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GUIDE FALL 2011 // September • October • November

Don’t miss the City’s 25th Anniversary Celebration, “Encinitas 25 - Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” on Sat, Oct 1 from 12-4pm at the San Dieguito Heritage Museum. Visit EncinitasParksAndRec.com for more info.

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Your Recreation Division Includes: • Community Center Facility Rentals & Operations • Parks & Recreation Commission • Recreation Programs • Senior Center Operations • Senior Citizen Commission • Senior Nutrition Lunch Program • Special Events (City-Wide) • Sports Field Reservations • Youth Commission

Recreation Program Locations Encinitas Community & Senior Center 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive, Encinitas, CA 92024 Glen Park Scout House 2149 Orinda Drive, Cardiff, CA 92007 Moonlight Beach 400 B Street, Encinitas, CA 92024 Encinitas Ranch Golf Course 1275 Quail Gardens Drive, Encinitas, CA 92024 Paul Ecke Sports Park 278 Saxony Road, Encinitas, CA 92024 Cardiff Sports Park 1661 Lake Drive, Encinitas, CA 92007 Leo Mullen Sports Park 951 Via Cantebria, Encinitas, CA 92024

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GUIDe faLL 2011 // September • october • November

On the cover Don’t miss the City’s 25th Anniversary Celebration, “Encinitas 25 Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” on Sat, Oct 1 from 12-4pm at the San Dieguito Heritage Museum.

Don’t miss the City’s 25th anniversary Celebration, “encinitas 25 - Yesterday, today and tomorrow” on Sat, oct 1 from 12-4pm at the San Dieguito Heritage Museum. Visit encinitasParksandrec.com for more info.

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Senior Center Programs • Youth activities • Sports Programs Special events • Community Center Programs • teen activities

Visit EncinitasParksAndRec.com for more info.

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Encinitas Community & Senior Center Community Center (760) 943-2260 Senior Center (760) 943-2250 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive Encinitas, CA 92024 Fax: (760) 943-2262 (Community Center Fax) (760) 943-2252 (Senior Center Fax) Community Center Facility Rental Information (760) 943-2279 Community Center Operations Derrick Monroe (760) 943-2259 dmonroe@CityofEncinitas.org Community Center Programs Ken Rundle (760) 943-2261 krundle@CityofEncinitas.org Community Center Sports / Sports Camps Jordan Heller (760) 943-2269 jheller@CityofEncinitas.org Senior Center Programs / Operations Christie Goodsell (760) 943-2251 cgoodsel@CityofEncinitas.org Senior Center Programs Nancy Roherty (760) 943-2253 nroherty@CityofEncinitas.org Parks and Recreation Department — City Hall (760) 633-2740 505 S. Vulcan Avenue Encinitas, CA 92024 Fax: (760) 633-2626 Park Information (760) 633-2740 Youth Camps and Trips / Family Enrichment Caroline Moreno (760) 633-2759 cmoreno@CityofEncinitas.org Special Events / Marketing / Jr. Lifeguards / Beach Kids Nick Buck (760) 633-2760 nbuck@CityofEncinitas.org Athletic Field Use / Adult Field Sports / Field Reservation Information Brian Thill (760) 633-2756 bthill@CityofEncinitas.org Teen Programs / Events / Golf / Trips / Surf Programs Vicki Rubenstein (760) 633-2758 vrubenstein@CityofEncinitas.org Recreation Superintendent Teri Fazzio (760) 633-2754 tfazzio@CityofEncinitas.org Athletic Field Condition Line (760) 633-2761


Tiny Tot Dance & Movement Kids Act Going on Stage!

Twinkle Stars Ballet / Tap Combo Class Dancers will develop coordination, grace and flexibility as we learn the fundamentals of ballet and tap. Creative improvisation with streamers, bean bags, and pantomime add to the fun as we explore rhythms from around the world! Our session concludes with a dressup dance party! Age: 3 - 6yrs.; W; 3:45 - 4:30 PM; $82.50(R)/$92.50(NR) Sep 7-Oct 12; Course #16747 Oct 26-Nov 30; Course #16751 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Sylvia Tillman

Magical Movement Tiny Tot Ballet This creative dance class incorporates ballet basics, yoga animal stretches, creative improvisation, and dance game! Body recognition, coordination, balance and rhythm develop as kids enjoy music from around the world! Our session concludes with a dress-up dance party. Age: 2 - 4yrs.; W; 9:30 - 10:15 AM; $82.50(R)/$92.50(NR) Sep 7-Oct 12; Course #16748 Oct 26-Nov 30; Course #16752 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Sylvia Tillman

Kids Act! Stories in Performance! Imagine! Create! Perform! Whether your child is meant to be on stage or needs a little more confidence speaking in front of their classmates, Kids Act can help to motivate, inspire and enrich your child. Students help to adapt a children’s story for performance on the last day of class. Age: 4 - 6yrs.; Th; 4:00 - 4:45 PM; $84.50(R)/$94.50(NR) Sep 8-Oct 13; Course #16750 Oct 27-Dec 8; Course #16793 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Aleta Barthell

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Experienced instructor Anna Chappell teaches children the art of dance and the joy of self expression through music. Age: 3 - 5yrs.; Tu; 3:30 - 4:30 PM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR) Sep 13-Oct 18; Course #16962 Nov 1-Dec 6; Course #16963 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Anna Chappell

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Put your children’s imagination into action in Kids Act, where they create their own characters and plays. In the end, at a professional theatre, students will perform their original plays along with a short piece of Shakespearean verse in front of scenery they have created for family and friends. Age: 4 - 6yrs.; W; 4:00 - 4:45 PM; $156.50(R)/$166.50(NR) Sep 14-Nov 9; Course #16746 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Aleta Barthell

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Jazz / Tap Experienced instructor Anna Chappell teaches children the art of dance and the joy of self expression through music. Age: 3 - 5yrs.; Tu; 2:30 - 3:30 PM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR) Sep 13-Oct 18; Course #16964 Nov 1-Dec 6; Course #16965 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Anna Chappell

Tiny Tot Fitness Parent / Tot Gymnastics We inspire children to explore and learn basic gymnastics and motor skills for all the gymnastic events including vault, balance beam, tumbling, bars and trampoline. This class challenges the little ones as well as offers an organized playtime for the parent and child. Interaction with the teacher and other students is encouraged. Parent participation required. Age: 18 - 42mo.; Th; 10:00 - 10:40 AM; $92.50(R)/$102.50(NR) Sep 15-Oct 20; Course #16732 Nov 3-Dec 15; Course #16740 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Roberta Ash Doherty

Mini Gym Our introductory class is geared toward young children to enhance large motor skills by safely exploring gym equipment. This is a transitional class where students are encouraged to work independently from parents, using their listening skills to take direction. All gym equipment is modified to fit little growing bodies. Age: 3 - 6yrs.; Th; 10:45 - 11:25 AM; $92.50(R)/$102.50(NR) Sep 15-Oct 20; Course #16733 Nov 3-Dec 15; Course #16734 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Roberta Ash Doherty

Super Moverz Super Moverz is an action-packed, all-around sports program that helps improve Real-Life Powers like: throwing, catching, kicking, ball-hitting, reaction, confidence, agility, focus, & many more! Super Moverz takes a fresh approach to teaching early learners by inspiring imagination & full-participation. Experienced trainers provide high-energy music, dynamic games, & super-cool equipment. Age: 3 - 5yrs.; Tu; 9:00 - 10:00 AM; $88.50(R)/$98.50(NR) Sep 13-Oct 18; Course #16736 Nov 1-Dec 8; Course #16726 Location: Cottonwood Creek Park; Instructor: Super Moverz, LLC

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Playball 2’s CAN DO! Playball 2’s CAN DO is a specialized movement program focused on introducing your child to sport fundamentals and life skills in a positive, fun and non-competitive way. Skills such as throwing and catching will be introduced in an environment which enhances language, self concept, socialization and independence. Everyone is a winner in Playball! Age: 2yrs.; Tu; 9:00 - 9:30 AM; $68.50/$78.50 Sep 6-Oct 11; Course #16872 Oct 25-Nov 29; Course #16741 Location: Community Center Instructor: Maya Miller - North County Playball

Playball Sports Clinic Playball is a specialized sports program designed to teach your child sports fundamentals and life skills in a positive, fun and non-competitive way. Children will be introduced to basic skills used in soccer, baseball, basketball, and more! In addition to building a strong foundation in sports, your child will develop important life skills such as confidence, self esteem, cooperation, leadership and respect. Age: 3 - 4yrs.; Tu; 9:45 - 10:30 AM; $68.50(R)/$78.50(NR) Sep 6-Oct 11; Course #16742 Oct 25-Nov 29; Course #16874 Location: Community Center Instructor: Maya Miller - North County Playball

Mommy and Me Yoga Come explore Yoga together and have fun with your little one! Stretch, play, sing and enjoy fun yoga kids songs that blend movement, animal themes and adventures into learning yoga postures. Discover your toddler’s natural ability to do yoga as they interact with you! Great quality time with your toddler! Age: 30mo. - 5yrs.; M; 10:15 - 10:55 AM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR) Sep 12-Oct 24; Course #16731 Nov 7-Dec 19; Course #16940 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Nancy Holden

Tiny Tot Exploration Baby Sing, Sign and Playtime! Sing, Sign and Play with us through fun hands-on activities and songs. Parents and babies will learn and practice signs. All ages will benefit in your home with more effective communication. Lessons based on Joesph Garcia’s Sign With Your Baby program. Age: 6 - 18mo.; M; 11:00 - 11:45 AM; $67.50(R)/$77.50(NR) Sep 12-Oct 17; Course #16511 Oct 31-Dec 5; Course #16525 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Laura Greer

Many Friends Playtime! Your child will meet new friends, play and learn at his/ her own developmental level while developing peer socialization skills with children of different ages. Introductory preschool activities include open play, circle time, snack time and a variety of movement activities. Parent participation is required. Special rate for siblings: only $42.50. Age: 6mo. - 3yrs.; M; 9:30 - 10:30 AM; $67.50(R)/$77.50(NR) Sep 12-Oct 17; Course #16513 Oct 31-Dec 5; Course #16524 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Laura Greer

Toddler Time (Mommy & Me) A great opportunity to introduce your child to the classroom environment before beginning preschool in the coming years. The emphasis will be on peer socialization and, most importantly, fun... all with the comfort of Mom nearby. All activities will include circle time, snack time, arts & crafts and open play. Age: 24 - 39mo.; W; 10:30 - 11:45 AM; $81.50(R)/$91.50(NR) Sep 7-Oct 12; Course #16516 Oct 26-Nov 30; Course #16533 Age: 24 - 39mo.; F; 10:30 - 11:45 AM; $81.50(R)/$91.50(NR) Sep 9-Oct 14; Course #16512 Oct 28-Dec 16; Course #16534 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Catherine Hall

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Tiny Toddler Time (Mommy and Me) Children will engage in peer socialization and enjoy creative play experiences in an age appropriate educational setting. Activities will include circle time, snack time, arts & crafts and open play. Parent participation required. Age: 18 - 28mo.; W; 9:15 - 10:15 AM; $71.50(R)/$81.50(NR) Sep 7-Oct 12; Course #16515 Oct 26-Nov 30; Course #16532 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Catherine Hall

Music Together Come join other families in song, chant, movement and instrument play. We have drums, bells, triangles, shakers, scarves, sticks and more. Your child will love the opportunity to experiment with music. Materials will be available for purchase in class. Age: 6mo. - 4yrs.; Tu; 9:00 - 9:45 AM; $91.50(R)/$101.50(NR) Sep 6-Oct 18; Course #16517 Nov 1-Dec 13; Course #16514 Age: 6mo. - 4yrs.; Tu; 10:00 - 10:45 AM; $91.50(R)/$101.50(NR) Sep 6-Oct 18; Course #16518 Nov 1-Dec 13; Course #16526 Age: 6mo. - 4yrs.; Tu; 5:00 - 5:45 PM; $91.50(R)/$101.50(NR) Sep 6-Oct 18; Course #16519 Nov 1-Dec 13; Course #16527 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Tiffany Spencer

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Music with Spanish Come enjoy a fun, creative way to learn Spanish. Both children and adults will be engaged in this total immersion class through games, puppets, books and songs. Participants will receive a CD and copies of lyrics and their translations. Materials will be available for purchase in class. Age: 6mo. - 4yrs.; Tu; 11:00 - 11:45 AM; $91.50(R)/$101.50(NR) Sep 6-Oct 18; Course #16520 Nov 1-Dec 13; Course #16528 Age: 6mo. - 4yrs.; Tu; 4:00 - 4:45 PM; $91.50(R)/$101.50(NR) Sep 6-Oct 18; Course #16521 Nov 1-Dec 13; Course #16529 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Tiffany Spencer

