 1 or feel more confident in their knowledge of Spanish language. Learn Spanish in a fun way, acquiring the language through the TPRS (teaching proficiency through reading and storytelling). An innovative and engaging teaching technique that combines reading and storytelling and has proven to be more effective than traditional methods. Students can expect to acquire the 100 most used Spanish words through stories and action. This class will include reading TPRS novels. This class is popular because the pace is set by the students comfort level with the language so that the experience is effortless and fun. Homework is optional. About the instructor: Paulina Hidalgo, a Mexican native, has over 6 years of experience specialized in teaching Spanish to adults and children. 9 classes Location: Recreation Center 41005.01 W 7:30 pm-8:45 pm 4/9-6/4 Fee: $177R/$210NR Sr. Fee: $136R/$177NR Lab Fee: $10 (pay at class)

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Active Adults Trips Trip Cancellation Policy: No refunds or credit will be given unless the trip is cancelled by the Parks and Recreation Department. No exceptions. This is due to the fact that the fees for the trips must be paid in advance and the Parks and Recreation Dept. does not get refunds for cancellations. If you have a special need, please contact the Recreation Center in advance at 558.7300. A Tale Of Two Cities: Livermore/Pleasanton (age 18+) A Tale Of Two Cities: Capitola/ Santa Cruz (age 18+) with Gary Halloway

with Gary Halloway

Continuing our Tale of Two Cities, we will head to the inland East Bay to visit Pleasanton and Livermore, two of our very historic places. Commencing with Pleasanton, we will walk a portion of the Main Street, finding many historic and interesting buildings, and visiting the local history museum. Then, we will drive around town and past the Alameda County Fairgrounds, where Seabiscuit trained. Lunch will be provided at the historic Pleasanton Hotel, followed by a look at John Maddens beautiful Hotel Rose. Following this, we will drive about ten minutes to the eastern part of the Tri-Valleys to reach Livermore, once part of a huge 10,000 acre cattle ranch. We will drive around town to see the new Bankhead Theatre building, as well as many historic downtown buildings, and then do a short walk along the main street, and find a wonderful tile mural of the town. We will call in at the local history museum, originally a 1910-era Carnegie Library. And, we will visit the oldest continuously-operating lightbulb in the world prior to stopping for ice cream at the local creamery, prior to heading back to Burlingame. Location: Recreation Center 1 class 21059.01 F 9:00 am-5:00 pm 7/25 Fee: $86R/$102NR

Santa Cruz is one of the most popular destinations in our coastal area. On this daytrip we will head south over the Santa Cruz Mountains to visit two of the most historic towns in California. Commencing with downtown Santa Cruz, we will see how this area has rebuilt following the devastating Loma Prieta Earthquake. We will also see Mission Santa Cruz and the UC Santa Cruz campus, situated amidst a redwood forest. For lunch (provided), we will head to the village of Capitola and dine at the wonderful Paradise restaurant, offering ocean views. Following lunch, we will visit the Santa Cruz Museum of Natural History, and then move on to the famous Boardwalk and Pier, and then drive along Cliff Drive for unsurpassed vistas of Monterey Bay, before returning home. 1 class Location: Recreation Center 21065.01 Th 9:00 am-5:00 pm 5/8 Fee: $80R/$95NR

West Marin County (age 18+) with Gary Halloway

Stanford University Campus with the Cantor and Anderson Art Museums (age 18+) with Gary Halloway

On this trip we will visit a very beautiful and unique place, West Marin County. Driving north from Burlingame, we will head west from the city of Novato to find the nation’s oldest cheese factory, the Marin French Cheese, nestled in a remote valley. From here we will drive west via Olema to the Point Reyes National Seashore Headquarters visitor’s center and museum, and walk the famous Earthquake Trail of 1906. After this, we will break for lunch (provided) at one of the areas premier restaurants, the Stellina Osteria in Point Reyes Station. Following some time in town, we will drive north on Hwy. One along the eastern shore of Tomales Bay and encounter the coastal villages of Marshall, Tomales, and Dillon Beach, and then turn inland towards Petaluma to stop at California’s oldest creamery, the Petaluma, which just celebrated its 100th anniversary, and here we will enjoy their famous ice cream, prior to heading south for our return. 1 class Location: Recreation Center 21033.01 Th 8:00 am-6:00 pm 6/5 Fee: $89R/$106NR

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On this daytrip we return to the Stanford campus to emerse ourselves in some of it's world-class art collections. We will commence with the Cantor Center for the Arts, formerly the Leland Stanford, Jr. Museum, where Gary will lead us on a walking tour of the finest Rodin sculpture collection on the West Coast. Then, you will have time on your own to look at the various galleries of this museum, along with the fascinating Stanford Family Room. Lunch will be on your own in their Cafe, judged the best museum cafe in the Bay Area. Following lunch, we will tour Memorial church, the Unversity’s architectural crown jewel. A fitting end to our day's explorations will be an ice cream treat at the renowned Peninsula Creamery in downtown Palo Alto. 1 class Location: Recreation Center 21034.01 Th 9:00 am-4:00 pm 8/14 Fee: $65R/$77NR

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Active Adults Discounts For Those Ages 65 and Older

Drop-In For Active Adults

BURLINGAME RESIDENTS are eligible for approximately a 25% discount on most classes. Due to the The Recreation Division is offering weekly “Dropassessed processing fee per class, the discount is an approximation. Certain classes do not offer a discount. In For Active Adults”. Active Adults will be able to Please check the course description for details.

play bridge, card games, checkers, etc. Bring your NON-RESIDENTS are eligible for the Burlingame resident rate. Proof of age must be shown at time of own partner or come by yourself. The Recreation registration. It is the responsibility of the participant to show proof of age before registration fee is processed. Center will have all the necessary items: cards, board Adjustments will not be made after enrollment.

games, free coffee and refreshments. There is no

Bingo & Bag Lunch - Free Coffee & Dessert!

