Play Lodi! Winter Spring 2023 Activity Guide

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PlayLodi WINTER/ SPRING 2023 ACTIVITY GUIDE What’s Inside: SquareFlix 4 Spring Break Camp 8 Adult Sports 12 Art 18 Splash Bash 23 REGISTER TODAY! Lodi.gov/PRCS Jump into S ing!

LODI PARKS, RECREATION AND CULTURAL SERVICES

Administration Office

230 W. Elm St., Lodi, CA 95240

Hours: M-F 8-5pm

Closed every other Friday 209.333.6742

Hutchins Street Square 125 S. Hutchins St., Lodi, CA 95240

Hours: M-F 8-5pm

Closed every other Friday

Office: 209.333.6782 | Box Office: 209.333.5550

Park Operations 111 N. Stockton Street, Lodi, CA 95240 209.368.1012

CITY COUNCIL

Mark Chandler, Mayor

Mikey Hothi, Mayor Pro Tempore

Alan Nakanishi, Council Member

Doug Kuehne, Council Member Shak Kahn, Council Member

LODI PARKS COMMISSION

Mike Carouba Bret Erickson Larry Long William Mitchell Aaron VanNortwick

PARKS & RECREATION DEPARTMENT TEAM

Christina Jaromay, Director

Laura Johnston, Deputy Director

Tyler Ashbaugh, Recreation Manager (Sports & Aquatics)

Rachel Sandoval, Recreation Manager (After School Program)

Jennifer Winn, Recreation Manager (Hutchins Street Square)

Dan White, Program Coordinator (Lodi Lake)

Andrea Brossman, Aquatics Coordinator

Shawnie Tate, Administrative Analyst

Terri Lovell, Administrative Assistant

Marci Lavallis, Sr. Administrative Clerk

Patty Moreno, Sr. Administrative Clerk

Steve Virrey, Parks Project Coordinator

Zach Herd, Parks Supervisor

TABLE OF CONTENTS

DIRECTORSMESSAGE 3

EVENTS 4-7

MUSIC IN THE PARK 7

SPORTS 9-12 DANCE 14-17

ENRICHMENT 18-19

AQUATICS 20-23

STOCKER GRANT 23

LODI LAKE 24-25

DOG PARKS 27 RENTALS 29

SKATE PARK 30

PARKS AND FACILITIES 31

Liability Waiver and Photo Release

Participants agree to indemnify and hold harmless, the City of Lodi, its Council, Officers, Boards, Commissions, Agents and Employees for any loss or liability which results or is alleged to have resulted from my child’s participation in this program. I/we agree to allow use of my/our photographin program publicity.

Inclusive and Adaptive Recreation for People with Disabilities In an effort to meet the needs of the community and in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Lodi Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services wants to ensure that all individuals have access to our programs. Reasonable accommodations for programs and activities are available and will be determined on an individual basis. To request an accommodation, mark the “Accommodations Needed” box on the registration form or contact Parks Administration. Staff will contact you. Allow at least two weeks advance notice.

Keep it Fun

For the enjoyment and safety of everyone, Lodi Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services requires all participants to treat people and facilities with respect and abide by all rules and direction from staff. Lodi Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services reserves the right to refuse service to anyone for failure to abide by these standards.

Withdrawals/Refunds

All Withdrawal Requests must be submitted to PRCS in writing on the Withdrawal Request Form at least 7 calendar days before a class starts. Approved withdrawals will receive the registration fee, non-resident fee and material fees, less a $5 Withdrawal Fee. Administrative Fee ($7) and online third-party processing fees and charges (vary) are NON-REFUNDABLE. Full refund of registration fee, non-resident fee, material fees and administrative fees will be given if the department cancels the Activity. No refunds will be given after the first day of the activity. Please contact program staff for withdrawal requests made after class start date.

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DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE

ART IN PUBLIC PLACES

Art in public places reflects and reveals our society, adding meaning and showcasing our city’s uniqueness. It humanizes the built environment and invigorates public spaces. It tells a story of how our past, present and future intersect. The City of Lodi’s most recent celebration of art in public places was for the Cycles of Suffrages Mural. City Council approved funding for the 19th Amendment Centennial Mural Project and the Lodi Arts Commission and Lodi Arts Foundation sought out design submissions from artists to be installed on the wall between the World of Wonders Science Museum and the parking garage at 2 North Sacramento Street. Local artist Tony Segale was selected. The mural commemorates the Centennial of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and was completed in April 2022. The mural is a 30-foot high, striking image that captures the long struggle for women’s suffrage from its first victory with passage of the 19th Amendment – granting suffrage to white women – through an additional 45 years when all women were finally granted suffrage via the passage of the 1965 Voting Rights Act. It is the story of the fight for human rights, diversity, and inclusion. The dedication of the mural was held on October 1, 2022, and was well attended by City Council, City staff, Lodi Arts Commission Members, Lodi Arts Foundation, US Lodi Cycling Club and art enthusiasts. The following is a extract of my speech for the dedication.

Art brings people together. People from all walks of life, different socioeconomic classes, people who love art and those who don’t know much about art at all. Art tells our story to people who have a long history of this area and also educates our visitors. Art makes us feel somethingwhether it’s a sense of belonging, awe of something beautiful depicted, or even a feeling of envy for those like me who have no artistic expression. I was never able to paint or draw or

sculpt. My kids to this day laugh at my stick figures. But for some, art also includes a mastery of music. Here in Lodi we don’t only have a walking trail of murals and sculptures but also a community of music. During COVID everything was shut down and we weren’t allowed to attend concerts, even outside. We resorted to virtual concerts; which were okay but not really the real thing. My very first live concert after COVID was at Hutchins Street Square. It was a concert put on by the Lodi Community Concerts Association. The Sons of Serendip - a quartet of musicians including a keyboard player, a harpist, violinist and singer climbed on stage and said their warm welcomes. The moment they started playing and the lead singer started singing - I was overwhelmed with so much emotion. His angelic voice doubled with glorious music, truly touched me and I started tearing up. That’s what art is to me – a powerful vice that creates emotions – remembrance, celebration, reflection and sometimes sadness. We are fortunate that our City Council recognizes the importance of art in the community. While art in public places is accessible for all, it wouldn’t be possible without the support of the Council, City staff, local businesses and the public. Thank you all for being here today and thank you to the Lodi Arts Commission and Lodi Arts Foundation for everything you do to bring the arts to Lodi. And a special thank you to our artist Tony Segale for this beautiful mural.

To learn more about the city’s art in public places program, visit our webpage at Cultural Arts | Lodi, CA.

If you’re interested in participating in Lodi’s Art in Public Places, we hope to see you at the next Lodi Arts Commission meeting. Check the website for updated meeting days and times, www.lodi.gov.

