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RECREATION GUIDE

FALL/ WINTER 2013

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CONTACT INFORMATION Recreation Division Office 3231 Main Street Oakley, Ca 94561 Registration and Information Desk 925-625-7041

Recreation Manager 925-625-7042 bruno@ci.oakley.ca.us Recreation Technician Cindy Coelho 925-625-7044 coelho@ci.oakley.ca.us Oakley Recreation Buildings (ORB) 1250 O’Hara Ave Oakley, Ca 94561 White House (Community Annex) 204 Second Street Oakley, Ca 94561

Registration Form ........................ Lego Camp ................................. Karate ......................................... Online Drivers Ed......................... Urban Jazz Dance ....................... Creative Movement ..................... Tennis ......... ................................ Origins of Oakley ......................... Bocce Ball ... ............................... Exploring the Delta ...................... Basketball Class.......................... Zumba ......................................... Oakley Library Programs ............ Kids Soccer ................................. Adopt-A-Park ............................... Parks Matrix ................................ Facility Rentals ............................ Parks Map ................................... You, Me, We= Oakley ................. Online Classes ........................... After School Program .................. Youth Advisory Council .............. Christmas Tree Lighting ............. Brunch with Santa ....................... Leer Para Crecer ......................... Marsh Creek Coastal Clean Up ..

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Lindsey Bruno

Table of Contents

Classes in Spanish ..................... 25-30 Community Contacts ................... 30 Sponsors ..................................... 31

The Recreation Division reserves the right to photograph and video record events, programs, classes and facilities for advertising use on our web site, and recreation guide only.

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PRE-REGISTRATION Please register one week prior to the class start date. Each class has a minimum enrollment requirement to cover the cost of the program. Early registration is recommended.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

ACCOMMODATIONS Please indicate special accommodations required on the registration form and speak to the program supervisor. REFUNDS If you are not satisfied with a program you have attended please contact the program supervisor for refund information. YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP Scholarships are available for income-qualified youth who reside in Oakley. Applications are available online and at City Hall. WHAT SHOULD I BRING? Required items will be listed in the class or program description. For questions please contact the program supervisor. PLAN AHEAD City Hall is closed the first and third Friday of every month.

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Participant Name: ____________________________________ Program Name:

Program Number: Oakley Resident:

Age/Grade:

Program Fee:

Total: Parent/Guardian (If under 18): __________________________________ Street Address: __________________________________ State: ________

Zip: ________

Day Phone: ___________

Evening Phone: ___________

Mobile Phone: __________

E-mail Address: ____________________________________ Please make checks payable to The City of Oakley (Return check fee of $57.00 will be automatically charged to the liable guardian or participant of said activity) As the parent/guardian of a minor participating in the City of Oakley’s Recreation Programs, Field Trip and Services, I recognize and acknowledge that there are certain risks of physical injury. This Waiver, Release and Indemnity Agreement is intended to discharge in advance the City of Oakley, the Oakley Union School District, the Liberty Union High School District and its officers, employees, volunteers, and agents from any and all liability arising out of or connected in any way with myself or my child/ward’s participation in said activity, even though that liability may arise out of negligence or carelessness on the part of the persons or entities mentioned above. It is further agreed that this Waiver, Release and Indemnity Agreement is to be binding on my heirs and assignees. I agree to assume the full risk of any injuries, damages or loss that I or my minor child/ward may sustain as a result of participating in any and all activities connected with or associated with each activity. I additionally agree to indemnify the City against any claims or rights of action for damages which I or the minors has/have before or after they reach age of majority. I further agree that certain marketable information may be used in accordance with State Laws and regulations. Such items include: e-mail addresses, photos and press releases that include statements made by myself or my child/ ward in publication of said activities. In the event of any emergency, I authorize City Officials to secure from any licensed hospital, physician, and/or medical personnel any treatment deemed necessary for my minor child’s immediate and emergency care if it be deemed to sustain life. I also agree that I will be responsible for payment of any and all medical services rendered. In case of an emergency during activities

REGISTRATION FORM

City: ______________

In case of emergency whom should we contact?

