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City of

Mountain View

Recreation Activity Guide

Deer Hollow Farm Spring Tours Photo by Sue Gale Deer Hollow Farm Spring Tour | Photo by Sue Gale

Winter 2020

Resident registration begins November 25 Non-Resident begins December 2

January through March • Programs and Events www.mountainview.gov/register


City of Mountain View CITY MANAGER Daniel Rich COMMUNITY SERVICES DIRECTOR John Marchant ASSISTANT COMMUNITY SERVICES DIRECTOR Vacant RECREATION MANAGER Kristine Crosby PARKS AND OPEN SPACE MANAGER Tim Youngberg SHORELINE MANAGER Vacant FORESTRY AND ROADWAY MANAGER Jakob Trconic

2019 City Council Lisa Matichak, Mayor Christopher R. Clark Ellen Kamei

Margaret Abe-Koga, Vice Mayor Alison Hicks John McAlister Lucas Ramirez

2019 Parks and Recreation Commission and Urban Forestry Board Russel Devine, Chair Kevin Lee

Jonathan Herbach, Vice Chair Joe Mitchner

CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS MANAGER Scott Whisler SENIOR MANAGEMENT ANALYST Brady Ruebusch EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT Allison Flynn RECREATION SUPERVISORS Steve Achabal Maureen Grzan-Pieracci Colin James Greg Milano Michele Petersen RECREATION COORDINATORS Lisa Cornelius Alejandra Hernandez Daisy Pagayon Michael Schwarz OFFICE SUPPORT STAFF Roy Day Jessica Nepacena Aischa Standing-Crow Nam Tran

SENIOR RECREATION COORDINATORS Ashleigh Bittle Tiffanie Lai Stephanie Lum Jessica Morgan Kristina Perino PRESCHOOL STAFF Doreen Edmonds Mary Freeman VOLUNTEER SERVICES Bill Mykytka WILDLIFE PRESERVATION Phil Higgins

Mountain View Recreation @MVRecreation MountainViewRecreation Mountain View Senior Center The View Teen Center TheViewTeenCenterMtnView @TheViewMtnView

RECREATION MAINTENANCE WORKER III Sandra Santana

Have questions about our programs? Contact us and we will be happy to assist you. Recreation Office: (650) 903-6331 Recreation E-mail: recreation@mountainview.gov Staff E-mail: FirstName.LastName@mountainview.gov Latham Community Garden Grand Opening


Table of Contents Facility Directory ............................................................................................ 2 Ready to Register ........................................................................................... 3

LETTER FROM THE Community Services Department Director

Facility Reservations .............................................................................4 to 5 Winter Community Events ......................................................................... 6 Teen Leadership Opportunities ............................................................... 7 Vacation Break Camps..........................................................................8 to 9 Youth and Teen Classes...................................................................10 to 17 The View Teen Center.......................................................................18 to 19

In what seems to be the blink of an eye, we have transitioned from summer to fall and are now preparing for the holiday season. Please take a moment and review all the great special events, programs and special interest classes available in this edition of the Activity Guide.

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts .....................20 to 21

I am also excited to share information about future parks in the City. Wyandotte Park and Evandale Park are currently under construction and anticipated to open this spring. Please look for City announcements and social media posts regarding grand opening dates. We can’t wait to open more parks for you and your family.

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A new addition is coming to Rengstorff Park called Magical Bridge Playground. The innovative design elements of a Magical Bridge Playground go far beyond ADA standards to create a place where all people of all backgrounds and all abilities feel welcome. Public input meetings will be scheduled this winter so you can provide feedback on the playground design. Finally, I look forward to celebrating with you and your family at the Community Tree Lighting Celebration on Monday, December 9 on the Civic Center Plaza. Come enjoy the season with music, activities and, of course, a visit with Santa.

Aquatic Classes and Lap Swim.....................................................22 to 24 Volunteer Program.......................................................................................25 Adult Classes.......................................................................................26 to 29 Mountain View Tennis ................................................................................30 Mountain View Senior Center .................................................................31 Shoreline Golf Links ....................................................................................33 Listo para Registrarse .................................................................................34 Forma de Inscripción Para Clases de Recreación .............................35 Class Registration Form .............................................................................36 Preschool .......................................................................... Inside back cover Special Events Calendar ........................................................... Back cover

City Holidays* * Subject to change.

November 28 - Thanksgiving November 29 - Day after Thanksgiving December 24 to January 1 - Holiday Closure January 20 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day February 17 - President’s Day

John Marchant

Plaza Green


FACILITY DIRECTORY Community Center 201 South Rengstorff Avenue..................................................................903-6331

Community School of Music & Arts 230 San Antonio Circle...............................................................................917-6800

Cuesta Park 615 Cuesta Drive...........................................................................................903-6331

Cuesta Tennis Center 230 Cuesta Drive...........................................................................................967-5955

Deer Hollow Farm Rancho San Antonio County Park..........................................................903-6430

Eagle Park Pool 650 Franklin Street.......................................................................................903-6413

Egan Junior High School 100 West Portola Avenue, Los Altos.......................................................903-6331

Historic Adobe Building 157 Moffett Boulevard................................................................................903-6407

Joyful Melodies Music School 10455 Bandley Drive, Suite 300, Cupertino............................ (408) 725-9049

KMVT Community Television 1400 Terra Bella Avenue, Suite M............................................................968-1540

204 Stierlin Road (650) 968-0836 By appointment only. Solo por cita.

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts 500 Castro Street..........................................................................................903-6000

Mountain View Sports Pavilion and Graham Athletic Sports Complex

Recreation Class Financial Assistance Program (FAP)

Shoreline at Mountain View

The City provides eligible, low-income Mountain View families limited financial assistance to register children for recreation classes. To qualify, applicants must be a Mountain View resident and qualify through the Community Services Agency (CSA) screening process (subject to Santa Clara County HUD guidelines). Upon eligibility, recipients will either receive a 90% Financial Assistance Waiver up to $500 per child (10% of the class price must be paid out of pocket) OR a 75% Financial Assistance Waiver up to $400 per child (25% of the class price must be paid out of pocket). FAP allocations do not cover any material fees. Material fees must be paid out of pocket. FAP is good for one year (September 1 through August 31) and does not apply to Adult Classes, Golf, Tennis, Lap Swims, and Special Events.

2600 North Shoreline Boulevard Administration/Rengstorff House.......................................................903-6392 Golf Links......................................................................................................903-4653

Programa de Ayuda Financiera para Las Clases de Recreación

1185 Castro Street........................................................................................903-9041

Peninsula Youth Theatre 2500 Old Middlefield Road.......................................................................988-8798

Planet Granite 815 Stewart Drive, Sunnyvale...................................................... (408) 991-9090

Rengstorff Pool and Park 201 South Rengstorff Avenue..................................................................903-6414

Senior Center 266 Escuela Avenue.....................................................................................903-6330

Shoreline Athletic Fields 2450 Garcia Avenue.....................................................................................903-6331

Shoreline Lake 3160 North Shoreline Boulevard............................................................965-7474

Sylvan Park 600 Sylvan Avenue.......................................................................................903-6331

The View Teen Center 263 Escuela Avenue.....................................................................................903-6333

Tiger Martial Arts 1111 W. El Camino Real, Suite #117, Sunnyvale.................... (408) 730-2534

Twisters Gymnastics 1165 North Fair Oaks Avenue, Sunnyvale................................ (408) 734-3547

Whisman Sports Center and Crittenden Athletic Sports Complex 1500 West Middlefield Road.....................................................................903-9040

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La Ciudad de Mountain View provee asistencia financiera limitada, a las familias elegibles y de bajos ingresos de Mountain View, para inscribir a los niños en clases recreativas. Para calificar, los solicitantes deben ser residentes de Mountain View y calificar a través del proceso de selección de la Agencia de Servicios Comunitarios (CSA) (sujeto a las pautas del Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo Urbano del Condado de Santa Clara- en inglés HUD). Al ser elegible, los beneficiarios recibirán un 90% de exención de asistencia financiera de hasta $500 por niño (el 10% del precio de la clase se pagará de su bolsillo) o un 75% de exención de asistencia financiera hasta $400 por niño (25% del precio debe ser pagado de su bolsillo). Las cantidades asignadas (asistencia financiera- FAP), no cubren honorarios para materiales. Los honorarios para materiales deben ser pagados de su bolsillo. La cantidad asignada como parte de la asistencia financiera (FAP) es válida por un año (del 1 de septiembre al 31 de agosto) y no se aplica a Clases para Adultos, Golf, Tenis, Natación y Eventos Especiales.

201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Mark your calendar for these registration dates!

READY TO REGISTER? Read me first (Registration forms can be found on Pages 35 to 36)

Resident

Non-Resident

8:30 a.m.

8:30 a.m.

25

November

2

December

How to Enroll ONLINE REGISTRATION Visit www.mountainview.gov/register Click on “Register Online” under the “How to Register” section. Sign in or Create an Account.

EMAIL recreation@mountainview.gov Complete the registration form (pages 35-36), scan or take a picture of the completed form, and email it to the address above.

MAIL City of Mountain View Recreation Class Registration P.O. Box 7540 Mountain View, CA 94039-7540 Do not mail cash.

FAX (650) 962-1069 Credit card payment only.

VISIT US AT THE COMMUNITY CENTER

201 Rengstorff Avenue Mountain View, CA 94040

Monday to Friday • 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Acceptable forms of payment Cash • Check payable to "City of Mountain View" Visa • MasterCard • American Express • Discover

Proof of Mountain View Residency

From time to time we may need to request proof of residency. Acceptable forms of proof include: Current California Driver’s License or Identification, a recent utility bill, car registration, bank statement, or rental agreement on property management letterhead with a current address. Temporary DMV Change of Address cards, Post Office boxes, personal checks, letters, or flyers are not acceptable. The proof of residence must match the name and address on the registration form. www.mountainview.gov/register

Class Attendance and Registration • You’re excited and we’re excited that you’re ready to jump into an activity. Before you do, though, make sure you’re already registered to participate. Registration does not happen in class, it happens either at the front desk of the Community Center or online. Please note that no refund or make-up classes will be issued for any missed activity. Waitlist • Drats! You were this close to getting in! Your name will be placed on a waitlist if your first and alternate class choices are full. Once a spot becomes available, we’ll go down the waitlist in the order our waitlist customers were added and if you’re next, we’ll get a hold of you. You will be given a 24-hour deadline to submit your Registration Form and payment. If your Registration Form and payment are not submitted by the given deadline, you will be removed from the waitlist and the next person on the list will be contacted. Age/Birth Date • To register, participants must be within the required minimum and maximum age by the first day of class. All participants 17 years of age or younger must provide their date of birth. Proof of age may be requested. Transfer • Need to transfer from one activity to another? You may transfer to another activity as long as you meet the minimum age requirement, there is space available, and you send your written request three (3) business days before the first day of class. So that means if class starts on Monday, you have the Wednesday before to transfer. E-mail your transfer request to recreation@mountainview.gov. You will be assessed a $10 processing fee per visit. Withdrawal • If you need to withdraw from an activity and receive a refund, e-mail us at recreation@mountainview.gov no less than five (5) business days before the first day of class. You may also submit a Withdrawal Request Form that you can download by visiting www.mountainview.gov/register. Just so we’re on the same page, if your class starts on Monday, your last day to withdraw is the Monday before that class. You will be assessed a $10 processing fee per visit. Missed a class? • Unfortunately, no refund or make-up classes will be issued for any missed activity by the participant. Class already started, can I still join? • Yes! We do not prorate any of the days that have already taken place, though. You just need to catch up with everyone else at the next class! Late Pick-up • Parents and guardians arriving late to pick up their child from any recreation program will be assessed a $6 fee per 15 minutes late. Participants receiving three (3) late pick-up fees will be removed from the specific program on the fourth late pick-up. Behavior Violation • Participants receiving three (3) behavior violations will be removed from the specific program. A partial class refund may be granted at the discretion of the program supervisor.