Spanish 2: Crafts and Cooking Designed for the active language learner! Enjoy building vocabulary through hands-on projects: sewing, cooking, painting. Taught completely in Spanish. Children can ask for things in English, but the teacher only answers in Spanish using props, games, and songs to help children understand. Age: 4 - 7yrs.; Tu; 3:00 - 3:45 PM; $91.50(R)/$101.50(NR) Sep 6-Oct 18; Course #16522 Nov 1-Dec 13; Course #16531 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Tiffany Spencer

Big Kids Music Looking for music for the big kid? This class for 4-6 year olds will be full of song, dance and instrument play. Children will use both pitched and non-pitched percussion to actively participate in music-making. Concepts in rhythm and pitch will be introduced through musical games. Come with your child or let them try it on their own; either way this will be a great class for the music lover. Age: 4 - 6yrs.; Tu; 2:00 - 2:45 PM; $91.50(R)/$101.50(NR) Sep 6-Oct 18; Course #16523 Nov 1-Dec 13; Course #16530 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Tiffany Spencer

More Than Ready (Kindergarten Preparation Program) Using storytelling techniques, a professional children’s librarian teaches the kindergarten readiness skills necessary for your child’s smooth transition into school. This fresh alternative program inspires reading with fun, confidence-building activities, while reinforcing math, social, language, and fine motor skills. Age: 42mo. - 5yrs.; Tu, Th; 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM; $191.50(R)/$201.50(NR) Sep 6-Oct 13; Course #16753 Oct 25-Dec 8; Course #16754 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Veronica Taylor

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“Ms. Spencer is truly gifted at meeting student needs. She has developed curriculum with learning objectives geared towards the developmental needs of a particular age. She utilizes interactive pedagogy to engage students based on individual learning styles. Further, as an experienced practitioner, she will adjust her lesson plans as needed to ensure that content has successfully been learned. In this era of accountability, you should feel confident in knowing that Ms. Spencer is committed to educating her students.”


Youth/Teen Camps Yout h / teen

Seaside Day Camp Seaside is a great way for youth in grades K to 6 to have fun during school breaks in a safe and well-supervised environment. Each week is packed full of great, themecaptivating activities, including games, sports, crafts and afternoon snacks, all lead by friendly and qualified camp staff. Fee also includes a weekly field trip (destinations to be announced). Limited space available. Age: 6 - 12yrs.; M-F; 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM; $142.50(R)/$152.50(NR) Week 1- “Fun-tastic Fall at Seaside” Oct 17-21; Course #16786 Week 2- “Awesome Autumn” Seaside Camp Oct 24-28; Course #16787 Location: Glen Park

Wonders! Science: Super Camp # 2 In Wonders! Camp 2, your child will ride a hovercraft, experiment with glowing rocks and amazing super magnets, mix an incredible slime collection, mold bees’ wax candles, create surfboard styrofoam, make genies appear out of nowhere, turn pennies to gold and much, much more! Age: 5 - 13yrs.; Sa; 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM; $137.50(R)/$147.50(NR) Oct 22 & 29; Course #16848 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Josh Miller

Wonders! Science: NASA Camp! Join Wonders! Science and NASA as we explore the wonders of space and rocketry. Build and launch a two-stage rocket that soars over 1,000 feet, experiment with the actual conditions found on the planets - liquid air and frozen gases, fire land rockets, a 7-foot air rocket and much, much more! Age: 5 - 13yrs.; Sa; 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM; $137.50(R)/$147.50(NR) Nov 12 & 19; Course #16849 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Josh Miller

Youth/Teen Dance and Movement Kids Act Going on Stage! Put your children’s imaginations into action in Kids Act, where they create their own characters and plays. In the end, at a professional theatre, students will perform their original plays along with a short piece of Shakespearean verse in front of scenery they have created for family and friends. Age: 7 - 11yrs.; W; 5:00 - 6:00 PM; $166.50(R)/$176.50(NR) Sep 14-Nov 9; Course #16808 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Aleta Barthell

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Kids Act! Stories in Performance! Imagine! Create! Perform! Kids Act classes are more than fun. They encourage your child to step forward and shine in an atmosphere of respect and trust. Students are introduced to theater games and help to adapt a classic children’s story for performance on the last day of class. Age: 7 - 11yrs.; Th; 5:00 - 6:00 PM; $89.50(R)/$99.50(NR) Sep 8-Oct 13; Course #16809 Oct 27-Dec 8; Course #16850 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Aleta Barthell

Dance Musical The Little Mermaid Take a fun dance journey “under the sea” where Ariel, Scuttle, Sebastian, ocean critters and mermaids “dance” their way to escape the sea and become part of the human world! Fun ballet, tap, creative and jazz routines to songs from Disney’s Little Mermaid. Lots of great props, tiaras, wands and create a backdrop for a parent review day during last class! Age: 5 - 9yrs.; Sa; 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR) Sep 10-Oct 22; Course #16910 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Nancy Holden

Gotta Dance! Calling all Camp Rock and High School Musical jammers! A fun dance adventure to songs from Camp Rock, High School Musical and more! Learn beginner jazz/cheer/modern dance routines to songs from pop artists such as Demi Lovato, Jonas Brothers, and the High School Musical dancers! Enjoy choreographing a dance routine with your friends! Pom poms, microphones, blow up guitars, jewelry, and great props! Watch your talents on our Video and TV monitors! Parent review day during last class. Age: 5 - 9yrs.; Sa; 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR) Oct 29-Dec 10; Course #16911 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Nancy Holden

Hip-Hop Experienced instructor Anna Chappell teaches children the art of dance and the joy of self expression through music. Age: 6 - 9yrs.; Sa; 10:00 - 11:00 AM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR) Sep 17-Oct 22; Course #16912 Nov 5-Dec 10; Course #16913 Age: 10 - 12yrs.; Th; 5:30 - 6:30 PM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR) Sep 15-Oct 20; Course #16918 Nov 3-Dec 15; Course #16919 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Anna Chappell


Dance Musical Medley!

Learn the basics, rhythm and musicality with dancing adding style and technique. This class will provide skills that students can use away from the studio. Age: 13 - 18yrs.; W; 3:00 - 4:00 PM;$80.50(R)/$90.50(NR) Sep 14-Nov 2; Course #16960 Location: Community Center; Instructor: David Gonzalez

Dance to fun songs from the musicals Lion King, Wizard of Oz, High School Musical, Aladdin and more! Learn fun ballet, jazz and tap routines to fun songs from many childrens musicals! Great props, Watch your self dance on our TV monitors during class time and fun parent review day during last class! Age: 5 - 8yrs.; M; 3:15 - 4:15 PM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR) Sep 12-Oct 24; Course #16938 Nov 7-Dec 19; Course #16939 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Nancy Holden

Intermediate Hip Hop Expanding on the basics, rhythm and musicality with dancing adding style and technique. This class will provide skills that students can use away from the studio. Age: 10 - 12yrs.; W; 4:00 - 5:00 PM; $80.50(R)/$90.50(NR) Sep 14-Nov 2; Course #16959 Location: Community Center; Instructor: David Gonzalez

Jazz / Tap Experienced instructor Anna Chappell teaches children the art of dance and the joy of self expression through music. Age: 6 - 9yrs.; Th; 4:30 - 5:30 PM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR) Sep 15-Oct 20; Course #16916 Nov 3-Dec 15; Course #16917 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Anna Chappell

Youth Ballet Experienced instructor Anna Chappell teaches children the art of dance and the joy of self expression through music to children. Age: 6 - 9yrs.; Th; 3:30 - 4:30 PM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR) Sep 22-Oct 27; Course #16914 Nov 3-Dec 15; Course #16915 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Anna Chappell

Cotillion Encinitas This community social dance program will take place one Saturday evening per month during the school year. instruction in social dance as well as etiquette, and conversational skills will be given. Cotillion provides young ladies and gentlemen with the opportunity to interact in a poised and considerate manner and is sure to enrich our youth with many memorable experiences. Age: 11 - 13yrs.; Sa; 5:30 - 7:00 PM; $167.50(R)/$177.50(NR) Sep 10-May 12; Course #16924 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Sylvia Tillman

Teen Drop-In Activities Movie Fun Night

Join us in the gym and enjoy a FREE movie on our giant projection screen. Music, interactive games, refreshments and more. Program is for Encinitas Teen Residents and SDUHSD students, grades 7, 8, & 9. F; Oct 21; 7:30 - 10:30 PM; FREE

Youth/Teen Special Interest Teen Acting Workshop Channel your drama! Have an experienced, professional teaching artist guide you through the craft of acting. Students will learn improvisational skills, create their own characters and plays, and learn to confidently speak a short piece of Shakespearean verse. Final performance: November 12th, 11 AM at a professional theatre. Age: 12 - 15yrs.; W; 4:00 - 5:00 PM; $166.50(R)/$176.50(NR) Sep 14-Nov 9; Course #16814 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Lettie DeAnda

Yoga/Yazz! Yoga for kids is so much and children will enjoy a blend of yoga poses that are playful and relaxing along with (yazz) jazz movements to popular and age appropriate songs! What a natural and healthy way for children to exercise! Let us inspire your child through easy yoga postures, breath work and fun games with new themes each week! Age: 5 - 10yrs.; Th; 4:30 - 5:15 PM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR) Sep 15-Oct 27; Course #16941 Nov 3-Dec 22; Course #16942 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Nancy Holden

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Youth/Teen Trips

Take the stage and learn fun dance routines to music from Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, Ravesymone and more! Fun jazz, modern, creative dance routines along with choreographing your own steps! Lots of great props, blow up guitars, microphones, and enjoy our video and TV monitors filming your talents during the class! Age: 6 - 10yrs.; W; 4:30 - 5:30 PM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR) Sep 14-Oct 26; Course #16927 Nov 2-Dec 14; Course #16936 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Nancy Holden

This late night trip offers the chance to see the world’s first and most famous Halloween theme park event! We’ll enjoy a buffet dinner (included) at the park prior to the event as well as early admission. Transportation is by luxury charter bus. Get ready for thrills! (Knott’s Scary Farm advises, “This can be a scary event and is not recommended for those under 13.”) Age: 7th - 12th grade; Sa; 3:00 PM - 2:00 AM; $67.50(R)/$77.50(NR) Oct 1; Course #16826 Location: Pick-up and drop-off at the Community Center

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Youth/Teen After School Xtras Tennis Fundamentals of all strokes, scoring, etiquette, and strategy are covered. For Beginner to Intermediate players. Racquets will be provided, or bring your own. Diegueno Middle School Age: 12 - 15yrs.; Tu; 2:15 - 3:30 PM; $50.50(R)/$55.50(NR) Sep 13-Oct 18; Course #16831 Nov 1-Dec 6; Course #16832 Location: Diegueno Middle School Oak Crest Middle School Age: 12 - 15yrs.; Th; 2:15 - 3:30 PM; $50.50(R)/$55.50(NR) Sep 15-Oct 20; Course #16833 Oct 27-Dec 1; Course #16834 Instructor: Youth Tennis

Drums Beat Incorporated Corps style drumming classes offer an enjoyable learning experience. Students learn modern drumming techniques, musical skills and the ability to play with other musicians. Class includes endurance, control warm ups, essential rudiments to improve skills, rhythms, musical concepts, stick handling and visual techniques. No experience is needed! Practice drums are provided! Students will need to purchase sticks/ mallets on first day of class. Beginner Age: 9 - 17yrs.; M; 2:45 - 3:45 PM; $67.50(R)/$77.50(NR) Sep 12-Oct 17; Course #16835 Oct 24-Dec 5; Course #16846 Intermediate Age: 9 - 17yrs.; W; 2:45 - 3:45 PM; $67.50(R)/$77.50(NR) Sep 14-Oct 19; Course #16836 Oct 26-Dec 7; Course #16844 Location: Community Center; Instructor: John Hall

“I think music in itself is healing. It’s an explosive expression of humanity. It’s something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we’re from, everyone loves music.” -Billy Joel Steel Pan Drums Beat Incorporated Steel Drum Classes focus on the musical sounds born in the Caribbean. Students play songs that include melody, harmony, and rhythm. Sessions teach basic Pan Mallet techniques, notation, and rhythms. Instruments are provided, or can be purchased as needed. Age: 9 - 18yrs.; Tu; 2:45 - 3:45 PM; $77.50(R)/$87.50(NR) Sep 13-Oct 18; Course #16837 Oct 25-Dec 6; Course #16838 Location: Community Center; Instructor: John Hall

Guitar Everyone wants to play guitar! This class introduces the basics needed to play the guitar. Students will learn the proper technique, notes and chords from a professional guitarist. There is no better value in beginning guitar than this class! Instruments can be rented for $35.00 per session. Age: 12 - 16yrs.; W; 2:45 - 3:35 PM; $74.50(R)/$79.50(NR) Sep 14-Oct 19; Course #16839 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Enc School Of Music