Bring your bag lunch and come join us every Tuesday for lunch, bingo, dessert & friends!!! Don’t miss out on a fun event to meet friends, socialize, and play Bingo. LOCATION: Recreation Center Day: Tuesday Time: 12:00 noon-3:00 pm continuous except holidays Cost: Free - just bring your Bingo money Last Tuesday of the month - Free Lunch and prizes ** We would like to extend a big thank you to Atria Senior Living and Ambassador Senior Referral Agency.

Mature Adult Exercise (18+)

Stretching, balance, and low-impact aerobic exercise routine done to music, followed by work with hand weights and floor exercises using a mat. The class ends with guided relaxation. Wear loose clothing and bring hand weights and a mat. Location: Recreation Center Instructor: Staff

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Senior Adult Computer Class

Are you a Senior Citizen interested in learning beginning computer skills? Then this opportunity is for you! This program is co-sponsored with Burlingame High School. Each Senior will be paired up with a high school student. Get to know this great group of students while learning to use the computer. Location: Recreation Center For more information, call (650) 558-7300. W

3:30-4:30pm

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Blood Pressure Screening

The blood pressure screening is held every Thursday from 9:45-10:15am. This program is free and cosponsored by the Burlingame Parks & Recreation Dept. and the College of San Mateo’s Nursing Program. Location: Recreation Center Thursdays 9:45-10:15am Dates: 4/10-5/8 FREE!

fee for this, so come down and have some fun!!!!! When: Fridays, on-going Where: Recreation Center Rec Center Bridge & Games: 9:00am-12:00noon Movies: 1:00pm Free Popcorn Movies are scheduled 1 month in advance. Contact the Recreation Office at 558-7300 for titles, more information, or suggestions.

Adult Drop-In Ping Pong! Tues: Thurs: Sat:

1:00-3:00pm 1:00-3:00pm 10-Noon

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Mature Adult Information & Referral Service Provides information on housing, employment, household help, recreation & social activities, financial assistance, health & counseling services, etc. for persons ages 60 & over. Call County of San Mateo, 1.800.675.TIES (8437), M-F 9:30am-3:30pm.

Sponsored by the County of San Mateo Burlingame Senior Citizen Club Directory

Joining a Burlingame Senior Citizen Club is an excellent opportunity to meet new people and enjoy the company of others. The following is a list of Senior Citizens Clubs which meet in Burlingame on a regular basis. • New Horizons -1st Presbyterian Church Thursday 10:00-2:00 pm • Sr. Citizens Org. of Burlingame @ Burl. Rec. Fridays11:00-3:00 pm

Senior Citizens Organization of Burlingame

Join us for an afternoon at the Burlingame Recreation Center every Friday from 11am-3pm. Bring a bag lunch and enjoy free coffee and dessert. Bringo begins at 12:30pm. We also have a raffle and a door prize. Catered lunches are only $6 on selected Fridays. Members is only $15 a year. Join us and make new friends! Location: Recreation Center, 850 Burlingame Ave. Day: Fridays Omit: 7/4 Time: 11:00am – 3:00pm

Burlingame Senior Showcase

The Burlingame Parks and Recreation Department and the Daily Journal will once again be hosting the Burlingame Senior Showcase in May! Join us on Saturday, May 3 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Burlingame Recreation Center. Come to visit over 40 senior related businesses and community services. Admission is free. There will be goody bags, great door prizes and free refreshments. Also, free health screenings and ‘Ask the Pharmacist.’ Learn about options for in-home care, senior living communities, estate planning and more. Meet medical providers, financial advisors, recreation center representatives and more. Sponsored by the Daily Journal and Health Plan of San Mateo. For more information or for exhibitor information please call Kerry (650)303-6735. Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

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Active Adults Driver Safety Program (age 50+) with Patrick Cloherty

Developed by the American Association of Retired Persons (A.A.R.P.), Driver Safety Program is the first comprehensive driver retraining course geared to the specific needs of older motorists. The course material covers the effects of aging and medications on driving, basic driving rules, license renewal, local traffic hazards, adverse road conditions, energy saving, and accident prevention measures. Research shows that older drivers are involved in no more accidents than their middle-age counterparts when the record is based on actual miles driven. However, research also indicates that older persons can improve their driving abilities through additional training, attention, and practice, enabling them to maintain their driving licenses longer while driving safer. California enacted legislation in 1987 requiring all automobile insurance companies to provide a discount to graduates of state-approved driver improvement courses. A.A.R.P.’s Driver Safety Program is an approved course. 2 classes Location: Recreation Center 21411.01 M/Tu 8:30 am-12:30 pm 8/25-8/26 Fee: $15 AARP member / $20 non-AARP member