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DOUBLE FEATURE Come for one, stay for the other! FEBRUARY 25, 2023 Sing-a-long to your favorite Disney movie, “Frozen” and celebrate its 10th anniversary with us. Join the Incredibles Family as they regain the public’s trust in superheroes and defeat the supervillain known as “Screenslaver.” $3 per ticket; Family 4-pack $10! Frozen Sing-a-Long: 1:00pm Incredibles 2: 3:30pm 2023 we're R R R G G G ! !! N N N H H HI I I I I I APPLY TODAY FOR SUMMER 2023 JOBS! Recreation Specialists After School Program and Summer Camp Recreation Leaders After School Program and Summer Camp Lifeguards Aquatic Fitness Instructor Swim Instructor Parks Laborer Scene Technician Hutchins Street Square 4
Saturday, April 8, 2023 10am-12pm Hutchins Street Square, west park 125 S. Hutchins Street, Lodi Egg-Venture Egg-Venture Hoppy Jamboree & EggHunt,BouncyHouses, & SpecialGuestB unn y! FREE EVENT 5
Teen Poetry SLAM FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 2023 6:00pm-7:00pm HUTCHINS STREET SQUARE Free refreshments including a coffee bar, sodas, water and snacks. Seating is limited; First 60 will be admitted. FREE AND OPEN TO ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, 14-18 YEARS OLD. PRESENTED BY THE LODI YOUTH COMMISSION, LIBRARY TEEN ADVISORY BOARD AND THE LODI POET LAUREATE Calling all aspiring teen writers, creative artists, speakers, rappers and poets to release their inner voice… literally! Step into the spotlight, grab the mic, tell your truth and tell the story. It’s yours! 6

Outdoor Adventure Camp

Celebrate the great outdoors and allow your child to explore and enjoy nature every day in this summer day camp. They will enjoy activities with water, arts, nature and swimming.

FAST Sports Camp

Introduce your child to sports through these fun, week-long, healthy day camps where campers will learn skills through drills, games and fun play.

STEM Camp

Introduce your camper to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) through fun, educational week-long camps. Your camper will keep up their educational skills over summer while having fun and meeting other campers.

Summer Blast

Summer Blast Camp features week-long day camps for kids with tons of fun activities to keep them busy while having fun and staying safe. Campers will enjoy games, outdoor play, water-play, swimming and walking field trips to favorite locales and arts-n-crafts all related to the week’s theme.

7 HUTCHINS STREET SQUARE IN THE WEST PARK | 125 S. HUTCHINS ST. 9TH ANNUAL MUSIC IN THE PARK 4TH WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH 6PM-8PM MAY 24 JUNE 28 JULY 26 AUGUST 23 FOR INFO: 209-333-6782 2023 Summer Ca
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REGISTRATION BEGINS MARCH 15, 2023 Exciting camps for youth entering 1-6th grades in June and July.
MARCH 13-24, 2023 HUTCHINS STREET SQUARE, HOLZ ROOM 125 S. HUTCHINS ST. Spring Camp is not sponsored or coordinated by Lodi Unified School District LODI PARKS, RECREATION & CULTURAL SERVICES | 230 W. ELM ST., LODI, CA 95240 | 209-333-6742 REGISTRATION LODI.GOV/867/FALL-SPRING-BREAK-CAMPS ïFUN AND GAMES ï ARTS AND CRAFTS ï SWIMMING AND SPORTS ï INDOOR AND OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES ï MOVIES AND WALKING FIELD TRIPS ï NON-STOP FUN! HOURS: Monday-Friday 9am-3pm Extended Care 7-9am, 3-6pm FEES: Registration Fee: $30 Weekly Fee: $195 Extended Care: $90 Punch Pass Daily Fee: $60 per day (7am-6pm) REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 15, 2023 2023 Summer Camp ACTIVITY# DATE Wk11300.101 March13-17 Wk21300.102March20-24 Caring and trained staff create a safe environment for your kids to grow and create lasting memories. 8

SPORTS

ADULT SPORTS • YOUTH SPORTS • TOT SPORTS

We strive to offer a wide variety of engaging, energetic, and fun sports programs to our community, and a wide range of activities and events for the whole family! Register online today.

TOT SPORTS

TOT SOCCER

Instructor: Volunteer Coaches Go after your goals! Learn to play soccer in this cooperative and fun environment. Learn the fundamentals of the game from parent coaches who love the game. This is a 6-week program, games are about 45 minutes, games are played Saturdays only. Parent coaches needed.

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TOT T-BALL

Instructor: Volunteer Coaches Swing for the fences! Learn to play baseball in this cooperative and fun learning environment. Learn the fundamentals of the game from parent coaches who love the game. Parent coaches needed. This is a 6-week Program, games are about 45 minutes and played on Saturdays only.

Location: Peterson Park Ages: 3-5 ACTIVITY# DAYS TIMEDATESRESNON-RES 3421.101Sa8:30-11:30am5/6-6/10 $49 $53

VOLUNTEER TOT SOCCER AND T-BALL COACHES NEEDED. Make a difference in a child’s life. Introduce young children to the game you love that they’ll LEARN to love. Print and fill out our Youth Sports Coaching Interest Form today. Resources will be provided. Fun today; rewarding tomorrow.

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Location: Peterson
Ages: 3-5 ACTIVITY# DAYS TIMEDATESRESNON-RES 3631.101Sa8:30-11:30am 3/11-4/15 $49 $53 3631.102Sa8:30-11:30am 3/11-4/15 $49 $53
SPORTS

Registration for all BOBS programs open January 1 Register at LodiBOBS.net (season begins Feb. 11)

T-BALL

T-ball is the entry level division for boys and girls. The experience is grounded in fun, fitness and fundamentals while also being a key to growing a child’s love for the game. Ages: 5-6 | Fee: $110

INSTRUCTIONAL

Players will continue to focus on the basics of the game, working on building a good foundation for later learning. This division will incorporate the use of a pitching machine and mechanics of the swing. Ages: 7-8 | Fee: $115

10-U SOFTBALL

Pitching, catching and stealing are introduced at this level. The focus will continue to be on having fun while increasing skills.

Girls Ages: 9-10 | Fee: $120

12-U SOFTBALL

Skill development in this level continues in throwing, infield and outfield play, pitching, hitting and catching. Girls Ages: 11-12 | Fee: $125

16-U SOFTBALL

Skill development continues and coaches work on emphasizing teamwork, fun, and sportsmanship.

Girls Ages: 13-16 | Fee: $145

FARM

Pitching, catching and stealing are introduced at this level. The focus will continue to be on having fun while increasing skills.

Boys Ages: 9-10 | Fee: $120

MAJORS

Skill development in this level continues in throwing, infield, outfield, pitching, stealing, hitting and catching.

Boys Ages: 11-12 | Fee: $125

BABE RUTH

Skill development continues. Games are played on Major League Baseball regulation size field..

Boys Ages: 13-15| Fee: $145

SPORTS CAMPS

AIR ATTACK FLAG FOOTBALL CAMP

Instructor: National Academy of Athletics Did you know that Flag Football was originally called “Touch and Tail Football? Come run, pass, and defend in a noncontact version of football. National Academy of Athletics staff will teach campers the basics of the sport while keeping them safe on the field.

Location: Hutchins Street Square, West Park Ages: 7-13

ACTIVITY# DAYS TIMEDATESRESNON-RES

2552.101 M-F9am-noon3/13-3/17$186$204

HOOP IT UP BASKETBALL CAMP

Instructor: National Academy of Athletics Come be a Baller and Make it Rain… Baskets, of course! Pick up a basketball and learn to dribble, pass, and make a basket. National Academy of Athletics staff will teach campers the basics of the sport while keeping them safe on the court.

