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Fall 2016 • September through December

Monster Bash October 28 Page 8

Ho l iday Bazaar November 19 Page 27

Community Tree Lighting Celebration December 5 Page 9


recreation noun | rec·re·a·tion | \re-krē-ā-shen\ : something people do to relax or have fun : activities done for enjoyment

What’s your most wonderful time of the year?

CITY MANAGER Daniel Rich COMMUNITY SERVICES DIRECTOR J.P. de la Montaigne RECREATION MANAGER John Marchant PARKS AND OPEN SPACE MANAGER Bruce Hurlburt

Turkey Day! I love gathering with family and friends to give thanks while enjoying a delicious meal.

CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS MANAGER Scott Whisler

Marketing and Administrative Services Supervisor Program Assistant Volunteer Coordinator

Shoreline and Facility Reservations Supervisor Shoreline Secretary Facility Reservations Coordinator Shoreline and Rengstorff House Senior Coordinator

Youth Development Supervisor Youth Coordinator Teen Coordinator Deer Hollow Farm Senior Coordinator Deer Hollow Farm Coordinator Preschool Teacher Preschool Teacher

Senior Management Analyst Executive Assistant

Sports, Aquatics, and Willowgate Garden Supervisor Aquatics and Willowgate Garden Senior Coordinator Youth and Adult Sports Coordinator Parks Maintenance Worker III

Special Events and Senior Center Supervisor Senior Center Senior Coordinator Senior Center and Senior Garden Coordinator Senior Center Office Assistant

Brady Ruebusch Champika Valencia

Thanksgiving. Gluttony plus gathering equals the perfect formula for love.

Kristine Crosby Tiffany Sison Bill Mykytka Stephen Achabal Aischa Standing Crow Vacant Kristina Perino Greg Milano Maureen Grzan-Pieracci Ashleigh Branham Jessica Morgan Lisa Cornelius Mary Freeman Vacant Shaun Chilkotowsky Kevin DeFranco Colin James Jim Ignaitis Michele Petersen Tyler Phillips Sarah Foster Roy Day

Autumn = Pumpkin spice everything!

There is no one wonderful time of the year when it is all spectacular!

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


Letter from the Community Services Department Director

Table of Contents Facility Directory......................................................................2

Summer’s over… what! Boy the summer months went fast. And for our staff, it was very busy. Summer camps were full of participants every week, lots of successful swim lessons, great times spent on the farm and everyday our parks were full with activities from sports to playground to picnics to walking the dogs. It was a great summer and hopefully you and your family participated in one of the above or one of the many special events enjoyed by so many at Thursday Night Live, Concerts on the Plaza, Movies in the Park or our 30th Annual 4th of July celebration. And, how about the great day celebrating our 25th Anniversary at the Center for Performing Arts…. Whew! And now we move on to Fall. Look through this Activity Guide and find an activity or event for you and your family to partake in. We would love to have you join us. Upcoming Projects: Heritage Park located on 771 N. Rengstorff is under construction and looking forward to a late fall opening to the public. We are very excited about our newest 37th Mountain View public park. Keep an eye out for our Grand Opening. The design for the remodel of our Community Center at 201 S. Rengstorff is also moving along. It is currently scheduled for closure mid to late 2017 with about a year’s construction schedule. Our staff will be relocated to various City facilities, and the main registration area will move to our Senior Center during construction. Many of our programs will tentatively move to other facilities also. Information will be coming out on all the changes in November. Stay Tuned!

Ready to Register......................................................................3 Facility Reservations.........................................................4 to 5 Winter Camps................................................................... 6 to 9 Holiday Activities...........................................................10 to 11 Youth and Teen Classes..................................................12 to 17 The View Teen Center................................................... 18 to 19 Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts...........20 to 21 Aquatics Classes and Lap Swim................................... 22 to 23 Adults and Senior Classes............................................ 24 to 25 Mountain View Tennis...........................................................26 Senior Center..........................................................................27 Shoreline at Mountain View.................................................. 28 Shoreline Golf Links...............................................................29 Listo para Registrarse............................................................ 30 Forma de Inscripción Para Clases de Recreación.................. 31 Class Registration Form.........................................................32 Preschool....................................................... Inside back cover Special Events Calendar........................................... Back cover

National Gold Medal Award The City of Mountain View’s Community Services Department was recently recognized as the National Recreation and Park Association’s Gold Medal Finalist (1 of 4) in the nation for Excellence in Park and Recreation Management for cities 75,000150,000 in population. One of the highest awards nationally in our field. A designation well deserved for such a great staff and hard work they do every day with your assistance to make Mountain View great…. Woohoo… Thanks for a great summer; look forward to a fantastic fall. See you in the parks. J.P. de la Montaigne

2016 City of Mountain View Council Members Patricia Showalter, Mayor Ken S. Rosenberg, Vice Mayor Christopher R. Clark John M. Inks R. Michael Kasperzak, Jr. John McAlister Leonard M. Siegel

• • • 2016 Parks and Recreation Commission and Urban Forestry Board The Parks and Recreation Commission meets the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at the Mountain View Senior Center, 266 Escuela Avenue Members: Jonathan Herbach (Chair), Paul Hepfer (Vice Chair), Katherine Naegele, Thida Cornes, and Helen Wolter

• • • City Holidays*

@mvrecreation Mountain View Recreation

Labor Day • September 5 Veteran’s Day • November 11 Thanksgiving • November 24 Day after Thanksgiving • November 25 Holiday Closure • December 24 to January 2 * Subject to change.


facility DIRECTORY

Community Center and Rengstorff Park 201 S. Rengstorff Avenue.........903-6331 Cuesta Park 615 Cuesta Drive.......................903-6331

Cuesta Tennis Center 230 Cuesta Drive.............................................................................. 967-5955 Community School of Music & Arts 230 San Antonio Circle......................................................................917-6800 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 Gatos...............................................903-6407 Historic Adobe Building 157 Moffett Boulevard.......................................................................903-6407 KMVT Community Television 1400 Terra Bella Avenue, Suite M....................................................968-1540

Volunteer Today! Learn about City-wide volunteer opportunities by visiting

www.mountainview.gov/volunteer

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts 500 Castro Street............................................................................. 903-6000 Mountain View Sports Pavilion and Graham Athletic Sports Complex 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/Park 201 South Rengstorff Avenue...........................................................903-6414 Senior Center 266 Escuela Avenue......................................................................... 903-6330 Shoreline at Mountain View 2600 N. Shoreline Boulevard Administration/Rengstorff House........................................... 903-6392 Golf Links.................................................................................. 903-4653

204 Stierlin Road (650) 968-0836 By appointment only. Solo por cita. Recreation Class Financial Assistance Program (FAP) 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 receive 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.

1500 W. Middlefield Road................................................................ 903-9040

Programa de Ayuda Financiera para Las Clases de Recreación La ciudad ofrece a las familias de Mountain View de bajos ingresos elegibles asistencia financiera parcial para matricular a los niños en las clases de recreación. Para recibir ayuda financiera, los solicitantes deben ser residente de Mountain View y calificar a través de la Agencia de Servicios a la Comunidad (CSA). El proceso de selección está sujeto a las pautas del Departamento de Vivienda y Desarrollo Urbano del Condado de Santa Clara Los destinatarios de la ayuda financiera recibirán una exención monetaria de 75 por ciento con un máximo de $400 por niño; 25% por ciento del precio de la clase deberá ser pagado de su bolsillo. Dinero de FAP (Programa de Ayuda Financiera) no cubre tarifa para materiales. La cuota para pagar materiales debe ser pagada directamente por el participante. El (FAP) es válido por un año (1 de septiembre hasta el 31 de agosto) Dicha ayuda no es válida para las clases de adultos, Golf, Tenis, Natación, y Eventos Especiales.

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201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040

Shoreline Athletic Fields 2450 Garcia Avenue..........................................................................903-6331 The View Teen Center 263 Escuela Avenue......................................................................... 903-6333 Tiger Martial Arts 820 E. El Camino Real............................................................ (408) 730-2534 Twisters Gymnastics 1165 North Fair Oaks Avenue, Sunnyvale............................ (408) 734-3547 Whisman Sports Center, Callahan Field, Crittenden Park


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Mark your calendar for these registration dates!

Read me first (Registration forms can be found on Pages 31 and 32.)

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.

Mail City of Mountain View Recreation Class Registration P.O. Box 7540 Mountain View, CA 94039-7540

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.

Make checks payable to City of Mountain View Do not mail cash.

Fax (650) 962-1069 Credit card payment only. Visit us at the Community Center Community Center 201 South Rengstorff Avenue Mountain View, CA 94040 Monday to Friday • 8:30 a.m. - 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

● Missed a class? • Unfortunately, no refund or make-up classes will be issued for any missed activity. ●

Class already started but 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. You 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. (650) 903-6331

Wait, what? cancelled my activity?!