Wait, what? You cancelled my activity?! Classes not meeting minimum registration levels will be cancelled. Participants will be notified approximately three (3) business days before class begins and issued a full refund, or be eligible to transfer to another class if space is available. Participants transferring will be responsible for any additional fees. (650) 903-6331

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Rent a Facility Today! Have your wedding, birthday, quinceañera, conference or any special event in one of our beautiful facilities

Mountain View Community Center 201 South Rengstorff Avenue

• Recently renovated • New Social Hall for up to 250 people • Four multi-purpose rooms • Two fitness/dance rooms

For rental information, visit www.mountainview.gov/reservations

Historic Adobe Building 157 Moffett Boulevard

• Banquet room for up to 100 people • Quaint outdoor patio and lawn area • Kitchen

For rental information, visit www.mountainview.gov/reservations

Mountain View Senior Center 266 Escuela Avenue

• Social Hall for up to 200 people • Four multi-purpose/meeting rooms • Fitness/dance room

For rental information, visit www.mountainview.gov/reservations

Rengstorff House

3070 North Shoreline Boulevard

• Event Space for up to 150 people • Dining Room for up to 20 people • Historic charm, natural gardens, and 19th Century decor

For rental information, visit www.mountainview.gov/reservations 4 City of Mountain View | Recreation Division

Erica B. Photography

201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts 500 Castro Street

• 600-seat MainStage • 200-seat SecondStage • 300-seat ParkStage

For rental information, visit www.mvcpa.com or call (650) 903-6556

BBQ and Picnic Reservations

Cuesta Park at 615 Cuesta Drive Rengstorff Park at 201 South Rengstorff Avenue

• By reservation April – October • Group areas for up to 250 people • Family tables for up to 8 people

For rental information, visit www.mountainview.gov/BBQ

Private Pool Reservations

Eagle Park Pool at 650 Franklin Street Rengstorff Park Pool at 201 South Rengstorff Avenue

• Great for small and large groups • Staffed by certified Lifeguards • Water slide & diving board available at Rengstorff Park Pool • Two diving boards available at Eagle Park Pool

For rental information, email aquatics@mountainview.gov

General Use Notification General Use Notifications are required for groups of 50 or more that wish to use any City of Mountain View park (with the exception of BBQ Reservations). Applications must be submitted at least two (2) weeks in advance and approval will be determined by the Community Services Department. General Use Notifications do not provide exclusive use or reserved space. For more information, please visit www.mountainview.gov/bbq.

For rental information, visit www.mountainview.gov/reservations or email recreservations@mountainview.gov www.mountainview.gov/register

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WINTER COMMUNITY EVENTS DECEMBER 9

MARCH 14

TREE LIGHTING

Civic Center Plaza | 5:30-7:30 p.m. www.MountainView.gov/TreeLighting

FEBRUARY 8

SENIOR PANCAKE BREAKFAST Mountain View Senior Center | 9-11 a.m. www.MountainView.gov/SeniorCenter

FEBRUARY 29

SUMMER CAMP FAIR

Mountain View Community Center | 9-11 a.m.

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ARBOR DAY

Pioneer Park | 11 a.m.-1 p.m. www.MountainView.gov/ArborDay

MARCH 21 & APRIL 18

DEER HOLLOW FARM SPRING TOURS

Deer Hollow Farm | 10 a.m.-2 p.m. www.MountainView.gov/DeerHollowFarm

APRIL 25

SPRING PARADE

Downtown Castro Steet & Pioneer Park 10 a.m.-1 p.m. www.MountainView.gov/Parade 201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


The City of Mountain View is seeking 6th through 11th grade Mountain View residents who are interested in making an impact in the community on the 2020-2021

YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE The committee acts in an advisory capacity providing City Council and staff with valuable insight regarding youth and teen issues in our community. Meetings take place two Mondays a month to plan programs and events, recommend new facilities and services, and discuss youth and teen issues. Applications available online at www.mountainview.gov/YAC on Monday, February 3, 2020. Applications are due Monday, April 6, 2020.

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TEEN LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES JUNIOR LEADERS | JUNIOR LIFEGUARDS | DEER HOLLOW FARM INTERNS Over summer break, the City of Mountain View’s teen leadership programs teach teens about responsibility and service to others while gaining valuable work experience for future jobs. These free programs require an application to participate. Applications available online at www.mountainview.gov/LIT on February 3. All applications must be turned in by April 6 at 7 p.m. to The View Teen Center (263 Escuela Ave.) or emailed to theviewteencenter@mountainview.gov.

INFORMATION NIGHT

March 18, 2020 from 6:30 to 7 p.m. at The View Teen Center Join us for Information Night where you can speak with coordinators about the teen leadership summer opportunities, including training requirements and application process.

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VACATION BREAK CAMPS

DANCE and THEATRE

MUSIC

PYT Winter Camp

Winter Music Camp

Bring a bit of summer to your February break by joining us for this fun camp! Campers will play drama games, make props, sets, and costumes, and put on a short play for family and friends at the end of the week Please send your child to camp with a water bottle and lunch and be sure they are dressed in clothing that they feel comfortable moving around in (including close-toed shoes). Instructor: Peninsula Youth Theatre.

The Joyful Melodies Music Camp is a perfect opportunity for your child to explore music this winter break. Our camp is catered to all musical backgrounds, especially absolute beginners, along with a special opportunity for a final performance for their parents and friends at the end of the week (morning session only). For full day camp, please bring a lunch and drink each day. Instructor: Joyful Melodies Music School.

Location: Peninsula Youth Theatre

Location: Joyful Melodies Music School

Ages 8 to 12 12399

M-F

R/NR 8:30am - 3:30pm

2/17 - 2/21

$345/$432

FILM KMVT Winter Break Camp

Location: Community Center - Elm Room

Tu-F

R/NR

12426

Tu-F

9:00am - 12:30pm

2/18 - 2/21

$288/$361

12427

Tu-F

1:00pm - 3:30pm

2/18 - 2/21

$206/$258

12428

Tu-F

9:00am - 3:30pm

2/18 - 2/21

$474/$593

SCIENCE

Students will use KMVT’s equipment to gain basic skills in screenwriting, camera work, lighting, directing, acting, and editing. By the end of the week, students will produce an entire production, which will be broadcast on KMVT 15! Students will each receive a DVD copy of the program they produce. Please bring a sack lunch and water bottle each day. Instructor: KMVT Community Television.

12408

Ages 5 to 9

NEW!

Ages 9 to 13

R/NR 9:00am - 4:00pm

2/18 - 2/21

NEW!

$442/$553

Break 4 Fun: Pre-School Robotics

NEW!

In this course the kids will learn hands on through STEM’s most fascinating field, Robotics! Students will collaborate to build elaborate objects, structures and vehicles; explore fundamental principles of engineering and physics that enhance their problem solving skills. Returning students will be given new building challenges. Instructor: Tsquared Robotics. Location: Community Center - Cedar Room Ages 3 to 5

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R/NR

12477

Tu-F

9:00am - 11:00am

2/18 - 2/21

$214/$267

12474

M-Tu

9:00am - 11:00am

3/16 - 3/17

$108/$134

201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Break 4 Fun: Beginning Robotics

NEW!

Location: Community Center - Cedar Room Ages 6 to 8

R/NR

12478

Tu-F

11:15am - 1:15pm

2/18 - 2/21

$259/$324

12475

M-Tu

11:15am - 1:15pm

3/16 - 3/17

$129/$161

SPORTS Futsal Kingz Winter Break Camp The Futsal Kingz camp is a great way to help your child improve their technical ball skills and level of play. Players will learn new skills and tricks every day from our professional coaching staff and have a great experience, whether they’re the next Ronaldo or trying Futsal for the first time! Futsal is a fun, fast-paced 5v5 soccer game, played indoors within the lines of a basketball court (no walls), using a small, size 3, low-bounce ball. Indoor shoes and shin guards are required. For full day camp, please bring a lunch and drink each day. Instructor: Futsal Kingz. Location: Mountain View Sports Center

Mad Science - Reactions in Action

Ages 6 to 12

Kids explore our wonderlab and find eggs that don’t break, ice that doesn’t melt and discover how to freeze time! Young chemists perform spectacular hands on experiments and continue the fun at home with the gadgets they’ve engineered in the lab! Please bring a lunch and water bottle each day. Instructor: Mad Science of the Bay Area.

12483

Tu-F

9:00am - 12:00pm

2/18 - 2/21

$154/$193

12484

Tu-F

9:00am - 3:00pm

2/18 - 2/21

$295/$369

Location: Community Center - Maple Room Ages 6 to 11 12401

Tu-F

R/NR 9:00am - 3:00pm

2/18 - 2/21

Break 4 Fun: Intermediate Robotics

$298/$373

NEW!

This course covers the fundamental skill required to program the robots for locomotion, sensing, decision-making and multi-tasking with Mindstorms EV3. Students will build real world challenge models of mission inspired cool robots in small teams and engage in innovative use of gears to balance the power and speed of their robots at task. Instructor: Tsquared Robotics.

Skyhawks President’s Week Basketball Camp This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for the beginning to intermediate player. An active week of passing, shooting, dribbling, and rebounding makes this one of our most popular camps. Our basketball staff will also focus on respect, teamwork and responsibility. All participants receive a Skyhawks t-shirt and player evaluation card. Participants should bring: Appropriate clothing, athletic shoes, lunch, sunscreen and water bottle. Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy. Location: Whisman Sports Center Ages 6 to 13 12501

Tu-F

Location: Community Center - Cedar Room Ages 9 to 14

R/NR

R/NR 9:00am - 3:00pm

2/18 - 2/21

$249/$312

Activity Guide Tip:

R/NR

12479

Tu-F

1:30pm - 3:30pm

2/18 - 2/21

$259/$324

12476

M-Tu

1:30pm - 3:30pm

3/16 - 3/17

$129/$161

Need an address for your camp location? Check out the facility directory on page 2.

SUMMER CAMP FAIR

Saturday, February 29, 2020 9 to 11 a.m. Mountain View Community Center 201 South Rengstorff Avenue Explore summer camp and swim lesson offerings while meeting staff and getting your questions answered. Spring/Summer Registration begins on February 29 at 9 a.m. for Mountain View residents. After checking out our programs, register at the front desk or head home to register online.

www.mountainview.gov/register

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Break Camps

This course builds curiosity and excitement for hands on learning through STEM’s most fascinating field of today, Robotics! Students get to build and attach end effectors and simple machines to their robots. Early engineering concepts like gear systems, force-torque trade off, motion pattern, walking, and off-center rotation are applied in a fun, simple, and innovative way. Instructor: Tsquared Robotics.


YOUTH and TEEN CLASSES

Tiny Tots Ballet

DANCE and THEATRE

Magic Wands, Teddy Bears, and Tutus! Students will be introduced to ballet, creative movement, and dance terminology while playing with fun props! Instructor: Dance Force. No Class 2/20.

DANCE

Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room

Dancing Together

Ages 2 to 3

Give your child the beginning elements of dance in a fun and creative learning environment! With the help of a parent or caretaker, we will use scarves, teddy bears, wands, and other props while dancing. Parent/Caretaker participation required. Parent/Caretaker participation required. Instructor: Dance Force. No Class 2/15. Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room Ages 1.5 to 3 12470

Sa

R/NR 9:35am - 10:05am

1/25 - 3/7

$48/$60

Register at least one week before your class begins to ensure the class doesn’t get cancelled. (Refer to Page 3 for details.)

Concerts on

the Plaza

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Th

R/NR 5:05pm - 5:35pm

1/23 - 3/19

$64/$80

Tumble & Dance 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, dance with props, and more! Instructor: Dance Force. No Class 2/15 and 2/17. Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room

Activity Guide Tip:

Live Music

12464

Ages 2 to 3

R/NR

12473

Sa

11:50am - 12:20pm

1/25 - 3/7

$48/$60

12462

M

6:30pm - 7:00pm

1/27 - 3/23

$64/$80

Free music the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month, April to September 6 to 7:30 p.m. Civic Center Plaza | 500 Castro Street

| Pop-up Park | Food Truck | Beer & Wine www.mountainview.gov/plazaevents 201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Little Dancer Combo This is a great beginner class to introduce your child to ballet, creative movement, hip hop, and jazz. Your child will learn individual steps, across the floor movement, and combinations while using props to fun music. Children will perform an in-class performance on the last day of class. Instructor: Dance Force. No Class 2/20. Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room Ages 3 to 5 12463

R/NR

Th

4:15pm - 5:00pm

1/23 - 3/19

$72/$91

Princess Pre-Ballet Come join this magical class as we introduce your child to ballet and creative movement. Your child will learn individual steps, across the floor movement, and dance combinations while using fun props to your favorite princess music! Instructor: Dance Force. No Class 2/15.

Ages 3 to 5 12471

Sa

R/NR 10:10am - 10:55am

1/25 - 3/7

$54/$68

Ballet & Tap Students will learn ballet steps, tap combinations, use props, and understand dance terminology, while dancing to fun music! All dancers will perform in an in-class performance on the last day. Tap and ballet shoes required. Instructor: Dance Force. No Class 2/17. Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room Ages 3 to 5 12460

R/NR

M

4:00pm - 4:45pm

1/27 - 3/23

$72/$91

Elsa & Anna “Frozen” Valentines Dance Party

Hip Hop & Tumbling It’s time to hip hop and tumble! Join this class to dance to today’s popular music while learning various hip hop styles and movements. Children will also spend half of the class learning different tumbling skills to incorporate into their dance. An in-class performance will be held on the last day. Please wear comfortable clothing and tennis shoes. Instructor: Dance Force. No Class 2/15 and 2/20. Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room Ages 4 to 7 12472

Sa

1/25 - 3/7

Ages 5 to 8 12465

Th

$54/$68 R/NR

5:40pm - 6:25pm

1/23 - 3/19

$72/$91

Ballet & Tap 2 If your child has taken a few sessions of our beginner Ballet and Tap class, then they would be ready to move into our Level 2 class. Children will learn new ballet and tap steps and combinations, which build on prior knowledge. All dancers will perform on the last day of class in an in-class performance. Tap and ballet shoes required. Instructor: Dance Force. No Class 2/17. Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room Ages 5 to 7 12461

M

NEW!