Location: Hutchins Street Square, West Park Ages: 7-13

ACTIVITY# DAYS TIMEDATESRESNON-RES 2512.101M-F9am-noon3/20-3/24$186$204

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SPORTS

YOUTH/TEEN SPORTS

BUMP, SET, SPIKE GRASS VOLLEYBALL

Instructor: National Academy of Athletics Come bump, set, and spike in the grass with National Academy of Athletics. If you want to play a sport with little contact and no running, volleyball is just for you! This introductory volleyball program is the perfect place to learn about the game while making new friends.

Location: West Park at Hutchins Street Square Ages: 8-13

ACTIVITY# DAYS TIMEDATESRESNON-RES

3542.101 TuTh 4:00-5:30pm 4/18-5/25 $176 $193

IN THE NET SOCCER

Instructor: National Academy of Athletics Come join the trend of playing soccer, the world’s most popular sport. Come run, dribble, pass, and score a goal while having a blast and making new friends in this amazing camp. National Academy of Athletics staff will teach campers the basics of the sport while keeping them safe on the field.

Location: Grape Bowl Ages: 8-14

ACTIVITY# DAYS TIMEDATESRESNON-RES

3532.101 TuTh 4:00-5:30pm 2/28-4/6 $176 $193

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ADULT SPORTS

ADULT COED VOLLEYBALL

Bump, Set, Spike! Register your coed volleyball team Today! This is a recreational division only. Ten players per team suggested. Twelve teams maximum in league. 8-week season. No officials in this league.

Location: Tokay High School Gym

ACTIVITY# DAYS TIMEDATESRESNON-RES

4231.101M6:30-8:30pm3/6-5/1$260$286

SPRING SOFTBALL

Play ball! Register your softball team online or in-person. Season includes 8-games plus playoffs for the top four seeds. USA Softball team registration is included in your local registration fee. Minimum of 4, maximum 6 teams per division.

Location: 60’ Diamond Softball Complex

ACTIVITY# DAYS TIMEDATESRESNON-RES

4511.101CoedM6:30-9:30pm 3/27-5/22$500$550

4511.102 Coed Tu 6:30-8:30pm 3/28-5/23$500$550

4512.101Men’sM6:30-9:30pm 3/27-5/22$500$550

4512.102Men’sTu 6:30-8:30pm 3/28-5/23$500$550

4512.103Men’sW6:30-9:30pm 3/29-5/24$500$550

TEACH A CLASS!

Turn your hobby into a class! If you’d like to teach a class with the Lodi Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department, please complete theInstructor Application and Class Proposal Formand submit it to our Recreation Staff.

SPORTS FIELDS

Baseball, softball, soccer, and football field rentals are available for practice, game, and tournament play. Please check the Athletic Field Rental Information and Rate Sheet here. For more information on sports field rentals, call 209-333-6742 or fill out the Rental Interest Form.

•Zupo Baseball Field

•Kofu Baseball Field

•Grape Bowl

•Softball Complex

•Chapman Softball Field

•DeBenedetti Park

FIELD CONDITIONS HOTLINE

All forms available at: Lodi.gov/852/Adult-Sports Softball registration forms can be mailed or hand delivered to 230 W. Elm Street, Lodi, CA 95240. All forms due by March 18, 2023.

If maintenance or unexpected inclement weather occurs, please contact the Field/ Park/Facility Condition Hotline at 209-333-6744 weekdays after 2:00pm and weekends after 7:00am. Updates are made daily. If a field/park/facility has a CLOSED status, then it is not available for use. If it has an OPEN status, it is available for use during regular operating hours. During inclement weather, if it begins to rain during field use, the field will be CLOSED and use will be canceled.

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DANCE

BALLET • BALLROOM • BELLY DANCE • TAP

We strive to offer a wide variety of engaging, energetic, and fun dance programs to our community, and a wide range of activities and events for the whole family! Register online today.

BALLET

BALLET PRE-SCHOOL

Instructor: Kermit Allen

Students will develop personal, social and learning skills that will serve them throughout their lives. Emphasis on the development of body coordination perception and expression through dance.

Location: Thomas Theatre, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 3-1/2- 5-1/2

ACTIVITY#DAY TIMEDATESRESNONRES

7611.101 Tu 4:30-5:15pm1/10-1/31$63$69

7611.102 Tu 4:30-5:15pm2/7-2/28$63$69

7611.103 Tu 4:30-5:15pm3/7-3/28$63$69

7611.104 Tu 4:30-5:15pm4/4-4/25$63$69 7611.105 Tu 4:30-5:15pm5/2-5/23$105$114

7611.106F5:15-6:15pm1/6-1/27$63$69

7611.107 F5:15-6:15pm2/3-2/24$63$69

7611.108 F5:15-6:15pm3/3-3/31 $77 $84 7611.109 F5:15-6:15pm4/7-4/28$63$69

7611.110F5:15-6:15pm5/5-5/12 $91$99

BALLET KINDER

Instructor: Kermit Allen

This class is for beginning ballet dancers continuing from Pre-School Ballet and covers foot and arm positioning, body alignment, spatial awareness, timing, strengthening and flexibility. All of this is done in an atmosphere of encouragement with an emphasis on group spirit and an appreciation of music.

Location: Thomas Theatre, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 4-7

ACTIVITY#DAY

TIMEDATESRESNONRES

7612.101 Tu 3:30-4:30pm1/10-1/31 $71$77 7612.102 Tu 3:30-4:30pm2/7-2/28 $71$77 7612.103 Tu 3:30-4:30pm3/7-3/28 $71$77 7612.104 Tu 3:30-4:30pm4/4-4/25 $71$77 7612.105 Tu 3:30-4:30pm5/2-5/23$119$131 7612.106F4:30-5:30pm1/6-1/27 $71$77 7612.107 F4:30-5:30pm2/3-2/24 $71$77 7612.108 F4:30-5:30pm3/3-3/31$87 $95 7612.109 F4:30-5:30pm4/7-4/28 $71$77 7612.110F4:30-5:30pm5/5-5/12 $103 $113

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DANCE

BEGINNING BALLET

Instructor: Kermit Allen

This class is for steadily advancing students who may have already completed a year of beginning ballet but are not yet ready for Ballet I. Continued emphasis on arm position, feet and ankle strength and flexibility, and faster pace of dancing.

Location: Thomas Theatre, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 6-8

ACTIVITY#DAY TIMEDATESRESNONRES

7613.101W4:30-5:30pm1/4-1/25 $71$77

7613.1012 W4:30-5:30pm2/1-2/22 $71$77

7613.103W4:30-5:30pm3/1-3/29$87 $95

7613.104W4:30-5:30pm4/5-4/26 $71$77

7613.105W4:30-5:30pm5/3-5/24 $99 $108 7613.106Th4:15-5:15pm 1/5-1/26 $71$77

7613.107Th4:15-5:15pm 2/2-2/23 $71$77

7613.108Th4:15--5:15pm3/2-3/30$87 $95 7613.109Th4:15-5:15pm 4/6-4/27 $71$77 7613.110Th4:15-5:15pm 5/4-5/25 $99 $108

BALLET I

Instructor: Kermit Allen Are you ready to join Ballet? This class is for dancers continuing from Advanced Beginning Ballet, older students new to ballet, and students not yet ready for Ballet II/III. More ballet vocabulary and steps are introduced.