Classes not meeting minimum registration levels will be cancelled. Participants will be notified approximately three 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. recreation@mountainview.gov 3


For your special occasion, meeting, or family function

Historic Adobe Building 157 Moffett Boulevard

Historic Adobe Building

The Historic Adobe Building, located just outside of Downtown Mountain View, just minutes from the Mountain View Caltrain Station, features a large banquet room with an adjacent outdoor patio/lawn area. This facility, recognized by its rustic charm and Spanish accents, is perfect for intimate weddings, business off sites/trainings, and other events. Rental of the Adobe Building includes use of tables, chairs, a/v equipment including Wi-Fi, and kitchen. Max occupancy is 100 people. For more information, visit www.mountainview.gov/adobe For rental information, e-mail recreservations@mountainview.gov

Rengstorff House 3070 North Shoreline Boulevard The Rengstorff House, Mountain View’s oldest home, is one of the finest examples of Victorian Italianate architecture on the West Coast. Surrounded by a 750-acre wildlife and recreation area, the site is unique for its historic charm, natural garden areas, brick patios, as well as 19th Century dÊcor and furnishings. Max occupancy is 150 for wedding ceremonies, receptions and events. Wireless internet access, for meetings up to 20 people. For more information, visit

Rengstorff House

www.mountainview.gov/rengstorffhouse For rental information, e-mail RHouseRentals@mountainview.gov

Photo attribution: Erica B Photography

Mountain View Senior Center 266 Escuela Avenue Available exclusively in the evening and weekends for private rentals, the Mountain View Senior Center is one of the nicest special event venues available in the Bay Area. This state of the art facility, with modern architecture and beautiful landscaping, is the perfect place for your next event. The large social hall has a max occupancy of 200 and is perfect for weddings, birthdays, and more. With a variety of multipurpose rooms, this facility is also perfect for your next fundraiser or professional conference. All rentals include access to tables and chairs. Rental of the Social Hall also includes access to the adjacent patio, kitchen, portable bar, and audio/video equipment. Wi-Fi is also available on site. A large parking lot also makes accessing the facility a breeze for your guests.

Senior Center

www.mountainview.gov/reservations For rental information, e-mail recreservations@mountainview.gov

Mountain View Community Center 201 South Rengstorff Avenue Located conveniently in beautiful Rengstorff Park, this facility features a variety of different rooms for all types of events. Whether you are planning a large social gathering, or a small meeting, the Community Center has a space to fit your needs. Tables and chairs are included with all rentals. The main auditorium has a max occupancy of 200 while smaller multi-purpose rooms are perfect for your meeting of 10-50 people. A large parking lot is available and exclusive use of the facility is given for large social gatherings on the weekends.

Community Center

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www.mountainview.gov/reservations For rental information, e-mail recreservations@mountainview.gov

201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


General Use Notification Groups of 50 or more that wish to use any City of Mountain View Park (with the exception of the group picnic/bbq areas) are required to obtain a General Use Notification. Applications must be submitted to the Facility Reservations Office at least two weeks in advance. A $66 fee applies if the application is approved. Note: General Use Notifications do not provide exclusive use or reserve space. For more information on General Use Notifications, please e-mail recreservations@mountainview.gov

Picnic and BBQ Reservations Still thinking of hosting an outdoor event this fall? The good news is the 2016 BBQ Season runs through October 30. The large group picnic areas at Cuesta and Rengstorff Parks can be reserved seven days a week for full days or half days. The group areas, which can accommodate groups up to 250 people, are perfect for everything from your family reunion to corporate gathering. Looking for a small place to have a BBQ family dinner? Cuesta and Rengstorff Parks also have single tables available for reservation. Family tables can be reserved on weekends and holidays, and are also available on a first come, first serve basis during the week. Reservations can only be made by Mountain View residents and businesses and must be made at least two days prior to your event. Already planning ahead to 2017? Save the date! BBQ reservations for the 2017 BBQ Season can be made starting March 7, 2017. For more on picnic area reservations, visit www.mountainview.gov/bbq or contact the Facility Reservations Office at recreservations@mountainview.gov or (650) 903-6407.

Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts 500 Castro Street The Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts’ three theaters and support spaces are available to book for performing arts events, meetings, conferences, educational activities and private events. MVCPA is dedicated to providing entertainment opportunities for its patrons and access to its 600-seat MainStage, 200-seat SecondStage and 300-seat ParkStage for those renting the performance spaces.

Center for the Performing Arts

For more information visit mvcpa.com or call MVCPA’s Booking Coordinator at 650.903.6556

Whisman Sports Center • 1500 Middlefield Road Mountain View Sports Pavilion • 1185 Castro Street Available for rental for activities like basketball, volleyball, futsal, dance groups, etc. Both gyms are available for rental Monday to Friday from 5:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Saturdays, and 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Sundays. Rental applications are accepted four times per year: November (winter use), February (spring use), May (summer use), and August (fall use). Applications are accepted throughout the year, but space will be limited after the initial application acceptance. Gym Rental information and applications can be found at

Gym Rentals

www.mountainview.gov/gymrentals

Eagle Park Pool • 650 Franklin Street Rengstorff Park Pool • 201 South Rengstorff Avenue Both pools are available for private rentals. It is the perfect place to have a school or class party, company picnic, family reunion, or other special event. Fees are reasonable and include lifeguard services. Reservations can be made by calling (650) 903-6405. For more information about our pools, visit

Pool Rentals

www.mountainview.gov/reservations

www.mountainview.gov/poolrentals

(650) 903-6407

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Winter Camps

“Someone just asked me what my favorite thing about camp is. I can only think of one thousand answers...maybe more.� - #campconfessions

Arts and Crafts Toys & Gifts Galore Imaginative creatures, pull toys, mobiles, and more! A toy workshop that any elf would love! Draw, paint, build, and create with paper, fabric, clay, wood and more. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 5 to 7 7002

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M - F 09:30 am - 12:00 pm 12/19 - 12/23 $155/$194

Paint Mania Have fun with paint! Mix colors, create textures, and explore different kinds of paint media such as watercolor, tempera, and more. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 5 to 7 7003

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M - F 01:00 pm - 03:30 pm 12/19 - 12/23 $155/$194

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

Bugs, Beasts, & Monsters Draw, paint, and sculpt all kinds of fantastic creatures, imaginary animals, wild beasts, and creepy crawlies! Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 5 to 7 7008

Tu - F 09:30 am - 12:00 pm 12/27 - 12/30 $145/$182

Bon Appetit! Get ready to make the most delicious looking art ever! From spaghetti to sushi, the recipes for this cuisine include pencil, paper, clay, paper mache, paint and glitter plus plenty of creativity and fun. How will you design and decorate your cake? Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 5 to 7 7009

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Tu - F 01:00 pm - 03:30 pm 12/27 - 12/30 $145/$182 201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Arctic Animals Use color and natural materials to explore the amazingly artful ways that arctic animals express themselves in their environment. Investigate, imagine, build and create with paper, paint, collage, clay, and mixed media. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 8 to 10 7004

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M - F 09:30 am - 12:00 pm 12/19 - 12/23 $155/$194

Small Prints Create your own signature cards and gifts for family and friends. Make unique printed and artful gifts using pen, paint, ink, shrink-dink, and exciting printmaking materials. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 8 to 10 7011

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M - F 01:00 pm - 03:30 pm 12/19 - 12/23 $155/$194

Comic Book Creations

Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 8 to 10

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Tu - F 09:30 am - 12:00 pm 12/27 - 12/30 $145/$182

Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 8 to 10

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Tu - F 01:00 pm - 03:30 pm 12/27 - 12/30 $145/$182

The Prolific Printmaker Explore and learn about different kinds of printmaking methods including block printing, monoprinting, etching, stencil printing, and more. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 9 to 13

M - F 09:30 am - 12:00 pm 12/19 - 12/23 $155/$194

Prepare to be inspired by the inventive work of Alexander Calder, one of the world’s most playfully brilliant artists of all time. Use wire, wood, paint, and lots of other materials to design and create kinetic works of art! Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts. Location: Community School of Music and Arts

M - F 01:00 pm - 03:30 pm

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Tu - F 09:30 am - 12:00 pm 12/27 - 12/30 $145/$182

Manga & Comic Books Learn Manga, the popular Japanese drawing style, to create exciting stories and characters! Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 9 to 13

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Tu - F 01:00 pm - 03:30 pm 12/27 - 12/30 $145/$182

Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 5 to 13

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6996

M - F 08:30 am - 09:30 am 12/19 - 12/23

$26/$33

6997

Tu - F 08:30 am - 09:30 am 12/27 - 12/30

$21/$27

Lunch Extended Care - Extended day supervision is available for students enrolled in CSMA camps. Students enrolled in both a morning and afternoon camp must register for Lunch Supervision. Bring a lunch. Nut-free only, please. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 5 to 13

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Kinetic Art

7007

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AM Extended Care - Extended day supervision is available for students enrolled in CSMA camps. Enroll in the Morning AM Extended Care session for drop-off at 8:30 am, prior to Morning Camp at 9:30 am. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff.