Rejuvenate Your Retirement (age 50+) with Jovin Jackson

This unique and comprehensive course focuses on issues and financial concepts that are important to retirees. in straightforward language, this course explains financial strategies designed to accomplish objectives such as tax-efficient income planning, lifestyle preservation, inflation protection and providing a legacy. However, money is only one aspect of post-retirement planning. We introduce fun and fulfilling activities such as travel, hobbies, sports, crafts, socializing, business ventures and lifelong learning, to help you make the most of your retirement years. This course includes a 143-page illustrated workbook. Couples may attend together for a single registration fee. Class sizes are limed so register early. 2 classes Location: Recreation Center 21102.01 Th 9:30 am-12:00 pm 5/8-5/15 21102.02 Tu 1:00 pm-3:30 pm 5/13-5/20 Fee: $39R/$44NR Sr. Fee: $39R/$44NR

Cooking With Grandma & Grandpa (age 3+) with Rainbow Chefs

Spend special, quality time cooking in the kitchen with your grandchildren. You will be creating memories that they will remember for years to come. Location: Kitchen @ Recreation Center 1 class 21064.01 Sa 9:30 am-11:30 am 7/19-7/19 Fee: $36R/$40NR Sr. Fee: $30R/$40NR

Eat Well To Stay Healthy (age 45+) with Rainbow Chefs

Learn how to make delicious and especially nutritious meals with the nutrients and minerals in natural, fresh foods. Location: Kitchen @ Recreation Center 21061.01 F 11:45 am-12:45 pm 7/18-8/8 Fee: $72R/$80NR Sr. Fee: $62R/$72NR Lab Fee: $20 (included)

4 classes

Quick And Easy Meals (age 45+) with Rainbow Chefs

Learn how to save time in the kitchen by making delicious, quick and healthy meals. Our chef will help empower you to cook healthy meals in record time and put together recipes from scratch. None of the ingredients will be processed or include preservatives. You will feel great about what you eat! 4 classes Location: Kitchen @ Recreation Center 21063.01 F 11:45 am-12:45 pm 4/11-5/2 Fee: $72R/$80NR Sr. Fee: $62R/$72NR Lab Fee: $20 (included)

International Recipe Share (age 45+) with Rainbow Chefs

Enjoy reminiscing and sharing your favorite family recipes from around the world, the fond stories that accompany them and how they helped shape who you are. Participants will learn baking and cooking skills, food facts, meal planning, healthy choices and how to prepare dishes from several diverse cultural traditions. This is a hands on class where you will learn to enjoy cooking in the kitchen. 4 classes Location: Kitchen @ Recreation Center 21060.01 F 11:45 am-12:45 pm 5/9-5/30 Fee: $72R/$80NR Sr. Fee: $62R/$72NR Lab Fee: $20 (included)

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BURLINGAME CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Sundays, March – December 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Park Road Thursdays, May – October 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Park Road Fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers and much more!

Burlingame Chamber of Commerce Burlingame is our Business

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Save the Dates! ArtzFest - August 9 & 10, 2014 Food, Entertainment, Artists, Home, & Garden Community Stage, Children’s Area and more!! Burlingame Avenue- 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. each day

Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

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Fitness Cardio Kick (age 16+) with Andy Masga

One class for all fitness levels: beginning, intermediate and advanced. Class includes a warm-up, 45 minutes of kickboxing and a toning workout. The cardio workout uses kicks, jabs and many other moves to great music. The last 30 minutes is a total body toning workout. Please bring weights and a mat to class. Location: Recreation Center 8 classes 61903.01 Tu/Th 7:00 pm-8:15 pm 4/8-5/1 61903.02 Tu/Th 7:00 pm-8:15 pm 5/6-5/29 61903.03 Tu/Th 7:00 pm-8:15 pm 6/3-6/26 61903.04 Tu/Th 7:00 pm-8:15 pm 7/1-7/31 Fee $87/$102 10 classes 61903.05 Tu/Th 7:00 pm-8:15 pm 8/5-8/28 Fee: $72R/$84NR Sr. Fee: $57R/$72NR

“Andy is Great!! - Cardio Kick participant

Any suggestions on future classes - let us know! We are always looking for new and fun ways to bring fitness to Burligame!

Zumba (age 15+) with Wendy Stephens

Zumba is a fun fitness program that fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy-tofollow moves to create a one-of-a-kind, fun, high-spirited fitness program. The goal is to get you to have fun and to love working out. The routines feature interval training sessions with fast and slow rhythms to tone and sculpt your body while burning fat. Several different world dance styles are featured in each class but you do not need to have any previous experience. Wear clothes you can move in and supportive shoes with flexible soles. Be prepared to sweat so bring a towel & water to drink. We will start off slower & build within each class, as the class progresses. Intensity level low to high. 6 classes Location: Recreation Center Spring Session 61769.01 M 6:00 pm-7:00 pm 4/7-5/12 61769.02 Tu 5:55 pm-6:55 pm 4/8-5/13 61769.03 W 6:00 pm-7:00 pm 4/9-5/13 61769.04 Sa 10:45 am-11:45 am 4/12-5/17 Fee: $45/$52, 5 classes Spring Session 61769.05 M 6:00 pm-7:00 pm 6/16-7/21 61769.06 Tu 5:55 pm-6:55 pm 6/17-7/22 61769.07 W 6:00 pm-7:00 pm 6/18-7/23 61769.08 Sa 10:45 am-11:45 am 6/21-7/26 Fee: $52R/$60NR Sr. Fee: $42R/$52NR