Location: Thomas Theatre, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 7-17

ACTIVITY#DAY

TIMEDATESRESNONRES

7610.101W5:30-6:30pm1/4-1/25 $71$77

7610.102 W5:30-6:30pm2/1-2/22 $71$77 7610.103 W5:30-6:30pm3/1-3/29$87 $95 7610.104 W5:30-6:30pm4/5-4/26 $71$77 7610.105 W5:30-6:30pm5/3-5/24$119$130

BALLET II/III

Instructor: Kermit Allen

This class is for young students who have had Ballet I for at least one session or one month for new older students. More attention is paid toward single leg strength, flexibility, and advanced poses. Students should take twice a week if desired in order to help them develop and advance more quickly.

Location: Thomas Theatre, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 7-17

ACTIVITY#DAY TIMEDATESRESNONRES

7615.101 Tu 5:15-6:30pm1/10-1/31 $79 $86 7615.102 Tu 5:15-6:30pm2/7-2/28 $79 $86 7615.103 Tu 5:15-6:30pm3/7-3/28 $79 $86 7615.104 Tu 5:15-6:30pm4/4-4/25 $79 $86 7615.105 Tu 5:15-6:30pm5/2-5/23 $133 $146 7615.106Th5:15-6:30pm1/5-1/26 $79 $86 7615.107 Th5:15-6:30pm2/2-2/23 $79 $86 7615.108 Th5:15-6:30pm3/2-3/23 $79 $86 7615.109 Th5:15-6:30pm 4/6-4/27 $79 $86 7615.110Th5:15-6:30pm5/4-5/25 $133 $146

Dress Requirements For Class:

Girls: Black leotards, pink tights and pink leather ballet slippers. Hair up and back off of face and neck.

Boys: White t-shirts, white socks, black leather ballet slippers, black stretch pants or shorts.

Please Note: Advance placement in any Ballet class is through instructor approval only. Ballet classes may be subject to cancellation due to low enrollment. Early registration is recommended as some classes fill up quickly. Transfer fees and late fees apply where applicable. New students will not be accepted during performance month. Only students enrolled in all of the last 3 sessions before a show will be guaranteed a role in the performance

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DANCE

BALLET III/IV

Instructor: Kermit Allen

This class is for beginning ballet dancers and ballet dancers continuing from Pre-School Ballet. Covered in this class will be ballet foot and arm positioning, body alignment, basic vocabulary, spatial awareness, timing, strengthening and flexibility of feet, ankles and legs. All of this is done in an atmosphere of encouragement with an emphasis on group spirit and an appreciation of music.

Location: Thomas Theatre, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 8-17

ACTIVITY#DAY

TIMEDATESRESNONRES

7616.101 Tu 6:30-8:00pm1/10-1/31$87 $55

7616.102 Tu 6:30-8:00pm2/7-2/28$87 $95 7616.103 Tu 6:30-8:00pm3/7-3/28$87 $95 7616.104 Tu 6:30-8:00pm4/4-4/25$87 $95 7616.105 Tu 6:30-8:00pm5/2-5/23 $147 $161 7616.106 Th6:30-8:00pm1/5-1/26$87 $95 7616.107 Th6:30-8:00pm2/2-2/23$87 $95 7616.108 Th6:30-8:00pm3/2-3/30 $107 $117 7616.109 Th6:30-8:00pm4/6-4/27 $87 $95 7616.110Th6:30-8:00pm5/4-5/25 $147 $161 7616.111Sa10:00-11:30am1/7-1/28$87 $95 7616.112Sa10:00-11:30am2/4-2/25 $87 $95 7616.113Sa10:0-11:30am3/4-3/25$87 $95 7616.114Sa10:00-11:30am4/1-4/29 $107 $117 7616.115Sa10:00-11:30am5/6-5/20 $107 $117

PRIVATE BALLET LESSONS

Instructor: Kermit Allen

Private lesson are offered with instructor approval. Lessons are 30 minutes long and are available upon request. Please call our office for further instructions. 209-333-6742.

Location: Thomas Theatre, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 4+ Fees: $55 Resident / $60 Non-Resident

BALLET V/POINTE + PRE-POINTE

Instructor: Kermit Allen

This Ballet class REQUIRES 2 YEARS OF BALLET III/IV AND CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT IN 2 OTHER BALLET CLASSES.

Location: Thomas Theatre, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 9+

ACTIVITY#DAY TIMEDATESRESNONRES

7617.101 Tu 6:30-8:30pm1/10-1/31$110$121 7617.102 Tu 6:30-8:30pm2/7-2/28$110$121 7617.103 Tu 6:30-8:30pm3/7-3/28$110$121 7617.104 Tu 6:30-8:30pm4/4-4/25$110$121 7617.105 Tu 6:30-8:30pm5/2-5/23$189 $207 7617.106 Th6:30-8:30pm1/5-1/26$110$121 7617.107 Th6:30-8:30pm2/2-2/23$110$121 7617.108 Th6:30-8:30pm3/2-3/30 $137 $150 7617.109 Th6:30-8:30pm 4/6-4/27 $110$121 7617.110Th6:30-8:30pm5/4-5/25$189 $207 7617.111Sa10:00am-12:30pm1/7-1/28 $127 $139 7617.112Sa6:30-12;30pm 2/4-2/25 $127 $139 7617.113Sa10:00am-12:30pm3/4-3/25 $127 $139 7617.114Sa10:00am-12:30pm4/1-4/29 $157 $172 7617.115Sa10:00am-12:30pm5/6-5/20$187$205

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BALLET PERFORMANCE CLASSES

Instructor: Kermit Allen Dancers in this performing troupe focus more on acting and ballet variation and will have featured solo/demi-solo/ trio and character roles in our annual performances. This is in addition to other performing opportunities. TEACHER APPROVAL REQUIRED. This level of performance group includes 3 classes a week non-pointe students.

Location: Thomas Theatre, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 7+

YOUTH BALLET

7619.101TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm1/4-1/31$223 $245

7619.102 TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm2/1-2/28$223 $245 7619.103 TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm3/1-3/30$223 $245 7619.104 TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm4/1-4/29$223 $245 7619.105 TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm5/2-5/25$223 $245

JUNIOR BALLET

ACTIVITY#DAY

7619.106 TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm1/5-1/28$295 $324 7619.107 TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm2/1-2/28$295 $324 7619.108 TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm3/1-3/28$295 $324 7619.109 TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm4/1-4/27$295 $324 7619.110TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm5/2-5/25$295 $324

SENIOR BALLET

ACTIVITY#DAY TIMEDATESRESNONRES 7619.111TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm1/4-1/31 $367 $403 7619.112TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm2/1-2/28 $367 $403 7619.113TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm3/4-3/25 $367 $403 7619.114TuWThSa6:30-8:00pm4/1-4/29 $367 $403 7619.115TuWThSa10:00-11:00am5/2-5/25 $367 $403

Note: May classes include Spring performance rehearsal 5/16, 5/17, 5/18. Ballet Performances are 5/20 at 2pm and 7pm.

