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RECREATION GUIDE Spring/Summer 2016


News & Information Summer Camps for Youth: So much fun…… so many benefits! Today’s society can be stressful and pressure-packed for all of us. For children who are continuously figuring out how to navigate through new situations and environments, stress can be prevalent. Summer camps provide a non-threatening culture in which our youth can grow through meaningful participation in a program designed just for them. Some of the many benefits of camp include:

• Physical activity through play • Improved self-confidence • Creative self-expression • Positive social interactions • Following structure and • Developing new skills clear limits • Making new friends • Experiencing individual • Creating positive lifelong and team success • Connecting with nature memories Consider camp as the perfect partner to family, school, and community in contributing to the growth of your child, all in an atmosphere of fun, creativity and enrichment under the supervision of positive role models. MORPD’s summer camp offerings are shown on pages 4-5. Please take a look to see which camp may work best for your child. Sincerely, Your friends at Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District

sacscip.org

916.333-6464 ext 3106

The Sheriff’s Community Impact Program (SCIP) is a Non-Profit Youth Services Organization working in partnership with the Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District. SCIP is dedicated to providing educational, recreational, and athletic programs to youth in the Arden-Arcade Community.

Contact SCIP Today and Find Out How You Can Become A Member

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Mission Oaks Recreation Guide • Spring/Summer 2016

REGISTRATION INFORMATION ◆ You can REGISTER ONLINE for most of our recreation programs by visiting our website at MORPD.com. ◆

If registering by mail, please do not send cash.

For other ways to register for programs, or for more registration information, please visit our website or call us at 488-2810.

MISSION OAKS RECREATION & PARK DISTRICT BUILDINGS District Office 3344 Mission Ave., Carmichael, CA 95608 488-2810 Mission Oaks Community Center 4701 Gibbons Dr., Carmichael, CA 95608 972-0336 Swanston Community Center 2350 Northrop Ave., Sacramento, CA 95825 333-6464

BOARDS and STAFF COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO Susan Peters, District 3 Supervisor ADVISORY BOARD OF DIRECTORS Nghia Nguyen, Chairperson Debbie Price, Vice Chairperson Barney Donnelly Alex Jerry Ontiveros Michael Alcalay MANAGEMENT STAFF Jack Harrison, District Administrator Cindy Paredes-Banville, Director of Administrative Services TJ Newman, Director of Parks Barry Ross, Director of Recreation

PHOTO DISCLAIMER The Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District reserves the right to photograph facilities, activities, and program participants for potential future use. All photos will remain the property of the Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District and may be used for publicity and promotional purposes.


Youth Programs Preschool

Story Time, Field Trips, Music & Movement, Arts & Crafts, Cooking, Indoor & Outdoor Play and much more!

SUMMER Honey Bear

SCHOOL YEAR AM/PM Teddy & Kare Bear

June 6-24 June 27-July 15 (closed July 4) July 18-August 5 Registration begins Tuesday, April 5 Register for all 3 sessions receive a 5% discount (no refunds) Ages 3–5 (child must be 3 by June 1, 2016)

September 6, 2016 - June 7, 2017 Registration begins Friday, June 3

Session I: Session 2: Session 3:

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9am-Noon Monthly Fees: With parent participation: $95 Without parent participation: $125

Teddy Bears

Kare Bears

(3-4 yr olds) (child must be 3 by Sept. 1, 2016)

(4-5 yr olds) (child must be 4 by Sept. 1, 2016)

Tuesday, Thursday 9-11:30am or 12:30-3pm

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9am-Noon or 1-4pm

Monthly Fees: With parent participation: $100

With parent participation: $125

Without parent participation: $125

Without parent participation: $160

Monthly Fees:

972–0336 MORPD.com

15th Annual Father Daughter Dance

All Ages Invited

Friday, June 17 7-9pm $5 per person 972-0336

Refreshments Prizes

Music by The Sundance Kid

Summer Summer Band Band

Summer Band Rehearsals for Students and Adults! A reading band with traditional, contemporary and pop music. $25 for the 5 week session Mondays 7-8:30pm June 13 - July 11 El Camino High School Band Room For more information call 972-0336 Enjoy Life... Play Today!