Name: __________________

Phone:_____________

Relationship: _____________

Name: __________________

Phone: _____________

Relationship: _____________

Physician: ______________

Insurance Carrier: ______________

Group Number: ______________

Does your child take any medications or have any allergies or other health problems we should be aware of? If yes, please explain:

_________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________________ * I agree to all of the above conditions: * I understand that I am subject to dismissal from participation of said activity for inappropriate and disrespectful behavior. * I understand that my child’s/ wards enrollment is subject to dismissal due to certain violations of the Recreation Division’s program code of conduct (available for viewing in the Recreation Division main office.) * I have read and fully understand the above Waiver, Release and Indemnity Agreement and Permission to Secure Treatment. Participant/ Guardian Signature: ___________________________ For Office Use Only: Date Received: ________________

Shirt Size: _____________

Date: ______________

Gender:____________

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LEGO FALL CAMP 6-12 years old Iron House Elementary School Library Instructor: Wes Pitter

YOUTH AND KIDS

Age: Location:

PANDE’S BLACK DRAGON KARATE Age: 12 years old and up Location: 1250 O’hara Ave Instructor: Grand Master Luis Pande

Do you want to have fun this fall? Lego Camp is where to be! At this weeklong camp, you can build with a huge, expertly sorted Lego collection. You will win a prize and may even take home a trophy! You’ll see old friends and make new ones! Mr. Pitter is a Lego expert who will have lots of fun activities for you to do. Snacks will be provided daily and every camper builds a Lego creation to take home the last day of camp.

Hosted on Mondays and Wednesdays for a total of 12 instructional hours; participants will learn discipline and respect for ones self and others in a fun, safe atmosphere. Learn karate movements, skills and techniques.* All testing fees are payable to the instructor prior to the test.

Fee: $150 Residents $160 Non-Residents

No class on 12/25, 1/1, 1/20, 2/17

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Mon- Fri.

9:00am-12:00pm

PANDE’S BLACK DRAGON KARATE Age: 4-11 years old Location: 1250 O’hara Ave Instructor: Grand Master Luis Pande Hosted on Mondays and Wednesdays for a total of 12 instructional hours, participants will learn discipline and respect for ones self and others in a fun, safe environment. Students will learn karate movements, skills and techniques. * All testing fees are payable to the instructor prior to the test. Fee: $60 Residents $70 Non-Residents BDK029 9/16-10/23

Mon. & Wed 5:30pm-6:30pm

BDK030 10/28-12/4

Mon. & Wed 5:30pm-6:30pm

BDK031 12/9-1/15

Mon. & Wed 5:30pm-6:30pm

BDK032 1/20-2/26

Mon. & Wed 5:30pm-6:30pm

No class on 12/25, 1/1, 1/20, 2/17

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Fee: $60 Residents $70 Non-Residents K029 9/16-10/23

Mon. & Wed

6:30pm-7:30pm

K030 10/28-12/4

Mon. & Wed

6:30pm-7”30pm

K031 12/9-1/15

Mon. & Wed

6:30pm-7:30pm

K032 1/20-2/26

Mon. & Wed

5:30pm-6:30pm

ONLINE DRIVER’S EDUCATION Age: 15 years old and up Location: Online Instructor: Erika Vieyra Are you tired of asking your parents and friends for a ride? Are you at least 15 years of age? If so, this class is for you! This is an interactive, online course with videos, animated driving scenarios and sample test questions. Learn the rules of the road, major causes of traffic collisions, DMV procedures and much more. Receive a DMV-approved Certificate of Completion which is required for teens under 17 ½ years of age in order to obtain a learner’s permit and driver’s license. Students must register at City Hall, 3231 Main Street Oakley. Valid email address required. Fee: $59 Residents $69 Non-Residents

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URBAN JAZZ DANCE Age: 7-13 years old Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave Instructor: Jabris Rucker This dynamic and innovative class of exciting leaps and turns builds confidence while students learn diverse dance styles, including lyrical, modern and ballet. This class will introduce a variety of music genres such as Jazz, Blues, Pop, Funk, and Rhythm & Blues. Students will develop physical strength, technique, performance quality, personal style and creativity through movement. Each class will be structured into 3 parts, warm-up and stretching, technique and dance vocabulary, and choreography. A dance demonstration will be provided for family and friends on Thursday, Dec. 5 at 4:15pm.

UJD005

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4:30pm-5:30pm

UJD006 UJD007

10/24-12/12 Thur. 1/9-2/13 Thur.