Learn drawing, painting, and sculpting techniques as you create artwork exploring Nordic folklore: giants, trolls, legends! Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff.

Ages 9 to 13

Ages 9 to 13

CSMA Extended Care

Northern Myths and Legends

7006

Location: Community School of Music and Arts

7013

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

7005

Get your head into thread, yarn, string, wire, natural and recycled mixed media to create 2D and 3D creatures, art cards, and sculptures. Knock your socks off with this creative and fun intro to fiber arts! Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff.

7012

Learn to use the medium of comic books to create characters and bring your stories to life! Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff.

7010

Art Threads

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6998

M - F 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm 12/19 - 12/23

$26/$33

6999

Tu - F 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm 12/27 - 12/30

$21/$27

PM Extended Care - Extended day supervision is available for students enrolled in CSMA camps. Enroll in the Afternoon Supervision session for supervision from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm, following Afternoon Camp. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 5 to 13

R/NR 12/19-12/23 $155/$194

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7000

M - F 03:30 pm - 05:30 pm 12/19 - 12/23

$52/$65

7001

Tu - F 03:30 pm - 05:30 pm 12/27 - 12/30

$42/$53

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Enrichment

Sports and Gymnastics

Pre-Engineering using LegoÂŽ

Skyhawks Holiday Basketball Camp

Let your imagination run wild with thousands of LegoÂŽ. Build engineer-designed projects such as boats, bridges, mazes, and motorized cars, and use special pieces to create your own unique design. Explore the endless creative possibilities of the Lego building system with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. Please bring a peanut-free snack each day. Instructor: Play-Well staff.

This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for the beginning to intermediate player. Four active days of passing, shooting, dribbling, and rebounding makes this one of our most popular camps for the holiday season. Out basketball staff will also focus on respect, teamwork and responsibility. All participants receive a Skyhawks t-shirt and player evaluation card. Instructor: Skyhawks staff.

Location: Community Center - Auditorium Ages 5 to 7

Location: Egan Junior High School Ages 6 to 12

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7046 M - Th 09:00 am - 03:00 pm 12/19 - 12/22 $219/$274

6979 M - Th 09:00am - 12:00 pm 12/19 - 12/22 $148/$185

Mad Science Winter Wonderlab Step into the Mad Science Winter Wonderlab and watch a snowman sublimate before your very eyes as we explore 3 states of matter! We will tinker with technology and learn the science behind some of our favorite toys. Learn about polymers and make your own Super Ball ornament! Junior scientists get charged up when experimenting with switches and batteries and build a string of holiday lights! Please bring a peanut-free snack and lunch each day. Instructor: Mad Science of the Bay Area staff. Location: Community Center - Room 2 Ages 6 to 12

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7120 M - Th 09:00 am - 03:00 pm 12/19 - 12/22 $268/$335

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201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Theater and Dance “Frozen� Dance Camp

PYT Winter Camp

Let it Go! Children will learn dance styles like Ballet, Jazz, Creative Dance, and Tumbling all while dancing to their favorite Frozen music. On their fantasy adventure, we will celebrate Coronation Day and have a Crowning Ceremony, have a sing-a-long dance party, play Frozen games, and create Frozen inspired crafts. Instructor: Dance Force staff.

Peninsula Youth Theatre has just the way to shake up the vacation blues. Spend your break acting, creating skits and playing theater games as well as creating props and costumes. Culminating in a demonstration for parents and friends, this camp is sure to spice up your break! Please bring a lunch and drink each day. Instructor: Peninsula Youth Theatre staff. NO CAMP 12/26.

Location: Community Center - Room 3

Location: Peninsula Youth Theatre

Ages 4 to 10

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6964 M - Th 09:00 am - 12:00 pm 12/19 - 12/22 $175/$219

Ages 8 to 12 6982

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M - F 08:30 am - 03:30 pm 12/19 - 12/30 $258/$323

Ultimate Holiday Dance & Craft Camp Learn a variety of dance styles like Hip Hop, Jazz, Tumbling, Creative Movement, and more! We will have fun holiday themes throughout the week, make arts and craft projects and gifts to take home. We will have a holiday sing-a-long and even an in-class talent show. Students will perform in class on the last day. Instructor: Dance Force staff. Location: Community Center - Room 3 Ages 4 to 10

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6965 M - Th 12:00 pm - 03:00 pm 12/19 - 12/22 $175/$219

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Holiday Activities

“I just like to smile, smiling’s my favorite.” - Buddy the Elf

Turkey Time Gobble, Gobble! While mom or dad take some time to shop for the turkey, kids will be busy making Thanksgiving decorations. Instructor: Recreation staff. Location: Community Center - Preschool Ages 4 to 6 7070

Sa

R/NR 09:30 am - 12:30 pm

11/19

$39/$49

Winter Funshop Get in the holiday spirit with a winter-themed music class and interactive art program. Sing with jingle bells, prance like reindeer and create yuletide masterpieces for the mantel. Enjoy a 45-minute music class, 45-minute art class, and holiday snacks in the courtyard. Parent/caretaker participation required. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 2 to 5 6995

Sa

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

12/17

$37/$47

Little Elves Workshop Santa’s not the only one who’s busy this holiday season! While the grown ups are braving the hustle and bustle of the department stores, the little ones will be hard at work decorating gingerbread cookies, and hand crafting ornaments for their nearest and dearest. Instructor: Recreation staff. Location: Community Center - Preschool Room Ages 4 to 6 7069

Sa

R/NR 09:30 am - 12:30 pm

12/17

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$39/$49

Celebrate the season!

You and your family can enjoy a delicious catered breakfast with Santa! This fa-la-la-la fun-filled morning will include holiday-themed performances on the Sugar & Spice Stage, craft activities in the Holly Jolly Room, and very merry pictures with Santa and his elves. To top it all off with a sugar plum, Santa will also be reading holiday-themed stories in the Winter Wonderland Corner. All tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets will not be sold at the door.

December

Saturday, 10 • 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Senior Center Social Hall • 266 Escuela Avenue Activity Number 6945 • $15 13 years and younger (must be accompanied with registered adult) Activity Number 6944 • $20 For adults (must be accompanied with registered child) 201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Where History Meets Haunting Presents

Inventions and Imaginations

Trick or Treating at “R” House

Once again, the Rengstorff House is the center of some of the more frightening and alarming aspects of the 19th century. Come and experience the products, and by-products, of phantasmagorical scientific curiosity. “Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should.” The first tour starts, each evening, at 7:00 p.m. Tickets go on sale September 1, 2016. For more information on tickets, tour times or availability, visit

A Halloween celebration for all ages, visit the hauntingly decorated Rengstorff House and experience it in the notso-scary daytime. There will be crafts, Trick-or-Treating in the rooms, and a costume parade. Everyone, of all ages, is encouraged, but not required, to come in costume. A donation of $3.00 is requested.

October 21 • 22 • 28 • 29

Santa Visits

October 22 and 29, 2016 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m.

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Santa is ready to make his yearly visits to Mountain View residents on Saturday, December 17, Sunday, December 18, Tuesday, December 20, and Wednesday, December 21. Santa will spend 15 minutes in YOUR home visiting children and spreading holiday cheer! The cost for this program is $40, and all visits will be made between 5:00 pm and 9:00 pm. Santa will only have time to visit Mountain View residents. The individual who owns the home where the visit will take place must be the person to register. To allow Santa enough time to spend with everyone, parties must be limited to a maximum of eight children. No adult parties, please.

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05:00 pm - 09:00 pm

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05:00 pm - 09:00 pm

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Santa! o t r Write a Lette This holiday season, all children who are residents of Mountain View can put together their wish lists and letters and send them to Santa! In return, Santa will mail a letter back! Letters will be accepted until

Saturday, October 22 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

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Spooky Times at Deer Holloween Farm

Friday, December 9

Deer Hollow Farm at Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve

$7 per person • $5 with costume Children under 1 is free Deer Hollow Farm, in conjunction with the Friends of Deer Hollow Farm, invite you and your family to celebrate the spooky spirit of Halloween! Explore haunted barns, try your hand at children’s activities and crafts and meet the residents of the Farm — sheep, goats, chickens, rabbits, pigs, and cows! Enjoy the Halloween season and help support the Farm. All profits from this event will be used to provide care and feed for the livestock.