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Summer Camps REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Registration is available in office and online. For more information, go to MORPD.com CAMP KIDS

CAMP HAVE A LOT OF FUN

AGES: DATES: TIMES: DAYS: LOCATION:

3-5 Years and grades K-4 June 13 - August 5 9am – Noon Mondays - Fridays Mission North Park, 3344 Mission Ave. Carmichael, 95608

WEEKLY FEES: $57 per child per session Session 1: Session 2: Session 3: Session 4: Session 5: Session 6: Session 7: Session 8:

Session Dates: June 13 – 17 June 20 – 24 June 27 – July 1 July 5 – 8* July 11 – 15 July 18 – 22 July 25 – 29 August 1 – 5

Theme: Enchanted Rainforest Experience Wild Wild Wildnerness No Clue: A Messy Mystery Sun Wars: The Fun Awakens Sunshine Cup: Rumble in Rio Superstar Sing Off Showdown The Epic Epic Happy Birthday Bash

A camp experience like no other! Join the high-energy staff as they lead the kids in camp songs, games, crafts, drama, and hilarious adventures that stretch the imagination. Activities focus on weekly themes, with special activities scheduled on Fridays to celebrate the end of each session. Children are to bring a lunch that does not require refrigeration.

THE CAMP IS DIVIDED INTO TWO AGE GROUPS AGES 3-5 YEARS

The 3-5 year old group is a perfect first-time camp experience, with plenty of preschool aged socialization time. 5-year-old children who have not yet been to kindergarten belong in this group. All campers must be toilet trained.

GRADES K-4

This group continues to build new friendships through fun adventures. For children who have completed grades K-4. *Reduced fee due to short week.

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AGES: DATES: TIMES: DAYS: LOCATIONS:

6-12 June 6 – August 5 8am – 12:30pm and/ or 12:30 – 5pm Mondays through Fridays Ashton Park, 4251 Ashton Drive, Sacramento, 95864 Gibbons Park, 4701 Gibbons Drive, Carmichael, 95608 Swanston Park, 2350 Northrop Avenue, Sacramento, 95825

WEEKLY FEES:

Half Day $45 Per Child Full Day $90 Per Child Drop-In* $20 Per Day *Single day enrollment is offered at Swanston Park location only* Session Dates: Theme: Week 1 June 6 – 10 Animal Planet Week 2 June 13 – 17 Time Machine Travelin’ back to the Ice Age Week 3 June 20 – 24 Time Machine Through the Decades Week 4 June 27 – July 1 Time Machine Blast into Space Week 5 July 5 – 8* Surfin’ U.S.A. Week 6 July 11 – 15 Harry and his Wizarding Friends Week 7 July 18 – 22 Camp Kids Olympic Games ! Week 8 July 25 – 29 Outdoor Adventures Week 9 August 1 – 5 Super Hero’s Unite

We encouraged campers to join us for as many weeks as possible. Every week features unique adventures and activities based around the weekly theme. Each Camp Kids site offers a variety of activities including active and passive games, table games, arts and crafts, sports, music, drama, and special events. Program is an outdoor camp, please plan accordingly. All Leaders and Junior Leader are trained. Leaders are CPR and First Aid certified. *Reduced fee due to short week.

Mission Oaks Recreation Guide • Spring/Summer 2016

AGES: DATES: TIMES: DAYS: LOCATIONS:

8-13 June 13 – July 29 8am – 12:30pm Mondays through Fridays Valley Oak Park, 1150 Eastern Avenue, Sacramento, 95864

WEEKLY FEES: Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 **Week off Week 4 Week 5 Week 6

$20 Per Child

Session Dates: June 13 – 17 June 20 – 24 June 27 – July 1 July 4 – 8 July 11 – 15 July 18 – 22 July 25 – 29

Theme: Let’s get HYPE’d Mission/Fitness Impossible HYPE Olympics 4th of July Favorite Jersey Week Super Hero Jog-a-thon

Project HYPE is geared to encourage youth to live a healthy lifestyle by introducing new and fun ways to exercise and eat healthy. Although a bulk of the program demands physical activity, a heavy part of the program focuses on teaching positive healthy habits. HYPE is an outdoor camp so please plan accordingly. All Leaders are CPR and First Aid certified.