ADULT BALLET - PRIVATE LESSONS

Instructor: Kermit Allen

This class is perfect for adults new to balley or those who have experience. This class covers basic ballet technique including barre and center exercises. Please call to schedule your lessons. 209-333-6742.

Location: Thomas Theatre, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 14 + Fees: $87 Resident / $95 Non Resident

BALLROOM

Instructor: Hope Nemie

This class teaches a variety of ballroom dance styles including Tango, Nightclub Twostep, Waltz, Salsa and Foxtrot. Additional Info: Leather sole shoes encouraged. The fee is per couple. All dancer levels welcomed. If you are a single, please call the office 209-333-6782.

Location: Kirst Hall, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 11+ Fees: One Couple: $80/ Two Couples: $120 Three Couples: $140

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7631.101M6:30-7:30pm5/1-5/22$123 $135 7631.102M6:30-7:30pm4/3-4/24$123 $135 7631.103 M6:30-7:30pm3/6-3/27$123 $135 7631.104 M6:30-7:30pm 2/6-4/27 $123 $135 7612.105 M6:30-7:30pm1/2-1/30$123 $135

COUNTRY PRIVATE LESSON

Instructor: Hope Nemie Don’t miss out on the fun. Learn to dance for your wedding anniversary or special event!

Additional Info: Leather sole shoes encouraged. The fee is per couple. All dance levels welcome. If you are a single dancer, please call 209-333-6742.

Location: Kirst Hall, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 11+ Fees: One Couple: $80/Two Couples: $120 Three Couples: $140

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BELLY DANCE

BEGINNING/INTERMEDIATE

Instructor: Norene Austin

This class is for the experienced belly dancer. Advanced movements, techniques, combinations, and choreography are for individual and troupe dancers. Troupe dancers are selected from this class. Teacher permission is required for new students prior to registration. This class overlaps with the Beginning class which starts at 5:30pm. The first 50 minutes will serve as a warm-up and skills training for advanced students. Students enrolled in this class have the option of arriving at 6:20pm.

Location: Holz Room, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 12+

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ADVANCED/TROUPE

ACTIVITY#DAY TIMEDATESRESNONRES

7622.101Th5:30-8:00pm1/5-1/26 $47 $51 7622.102Th5:30-8:00pm2/2-2/30 $47 $51 7622.103 Th5:30-8:00pm3/6-3/27 $47 $51 7622.104 Th5:30-8:00pm4/4-4/25 $47 $51 7622.105 Th5:30-8:00pm5/4-5/25 $47 $51

TAP

TINY TOTS

Instructor: SusanSixkiller

Learn rhythm and elementary tap steps along with routines and sing solo with a microphone. This 3-month session ends with July’s “Celebrate America” performance. Costume fees are additional and paid directly to the instructor. Performance is optional. Students can join the class at any month in the 3-month session.

Location: Thomas Theatre, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 3.5-5

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7641.101 Tu 5:30-6:15pm4/4-4/25 $47 $51 7642.102 Tu 5:30-6:15pm5/2-5/23 $47 $51

BEGINNING ADULT

Instructor: SusanSixkiller

This class offers fun dance routines. Students will be dancing the first class, including theater tap steps. Great for actors pursuing musical theater.

Location: Thomas Theatre, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 15+

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7642.101M5:30-6:30pm1/1-1/30 $47 $51

7642.102M5:30-6:30pm 2/6-2/27 $47 $51 7642.103 M5:30-6:30pm3/6-3/27 $47 $51 7642.104 M5:30-6:30pm 4/6-4/24 $47 $51 7642.105 M5:30-6:30pm5/1-5/22 $47 $51

INTERMEDIATE ACTIVE ADULT

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7643.101M5:30-6:30pm1/2-1/30 $47 $51 7643.102M5:30-6:30pm 2/6-2/27 $47 $51 7643.103 M5:30-6:30pm3/6-3/27 $47 $51 7643.104 M5:30-6:30pm4/3-4/24 $47 $51 7643.105 M5:30-6:30pm5/1-5/22 $47 $45

ACTIVE ADULT - LOW IMPACT

Instructor: SusanSixkiller

Just think tap dancing with no jumping! Low impact, Rad Tap techniques. Perfect for the Active adult! Fun music and routines.

Location: Thomas Theatre, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 18+

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FITNESS

whole family! Register online today.

ART 4 YOUR HEART

Instructor: Shaping Future Artist, LLC

Does your child need some assistance managing their emotions? Students create an art fun zone where we will work with arts, and crafts, play games and grow together.

Location: Arts Classroom, Second Floor, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 6-12

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WORLD TOUR PAINTING WORKSHOP - SPRING BREAK CAMP

Instructor: Shaping Future Artist, LLC Why not celebrate your spring break by going on a world tour with us? We will check out everything from desert plains, beautiful snowy mountains, to refreshing beaches and more. Create your own versions of beauty around you!

Location: Arts Classroom, Second Floor, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 6-12

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ART
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• EDUCATION •
We strive to offer a wide variety of engaging, energetic, and fun enrichment programs to our community, and a wide range of activities and events for the

BRICKY’S BRICK PARTY

Instructor: IntelliBricks

Does your child love Legos®? Then this is for them! From car racing to Minecraft®-themed brick centers, to huge pits filled with bricks, drop your child off for a fun 3 hours with us! Ramps and car-themed Legos® for racing, pixel art centers for artistically inclined to make bricks mosaics and brick pits filled with Legos® ranging from regular bricks to gears, axles, and hard to find minifigures and accessories.

Location: Holz Room, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 5-12

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7211.102Sa10:00am-1:00pm4/22 $67 $73

FITNESS

TAI CHI FOR WELLNESS

Instructor: Brenda Norris

Tai Chi involves basic breathing techniques, very gentle non-strenuous movements help to reduce stress, manage pain, promote relaxation, improve concentration, increase energy, heal the body and quiet the mind. Wear comfortable clothing.

Location: Holz Room, Hutchins Street Square Ages: 18+

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Lodi Adopt-A-Child, with the support of Community partnership for Family of San Joaquin, is now providing scholarships to children of qualifying families that would like to enroll in a sport or activity through Lodi Parks and Recreation.

How to apply: call 209-269-8363 or in person at 100E Pine St., Lodi

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AQUATICS

JANUARY 2 - JUNE 2

HUTCHINS STREET SQUARE POOL SCHEDULE

PROGRAMS MONDAYTUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAY SATURDAY

Lap Swim 8:00-8:50am8:00-8:50am8:00-8:50am8:00-8:50am8:00-8:50am10:00-10:50am

Water Fitness 9:00-9:50am9:00-9:50am9:00-9:50am9:00-9:50am9:00-9:50am

Arthritis Fitness 10:00-10:50am10:00-10:50am10:00-10:50am

SNAP 11:00-11:50am

Swim Lessons 4:00-7:25pm4:00-7:25pm

Open Swim 4:00-5:20pm4:00-5:20pm4:00-6:20pm12:00-1:50pm

Water Fitness 5:30-6:20pm5:30-6:20pm

Lap Swim 6:30-7:20pm6:30-7:20pm6:30-7:20pm

Rentals available: Saturdays between 3pm-6pm & Sundays between 10am-6pm

PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS

Lap Swim

Patrons can participate in this activity to swim laps or exercise. No fitness instructors are scheduled during this time.