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Youth and Teen

“Play is the highest form of research.” -Albert Einstein

Arts and Crafts Painting & Drawing Techniques Discover methods and materials through creative and imaginative projects and step-by-step techniques. Learn to use charcoal, paint, watercolor, pastel, pen and more! Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. NO CLASS 11/24. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 5 to 7 6983

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Drawing Learn the basics of line, shadow, composition and color as you transform sketches into finished drawings. Fun, new projects introduce concepts and techniques using pencils, charcoal, markers, chalk, oil pastels, and more. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. NO CLASS 11/24. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 8 to 10 6984

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R/NR 04:00 pm - 05:30 pm 09/15 - 12/08 $248/$310

Activity Guide Tip: Review “Ready to Register” on Page 3 to start registering.

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Ceramics for Kids Create masterpieces in clay and learn various techniques for finishing your ceramic pieces! Learn slab, coil, pinch, and glazing methods. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. NO CLASS 11/24. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 8 to 10 6985

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R/NR 4:00 pm - 05:30 pm

09/15 - 12/08 $248/$310

Online Driver Education Getting ready to get your permit? Well, learn the rules of the road! This Online Driver Education Course is approved by the California Department of Motor Vehicles. Practice Tests, Reading, Flash Graphics, Videos, and Quizzes will prepare the student to pass the written DMV test. The course is easy to use; simply log into the Economic Driving School website, enroll, and you can begin immediately. For more information about the course and to register, please go to: http://www.economicdrivingschool.com/online When registering, make sure you complete the question that says, “How did you hear about us?” by choosing “Activity Guide” and enter Code 6331. Cost: $68.50

Enrichment Digital Creations Explore how professionals use digital media to create characters, scenes, and stories! Use the same tools and techniques as the pros to make digital drawings and paintings, and create storyboards of your own. No experience in digital art necessary, but basic computer skills are required. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 9 to 13 6987

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R/NR 12:45 pm - 02:15 pm 09/17 - 12/10 $248/$310

Intro to Design Thinking Students will use popular “design thinking” techniques while creating a variety of digital paintings. Explore digital painting techniques while problem-solving and collaborating to create original characters, objects, and environments. Learn to use Adobe Photoshop and Wacom tablets. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts. Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 10 to 14 6986

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05:00 pm - 07:00 pm 09/14 - 12/07 $294/$368

Watercolor Students will build on observational, composition, and painting skills. Students of all experience levels welcome! Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts.

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The fun never stops at our Mad Science Sloppy Science camp day! Perform instantaneous experiments in this fast-paced camp and take home fun science stuff! Discover amazing things that glow bright in the dark and come to light. Explore the states of matter and make your own MAD MUD that is both a liquid and a solid! Please bring a lunch and drink. Instructor: Mad Science of the Bay Area staff.

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R/NR 09:00 am - 03:00 pm

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Sports and Gymnastics 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 staff. NO CLASS 11/22, 11/23, 11/25. Location: Twisters Gymnastics Ages 1.5 to 3

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09:00 am - 09:45 am 09/27 - 12/06 $144/$180

6972

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09:45 am - 10:30 am 09/28 - 12/07 $144/$180

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09:00 am - 09:45 am 09/30 - 12/09 $144/$180

Mommy/Daddy and Me Soccer

Tot/Pre Soccer

You and your child will participate in our fun age appropriate activities, where your child will develop motor skills and socialization skills. The fun happens on the field and you won’t want to watch from the sidelines. Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer staff.

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

Location: Cuesta Park

Location: Rengstorff Park

Ages 2 to 3.5 7033

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05:30 pm - 06:00 pm 09/23 - 10/21

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05:10 pm - 05:40 pm 09/24 - 10/22

$70/$88

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05:45 pm - 06:15 pm 09/24 - 10/22

$70/$88

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 staff. NO CLASS 11/24. Location: Twisters Gymnastics

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R/NR 10:00 am - 10:45 am 09/29 - 12/08 $144/$180

Tot Soccer Teaches the basic techniques of the game and builds self-esteem through participation and fun soccer activities. Children learn to follow directions in a nurturing, age-appropriate environment. Shin guards are required after the first class. Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer staff.

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R/NR 04:00 pm - 04:30 pm 09/21 - 11/16 $112/$140

Location: Rengstorff Park Ages 3.5 to 4 7066

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R/NR 03:45 pm - 04:15 pm 09/24 - 11/19 $112/$140

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Teaches the basic techniques of the game and builds self-esteem through participation and fun soccer activities. Children learn to follow directions in a nurturing, age-appropriate environment. Shin guards are required after the first class. Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer staff. Location: Cuesta Park

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R/NR 05:15 pm - 05:50 pm 09/21 - 10/19

$70/$88

Location: Rengstorff Park Ages 4 to 5 7065

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R/NR 02:25 pm - 03:00 pm 09/24 - 11/19 $112/$140

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 staff. NO CLASS 11/25. Location: Twisters Gymnastics Ages 4 to 5 6975

Location: Cuesta Park Ages 3.5 to 4

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Ages 4 to 5

Jumping Giraffes

Ages 3 to 4

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Pre Soccer

Location: Rengstorff Park Ages 2 to 3.5

Ages 3.5 to 5

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R/NR 04:00 pm - 04:45 pm 09/30 - 12/09 $144/$180

Wait, what? You cancelled my activity?! Classes not meeting minimum registration levels will be cancelled. Participants will be notified approximately three 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. 201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Skyhawks Mini-Hawk 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. 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 staff. Location: Whisman Sports Center Ages 4 to 6 7047

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R/NR 11:30 am - 12:30 pm 10/01 - 11/19 $159/$199

Karate For Fitness

FREE Teen Open Gym on Saturday nights from 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. at the Whisman Sports Center (1500 Middlefield Road) adjacent to Crittenden Middle School. Bring your student ID and come ready for a pickup game or just to hang out!

Soccer 1: Techniques and Teamwork Beginning players learn dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, agespecific defense, etc. Small-sided soccer matches will be introduced gradually. Shin guards are required after the first class. Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer staff.

Karate is a modern martial art, characterized by its powerful stances & 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 self-confidence 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 & exciting program. Uniform fee of $45 required after first class. Instructor: Tiger Martial Arts staff. NO CLASS 11/25.

Location: Cuesta Park Ages 5 to 6 7050

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R/NR 04:30 pm - 05:15 pm 09/21 - 11/16 $112/$140

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Bouncing Bears

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03:30 pm - 04:00 pm 10/28 - 12/16 $98/$123

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 staff. NO CLASS 11/22.

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10:00 am - 10:30 am 10/29 - 12/17 $98/$123

Location: Twisters Gymnastics

Location: Tiger Martial Arts Ages 4 to 6

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Ages 7 to 13

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04:15 pm - 05:00 pm 10/28 - 12/16 $98/$123

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03:30 pm - 04:00 pm 10/31 - 12/12 $98/$123

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03:30 pm - 04:15 pm 11/02 - 12/14 $98/$123

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09:15 am - 10:00 am 10/29 - 12/17 $98/$123

Futsal Kingz 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! Instructor: Futsal Kingz staff. NO CLASS 11/27. Location: Mountain View Sports Pavilion Ages 5 to 6

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R/NR 03:30 pm - 04:15 pm 09/27 - 12/06 $144/$180

Junior Rock Climbing These introductory classes explore all of the climbing features of the gym including the bouldering walls, the high-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 staff. NO CLASS 11/23, 11/25. Location: Planet Granite Ages 5 to 13 6967 6968 6969 6970

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11:10 am - 12:10 pm 09/18 - 11/06 $124/$155

Beginner Girls Gymnastics

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11:10 am - 12:10 pm 11/13 - 12/18 $93/$117

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 staff. NO CLASS 11/22.