Bass Bass class will cover basic techniques including chords, scales, fundamental music theory and how to read notation. Instruments can be rented for $35.00 per session. Age: 12 - 16yrs.; W; 2:45 - 3:35 PM; $74.50(R)/$79.50(NR) Sep 14-Oct 19; Course #16840 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Enc School Of Music

Cake Decorating Cake Decorating is a demonstrational and hands-on class. Students will see how to ice and apply fondant to a cake. They will learn basic piping techniques with icing that can be applied to cookies, cupcakes and cakes. Practice will be on boards and cupcakes, with a final cake the last day of class. Find additional instructor information at www.rozsweetartstudio.com. Age: 12 - 18yrs.; Th; 3:30 - 4:30 PM; $107.50(R)/$112.50(NR) Oct 6-Nov 10; Course #16842 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Rosanne Zinniger

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Youth/Teen After School Xtras Handwriting Cursive handwriting instruction based on developmental teaching order and multi-sensory lessons. Prevent common problems by learning the right way first. System adopted by local schools. Extra practice for writers who may be struggling with letter reversals, overwriting and fatigue when writing. Age: 7 - 13yrs.; Tu; 3:00 - 4:00 PM; $62.50(R)/$67.50(NR) Nov 1-Dec 13; Course #16843 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Shirley Randall

Babysitter Training This Child and Babysitter Safety Training class will teach you how to recognize an emergency. Pediatric first aid, CPR, child and infant care skills will be taught. Age: 11 - 14yrs.; $62.50(R)/$72.50(NR) Oct 15; Course #16845; Sa; 9:30 AM - 2:00 PM Nov 1 & 8; Course #16875; Tu; 2:45 - 5:00 PM Location: Community Center; Instructor: Lockhart Training

Fashion Design/ Drawing for Design Interested in Fashion Design, learn to create your own “Project Runway” fashion design and illustration. Instruction on how to draw the fashion croquis including faces, shoes and accessories. Learn how to design a line of clothing using your croquis and personal style and inspiration. Age: 12 - 18yrs.; M; 4:45 - 6:15 PM; $112.50(R)/$117.50(NR) Sep 12-Oct 3; Course #16884 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Christina Zeller

Creative Sewing 1 Learn to sew and start creating some fun easy projects. Instruction on how to use your sewing machine properly and basic sewing skills. Create simple designs such as pillow covers or small bags. Need to bring your own sewing machine. Beginners welcome. Age: 12 - 18yrs.; M; 3:15 - 4:45 PM; $112.50(R)/$117.50(NR) Sep 12-Oct 3; Course #16882 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Christina Zeller

Creative Sewing 2 Continue to improve your sewing skills and create fun and personal projects. Create your own designs such as pillow covers, bags, embellish your jeans or create your first fashion design. Need to bring your own sewing machine. Age: 12 - 18yrs.; M; 3:15 - 4:45 PM; $112.50(R)/$117.50(NR) Nov 7-28; Course #16883 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Christina Zeller

“Cool Trix 4 Hot Pics” Photography for Teens (13-18) Come learn how to use your camera and make your pictures pop! Learn how the camera “sees” the world, and start to use the other buttons on your camera to improve your images. Bring your own camera, and use of a digital DSLR camera will be available during class. A final project will be created to show off your new skills in a class exhibition. Age: 12 - 18yrs.; M; 3:30 - 4:30 PM; $112.50(R)/$122.50(NR) Sep 12-Oct 10; Course #16885 Oct 31-Nov 28; Course #16886 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Susan Wingate

Beginner Hip Hop Learn the basics, rhythm and musicality with dancing adding style and technique. This class will provide skills that students can use away from the studio. Age: 13 - 18yrs.; W; 3:00 - 4:00 PM;$80.50(R)/$90.50(NR) Sep 14-Nov 2; Course #16960 Location: Community Center; Instructor: David Gonzalez

Intermediate Hip Hop Expanding on the basics, rhythm and musicality with dancing adding style and technique. This class will provide skills that students can use away from the studio. Age: 13 - 18yrs.; W; 4:00 - 5:00 PM; $80.50(R)/$90.50(NR) Sep 14-Nov 2; Course #16959 Location: Community Center; Instructor: David Gonzalez

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Belly Dance - Beginning Wake up Saturday morning to this sensuous ancient dance form! Class includes an introduction to isolations, circulations, shimmies, hand gestures, snake arms, Turkish & Egyptian travel steps. Find yourself behind the veil and get your rhythm with finger cymbals (zills).Veils, zills, sashes from Egypt available. Age: 14 and up; Sa; 12:30 - 1:30 PM; $52.50(R)/$62.50(NR) Sep 10-Oct 22; Course #16828 Nov 5-Dec 17; Course #16949 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Nicki Vaccar

Belly Dance Beginning / Intermediate Open up your senses to this ancient exotic art form. Nicki, who has studied and performed in Egypt, brings her technique of isolations, undulations and shimmies to you with a queen’s posture of the Nile. Learn dance combinations for dances of Middle Eastern Oriental style. Veils, zills, sashes and costumes from Egypt available. Registration per teacher’s discretion. Age: 14 and up; Sa; 1:30 - 2:30 PM; $64.50(R)/$74.50(NR) Sep 10-Oct 22; Course #16503 Nov 5-Dec 17; Course #16827 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Nicki Vaccar

Middle Eastern Belly Dance Workshop Introduction to sensuous, yet ancient art form. Isolation, Hip, Ribcage, circulation, to shimmies. Shoulder, Arm, hand gestures,travel steps, twirling turns the Egyptian style. Introduction of Veils, Zills (finger cymbals) & Saches available to purchase. The physical and mental health benefits to this feminine dance form you won’t get from other dance/ exercise classes. An opportunity with Egyptian music. Nicki Vaccar, has more than 30 years of dance/performance and culture teaching. Age: 14 and up; Sa; 3:00 - 5:00 PM; $26.50(NR)/$36.50(R) Oct 22; Course #16497 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Nicki Vaccar

Salsa Level I Our Salsa Level I class will teach you foundational concepts and patterns of Salsa dancing along with proper lead and follow technique, timing, and spin technique. Learn to dance with feeling, love what you are doing, and have a great time. Dancing is youexpressed! Age: 15 and up; Tu; 7:45 - 8:45 PM; $71.50(R)/$81.50(NR) Sep 6-Oct 18; Course #16499 Nov 1-Dec 13; Course #16943 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Jemadean Dobrosielski

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Salsa Level II Our Salsa Level II class is for those who have learned the foundational concepts and are now ready to start linking patterns together & learning basic shines (freestyle footwork) and styling, as well as improve their lead and follow & spin technique. Age: 15 and up; Tu; 8:45 - 9:45 PM; $71.50(R)/$81.50(NR) Sep 6-Oct 18; Course #16496 Nov 1-Dec 13; Course #16944 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Jemadean Dobrosielski

Salsa Level III Our Salsa Level III class will teach you more advanced concepts and patterns of Salsa dancing including momentum moves, multiple spins (the Spin Technique class is highly recommended!), consistent styling, and more advanced shines (freestyle footwork). Learn to dance with feeling, and have a great time! Dancing is you-expressed! Age: 15 and up; W; 8:15 - 9:15 PM; $71.50(R)/$81.50(NR) Sep 7-Oct 19; Course #16500 Nov 2-Dec 14; Course #16945 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Jemadean Dobrosielski

Salsa: Spin Technique This class focuses on Spin Technique for Salsa dancing. Being able to spin well consistently requires good technique, and diligent practice, but once you get it, you always have it. Come get it in this class taught by one of the best spinners in Salsa dancing! Age: 15 and up; W; 7:15 - 8:15 PM; $71.50(R)/$81.50(NR) Sep 7-Oct 19; Course #16498 Nov 2-Dec 14; Course #16946 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Jemadean Dobrosielski

Salsa: Lead & Follow Technique This class covers one of the most basic foundations of partnered dance: what your job is in the dance, where your focus should be, and how to make that happen. This class is highly recommended for all levels, and especially before the Pattern Selection class that follows. Age: 15 and up; Th; 7:45 - 9:45 PM; $71.50(R)/$81.50(NR) Sep 8-22; Course #16501 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Jemadean Dobrosielski

Salsa: Pattern Selection & Styling This class is designed to help you transition into social dancing in the Salsa club. Men will learn how to create patterns on the fly with flow and ease. Ladies will refine their following skills, and learn how to consistently add styling to their dancing. The Lead and Follow Technique class is highly recommended before you take this class. Age: 15 and up; Th; 7:45 - 9:45 PM; $71.50(R)/$81.50(NR) Sep 29-Oct 13; Course #16502 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Jemadean Dobrosielski


-Ken Rundle, Recreation Supervisor Salsa: Sexy Bachata Our Sexy Bachata class is back with new patterns! 6 Hours of Sexy Bachata from Jemadean of Salsa Pasion taking you from the Basic step through Intermediate turns with slow rotations, quick rotations, pace and level changes and dips! Take your Bachata dancing to the next level! Age: 15 and up; Th; 7:45 - 9:45 PM; $71.50(R)/$81.50(NR) Dec 1-15; Course #16948 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Jemadean Dobrosielski

Club Style Cha Cha Come learn to dance Club Style Cha Cha! You’ll learn how to Cha Cha on time, starting with the basics and moving into Intermediate patterns with styling. This is a 2 hour class for 3 weeks, for a total of 6 hours of class. Age: 15 and up; Th; 7:45 - 9:45 PM; $71.50(R)/$81.50(NR) Nov 3-17; Course #16947 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Jemadean Dobrosielski

Modern American Square Dancing - Level I Learn and enjoy Square Dancing. Meet new people. Laugh and have fun while participating in low impact exercise. Partners not required. Dress is casual. No experience needed. Juniors 12 - 17yrs. can participate with parents or guardians. All registrations will be handled by the Sandpipers Squaredance Club— www.sandpiperssquaredanceclub.com. Age: 18 and up; Th; 7:00 - 9:00 PM; $50.50(R)/$60.50(NR) Sep 8-Oct 27 Nov 3-Dec 29 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Jim Randall

Jitterbug & Swing Dance Class There’s only one reason to learn the Jitterbug/ Swing, to have fun. Come dance with us with or without a partner. You will learn the basic steps, turns, how to lead and how to follow. Look sharp! Be cool! Dance the Jitterbug! Age: 14 and up; M; 7:15 - 8:15 PM; $72.50(R)/$82.50(NR) Sep 12-Oct 24; Course #16755 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Sandra Schroeder

Rumba Dance Class Come learn the Rumba in a fun relaxed atmosphere. The Rumba is a Latin dance with emphasis on rhythm, steps and combinations. Join the class with or without a partner. Ballroom dancing is not only fun, it is great for your health, keeping you mentally and physically fit. Age: 14 and up; M; 7:15 - 8:15 PM; $62.50(R)/$72.50(NR) Nov 7-Dec 12; Course #16756 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Sandra Schroeder

Adult Fitness Jazzercise Jazzercise is a 60-75 minute total body workout that lifts your spirits while conditioning your body. Class includes a warm up, an aerobic segment, muscle toning and strengthening and a stretch cool down. Registration is handled by Jazzercise in the classroom. Jazzercise offers many different payment options including Electronic Funds Transfer, monthly and drop-in payments. For more info visit www.jazzercise.com. Age: 16 and up M-Th; 6:00 - 7:15 PM; Sa 8:30-9:45am Sep 1-Dec 28 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Jina Watkins

Feldenkrais® Method of Somatic Education What would you like to change? Join us as we explore new ways to learn, using the movement lessons of the Feldenkrais Method. These lessons are suitable for anyone and result in pain relief, easier movement, better balance and posture. Age: 18 and up; Th; 7:30 - 8:30 PM; $71.50(R)/$81.50(NR) Sep 8-Oct 20; Course #16507 Oct 27-Dec 15; Course #16505 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Anita Noone

Zumba Fitness Zumba is one of the fastest growing dance based fitness crazes in the country and with good reason. Zumba has put the fun back into fitness while giving you the weightloss and body toning results you’re looking for. With its party atmosphere and easy-to-follow dance moves, you’ll enjoy Latin rhythms such as Merengue, Salsa, Cumbia, Reggaeton, Belly Dance and Hip Hop. Come join the party! Drop ins Welcome! All registrations will be handled by Zumba at the class. Age: 13 and up; Tu; 6:30 - 7:30 PM Sep 6-Dec 27 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Jan Saddington

Zumba Toning Ready to have fun while taking your work-outs to a whole new level? ZUMBA TONING is the perfect way to do just that. Students will learn how to use 1½ lb lightweight, maraca-like Zumba Toning Sticks to enhance rhythm and tone all their target zones, including arms, abs, glutes and thighs while maintaining the party atmosphere that Zumba is famous for. All registrations will be handled by Zumba. Age 13 and up; Th; 10:15 - 11:15 AM Location: Community Center; Instructor: Jan Saddington

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“Jan’s Zumba class is a fun way to get your workout. The music alone will have you upbeat and forgetting what took place earlier in your day.”