Water Fitness

An instructor-led class focused on aerobic endurance and resistance training.

Open Swim

Patrons of all ages, family and friends are welcome to enjoy the aquatic facility for recreation swim.

Special Needs Aquatic Program (SNAP)

A class reserved for disabled persons and their companions or immediate members to enjoy the comfort of the pool. Limited to two immediate family members per child. The class is free of charge.

(No Admission Fee – funded by the Stocker Grant)

Arthritis Fitness

Instructor-led class catered for patrons with arthritis, physical limitation, or disabilities. Low-impact and gentle stretching with mild aquatic aerobic activity.

Tivity Health Partner:

ADMISSION FEES

Open Swim/Lap Swim: $3 Open Swim/Lap Swim: $5

PUNCH PASSES

10-Punch Fitness Pass: Resident: $42/Non-Resident: $46

20-Punch Open/Lap Swim Resident: $42/Non-Resident: $46

Punch Passes are available to purchase at:

• PRCS (230 W. Elm St.)

• Hutchins Street Square Guest Services Office (125 S. Hutchins St.)

• Hutchins Street Square Pool

Passes are non-transferrable, non-refundable and nonreplaceable. For more information, call 209-333-6742

HSS Pool is now a proud partner of Tivity Health with SilverSneakers and Prime Fitness.

Tivity Health provides opportunities for customers to participate in HSS Pool activities through select health insurance plans at no additional cost. Check to see if you are eligible to enroll in the program. To learn more, visit www.TivityHealth.com

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SWIM LESSONS

HUTCHINS STREET SQUARE POOL 125 S. HUTCHINS STREET EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY DURING SESSION DATES

Monthly sessions of 25-minute lessons.

Group Lesson Fees (8 Lessons):

Resident: $75. Non-resident: $82

Private Lesson Fees (8 Lessons):

Resident: $122. Non-resident: $134

GROUP SWIM LEVELS

Minnow (Level 1) Ages 4+

Must be at least 36 inches to the chin and willing to enter the water. In this class students will become comfortable in the water, learn introductory stroke mechanics and be taught basic water safety skills. Students will be introduced to floating, locomotion, bubble-blowing, kicking, and arm movement.

Seahorse (Level 2) Ages 4+

Must successfully pass Level 1 or meet the passing requirements of Level 1. Students will learn locomotion and floating in the water without support. This class builds foundations for swimming independently and teaches students primary stroke mechanics that will enforce higher level learning. Students will be introduced to breathing patterns, body positioning, wall gliding, and coordinated kicking and arm movement.

Jellyfish (Level 3) Ages 4+

Must successfully pass Level 2 or meet the passing requirements of Level 2. Students in level 3 build upon skills learned in level 2 and provide guided practice. Students learn how to perform the front crawl with side-breathing and back crawl, unassisted. Students will be introduced to the 4 primary strokes and will be able to demonstrate proper kicking techniques.

Otter (Level 4) Ages 4+

Must successfully pass Level 3 or meet the passing requirements of Level 3. In this class students will develop previously learned strokes. Students will refine and develop mechanics in the 4 primary swim strokes and build on foundations learned in previous levels. Students will begin to swim unassisted in all strokes for extended yards and practice drills to continue improvement.

Private Lessons Ages 4+

A class designed to fit the needs of the swimmer’s skill level and ability.

Adult Lessons Ages 13+

Adult classes are designated for beginning swimmers aged 13 and older. Students will become more comfortable in the water and develop skills in water safety and fitness. All comfort levels are welcome! Each class is 25 minutes long.

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4-27 February 1-24 March 1-31 (no class on March 22 & 24) April 5-28 May 3-26 ClassMinnowSeahorse JellyfishOtterPrivateAdult 4:00pm ••• 4:30pm ••• 5:00pm ••• 5:30pm • •• 6:00pm • • • 6:30pm ••• 7:00pm • REGISTER FOR SWIM LEVEL, SESSION DATES AND TIME. REGISTER TODAY HTTP://BIT.LY/LODIPRCS
January

AQUATICS SPRING BREAK

MARCH 13-24

JUNIOR LIFEGUARD CAMP

Location: Hutchins Street Square Pool

Join us for an action-packed class filled with lots of learning and practical training procedures and skills used by Professional Lifeguards. Participants will be taught and tested on skills from water rescues, CPR/AED, and First Aid. Junior Lifeguards will learn operations of enforcing pool rules, maintaining a safe environment, and performing emergency action plans. This introductory Lifeguard camp is designed to teach the basic skills of a Professional Lifeguard to inspire future generations of young Lifeguards. Upon completion of the camp, participants will receive a Junior Lifeguard Certificate. This certificate does NOT approve participants to work as a Professional Lifeguard

Class Prerequisites: Ages: 10-14 years old

Able to swim at least 100 yards (4 pool lengths)

Able to tread water for one minute

Registration Fees: $68 Resident, $75 Non-Resident Dates: March 20-22, 12-3pm

LIFEGUARD

LIFEGUARD

COURSES

Location: 125 S. Hutchins Street

We offer lifeguard courses for the American Red Cross Professional Lifeguard. This course is designed to teach basic lifesaving and water safety skills required for pool supervision. At the end of this course, each participant who passes the written and practical exams will be presented with a certificate in: Lifeguarding/First-Aid, AED, and CPR for the Professional Rescuer. Attendance is required for successful course completion. The offered courses are blended learning, which requires 8 hours of online assignments prior to the in-class sessions. Please make sure to enroll early so you have time to complete these online modules.

Please Note: Course participants must be at least 15 years old, and be able to swim 300 yards of freestyle, tread water for 2 minutes, and retrieve a 10lb brick in 7 feet of water.

To learn more, contact the Aquatics Program Coordinator at brossman@lodi.gov.

DATES DAYS

TIMES

March13-19 M-W 9:00am-5:00pm

March24-26F5:00-9:30pm March24-26S5:00-9:00pm April14-16 F,S 5:00-9:00pm

SUMMER SEASON

Lodi Lake Beach and Enze Pool at Blakely Park will open for the summer season Memorial Weekend, May 27, 28, 29 (Saturday, Sunday, Monday) from 12pm-6pm

Location: 1101 W. Turner Road

This site includes a sandy beach swimming area, a small kiddie pool with a mushroom fountain, and a shaded gazebo area that can be rented for private parties.

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SUMMER SWIM LEAGUE

Location: Tokay High School Pool and Enze Pool

Teams: Dolphins, Tritons, Seals, Otters

This recreational swimming program is designed to prepare you for competitive swimming. Swimmers will experience team bonding, a friendly social environment, and will have the opportunity to improve stroke mechanics and overall swim ability.

Qualifications: Swimmers must be able to swim the full length of the pool (25 yards) unassisted in under 3 continuous minutes to qualify for Swim Team. The swimmer may rest on the wall for quick breaks, but the timer will resume.