Ages 7 to 8

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10:10 am - 11:10 am 09/18 - 11/06 $124/$155

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10:10 am - 11:10 am 11/13 - 12/18 $93/$117

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09:10 am - 10:10 am 09/18 - 11/06 $124/$155

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09:10 am - 10:10 am 11/13 - 12/18 $93/$117

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Soccer 2: Skills and Scrimmages Kids will enjoy advanced skill building: dribbling, passing and shooting in a team play format. Each class will play games to build individual skills and small sided scrimmages to develop team skills and tactics. Shin guards are required after the first class. Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer staff. Location: Rengstorff Park Ages 7 to 10

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04:00 pm - 04:45 pm 09/23 - 11/18 $112/$140

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04:15 pm - 05:00 pm 09/24 - 11/19 $112/$140

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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 fee of $45 required after the first class. Instructor: Tiger Martial Arts staff. Location: Tiger Martial Arts Ages 7 to 13 7056

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R/NR 01:30 pm - 02:30 pm 10/29 - 12/17 $102/$128

Skyhawks Volleyball Beginner Boys 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 staff. NO CLASS 11/25. Location: Twisters Gymnastics Ages 6 to 12 6978

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R/NR 05:00 pm - 05:55 pm 09/30 - 12/09 $190/$238

Skyhawks Track & Field Skyhawks Track & Field combines technical development, fundamental techniques, and safety with a major focus on fun! Using special equipment, our staff teach the fundamentals of body positioning, stride, proper stretching, and cool-down techniques. Participants put it all together for one fun-filled day at the Skyhawks Track Meet! Instructor: Skyhawks staff. Location: Graham Athletic Sports Complex Ages 6 to 12 7048

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R/NR 03:30 pm - 05:00 pm 09/30 - 11/18 $179/$224

The fundamental skills of volleyball are taught through game-speed drills and daily scrimmages that focus on passing, setting, hitting, and serving. This co-ed program is designed for the beginning and intermediate player. Instructor: Skyhawks staff. Location: Whisman Sports Center Ages 8 to 14 7049

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R/NR 03:00 pm - 04:30 pm 10/01 - 11/19 $179/$224

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. Uniform fee of $25 required after first class. Instructor: Mountain View Tae Kwon Do staff. NO CLASS 11/24, 11/26. Location: Whisman Sports Center - Auxiliary Room Ages 9 to 17 7057

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R/NR 06:00 pm - 07:00 pm 09/27 - 12/15 $103/$129

Soccer 3: Match Play Come join Kidz Love Soccer for some intense soccer fun! Each week we will focus on the fun and fast-paced action of non-competitive match play. Everyone plays and everyone wins! Shin guards are required after the first class. Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer staff.

Skyhawks Basketball

Location: Rengstorff Park

Skyhawks Basketball coaches focus on the development of fundamental skills through a variety of fun, creative drill, exerises 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. Instructor: Skyhawks staff.

Ages 10 to 12 7067

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R/NR 05:30 pm - 06:30 pm 09/23 - 10/21

$70/$88

Location: Whisman Sports Center Ages 6 to 12 7042

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R/NR 01:00 pm - 02:30 pm 10/01 - 11/19 $179/$224

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Theater and Dance Dancing Together 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. Instructor: Dance Force staff. NO CLASS 11/26. Location: Community Center - Room 3 Ages 1.5 to 3

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09:30 am - 10:00 am 09/27 - 11/29 $103/$129

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09:15 am - 09:45 am 10/01 - 12/10 $103/$129

Tiny Tots Ballet 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 staff. NO CLASS 11/24. Location: Community Center - Room 3 Ages 2 to 3

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10:05 am - 10:35 am 09/27 - 11/29 $103/$129

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05:25 pm - 05:55 pm 09/29 - 12/08 $103/$129

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 staff. NO CLASS 11/24, 11/26. Location: Community Center - Room 3

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. Instructor: Dance Force staff. NO CLASS 11/24. Location: Community Center - Room 3 Ages 3 to 5 7117

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R/NR 03:45 pm - 04:30 pm 09/29 - 12/08 $119/$149

Ages 6 to 10 6955

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R/NR 06:00 pm - 07:00 pm 09/29 - 12/08 $137/$172

Tumble & Dance

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10:45 am - 11:30 am 09/27 - 11/29 $119/$149

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04:35 pm - 05:20 pm 09/29 - 12/08 $119/$149

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 staff. NO CLASS 11/26.

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09:50am - 10:35 am 10/01 - 12/10 $119/$149

Location: Community Center - Room 3

Ages 3 to 5 6956

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Ages 3 to 6 6963

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R/NR 11:30 am - 12:15 pm 10/01 - 12/10 $119/$149

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Ohlone Day at Deer Hollow Farm Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve Saturday, October 1 • 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m.

Location: Community Center - Room 3

Light rain or shine Take this once-in-a-year opportunity to explore Deer Hollow Farm’s replica Ohlone Village! Learn about the Bay Area’s first people, try your hand at acorn grinding, shell drilling and traditional Ohlone games. Visitors will enjoy multiple hands-on activities and demonstrations, like archery and fire starting. This Living History Festival is fantastic for elementary students studying California’s indigenous people, Boy and Girl Scout troops working to earn merit badges, families seeking fun, educational outings, and ALL who enjoy the outdoors, nature, and Native American culture.

$7 entrance fee with kids under 1 free For a map and more information (650) 903-6430

www.mountainview.gov/deerhollowfarm

Ages 4 to 7 6952

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R/NR 10:40 am - 11:25 am 10/01 - 12/10 $119/$149

Zumba Kids Zumba Kids classes are high-energy fitness parties packed with specialty choreographed routines to different genres of music such as cumbia, hip-hop, reggatone, and more. Kids will have the opportunity to participate in individual and group settings to increase self-confidence, boost metabolism, and have fun. Parents will be invited on the last day to see what their child has learned. Instructor: Alicia Gnam. Location: Community Center - Room 3

Friends of Deer Hollow Farm is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that supports the Farm’s environmental education program for the benefit of schools and the community by raising funds through donations, grants, and public events. All profits from this event will be used to provide care and feed for the Farm’s livestock.

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Students will learn ballet techniques, terminology, center floor work, arm positions, practice leaps, and more! Students will also showcase what they have learned on the last day of class. Instructor: Dance Force. NO CLASS 11/26.

Ages 7 to 11 6950

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R/NR 04:00 pm - 04:45 pm 09/27 - 12/13

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The View Teen Center

“All our dreams can come true – if we have the courage to pursue them.” – Walt Disney Photography by Gary Sexton Photography

LET’S STAY IN TOUCH! www.mountainview.gov/theviewteencenter

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Monday to Thursday • 3:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Friday • 3:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturday • 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

GAME ROOM

Holiday Hours Wednesday, November 23 • 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m.

Winter Break December 16 to December 23 Monday to Saturday • 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. Closed September 5 November 11 • 24 • 25 December 24 to January 2 January 16

OTHER SPECIAL EVENTS

High School ONLY FESTIVALS! The View Teen Center transforms into a High School Only Festival! Open to all Mountain View and Los Altos Middle School students and residents. Winter Festival Friday, November 18, 2016 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. MV-ELLA SPRING Festival Friday, March 24, 2017 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION

Apply for The View membership by stopping by The View. Activities are scheduled each day. Pick up a newsletter at your next visit.

DROP-IN ACTIVITIES Xbox One • PS4 • Air Hockey • Pool Table • 3 Flat Screen TVs • Wii • 12 Computers • Wi-Fi • Ping Pong • Foosball • Movies • Cable • Game Room • Lounge • Kitchen • Patio • Grass field • and more!

FREE CLASSES Tutoring

Monday through Thursday 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Adult and peer tutoring.

Fitness

Yoga every 1st and 3rd Wednesday 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Instruction by Dorothy Corrigan

Cooking

Every Thursday September 22 to November 10 4:45 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. Junior Chef Stars cooking and baking classes.

Technology

12 WiFi-enabled computers and printer available during operational hours.

Thanksgiving Feast Monday, November 21 4:00 p.m. Come celebrate The View’s 2nd Annual Thanksgiving Feast with turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, pumpkin pie and more! www.mountainview.gov/register

Apply for The View membership by stopping by The View. Activities are scheduled each day. Pick up a newsletter at your next visit or visit our website. (650) 903-6331

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Events MOUNTAIN VIEW CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS

TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

The Life of the Party Lamplighter’s Annual Gala

A Celebration of the Songs of Andrew Lippa

August 24 - September 18

OCTOBER TheatreWorks Silicon Valley

The Healing Power of Stillness

Inspirational talk by Lari Snorek-Yates

Outside Mullingar

Discover a stillness that brings rest and healing to our everyday lives – even during elections. October 16

Family feuds and rustic fences have kept two eccentric, lovelorn neighbors apart since childhood, but in this passionate, compassionate Broadway hit it’s never too late to take a chance on love. October 5 - 30

Upstage Theater Group

A Wry Romantic Comedy

Access Fund

Reel Rock 11 PYT’s A Christmas Carol

First Chuch of Christ, Scientist

REEL ROCK features exclusive premieres of short films by co-founders Sender Films and Big UP Productions. October 10

Punk Rock

A British coming of age story. From grades, to fights, to love, the vulnerabilities of the students at the heat of the play are left on display. October 28 - 30

        

Peninsula Youth Theatre

Riding Freedom

Stories on Stage: A world premiere based on the book by Pam Munoz-Ryan about the first woman to cast a vote in California. October 14-15

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PYT’s The Wizard of Oz


NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

Peninsula Youth Theatre

A Christmas Carol Stories on Stage

Peninsula Youth Theatre

CityLight Church

Royal Princess Academy

Night of Worship

Stories on Stage November 4 - 5

Theatre Flamenco

50th Anniversary Home Season November 4

Lamplighters Music Theatre

Annual Champaigne Gala & Auction November 6

Peninsula Youth Theatre

The Wizard of Oz November 12 - 20

San Jose Ballet Association

The Nutcracker Ballet November 25 - 27

December 2

December 9 - 10

Bayer Ballet Company

Pre-Ballet Showcase Western Ballet

The Nutcracker December 2 - 4

December 12

Bayer Ballet Company

Snow Queen ResplenDANCE Collaborative Arts

Sugar and Spice December 3

December 16 - 17

Schola Cantorum

Holiday Concert Smuin Ballet

The Christmas Ballet December 7 - 11

December 18

Schola Cantorum

50th Annual Messiah Sing Along December 19 Western Ballet’s The Nutcracker

Kerry Irish Productions, Inc.