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Anahata Gentle Yoga

Acting Workshop for Adults

Anahata Yoga is a well-balanced class designed to give students a deeper understanding of traditional yoga and to experience a higher level of awareness - deeply connecting, expanding, and awakening their hearts: through asanas (yoga postures), pranayama (breathing exercises), and meditation. It improves postural alignment, strengthens the body, and increases flexibility. Age: 15 and up; M; 6:00 - 7:20 PM; $87.50(R)/$97.50(NR) Sep 12-Oct 24; Course #16509 Nov 7-Dec 19; Course #16829 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Erika Kruse

Bring out the best actor inside of you. Whether you’ve had previous experience, or always wanted to try it... learn versatile, core-acting techniques in a fun and comfortable atmosphere. All levels welcome! Age: 18 and up; Su; 2:00 - 4:00 PM; $88.50(R)/$98.50(NR) Sep 11-Oct 16; Course #16858 Oct 30-Dec 4; Course #16853 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Aleta Barthell

Fun Sway Class is designed for those who love to “Dance to the Music.” It’s high energy, with low impact movements, creating an aerobic workout that’s fun for ages 35-and up. Join Charla and move and groove to the original sounds of Motown, Disco, Rock and Sweet Soul. A class to encourage, inspire and motivate. Age: 35 and up; M; 5:30 - 6:30 PM; $82.50(R)/$92.50(NR) Aug 29-Oct 26; Course #16510 Oct 31-Dec 28; Course #16847 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Charla Thomas

Pilates Mat Class Tired of the gym and want more personal attention? Join our Pilates mat class. Pilates exercises focus on conditioning the whole body, strengthening your core and spinal muscles. Build a body that is strong, supple and toned, while improving posture, flexibility and reducing stress. Our Pilates mat class will accommodate anyone with or without previous Pilates experience. Age: 14 and up; M; 6:00 - 7:00 PM Sep 12-Oct 24; Course #16689; $72.50(R)/$82.50(NR) Nov 7-Dec 12; Course #16684; $62.50(R)/$72.50(NR) Age: 14 and up; Th; 6:00 - 7:00 PM Sep 8-Oct 20; Course #16688; $72.50(R)/$82.50(NR) Nov 3-Dec 15; Course #16685; $62.50(R)/$72.50(NR) Age: 8 and up; Th; 7:15 - 8:15 PM (Ages 8 and up accompanied by an adult) Sep 8-Oct 20; Course #16687; $72.50(R)/$82.50(NR) Nov 3-Dec 15; Course #16686; $62.50(R)/$72.50(NR) Location: Community Center; Instructor: Sandra Schroeder

Adult Special Interest The Happiness Workshop Happiness in the #1 goal for everyone around the world, yet it is the least studied or practiced state of mind! Come reacquaint yourself with your true inner happiness and enhance the meaning and purpose of your life. Activities include: journaling, practical meditations, worksheets and group conversations. Follow your Joy and sign up today! Age: 18 and up; M; 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM; $101.50(R)/$111.50(NR) Sep 19-Oct 10; Course #16855 Age: 18 and up; Th; 6:00 - 7:30 PM; $101.50(R)/$111.50(NR) Sep 22-Oct 13; Course #16851 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Leslie Grubb

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Guitar - Beginning Everyone wants to play guitar! This class introduces the basics needed to play the guitar. Students will learn the proper technique, notes and chords from a professional guitarist. There is no better value in beginning guitar than this class! Instruments can be rented for $35.00 per session. Age: 18 and up; Th; 1:15 - 1:55 PM; $72.50(R)/$82.50(NR) Sep 15-Oct 20; Course #16888 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Enc School Of Music

“Focus on What Matters” Photography Class for Moms and Dads Come learn to use your camera to tell the story of your life and your family. The camera “sees” differently than you and I, and knowing how this works can improve your ability to capture the world around you. Learn the functions of your own camera to unlock a whole new photographic adventure, while also having access to a Digital DSLR in class. A final project will be created showing your new skills, and capturing the images that matter to you. Age: 18 and up; W; 12:30 - 1:30 PM; $112.50(R)/$122.50(NR) Sep 7-Oct 5; Course #16889 Oct 19-Nov 16; Course #16890 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Susan Wingate

Caregiver Support Group Providing direct care to a senior loved one can be rewarding, exhausting and frustrating. If you would like to talk with other caregivers, then please join the ongoing Caregiver Support Group sponsored by Sunrise at La Costa. This gathering is designed to provide emotional support and practical information for family members and caregivers of seniors who need assistance with the daily tasks of living. Participants will be encouraged to share information, give and receive mutual support, and exchange coping skills with one another. Handouts will be available. 1st Wednesday of the month W; 5:30 - 6:30 PM FREE; Sep 7, Oct 5, Nov 2 Location: Community & Senior Center Volunteer Facilitators: Eugenia Welch & Kendra Lemkey


“Dancers are the athletes of God.” -Albert Einstein

Teen and Adult Ballet - Level 1 Improve balance, flexibility, alignment and coordination in a relaxed atmosphere. Class includes terminology, warm up, center and across the floor movements. Suitable for those with little or no dance background. Pink tights, slippers and black leotards after first class meeting. Age: 14 and up; M; 6:15 - 7:15 PM Sep 12-Oct 31; Course #16860; $82.50(R)/$92.50(NR); 8-week Nov 7-Dec 12; Course #16864; $62.50(R)/$72.50(NR); 6-week Location: Community Center; Instructor: Marti Neal

Teen and Adult Ballet - Level 2 Intermediate level class including terminology, full barre and center, pirouettes, adagio and grand allegro movements taught in a relaxed atmosphere. Optional pointe/performing opportunities with instructor permission. Pink tights, pink slippers and black leotards after first class meeting. Age: 14 and up; W; 7:30 - 8:45 PM; $98.50(R)/$108.50(NR); 8-week Sep 7-Oct 26; Course #16862 Age: 14 and up; Sa; 8:45 - 10:00 AM; $98.50(R)/$108.50(NR); 8-week Sep 10-Oct 29; Course #16863 Age: 14 and up; M; 7:15 - 8:30 PM; $98.50(R)/$108.50(NR); 8-week Sep 12-Oct 31; Course #16861 Age: 14 and up; W; 7:30 - 8:45 PM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR); 7-week Nov 2-Dec 14; Course #16866

Pilates Mat Class Tired of the gym and want more personal attention? Join our Pilates mat class. Pilates exercises focus on conditioning the whole body, strengthening your core and spinal muscles. Build a body that is strong, supple and toned, while improving posture, flexibility and reducing stress. Our Pilates mat class will accommodate anyone with or without previous Pilates experience. Age: 8 and up; Th; 7:15 - 8:15 PM (Ages 8 and up accompanied by an adult) Sep 8-Oct 20; Course #16687; $72.50(R)/$82.50(NR) Nov 3-Dec 15; Course #16686; $62.50(R)/$72.50(NR) Location: Community Center; Instructor: Sandra Schroeder

Multi-Age Family Enrichment Free Tutoring Encinitas students in elementary through middle school can receive one hour free tutoring per week on Mondays at Park Dale Lane Elementary &/or Wednesdays at Oak Crest Middle School between 3:30 and 5:30 PM. Onsite completion of contact form and advanced sign up is required. Parents of students in grades K through 3 and students in 4th through 8th grades may sign up to attend one hour study sessions each week - up to 6 weeks in advance. Students must sign in and out each night and must bring study material or homework. Adult tutors monitor participants only while they are being tutored. Please call (760) 633-2759 for more information. Limited space available. Age: 5 - 14yrs.; 3:30 - 5:30 PM Sep 26-Nov 30 M; Location: Park Dale Lane Elementary; Closed Oct 17, 24, Nov 21 W; Location: Oakcrest Middle School; Closed Nov 23

Age: 14 and up; Sa; 8:45 - 10:00 AM; $86.50(R)/$96.50(NR); 6-week Nov 5-Dec 17; Course #16867 Age: 14 and up; M; 7:15 - 8:30 PM; $74.50(R)/$84.50(NR); 6-week Nov 7-Dec 12; Course #16865 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Marti Neal

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“We’ve got a great court at our Community Center and we set aside open gym hours for the Open Gym offer Open Gym hours daily for youth, teens public to come out and use it. During open gym We and adults. Activities include: basketball, volleyball, badminton and more. Open Gym is offered free on a hours, you can usually find enough players to basis. Bring an I.D. card to check out any of get a pickup game of basketball going. You can drop-in our gym equipment or bring your own. Pick up your always find the monthly Open Gym Calendar on Gym Schedule at the Encinitas Community Center front counter or online at www.EncinitasRecReg.com. Call our website at EncinitasParksandRec.com.” (760) 943-2260 for more information. -Nick Buck, Recreation Supervisor

Free Sunday Family Fun Days A fun time for families to play together in the Encinitas Community Center. Drop by and enjoy FREE activities such as crafts, games and tournaments. All activities are offered on a drop-in basis and do not require pre-registration. Please call (760) 633-2759 for more information.

Fun-tastic Activities, Events and Outings Encinitas Parks and Recreation provides resident families many opportunities to strengthen family bonding, both within their family and with others in the community through the Family Enrichment Program. Family Fun-tastic Activity Nights Events and Outings are organized monthly throughout the school year. Space is limited, so a registration lottery is held before the start of each season of activities. To be added to the Family Enrichment program mailing list and for additional information regarding registration and current and upcoming activities, please call (760) 633-2759. Age: 1 and up; Tu, Sa; 3:45 - 4:00 PM; $2.50 Sep 3-Nov 29; Course #16792

Friday Night Social Bring your favorite CDs and dance the night away to your favorite tunes! Snacks will be provided. Come join the fun! This program is for adults with Developmental Disabilities and meets on the second Friday of each month. Call program supervisor at (760) 943-2261 for more information. Oct 14, Nov 18

Car Seat Checks San Diego Medical Services Enterprise conducts free car seat checks on the first or second Monday of each month in the Community Center Parking Lot. No appointment necessary. M; 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM; FREE Aug 8, Sep 12, Oct 3, Nov 7

Horse Shoes Join the fun behind the Encinitas Community & Senior Center at the Oakcrest Park horse shoe pits! Men and women are welcome, with or without experience. This is an ongoing program, so you can participate at any time. Age: 18 and up; F; 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM; FREE

Gift Certificates Give fun, fitness, a new skill, an unforgettable experience...the possibilities are endless. Certificates are non-refundable. Purchase in person or online. Certificates purchased online will be mailed. Certificates are redeemable in person for Encinitas Recreation classes and redeemed for the full value at the time of use. Unused balances will be applied as a credit to your account.