4:30pm-5:30pm 4:30pm-5:30pm

UJD008

2/20-3/27

4:30pm-5:30pm

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CMD005

9/12-10/17

Thur.

3:45pm-4:30pm

CM006 CM007

10/24-12/12 Thur. 1/9-2/13 Thur.

3:45pm-4:30pm 3:45pm-4:30pm

CM008

2/20-3/27

3:45pm-4:30pm

Thur.

No class on 10/31 or 11/28

10 AND UNDER JUNIOR TENNIS Age: 4-10 years old Location: Diamond Hills Sports Club Instructor: Diamond Hills Staff This class is designed for first-time and experienced players alike. Kids will be grouped, based on skill level. Appropriate Quick Start Tennis Equipment will be used to ensure the success of each child. Instruction will cover warm-up and hand-eye coordination drills as well as basic fundamentals of proper stroke development. Students will learn to rally, score and play out points in no time! Fee: $85 Residents $95 Non-Residents KTEN006

10/14-11/18

Mon. 4:00pm-5:00pm

No class on 10/31 or 11/28

CREATIVE MOVEMENT Age: 3-6 years old Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave Instructor: Jabris Rucker Creative Movement is a fun class that encourages students to use their imaginations, express individuality through improvisation, improve motor skills, and build self-esteem as they learn the basics of dance. Each class will be structured into 5 parts: creative play, warm-up and stretching, technique and dance vocabulary, choreography, and dance games. A Creative Movement Winter Performance will be held on Dec. 4 at 4:15pm. Students are expected to wear dance attire or comfortable work-out gear (leotards, tights, leg-

JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT TENNIS Age: 11-14 years old Location: Diamond Hills Sports Club Instructor: Diamond Hills Staff

KIDS AND YOUTH

Students are expected to wear all black attire, black jazz shoes or bare fee. No slippers are permitted. Fee: $60 Residents $70 Non-Residents

gings, fitted tops etc.) Fee: $60 Residents $70 Non-Residents

This class is designed for the 11 – 14 year old who wants to learn the basics required to make the high school tennis team. Students will learn general skills and proper technique. Tennis drills and exciting games will be played. Fee: $115 Residents $125 Non-Residents KTEN005

10/17-12/5

Thur. 4:00pm-5:30pm

No class on 10/31 and 11/28

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BOCCE BALL adults Creekside Park, 3900 Creekside Way Instructor: John Newman Age: Location:

This popular team sport is a fun, social activity to get together with old friends and make new friends. Teams consist of 4 – 8 players. Teams will play 2 games per night, 3 games if time permits. Games are scheduled on Tuesday or Thursday evenings. Each team captain must submit a team roster and each team member must complete a registration form. BOC008 8/27-10/17 Tue. or Thur.

5:30pm-7:30pm

EXPLORING THE FRAGILE ECOLOGY OF THE DELTA Age: all ages Location: 204 Second Street Instructor: Roni Gehlke

Fee: $45 Residents

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Dates & times to be determined

ZUMBA Age: teens and adults Location: 1250 O'hara Ave Instructor: Ayaba Morgan Zumba Exercise classes are fitness parties that blend upbeat world rhythms with easy-tofollow choreography, for a total-body workout that feels like a celebration. Students should bring water and wear tennis shoes and comfortable clothes. Fee: $55 Residents $65 Non-Residents ZUM025

9/5-10/10

Thur.

6:00pm-7:00pm

ZUM026

1/2-2/6

Thur.

6:00pm-7:00pm

ZUM027

2/13-3/20

Thur.

6:00pm-7:00pm

The Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta is one of the least understood, but vital resources in California. Its fragile ecology can change in a blink of an eye. Come learn about the Delta birds and fish, water quality, and much more during this 6-week introduction presented by the Delta Science Center. Fee: $55 Residents Fee includes 1 year free individual membership to the Delta Science Center EXP001

10/9-11/13

Wed. 6:30pm-8:00pm

KIDS AND YOUTH PROGRAMS

Fee: $20 Per Person

functions apply.