Beginner Pilates (age 13+) with Michelle Chrisman

Intro to Pilates teaches students the fundamentals of Pilates. Improves posture and proper alignment of the spine. Pilates strengthens the core, improves posture, balance, alignment, and decreases stress. Every exercise is performed with attention to breath and proper form. This Beginners Pilates Mat Class is safe, low impact and appropriate for all ages. This class is especially intend for anyone interested in trying out Pilates for the first time. Please wear comfortable clothes and bring a mat. Foam rollers can be brought to class, but are not required. Location: Recreation Center Omit: 5/3, 5/24, 5/26 Spring Session 61002.01 M 10:00 am-11:00 am 4/7-6/2 8 classes Fee: $88R/$103NR Sr. Fee: $69R/$88NR 61002.02 Sa 9:00 am-10:00 am 4/12-6/7 7 classes Fee: $79R/$92NR Sr. Fee: $62R/$79NR Summer Session 61002.03 M 7:00 pm-8:00 pm 6/16-8/11 9 classes Fee: $98R/$115NR Sr. Fee: $77R/$98NR 61002.04 Sa 9:00 am-10:00 am 6/21-8/16 9 classes Fee: $98R/$115NR Sr. Fee: $77R/$98NR

Pilates Fusion (age 15+) with Annie Marconi

Pilates enhances core strength, flexibility, balance and inner awareness. While Pilates focuses mainly on cultivating core strength in the body and lengthening the spine; there is a tremendous advantage of combining this core work-out with weight training. The weight training will target areas in the upper and lower torso, chest, upper back, arms and also glutes and legs. With the unique infusion of Pilates and weight training, you will have achieved a full body work-out that will enhance your muscle strength, definition, and ultimately perfect posture. Participants must wear supportive, athletic shoes, and bring mat and light weights (2-8 lbs). Omit: 5/26 Location: Recreation Center 61705.01 M 5:00 pm-6:00 pm 4/7-6/9 9 classes Fee: $80R/$94NR Sr. Fee: $63R/$80NR 61705.02 M 5:00 pm-6:00 pm 6/16-8/18 10 classes Fee: $87R/$102NR Sr. Fee: $68R/$87NR

Lunch Time Boot Camp (age 18+) with Pete Hayden

Spend your lunch hour improving your health. Full body workout. Increase strength, flexibility, balance, & tone your muscles. Strong is the new skinny. Bring a water bottle & be ready to move. 4 classes Location: Recreation Center Spring Session 61112.01 Tu 12:00 pm-1:00 pm 4/8-4/29 61112.03 Th 12:00 pm-1:00 pm 4/10-5/1 61112.02 Tu 12:00 pm-1:00 pm 5/6-5/27 61112.04 Th 12:00 pm-1:00 pm 5/8-5/29 Summer Session 61112.05 Tu 12:00 pm-1:00 pm 6/17-7/8 61112.07 Th 12:00 pm-1:00 pm 6/19-7/10 61112.06 Tu 12:00 pm-1:00 pm 7/15-8/5 61112.08 Th 12:00 pm-1:00 pm 7/17-8/7 Fee: $60R/$70NR Sr. Fee: $48R/$60NR

Pilates Mat (age 15+) with Annie Marconi

Pilates enhances strength, flexibility, balance and inner awareness. It can be a valuable tool for definition and good posture. Pilates focuses mainly on cultivating core strength in the body and lengthening the spine. It also lengthens the muscle without creating bulk. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a sticky mat. Students are encouraged to bring a foam roller and Pilates ring for a more challenging workout. 10 classes Location: Recreation Center 61702.01 W 5:30 pm-6:30 pm 4/9-6/11 61702.02 W 5:30 pm-6:30 pm 6/18-8/20 Fee: $72R/$84NR Sr. Fee: $57R/$72NR

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Fitness Yoga For Higher Awareness (Teens/Adults) with Gretchen Lott and Margaret Kramer

Let your body release stress and restore its vast natural healing potential. Enjoy comfort and vibrancy in your daily life as you experience strength, lightness, flexibility and balance. Discover deep relaxation to calm the nerves. Proper breathing for health and beauty! Simple and easy-to-follow strengthening exercises for care of the back are presented. Your body will become supple and strong, finding inner contentment, as deep tension and depression disappear. Builds an inner strength that can help you cope with stress and strain in one’s life. Through the experience of Yoga, one develops an awareness and understanding of the harmonious relationship between body, mind and breath. This program offers participants of all levels and abilities the opportunity to explore in-depth the nature of Yoga. Please bring a mat and blanket to class. Location: Recreation Center Omit: 5/3, 5/24, 5/26 Spring Session: 61844.01 10 classes M 7:00 pm-8:30 pm 3/31-6/9 with Gretchen Fee: $88R/$103NR Sr. Fee: $69R/$88NR 61844.05 11 classes Tu 10:00 am-11:30 am 4/1-6/10 with Margaret Fee: $95R/$112NR Sr. Fee: $74R/$95NR 61844.06 11 classes Th 10:00 am-11:30 am 4/3-6/12 with Margaret Fee: $95R/$112NR Sr. Fee: $74R/$95NR 61844.02 9 classes Sa 9:00 am-10:30 am 4/5-6/14 with Gretchen Fee: $80R/$94NR Sr. Fee: $63R/$80NR Summer Session: 10 classes 61844.03 M 7:00 pm-8:30 pm 6/16-8/18 with Gretchen 61844.07 Tu 10:00 am-11:30 am 6/17-8/19 with Margaret 61844.08 Th 10:00 am-11:30 am 6/19-8/21 with Margaret 61844.04 Sa 9:00 am-10:30 am 6/21-8/23 with Gretchen Fee: $88R/$103NR Sr. Fee: $69R/$88NR