$25.00 — use course #16969 $50.00 — use course #16970 $100.00 — use course #16971

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Adult Basketball Leagues Women’s Basketball League

Men’s Basketball LeagueCompetitive Men’s Basketball League competitive division is for players with above average skill. Games are played on Wednesday nights beginning at 6:00 PM. For more information or to register, call (760) 943-2269. Space is limited! Age: 18 and up; W; 5:30 - 10:00 PM; $327.50(R)/$377.50(NR) Sep 21-Nov 16; Course #16694

Men’s Basketball LeagueIntermediate Encinitas Men’s Basketball intermediate division is for players of average skill. Games are played on Wednesday nights beginning at 6:00 PM. For more information or to register, call (760) 943-2269. Space is limited! Age: 18 and up; W; 5:30 - 10:00 PM; $327.50(R)/$377.50(NR) Sep 21-Nov 16; Course #16695

Adult Basketball Lunch League Men’s Basketball Lunch League Work got you stressed out? Relieve your stress with a little lunch time basketball. Our lunch league will consist of full court games, either 4 on 4 or 5 on 5, depending on the number of participants. This league is based on TEAM PLAY and CONTINUOUS PLAY to get the best cardio workout possible. Age: 18 and up; M-F; 12:00 - 1:00 PM; $27.50(R)/$37.50(NR) Sep 26-Dec 16; Course #16696 Location: Community Center; Instructor: In House

Women’s Basketball Lunch League The league will consist of full court games. The games will either be 5 on 5 - regulation full court or 4 on 4 short full court. Teams will vary from week to week. NOTE: No lunch league on Nov. 27th. Age: 18 and up; Tu, F; 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM; $12.50(R)/$22.50(NR) Sep 27-Dec 16; Course #16697 Location: Community Center; Instructor: In House

-Mike Moses Encinitas Youth basketball League Head Coach

Men’s 30 & Over Sunday Hoops Get your early Sunday morning cardio in by joining this fun basketball league. Games will be full court, with different organized teams each week. Games will be 5 on 5, or 4 on 4, based upon number of participants each week. You must be at least 30 years old to participate. Age: 30 and up; Su; 8:30 - 10:30 AM; $12.50(R)/$22.50(NR) Aug 21-Nov 6; Course #16957 Location: Community Center; Instructor: In House

Basketball Clinics Play Basketball Clinic Do you ever dream about hitting the game winning shot? Come learn all of the skills it takes to be a great basketball player at the Play Basketball Clinic. This course is taught by Ex-Pro Brooks Barnhard and will feature 45 minutes of instruction followed by 45 minutes of competitive scrimmages. Age: 8 - 15yrs.; Tu; 4:30 - 6:00 PM; $102.50(R)/$112.50(NR) Sep 20-Oct 25; Course #16698 Location: Community Center Instructor: Brooks Barnhard - Play Basketball Clinics

Wildcat Basketball Skills Clinic Coach Jason Stewart, a University of Arizona NCAA National Champion, invites you to learn from the best! Wildcat basketball skills clinic is designed to get you ready for our fall basketball season. Lessons will include dribbling, shooting, passing, defense, footwork as well as mental aspects to the game and development of champion-like work ethic. Age: 8 - 14yrs.; Th; 6:00 - 7:30 PM; $152.50(R)/$162.50(NR) Sep 22-Oct 27; Course #16958 Location: Community Center Instructor: Jason Stewart - Pro University LLC

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Female hoops at its finest. Encinitas offers our Women’s Basketball League for players of all abilities. Games are played on Monday nights starting at 6:30 PM. The season is 10 weeks in duration with one week of playoff action. Individuals are welcome. Players are drafted and then placed on teams. Please call (760) 943-2269 for more information. Age: 18 and up; M; 6:00 - 10:00 PM; $277.50(R)/$302.50(NR) Sep 12-Nov 21; Course #16693

“Encinitas youth basketball leagues are the best in town. My son’s experience as a player and my experience as a coach were top notch. The facility, staff, referees all deserve a big pat on the back! It is a great program my son looks forward to basketball season all year long now.”


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Are you the next NBA Superstar? Come prove it in the Encinitas Youth Basketball league. Our leagues are designed for players of all abilities. The fall season will consist of eight games plus a single-elimination playoff round. Each division offers a specific set of rules geared towards learning the game and building your skill set. No teammate or specific coach requests are taken. Players will receive a team jersey, participant medal and guaranteed playing time. Teams will practice once a week with games on Saturdays. All leagues are co-ed. Division A games may be played on Friday nights. Volunteer coaches are needed for the success of this program, if interested in coaching or for more information about the league, please call (760) 943-2269. Registration deadline is October, 25. Dec. 3- Feb. 4; $117.50(R)/$127.50(NR) Division A (12-13 years): Course #16725 Mandatory Skills Assessment on Nov 5 from 4:00 - 6:00 PM or Nov 7 from 4:00 - 5:00 PM Division B (10-11 years): Course #16721 Mandatory Skills Assessment on Nov 5 from 2:00 - 4:00 PM or Nov 10 from 3:30 - 5:00 PM Division C (8-9 years): Course #16722 Mandatory Skills Assessment on Nov 5 from 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM or Nov 9 from 3:30 - 5:00 PM Division D (6-7 years): Course #16723 Mandatory Skills Assessment on Nov 5 from 9:00 - 11:00 AM or Nov 8 from 3:30 - 5:00 PM

Pee Wee basketball Pee Wee basketball is designed for the up and coming young hoopsters. Games are played at a rim height of 8 feet allowing our little superstars to score more baskets and have more fun doing it. Score and records are not kept in this division, as everyone who participates is a winner. Teams will practice 20 minutes prior to their game on Saturday mornings. Each participant will receive a jersey, guaranteed playing time and a participant medal. Teammate and specific coach requests are accepted, however they are not guaranteed, requests must be submitted no later than November 18. Volunteer head coaches are needed for the success of this program, if interested in coaching or for more information about the league, please call (760) 943-2269. Age: 4 - 5yrs.; Sa; 8:00 - 9:00 AM; $92.50(R)/$102.50(NR) Dec 3-Feb 4; Course #16724

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Golf Golf Clinics Clinics will cover full swing, chipping, pitching, driving and sand shots. Clinic develops etiquette and knowledge of the game. All levels of players welcome. Bring your own equipment; otherwise, balls and clubs will be provided. Youth Weekday Age: 6 - 12yrs.; W; 3:30 - 4:30 PM; $102.50(R)/$112.50(NR) Sep 21-Oct 26; Course #16825 Location: Encinitas Ranch Golf Course; Instructor: Doug Timmons PGA Youth Saturday Age: 6 - 12yrs.; Sa; 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM; $137.50(R)/$147.50(NR) Sep 24-Oct 29; Course #16822 Location: Encinitas Ranch Golf Course; Instructor: Doug Timmons PGA Teen Weekday Age: 12 - 15yrs.; Th; 3:30 - 4:30 PM; $102.50(R)/$112.50(NR) Sep 22-Oct 27; Course #16824 Location: Encinitas Ranch Golf Course; Instructor: Doug Timmons PGA Ladies Saturday Age: 18 and up; Sa; 10:00 - 11:00 AM; $162.50(R)/$172.50(NR) Sep 24-Oct 29; Course #16818 Location: Encinitas Ranch Golf Course; Instructor: Doug Timmons PGA Ladies Sunset Age: 18 and up; Tu; 4:00 - 5:00 PM; $162.50(R)/$172.50(NR) Sep 20-Oct 25; Course #16819 Location: Encinitas Ranch Golf Course; Instructor: Doug Timmons PGA Women’s Age: 50 and up; Su; 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM; $162.50(R)/$172.50(NR) Sep 25-Oct 30; Course #16821 Location: Encinitas Ranch Golf Course; Instructor: D.R. Benson PGA Men’s Age: 50 and up; Su; 10:00 - 11:00 AM; $162.50(R)/$172.50(NR) Sep 25-Oct 30; Course #16820 Location: Encinitas Ranch Golf Course; Instructor: D.R. Benson PGA Couples Age: 50 and up; Su; 12:00 - 1:00 PM; $267.50(R)/$277.50(NR) Sep 25-Oct 30; Course #16823 Location: Encinitas Ranch Golf Course; Instructor: D.R. Benson PGA


Gift Certificates $25.00 — use course #16969 $50.00 — use course #16970 $100.00 — use course #16971

Soccer Pee Wee Outdoor Soccer League Encinitas Pee Wee Outdoor Soccer leagues are designed to develop and improve your child’s soccer skills. Games are fast paced and exciting to watch. Games will be played on Saturday’s at Leo Mullen Sports Park on the baseball outfield. Each participant will receive a soccer shirt and participant medal. Volunteer coaches are needed. Teammate and specific coach requests are accepted. Requests must be made no later than August 29. Space is limited! Shin guards are mandatory! Cleats are optional. Registration deadline is Sept. 2, 2011. Call (760) 943-2269 for more information. Age: 3 - 4yrs.; Sa; 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM; $77.50(R)/$87.50(NR) Sep 10-Oct 29; Course #16703 Age: 5 - 6yrs.; Sa; 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM; $77.50(R)/$87.50(NR) Sep 10-Oct 29; Course #16704

Special Interest Girls on the Run Have you ever thought that you couldn’t do something? Girls On the Run is out to change your mind. Girls On the Run is a life changing program that encourages girls to develop self-respect and healthy lifestyles through running. Qualified instructors combine training for a 3.1 mile running event with self-esteem enhancing, uplifting workouts. Class will be held inside the Community Center in the event of rain. Age: 7 - 12yrs.; Tu, Th; 4:00 - 5:15 PM; $202.50(R)/$212.50(NR) Sep 20-Dec 15; Course #16712 Location: Cottonwood Creek Park Instructor: Kathryn Ried - Girls on the Run

Wildcat Academy Cardio & Conditioning Take your game to the next level with Wildcat Academy Cardio & Conditioning. Taught by former NCAA Basketball Champion Jason Stewart, this course features circuit workouts, speed ladder and hurdle drills to enhance your footwork, exercises to build explosive strength, high intensity training and specifically designed stretching techniques to aid in your performance. What ever your sport, cardio & conditioning comes into play. Give yourself the tools it takes to become the best you can be. Age: 8 - 14yrs.; Tu; 4:45 - 5:45 PM; $132.50(R)/$142.50(NR) Sep 20-Oct 25 Course #16951 Location: Community Center Instructor: Jason Stewart - Pro University LLC

Volleyball Adult CO-ED Volleyball Clinic Adult Co-ed Volleyball is for individuals of all ages and abilities. The class will consist of games, along with a short instruction period. Clinic is led by volleyball guru Dennis Mathis and his staff. Age: 18 and up; Tu; 6:30 - 9:30 PM; $57.50(R)/$67.50(NR) Sep 13-Oct 25; Course #16717 Nov 1-Dec 13; Course #16718 Location: Community Center; Instructor: Dennis Mathis

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Give fun, fitness, a new skill, an unforgettable experience...the possibilities are endless. Certificates are non-refundable. Purchase in person or online. Certificates purchased online will be mailed. Certificates are redeemable in person for Encinitas Recreation classes and redeemed for the full value at the time of use. Unused balances will be applied as a credit to your account.


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Youth After School Surf Surfing fundamentals, proper techniques, skill development, and ocean safety are taught to boys and girls in a safe, well-supervised, and fun environment. Our professional and experienced staff will make sure students have a great time whether they are beginning to surf or if they are focused on improving their skills. Age: 8 - 12yrs.; Tu; 3:30 - 5:30 PM; $182.50(R)/$192.50(NR) Sep 6-27; Course #16779 Oct 4-25; Course #16760 Nov 1-22; Course #16761 Age: 8 - 12yrs.; W; 3:30 - 5:30 PM; $182.50(R)/$192.50(NR) Sep 7-28; Course #16762 Oct 5-26; Course #16759 Oct 5-26; Course #16763 Location: Moonlight Beach; Instructor: Dawn Patrol Surf

Teen After School Surf The perfect way to end the school day, going for a surf. If it is with a group of friends or to meet some new friends with the same love and passion for the ocean, we offer a structured environment emphasizing both safety and fun. It is ideal for learning to surf or to advance your skills while learning proper surfing techniques and surf etiquette. Age: 13 - 18yrs.; Tu; 3:30 - 5:30 PM; $182.50(R)/$192.50(NR) Sep 6-27; Course #16767 Oct 4-25; Course #16768 Nov 1-22; Course #16769 Age: 13 - 18yrs.; W; 3:30 - 5:30 PM; $182.50(R)/$192.50(NR) Sep 7-28; Course #16770 Oct 5-26; Course #16771 Nov 2-23; Course #16772 Location: Moonlight Beach; Instructor: Dawn Patrol Surf

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Girls only! After School Program *NEW* This program is created for girls of all ages and skill levels. It is designed to help girls progress their surfing skills and meet other girls with similar interests in surfing and the ocean environment! We have a very educated and talented all girls staff ready to help each individual learn proper surfing techniques and proper surfing fundamentals. This program is offered as a month-long session and we meet each Tuesday or Wednesday every week. (4 sessions) Age: 6 - 17yrs.; Tu; 3:30 - 5:30 PM; $182.50(R)/$192.50(NR) Sep 6-27; Course #16802 Oct 4-25; Course #16803 Nov 1-22; Course #16804 Age: 6 - 17yrs.; W; 3:30 - 5:30 PM; $182.50(R)/$192.50(NR) Sep 7-28; Course #16776 Oct 5-26; Course #16777 Nov 2-23; Course #16778 Location: Moonlight Beach; Instructor: Dawn Patrol Surf

Teen/Youth Weekend Surf If studies and other activities take up too much time during the week, take advantage of our weekend surf classes offered every Saturday. It’s a great way to break up the week and spend some time at the beach while pursuing a love for surfing and the Southern California beach culture. This class welcomes kids of all ages and skill levels. Age: 8 - 17yrs.; Sa; 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM; $182.50(R)/$192.50(NR) Sep 3-24; Course #16773 Oct 1-22; Course #16774 Nov 5-26; Course #16775 Location: Moonlight Beach; Instructor: Dawn Patrol Surf


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Adult Weekend Surf

Day Trip Surf Mission *NEW*

If you don’t surf yet, it is never too late to start. This class is offered every Saturday morning and is taught by a very educated and professional staff. We teach students about the tides, reefs, sandbars, winds, swells and how each of these elements affects the size and quality of waves. It is a perfect class for the beginner to intermediate level surfer. Age: 18 and up; Sa; 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM; $182.50(R)/$192.50(NR) Sep 3-24; Course #16764 Oct 1-22; Course #16765 Nov 5-26; Course #16766 Location: Moonlight Beach; Instructor: Dawn Patrol Surf