An Irish Christmas December 21

Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir, Inc.

Follow us on Facebook at: MountainView.gov/MVCPAfb

9th Annual South Bay Holiday Gospel Concert December 23

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Aquatics Classes

“Chlorine is my perfume.” – Unknown Author

Lifeguard Training

Aqua-cise

This course is specifically designed to prepare students for eligibility to apply for Lifeguard employment. Upon successful completion of this course, students will receive the following certifications: CPR for the Professional Rescuer, AED, First Aid training and Lifeguard Training certification. Participants must be 15 years old by the last date of the class and able to swim 500 yards continuously, tread water for two minutes and retrieve a 10-pound brick from the bottom of the pool. ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY AT ALL CLASSES. Bring a swimsuit and a towel to every class. Fee includes books and certifications. Instructor: Aquatics staff.

Join the Aqua-cise community in a medium-paced low-impact water aerobic conditioning class designed to improve cardiovascular fitness, as well as, tone muscles and increase flexibility. No swimming skills necessary. Instructor: Irma Stalder. NO CLASS 11/11, 11/25.

Location: Rengstorff Park Pool

Drop In Water Exercise

Ages 15+ 7088

R/NR

SaSu 08:30 am - 04:30 pm 12/10 - 12/18 $236/$295

LOS ALTOS - MOUNTAIN VIEW AQUATIC CLUB

Location: Eagle Park Pool Ages 18+ 7084 MWF 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm 10/03 - 10/31

R/NR

SR/SNR

$78/$98

$39/$52

7085 MWF 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm 11/02 - 12/21 $120/$150 $60/$80

Eagle Pool is open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for a self led water exercise program. Exercise at your pace alongside others and have access to the water exercise equipment at Eagle Pool. We are currently seeking an instructor for this class, therefore price and specific time of class may change. Registration is for the class session (month) and is required to participate in the program. NO CLASS 9/5, 11/11, 11/25. Location: Eagle Park Pool Ages 18+

Los Altos and Mountain View Aquatic Club (LAMVAC) is a year-round amateur competitive swim team for swimmers age 5 and above and sanctioned by United States Swimming, Inc. The range of competition is from local to Olympic and International levels. The team is coached by experienced coaches certified by American Swimming Coaches Association. Practice sessions are held at Eagle Park Pool and Rengstorff Park Pool for short course (25 yard/ meter practice facilities) and at Foothill College for Long Course (50 meter pool). For more information please visit the team website at www.lamvac.org or call (408) 732-3432.

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R/NR

SR/SNR

6638 MWF 08:00 am - 09:00 am 09/02 - 09/30

$36/$45

$18/$24

7086 MWF 08:00 am - 09:00 am 10/03 - 10/31

$39/$49

$20/$26

7087 MWF 08:00 am - 09:00 am 11/02 - 12/21

$60/$75

$30/$40

Host your next party at one of our pools! Go to Page 5 for rental information.

201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Eagle Park Pool 650 Franklin Street September 6 through December 31 Closed December 25 and January 1

Monday through Friday 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon Lap swimming is a great opportunity available for adults and teens aged 15* and up to increase their health and wellness. Schedule is subject to change due to holidays and routine pool maintenance. Please visit www.mountainview.gov/aquatics for schedule updates. • Mountain View residents must provide proof of residency.

Mountain View Masters Mountain View Masters (MVM) is a swim program providing yearround coached workouts, clinics, competitions and fun social events for adults. MVM is a member of United States Masters Swimming.

Fees 25 Swim Pass Resident • $90 Non-resident • $113 Senior Resident • $31 Senior Non-resident • $39 Day Pass Resident • $5 Non-resident • $6

We welcome swimmers of all abilities and with various training goals (fitness, triathlon, competitive, noncompetitive) 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.

• 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.

Lap Swim Passes can be purchased online at http://apm.activecommunities.com/mountainviewrecreation or at the following locations: Eagle Park Pool 650 Franklin Street (650) 903-6413 Passes sold during business hours only. www.mountainview.gov/register

Community Center 201 South Rengstorff Avenue (650) 903-6331 Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (650) 903-6331

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Adults and Seniors

“Try to learn something about everything and everything about something.” - Thomas Huxley

Arts and Crafts Dream Boxes

Intro to Ceramics Techniques

Use your collection of treasures and ephemera to create magical dream boxes. All kinds of boxes will be your basic structure: cigar, jewelry, shoe boxes, and Altoid tins. A variety of techniques will assist you to create your personal story: image transfer, metal cold connection, antique finishes, stenciling, collage with paper and fabric. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff.

Learn the skills of wheelthrowing and explore handbuilding with slab, coil, and pinch techniques. Use simple glazing methods to create decorative and utilitarian clay pieces! Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. NO CLASS 11/24.

Location: Community School of Music and Arts

Ages 18+

Ages 18+

R/NR

6990

Tu

01:00pm - 03:00 pm 09/13 - 10/18 $150/$188

7118

Tu

01:00pm - 03:00 pm 10/25 - 11/29 $150/$188

Location: Community School of Music and Arts R/NR

6992

Th

10:00 am - 12:00 pm 09/15 - 10/20 $150/$188

7119

Th

10:00 am - 12:00 pm 10/27 - 12/08 $150/$188

Painting

Students will build on observational, composition, and painting skills. Students of all experience levels welcome! Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts.

Great class for beginners to learn basics or for more advanced students to develop skills further. Paint from photographs, still life observation, and artist reproductions as you study composition, observation of light, color mixing, and applying paint. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. NO CLASS 11/24.

Location: Community School of Music and Arts

Location: Community School of Music and Arts

Watercolor

Ages 13+ 6991

R/NR Tu

6:30 pm - 09:00 pm

09/13 - 11/29 $325/$407

Ages 18+ 6993

R/NR Th

06:00 pm - 09:00 pm 09/15 - 12/08 $387/$484

Activity Guide Tip: Review “Ready to Register” on Page 3 to start registering.

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Drawing from Observation

Pilates for Moms-to-be

Students learn to use light and shadow, render figures with realistic proportions, and create balanced compositions. Focus is on working in black and white with pencil, as well as exploring color with watercolor, colored pencil, and pastels. Instructor: Community School of Music and Arts staff. NO CLASS 11/25.

This class will help you to adjust to the changes that you go through during pregnancy and focus on what your blooming body needs the most while performing exercises that safely keep your body strong, flexible, energized and most importantly prepare you for an easy labor and quick recovery. You are welcome to bring your baby/toddler to the class! Prenatal moms must have doctor’s verbal consent to participate. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat. Instructor: Emilia Wysocka-Treder.

Location: Community School of Music and Arts Ages 18+ 6994

R/NR F

05:45 pm - 07:45 pm 09/16 - 12/16 $294/$368

Come join us for a gentle hatha yoga class in which we will practice basic yoga postures and breathwork, moving slowly and teaching you proper alignment and ways to modify postures to fit your flexibility and comfort levels. Please bring a yoga mat and a blanket to class and wear comfortable clothing. Instructor: Dorothy Corrigan.

09:15 am - 10:15 am 09/26 - 12/05 $120/$150

This class is for all moms who want to strengthen muscles weakened by pregnancy. During this course we will perform exercises that will help you to reduce back pain, improve your flexibility and get your prebaby body back! You are very welcome to bring your baby/toddler to the class! Postpartum moms (at least 6 to 8 weeks) must have doctor’s verbal consent to participate. Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a mat. Instructor: Emilia Wysocka-Treder. Location: Community Center - Room 3 Ages 18+

Location: Community Center - Room 3 R/NR Tu

R/NR M

Pilates for New Moms

Breathe First Yoga: Gentle Yoga

7014

Ages 18+ 7039

Dance and Fitness

Ages 18+

Location: Community Center - Room 3

12:30 pm - 01:30 pm 09/27 - 11/15 $85/$106

Breathe First Yoga: Stress-Busting Hatha Yoga Enjoy a little “me time” in this beginner to intermediate yoga class which incorporates calming breath-work, energizing Sun Salutations, active yoga postures (yes, we will sweat just a little), relaxing yoga postures and final meditation to help you find your inner calm. Please bring a yoga mat and a blanket to class and wear comfortable clothing. Instructor: Dorothy Corrigan.