BASKETBALL CLASS Age: 25 years old and up Location: O’Hara Park Middle School Instructor: Luis Colmenares This basketball class offers players the opportunity for 3 on 3 or 4 on 4, half court games without the commitment of a league. Great aerobic workout! Space is limited and registration is on site at O’Hara Park Middle School. Some “black-out dates” for school Fall/Winter 2013

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how from our knowledgeable volunteers. Second Saturday every month

10:00am-12:00pm

ADULT BEADING WORKSHOP Age: 13 years old and up Location: Oakley Library Age: Location:

TODDLER STORY TIME infants and toddlers Oakley Library

Books, songs, and fingerplays for preschoolers and their caregivers.

OAKLEY LIBRARY PROGRAMS

9/18-10/30

Wednesdays

Age: Location:

FAMILY STORY TIME all ages Oakley Library

Age: Location:

6:30pm

READ TO A DOG 6-13 years old Oakley Library

Improve your reading skills and make a new friend by reading aloud to a dog from H.A.L.O Angel Ears Therapy Dogs. register or walk-in as space permits. Beginning in November. Third Saturday every month

Age: Location:

10:30am-11:45am

STITCHIN’ SATURDAYS adults Oakley Library

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Every third Wednesday

6:00pm-8:00pm

10:15am

The whole family is invited to come have fun listening to books, singing songs, and making a craft. Thursdays

Local beading expert Donna Cooper will teach you have to create simple projects. Registration is required.

OAKLEY LIBRARY HOURS Monday: Closed Tuesdays: 10am-9pm Wednesdays: 10am-9pm Thursdays: 2pm-9pm Fridays: 2pm-6pm Saturdays: 10am-6pm Sunday: Closed 1050 Neroly Road Oakley Ca, 94561 925-625-2400


SOCCER 1: TECHNIQUES AND TEAMWORK Age: 5-6 years old Location: Creekside Park Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer

MOMMY/ DADDY & ME SOCCER Age: 2-3.5 years old Location: Creekside Park Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer

Players will learn dribbling, passing, receiving, shooting, age-specific defense, etc. Fun skill games are played at every session, and every participant will have a ball at his or her feet. Small-sided soccer matches will be introduced gradually. Shin guards are required after the first meeting.

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1/27-3/17

Mon. 5:05pm-5:35pm

No Class on 2/17

TOT/PRE-SOCCER Age: 3.5- 5 years old Location: Creekside Park Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer

Kidz 7-10 years of age will enjoy advanced skill building: dribbling, passing and shooting in a team play format. Each class will focus on scrimmages that emphasize application for finer technical points. All levels are welcome to come enjoy the world’s most popular game! Each participant receives a soccer jersey. Shin guards are required. Fee: $76 Residents $86 Non-Residents SS009

9/23-11/4

KIDS AND YOUTH SPORTS

Introduce yourself and your toddler to the Fee: $70 Residents $80 Non-Residents “World’s Most Popular Game!” As you and S009 9/23-11/4 Mon. 3:30pm-4:15pm your child participate in our fun age appropriate 1/27-3/17 Mon. 3:30pm-4:15pm activities, your child will be developing their S010 large motor skills and socialization skills. The fun happens on the field, and in Mommy/ Daddy & Me Soccer, parents are part of the No Class on 2/17 action, not watching from the sidelines! SOCCER SKILLS & SCRIMMAGES *Fee: $50 Residents $60 Non-Residents Age: 7-10 years old Fee: $70 Residents $ 80 Non-Residents Location: Creekside Park *MDS009 9/23-10/21 Mon. 5:05pm-5:35pm Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer

Mon. 4:15pm-5:00pm

Teaches the basic techniques of the game and 1/27-3/17 Mon. 4:15pm-5:00pm builds self-esteem through participation and SS010 fun soccer activities. Children learn to follow instructions in a nurturing, age appropriate environment. Shin guards are required after No Class on 2/17 the first meeting. Fee: $70 Residents $80 Non-Residents Please call the Kids Love Soccer class TPS009 9/23-11/4 Mon. 3pm-3:30pm hotline at -1-888-372-5803 in case of inclement weather. TPS010

1/27-3/17

Mon. 3pm-3:30pm

No Class on 2/17

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Reservations Available

Water Feature

Restrooms

Trail

Skate Feature

Tennis

Basketball

Sports Fields

BBQ’s

Picnic Tables

Playground

Grass Area

Size (acres)

Park Name Community Parks 1

Laurel Ball Fields, 850 Laurel Road

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Summer Lake Community Park, 4020 Summer Lake