The Southern California coastline has so many good waves and diverse surf breaks, we created a class that is all about exploring, finding and surfing those amazing waves. One Saturday each month, we will take a day trip to a different surf spot within a 1-2 hour distance. We will decide where we are going on the Friday before, based on the overall surfing conditions such as winds, tides, swell directions and wave forecast. This unique surfing experience is offered only to the intermediate or advanced level surfer. Age: 14 and up; Sa; 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM; $152.50(R)/$162.50(NR) Sep 17; Course #16783 Oct 15; Course #16784 Nov 19; Course #16785 Location: Moonlight Beach; Instructor: Brent Stephens

Step Up Surf - After School Program Step Up is an advanced surf training program designed to help students work on their competitive skills and strategies while increasing their overall performance and endurance. Our staff is made up entirely of local professional and amateur surfers along with photographers and a nutritionist. Our emphasis is to maximize each individuals talents through proper training, physical and mental strength, proper nutrition, photo and video analysis and proper boards for size and skill level. We shoot both photos and video during each session for daily analysis, and we have more than 50 short-boards available for students to choose from to find that perfect size. Age: 10 - 17yrs.; W, Th; 3:30 - 5:30 PM; $252.50(R)/$262.50(NR) Sep 7-15; Course #16780 Oct 5-13; Course #16781 Nov 9-17; Course #16782 Location: Moonlight Beach; Instructor: Brent Stephens

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Surf Birthday Party *NEW* Learn to surf or improve your surfing skills with friends and family on your next birthday. Two hours of professional instruction, customized to the skill level, of each participant and beach setup is included. Additional services are available on request. Party is 3 hours in length and offered at any time of the day. Age: 3 and up; Su, M, Tu, W, Th, F, Sa; 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM; $62.50/$52.50 Sep 1-Nov 30; Course #16795 Location: Moonlight Beach; Instructor: Dawn Patrol Surf

Private Surf Lessons If you are a beginner surfer, or if you are looking to develop your surfing skills, our private surf instruction could be the right class for you. We offer one-on-one private instruction or small group private surf lessons with three students per instructor. Our private surf lessons are custom designed for either individuals, families or any type of group with any number of participants.To schedule a surf lesson, call (760) 633-2758 Monday - Thursday or (760) 519-3739 Friday & Saturday. Age: 5 and up; 1 Hour; $52.50(R)/$62.50(NR) 2 Hours; $102.50(R)/$112.50(NR) Location: Moonlight Beach; Instructor: Dawn Patrol Surf www.EncinitasRecReg.com

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All Senior Center programs are offered for those 50 years of age and up, unless otherwise noted. Classes are subject to change and may be cancelled if minimum participation is not met. Fee-based classes for the session require payment in full at the time of enrollment. You may register online, by mail or in person. Senior Center Phone Numbers Front Counter: (760) 943-2250 Lunch Reservations: (760) 943-2258 Out and About Transportation: (760) 943-2256 Senior Center Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Closed Sep 5, Nov 11, 24 & 25

Arts & Crafts Sittin’ & Knittin’ Knitters of all skill levels are invited to bring their yarn/ needles and work on projects with others who share their interest. No fee. Ongoing throughout the year. 4th Tuesday of every month Tu; 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM FREE; Sep 27, Oct 25, Nov 22 Location: Community & Senior Center Volunteer Facilitator: Valerie Divita

Computers Basic Computer and Beyond This 4 week course will help you get started in using a computer and then build upon those new basic skills. Course content will include hardware basics, mouse control, keyboard fundamentals, internet access, Email and word processing including creating, managing and accessing documents, files and folders and how to use editing features (select, copy, paste, move and delete). The course will conclude with how to use internet search engines and how to avoid online identity theft. M; 1:00 - 3:00 PM $60(R)/$63(NR); Sep 12-Oct 3; Course #16536 Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Ralph Selle

Buying and Selling on E-bay and Craigslist This 2 week course will teach you how to buy and sell goods on two of the most popular web sites on the World Wide Web. The course content will include the differences between the two sites, the major features relating to visiting these sites and the safety measures you should be aware of in using these sites. M; 1:00 - 3:00 PM $30(R)/$33(NR); Nov 21 & 28; Course #16546 Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Ralph Selle

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Digital Photo Workshop I & II This 2 week course will teach you how to transfer your digital pictures to your computer, create folders and albums, enhance and crop your photos, create a slideshow, save your photos to a CD or flash drive, make movies and videos with special effects, and add titles and music to your home-made movies. Please bring your camera and USB cable to the workshop. M; 1:00 - 3:00 PM $30(R)/$33(NR); Oct 17 & 24; Course #16537 Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Ralph Selle

Exploring Search Engines In the old days we looked in the dictionary, browsed our encyclopedia or spent hours at the library to find out how to spell, explain, or research something. Today we have search engines. This class will tell you how Google, Yahoo and Microsoft Bing will save you time and money. It will also help you with your online shopping needs. M; 1:00 - 3:00 PM $30(R)/$33(NR); Nov 7 & 14; Course #16545 Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Ralph Selle

Computer Tutoring Volunteers will aid you with a working knowledge of computer applications such as computer start up/ shut down, email attachments, word processing, spreadsheets and Internet Services. Tutors will also teach you how to register for classes online. You can work with Microsoft Word, Excel and Windows programs. This is offered on a first come, first served basis. This program is ongoing throughout the year. Tu; 10:00 - 11:30 AM Sep 6-Nov 29 Tutor: Judy Gura W; 9:30 - 11:30 AM Sep 7-Nov 30 Tutor: Tony Taussig W; 1:00 - 3:00 PM Sep 7-Nov 30 Tutor: Ralph Lydecker Th; 1:00 - 3:00 PM Sep 1-Nov 17 (No tutoring Sep 15, 22, & 29, Nov 24) Tutor: Tom Tindel F; 1:00 - 3:00 PM Sep 2-Nov 18 (No tutoring Nov 11, 25) Tutor: Jugesh “Jay” Saxena

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Dance Social Dances It is time to strike up the band and dance to the classic melodies of yesteryear! Couples and singles are welcome. Singles can look forward to “mixers” and “waterfalls.” Light refreshments are provided during intermission. There is a free raffle drawing at every dance. Admission is $5, payable at the door. 3rd Friday of every month F; 2:00 - 4:00 PM $5; Sep 16; The Pier Group $5; Oct 21; The Encores $5; Nov 18; The Sundance Band Location: Community & Senior Center

Ballroom Dance Come dance with us with or without a partner. Ballroom Dancing is fun and good for your health. It will improve your posture, coordination, balance, timing and concentration. You will learn the basic steps, how to lead and how to follow. This is a beginner/intermediate class. W; 1:30 - 2:30 PM $21(R)/$24(NR); Jitterbug; Sep 7-28; Course #16561 $16(R)/$19(NR); Foxtrot; Oct 5-19; Course #16562 (No class Oct 26) $21(R)/$24(NR); Rumba; Nov 2-30; Course #16563 (No class Nov 23) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Sandra Schroeder

Line Dancing

“Hula and Tahitian dance is a wonderful class. We use implements while performing dances. The class is very fun and exciting with lots of variety.” -Chen, Student Hula and Tahitian Dance Have fun with exercise while learning cultural dances from the Polynesian Islands of Hawaii and Tahiti. Hula instruction includes using implements such as feathered gourds and graceful fingers to tell stories. Tahitian dance instruction includes using ii’s while performing figure eights with your hips and much more. Beginning M; 2:00 - 3:00 PM $16(R)/$19(NR); Sep 12-26; Course #16553 (No class Sep 5) $16(R)/$19(NR); Oct 3-24; Course #16558 (No class Oct 17, 31) $21(R)/$24(NR); Nov 7-28; Course #16682 Intermediate Th; 2:00 - 3:00 PM $26(R)/$29(NR); Sep 1-29; Course #16551 $21(R)/$24(NR); Oct 6-27; Course #16552 $16(R)/$19(NR); Nov 3-17; Course #16683 (No class Nov 24) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Kailani Andreotti

Tap Dance - Level II Enjoy the benefits of exercising while tapping to different types of music. Explore a variety of step combinations and techniques. Class is ongoing throughout the year. Tu; 10:30 - 11:30 AM $21(R)/$24(NR); Sep 6-27; Course #16557 $21(R)/$24(NR); Oct 4-25; Course #16559 $21(R)/$24(NR); Nov 1-29; Course #16560 (No class Nov 22) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Yvonne Romano-Jessen

Form lines and dance to popular music while doing vines, jazzboxes and shuffles, etc. No partner required. Class is ongoing throughout the year. Cost: $16 for 5 coupons/classes.

Fitness

Beginning Level 1 (Some basic knowledge of beginning steps is required) M; 9:00 - 10:00 AM Sep 12-Nov 28 (No class Sep 5)

Participate in synchronized fitness, stretching, strengthening, balance, and coordination exercises. Exercise to music and build strength using elastic stretch bands. All fitness levels welcome (exercises may be performed while seated). Cost: $11 for 4 coupons/ classes. No expiration date for coupon books and no refunds or exchanges for lost coupons. M; 8:30 - 9:30 AM M; 10:15 - 11:15 AM Sep 12-Nov 28 (No class Sep 5) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Carl Grubbs

Beginning Level 2 F; 9:00 - 10:00 AM Sep 9-Nov 18 (No class Sep 2, Nov 11 & Nov 25) Intermediate F; 10:15 - 11:15 AM Sep 9-Nov 18 (No class Sep 2, Nov 11 & Nov 25) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Lois Spaulding

Exercise with Carl

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The Senior Computer Lab offers 14 Dell Internet accessible computers with software applications, one printer, and a scanner. Use of the computers, printer (please limit yourself to a maximum of 40 sheets of paper per day) and software is free and available when computer classes are not in session. M; 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM Tu, W, Th, F, 8:00 AM - 3:45 PM Sep 1-Nov 30 (closed Sep 5, Nov 11, 24 & 25)


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Fun Sway

Stretch and Meditate

This class is designed for those who love to “dance to the music.” Low impact movements with original upbeat songs from the 40s, 50s and 60s give a cardio workout that’s “fun with fitness” for all active adult ages and dance ability. Th; 10:00 - 11:00 AM $21(R)/$24(NR); Sep 8-29; Course #16569 (No class Sep 1) $21(R)/$24(NR); Oct 6-27; Course #16570 $16(R)/$19(NR); Nov 3-17; Course #16571 (No class Nov 24) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Charla Thomas

Ease into your week with this Monday morning Stretch and Meditate class. You’ll gently move, stretch and breathe with awareness in preparation for comfortable seated meditation. You’ll be guided into mindful meditation will help reduce stress and anxiety, increase the relaxation response, and open you to greater awareness and possibility. If you’ve wanted to experience meditation in a friendly setting, this is the group for you! M; 8:30 - 9:30 AM $16(R)/$19(NR); Sep 12-26; Course #16579 (No class Sep 5) $26(R)/$29(NR); Oct 3-31; Course #16580 $21(R)/$24(NR); Nov 7-28; Course #16581 Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Susan Behr

Pickleball Pickleball is easier than tennis, more fun than badminton and a little slower paced than ping pong. It is a social sport without being physically demanding. All basics and rules of the game are taught, as well as advanced techniques. Equipment is furnished by instructor. F; 1:30 - 3:00 PM FREE; Sep 9-Nov 18 (No class Nov 11, 25) Location: Community & Senior Center Volunteer Facilitator: Pat Carroll

Pickleball Open Play Come practice your skills. Please check the gym calendar at www.encinitasrecreg.com for Pickleball play time. Please sign the waiver before playing. W: 8:30 -10:30 AM FREE; Sep 7-Nov 30 Location: Community & Senior Center Volunteer Facilitator: Pat Carroll

Pilates Mat Class Pilates is the perfect method of body conditioning. Pilates exercises focus on conditioning the whole body and strengthening the core and spinal muscles. Build a strong, supple, and toned body. Improve posture and flexibility while reducing stress. Class instruction will be modified to fit your physical abilities. Please wear comfortable clothing. W; 12:15 - 1:15 PM $21(R)/$24(NR); Sep 7-28; Course #16577 $16(R)/$19(NR); Oct 5-19; Course #16578 (No class Oct 26) $21(R)/$24(NR); Nov 2-30; Course #16566 (No class Nov 23) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Sandra Schroeder

Qi Gong Qi Gong is an ancient system developed in Asia for overall fitness and health. Participants will engage in simple, fluid motions that include standing, movement and sitting. Th; 8:30 - 9:30 AM $26(R)/$29(NR); Sep 1-29; Course #16574 $21(R)/$24(NR); Oct 6-27; Course #16575 $16(R)/$19(NR); Nov 3-17; Course #16576 (No class Nov 24) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Andrew Jones