7037

R/NR M

10:30 am - 11:30 am 09/26 - 12/05 $120/$150

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. Uniform fee of $25 is required after first class. Instructor: Mountain View Tae Kwon Do staff. NO CLASS 11/24, 12/6. Location: Whisman Sports Center - WSC Auxiliary Room Ages 18+

R/NR

Location: Community Center - Room 3

7058

Ages 18+

Parent (child must be registered)

7016

R/NR Th

12:30 pm - 01:45 pm 09/29 - 11/17 $85/$106

7059

TuTh TuTh

07:00 pm - 08:30 pm 09/27 - 12/15 $103/$129 R/NR

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm 09/27 - 12/15 $103/$129

Mat Pilates (Beginners)

Belly Dancing & Middle Eastern Dance

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 comfortable clothing and bring a mat. Instructor: Emilia Wysocka-Treder.

Location: Community Center - Room 3 Ages 18+

Location: Community Center - Room 3 Ages 18+

R/NR

7031

M

08:00 am - 09:00 am 09/26 - 12/05 $120/$150

7064

Tu

07:00 pm - 08:00 pm 09/27 - 12/06 $120/$150

Mat Pilates (Intermediate/Advanced) 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 comfortable clothing and bring a mat. Instructor: Emilia Wysocka-Treder. Location: Community Center - Room 3 Ages 18+

Are you ready to have fun and challenge yourself with a beautiful and fascinating Middle Eastern Dance and music? You will learn and develop body awareness, good posture, isolations and technique. Just bring your bare feet and comfortable clothes. Instructor: Marzieh Gachipour.

R/NR

6981

Tu

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm 10/04 - 12/20 $181/$227

Film, Tech, and Animation

Introduction to Video Production Get hands on experience you need to safely operate the cameras, teleprompter, audio, switcher, and character graphics. You will learn practical skills on how all the equipment works and functions during a production. You will also be required to work with your group to do a “program piece” rotating crew positions. This class is required for anyone who would like to crew on a show produced at KMVT. No experience necessary. Instructor: KMVT Community Television staff. Location: KMVT Community Television

7030

M

06:00 pm - 07:00 pm 09/26 - 12/05 $120/$150

Ages 18+

7063

W

06:30 pm - 07:30 pm 09/28 - 12/07 $120/$150

6966

www.mountainview.gov/register

R/NR

(650) 903-6331

R/NR W

06:30 pm - 09:30 pm 10/05 - 10/26 $103/$129 recreation@mountainview.gov 25


Mountain View Tennis has been providing exceptional recreation and competitive tennis programs and services in Mountain View since 2009. High quality programs for players of all ages and abilities will start soon. Join our team of professional coaches for some fun at your local park today!

For class descriptions, schedules, and to register, visit www.mountainviewtennis.net (650) 967-5955 • info@mountainviewtennis.net

Registration Opens Wednesday, July 20 •

Fall Session Classes begin Saturday, September 3 Two 7-week sessions Session 1 • September 3 to October 21 Session 2 • October 22 to December 9 Holiday Tennis Camp December 19 to 22 Full Day • 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. • $274/$284 Half Day • 9:00 a.m. 12:00 noon • $174/$184

ADULT PROGRAMS Mountain View Tennis offers a wide variety of Recreation tennis classes and programs for every level of play. Whether you are just learning tennis for the first time or training to compete on a USTA adult team, MVT offers dynamic classes and skilled instruction that is sure to improve your game.

BEGINNING TENNIS INTERMEDIATE TENNIS ADVANCED INTERMEDIATE TENNIS ADVANCED TENNIS INTERMEDIATE CARDIO TENNIS DOUBLES STRATEGY The minimum age for all adult classes is 16 years old.

Facilities

JUNIOR PROGRAMS

Cuesta Tennis Center* 685 Cuesta Drive 12 lighted courts, Pro-Shop Online court reservations available at www.mountainview.gotennissource.com

With years of coaching experience at all levels of the game, our Mountain View Tennis coaches are second to none. We offer a clear “Junior Development Pathway Program” designed to properly progress junior tennis players from one level to the next. With Fundamentals at the forefront of our program, our progressive teaching model and games-based approach (Play to Learn), is dynamic, exciting, and FUN!

* Classes offered in this park

Rengstorff Park* 201 S. Rengstorff Avenue 8 lighted courts, Open 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Cooper Park* 500 Chesley Avenue 4 courts, Open 8:00 a.m. to dusk Sylvan Park 550 Sylvan Avenue 4 courts, Open 6:00 a.m. to dusk Whisman Park* 310 Easy Street 4 courts, Open 6:00 a.m. to dusk Stevenson Park 750 San Pierre Way 3 courts, Open 6:00 a.m. to dusk 26 City of Mountain View | Recreation Division

In addition to our on-court teaching, MVT recognizes the importance of sports as a vehicle to teach invaluable life skills. Working with the Developmental Assets as a guide, MVT will strive to empower the youth in our community.

TODDLERS •

2.5 to 3.5 years old

MINI TENNIS •

4 to 6 years old

RALLYBALL 1 •

7 to 10 years old

RALLYBALL 2 •

8 to 11 years old

RALLYBALL CAMP •

7 to 15 years old

JUNIOR BEGINNING •

12 to 15 years old

JUNIOR INTERMEDIATE •

12 to 15 years old

201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


OFFERINGS Lounges to socialize in, play games, have a cup of coffee/tea or even read a book. Many participants enjoy the daily lunches that are prepared on site by Community Services Agency.

Mountain View Senior Center

The Mountain View Senior Center is an all-purpose facility that offers programs and services for adults 55 years of age and over. Come discover what the Senior Center has to offer!

CLASSES Computer classes Enrichment classes Arts and crafts AARP driving Dance classes Music classes Exercise and aerobic classes Language classes

• • • A monthly newsletter, “Primetime News”, lists all the fun programs that are planned at the Senior Center. This publication includes lunch menus, special events, workshops, social services, movie listings and more!

SPECIAL EVENTS Holiday Bazaar Holiday lunches Double Feature Week Avenidas Caregivers Conference South Bay Community Orchestra Concert Annual Holiday Gala!

SOCIAL SERVICES AARP tax services, notary service, hearing screenings, CSA referrals and information from case workers, blood pressure checks, Alzheimer’s screenings, legal assistance (SALA), VTA Clipper Card applications, Health/ Medical Insurance (HICAP) appointments, and the Brown Bag program by Second Harvest Food Bank.

To find out more information, or to view a copy of the Senior Center Class Guide, or to view the monthly Primetime Newsletter, visit www.mountainview.gov/seniors

Mountain View Senior Center 266 Escuela Avenue Mountain View, CA 94040

Senior Center Holiday Bazaar Saturday, November 19 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Mountain View Senior Center 266 Escuela Avenue Celebrate the holiday season by shopping for crafts handmade by senior citizens. Enjoy refreshments, live entertainment, a raffle, and more!

www.mountainview.gov/register

Hours Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. Thursday, Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (and by reservation) (650) 903-6330 senior.center@mountainview.gov www.mountainview.gov/seniors Follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/MountainViewSeniorCenter

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3070 N. Shoreline Boulevard • Mountain View, California, 94043 (650) 903-6392

Get Involved! Shoreline at Mountain View is looking for Trail Ambassador and Rengstorff House volunteers! Interested in getting outdoors and giving back to your community? Have an interest in early Mountain View history as well as appreciation for interacting with people of all ages and backgrounds? Shoreline has several volunteer opportunities that have flexible hours to fit your schedule. For information, contact (650) 903-6183 or shoreline.volunteer@mountainview.gov. For information of Friends of “R” House membership, events, and/or activities, visit www.r-house.org or call (650) 868-7708. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION www.mountainview.gov/shoreline RENGSTORFF HOUSE TOURS & RENTALS www.mountainview.gov/rengstorffhouse

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horeline at Mountain View is a 750-acre wildlife and recreation area on the City’s northern edge. Bounded by development on all sides, its miles of walking, running, and biking trails; open meadows and scenic wetlands; and multiple recreational amenities provide local residents a respite from busy schedules. Visitors have access to walking or biking on the Bay Trail, hiking on Vista Slope, or Crittenden Hill; boating and kayaking on Shoreline Lake; may dine at Lakeside Café or Michaels; or golfing at Shoreline Golf Links, all within Shoreline’s boundaries. Shoreline provides a unique opportunity to experience the historic Rengstorff House, one of the finest examples of Victorian Italianate architecture on the West Coast. Open Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays for docent-led tours, the home also serves as a fine wedding and event venue on other days of the week. After over 30 years in existence, Shoreline at Mountain View is still known as the place where wildlife, recreation, and history meet. Come see for yourself today! Protect our birds and wildlife! No domesticated animals allowed.