Let it go! This dance party is inspired by the music and characters of the Frozen movie with a Valentine’s Day theme. Children will learn dance styles including ballet, jazz, creative dance, and tumbling all while dancing to their favorite “Frozen” music. On their fantasy adventure, we will celebrate Coronation Day, have a crowning ceremony, play “Frozen” games, and create crafts. Crafts will include: Elsa snowflakes, Valentines cards, Valentines crowns, and more. Princess attire encouraged. Instructor: Dance Force. Location: Community Center - Elm Room

R/NR 11:00am - 11:45am

Monday, December 9 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Civic Center Plaza Santa, Music, SNOW and more! www.MountainView.gov/TreeLighting

Ages 5 to 11 12469

F

Jazz & Tap

R/NR 5:15pm - 8:30pm

2/7

$56/$71

NEW!

In this combo class, your child will learn Jazz and Tap technique, including across the floor, combinations and a dance routine. All dancers will do an in class performance on the last day of the session. Instructor: Dance Force. No Class 2/17. Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room Ages 7 to 10 12468

M

R/NR 5:40pm - 6:25pm

1/27 - 3/23

$72/$91

R/NR 4:50pm - 5:35pm

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1/27 - 3/23

$73/$91

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Youth & Teens

Community Tree Lighting Celebration

Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room


THEATRE

Wildlife Explorers

Broadway Beginners - Disney Songs

NEW!

Young hoofers and singers learn to sing, dance and tell a story in the grand Disney-on-Broadway tradition. Students will learn how to isolate body movement and express character and emotion through physicality. On the last day of class, students will perform a choreographed Disney song for their friends and family. Instructor: Peninsula Youth Theatre. Location: Peninsula Youth Theatre Ages 4 to 6 12397

R/NR

Tu

3:15pm - 4:00pm

Youth & Teens

Exploring Improv

1/14 - 2/11

$170/$213

NEW!

Budding improvisers will explore the basics of improvisation and improv games. They will learn the main tenants of successful improv and expand their improv game repertoire. Performers will be challenged to create unique characters distinctly different from themselves quickly, using voice, face, and body to communicate with the audience. Students will present a few of their favorite improv games for friends and family on the last day of class. Instructor: Peninsula Youth Theatre. Location: Peninsula Youth Theatre Ages 9 to 11 12400

W

R/NR 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Improv and Sketch Comedy

1/15 - 2/12

$201/$252

NEW!

Location: Peninsula Youth Theatre

12398

F

R/NR 5:00pm - 6:00pm

1/17 - 2/14

Location: Community Center - Chestnut Room Ages 3 to 5 12521

Tu

R/NR 1:00pm - 2:00pm

$62/$77

1/21 - 2/11

Be Mine: Parent/ Youth Workshop

NEW!

Join us for a morning of Valentine’s Day fun! Enjoy Valentine’s Day crafts, games, and more. Parent/caregiver attendance is required. Instructor: Recreation Staff. Location: Community Center - Chestnut Room Ages 3 to 5 12523

Sa

R/NR 10:00am - 11:30am

Build, Think, Play

$24/$29

2/8

NEW!

Who says learning only has to be in the classroom? Take it outside with early childhood engineering and S.T.E.A.M. (science, technology, engineering, art, mathematics) play and activities. These activities will introduce your young thinker to the power of creative exploration and problem solving. Instructor: Recreation Staff. Location: Community Center - Chestnut Room Ages 3 to 5

More experienced students will be challenged to develop and hone their improv skills. They will learn to make strong choices in improvised scenes, creating interesting and hilarious performances. Clear and specific character choices will be emphasized, and students will learn to communicate those choices through strong physicality and vocal inflection. Students will also try their hand at writing their own sketch comedy scenes and performing them. On the last day of class, students will perform a collection of improvised scenes and comedy sketches for family and friends. Instructor: Peninsula Youth Theatre.

Ages 10 to 14

NEW!

Get your passports ready for an imaginary African safari ride. Participants will discover new crafts, games, songs, and dances on this safari adventure. By the end of the trip, each child will complete a safari travel passport. Instructor: Recreation Staff.

$232/$290

ENRICHMENT and SCIENCE Math Music Motion - Mathematical Maestros

12522

W

R/NR 1:00pm - 2:00pm

2/26 - 4/1

$93/$116

Pre-School Robotics Explore a broad range of age-appropriate, basic robotic configurations. Build simple mechanisms and machines to learn engineering concepts like compound gear systems, investigate changing rotational moving without wheels, walking with off-center rotation, and many more. Instructor: Tsquared Robotics. No Class 3/14. Location: Community Center - Cedar Room Ages 3 to 5

R/NR

12524

Sa

9:30am - 10:30am

1/18 - 2/8

$172/$215

12525

Sa

9:30am - 10:30am

2/15 - 3/7

$172/$215

12526

Sa

9:30am - 10:30am

3/21 - 4/4

$130/$163

Math Music Motion - Creative Calculators

Mathematical Maestros is designed to allow a child to gain exposure to colors, shapes, numbers, patterns, and the use of tangible objects to aid their learning through math, motion, and music. This class consists of easy to understand and varied lessons, along-side fun and lively classroom environment that encourages social development and hands-on sensory learning. Instructor: Music Math Motion.

Creative Calculators offers enriched and alternative applications of developmentally appropriate practices paired with a wide variety of teaching techniques. This class focuses on the introduction of kindergarten mathematical content, while infusing exposure to musical concepts and promoting the development of fine and gross motor skills, physical agility, and confidence. Instructor: Music Math Motion.

Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room

Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room

Ages 2.5 to 3.5

R/NR

Ages 3.5 to 4.5

R/NR

12402

Th

9:00am - 9:50am

1/16 - 2/20

$206/$258

12404

Th

10:00am - 10:50am

1/16 - 2/20

$206/$258

12403

Th

9:00am - 9:50am

2/27 - 4/2

$206/$258

12405

Th

10:00am - 10:50am

2/27 - 4/2

$206/$258

12 City of Mountain View | Recreation Division

201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Beginning Robotics In this more hands-on approach, we cover the basics of building simple machines and end effectors motion tests. Also compounding gear systems, transferring power, making part of robots move, walking, offcenter rotation, and creating lift at a smaller scale. Instructor: Tsquared Robotics. No Class 3/14.

Beethoven Beginners

12527

Sa

10:45am - 11:45am

1/18 - 2/8

$215/$268

Come learn piano with Beethoven Bear and Mozart Mouse. Students will learn music theory and piano basics in a fun and positive environment. Access to piano/keyboard at home is essential. Parent or guardian must attend with child. Instructor: Joyful Melodies Music School. No Class 3/14.

12528

Sa

10:45am - 11:45am

2/15 - 3/7

$215/$268

Location: Community Center - Willow Room

12529

Sa

10:45am - 11:45am

3/21 - 4/4

$172/$215

Location: Community Center - Cedar Room Ages 6 to 8

R/NR

Intermediate Robotics

Ages 3 to 4 12412

Location: Community Center - Cedar Room Ages 9 to 14

Group Keyboard for Youth

Sa

12:30pm - 1:30pm

1/18 - 2/8

$215/$268

Ages 4 to 7

12531

Sa

12:30pm - 1:30pm

2/15 - 3/7

$215/$268

12424

12532

Sa

12:30pm - 1:30pm

3/21 - 4/4

$172/$215

MUSIC Bilingual Chinese & English Music Class This is a fun and creative environment for children to explore music and learn Chinese through songs, rhymes, body movements, rhythm, flash cards, instrument playing, and much more. This class will be taught by a fluent Chinese speaker who will use both English and Chinese (Mandarin) to expose students to Chinese music, culture and history. Instructor: Joyful Melodies Music School. No Class 2/21. Location: Joyful Melodies Music School

F

1/17 - 4/3

$227/$284

Little Mozart

Students will be introduced to musical concepts, symbols and notations, various instruments, famous composers, and much more. Our playful, fun, and creative lessons are taught through singing, playing instruments, and movement activities. Parent/caregiver participation is encouraged. Instructor: Joyful Melodies Music School. No Class 2/21 and 2/22. Location: Joyful Melodies Music School Ages 2 to 4

M

R/NR 6:30pm - 7:20pm

1/13 - 3/30

$396/$496

Piano Keyboard Level 1 Designed for students with limited or no previous music experience. Students will learn basic piano technique, music theory, sight-reading, and rhythm exercises. Students are expected to have their own piano/ keyboard at home to practice while not in class. One piano book will be provided in the first class. Instructor: Joyful Melodies Music School. No Class 3/14. Location: Community Center - Willow Room Ages 5 to 7 12410

Sa

R/NR 10:30am - 11:15am

1/18 - 3/28

$371/$464

This group class will teach the fundamentals of playing a stringed instrument and focus on the basics of violin technique. Students will learn to play individually and in ensemble setting and will also learn music theory and ear training. Emphasis will be placed on producing a good-quality sound. Violin rental is available at Joyful Melodies studio. Instructor: Joyful Melodies Music School. No Class 2/22. Location: Joyful Melodies Music School Ages 5 to 8 12425

Sa

R/NR 9:40am - 10:30am

1/18 - 4/4

$396/$496

Singing Ensemble

R/NR

12413

F

11:20am - 12:00pm

1/17 - 4/3

$227/$284

12414

Sa

10:50am - 11:30am

1/18 - 4/4

$227/$284

Activity Guide Tip: Activity and camp information may change after the activity guide is printed. For the most updated and accurate list of activities and camps, view our electronic version by visiting www.mountainview.gov/register www.mountainview.gov/register

NEW!

Group Violin for Youth

R/NR 10:30am - 11:10am

$371/$464

Designed for students with limited or no previous music experience. Students will learn basic piano, music theory, sight reading, rhythm exercises. Students are expected to have their own piano/keyboard at home to practice while not in class. Instructor: Joyful Melodies Music School. No Class 2/17.

12530

12415

1/18 - 3/28

Location: Joyful Melodies Music School

R/NR

Ages 2 to 4

11:30am - 12:15pm

Youth & Teens

Students get to design, build, and test their EV3 Mindstorm robot, program their robot to communicate sounds and images, and go on missions to prospect rough terrains while avoiding obstacles. Student will compete with other teams following design constraints and enter battle bot contest for fun where learning just happens. Instructor: Tsquared Robotics. No Class 3/14.

Sa

R/NR

Does your child love to sing? Help them develop their voice and selfconfidence! This group class will focus on teaching students how to use their voice and self-expression to perform popular songs from around Martial the world, including traditional folk songs and contemporary music. Students will also learn music theory, learn to read notes and practice rhythm. There will also be a student recital at the conclusion of the session. Instructor: Joyful Melodies Music School. No Class 2/21. Location: Joyful Melodies Music School Ages 5 to 8 12417

(650) 903-6331

F

R/NR 5:00pm - 5:50pm

1/17 - 4/3

$396/$496

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Group Drumming

SPORTS and GYMNASTICS

Learn how to read drum rotation, simple beats, and the first thirteen standard drum rudiments. Students will play the drum set along music. This class is for beginners or students with little experience. Instructor: Joyful Melodies Music School. No Class 2/19. Location: Joyful Melodies Music School

Skyhawks Basketball

Ages 7 to 12 12422

R/NR

W

5:00pm - 5:50pm

1/15 - 4/1

$396/$496

Group Guitar for Youth Introduce music to your children the right way by letting them get their hands on the coolest instrument in the world: the guitar! In this course, they will learn the basics of how to play as well as gain experience with music that they will keep for a lifetime. No experience necessary. Students must bring their own guitars. Instructor: Joyful Melodies Music School. No Class 2/19 and 2/22. No Class 3/14 (#12411)

Youth & Teens

Ages 9 to 12

R/NR

12418

W

6:00pm - 6:50pm

1/15 - 4/1

$396/$496

12419

Sa

4:00pm - 4:50pm

1/18 - 4/4

$396/$496

Location: Community Center - Willow Room Ages 9 to 12

R/NR

Sa

9:30am - 10:15am

Skyhawks Basketball coaches focus on the development of fundamental skills through a variety of fun, creative drills, exercises, and scrimmages. Positive instruction in proper technique, form, and discipline contribute to the overall success of players at all levels. Course curriculum is age-appropriate and pays special attention to ball handling, passing, shooting, defense, rebounding, and conditioning. Participants should bring appropriate clothing, athletic shoes, snacks, and water bottle. Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy. Location: Whisman Sports Center Ages 6 to 13 12499

Location: Joyful Melodies Music School

12411

BASKETBALL

1/18 - 3/28

$371/$464

Group Guitar for Teens Ever wanted to learn how to play your favorite music on guitar, but have no idea where to begin? Here is your chance to play with a real rock star! In this class, you’ll learn everything you need to know about how to become a great guitar player. No experience necessary. Students must bring their own guitar. Instructor: Joyful Melodies Music School. No Class 2/22.