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Creekside Park, 3900 Creekside Way

10.0

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Freedom Soccer Fields, 1040 Neroly Road

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Drive

13.6 17.0

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Neighborhood Parks World of Discovery Crockett Park, 4150 Richard Way

4.7

6

Cypress Community Park,4001 Frank Hengel Way

6.0

7

Daffodil Park, 590 Daffodil Drive

1.7

8

Riata Park, 607 Saddlebrook Way

1.7

9

Holly Creek Park, 4758 Hagar Court

6.7

10

Magnolia Park, 5301 DafFodil Drive

5.0

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Marsh Creek Glen Park, 430 Hill Avenue

2.4

12

Novarina Park, 100 Brown Road

2.2

13

Nunn-Wilson Family Park, 1000 Oxford Drive

3.0

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Nutmeg Park, 1068 Nutmeg Drive

2.6

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Briarwood Park, 101 Michaelangelo Drive

2.0

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Shady Oak Community Park, 247 Cedar Glenn Drive

5.0

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Civic Center Park, 3213 Main Street

1.0

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Claremont Bay Park, 4676 Bayside Way

.25

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Heartwood Park, 240 Heartwood Drive

1.5

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Harvest Park, 3854 Harvest Circle

.05

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Heather Park, 2276 Canterbury Lane

.16

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Lakewood Drive Park, 1882 Lakewood Drive

.60

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Live Oak Ranch Park, 19 Solitude Way

1.0

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Main Street Park, 4991 Gardenia Ave

.40

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Manresa Park, 1088 Clear Lake Drive

.26

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Oak Grove Park, 403 White Oak Court

.8

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Simoni Ranch Open Space, 20 Simoni Ranch Drive

1.0

28

Sycamore Drive Park, 1799 Park Place

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School Parks

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East Bay Regional Parks District Parks

Gehringer Elementary School

Oakley/ Antioch Shoreline

Oakley Elementary School

Big Break Shoreline

O’Hara Park Middle School

Dutch Slough Regional Park

Vintage Parkway Elementary Schoolw

Delta DeAnza Trail

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Teach a Class The Recreation Division is accepting instructor proposals for the Spring/ Summer 2014 Recreation Guide. For more information or to submit an instructor proposal contact Cindy Coelho at 925-625-7041 or email coelho@ci.oakley.ca.us

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ONLINE CLASSES Fall/Winter 2013

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EN ESPAÑOL Si necesitan asistencia en Español o tienen alguna pregunta sobre los programas que están disponibles, se puede comunicar con Gabriela Baños-Galván 925-625-7011, gaby@youmeweoakley.org

INSCRIPCIÓN

¿QUÉ DEBO LLEVAR?

Por favor, regístrese una semana antes de la fecha de inicio de clases. Cada clase tiene un requisito mínimo de inscripción para cubrir el costo del programa. Recomendamos que se registre con tiempo.

Los elementos necesarios se encuentran la descripción de la clase o programa. Si tiene preguntas por favor póngase en contacto con el supervisor del programa.

MODIFICACIONES Indique alguna modificación especial que sea requerida en el formulario de registración y por favor hable con el supervisor del programa.

PLANIFIQUE CON ANTICIPACIÓN El Palacio Municipal está cerrado el primer y tercer viernes de cada mes.

REEMBOLSOS

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EN ESPAÑOL

Si usted no está satisfecho con el programa que ha asistido, por favor póngase en contacto con el supervisor del programa para más información sobre el reembolso.

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CAMPAMENTO DE LEGO Edad: 6-12 Ubicación: Iron House Elementary School Library Instructor: Wes Pitter

9/16-10/23

5:30pm-6:30pm

BDK030

10/28-12/4

5:30pm-6:30pm

BDK031

12/9-1/15

5:30pm-6:30pm

BDK032

1/20-2/26

5:30pm-6:30pm

MOVIMIENTO CREATIVO Edad: 7-13 Ubicación: 1250 O’Hara Ave Instructora: Jabris Rucker

EN ESPAÑOL

¿Quieres divertirte este otoño? ¡Entonces el Campamento de Lego es donde quieres estar! En este campamento de una semana, podrás construir con una enorme colección de Legos. Puedes ganar un premio y tal vez llevar a casa un trofeo! Veras a viejos amigos y hacer otros nuevos! El Señor Pitter es un experto en Lego y tendrá muchas actividades divertidas para ti. Habrá bocadillos todos los días y cada participante construye una creación Lego para llevar a casa el último día del campamento.