Summer Camps

AGES: DATES: DAYS: LOCATIONS:

5 – 11 June 6 – 24 Mondays through Fridays Sierra Oaks School – 171 Mills Rd, Sacramento, 95864 Choices Charter School – 4425 Laurelwood Way, Sacramento, 95864

WEEKLY FEES: 1.5 hours class - $78 for the week

3 hours class - $156 for the week June 6 – 10 Held at Sierra Oaks K-8 (171 Mills Rd, 95864) 8:30 – 11:30am Team Ultimate Bake Off: Round #2 11:30am – Noon Lunch Break (for campers staying) Noon – 1:30pm Dual War OR All Kinds of Art 1:30 – 1:45pm Break (for campers staying) 1:45 – 4:45pm Wired: Electronic Gizmos and Gadgets June 13 – 17 Held at Choices Charter School (4425 Laurelwood Way, 95864) 8:30 – 11:30am Team Ultimate Bake off: Round #2 11:30am – Noon Lunch Break (for campers staying) Noon – 3pm Movie Magic 3 – 3:15pm Break (for campers staying) 3:15 – 4:45pm Dual War or All Kinds of Art June 20 – June 24 Held at Choices Charter School (4425 Laurelwood Way, 95864) 8:30 – 11:30am Wired: Electronic Gizmos and Gadgets 11:30am – Noon Lunch Break (for campers staying) Noon – 1:30pm Dual War

For more information contact Danny at 333-6464 ext. 3101 or visit incredibleadventurescamp.com

Junior Leader

The Junior Leader Programs are designed to provide experience and training to youth ages 12 – 17, in a fun learning environment. Junior Leaders are responsible for assisting our Recreation Leaders for Camp Kids and Camp Have a Lot of Fun (CHALOF) summer programs. Junior leaders assist in leading games, arts and crafts, sports, music, and other fun activities for approximately 30 – 100 children at our Camp Kids and CHALOF summer camps. In addition, there are a number of special events including movie nights, miniature golf and various other staff bonding events for the junior leaders scheduled throughout the summer. There are a limited number of Junior Leaders positions available. All applicants will be given an interview. Chosen candidates for the program will be assessed a $90 program fee to cover trip costs for the Junior Leader Programs.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR JUNIOR LEADER INTERVIEWS: Friday, April 15 for Camp Kids and Friday, April 22 for Camp Have A Lot of Fun Program begins June 6 and ends August 5. The Junior Leader Program runs Mondays through Fridays. For Camp Kids, two sessions are utilized each day, a morning session (8am – 12:30pm) and an afternoon session (12:30 – 5pm). Junior Leaders are chosen to attend one session only per day. CHALOF hours vary, for more information please call. In addition, one hourly training session will be held for Junior Leaders each week. The Junior Leader programs are for children ages 12 – 17 years. For more information, please call Nicole or Rodney at 488-7276 ext. 3016 or 3017 or check our website at MORPD.com.

The Sacramento Parks Foundation exists to support parks, promote community well-being, provide improved facilities and programs, and to sponsor youth participation in recreation programs. Through your generosity, you can give a child the opportunity to attend a Mission Oaks summer camp. Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District is a proud member of this 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Please visit www.sacparksfoundation.org for more information, and to learn about donation and volunteer opportunities.

Summer Jobs Camp Kids, Camp Have A Lot of Fun and Project HYPE summer programs are in need of Recreation Leaders. Leaders are needed Mondays through Fridays for various hours. Leader hours are approximately 20 to 30 hours per week. Program hours vary. Most programs run between 8am and 5pm. Leaders will be asked to assist in running summer recreation programs which could include: sports activities, active and passive games, arts and craft activities, music, drama and assisting with special events. In addition, leaders will need to attend weekly meetings and/or special events at various hours following their program sessions. Our Summer Programs are for children ages 3-13 years. For more information, call 488-7276 ext. 3016 or 3017. Pay range is $10 to $11.03 per hour. Enjoy Life... Play Today!