Meditation For Beginners (age 16+) with Peggy Guaraldi

Discover the profound power of meditation. This course will help you stimulate memory, improve health, reduce stress and enrich your life, while mastering your restlessness. Awaken the wisdom of the intuitive self! We'll practice at a fundamental level using breathing techniques and talk about obstacles and how to remove them. Repeating students welcome. 4 classes Location: Recreation Center 61123.01 W 7:00 pm-8:30 pm 4/9-4/30 Fee: $70R/$82NR Sr. Fee: $56R/$70NR

EW! N Flow is dynamic style of yoga that connects breath with movement, generating Yoga Flow (age 18+) with Nadia Sheibani

heat by transitioning mindfully between postures. It is a moderately faster paced style which typically holds poses for five to ten breaths, requiring focus and concentration to stay connected to each and every movement. The class will start with a breathing exercise or meditation transitioning into sun salutations, picking up pace as we move through standing series, balancing poses, core strengthening poses and some light arm balance as well as spine strengthening asanas. The class will end with calming yin postures. This class is an all level Flow class, with moderate level intensity. All levels of experience are welcome. You can modify the practice to your needs. Bring a yoga mat, a towel, and a water bottle to stay hydrated. Please arrive 5-10 minutes before class so as not be disruptive to others when class begins. Location: Recreation Center 10 classes 61003.01 F 4:00 pm-5:00 pm 4/11-6/13 Fee: $88R/$103NR Sr. Fee: $69R/$88NR

Awareness Through Movement: The Feldenkrais (Teens/ Adults) with Monica Olsen, Certified Feldenkrais Method (R) practitioner.

This amazing process improves sports performance, betters your balance, flexibility and posture. It also helps manage pain and stress. Students are guided through gentle movements which enliven participation and awareness of the whole body. Become master of your own movement. It changes your life in many ways. Wear loose comfortable clothing and prepare to learn these surprising secrets. Location: Recreation Center 61842.02 M 5:30 pm-6:30 pm 4/7-6/9 9 classes Fee: $66R/$77NR Sr. Fee: $53R/$66NR 61842.01 M 5:30 pm-6:30 pm 4/7-4/28 10 classes Fee: $36R/$41NR Sr. Fee: $30R/$36NR 61842.04 M 5:30 pm-6:30 pm 6/16-8/18 4 classes Fee: $72R/$84NR Sr. Fee: $57R/$72NR 61842.03 M 5:30 pm-6:30 pm 6/16-7/7 4 classes Fee: $36R/$41NR Sr. Fee: $30R/$36NR

Boot Camp At Safari Run (age 18+) with Safari Run

Parents, it’s your turn! Join us in our ADULT fitness class instructed by Jodi Hamilton. This class offers strength training, balance training, core training and stretching. This class is designed to improve muscle definition while helping to prevent injury. This is a great all around workout! All levels are welcomed. Jodi is the founder of Safari Run. She has a BS from Southern Oregon State University and has certifications from ACSM and NASM, she has been instructing since 1990. Omit: 4/1, 4/3 18 classes Location: Safari Run 61905.01 Tu/Th 6:00 am-7:00 am 3/25-5/29 Fee: $192

Strength & Wellness Through Fitness (Teen/ Adults) with Suzi McKee, Personal Trainer

Improve posture, balance, alignment, flexibility and strength while avoiding injuries and common pain syndromes. This course integrates body and mind principles from yoga, dance, pilates, T-Tapp and the Barr Method to provide a challenging workout. Wear loose comfortable attire, including tennis shoes or other flexible shoes. Please bring a mat, towel and stretch band (if you have one). Both classes are similar but different and both are recommended for the best results with your fitness. Class limited to 15 students. Impact level: Low Intensity level: Low to High Location: Recreation Center 10 classes 61834.01 Tu 8:30 am-9:45 am 4/8-6/10 61834.02 Th 8:30 am-9:45 am 4/10-6/12 61834.03 Tu 8:30 am-9:45 am 6/17-8/19 61834.04 Th 8:30 am-9:45 am 6/19-8/21 Fee: $72R/$84NR Sr. Fee: $57R/$72NR

Instructor Nadia Sheibani finding her Zen in Burlingame’s Washington Park! Spring & Summer 2014 - Activities Guide

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TaiDefense, Chi, SelfMartial DefenseArts & Martial Arts Self & Tai Chi Women's Self Defense (age 15+) with U.S.S.D

People can get attacked everywhere and at anytime. It could be in your car, parking lot, your own home or street... How will you defend yourself? How do you not become a VICTIM? Only by recognizing your fear will you overcome it. This class provides a realistic approach that begins with tactics such as awareness, risk reduction and avoidance, then progresses to the basic hands-on self-defense techniques. Geared specifically for women of all ages. Omit: 5/26 8 classes Location: Recreation Center 62005.01 M 5:30 pm-6:30 pm 4/7-6/2 62005.02 M 5:30 pm-6:30 pm 6/16-8/4 Fee: $62R/$72NR Questions regarding Karate classes can be addressed to the instructor, 650-346-9801 or chisholm@hakuakai.com. All classes are taught at the Rec Center by Edwards Karate. Karate Gi (uniform) is required and may be purchased from instructor.

Pre-Karate I (age 5-8) with George Chisholm

This class is for all new students in Karate. Designed for both boys and girls, this class will emphasize hand-eye coordination, body awareness, social interaction, and Karate concepts, while teaching the basics needed to advance in the study of Karate. It builds confidence, motivate your child to learn and increase attention span. Location: Recreation Center 62897.01 Tu 5:00 pm-5:45 pm 4/8-5/27 8 classes Fee: $95R/$112NR 62897.02 Tu 5:00 pm-5:45 pm 6/17-8/19 10 classes Fee: $120R/$142NR

Practical Martial Arts (age 8-16) with U.S.S.D.