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T’ai Chi Chih Tai Chi Chih is a moving meditation that promotes health, energy, serenity and longevity. Its 20 powerful movements are easy to learn and practice. They are adaptable to anyone’s physical condition, even if in a wheelchair. In the Beginning class, you will learn 16 movements over a 3 month period. Special guidelines apply. In the Intermediate class, any movements not mastered will be reviewed. Refine and deepen the practice of all 20 movements for a stronger flow of Chi. Prerequisite for the intermediate class is beginning T’ai Chi Chih and/or knowledge of at least 15 of the 20 movements. Please call for details. Beginning (Sep is the 1st month of a 3-month series) F; 12:00 - 1:00 PM $21(R)/$24(NR); Sep 9-30; Course #16600 (No class Sep 2) $16(R)/$19(NR); Oct 7-21; Course #16601 (No class Oct 28) $11(R)/$14(NR); Nov 4-18; Course #16602 (No class Nov 11, 25) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Pam Towne Intermediate F; 10:30 - 11:30 AM $21(R)/$24(NR); Sep 9-30; Course #16597 (No class Sep 2) $16(R)/$19(NR); Oct 7-21; Course #16598 (No class Oct 28) $11(R)/$14(NR); Nov 4-18; Course #16599 (No class Nov 11, 25) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Pam Towne W; 10:30 - 11:30 AM $16(R)/$19(NR); Sep 7-21; Course #16603 (No class Sep 28) $16(R)/$19(NR); Oct 5-26; Course #16604 (No class Oct 12) $21(R)/$24(NR); Nov 2-30; Course #16605 (No class Nov 23) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Christina Tillotson

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Yoga for Self Healing and Joy

Tu; 10:00 - 11:00 AM $21(R)/$24(NR); Sep 6-27; Course #16591 $21(R)/$24(NR); Oct 4-25; Course #16592 $26(R)/$29(NR); Nov 1-29; Course #16593 W; 8:30 - 9:30 AM $21(R)/$24(NR); Sep 7-28; Course #16594 $21(R)/$24(NR); Oct 5-26; Course #16595 $26(R)/$29(NR); Nov 2-30; Course #16596 F; 8:30 - 9:30 AM $21(R)/$24(NR); Sep 2-30; Course #16585 (No class Sep 23) $21(R)/$24(NR); Oct 7-28; Course #16586 $11(R)/$14(NR); Nov 4-18; Course #16587 (No class Nov 11, 25) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Susan Behr

Silver Age Yoga This is a 60 minute Yoga class open to all seniors. Enjoy the benefits of Yoga from the comfort of your chair or the floor. All fitness levels can benefit from this class. Monthly registration is required. No refunds. M; 2:00 - 3:00 PM $4; Sep 12-26; Course #16582 (No class Sep 5) $4; Oct 3-31; Course #16583 $4; Nov 7-28; Course #16584 Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Silver Age Volunteer

Zumba Gold Zumba Gold can leave a person with a “feel good” sensation by using easy to follow dance steps, coupled with infectious music, to create a truly fun and party-like atmosphere. This class is a moderate cardio workout for all levels and abilities. Dance your way to vibrant health. Dress lightly and bring water. Tu; 1:00 - 2:00 PM $21(R)/$24(NR); Sep 6-27; Course #16572 $21(R)/$24(NR); Oct 4-25; Course #16573 $21(R)/$24(NR); Nov 1-29; Course #16617 (No class Nov 22) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Donna Billmeyer

Duplicate Bridge Play Improve your skill level, concentration and memory by playing the challenging game of ACBL sanctioned Duplicate Bridge. This is a weekly ongoing program, so you may participate at any time throughout the year. Cost is $41 for a book of 8 play coupons/play sessions. No expiration date for coupon books. No refunds or exchanges. Th; 12:30 - 3:30 PM Sep 1-Nov 17 (No bridge Nov 24) Location: Community & Senior Center Director: Paul Landrum & Assistant Bill Eblen

Mah Jong We look forward to your participation in this relaxed environment where all levels of friendly competition are welcome. Th; 12:30 - 3:30 PM FREE; Sep 1-Nov 17 (No play Nov 24) Location: Community & Senior Center

Party Bridge We look forward to your participation in this relaxed environment where all levels of friendly competition are welcome. Th; 12:30-3:30 PM FREE; Sep 1-Nov 17 (No bridge Nov 24) Location: Community & Senior Center

Pool Tournament The Encinitas Senior Center hosts quarterly Pool Tournaments in January, April, July and October. Tournaments are held the third Thursday of the month at 11:00 AM. Refreshments will be provided and there is no fee to participate. Prizes will be awarded to the 1st place winner! Th; 11:00 AM-3:30 PM FREE; Oct 20 Location: Community & Senior Center

Music Appreciation Sing for your Life It’s a singing party! Uplifting music, great company and all around fun! No auditions. Open to everyone. Performances are optional. F; 10:30 - 11:30 AM $21(R)/$24(NR); Sep 2-30; Course #16622 (No class Sep 9) $21(R)/$24(NR); Oct 7-28; Course #16623 $11(R)/$14(NR); Nov 4-18; Course #16624 (No class Nov 11) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Chanara Casey Richmond

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Enjoy the healing practice of yoga in this beginning to intermediate class designed to balance and align body, mind, emotions, spirit, and life energy. We’ll practice breathing and centering, flow in and out of yoga poses that stretch, strengthen, and energize, and finally recline in guided relaxation. You’ll leave with a joyful sense of well being! Please bring a yoga mat. Tu; 8:30 - 9:30 AM $21(R)/$24(NR); Sep 6-27; Course #16588 $21(R)/$24(NR); Oct 4-25; Course #16589 $26(R)/$29(NR); Nov 1-29; Course #16590

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Little Oaks Cafe Come enjoy a delicious meal served in the Banquet Hall, and check out the new Soup and Salad bar! Reservations are required and can be made up until 8:00 AM of the day you would like to have lunch, by calling (760) 943-2258. Although reservations are required for a guaranteed meal, extras may be available on a firstcome-first-served basis for those without a reservation. Check the menus available at the Senior Center for daily meal options. This program is supported by donations, the Older Americans Act with funds awarded to the City of Encinitas by the County of San Diego Aging and Independence Services, and the City of Encinitas. Seniors 60+ suggested donation of $4. No eligible person shall be denied a meal because of failure or inability to contribute. Under 60 there is a mandatory fee of $6. M, Tu, W, Th, F; 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM Sep 1-Nov 30 (No lunch Sep 5, Nov 11, 24 & 25) Location: Community & Senior Center Nutrition Coordinators: Mary Santander & Judy Esquivel

Nutrition Project Council The most effective way to ensure that the Nutrition Program is addressing the needs of the senior community is to have a participant advisory body, the Nutrition Project Council. It is the purpose of this Council to advise the contractor’s Nutrition Coordinator on matters relating to the provision of nutrition. Everyone is welcome to attend. 2nd Friday of every other month F; 9:30 - 11:30 AM FREE; Sep 9, Nov 4 (1st Friday) Location: Community & Senior Center Nutrition Coordinators: Mary Santander & Judy Esquivel

Outreach Services AARP Driver’s Safety Program This is the Nation’s first and largest 8 hour classroom refresher course designed especially for drivers 55+. Insurance companies offer discounts to graduates of the program. Cost is $12 with an AARP card and $14 for general public per person. Fee must be paid by check made payable to AARP only. Be sure to bring your AARP card to class. 2nd & 3rd Tuesday of every other month Tu; 12:30 - 4:30 PM Sep 13 & 20, Nov 15 & 22 Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Carl Palechek

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The Angel’s Depot Program The Encinitas Senior Center has partnered with Angel’s Depot, a nonprofit, charitable agency that packs nonperishable, nutritionally balanced boxes of food for low income senior citizens. The FREE food boxes from Angel’s Depot are delivered to the Center monthly and distributed at the Senior Center. The program is for Encinitas residents ages 60+ or 55+ with a disability who meet the income qualifications. Please call Arlene Copper at (760) 560-6539 for additional eligibility requirements and an application. Location: Community & Senior Center

Bereavement Support Group “As they participate, they remember; as they remember, they grieve, as they grieve, they heal.” For those looking to find help and healing from the loss of a loved onecome and participate in this ongoing grief support group, led by Bereavement Counselors from Hospice By the Sea. Each session will provide participants with space to share their stories as well as exercises and instruction related to navigating their grief and loss processes. 1st and 3rd Monday of the month M; 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM FREE; Sep 5 & 19, Oct 3 & 17, Nov 7 & 21 Location: Community & Senior Center Volunteer Facilitator: Chris Sikora and Jean Sheppard

Blood Pressure Clinic An EMT from San Diego Medical Services is available to check your blood pressure. 1st and 3rd Friday of every month F; 9:30 - 11:30 AM FREE; Sep 2 & 16, Oct 7 & 21, Nov 4 & 18 Location: Community & Senior Center

Diabetes Support Group Seniors dealing with diabetes or who have a family member who has diabetes are invited to attend the Support Group. Information and emotional aid are offered. 3rd Tuesday of each month Tu; 10:00 - 11:00 AM FREE; Sep 20, Oct 18 (No meeting in Nov) Location: Community & Senior Center Volunteer Facilitator: Tracy Lewis

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An attorney can help you with legal services such as wills, family issues, fraud, neglect, power of attorney and other legal issues. Appointments required; call (760) 439-2535 ext. 205 or 208. Ages 60 and up. 1st Tuesday of every month Tu; 1:00 - 3:30 PM FREE; Sep 6, Oct 4, Nov 1 Location: Community & Senior Center Attorney: Karin Schumacher

Discussion of current events presented in a round table format offers individuals the opportunity to share their opinions and learn from each other. If you like to discuss news, topics on C-SPAN, or talk radio, this is for you. Tu; 1:30 - 3:00 PM FREE; Sep 6-Nov 29 Location: Community & Senior Center

HICAP Counseling HICAP stands for Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program. Ask a counselor about Medicare, supplemental insurance, HMO options and medical bills. By appointment only; call (800) 434-0222. Ages 60 and up. 2nd, 3rd, & 4th Tuesday of the month Tu; 9:00 - 11:00 AM FREE: Sep 13, 20, 27, Oct 10, 17, 24, Nov 8, 15, 22 Counselor: Edna Rosenthal 2nd Thursday of the month Th 9:30 - 12:30 PM FREE; Sep 8, Oct 13, Nov 10 Location: Community & Senior Center Counselor: Joanne Fink

Project C.A.R.E. Project C.A.R.E. is a FREE “Safety Net” program of services for Encinitas seniors. If you live alone, this is a great resource. Services include: Postal Alert, Gatekeeper, Vial of Life, Home Safety Check and information and referrals. Call (760) 943-2250 for more information. Location: Community & Senior Center

Volunteer Opportunities Volunteers are vital to the Senior Center. Volunteers assist with Senior Dances, the Nutrition Program, Out and About Transportation, Instructional Classes and much more. Please pick up an application from the Senior Center front counter if any of the above opportunities interest you and you have some time to give.