12420

Sa

R/NR 3:30pm - 4:20pm

1/18 - 4/4

$396/$496

The Friends of “R” House presents

Holiday Open House Thursday, December 12 6 to 8 p.m.

The Rengstorff House 3070 N. Shoreline Blvd. Mountain View, CA www.friendsofrhouse.org $5 Donation for adults & children under 10 free 14 City of Mountain View | Recreation Division

1:00pm - 2:30pm

$199/$249

2/1 - 3/21

Skyhawks STEM & Play: Basketball

NEW!

This program combines strategic STEM-based activities with traditional Skyhawks basketball instruction and a focus on life skills such as teamwork and sportsmanship. The STEM Sports® basketball curriculum educates children on subjects including velocity and acceleration, basketball shoe design, tracking with technology and much, much more! Participants will also learn the fundamentals of passing, shooting, ball handling, rebounding and defense through skill-based drills and scrimmages. Skyhawks puts the Sports in STEM. Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy. No Class 2/21. Location: Whisman Sports Center Ages 8 to 12 12502

F

R/NR 4:00pm - 5:30pm

1/31 - 3/20

$219/$274

GYMNASTICS and ROCK CLIMBING

Location: Joyful Melodies Music School Ages 13 to 18

Sa

R/NR

Leaping Lions This class is designed to enhance motor development and encourage a love of physical fitness. Students and parents will be introduced to gymnastics concepts and equipment. Your child will develop muscle coordination, body control, and social interactions in an educational environment. Parent/Caretaker participation required. Instructor: Twisters Gymnastics. Location: Twisters Gymnastics Ages 1.5 to 3

R/NR

Tu

10:00am - 10:45am

1/21 - 3/24

$196/$245

12446

W

10:00am - 10:45am

1/22 - 3/25

$196/$245

12447

Th

11:00am - 11:45am

1/23 - 3/26

$196/$245

12445

Jumping Giraffes Students will experience class structure in a safe and fun environment that further enhances motor skills, coordination, and self confidence. Your child will learn the most fundamental gymnastics skills from Twisters’ trained instructors. Instructor: Twisters Gymnastics. Location: Twisters Gymnastics Ages 3 to 4

R/NR

12454

Tu

11:00am - 11:45am

1/21 - 3/24

$247/$309

12455

Th

10:00am - 10:45am

1/23 - 3/26

$247/$309

201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Cartwheel Kangaroo Our Cartwheel Kangaroo class further expands physical, mental, and social development. Students will learn basic gymnastics terminology, positions, and skills. They will be carefully spotted by a trained instructor until they can complete the skills successfully. Instructor: Twisters Gymnastics. Location: Twisters Gymnastics Ages 3.5 to 4.5 12453

F

R/NR 11:00am - 11:45am

1/24 - 3/27

$247/$309

Bouncing Bears Bouncing Bears prepares students to transition to our Recreation Gymnastics classes. Students will develop coordination, strength, balance, and flexibility as they learn new gymnastics skills. This class also focuses on the development of self confidence and social skills, with an emphasis on safety and fun. Instructor: Twisters Gymnastics. Location: Twisters Gymnastics Ages 4 to 5 M

3:45pm - 4:30pm

1/20 - 3/23

Afterschool Rock Climbing Club

Youth & Teens

12451

R/NR $247/$309

NEW!

These introductory classes explore all of the climbing features of the gym including the bouldering walls, the top-roped walls, and more! Price includes a Planet Granite T-shirt! A parent must attend the first class to sign release paperwork; child may not participate without signed paperwork. Instructor: Planet Granite. Location: Planet Granite Ages 5 to 13

R/NR

12444

F

4:00pm - 6:00pm

1/17 - 2/14

$155/$194

12443

F

4:00pm - 6:00pm

3/6 - 4/3

$155/$194

MARTIAL ARTS Karate For Fitness

Beginner Girls Gymnastics Students build strength and flexibility as they learn fundamental gymnastics skills in a structured and fun class. Students will be introduced to gymnastics concepts, terminology, and equipment through dynamic exercises and drills. Combined with the Character Counts Program, this class will help students develop positive life skills and encourage a healthy lifestyle. Instructor: Twisters Gymnastics. Location: Twisters Gymnastics Ages 6 to 8

R/NR

Karate is a modern martial art, characterized by its powerful stances and punching techniques all necessary for a strong defense. Students will be introduced to the basic fundamentals of Karate techniques and participate in fun and educational drills designed to build selfconfidence and develop coordination, physical endurance, strength, and discipline. Basic forms (Kihon Kata) and (Kumite Sparring), terminology, and etiquette will also be covered. You don’t want to miss out on this fun and exciting program. Uniform, equipment, and testing are an additional fee. Uniform fee of $45 required after the first class. Instructor: Tiger Martial Arts.

12448

Tu

3:30pm - 4:30pm

1/21 - 3/24

$257/$322

Location: Tiger Martial Arts

12450

Th

4:45pm - 5:45pm

1/23 - 3/26

$257/$322

Ages 4 to 6 12487

Ages 9 to 13 12449

Tu

4:45pm - 5:45pm

1/21 - 3/24

R/NR

12490

$257/$322

12491

R/NR 3:30pm - 4:00pm

1/6 - 2/17

$135/$169

F

3:30pm - 4:00pm

1/10 - 2/21

$135/$169

Sa

10:10am - 10:40am

1/11 - 2/22

$135/$169

M

Beginner Boys Gymnastics

Ages 7 to 13

Students build strength and flexibility as they learn fundamental gymnastics skills in a structured and fun class. Students will be introduced to gymnastics concepts, terminology, and equipment through dynamic exercises and drills. Combined with the Character Counts Program, this class will help students develop positive life skills and encourage a healthy lifestyle. Instructor: Twisters Gymnastics.

12488

F

4:10pm - 5:00pm

1/10 - 2/21

$135/$169

12489

Sa

9:10am - 10:00am

1/11 - 2/22

$135/$169

Location: Twisters Gymnastics Ages 6 to 9 12452

Th

R/NR 6:00pm - 7:00pm

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1/23 - 3/26

$257/$322

R/NR

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Sport Fencing

Tot Soccer

Martial Arts Sport Fencing is a safe and competitive form of Foam Padded fencing that is based on traditional techniques similar to Japanese Kendo & European Olympic Fencing. Students will gain basic proficiency, and be introduced to the etiquette, codes of conduct, and terminology, as well as the foundations of footwork, stances, timing, offensive and defensive parrying. Uniform, equipment, and testing are an additional fee. Uniform fee of $45 required after the first class. Instructor: Tiger Martial Arts.

Little tykes will enjoy running and kicking just like the big kidz! Encourages large motor skill development through fun soccer games and introduces small children to the group setting. All participants receive a soccer jersey! Shin guards are required after the first class. Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer.

Location: Tiger Martial Arts

Sa

R/NR 1:45pm - 2:45pm

1/11 - 2/22

$135/$169

Youth & Teens

Tae Kwon Do Combine a full workout with useful self-defense skills! Tae Kwon Do is a form of Korean martial arts that concentrates on powerful blocks, kicks, and punches for self-defense. The goal of training is the full development of self-confidence, strength, and focus. Uniforms will be distributed to students the second week of class and cost is $25. Instructor: Mountain View Tae Kwon Do. Location: Whisman Sports Center - Auxillary Room Ages 9 to 17 12509 Tu, Th

1/14 - 4/2

$125/$157

MULTI-SPORT This multi-sport program was developed to give children a positive first step into athletics. The essentials of 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 participants to explore balance, movement, hand/ eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace. Skyhawks staff is trained to handle the specific needs of young athletes. For more information, visit www.skyhawks.com. Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy.

Ages 4 to 6

R/NR 11:30am - 12:30pm

2/1 - 3/21

$179/$224

SOCCER Mommy/Daddy and Me Soccer

Ages 2 to 3.5

R/NR 5:15pm - 5:45pm

Tot/Pre Soccer Little tykes will enjoy running and kicking just like the big kidz! Encourages large motor skill development through fun soccer games and introduces small children to the group setting. All participants receive a soccer jersey! Shin guards are required after the first class. Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer. Location: Cuesta Park Ages 3.5 to 5 12512

W

R/NR 3:45pm - 4:20pm

1/29 - 3/18

Ages 3.5 to 5

$129/$162

12513

F

R/NR 4:35pm - 5:10pm

1/31 - 3/20

$129/$162

Teaches the basic techniques of the game and builds self-esteem through participation and fun soccer activities. Children learn to follow instructions in a nurturing, age-appropriate environment. All participants receive a soccer jersey! Shin guards are required after the first class. Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer. Location: Rengstoff Park Ages 4 to 5 12498

Sa

R/NR 3:05pm - 3:40pm

2/1 - 3/21

$129/$162

Futsal is a fun, fast-paced 5v5 soccer game, played indoors within the lines of a basketball court (no walls), using a small, size 3, low-bounce ball. Players of all levels follow our innovative age-specific curriculum, to improve individual technical ability. Every week participants get the chance to show off their new skills with a scrimmage to the sounds of salsa beats! Indoor shoes and shin guards are required. Instructor: Futsal Kingz. No Class 1/19 and 2/16.

Ages 5 to 6 12480

Su

R/NR 11:10am - 12:00pm

1/12 - 3/15

Ages 7 to 8 12481

Su

1/29 - 3/18

12482

Su

$150/$188 R/NR

10:10am - 11:10am

1/12 - 3/15

Ages 9 to 12

Location: Cuesta Park W

$129/$162

Location: Mountain View Sports Pavilion

The fun happens on the field, so don’t just watch from the sidelines! Here is your chance to join in your toddler’s introduction to the world’s most popular sport. You’ll participate in fun, age-appropriate activities and help your child develop their motor and socialization skills. A variety of soccer activities are played each week. Adult participation is required and all kids receive a soccer jersey! Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer.

12494

2/1 - 3/21

Futsal Kingz

Location: Whisman Sports Center

Sa

R/NR 3:45pm - 4:15pm

Pre Soccer

Skyhawks Mini-Hawk (Soccer and Basketball)

12500

Sa

Location: Rengstorff Park R/NR

6:00pm - 7:30pm

Ages 3.5 to 4 12511

Ages 7 to 13 12508

Location: Rengstorff Park

$150/$188 R/NR

9:10am - 10:10am

1/12 - 3/15

$150/$188

$129/$162

Location: Rengstorff Park Ages 2 to 3.5

R/NR

12495

F

5:15pm - 5:45pm

1/31 - 3/20

$129/$162

12496

Sa

5:10pm - 5:40pm

2/1 - 3/21

$129/$162

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201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


VOLLEYBALL

Soccer 1: Techniques and Teamwork Players will learn dribbling, passing and receiving, defense, and shooting goals! 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. Perfect for first time players while being fun and engaging for kidz with some experience. All participants receive a soccer jersey! Shin guards are required after the first class. Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer. Location: Cuesta Park Ages 5 to 6 12504

W

R/NR 4:25pm - 5:10pm

1/29 - 3/18

$129/$162

Location: Rengstorff Park

Skyhawks Volleyball Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and excitement of this great team sport and puts it all together into one fun-filled program. All aspects of the game are taught through drills and exercises that focus on passing, setting, hitting and serving. This co-ed program is designed for the beginner to intermediate player and will incorporate essential lifelessons such as teamwork and sportsmanship. Our volleyball staff will assist each athlete in developing the fundamental skills of the game through game-based drills and daily scrimmages aimed at developing the whole player. Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy. Location: Whisman Sports Center

Ages 5 to 6

R/NR

Ages 8 to 14

12505

F

3:45pm - 4:30pm

1/31 - 3/20

$129/$162

12506

Sa

2:15pm - 3:00pm

2/1 - 3/21

$129/$162

12503

Sa

Sa

R/NR 4:20pm - 5:05pm

2/1 - 3/21

$129/$162

ULTIMATE FRISBEE Ultimate Frisbee Learn to play one of the fastest growing sports in the world: Ultimate Frisbee! It combines some of the most exciting elements of basketball, soccer and non-contact football. Ultimate is not just another sport, as it places equal focus on the three pillars of fostering character, community and competition, and provides a healthy, positive, physical and social outlet for all. Each session consists of personalized 1-on-1 instruction, drills and supervised scrimmages. Our professional coaching staff emphasize social-emotional skill building while teaching youth the fundamental skills of the game! Participants should bring: Appropriate clothing and athletic shoes. Instructor: Bay Area Disc Association. Location: Sylvan Park Ages 8 to 14 12520