Ages: 5-18

7 Week Program: June 12-July 30

Brian M. Stocker Championship Meet: Scheduled on the last weekend of the season, July 29-30. This meet includes all swim teams and swimmers.

ENZE POOL SPLASH BASH

MAY 27 FROM 10AM-2PM

Location: Enze Pool at Blakely Park 1050 S Stockton Street

Sponsored by the Brian M. Stocker Fund at the Community Foundation of San Joaquin. This program provides information about all aquatic programs and services for parents including Swim Lessons, Swim League, Stocker Scholarships, and site schedules of Hutchins Street Square Pool, Enze Pool and Lodi Lake Beach.

Children can come and participate in a variety of fun activities and games. This event is an opportunity for children to do a swim assessment to determine swim level and skill ability for Summer Swim League recommendations and proper placement in Swim Lessons.

BRIAN M. STOCKER GRANT

Aquatics Scholarships

Through a partnership with the Brain M. Stocker Fund at the Community Foundation of San Joaquin, Parks and Recreation aquatic programs have a new scholarship opportunity to help the economically disadvantaged youth in the Lodi community.

HOW TO APPLY:

1.Download the Scholarship Application

2.Email completed application and income eligibility documents to

PRCS-Scholarships@lodi.gov, or mail to: Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services 230 W. Elm Street, Lodi, CA 95240

3.Application will be processed within 2 business days

4.If approved, applicants will receive an email receipt of enrollment for the registered class

5.If denied, applicants will receive an email and phone call from department staff

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LODI LAKE

Lodi

the Boathouse, you have the opportunity to rent kayaks, canoes, and stand-up paddle boards. Lodi Lake also has a seasonal swimming area with lifeguards on duty to ensure a safe and fun experience.

Daily Parking Fees:

MOKELUMNE RIVER BOAT TOURS

Enjoy the scenic beauty of Lodi Lake and the Mokelumne River aboard our 24’ tour boat. Keep your eyes open for the many bird and animal species that call the lake and the river home. It’s not uncommon to see such species as deer, river otters, great blue herons and many others! Our tour boat is inspected and certified annually through the US Coast Guard. Our Captains possess commercial master’s licenses also through the Coast Guard. The tour boat has a maximum capacity of 10 passengers.

45-minute Mini Tours – Saturdays & Sundays (May 1-Sept 5). $11 per person. Available weekends only, our mini tours run on the hour between noon and 4pm; must be dockside 15 minutes prior to the hour. Register at the small gate entrance building.

90-minute Chartered Tours – By appointment Only (May-Sept). $220 for up to 10 passengers. This unique, local excursion is perfect for small groups of up to 10 passengers. Tour day and times can be customized to meet the needs of your group and upon availability of our licensed Captains. Food and beverages allowed. For more information or to book a tour, please call 209-333-6742 or email Dan White at dwhite@lodi.gov

DOCENTS NEEDED!

Within the 110-acre Lodi Lake Park lies the 58-acre Nature Area. Every year thousands of students and visitors tour the Nature Area with the help of a Docent. The Docents support visitor experiences by sharing their knowledge and enthusiasm of nature and wildlife.

They also use the tour opportunities to encourage students to become better stewards of their environment. Interested in becoming one of these special unique individuals? Contact Dan White at dwhite@lodi.gov

DAILY PARKING...........................$5 BOAT LAUNCH.......................... $13 ANNUAL PARKING PASS...........$50
Lake Park has a vast selection of activities for all ages. Recreational activities include our 58 acre nature area, Mokelumne River boat tours, picnic rentals, BBQ pits, motorized boat launch, and playground. At
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Rediscover the wonders of the Lodi Lake Nature Area during the spring season with this self-led tour through Lodi’s natural gem. Experience its sights and sounds including its various animals, winter vegetation, and sounds of wet leaves crackling beneath your feet. View videos from our docents on your smartphone or tablet along the path to learning and experiencing more. Visitors of all ages are welcome. JANUARY 21, 2023 10:00am-12:00pm

LODI LAKE NATURE AREA 1101 W. TURNER ROAD For more information please contact Dan White at dwhite@lodi.gov or call 209-333-6890

LAKE DISCOVERY CENTER 1101 W. TURNER ROAD Bring your nature lovin? toddler to enjoy the sights, sounds, smells and colors of the Lodi Lake Park and Nature Area. Join the Lodi Lake Docents as they teach your little explorer about the world around them, from the tranquil Mokelumne River, to plentiful wildlife that call this area home. Docents will enrich your tot by focusing on the touch, sound, smell, and sight of the world around them. Each week we?ll introduce your child to new, exciting topics. Preregistration is required. Ages: 2-6

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LODI LAKE

Stormwater pollution comes from many sources. Rain or overwatering can carry pollutants like waste oil, pesticides, paint, and pet waste down the gutter and into a storm drain. Unlike our sinks and toilets, these storm drains flow directly to the Mokelumne River. Pollutants are carried into our waterways without treatment. This contaminates the water and can harm wildlife. The City of Lodi’s Stormwater Management Program is committed to protecting our rivers by involving and educating our residents in stormwater pollution prevention.

What can YOU do?

ïBe storm ready. Rake, Sweep and Remove debris from drain inlets.

ïUse minimal amounts of biodegradable phosphate free soap to wash your cars.

ïWhen painting your home, choose water-based paints.

ïPick up pet waste, bag it, and throw it in the garbage.

ïConserve water, do not over water your lawns.

ïUse an absorbent like kitty litter or sand to soak up oil and antifreeze from your driveways.

ïSpread the word to your neighbors that, helping to maintain clean storm drains helps everyone. Remember.... ONLY RAIN DOWN THE DRAIN

Successful 2022 Lodi Lake Coastal Cleanup Day Nets Over 136 Pounds of Trash

The City of Lodi’s 19th Annual Coastal Cleanup held on September 17 was a phenomenal success!

This event exemplifies what an army of volunteers can achieve in a focused one-day effort.

Here is a snapshot of the day’s haul from Lodi Lake-Mokelumne River:

ï Total Number of Volunteers: 149

ïEstimated lbs. of trash: 194

ïEstimated lbs. of recycling: 44

ïCigarette butts collected: 683

ïMiles of park and river area cleaned: 25miles

ïAmount of fun had: Immeasurable

CiTY OF LODi - PUBLiC WORKS CLEAN WATER iS OUR BUSiNESS Learn more about how you can help: LiBRARY.LODi.GOV/490/STORMWATER-POLLUTiON-PREVENTiON-GUiDE if FOLLOW US @LODIPARKS 26 50 FEDERALCLEAN WATERACT 1972-2022 LODi CELEBRATES WiTH DRiNKABLE, SWiMMABLE, FiSHABLE,SUSTAiNABLE, CLEAN WATER! IT’S WORTH PROTECTiNG!

Dog Parks

Off Leash and Under Control

1824 W TokaySt.

WHERE CAN I TAKE MY DOG?

Dogs Allowed Off Leash

Off-leash areas are a great place to let your beloved pooch loose to run, play and enjoy a social environment. Before you unleash your dog within designated dog areas of Beckman or Vinewood Parks and the west side of Lodi Lake Park, please remember the following rules:

•Unleashed dogs are allowed only from sunrise to sunset.