Bullying is a big problem that affects lots of kids. Three-quarters of all kids say they have been bullied or teased. Practical Martial Arts will give you the confidence and the ability to defend yourself properly. You will also learn how to not appear to be an easy target. Walk with a purpose. Be aware of your surroundings. Walk with your head up looking forward in the direction you are walking, use your peripheral vision to be aware of the people around you. Act confident and stand tall. In this class your child/teen will be taught how to do all these things and more! Location: Recreation Center 8 classes 62006.01 W 4:30 pm-5:30 pm 4/19-5/28 62006.02 W 4:30 pm-5:30 pm 6/18-8/6 Fee: $62R/$72NR

Pre-Karate II (age 6-8) with George Chisholm

This class is designed for those students who have successfully completed at least 2 or more sessions of Pre-Karate I, and have the instructors approval. Students will work on refining their Karate skills at a more advanced level than Pre-Karate I. All students must wear a uniform (Gi) in this class. Location: Recreation Center 62898.01 Th 5:00 pm-5:45 pm 4/10-5/29 8 classes Fee: $95R/$112NR 62898.02 Th 5:00 pm-5:45 pm 6/19-8/21 10 classes Fee: $120R/$142NR

Karate Intro/Beg (age 9-17) with George Chisholm

This class is designed for older beginner students in Karate who have completed at least one session of Pre-Karate I, and have the instructors approval. Come and learn the basics of Karate. Karate is a great way to develop confidence, discipline, coordination and strength. All students must wear a uniform (Gi) in this class. Location: Recreation Center 62899.01 Th 5:50 pm-6:40 pm 4/10-5/29 8 classes Fee: $95R/$112NR 62899.02 Th 5:50 pm-6:40 pm 6/19-8/21 10 classes Fee: $120R/$142NR

Tai Chi/Qi Gong (age 13+) with Leslie Shimmin

Qi Gong is a system of gentle moves that helps cultivate our energy. In this class, we will utilize the entire body to help develop our coordination, stability, and capacity. Through simple and effective movement, we will revitalize and harmonize our mind, body, and spirit. Omit: 5/26 8 classes Location: Recreation Center Spring Session 62007.01 M 12:00 pm-1:00 pm 4/7-6/2 62007.02 M 6:00 pm-7:00 pm 4/7-6/2 62007.03 Th 12:00 pm-1:00 pm 4/10-5/29 Summer Session 62007.04 M 12:15 pm-1:15 pm 6/16-8/4 62007.05 M 6:00 pm-7:00 pm 6/16-8/4 Fee: $75R/$88NR

Karate Int/Adv (age 9-17) with George Chisholm

This class is for intermediate and advanced students. Students must have completed at least one session of Intro/Beginning Karate before enrolling in this class. New students may be admitted, but only with prior approval from the instructor. Students must wear a Gi in this class. Location: Recreation Center 62900.01 Tu/Th 5:50 pm-6:40 pm 4/8-5/29 16 classes Fee: $175R/$208NR 62900.02 Tu/Th 5:50 pm-6:40 pm 6/17-8/21 20 classes Fee: $215R/$256NR

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Home & Hobbies

Beginning Bridge II (age 18+) with Carol Knowles

The second course in the ACBL series is designed to reach the next level of understanding of all elements of the game of bridge with emphasis on play techniques and review of bidding concepts. Beginning students of all levels are welcome. The text “ACBL Bridge Series: Play of the Hand in the 21st Century is available on Amazon. 9 classes Location: Recreation Center 60031.01 Tu 6:30 pm-8:30 pm 4/8-6/10 Omit: 5/27 Fee: $122R/$143NR Sr. Fee: $96R/$122NR Lab Fee: $5 (included)

How To Sell Your House For Top Dollar (age 18+) with Sue Mahlstedt & Petra Breckova