Sa

R/NR 9:00am - 10:15am

$199/$249

Introductory Sailing Learn to harness the calm morning breeze in protected water. This introductory course covers tacking, jibing, docking, water safety, and terminology needed to get out on the water. Includes a 1-hour private lesson which can be scheduled at your convenience after completing the course. Instructor: Shoreline Lake Boathouse. Location: Shoreline Lake

Ages 7 to 10 12507

2/1 - 3/21

1/25 - 3/14

$150/$188

Ages 14+

R/NR

12429

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

2/15 - 2/16

$335/$419

12430

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

2/22 - 2/23

$335/$419

12431

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

2/29 - 3/1

$335/$419

12432

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

3/7 - 3/8

$335/$419

12433

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

3/14 - 3/15

$335/$419

12434

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

3/21 - 3/22

$335/$419

12435

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

3/28 - 3/29

$335/$419

Introductory Windsurfing Learn to windsurf in a weekend with our certified instructing staff. Students will be up and sailing in a matter of hours regardless of age, strength and size. Tacking (turning), rigging, nomenclature, self-rescue, water safety, and a myriad of other topics will be covered as students earn their certifications. Includes 1-hour private lesson which can be scheduled at your convenience after completing the course. Instructor: Shoreline Lake Boathouse. Location: Shoreline Lake Ages 14+

Arbor Day Saturday, March 14, 2020 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pioneer Park

12436

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

2/15 - 2/16

$335/$419

12437

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

2/22 - 2/23

$335/$419

12438

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

2/29 - 3/1

$335/$419

12439

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

3/7 - 3/8

$335/$419

12440

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

3/14 - 3/15

$335/$419

12441

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

3/21 - 3/22

$335/$419

12442

Sa,Su

9:00am - 1:00pm

3/28 - 3/29

$335/$419

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R/NR

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Youth & Teens

Location: Rengstorff Park

3:00pm - 4:30pm

WATER SPORTS

Soccer 2: Skills and Scrimmages Kidz 7-10 years of age will enjoy advanced skill building: dribbling, passing, and shooting in a team play format. Each class will focus on scrimmages that emphasize application of finer technical points. All levels are welcome to come enjoy the world’s most popular game! All participants receive a soccer jersey! Shin guards are required after the first class. Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer.

R/NR


Open to 6th-12th grade teens

Free

MountainView.gov/ TheViewTeenCenter


The View

Teen Center

263 Escuela Avenue, Mountain View Open Monday-Friday 3 to 7 p.m. & Saturday 1 to 6 p.m. (650) 903-6333

The View Teen Center is a FREE drop-in program open to all 6th12th grade Mountain View and Los Altos students. The View’s facility features a full size kitchen, computer room, and game room. Apply for The View membership by stopping by The View or online at www.mountainview.gov/theviewteencenter. Activities are scheduled each day. Stop by during open hours for a tour! Need a ride? MountainView Community Shuttle stops right in front of The View! www.MVCommunityShuttle.com

COOKING

ROBOTICS

The View Teen Center

ART

TUTORING

@TheViewTeenCenterMtnView


mountain view center for the performing arts

december 2019 – february 2020 Tomáseen Foley’s A Celtic Christmas

12th Annual SouthBay Holiday Gospel Concert

Bayer Ballet Company The Pianist of Willesden Lane

Peninsula Youth Theatre's Stories on Stage Having lost both parents to a cholera epidemic in India, Mary Lennox leaves all she’s ever known to live at mysterious Misselthwaite Manor with her even more mysterious Uncle. With little to do she explores the gardens…and finds more than she bargained for.

dec 6 - 7

When the Snow Queen's spell captures a young boy, his best friend sets out on a quest to save him. A journey filled with whimsy and intrigue, robbers and crows, dancing icicles and a magical flower garden. Join Bayer Ballet Company artists at this stunning youth ballet!

dec 14 - 15

Western Ballet

Dance Series 01

Western Ballet’s “the Nutcracker” is a holiday tradition filled with delight. Join Clara, Fritz and all of their friends as they celebrate the festive season with the magic of Drosselmeyer, toys that come to life and Clara’s enchanting visit to the Kingdom of Sweets.

dec 6 - 8

Dragons Love Tacos


Schola Cantorum

Schola Cantorum presents its 53rd annual Messiah Sing with the Sinfonia Schola Cantorum. Come celebrate the holiday season in grand Baroque style as the audience raises its collective voice in Handel’s timeless masterpiece.

dec 16

City of Mountain View Library

Join Sean's Music Factory at the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts for engaging children's music for babies and up. Festive holiday tunes included! Sean is a music educator and talented musician whose lively, inventive music gets everyone singing, moving, and feeling good! This is event is FREE to the public.

dec 18

The Bigley Music Workshop

Recreate the joy and innocence of a night before Christmas in a remote farmhouse in the parish of Teampall an Ghleanntáin in the west of Ireland – when the neighboring families gather around the fire to grace the wintry night with the haunting melodies of traditional Irish Christmas carols and to fill the night with the laughter of their stories.

dec 19

Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir

Expect to join in song with this awardwinning interfaith, multiracial, multicultural group of individuals united in their love of Black gospel music. Experience the sheer joy and exuberance of spirit kindled by this choir as Director Terrance Kelly offers his signature gospel arrangements of traditional Holiday favorites.

dec 20

Gary Vecchiarelli Productions – Las Vegas Experience a live 17-Piece Big Band performing a cavalcade of Holiday Hits made famous by such artists as Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole, Andy Williams, Frank Sinatra, Rosemary Clooney, The Andrews Sisters, Michael Bublé, Mariah Carey and others.

dec 21

TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

Peninsula Youth Theatre

Holding fast to dreams of concert success, a young Jewish pianist escapes Vienna via the Kindertransport, arriving in England at the outset of World War II. In a stunning, nationallyacclaimed performance, concert pianist Mona Golabek recounts her mother’s poignant saga of hope and resilience, underscored with extraordinary music from Bach, Beethoven, and many more. Created by TheatreWorks favorite Hershey Felder, it celebrates the power of music to transcend even the darkest of times

Join Alice on a trip down the rabbit hole in this world premiere adaptation of Lewis Carroll's classic tale! Don't be late, or you'll have to answer to the Queen of Hearts this Valentines Day! This performance is 45 minutes long with an optional 15 minute talk-back at the end and is appropriate for all ages.

feb 14 - 15

Peninsula Open Space Trust Wallace Stegner Lecture Series

jan 15 - feb 16

Peninsula Youth Theatre Pssst...hey, kid. You wanna know what dragons really love? Tacos of course!! But always remember - NO SPICY SALSA. The children's book dances to life on stage. This performance is 45 minutes long with an optional 15 minute talk-back at the end and is appropriate for all ages.

jan 17-18

Author Kevin Fedarko and photographer/filmmaker Peter McBride are two National Geographic explorers who made history when they set out to hike 800 miles of the Grand Canyon. During this trip, they documented their challenges, funny moments, and insights about the impacts of human activities on this iconic landscape.

feb 18

Lamplighters Music Theatre

Peninsula Youth Theatre

This sensory-friendly performance offers guests and families living with autism or other special needs an opportunity to enjoy "Stories on Stage" in a safe and accepting environment. An inclusive space is created with special considerations such as scaleddown production elements (lights, sound, etc.), extra wheelchair accommodations, and a quiet zone outside the performance space

jan 18

Espressivo Espressivo—a small, intense orchestra —assembles first-tier professional instrumentalists from the Bay Area to Monterey. It makes its maiden Mountain View appearance with a program featuring classical masters (and a mistress) from Beethoven to the present in a mood to delight and amuse. Mozart’s Papageno and a highland fling?!

jan 25

Originally written as a satire on feminism, women's education, and Darwinian evolution, Lamplighters' own version modifies this slightly to reflect modern views. In this year with so many women running for president, it will be fun to see what Gilbert and Sullivan and Lamplighters will create together on these oh, so timely topics.

feb 22 - 23

Smuin Contemporary Ballet Smuin’s Dance Series 1 explores the legacy of Johnny Cash with James Kudelka’s The Man in Black, danced in cowboy boots. Also on the bill: Michael Smuin’s impassioned Carmina Burana and Rex Wheeler’s witty and inventive Take Five, set to music by jazz legend Dave Brubeck.

feb 27 - mar 1


AQUATICS

Adult Tri-Fit Aquatics Class

Lifeguard Training

Join the aquatics exercise community in a low-impact water aerobic conditioning class designed to improve cardiovascular fitness, as well as, tone muscles and increase flexibility. This class utilizes underwater bicycles, treadmills, trampolines, weights, and the natural resistance of the water. No swimming skills necessary. Instructor: NuWave. No Class 2/15.

Utilizing the American Red Cross Blended Learning curriculum, this course will combine online learning and in-water skills to prepare students for eligibility to apply for employment. Upon successful completion of this course, students will receive certifications in the American Red Cross Lifeguard Training and Public First Aid and CPR Training (Title 22). Participants must be 15 years old by the last date of the class. ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY AT ALL CLASSES. Fee includes all materials and certification fees. Class time and location subject to change. First Friday class will meet from 4:30pm-7:00pm at Eagle Park Pool. Instructor: Aquatics Staff.

Location: Eagle Park Pool Ages 18+

R/NR

12392

Sa

10:30am - 11:30am

1/4 - 1/25

$60/$80

12393

Sa

10:30am - 11:30am

2/1 - 2/29

$60/$80

12394

Sa

10:30am - 11:30am

3/7 - 3/28

$60/$80

Location: Eagle Park Pool Ages 15+ 12391

Drop-In Water Exercise Pools will be open Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays for self-led water exercise. Exercise at your leisure alongside others while utilizing provided pool equipment. There will be no instructor and exercises will be done at the pace of the participant. No class 1/20 and 2/17.

R/NR Su, F, Sa

8:30am - 5:00pm, 4:30pm - 7:00pm, 8:30am - 5:00pm

$236/$295

2/28 - 3/14

JOIN OUR TEAM! City of Mountain View Aquatics

Location: Rengstorff Park Pool Ages 18+

R/NR

SR/SNR

12395 M,W,F

8:00am - 9:00am

1/6 - 1/31

$35/$44 $19/$24

12387 M,W,F

12:00pm - 1:00pm

1/6 - 1/31

$35/$44 $19/$24

12396 M,W,F

8:00am - 9:00am

2/3 - 2/28

$35/$44 $19/$24

12388 M,W,F

12:00pm - 1:00pm

2/3 - 2/28

$35/$44 $19/$24

Location: Eagle Park Pool Ages 18+

R/NR

SR/SNR

Lifeguards starting at $17.61

Not certified? Worried about training qualifications? We can help! Pool Attendant & Lifeguard II positions also

12390 M,W,F

8:00am - 9:00am

3/2 - 3/30

$42/$52 $22/$29

available! Contact us at aquatics@mountainview.gov or

12389 M,W,F

12:00pm - 1:00pm

3/2 - 3/30

$42/$52 $22/$29

(650) 903-6331.

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Lap Swim Lap swimming is a great opportunity for adults and teens aged 15 and up to increase their overall health and wellness through aerobic exercise in a low impact environment. Lap Swim runs year-round with modified hours during the summer months. For more information, please visit www.mountainview.gov/aquatics.

Eagle Park Pool - 650 Franklin Street 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 6 to 8 p.m. Sat and Sun 9 a.m. to noon Mon to Fri

Schedule is subject to change due to holidays and routine pool maintenance.

Fees

25 Swim Pass Resident • $99 Non-resident • $124 Senior Resident • $34 Senior Non-resident • $43

•Mountain View residents must provide proof of residency. •No admittance without payment or pass. •No children admitted into facility. •Those 15 to 17 years old must have their parent/legal guardian register for their lap swim pass. www.mountainview.gov/register

(650) 903-6331

Day Pass Resident • $6 Non-resident • $7

Lap Swim Passes can be purchased online at http://apm.activecommunities.com/ mountainviewrecreation or in person at Eagle Park Pool, 650 Franklin Street Passes sold during business hours only. recreation@mountainview.gov 23


2020 Swim Lesson Assessments Mountain View Aquatics will be hosting swim assessments in February and April at Eagle Park Pool. Our instructors will test through the various levels of our swim instruction program and make the appropriate recommendation. The assessment can take upwards of five minutes, and students will be taken on a first-come, first-serve basis, so please plan accordingly. Proper swimwear is required. Make sure to bring a towel and a smile! See you on one of the following days: Tuesday, February 18 - 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, February 19 - 9 to 10 a.m. Thursday, February 20 - 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 7 - 9 to 10 a.m. Thursday, April 9 - 6 to 7 p.m. Saturday, April 11 - 11 a.m. to noon Looking for additional lifeguard and safety classes? More classes coming your way in the Spring/Summer Activity Guide for April and May

Aquatics

Mountain View Masters Mountain View Masters (MVM) is a swim program providing year-round coached workouts, clinics, competitions and fun social events for adults. MVM is a member of United States Masters Swimming. We welcome swimmers of all abilities and with various training goals (fitness, triathlon, competitive, non-competitive) who are interested in improving their fitness through swimming. MVM practices are held every morning (Sun - Sat) at Eagle Park Pool. MVM members have access to all MVM practices and City lap swim times. For more information visit the club website, www.mvm.org or call (650) 336-8603.