•Each dog must be under voice control at all times.

•Clean up and properly dispose of your dog’s waste.

•You are responsible for your dog’s action and behavior. Remove your dog from the area if it becomes frightened or aggressive.

•Do not allow dogs to dig or disrupt the landscape.

•Remember that sound carries! Be respectful of park neighbors.

• Make sure your dog is wearing up-todate ID and vaccination tags.

•Always carry your leash.

•No more than 3 dogs per walker.

•Walkers/handlers must be 14 years of age or older.

Dogs Allowed On Leash

• City of Lodi may designate locations where dogs are permitted within a park.

• Leashed dogs can be on sidewalks, paved trails, roadways, designated grass areas, and in parking lots.

• Please read and follow posted signage.

• Each dog must be on a six-footmaximum leash at all times (no retractable leashes).

• Dogs cannot be left unattended.

• Dog owners must act responsibly–follow rules, carry removal bags and pick up after your dogs.

• Dogs must be licensed to be in a public space.

Dogs Not Allowed

Areas remaining off-limits to dogs include the Nature Area at Lodi Lake, aquatics areas, in and near playgrounds, all sports fields, admission fee areas, shelter and

Lodi’s parks are multi-usecyclists, walkers, runners, and dog walkers all share our parks.

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EVENTS Set on 10 beautiful acres and connveniently located in the heart of Lodi, Hutchins Street Square provides a multitude of event options. This historical building and grounds have made Hutchins Street Square a popular destination, not only for weddinngs, but for meetings and events. Schedule a tour today!

PICNIC SHELTER RENTALS

Lodi offers several park picnic areas from small gatherings to large company picnics. With park amenities including picnic areas, playgrounds, restrooms, built-in BBQs and gazebos, there is something for everyone to enjoy!

For list of amenities at each site, visit Lodi.gov/669/rentals

PARK FEE

Resident/ Non-Resident

Emerson $100 / 110

Legion $85 / 94

Peterson $70 / 77

Salas $100 / 110

Katzakian $65 / 72

Villa Fiore $65 / 72

Lodi Lake - Kiwanis Area $120 / 132

Lodi Lake - Youth Area (Shelter Only) $185 / 204

Lodi Lake - Youth Area (Whole Area) $300 / 330

Lodi Lake - Hughes Beach (Shelter Only) $120 / 132

Lodi Lake - Hughes Beach (Whole Area) $160 / 176

Lodi Lake - Parsons Point (Shelter Only) $120 / 132

Lodi Lake - Parsons Point (Whole Area) $160 / 176

Lodi Lake - Rotary Area (Shelter Only) $120 / 132

Lodi Lake - Rotary Area (Whole Area) $160 / 176

Reservations can be made online at Lodi.gov/PRCS

RENTALS

AQUATIC RENTALS

Call (209) 333-6742 for date availabilities, pricing questions, and other inquiries. Deposit rates are equal to the rental fee. All process are 2-hour blocks; 25 maximum participants.

RENTAL FEE

Hutchins Street Square Pool (available year-round) Resident/ Non-Resident

Up to 25 people, 2-hours $155 / 171

Each Additional 25 people $26 / 29

Each Additional Hour

RENTAL FEE

$36 / 40

Lodi Lake Beach (available Memorial Day-Labor Day) Resident/ Non-Resident

Up to 25 people, 2-hours $100 / 110

Each Additional 25 people $26 / 29

Each Additional Hour $36 / 40

RENTAL FEE

Lodi Lake Gazebo (available Memorial Day-Labor Day) Resident/ Non-Resident

Up to 25 people, 2-hours $100 / 110

Each Additional 25 people $26 / 29

Each Additional Hour $36 / 40

SPORTS FIELDS

Baseball, softball, soccer and football field rentals are available for practice game and tournament play.

Reservations: (209) 333-6742

FIELD AMENITIES

Zupo Baseball Field 1 lighted 90 foot baseball diamond

Kofu Baseball Field 1 lighted 90 foot baseball diamond

Grape Bowl 1 lighted football field, all weather turf Softball Complex 2 lighted softball fields

Chapman Field 1 lighted softball field

DeBenedetti Park 6 soccer fields

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SKATE PARK

The skate park features a variety of ramps for jumping, tricks and speed. It also has rails for grinding skateboard trucks, or axles, and bike pegs. HOURS OF OPERATION

KOFU Park Skate

MONDAY - FRIDAY 2 P.M. TO SUNSET SATURDAY & SUNDAY 10 A.M. TO SUNSET

Please help keep your skate park safe, enjoyable, and open for use. To report vandalism or broken equipment, call 209-368-1012.

The skate park may close unannounced due to unsafe conditions, broken or wet equipment, or vandalism.

SKATE PARK RULES

RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK

•This is an unsupervised facility, use at your own risk. Skateboarding and skating are hazardous recreational activities which can result in serious injury, broken bones, brain damage, paralysis or even death.

ïThe City of Lodi does not assume any responsibility for damage or injuries resulting from the use of this facility.

•Users are required to wear helmets, knee pads and elbow pads at all times.

ïSkaters under the age of 12 must be accompanied by guardian.

•Unsafe or reckless behavior is not allowed.

ïAdditional obstacles or other materials (ramps/ jumps) are not allowed.

•Animals or pets are not allowed.

•No smoking allowed.

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Beckman Park | 1426 W. Century Blvd.

Blakely Park | 1050 Stockton St.

Candy Cane Park | 1324 Holly Dr.

Centruy Park | Century Blvd. and Church St.

Century Meadows Park | 1833 Lexington Dr.

Chapman Field | 333 N. Washington St.

DeBeneditti Park | 2350 S. Lower Sacramento Rd.

Emerson Park | 11 N. Hutchins St.

English Oaks Park | 2184 Newbury Cir.

Glaves Park | 2206 Oxford Way

Grape Bowl | 221 Lawrence St.

Hale Park | 209 E. Locust St.

Hutchins Street Square West Park | 125 S. Hutchins St.

Johnson Park | 2900 Gala Dr.

Katzakian Park | 2735 W. Turner Rd.

Kofe Park | 1145 S. Ham Ln.

Lawrence Park | 350 N. Washington St.

Legion Park | 835 S. Hutchins St.

Lodi Lake Park | 1101 W. Turner Rd.

Orchard Lane Park | 3001 Kordia Ave.

Peterson Park | 199 Evergreen Dr.

Roget Park | 2229 TIenda Dr.

Rose Gate Park | 2801 Ambrosia St.

Salas Park | 2001 S. Stockton St.

Softball Complex | 401 N. Stockton St.

Van Buskirk Park | 600 N. Pleasant St.

Villa Fiore Park | 2750 Century Blvd.

Vinewood Park | 1924 W. Tokay St.

Zupo Field | 250 N. Washington St.

Cricket Pool Sports Lighting Sports Lighting, Football Handball Court Indoor Pool, Handball

Skate Park, Sports Lighting Pickle Ball

Boathouse, Boat Ramp

In-line Hockey Exercise Stations, Bocce

Sports Lighting Sports Lighting

Sports Lighting

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