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201 South Rengstorff Avenue, Mountain View, California, 94040


Annual Membership Options Option

Access

Monthly Payment Option

Annual Payment Option

One Time Initiation Fee

Gold

7 Days a week

Single: $213 Family: $320

Single: $2,550 Family: $3,840

$99

Silver

Weekdays (Monday to Thursday) anytime and Fridays/weekends/ holidays after Super Twilight

Single: $139 Family: $181

Single: $1,675 Family: $2,175

$99

Weekdays (Monday to Thursday) anytime and Fridays/weekends/ holidays after Super Twilight

Single: $107 Family: $155

Single: $1,285 Family: $1,860

$59

Twilight Membership

7 Days a week up to one hour prior to posted twilight times

Single: $84 Family: $139

Single: $1,015 Family: $1,675

$59

Junior

Monday to Thursday anytime and Fridays/weekends/holidays after Super Twilight

Single Only: $31

Single Only: $380

$59

Senior

Member Clubs

Golf Instructions

ADULT GOLF CLASSES (18+ years old)

Join a golf club and enjoy weekly competitions, camaraderie, guaranteed tee times and membership in regional golf associations: • Shoreline Golf Club – Weekends (www.shorelinegc.ghinclub.com) • Shoreline Senior Club – Monday and Wednesday (www.shorelineseniorsgolfclub.org) • Shoreline Women’s Club – Tuesday (www.shorelinewomensgolfclub.com)

The Adult Golf classes are structured with a goal in mind: playing better golf. From zero to moderate experience, the fundamentals taught will help you PLAY BETTER. Each class is four 1-hour sessions. Minimum of 3 students. Make up classes are available. Clubs and range balls are included. Go to www.shorelinelinks.com/golf_instruction/ for class dates, times, and pricing. Contact Roy Day, PGA at (650) 452-3057 or roydaypga@comcast.net.

Corporate Teambuilding/ Introduction Golf

Frequent Player Programs

With our excellent practice facilities (range, putting greens, short game area), we can create a 2-4 hour custom introductory group lesson for your Corporate team. We also have a private conference room overlooking the golf course available for rent, and can provide food/beverage services through Michaels at Shoreline Restaurant and Café. Contact teambuilding@shorelinelinks.com for more information.

Program benefits include: • No Green Fees, $14 per person cart rental • Advanced Tee Time Privileges (10 day advance bookings) • Frequent Player Tournaments For more information/application, go to www.shorelinelinks.com/request_membership/

Drop-in Clinics, State-of-the-Art Golf Technology

Online Community Shoreline Golf Links has a very active online community with our eClub, Facebook, Twitter, texting, and a mobile application for the golf course. Join our eClub and enjoy online specials, a free birthday round of golf, weekly news/updates, and other exclusive specials. Go to www.shorelinelinks.com/new_account/ or visit/contact:

“Shoreline Bill” offers “Drop-In” classes that are an economical way to try Bill’s teaching methods and learn more about his offerings. Bill also offers the KVest swing analysis tool that uses wireless sensors to watch your swing in 3D, as well as Video Swing Analysis (Bill can create your own eBook with your videotaped lessons in it). Go to www.shorelinebill.com to learn more about clinics, schedules, and pricing.

( Shoreline Golf Links

@shorelinelinks

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Cómo inscribirse

Registro en línea Visita www.mountainview.gov/register Haga clic en “Register Online” en la sección “How to Register.” Iniciar sesión o Crear una cuenta.

Correo City of Mountain View Recreation Class Registration P.O. Box 7540 Mountain View, CA 94039-7540

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.

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

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!

Haga el cheque a nombre de City of Mountain View No envíe dinero en efectivo.

Fax (650) 962-1069 Solamente pago de la tarjeta de crédito. Visítenos en el Centro Comunitario Community Center 201 South Rengstorff Avenue Mountain View, CA 94040 Monday to Friday • 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Formas de pago Cash • Check payable to 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.

30 Ciudad de Mountain View | División de Recreación

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 ___/___/___

SexoM

F

Domicilio Ciudad

Código Postal

Correo Electrónico

Teléfono Primario (___)

Teléfono Secundario (___)

Celular (___)

Portador del teléfono celular (si desea recibir alertas de texto importantes - se aplican las tarifas estándar)

Nombre de Contacto de Emergencia

Relación con el Participante

Numero Primario de Emergencia (___)

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

$

M

F

$

M

F

$

M

F

$

M

F

$

M

F

# Clase Alternativa

$ 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 envié efectivo) Tarjeta de Crédito # ___ ___ ___ ___ - ___ ___ ___ ___ -___ ___ ___ ___ -___ ___ ___ ___ Fecha de Vencimiento ___/___ CVV # Nombre como aparece en la tarjeta

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. 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 Fall (Rev. 08-10-15)

Fecha

 Padre  Guardián Legal  Participante # de Empleado de la Ciudad/Depto.:


Class Registration Form

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

Parent/Legal Guardian Contact Information Last Name

First Name

Birthdate ___/___/___ Genderǣ  M

F

Street Address Zip Code

City

E-mail Address

Secondary Phone (_̸__)

Primary Phone (__̸_)

Cell Phone (̸___)

Cell Phone Carrier (if you wish to receive important text alerts – standard carrier rates apply)

Emergency Contact Name

Relationship to Participant

Emergency Primary Phone (_̸__)

Emergency Secondary Phone (_̸__)

Class Registration Participant Name (First and Last)

Birthdate

Gender

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

Class #

Class Name

Fee

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F

$

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F

$

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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 ___/___ CVV #:

Name as it appears on Credit Card

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. 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 Fall (Rev. 08-1-15)

Date

Parent Legal Guardian Participant City Employee #/Dept.:


! t e g r o f t ’ n o D tod ay. r Reg iste

Developing each child through a play-based curriculum that provides a foundation for growth, learning, and social competencies.

All classes take place at the Mountain View Community Center Preschool Room.

Registration Requirements 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 for all NEW preschool registrants and a copy of the child’s current immunization card for ALL 2016-2017 registrants. Birth certificate and immunization card 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 Online registration available 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

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

DECEMBER

October 1

November 1 through 23

December 1 through 18

Ohlone Day

Friends of “R” House Exhibit – Children’s Art of Gratitude

Friends of “R” House Holiday Pajama and Toy Drive

During Tour Hours at Rengstorff House

During Tour Hours at Rengstorff House

12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m. Deer Hollow Farm See Page 17 for more information.

September 2 Concert on the Plaza 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Civic Center Plaza Visit www.mountainview.gov/plazaevents

October 7

November 17

Elevate Middle School Mixer

Friends of “R” House Opening reception for Children’s Art of Gratitude exhibit

7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The View Teen Center See Page 18 for more information.

October 21 • 22 • 28 • 29 Friends of “R” House History Meets Haunting Presents Inventions and Imaginations 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Rengstorff House See Page 11 for more information.

5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Rengstorff House

December 2 Friends of “R” House Holiday Open House 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Rengstorff House

November 18

December 5

High School Winter Festival

Community Tree Lighting Celebration

7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. The View Teen Center

5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Civic Center Plaza

See Page 19 for more information.

See Page 9 for more information.

October 22

November 19

December 10 • 11

Spooky Times at Deer Holloween Farm

Holiday Bazaar

10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Deer Hollow Farm

9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Senior Center

Friends of “R” House Photos with Victorian Santa

See Page 11 for more information.

See Page 27 for more information.

October 22 • 29 Friends of “R” House Trick or Treating in the Rengstorff House 12:00 noon to 4:00 p.m. Rengstorff House See Page 11 for more information.

October 28 Monster Bash 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Rengstorff Park See Page 8 for more information.

12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Rengstorff House

November 21

December 10

Thanksgiving Feast

Breakfast with Santa

4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. The View Teen Center

8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Senior Center

See Page 19 for more information.

See Page 10 for more information.

City of Mountain View 2016 Fall Activity Guide  
City of Mountain View 2016 Fall Activity Guide  

The 2016 Fall Activity Guide covers programs taking place September through December 2016, including Winter Break camps.