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Volunteer With Us

City of Mountain View Volunteer Opportunities: Special Events Monster Bash, Tree Lighting, Spring Family Parade, July 4 Fireworks Tutoring at The View Teen Center and Afterschool Programs Shoreline Rengstorff House Docents, Trail Ambassadors, Wildlife Habitat Enhancement Guest Services Center for the Performing Arts, Senior Center, Library And More Special Projects, Grand Opening Celebrations... you name it! Volunteer Services | www.mountainview.gov/volunteer | (650) 903-6607 www.mountainview.gov/register

(650) 903-6331

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ADULT CLASSES

Intermediate Belly Dancing & Middle Eastern Dance

DANCE Salsa Shine

NEW!

Salsa Shine is an introductory level dance class perfect if you are new to dancing or looking to develop new skills. In this class, you will learn a variety of moves to popular salsa music that will get you out on the dance floor. No partners needed. Space is limited. Reserve your spot today. Instructor: Annaliza Pena. Location: Community Center - Oak Room Ages 18+ 12541

R/NR Tu

7:30pm - 8:15pm

Bachata Shine

1/7 - 2/11

$92/$116

NEW!

Bachata is a Latin style dance originating in the Dominican Republic. It has become another popular dance in the Bay Area next to Salsa. This beginner Bachata Shine dance class is a must if you want to develop great rhythm and style. You will learn a variety of moves that will get your body dancing now. No partners needed. Space is limited. Reserve your spot today. Instructor: Annaliza Pena. Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room Ages 18+ 12542

R/NR Th

7:00pm - 7:45pm

1/9 - 2/13

$92/$116

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Take it to the next level with Intermediate Belly Dancing and Middle Eastern Dance. You will learn and develop body awareness, good posture, isolations, and technique. Just bring your bare feet and wear comfortable clothes. Instructor: Marzieh Gachipour. Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room Ages 18+ 12456

R/NR Tu

6:30pm - 7:30pm

1/14 - 3/31

$185/$232

Beginner Belly Dancing & Middle Eastern Dance Are you ready to have fun and challenge yourself with beautiful and fascinating Middle Eastern dance and music? You will learn and develop body awareness, good posture, isolations, and technique. Participants are encouraged to have bare feet and wear comfortable clothes. Instructor: Marzieh Gachipour. Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room Ages 18+ 12409

R/NR W

6:30pm - 7:30pm

1/15 - 4/1

$198/$248

FREE TRIAL CLASSES

Pilates Tue. Jan 7, 2020 at 6 p.m. #12533 Empowerment through Dance for Women Thur. Jan 9, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. #12546 Bollywood Choreography Workout Sat. Jan 11, 2020 at 9 a.m. #12545 Bollywood Cardio Workout Sat. Jan 11, 2020 at 10 a.m. #12544 Pre-registration required. Spaces are limited. Sign up for the free trials online at apm.activecommunities.com/mountainviewrecreation 201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Bollywood Cardio Workout

Bollywood Choreography Workout

Hailing from the dream city of Mumbai, which is also home to Bollywood, this energetic, charismatic, and fun dance instructor-actorpercussionist, Amit Sharma, has spread Indian dance music and moves across the length and breadth of India and USA. Learn a combination of cardio and choreography moves that will leave you feeling loved, lighter, and delighted in excitement every week. Instructor: Rang De Bollywood Dance Company. No Class 2/5 and 2/12.

Get your heart pumping, body moving, and your soul refreshed and happy every week. You will learn exciting, eclectic dances from India while building self love, trust, and confidence with your body. We’ll be teaching dance moves from Bombay. Bring all your friends and get ready to have some fun. We are very heart centered people focused on making sure everyone has a blast. All levels welcome. Instructor: Rang De Bollywood Dance Company. No Class 2/6 and 2/13.

Location: Community Center - Oak Room Ages 18+ 12406

Ages 18+

R/NR W

7:00pm - 8:00pm

1/15 - 4/1

$155/$194

Accept and love yourself, the way you are, to boost your self-confidence and to liberate your sensuality through dance, introspection, positive influence, support, acceptance, and love. A combination of dance, Pilates, yoga, and love in a unique workout to heal and strengthen your body and soul. Please bring a thick mat. Instructor: Rang De Bollywood Dance Company. No Class 2/6 and 2/13. Ages 18+

6:00pm - 6:50pm

1/16 - 4/2

1/16 - 4/2

$155/$194

$155/$194

NEW!

Mambo Shine is a rhythm style ballroom dance of Cuba. This style of dance is a mixture of Afro-Cuban folk dances with Jazz. This is a beginner class, perfect if you want to develop a new dance style and skills. You will learn a variety of moves that will get you dancing now. No partners needed. Spaces are limited. Reserve your spot today. Instructor: Annaliza Pena. Location: Community Center - Oak Room 12540

R/NR 7:30pm - 8:20pm

Th

Ages 18+

Location: Community Center - Oak Room Th

12407

R/NR

Mambo Shine

Empowerment through Dance for Women

12457

Location: Community Center - Oak Room

R/NR Tu

7:30pm - 8:15pm

Cha Cha Shine

2/18 - 3/24

$92/$116

NEW!

Cha Cha Shine is a popular rhythm ballroom style dance. This class is perfect for new dancers who wants to stand out and develop new dance styles and skills. No partners needed. Spaces are limited. Reserve your spot today. Instructor: Annaliza Pena. Location: Community Center - Magnolia Room Ages 18+ 12543

R/NR Th

7:00pm - 7:45pm

2/20 - 3/26

$92/$116

FITNESS Mat Pilates (Beginners)

JAZZERCISE is a 60-minute class incorporating cardio, strength and stretch moves for a total body workout. We’ve taken moves from hiphop, yoga, Pilates, kickboxing, and resistance training and bundled them into one hour. All ages, levels and sizes welcome.

• • • Mountain View Community Center 201 South Rengstorff Avenue Tuesday and Thursday • 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. $55R/$70NR per month unlimited classes plus $25 sign-up fee Cite this ad for 1 week free attendance - new students only. For more information, call Barb at 650-464-9758.

www.mountainview.gov/register

Location: Community Center - Oak Room Ages 18+ 12492

R/NR M

8:00am - 9:00am

1/13 - 3/30

$154/$193

Pilates for New Moms & Moms-to-be This class consists of safe yet challenging exercises that are good both for moms-to-be as well as new moms. We will work towards strong and lean bodies and strengthening your core to help with quick recovery. Expect to feel energized and flexible! Babies are welcome to join with moms! Prenatal moms must have their doctor’s verbal consent to participate. Please wear a comfortable clothing and bring a mat. Instructor: Emilia Wysocka-Treder. No Class 1/20 and 2/17. Location: Community Center - Oak Room Ages 18+ 12497

(650) 903-6331

R/NR M

9:15am - 10:15am

1/13 - 3/30

$154/$193

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Adults

Whisman Sports Center • 1500 Middlefield Road Monday and Wednesday • 5:45 to 6:45 p.m. Saturday • 8:45 to 9:45 a.m.

The class is suitable for you if you are new to Pilates, recovering from injury, or would like to continue with the beginner exercise. It is an easy yet challenging class where you are going to learn basics on how to strengthen your core, breath properly, increase flexibility, and reduce back pain. Please wear a comfortable clothing and bring a mat. Instructor: Emilia Wysocka-Treder. No Class 1/20 and 2/17.


Mat Pilates (Intermediate/Advanced)

One-Time Workshop: Yoga for Travelers

Keep your body healthy, strong, and amazing! An intermediate/ advanced class for all of you with previous Pilates experience. During this course we will work on strengthening abdominal and back muscles, improving flexibility, balance, and of course toning the entire physique from deep within. Please wear a comfortable clothing and bring a mat. Instructor: Emilia Wysocka-Treder. No Class 1/20 and 2/17.

Do you get tight and/or tense when you travel? Learn simple and effective poses to stretch and reduce stress when you’re stuck on a plane or bus--or in a car or crowded airport. We’ll also cover poses for pre-trip anxiety, post-transit tightness and jet lag. Please bring a yoga mat and a blanket large enough to cover yourself. Please bring a mat, a blanket large enough to cover yourself and (optional but highly recommended) 1-2 yoga blocks and a water bottle to stay hydrated. Instructor: Kate Griffin.

Location: Community Center - Oak Room Ages 18+ 12493

R/NR M

6:00pm - 7:00pm

1/13 - 3/30

$154/$193

NEW!

Location: Community Center - Oak Room Ages 18+ 12485

R/NR Sa

10:00am - 11:30am

3/28

$25/$32

Yin Yoga Yin Yoga gently yet thoroughly works the fascia (connective tissue) to create more length and flexibility and improves posture while deeply relaxing mind and body. Enjoy calming your mind as you stretch and balance your body. No prior yoga experience necessary. Please bring a mat and a blanket large enough to cover yourself. Recommended: 1-2 yoga blocks. Instructor: Kate Griffin. No Class 3/14. Location: Community Center - Oak Room Ages 18+

R/NR

12519

Tu

5:30pm - 6:30pm

1/14 - 3/17

$150/$188

12514

Sa

8:00am - 9:00am

1/18 - 3/21

$135/$169

MUSIC Group Guitar for Adults Join this class as we teach you to play the fundamentals of the instrument and the music of your generation! In this class, you’ll learn everything you need to know about how to become a great guitar player: chords, progressions, scales and even entire songs from the artists and bands you enjoy! Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity and sign up today! No experience necessary. Students must bring their own guitar. Instructor: Joyful Melodies Music School. No Class 2/19. Location: Joyful Melodies Music School

Yoga Stretch (Gentle Yoga)

NEW!

Ages 18+

Are you “too tight to stretch?” but want to improve your posture and flexibility? Join us using gentle yoga poses to easily and deeply stretch and tone the whole body for more energy and relaxation. No prior yoga necessary. Please bring a mat and a blanket large enough to cover yourself. Recommended: 1-2 yoga blocks. Instructor: Kate Griffin. Location: Community Center - Oak Room Ages 18+ 12486

R/NR Th

11:00am - 12:00pm

1/16 - 3/19

$150/$188

12421

R/NR W

8:00pm - 8:50pm

1/15 - 4/1

$396/$496

Adult Group Keyboard Class It is never too late to learn how to play the piano! Our Adult Group Keyboard Class is designed for adults who have no or little experience in piano playing. This class offers a structured, yet relaxed environment for you to learn fundamental musical concepts, including musical notation, theory, and rhythm. Our patient and supportive instructors will teach you to play a variety of pieces and styles. Instructor: Joyful Melodies Music School. No Class 2/20. Location: Joyful Melodies Music School

Activity Guide Tip:

Ages 18+

Ready to Register? Check out Page 3 for registration information to get started.

12423

R/NR Th

7:00pm - 7:50pm

1/16 - 4/2

$396/$496

Adults

Adult Drop-in Sports

Volleyball

Basketball

Sunday Nights

Sunday Nights

5 to 7:30 p.m.

5 to 7:30 p.m.

Mountain View Sports Pavilion

Whisman Sports Center

1185 Castro Street

1500 Middlefield Road

$3.00 per visit or purchase an activity pass for $15.00 for 10 visits or $30 for 20 visits. Passes can be purchased at the gym during drop-in sports hours. Cash and check only. For more information, call the Recreation Office at (650) 903-6331 or visit www.mountainview.gov/adultsports 28 City of Mountain View | Recreation Division

201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


SELF and FAMILY Vision Board and Visualization Workshop

NEW!

GYM RENTALS

Join us for an exciting opportunity for personal growth as you learn about the power of manifesting your goals and dreams in our Vision Board & Visualization Workshop for 2020. Make completions with 2019 and go within to learn what your heart truly wants to create for 2020. Celebrate your accomplishments and create a new compelling vision and set your year off on a positive note. Vision board supplies are provided. Instructor: Rang De Bollywood Dance Company. Location: Community Center - Maple Room Ages 18+ 12459

Mountain View Sports Pavilion 1185 Castro Street

R/NR Sa

10:00am - 12:00pm

1/18

$26/$33

Group Coaching Workshop - Let’s Rock 2020

NEW!

Work with certified coach Manpreet Komal, who is known to support her clients through their goals from weight loss, business growth, writing a book, improving relationships, communication and following their dreams. This workshop wills set you up to not only achieve your goals but look at unconscious reasons to overcome hurdles during the process. We will start with creating a compelling vision of what success and happiness looks like and get your ready to rock 2020 and overcome all that is in the way. Instructor: Rang De Bollywood Dance Company. No Class 2/8, 2/15, and 3/14.