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Youth Sports Shelfield Park Day: Spring Dates: Summer Dates: Fee:

Mission Oaks Tennis Academy

Ashton Park

1849 Suffolk Way, Carmichael Saturdays 4/9 – 6/4 (no class 5/28) (8 classes) 6/25 – 8/20 (no class 7/2) (8 classes) $91 per 8-week session

Instructional soccer classes for boys and girls ages 2-10. Learn the fundamentals of soccer through our non-competitive age-appropriate format. All participants will receive a Kidz Love Soccer jersey! Kidz Love Soccer…Where the score is always Fun to Fun!™

Tiny Tots: Ages 5-7. Fee: $35 per session. Session 4: May 2 - May 23 (Mondays) 4 – 4:30 pm Session 5: Aug. 1 - Aug. 22 (Mondays) 4 – 4:30 pm Session 6: Aug. 29 - Sept. 26 (Mondays) 4 – 4:30 pm Pre-Academy: Ages 8-12. Fee: $50 per session. Session 4: May 2 - May 23 (Mondays) 4:30 – 5:30 pm Session 5: Aug. 1 - Aug. 22 (Mondays) 4:30 – 5:30 pm Session 6: Aug. 29 - Sept. 26 (Mondays) 4:30 – 5:30 pm

Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer – (ages 2 – 3½) – 9:00-9:30am Tot-Soccer – (ages 3½ – 4) – 9:40-10:10am Pre-Soccer – (ages 4 – 5) – 10:10-10:45am Soccer 1: Techniques & Teamwork – (ages 5 – 6) – 10:45-11:30am Soccer 2: Skillz & Scrimmages – (ages 7 – 10) – 11:30-12:15pm

For more information call (916) 333-6464

KLS Rain-out Hotline: 1-888-372-5803

Adults Beginner Tennis: Fee: $50 per session. Session 1: Aug. 29 - Sept. 26 (Mondays) 5:30 – 6:30 pm

Gibbons Park

Tiny Tots: Ages 5-7. Fee: $35 per session. Session 4: May 3 - May 24 (Tuesdays) 4 – 4:30 pm Session 5: Aug. 2 - Aug. 23 (Tuesdays) 4 – 4:30 pm Pre-Academy: Ages 8-12. Fee: $50 per session. Session 4: May 3 - May 24 (Tuesdays) 4:30 – 5:30 pm Session 5: Aug. 2 - Aug. 23 (Tuesdays) 4:30 – 5:30 pm

Youth Basketball Clinic Participants will learn basketball fundamentals and teamwork.

Adults Intermediate Tennis: Fee: $50 per session. Session 1: Sept. 6 - Sept. 27 (Tuesdays) 5:30 – 6:30 pm Academy 1: Ages 8-13. Fee: $35 per session. Session 4: May 7 - May 28 (Saturdays) 9 – 10:00 am Session 5: Aug. 6 - Aug. 27 (Saturdays) 9 – 10:00 am Academy 2: Ages 13-18. Fee: $35 per session. Session 4: May 7 - May 28 (Saturdays) 10 – 11:00 am Session 5: Aug. 6 - Aug. 27 (Saturdays) 10– 11:00 am For more information, please contact Peter Haddow, USPTR Certified Tennis Pro at 803-9895

Skyhawks Summer Sports Camps Flag Football Camp Class # SSA88191

Dates 6/20-6/24

Days M-F

Class # SSA88192 SSA88193

Dates 6/27-7/01 7/05-7/08

Days M-F T-F

Time 9am - Noon

Ages 6-14

Fee $119

Location Swanston Park

Fee $119 $99

Location Gibbons Park Swanston Park

Volleyball Camp Time 9am - Noon 9am - Noon

Ages 6-14 6-14

To register for these program, and for more information, please visit Skyhawks.com or call 1-800-804-3509.

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When:

April 9 – May 14 (Saturdays)

Time:

10am to 12pm

Price:

$10 per week or $50 for entire session

Ages:

8-17 years old (8-12) (13-17)

Location: Swanston Community Center, 2350 Northrop Ave, Sacramento, 95825 Bring tennis shoes, water bottle, shorts and a positive attitude! NEW CLASS

Hip Hop Dance Tuesday 3-4pm Ages 5-8 Tuesday 4-5pm Ages 9-12 $35 per 4 weeks Session 1: June 21-July 12 Session 2: July 19-Aug 9 Hop, pop, and bop to the popular be ats of hip hop! Location: Mission Oaks Community Center 972-0336


Swanston Community Center Programs Swanston Community Center 2350 Northrop Ave, Sacramento * 333-6464 Circle Time

Circle Time is an hour of storytelling, song singing, and crafts for children up to five years old and their parents.