Special Interest Book Club The Book Club explores a wide variety of books ranging from fiction to nonfiction. Book selection is determined jointly by the facilitator and the group. Call the Senior Center to get the name of the current book. 3rd Wednesday of every month W; 1:00 - 2:30 PM FREE; Sep 21, Oct 19, Nov 16 Location: Community & Senior Center

Hearing Healthcare Screening Older Adults are commonly affected by hearing loss, but only about 11% of people over 65 receive hearing screenings at their physical exams. A hearing problem can make it hard to enjoy talking with family and friends, listening to TV or radio, and communicating on the phone. It can also make it difficult to hear doctors, doorbells, and alarms. This can be frustrating, embarrassing and dangerous. This Hearing Health Screening will use multiple tools to identify possible hearing loss and other conditions that may require further audiologic or medical assessment. Limited space, Appointment required, Call (760) 943-2250. F; 1:00 - 3:00 PM FREE; Sep 23 Location: Community & Senior Center

Introduction to Memoir Writing This 6 week class will focus on general principles of memoir writing, identifying the difference between an autobiography and a memoir, and what to include in a memoir. We will discuss length, structure, style elements and intended audience. Class consists of a mixture of writing concepts and practice sessions to jump start the process. M; 1:00 - 2:00 PM $31(R)/$34(NR); Sep 12-Oct 17; Course #16668 Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Rosalie Cushman

Intermediate Memoir Writing This 6 week class furthers the process of describing an individual life and your point of view. Principles focused on will include vignettes that have meaning, how much to tell or leave out, when to be general versus detailed, and developing the ‘teeth’ of your story. The class will include examples of above principles with a greater time devoted to the actual drafting of your story. M; 1:00 - 2:00 PM $31(R)/$34(NR); Oct 24-Nov 28; Course #16669 Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Rosalie Cushman

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Italian Conversation

Movie Classics

Speak, read and write Italian with others who enjoy the language and want to improve their skills. All levels are welcome to attend, although some basic Italian is desired. Th; 1:00 - 3:00 PM FREE; Sep 1-Nov 17 (No class Nov 24) Location: Community & Senior Center Volunteer Facilitator: Donald Cifarelli

Are you interested in how literary classics have been portrayed on the big screen? This monthly program will look at how movie versions of famous and popular novels are described, contrasted, and discussed. Movie suggestions are welcomed and encouraged. Please call (760) 943-2250 for each month’s movie showing. 2nd Wednesday of every month W; 1:00 - 4:00 PM FREE; Sep 14, Oct 12, Nov 9 Location: Community & Senior Center Volunteer Facilitator: Carol Ashworth

Mindful Aging I This 4-week, 2 hour experiential class focuses on learning simple ways to manage stress and achieve optimal health and wellness, as we age. Develop techniques for calming the mind by increasing awareness of breath, and learn how to be more aware of the body’s needs by learning sensitivity and relaxation techniques. The program is based on the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center and used in medical and health centers all around the world. Th; 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM $41(R)/$44(NR); Sep 1-22; Course #16650 Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Livia Walsh, RN, LMFT

Presentation What You Need to Know About Your Eyes This presentation will be a practical and useful review of common eye conditions and problems. Signs and symptoms to watch for will be reviewed, as well as what to do. Advice will be given on how to best take care of the eyes. All questions will be answered by Christopher Spellman, M.D. W; 10:30 - 11:30 AM FREE; Nov 16 Location: Community & Senior Center

Mindful Aging II In this 6 week course you will continue on learning simple ways to manage stress and achieve optimal health and wellness, as we age. Develop techniques for calming the mind by increasing awareness of breath, and learn how to be more aware of the body’s needs by learning sensitivity and relaxation techniques. The program is based on the Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction Program developed by Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D at the University of Massachusetts Medical Center and used in medical and health centers all around the world. Th; 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM $61(R)/$64(NR); Oct 13-Nov 17; Course #16661 Location: Community & Senior Center

Gift Certificates Give fun, fitness, a new skill, an unforgettable experience...the possibilities are endless. Certificates are non-refundable. Purchase in person or online. Certificates purchased online will be mailed. Certificates are redeemable in person for Encinitas Recreation classes and redeemed for the full value at the time of use. Unused balances will be applied as a credit to your account.

$25.00 — use course #16969 $50.00 — use course #16970 $100.00 — use course #16971

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Senior Commission Meeting The Senior Commission meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 2:00 PM in Council Chambers at Encinitas City Hall. Please note that they are dark in July, August and December. The public is welcome to attend the meetings. 3rd Tuesday of the month Tu; 2:00 - 3:00 PM FREE; Sep 20, Oct 18, Nov 15 Location: Encinitas City Hall

Advanced Beginner Instructional Spanish This class is for those familiar with some Spanish who want more conversation and to expand their vocabulary. You will conjugate verbs and learn more expressions. The instructor will be using the book, Spanish is Fun, by Heywood Wald, Book 2, 2nd Edition. You will need to purchase the book separately. F; 12:30 - 1:30 PM $16(R)/$19(NR); Sep 16-30; Course #16655 (No class Sep 2, 9) $21(R)/$24(NR); Oct 7-28; Course #16659 $11(R)/$14(NR); Nov 4-18 Course #16660 (No class Nov 11, 25) Location: Community & Senior Center Instructor: Raquel Shantal

Spanish Conversation Beginning First time students, please call (760) 943-2250 to verify if class will be held the week you want to come, as these free programs are facilitated by a volunteer. W; 8:15 - 9:00 AM FREE; Sep 7-Nov 30 Intermediate/Advanced Spanish Conversation W; 9:00 - 10:00 AM FREE; Sep 7-Nov 30 Location: Community & Senior Center Volunteer Facilitator: Sam Gelbart

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Get involved and socialize with other seniors in the community. The Senior Singles Club meets the last Wednesday of every month to plan group gatherings to community events, leisure walks, dinner, and much more. Last Wednesday of every month W; 10:30 - 11:30 AM FREE; Sep 26, Oct 28, Nov 26 Location: Community & Senior Center Volunteer Facilitator: Lucille Brown

Stamp Club The Stamp Club brings together stamp collecting enthusiasts who are looking to share individual and unusual stamp stories, trade stamps, and discuss upcoming meeting topics. 1st Wednesday of each month W; 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM FREE; Sep 7, Oct 5, Nov 2 Location: Community & Senior Center Volunteer Facilitator: Dave Montag

Transportation LIFT Lift offers curb-to-curb transportation for ADA certified passengers. For an application call (760) 966-6525. To schedule a ride call (760) 726-1111.

NCTD Breeze For public bus service call (800) 266-6883.

Out and About Encinitas - Get on Board! Are you an Encinitas senior citizen resident with no means of transportation? If so, you may be eligible to become a passenger. Volunteer drivers will take you to the grocery store, doctor appointments, pharmacy, Senior Center and many other locations in Encinitas. Call Gail Dupler, Transportation Coordinator at (760) 943-2256 to request an application. There is no charge. At the present time, approved Out and About Passengers are being put on a wait list. When additional drivers become available, passengers will be notified in the order the applications were received.

Out & About Volunteer Driver Opportunity The Senior Center is always seeking more volunteer drivers to keep up with the Out and About passenger demand. If you would like to volunteer a few hours a week and receive mileage reimbursement, please notify Gail Dupler, Transportation Coordinator at (760) 943-2256.

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Program Policies

Encinitas 25Yesterday, Today & Tomorrow

Inclusion Policy

On October 1, the City celebrates 25 years since its incorporation in 1986. Event festivities will include live performances, exhibitors, food, prizes and more. This year’s event theme is in line with the City’s General Plan theme of “Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow.” The San Dieguito Heritage Museum will provide displays depicting the “yesterday” of Encinitas. The many cultural, community and civic group booths will showcase the best of what Encinitas offers “today,” and an area displaying future City projects, including the update of the City’s General Plan will represent the “tomorrow” in the theme. Adding to the fun of the City’s anniversary celebration, in conjunction with the City event, the San Dieguito Heritage Museum will present its 3rd annual Lima Bean Cook-off, with local chefs competing to see who can bring taste and style to the lowly lima bean. Believe it or not, before there were flowers, lima beans were an important crop to the early inhabitants of Encinitas. To celebrate this agricultural history, the Lima Bean Cook-Off will offer many delicious dishes. Still, if lima beans aren’t your thing, the event will also offer for sale delicious culinary offerings from a selection of favorite local eateries. FREE Saturday, October 1 12:00 - 4:00 PM Location: San Dieguito Heritage Museum450 Quail Gardens Drive in Encinitas

Stars in the Park Bring the family out for a fun night of entertainment with Stars in the Park. Enjoy a fun night watching movies in two of the city’s beautiful parks. Movies are free and start at 8 PM. Feel free to bring blankets and low back hairs. For more information please call (760) 633-2740. Megamind Age: 1 and up; Sa; 8:00 - 10:00 PM; FREE Sep 24; Course #16815 Location: Cottonwood Creek Park; Instructor: TBA Toy Story 3 Age: 1 and up; Sa; 7:00 - 9:00 PM; FREE Oct 22; Course #16817 Location: Cardiff Sports Park; Instructor: TBA

Event Sponsorship Opportunities Partnering up with Parks and Rec is a great way to promote your business and to show your support in the community. We offer different levels of sponsorship to fit any budget. Call (760) 633-2740 for info.

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The City is an affirmative action public entity and does not discriminate on the basis of race/color, ethnic origin, national origin, sex, religion, age, veteran status or physical or mental disability in employment or the provision of service. The City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department believes that the inclusion of all people in recreation programs serves to strengthen individuals, bonds communities and enhances the quality of life for everyone. We are committed to the support of inclusive programs and opportunities to increase individual potential for full and active participation in all activities and experiences. Requests for accommodations will be considered on a case-bycase basis. If you require an accommodation, or need further information concerning inclusive or specialized recreation and accommodation for a city program, please contact as soon as possible or no later than 72 hours prior to disability accommodations being needed via email at parksrec@cityofencinitas.org or call us at (760) 633-2740.

Code of Conduct The City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department Code of Conduct is to ensure respectful and safe participation in Encinitas recreation programs and activities. Participants, as well as parents of participating minors, may be required to sign Code of Conduct forms to acknowledge program rules, goals, expected behavior and/or consequential actions to support a positive and valued learning and/or recreational experience. This Code is also to be considered and adhered to by all contracted, voluntary and other support Staff.

Transfer / Refunds / Cancellation Policy

Transfers are permitted up to five (5) days before the start of the class/program. A $5.00 Transfer Fee will be charged on all transfers approved. Cancellations /Refunds – Activities are subject to change. A full refund (minus the Administration Fee) will be issued for any class/program cancelled by the City. No cancellations/refunds requested by participants will be issued after the class/program begins. If you cancel at least five (5) days before the class/program begins, you will receive a refund minus a $10.00 Refund Fee and the Administration Fee. Refunds are not issued for inclement weather. Refunds may take 2-3 weeks to process. No credit issued for future activity registrations.


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Registration Date: 2011 FALL Programs Beginning at 8 AM on August 1: Encinitas Resident/Non-Resident

RESIDENT / NON-RESIDENT PRICING Different rates apply to Encinitas residents and non-residents. Resident rate indicated with an (R) next to the cost. Non-resident rate indicated with an (NR) next to the cost.

HOw To REgister 1. RecReg Online Registration (www.EncinitasRecReg.com) Icon next to class title in this brochure indicates Internet registration is available. You will need a Client # and Account PIN # and a valid Visa or MasterCard. If you don’t already have an account, follow the simple online tutorial to create your own account and start using RecReg. (See inside back cover for more details.) 2. Walk-In: Come by and register in person. We prefer payment by VISA or MasterCard, or by check or money order, payable to the City of Encinitas. The Parks and Recreation office at City Hall is open Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM and is closed on alternating Fridays. The Encinitas Community and Senior Center is open for registration Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM. 3. Mail-In: Mail your completed and signed Activity Registration Form along with a check or money order payable to the City of Encinitas. For classes held at the Encinitas Community and Senior Center, mail to: Encinitas Community and Senior Center, 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive, Encinitas, CA 92024. For other programs and activities, mail to: City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department, 505 S. Vulcan Avenue, Encinitas, CA 92024. GENERAL INFORMATION 1. Make all checks payable to City of Encinitas. 2. Payment in full required at time of registration. 3. Programs may have limited enrollment. You may be put on a wait list if program is full. 4. All classes subject to time/date change. 5. $2.50 non-refundable registration processing fee is included in each course registration fee. $1 fee for Senior Center programs. REFUNDS/CANCELLATION POLICY • A full refund of course fees (excludes processing fees) will be issued for any program cancelled by the City. Activities are subject to change. • If you cancel at least five (5) working days before the activity starts, you will receive a refund of course fees (excludes processing fees). There is a $20 processing fee for cancellations in Day Camp, Youth Sports Camps/Clinics/ Leagues and Jr. Lifeguard programs (per child, per session). No refunds after start date in all programs. • Transfers are permitted within same activity (Day Camp week to another Day Camp week), if requested at least five (5) working days before activity starts. There is a $20 processing fee for transfers. • Refunds are not issued for inclement weather. • Refunds take 2-3 weeks to process. • Credits are not issued for future programs. www.EncinitasRecReg.com

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Registration Date: 2011 FALL Programs Beginning at 8 AM on August 1: Encinitas Resident/Non-Resident

how to sign up for a class on the internet at:

EncinitasRecReg.com

For Internet Assistance Call: Community Center: (760) 943-2260 Monday – Saturday: 8 AM – 10 PM Sunday: 12 PM – 5 PM Parks & Recreation Department Office: (760) 633-2740 Monday – Friday: 7 AM – 6 PM (closed on alternating Fridays)

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FeelingFit 2011

Saturday, August 20 10am - 2pm Leo Mullen Sports Park 951 Via Cantebria • Encinitas, CA 92024

• 30ft Tall Rock Wall

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Festival

FREE! All festival ee re fr iv act ities a blic. u p e to th

• Surfing Simulator • Jousting Arena • Golfing Simulator • Face Painting • Guided Trail Hikes • Sports Demos • Raffles & Giveaways! • Health and Wellness vendors ready to help you achieve your fitness goals • Free Literature on Active Health Life Styles

presented in partnership with the Encinitas Chamber of Commerce Community Outreach Fund

EncinitasParksAndRec.com


Encinitas Fall 2011 Recreation Guide Brochure