Whisman Sports Center 1500 Middlefield Road Full and half court rentals are available for basketball and volleyball. Applications are accepted quarterly. For more information, visit www.mountainview.gov/gymrentals

Location: Community Center - Maple Room Ages 18+ 12458

R/NR Sa

12:00pm - 2:00pm

1/18 - 4/4

$185/$232

Adult Softball Leagues

SPORTS Tae Kwon Do Combine a full workout with useful self-defense skills! Tae Kwon Do is a form of Korean martial arts that concentrates on powerful blocks, kicks and punches for self-defense. The goal of training is the full development of self-confidence, strength, and focus. Uniforms will be distributed to students the second week of class, and cost is $25. Instructor: Mountain View Tae Kwon Do. Location: Whisman Sports Center Ages 18+ 12510 Tu, Th

R/NR 6:00pm - 7:30pm

1/14 - 4/2

$125/$157

4 Divisions of Play Coed & Men’s Leagues available Spring League begins in March Team Registration for Spring League begins January 2020

For information and registration visit: https://bayareadisc.org/leagues

$70 Residents/$88 Non-Residents. Games take place Thursday evenings at Crittenden Field. www.mountainview.gov/register

For more information or to register, call (650) 903-6407 or email Stephanie.Lum@mountainview.gov

www.mountainview.gov/softball

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Adults

ADULT ULTIMATE FRISBEE LEAGUE WINTER 2020

Monday-Thursday Nights at Shoreline Athletic Fields


HIGH QUALITY LEVEL TENNIS INSTRUCTION AT A PARK NEAR YOU! Mountain View Tennis offers programs for all ages and levels Adult Tennis Programs

CLASS LOCATIONS Cuesta Tennis Center 685 Cuesta Drive Rengstorff Park 201 S. Rengstorff Avenue Cooper Park 500 Chesley Avenue

Junior Tennis Programs

• 4 Levels of Skill Classes including: • 7 Levels of Skill Classes including: - Fundamentals & Games - Pre-Rallyball (ages 5-6) - Matchplay & Serves - Rallyball 1, 2, and 3 (ages 7-10) - Cardio, Footwork & Games - Pre-Circuit and Circuit 1 (ages 11-15) • Our classes focus on fundamentals. • For your convenience, classes run We develop skills, tactics, footwork, multuiple days, times and locations. fitness, and more in a fun and fast paced environment.

WINTER Sessions Winter Session - January 4 - February 14 (6 week session)

Sylvan Park 550 Sylvan Avenue

SPRING Sessions Spring Session 1 - February 22 - April 3 (6 week session)

Whisman Park 310 Easy Street

Spring Session 2 - April 11 - May 31 (7 week session)* *No Class May 23, 24, or 25

Stevenson Park 750 San Pierre Way

HALF DAY & FULL DAY Tennis Camps • Winter - February 17 - 21 • Spring - April 6 - 10

Mountain View Tennis has been providing exceptional recreation and competitive tennis programs and services in Mountain View since 2009. We have an amazing tennis community and foster a positive learning environment for the whole family. Whether you are new to the game or a competitive player, we have great coaches ready to work with you. Bring friends and make new ones on the court today.

For class descriptions, court reservations, schedules, and to register, visit:

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The Senior Center offers a wide variety of classes, clubs, and special events. For more information on these programs and all that we offer, please visit our website or stop by the Senior Center. To view a copy of the Senior Center Class Guide, or view the monthly Primetime Newsletter, visit www.mountainview.gov/seniors NEWSLETTER

The Mountain View Senior Center A monthly newsletter, “Primetime News”, lists all the fun programs that are is an all-purpose facility that offers planned at the Senior Center. This publication includes lunch menus, special programs and services for adults events, workshops, social services, movie listings, and more! 55 years of age and over. NUTRITION

Come discover what the Senior Center has to offer!

LOCATION 266 Escuela Avenue Mountain View, CA 94040 (650) 903-6330 senior.center@mountainview.gov www.mountainview.gov/seniors

__________ HOURS Monday - Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday evening, Saturday, and Sunday by reservation only

www.mountainview.gov/register

Lunch is provided by the Community Services Agency and served daily MondayFriday at 11:45 a.m. in the Social Hall. The suggested contribution is $3.00 for people 60 years and over. The meal cost $8.00 for people under 60 years old. The recommended sign in time is at 11:15 a.m. Meals are served on a first come, first serve basis. SOCIAL SERVICES AARP tax services, hearing screenings, notary, CSA referrals and information from case workers, blood pressure checks, Alzheimer’s screenings, legal assistance (SALA), Notary, VTA Clipper Card applications, Health/Medical Insurance (HICAP) appointments, and the Brown Bag program by Second Harvest Food Bank. WINTER SPECIAL EVENTS November 23 - 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. - Holiday Bazaar December 4 - 3 p.m. - Holiday Orchestra Performance December 11 - 4 to 6 p.m. - Holiday Gala February 8 - 9 to 11 a.m. - Senior Pancake Breakfast* February 27 - 1 p.m. - Doubles Ping Pong Tournament* March 25 - 4 to 6 p.m. - Spring Fling *Prior registration required SENIOR ADVISORY COMMITTEE The Senior Advisory Committee meets the third Wednesday of the month, with the exception of August and December, at 2 p.m. in the Meeting Room. (650) 903-6331

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Photo by Hewitt Photography

Photo by David Quick

Shoreline at Mountain View:

Offering scenic views, historic homes, and more! 3070 N. Shoreline Boulevard Mountain View, California, 94043 (650) 903-6392

Shoreline at Mountain View is a unique wildlife and recreation area situated on the edge of the San Francisco Bay. All year long, there is so much to enjoy, including 10.5 miles of walking, running, and biking trails; open meadows; scenic wetlands; a fascinating historic home, and more. This winter and all throughout the year, Shoreline is a great place to visit for a bit of solace and to enjoy birding opportunities for both the novice and more experienced birder. Especially during migration season, birds stop along the Pacific Flyway at Shoreline as they head south for the winter.

Rengstorff House tours and rentals: www.mountainview.gov/ rengstorffhouse (650) 903-6088 Open Hours: 6 a.m. until 30 minutes after sundown, 7 days/week Protect our birds and wildlife! No domesticated animals allowed within Shoreline. 15 mph on Class 1 trails, please. Additional information: www.mountainview.gov/shoreline

If it’s cold outside the day of your visit, why not stop by the Shoreline Aquatic Center – Lakeside Café or Michaels at Shoreline for a warm beverage or food/ full bar offerings? Grab a jacket and you can also improve your swing along the 18 challenging holes of the Shoreline Golf Links’ course. Engagement season is upon us, in case you havn’t heard! So, if you are recently engaged or even thinking about an engagement, please consider visiting the Rengstorff House during our open tour times. You can learn about the history and peek throughout the interior as well as the exterior gardens to imagine Mountain View’s rich past as well as your bright future.

Photo by Sunny Toy

We are always in need of volunteers to support Shoreline as well as the Rengstorff House and surrounding network of Class 1 trails. To learn more about volunteering with us as a Recreation & Wildlife Ambassador, Trail Ambassador, or Rengstorff House Docent, please visit the Cityof Mountain View’s volunteer services website or call (650) 903-6073. Happy New Year!

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201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Michael’s at Shoreline

( (650) 903-GOLF Shoreline Golf Links @shorelinelinks Member Clubs Join a golf club and enjoy weekly competitions, camaraderie, guaranteed tee times, and membership in regional golf associations: Shoreline Golf Club – Weekends www.shorelinelinks.com Shoreline Senior Club – Monday and Wednesday www.shorelineseniorsgolfclub.org Shoreline Women’s Club – Tuesday www.shorelinelinks.com Player’s Club Membership Program Program benefits include: • Save $4 on green fees every time you play • One Hour Early Twilight Access (Also valid on weekends) • $7 Range Ball Ticket • Access to special promotions, specials, and sales. For more information/application, go to www.shorelinelinks.com/request_membership Online Community Shoreline Golf Links has a very active online community with our eClub, Facebook, Twitter, and a mobile application for the golf course. Like our Facebook page and stay up to date on the special events, tournaments and discount sales. Join our eClub and enjoy online specials, a free birthday round of golf, weekly news/updates, and other exclusive specials. www.mountainview.gov/register

Michael’s at Shoreline provides the perfect venue for your casual bite after a round of golf, brunch with your loved ones, or a nice glass of wine while enjoying the views of Shoreline Park on our patio. Michael’s offers a full bar with our summertime happy hour Tuesday through Fridays, lunch 7 days a week, and brunch on the weekends. Michael’s banquet facilities can be configured to suit any kind of private or corporate event including plated or buffet service events up to 220 guests. Michael’s event space offers built in audio visual service, a dance floor, patio seating for 100+ with a view and more. Mix up the corporate training with fully catered breakout sessions, mixology classes, putt putt & corn hole tournaments, or group golf lessons with an SGL Pro.

Group Golf Outings & Tournaments With our great course and excellent practice facilities (range, putting greens, short game area), we have packages for group golf outings onthe-course as well as off-the-course. From 4-hole and 9-hole offerings to a Mini-Putt course, competitive golf tournaments to fundraising events, parties on the driving range to group lessons for introduction to golf and teambuilding, we have many options to offer you or your company. We can also provide quality food & refreshment services through Michael’s at Shoreline Restaurant and Café. Contact tournaments@ shorelinelinks.com for more information. This year we will be continuing our Shore9 League! A fun, social 9-hole league held on Thursday at 5:30 p.m. Entry into the league also gets you signed up for the Player’s Club. Contact Will Bonner at wbonner@shorelinegolflinks.com for details.

Golf Instructions Roy Day and “Shoreline Bill” Mykytka offer a variety of different lessons for all ages and abilities. From beginner group lessons to individual private lessons, there is something for everyone. To contact Roy Day, email roydaypga@comcast.net or call 650-452-3057. For more information on programs offered by Shoreline Bill, please visit www.ShorelineBillGolf.com. More information on lessons and instruction can be found at https://www.shorelinelinks.com/instruction. (650) 903-6331

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Marque su calendario para estas fechas de registro!

LISTO PARA REGISTRARSE? Léeme primero

Residentes

Registo Abierto

8:30 a.m.

8:30 a.m.

Noviembre

Diciembre

25

2

Cómo inscribirse REGISTRO EN LÍNEA Visit www.mountainview.gov/register Haga clic en “Register Online” en la sección “How to Register.” Iniciar sesión o Crear una cuenta.

CORREO ELECTRÓNICO recreation@mountainview.gov Complete el formulario de registro que se encuentra en la página 35-36. Escanee o tome una foto del formulario completo. Envíelo por correo electrónico a nuestra dirección de correo electrónico arriba.

CORREO City of Mountain View Recreation Class Registration P.O. Box 7540 Mountain View, CA 94039-7540 No envíe dinero en efectivo.

FAX (650) 962-1069

Asistencia a Clase y Registro • Usted está emocionado y nosotros estamos contentos de que esté listo para comenzar una clase. Antes de hacerlo, sin embargo, asegúrese de que usted ya esté registrado para participar. El registro para una clase no se lleva a cabo en la clase, sucede ya sea en la recepción del Centro de la Comunidad o en línea. Tenga en cuenta que ningún reembolso o clases se emitirán para cualquier clase perdida. Lista de Espera • Ahh! Usted estuvo muy cerca de estar en la clase! Su nombre será puesto en una lista de espera si su primera opción y segunda alternativa están llenas. Una vez que haya un lugar disponible, revisaremos la lista de espera en el orden en que los usuarios fueron añadido a dicha lista; si usted es el próximo, le llamaremos. Se le dará un plazo de 24 horas para enviar su formulario de inscripción y pago. Si su formulario de inscripción y pago no se envían en el plazo establecido, se le saca de la lista de espera y la siguiente persona en la lista será contactado. Edad/Fecha de Nacimiento • Para inscribirse, los participantes deben estar dentro de la edades requeridas (mínima y máxima) en el primer día de clase. Todos los participantes de 17 años de edad o menos deben proporcionar su fecha de nacimiento. Prueba de edad se puede solicitar. Transferencia • ¿Tiene necesidad de transferirse de una clase a otra? Usted puede transferir se a otra clase, siempre y cuando cumpla con el requisito de edad mínima, haya espacio disponible, y envíe su solicitud por escrito por lo menos (3) días hábiles antes del primer día de clase. Esto significa que si la clase comienza un lunes, tiene hasta el miércoles anterior a ese lunes para enviar su solicitud de transferencia por correo electrónico a recreation@mountainview.gov. Se le cobrarán $10 dólares por transacción. Dar de baja una clase • Si tiene que darse de baja de una clase y recibir un reembolso, envíenos un correo electrónico a recreation@mountainview.gov por lo menos cinco (5) días hábiles antes del primer día de clase. También puede solicitar la baja a través de un formulario que puede descargar de www.mountainview.gov/ register. Como nota aclaratoria, si su clase comienza un lunes, el último día para darse de baja es el lunes anterior a esa clase. Se le cobrarán $10 dólares por cada transacción.