Mondays, 10 – 11am | April 4 – May 31

Cost: Free

Mon/Wed 8 – 9am, Body Sculpt Mon/Wed/Fri at 9:30am & Sat at 8:30am, Jazzercise Cost: $45 per month EFT or $15 drop-in

Ping Pong Club

Aikido

Mondays, 1 – 2:30pm Cost: $2 suggested donation.

Mondays, 6:30 – 8:30 PM

Cost: $60 per 10 week session

Come on out for friends, exercise and more with our ping-pong club Drop-in Table-Tennis group welcoming all abilities and ages.

Learn self defense

Tai Chi Tuesdays and Thursdays, 9:30 – 10:30am

Adult Computer Classes

Mondays and Saturdays at Swanston Community Center Call for Class Times Age Level: Adults 18+

Fees: May vary, depending on course

Relax and improve body motion!

Chair Yoga

NEW Learn Yoga postures, CLASS breathing techniques, meditation, and relaxation while strengthening your body.

Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:45 – 11:45am

With courses such as advanced word processing, spreadsheets, Google Apps and much more.

Season Opener Weekends Only Memorial Day

Cost: $30 per month

Cost: $30 per month for 2 days or $20 per month for 1 day Please bring a Yoga mat and water.

2016 Season

5/21 10am-5pm 5/21 - 6/5 10am-5pm 5/30 10am-5pm

Open 7 Day Weekends Only Labor Day

6/4 - 8/14 10am-7pm 8/20 - 9/25 10am-5pm 9/5 10am-7pm Enjoy Life... Play Today!

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District Map MISSION OAKS PARK PATROL

A Service of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department Off Duty Program

The Mission Oaks Recreation and Park District has contracted with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department to provide park security since 1985. The primary function of the Mission Oaks Park Patrol is to patrol the parks and facilities of the park district and provide law enforcement when and where needed.

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You Can Help to be our Eyes and Ears • • • •

For life-threatening situations, call 911 For non-emergencies: 874-5115 For after-hour maintenance emergencies: 875-5000 Email: moparkpatrol@sacsheriff.com


District Facilities

Enjoy Life... Play Today!

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Adult Fitness Mission Oaks Community Center 4701 Gibbons Dr., Carmichael * 972-0336 JAZZERCISE and JAZZERCISE LOW IMPACT

Mon/Wed/Thurs, 5:30-6:30pm Dance Mixx / Fusion • Tues/Thurs 8am, Sat. 9am LO-Dance Mix Cost: $40 per month / EFT 65+ rate: $30 per month EFT

CIRCUIT TRAINING Tuesday & Thursday 8-9am

Cost: $25 per month Increase cardio, strengthen muscles, increase coordination!

BEND, BREATHE, AND BALANCE Monday 11am-Noon

Cost: $10 per month Gentle stretches that relax the muscles!

FUN FIT FOR ALL! Mon/Wed/Fri 8-9am or 9-10am

Cost: $15 per month Have fun exercising to improve your healthy lifestyle. A class for all ages and abilities.

TAI CHI Tuesday & Thursday, 4-5pm

Cost: $30 per month Improve your balance!

CHAIR YOGA

YOGA

Monday or Wednesday, 11am-Noon

Cost: $30 per month, two days a week

Cost: $15 per month Great workout for beginners!

AQUA AEROBICS At Del Norte Pool Wednesday & Friday 10:45-11:45am, or Tuesday & Thursday 4:30-5:30pm, or Monday & Wednesday 6:15-7:15pm

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Tuesday & Thursday 8-9am

Monday or Wednesday 5:45-6:45pm

Cost: $15 per month, one day a week

WATER WALKING

At Del Norte Pool Tuesday & Thursday 10:45-11:45am

Cost: $45 per month Walking in the water is an excellent workout that is easy on the joints.