Are you considering selling your home? Thinking this may be the 'right' time to sell? Then attend this information-packed, 2 hour course to learn what it takes to get the highest possible price for your home. You will gain tips on how best to price your home, how to aggressively market your home, and how to select the best real estate agent for you. You will also learn how to attract multiple, qualified buyers as well as tips on cost effectively staging and preparing your home to put more money into your pocket. If you are wondering how to move to the next step, whether moving up or down sizing, this workshop is for you! (Fee includes Bridge III Defense (age 18+) with Carol Knowles per couple price) 1 class The third course in the ACBL series is designed to reach the next level of Location: Recreation Center understanding of all elements of the game of bridge with emphasis on defense 60018.01 Sa 10:00 am-12:00 pm 5/10 techniques and review of bidding concepts. Students of all levels are welcome. Fee: $30R/$34NR Sr. Fee: $26R/$30NR The text "ACBL Bridge Series: Defense in the 21st Century" is available on Amazon. Location: Recreation Center 9 classes Home Buyers Bootcamp (age 18+) 60034.01 W 6:30 pm-8:30 pm 4/9-6/11 Omit: 5/28 with Sue Mahlstedt & Petra Breckova Fee: $122R/$143NR Sr. Fee: $96R/$122NR Lab Fee: $5 (included) Are you thinking of buying a home? Wondering where and how do you begin the home buying process? Buying a home can be overwhelming and complicated. Advanced Bridge (age 18+) with Carol Knowles This class is designed for students who have previous knowledge and experience Attend this 2 hour information-packed Boot Camp to learn the steps of what of the game. Sessions will be based on the text "25 Bridge Conventions You it takes to buy in today’s real estate market, how to select an agent & lender, Should Know" by Barbara Seagram and Marc Smith. A great reference book for how to select the right home, how to determine the value of a home, how to negotiate the best possible price, know your options available and how to save ever player, available on Amazon. 9 classes the most money possible. Join this Home Buyers BOOT CAMP to overcome your Location: Recreation Center fears and turn the dream of owning a home into a reality. Buying a home is most 60032.01 M 10:00 am-12:00 pm 4/7-6/9 Omit: 5/26 likely the largest purchase you will ever make. Whether you presently own a Fee: $122R/$143NR Sr. Fee: $96R/$122NR Lab Fee: $5 (included) home, or you are a first time home buyer, you will learn strategies for getting you the best buy as well as tips for a smooth purchase. (Fee includes price Bridge Supervised Play (age 18+) with Carol Knowles Students of all levels are welcome who have basic knowledge and experience with per couple) Taught by Sue Mahlstedt & Petra Breckova TEAM, Coldwell Banker the game of bridge. The instructor will review bridge concepts while supervising Join us at www.facebook.com/SueAndPetraTEAM Location: Recreation Center 1 class actual play. 9 classes 60012.01 Sa 10:00 am-12:00 pm 4/12 Location: Recreation Center Fee: $30R/$34NR Sr. Fee: $26R/$30NR 60033.01 M 1:00 pm-3:00 pm 4/7-6/9 Omit: 5/26 Fee: $122R/$143NR Sr. Fee: $96R/$122NR

Lab Fee: $5 (included)

NEW! Top 5 Parenting Personal Finance Must Dos (age 18+)

Owner/Builder Workshop (age 18+)

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with Joseph Cyr, Chief Building Official, City of Burlingame

A helpful class for any homeowner who is thinking about performing the duties of an Owner/Builder on their residential project in the City of Burlingame. A brief This one evening workshop will highlight the Top 5 Parenting Personal Finance history of the Uniform Building codes will be presented, followed by a presentation Must Dos including the following topics: education planning, estate planning, on the pros and cons of being an Owner/Builder. Tips on hiring a contractor will be insurance, cash flow, and retirement. Learn how to take action to help your family provided. There will be a question and answer session at the end of the meeting. feel more financially secure. Spouse/Guest may attend for free. 1 class Central County Fire Authority will provide a brief presentation and helpful hints Location: Recreation Center regarding Fire Code requirements in residential structures. 1 class 47001.01 Tu 7:00 pm-9:00 pm 5/6 Location: Burlingame Library Lane Room Fee: $30R/$34NR Sr. Fee: $26R/$30NR 47100.01 Sa 10:00 am-12:00 pm 4/19 Fee: Free!!!

with Tom Lo

You Can Sew (age 15+) with Leila Van Dyke

NEW!

Come learn the essential sewing techniques from couture designer and dressmaker, Leila Van Dyke, the 2009 U.S. Commerce Association's "Best of Local Business" awardee. Leila has been designing and making couture gowns and clothing in her Marina district studio for 33 years. You will also learn how to measure yourself, and make patterns for simple projects such as aprons, NEW! 7 classes Got Employee Stock? Learn How To Make The Most of It placemats, pillow cases, etc. Bring a sewing machine. Location: Recreation Center (age 18+) with Tom Lo 60809.01 M 6:45 pm-8:45 pm 4/7-5/19 This one evening workshop will help you make the most of your employee stock Fee: $199R/$236NR Sr. Fee: $152R/$199NR by teaching you the fundamentals of incentive and non-qualified stock options, RSU's, and ESPP's. Learn how to use your employee stock to make your financial life more secure. Spouse/guest may attend for free. 1 class Location: Recreation Center 47000.01 Tu 7:00 pm-9:00 pm 5/27 Fee: $30R/$34NR Sr. Fee: $26R/$30NR

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Aquatics BURLINGAME AQUATIC CLUB

YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS FOR EVERYONE! Youth Swimming Lessons:

Weekdays & Weekend lessons available! Youth Swim Lessons and Baby & Me Classes The entry level training pool is kept at approximately 88 degrees! Each class is 28 minutes long, except Dolphin (45 minutes)

Private Swimming Lessons:

BAC offers private and semi-private (2 people) 30 minute lessons for people of all ages and abilities. Private lessons are a great way to cater to those who may need a little bit of extra attention and support in developing their swimming skills. Our instructors are trained to be able to accommodate all skill levels and all swim development goals.

Adult Swimming Lessons:

Classes are held on either Monday/Wednesdays or Tuesday/Thursdays in the evenings, and also on the weekends between 10am and 2pm. Beginners are very welcome! It’s never too late to learn to swim.

Aqua Fitness Classes:

BAC offers a full slate of aquatic fitness classes throughout the week. Participants may join on a per class basis or buy regular use passes at discounted rates. Our current schedule includes: aqua aerobics, aqua yoga, aqua pilates, and Arthritis Foundation classes. Please check our website for the full schedule and to sign-up! We also offer additional registration based classes, such as Aqua Boot Camp, Adult Swim Camp, and Intro to Lap Swimming. Each of these classes meets twice per week, and registration in the classes is necessary in order to participate. These are fun, social classes that offer an exciting way to stay fit and learn new skills!