Solamente pago de la tarjeta de crédito.

¿Ha faltado a una clase? • Desafortunadamente no se emitirá ningún reembolso u oportunidad para reponer clases a las cuales usted haya faltado.

VISITENOS EN EL COMMUNITY CENTER

Clase ya comenzó, ¿aun así puedo todavía unirme al grupo? • ¡Sí! No se prorrata los días que ya han tenido lugar; sin embargo, sólo tiene que ponerse al día con todos los demás en la próxima clase!

201 S. Rengstorff Avenue Mountain View, CA 94040 de lunes a viernes • 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Formas de pago Efectivo · Cheque escrito pagable a "City of Mountain View" Visa • MasterCard • American Express • Discover

Prueba de Residencia en Mountain View

De vez en cuando es posible que necesitemos pedir prueba de residencia. Las formas aceptables de prueba incluyen: Licencia de Conducir Actual de California o Identificación, una factura reciente, registro del auto, estado de cuenta bancario o contrato de alquiler con el nombre del dueño de la propiedad con una dirección actual. Tarjeta del DMV de Cambio temporal de dirección, apartados de correos, cheques personales, cartas o folletos no son aceptables. La prueba de residencia debe coincidir con el nombre y dirección en el formulario de inscripción. 34 City of Mountain View | Recreation Division

Tardanzas • Los padres y tutores que lleguen tarde a recoger a sus hijos, de cualquier programa de recreación, se les cobrara una tarifa de $6 por cada 15 minutos de retraso. Los participantes que reciban tres (3) cargos por recoger tarde a sus hijos serán eliminados del programa específico a la cuarta vez en que recojan a sus hijos tarde. Violación de Comportamiento • Los participantes que reciban tres (3) violaciones de comportamiento serán eliminados del programa específico. Un reembolso parcial de la clase podría concederse a discreción del supervisor del programa.

Espera, qué? Ha cancelado mi clase?! Clases que no cumplan los niveles mínimos de registro se cancelarán. Los participantes serán notificados aproximadamente con tres días hábiles antes del inicio de clases y se les dará un reembolso completo, o serán elegibles para transferirse a otra clase si hay espacio disponible. Los participantes que sean transferidos serán responsables de cualquier cargo adicional.

201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Formulario de Inscripción de Clase

Correo Electrónico: recreation@mountainview.gov Fax (650) 962-1069

Padre/ Información de Contacto del Guardián Legal Nombre

Apellido

Fecha de Nacimiento ___/___/___ Sexo  M  F

Domicilio Ciudad

Código Postal

Correo Electrónico

Teléfono Primario (___)

Teléfono Secundario (___)

Nombre de Contacto de Emergencia Numero Primario de Emergencia (___)

Celular (___) Relación con el Participante

Numero Secundario de Emergencia (___)

Registro de Clase Nombre de Participante (Primero y Apellido)

Fecha de Nacimiento

___/___/___ ___/___/___ ___/___/___ ___/___/___ ___/___/___ ___/___/___

Sexo

# de Clase

Nombre de Clase

Precio

MF

# Clase Alternativa

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

MF MF MF MF MF

Total Alergias/Necesidades Especiales del Participante Para ayudar mejor a todos los participantes, por favor enumere alguna necesidad especial para el participante(s) que aparece arriba.

Nombre del Participante

Necesidades Especiales/Alergias/Medicamentos

Nombre del Participante

Necesidades Especiales/Alergias/Medicamentos

Pago  Tarjeta de Crédito (Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Discover)  Cheque (a nombre de “City of Mountain View”)  Efectivo (No envíe efectivo) Tarjeta de Crédito # Nombre como aparece en la tarjeta

Fecha de Vencimiento ___/___ CVV # Firma X

Renuncia de Responsabilidad y Publicación de Foto Para considerar la participación en las clases o actividades que la División de Recreación de la Ciudad de Mountain View ofrece, yo, la persona que firma este documento, estoy de acuerdo en indemnizar y no culpar a la Ciudad de Mountain View y por la presente renuncio en presentar cargos y no hacer reclamaciones por pérdida o daño, por muerte, lesiones personales, lesiones corporales o daños a la propiedad que yo pueda tener ahora o en el futuro, en contra de la Ciudad de Mountain View, sus concejales, empleados, agentes y voluntarios por cualquier responsabilidad que surja o esté conectada de alguna manera con mi participación en esta clase o actividad, a pesar de que la responsabilidad pueda surgir por negligencia o descuido por parte de la persona o entidades mencionadas anteriormente. Yo entiendo que los accidentes y las lesiones pueden surgir de la participación en esta clase o actividad; sabiendo los riesgos, sin embargo, por la presente estoy de acuerdo en asumir esos riesgos en nombre de mí mismo, miembros de mi familia y mis asignados, y desistir en presentar cargos y eximir de responsabilidad a todas las personas o entidades mencionadas anteriormente que (por negligencia o descuido) podrían ser responsable por daños y perjuicios a mi persona (o mis herederos o cesionarios). Además, entiendo que la Ciudad de Mountain View, el Consejo de la Ciudad, empleados, agentes y voluntarios, no son responsables de los bienes personales de los participantes en la clase o actividad. Además, queda entendido y de acuerdo que esta renuncia, y liberación de responsabilidades y de los riesgos se ha firmado libremente y es un compromiso legal para mí y para mis herederos y cesionarios. He leído y estoy de acuerdo con la inscripción y las políticas de dicho programa. Entiendo y acepto que si participo en un programa que se adhiere al Código de Salud y Seguridad de California 124235, el participante inscrito está sujeto al protocolo en caso de una conmoción cerebral como se describe en el Código de Salud y Seguridad de California 124235 que incluye procedimientos para "Volver a jugar". Además, doy permiso a la Ciudad de Mountain View de utilizar fotografías de mi y/o de mi hijo/a o parecido, o la de una mascota o propiedad personal, para uso promocional en cualquier medio de comunicación de la Ciudad de Mountain View. Con mi firma abajo, reconozco que he leído este documento y entiendo su contenido.

Firma X REC-09 (Rev. 05-10-18)

Fecha

 Padre

 Guardián Legal

No. de Empleado de la Ciudad/Depto.:

 Participante


Class Registration Form

E-mail: recreation@mountainview.gov Fax (650) 962-1069

Parent/Legal Guardian Contact Information First Name

Last Name

Birthdate ___/___/___ Gender

M

F

Street Address City

Zip Code

Primary Phone (____)

E-mail Address

Secondary Phone (____)

Emergency Contact Name

Cell Phone (____) Relationship to Participant

Emergency Primary Phone (____)

Emergency Secondary Phone (____)

Class Registration Participant Name (First and Last)

Birthdate

Gender

Class #

Class Name

Fee

___/___/___ ___/___/___ ___/___/___ ___/___/___ ___/___/___ ___/___/___

MF

$

MF

$

MF

$

MF

$

MF

$

MF

$

Alternate Class #

Total $

Participant Allergies/Special Needs To better assist all participants, please list any special needs for the participant(s) listed above. Participant’s Name

Special Needs/Allergies/Medications

Participant’s Name

Special Needs/Allergies/Medications

Payment  Credit Card (Visa, MasterCard, Amex, Discover)

 Check (payable to “City of Mountain View”)

Credit Card #

 Cash (do not mail cash)

Exp. Date ___/___

Name as it appears on Credit Card

CVV #:

Cardholder Signature X

Liability Waiver and Photo Release In consideration of participation in a class or activity offered by the Recreation Division of the City of Mountain View, I, the below signed, agree to indemnify and hold the City of Mountain View harmless and hereby waive, release, and discharge any and all claims for loss or damage, for death, personal injury, bodily injury, or property damage which I may have or which hereinafter may accrue to me against the City of Mountain View, its City Council, employees, agents, and volunteers for any liability arising out of or connected in any way with my participation in this class or activity, even though that liability may arise out of negligence or carelessness on the part of the person or entities mentioned above. I understand that accidents and injuries can arise from participation in this class or activity; knowing the risks, nevertheless, I hereby agree to assume those risks on behalf of myself, my heirs, and assigns and to release and to hold harmless all of the persons or entities mentioned above who (through negligence or carelessness) might otherwise be liable to me (or my heirs or assigns) for damages. Further, I understand that the City of Mountain View, its City Council, employees, agents, and volunteers are not responsible for the personal property of the participants in the class or activity. It is further understood and agreed that this waiver, release, and assumption of risks has been freely entered into and is to be binding on me and on my heirs and assigns. I have read and agree to the registration and program policies. I understand and acknowledge that if participating in a program listed in CA Health and Safety Code 124235, the enrolled participant is subject to concussion protocol as outlined in CA Health & Safety Code 124235 which includes “Return to Play” procedures. In addition, I give permission to the City of Mountain View to use my and/or my child’s photograph or likeness, or that of a pet or personal property, for promotional use in any City-related media. By my signature below, I acknowledge that I have read this document and understand its contents.

Signature X REC-09 (Rev. 05-10-18)

Date

Parent

Legal Guardian Participant

City Employee No./Dept.:


Preschool Program 2019-2020 SChool Year September 3 to June 5 playschool

Tot Time

Ages 4 to 5

Ages 3 to 4 Tuesdays and THursdays

Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays

AM: 9:15 to 11:15 a.m. School Year Fee: Residents: $1,085 Non-Residents: $1,365

Registration Requirements

AM: 9 to 11:30 a.m. School Year Fee: Residents: $1,918 Non-Residents: $2,413

Stayed tuned for 2020-21 School year registration information

Children must be the required age by September 1 of the school year in which they are registering. A photocopy of the child’s birth certificate must be submitted with all NEW preschool registrations and a copy of the child’s current immunization card for ALL registrations. Birth certificate and immunization copies must be provided to the preschool teachers before the first day of class.

For more information about the program, our teachers, or to view a sample schedule of daily activities, please visit www.mountainview.gov/preschool

Register online at http://apm.activecommunities.com/mountainviewrecreation


PRSRT STD U.S. Postage PAID Mountain View, CA Permit No. 179

Receation Division P.O. Box 7540 Mountain View, CA 94039

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SPECIAL EVENTS CALENDAR - www.mountainview.gov/specialevents DECEMBER

JAN/FEB

MARCH

APRIL

DECEMBER 6 Santa Letter deadline

JANUARY 20 MLK Jr. Day Holiday City Facilities Closed

MARCH 14 Arbor Day 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pioneer Park www.mountainview.gov/arborday

APRIL 3 Concerts on the Plaza 6 to 7:30 p.m. Civic Center Plaza www.mountainview.gov/ plazaevents

DECEMBER 7 Breakfast with Santa 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. Community Center DECEMBER 9 Community Tree Lighting Celebration 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Civic Center Plaza www.mountainview.gov/ treelighting DECEMBER 11 Senior Holiday Gala 4 to 6 p.m. Senior Center www.mountainview.gov/seniors Ages 55+ Welcome DECEMBER 14 Jingle Ball 6:30 to 8 p.m. Community Center DECEMBER 24 to JANUARY 1 Holiday Closure City Facilities Closed

FEBRUARY 8 Senior Pancake Breakfast 9 to 11 a.m. Senior Center www.mountainview.gov/seniors Ages 55+ Welcome *Prior registration required* FEBRUARY 17 President’s Day City Facilities Closed FEBRUARY 18, 19, 20 Swim Lesson Assessments Various Times Eagle Park Pool Refer to page 24 FEBRUARY 27 Senior Doubles Ping Pong Tournament Starting at 1 p.m. Senior Center www.mountainview.gov/seniors Ages 55+ Welcome *Prior registration required* FEBRUARY 29 Summer Camp Fair 9 to 11 a.m. Community Center Refer to page 9

MARCH 18 Junior Leader Information Night 6:30 to 7 p.m. The View Teen Center Refer to page 7

APRIL 4 Volunteer Fair 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Community Center www.mountainview.gov/volunteers

MARCH 21 Deer Hollow Farm Spring Tour 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Deer Hollow Farm www.mountainview.gov/ deerhollowfarm

APRIL 7, 9, 11 Swim Lesson Assessments Various Times Eagle Park Pool Refer to page 24

MARCH 25 Senior Spring Fling Dance 4 to 6 p.m. Senior Center www.mountainview.gov/seniors Ages 55+ Welcome

APRIL 17 Concerts on the Plaza 6 to 7:30 p.m. Civic Center Plaza www.mountainview.gov/ plazaevents APRIL 18 Deer Hollow Farm Spring Tour 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Deer Hollow Farm www.mountainview.gov/ deerhollowfarm APRIL 25 Annual Downtown Spring Family Parade 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Downtown Castro Street & Pioneer Park www.mountainview.gov/parade

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City of Mountain View 2020 Winter Activity Guide  

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