Adult Classes Mission Oaks Community Center 4701 Gibbons Dr., Carmichael * 972-0336 WINE APPRECIATION

NEW CLASS

COMPUTER KNOW HOW

October - Wines of Australia

May 12 – General Computer Security June 9 – Getting the most out of your iPhone/iPad 2-3pm

Cost: $40 for 4 weeks

FREE EVENT

Thursday 6 – 7:30pm September - Wines of Chile

ZUMBA

ZUMBA GOLD

Cost: $30 per month ($20 for one-day per week)

Cost: $30 per month ($20 for one-day per week)

Tuesday & Thursday, 6:30 – 7:30pm

Join the party and dance!

LINE DANCE CLASS

Tuesday & Thursday: 9 – 9:50am

Latin Dance cardio workout.

FOLK DANCING

Wednesday, 4 – 5:30pm

Wednesday 3 – 4:30pm

Cost: $20 per month

Cost: $20 per month

Join the fun and learn new dances.

Learn traditional

BALLROOM DANCE CLASS Monday 3:30 – 4:30pm

Cost: $15 per month Learn to dance or improve your moves.

international dances!

TAP FIT Tuesday, Noon – 12:50pm, Beginner level Tuesday, 11 – 11:50am, Beginner/Intermediate level Tuesday, 10 – 10:50am, Intermediate level Wednesday, Noon – 12:50pm, Intermediate level Thursdays, 10 – 10:50am, Advanced level

Cost: $20 per month Enjoy Life... Play Today!

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Travel The Region Feather Falls Casino Tuesday June 21

Sunday, May 15

Join Sunset Magazine celebration in their NEW home in Sonoma. Enjoy this highly interactive festival with loads of activities, test kitchens, garden tours, presentations by Sunset food, travel, home and garden experts, hands on projects, wine and microbrew tasting.

Cost: $93 per person Deadline: May 1

Bridge to Bridge Cruise Wednesday July 13 Sail under both the Golden Gate and the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge and cruise entire urban skyline. Learn history of bridges, SF Bay geology, earthquakes, and seismic design of the new bridge. Lunch at Fog Harbor on Pier 39.

Cost: $129 per person

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Take your chance and try your luck! Get $12 Cash coupon AND $3 Food coupon

Cost: $15 per person

Seats available first come first served

Van Tours

Mission Oaks offers several van tours monthly, taking adventurous groups on day trips to the best our region has to offer. This is a great way to explore and make new friends. Tours originate from our two community centers. For information on upcoming van tours, please call: Swanston Community Center at 333-6464 and Mission Oaks Community Center at 972-0336 or visit MORPD.com


Travel The Globe

America’s Music Cities

French Quarter, Graceland, Grand Old Opry show & Backstage tour, Ryman Auditorium, Country Music Hall of Fame, Historic RCA Studio B. November 6-13, 2016 $2,899pp Double Occupancy. Includes Air.

Book by May 6, 2016 Save $100

Rome & Amalfi Coast

Rome, Regional wines with dinner, Motecassino, Sorrento, Buffalo Milk Mozzarella Factory, Amalfi Coast, Paestum, Pompeii, Winery Visit, Naples, National Archaeological Museum March 9-18, 2017 $4,099pp Double Occupancy. Includes Air.

Book by September 9, 2016 Save $100

Free Travel Show ★ ★ ★EASY Group Travel ★ 0 $5 w o t h S oun c s Di

Designed for Adventurers who are newly retired or “still working but ready to travel.”

Florida The Sunshine State

Wednesday, June 8 10am

Also highlighting: Shades of Ireland Discover Croatia, Slovenia & Southern Charm

Miami, South Beach area, Little Havana, Key Largo, Everglades, Orlando, Explore Theme Parks, NASA’s Kennedy Space Center January 26-Feb 2, 2017 $3,349pp Double Occupancy. Includes Air.

Space Available first come first served

Bring a Friend! Mission Oaks ★ Community Center 4701 Gibbons Drive, Carmichael, CA 95608

972-0336

Enjoy Life... Play Today!