Youth Swim Team & Youth Water Polo:

BAC’s youth teams for both swimming and water polo practice year-round, and since their inception in 2000 has led many young athletes to become champions. A minimum level of swim experience is necessary, but athletes that need extra training before joining our teams can work with our swim lesson instructors to prepare for this great team adventure! We accept athletes as young as six years old, and new athletes are always welcome!

Adult Masters Swimming & Water Polo:

Come for the fitness, stay for the friends! Our masters teams are a great place to get involved in your local community while at the same time getting in excellent shape. We offer quarterly and drop-in memberships that can accommodate any kind of schedule. You’re never too busy to find time to get to the pool!

Call or email us for more information and to sign up!

Burlingame Aquatic Club, 1 Mangini Way, Burlingame, CA 94010 Parking and facility entrance are off Oak Grove Avenue Email: programs@burlingameaquatics.com; Telephone: 650-558-2881

http://www.facebook.com/burlingameaquatics www.burlingameaquatics.com BAC provides aquatic programming on behalf of the City of Burlingame

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Directory

Burlingame Parks & Recreation’s Mission Statement The Burlingame Parks & Recreation Dept. is Creating a Better Place to Live, Work & Play by: • Providing well-maintained playgrounds, street trees, park spaces & recreational facilities; • Offering a high-quality, diversified program of recreational activities; & • Supporting local community groups

City Of Burlingame - City Directory City Council

Parks & Recreation Commission

Beautification Commission

Michael Brownrigg, Mayor Terry Nagel, Vice-Mayor Jerry Deal Ricardo Ortiz Ann Keighran

Anne Hinckle, Chair Mary Hunt Richard Kirchner Leslie McQuaide Karen Dittman

City Services - Telephone Numbers

Emergency Police & Fire 911 Police: Business 777-4100 Fire: Business 558-7600 Public Works 558-7260 Streets, Sewer, Water 558-7670 After Hours Emergency 692-0604 Business Licenses 558-7210 Building Permits 558-7260

City Council Meetings Beautification Commission Library Board Parks & Recreation Commission Planning Commission Traffic, Parking & Safety

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Lily Lau, Chair John Eaton Janet Martin Laura Hesselgren Julie Baird Donna Colson Steven Baum

Library: Main Library 558-7400 Easton Branch 340-6180 Water: Billing 558-7210 Information 558-7200 Planning & Zoning 558-7250 Parks: Trees 558-7330 Recreation Center 558-7300

City of Burlingame Meetings 1st & 3rd Monday 1st Thursday 3rd Tuesday 3rd Thursday 2nd & 4th Monday 2nd Thursday

7:00pm 6:30pm 5:30pm 7:00pm 7:00pm 7:00pm

City Hall Rec Center Library Rec Center City Hall City Hall

Register online at www.burlingame.org/rec

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Rental Information

Burlingame Loves to Picnic in the Park! Tables and BBQ’s are available to rent to have a party, get-together, or just to hang out! Call 650.558.7300 for permit information.

Capacity Washington Park: Small 25-50: Washington Park: Large 50-100 Washington Park: Both 100-150 Village Park Picnic Area Up to 50 For Bocce reservations contact 650.558.7300

Resident Non-Res $105 $135 $225 $255 $325 $375 $105 $135

Washington Small

Washington Large

Hold your next party or meeting at the Recreation Center The Recreation Center offers a wide variety of meeting or reception rooms that are available to the general public. Rooms may be reserved up to a year in advance. For more information on prices, availability, etc., please contact the Parks & Recreation Department at 558-7300.

Size Seated Capacity Auditorim 71 x 50 240 *can fit 450 assembly Lounge II 47 x 27 75 Lounge I 35 x 27 50 Loung I & II 82 x 27 125 Art Room 33 x 33 60 Kitchen available for additional charge

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MOVIE NIGHTS at Sunset in Washington Park 2014

free family

MOVIEs in the Park

Friday, August 8 th - Despciable Me 2 Friday, August 22 nd Monsters University With Family Campout Friday, September 5th - Nut Job

Come join us for something fun and exciting this summer with FREE FAMILY MOVIES in Washington Park. Bring your blankets, picnic baskets, and warm coats. Burlingame Parks & Recreation 850 Burlingame Avenue (650) 558-7300

Cotton CANDY & POPCORN Second Annual

provided by The Sacred Church to benefit the Youth Scholarship Fund.

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Burlingame Parks & Recreation Dept

Family Campout

Come Camp out under the stars in Washington Park!

Friday, August 22nd @ 5:30pm

◆BBQ ◆S’mores ◆Bounce House ◆Outdoor Movie (Monsters University) ◆Pancake Breakfast $15 per person

Children under age 2 are free.

Bring a tent to sleep in, sleeping bags, flashlights, and warm clothes. All children under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

Family Campout (All Ages)

Location: Washington Park Time: 5:30pm-9:00am 73805.01 1 Camper Fee: $15 73805.02 2 Campers Fee: $30 73805.03 3 Campers Fee: $45 73805.04 4 Campers Fee: $60 73805.05 5 Campers Fee: $75 73805.06 6 Campers Fee: $90 73805.07 7 Campers Fee: $105 73805.08 8 Campers Fee: $120

For more information, call Mike Noce @ 650-558-7300

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Sunday, June 29 Sunday, July 13

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West Grand Boulevard Country Crush

R&B / Soul

Country

Sunday, July 20

Busta-Groove!

Sunday, July 27

Department of Rock

Dance Variety Rock Hits

Enjoy free entertainment in Washington picnic Park-Recreation Center patio.

Lawn seating

Food available to purchase or bring a picnic to enjoy!

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