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Community Events and Services Mission Oaks Recreation and Park District Presents:

Concerts in the Park Next Phase

Isley Brothers Tribute

Sunday, June 12 Swanston Park, 2350 Northrop Ave Sacramento 95825, 5-7pm

Fleetwood Mask

The Ultimate Tribute to Fleetwood Mac Sunday, Sept. 18 Gibbons Park, 4701 Gibbons Dr Carmichael 95608, 5-7pm

We bring the free music, you bring the chair! Food and beverage vendors will be available at both shows!

For more information, please call 488-2810

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★ Movies in the Park ★ ★

Mission Oaks Community Center presents

HEALTH FAIRE

July 22 Carmichael Park 5750 Grant Ave Carmichael

July 29 Bring a Mission North Park blanket or 3344 Mission Ave lawn chair Carmichael

FREE Bring a friend!

Friday April 22, 2016 8-11am 50+ Vendors Health Screenings • Door Prizes Fitness Demonstration Healthy Food Show by Chef Joshua Quinto

All movies begin at sunset For more information 488-2810 Show Times: 9:15, 10, & 10:45

Wills and Estate Planning Appointments available to assist anyone over the age of 55 in preparing Durable Power of Attorney and Simple Wills. An optional $75 per person donation to Mission Oaks is requested for Simple Wills. Trusts are available upon request at an additional rate. Call 972-0336 to make an appointment.

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Community Events

Monday, July 4th Come celebrate America at the 14th Annual Arden Arcade 4th of July Parade. The Parade starts at 10:30am at 2700 Fulton Avenue, just south of Marconi. The procession of floats travels south to Cottage Way, west on Cottage to Bell, and north to Howe Park. Following the Parade is a family celebration with food, fun and games. An awards ceremony for best floats in a variety of categories will begin at 11:15am. We thank our friends at Fulton El Camino Recreation & Park District for this FUN & FREE community event.

CARMICHAEL 4th of July Parade Monday, July 4th

Begin the morning at the Elks for breakfast buffet from 7-11am. Cost $5 per adult and $3 per child under the age of 12. Then settle in for the 58th annual Carmichael 4th of July Parade beginning at 10:30am. This is the longest-running parade in Sacramento County. It begins at Marconi near Fair Oaks Blvd, and concludes at the Elks Lodge on Cypress Ave. We thank the Carmichael Elks for this fun annual event for the community.

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Dancing to Classic tunes that span the ages

Friday May 13 & July 29 7-9pm Cost: $5 online or $6 at the door

CARMICHAEL FIREWORKS SHOW Monday, July 4th La Sierra Community Center 5325 Engle Road, Carmichael Join us as early as 7pm for Food, Music & Fun! Bring your blankets or lawn chairs, sit back and enjoy the fireworks spectacular beginning at dark (approx. 9:30pm). Please visit Carmichaelpark.com for more info. Presented by:

t D h a g i nces l r a t S WEDNESDAYS 7-9pm Ballroom Dancing with Live Music! Cocuzzi Dance Trio Admission: $7 per person

Theme Dances June 15 Hollywood June 29 Patriotic Dance July 13 Hawaiian Dance July 27 Fiesta August 10 Rock N’ Roll August 24 Mardi Gras

972-0336

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Facility Rentals

Building Rentals Mission Oaks Community Center

Swanston Community Center

4701 Gibbons Dr., Carmichael Please call 972-0336 for availability and rates.

2350 Northrop Ave., Sacramento Please call 333-6464 for availability and rates.

AUDITORIUM • Seats 250 Dining, 300 Assembly • Beautiful Park Setting, Wood Floor, Round Tables • Use of Catering Kitchen • One Year Advanced Rentals

ACTIVITY ROOM • Seats 125 Dining, 225 Assembly • Beautiful Park Setting, Non-Skid Laminate Floor, Round Tables • Use of Pantry/Kitchen • One Year Advanced Rentals

ACTIVITY ROOM • Seats 125 Dining, 225 Assembly • Similar Amenities as Auditorium

CONFERENCE ROOM • Seats 25 Assembly

CLUB ROOM • Seats 45 Dining, 77 Assembly

Picnic Rentals

WEDDINGS

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rent from May to October at: • Ashton Park • Gibbons Park • Mission North Park • Swanston Park Reservations must be made at least seven business days in advance and can be made up to one year in advance.For more information, please visit MORPD.com or call 488-2810.

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