Movimiento Creativo es una clase divertida que anima a los estudiantes a usar su imaginación, expresar la individualidad a través de la improvisación, mejorar las habilidades motoras y mejora su autoestima mientras aprenden los pasos básicos de la danza. Cada clase estará estructurada en 5 partes: el juego creativo, de calentamiento y estiramiento, técnica, coreografía, y los juegos de baile. Estudiantes participaran en una demostración de Movimiento Creativo que se llevará a cabo el 4 de diciembre a las 4:15 pm. Los estudiantes deben usar ropa de baile o de ejercicio (leotardos, medias, mallas, camisas ajustadas, etc.) No habra clase el 31 de octubre y 28 de noviembre

Costo: $150 Residentes de Oakley $160 Residentes de otras ciudades

Costo: $60 Residentes de Oakley $70 Residentes de otras ciudades

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9:00am-12:00pm

PANDE’S BLACK DRAGON KARATE Edad: 4-11 Ubicación: 1250 O’Hara Ave Instructor: Gran Maestro Luis Pande Classes serán los lunes y miércoles, para un total de 12 horas de instrucción. Los participantes aprenderán la disciplina y el respeto por uno mismo y hacia los demás en un ambiente divertido y seguro. Estudiantes aprenderán los movimientos del karate, habilidades y técnicas. No habrá clase el 25 de diciembre, 1 enero, 20 de enero, o 17 de febrero. Costo: $60 Residentes de Oakley $70 Residentes de otras ciudades

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9/12-10/17

4:30pm-5:30pm

UJD006

10/24-12/12

4:30pm-5:30pm

UJD007

1/9-2/13

4:30pm-5:30pm

UJD008

2/20-3/27

4:30pm-5:30pm

URBAN DANCE JAZZ Edad: 7-13 Ubicación: 1250 O’Hara Ave Instructora: Jabris Rucker Esta clase dinámica e innovadora de saltos y vueltas genera confianza, mientras que los estudiantes aprenden diversos estilos de baile, incluyendo lírico, moderno y ballet. Esta clase introducirá una variedad de géneros musicales


como el Jazz, Blues, Pop, Funk, y Rhythm & Blues. Los estudiantes desarrollarán la fuerza física, la técnica, la calidad del desempeño, el estilo personal y la creatividad a través del movimiento. Cada clase esta estructurada en 3 partes que incluye calentamiento y estiramiento, técnica y coreografía. Una demostración de baile se llevara a cabo para los amigos y la familia el jueves, 5 de diciembre a las 4:15pm. Los estudiantes deben atender clases vestidos de negro y traer zapatos negros de jazz, zapatos de ballet, o pies descalzos. No se permiten otro estilo de zapatos. No habrá clase el 31 de octubre o el 28 de noviembre

Esta clase está diseñada para jóvenes de 11 a 14 años que quieren aprender conceptos básicos que serán necesarios para ser parte del equipo de tenis en la preparatoria. Los estudiantes aprenderán las habilidades generales y técnicas. Estudiantes participaran en ejercicios de tenis y juegos emocionantes. No habrá clase el 31 de octubre o el 28 de noviembre.

Costo: $60Residentes de Oakley $70 Residentes de otras ciudades

Ubicación: Instructora:

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9/12-10/17

3:45pm-4:30pm

CM006 CM007

10/24-12/12 1/9-2/13

3:45pm-4:30pm 3:45pm-4:30pm

CM008

2/20-3/27

3:45pm-4:30pm

Esta clase está diseñada para los jugadores primerizos al igual que jugadores con experiencia. Los niños se pueden agrupar de acuerdo con su nivel de experiencia. Equipo de Appropriate Quick Start Tennis será usado para asegurar que cada niño tenga éxito en la clase. Instrucción cubrirá ejercicios de calentamiento y de coordinación, al igual que fundamentos básicos. Los estudiantes aprenderán a jugar tenis en poco tiempo! Costo: $85Residentes de Oakley $95 Residentes de otras ciudades KTEN006

10/14-11/18

4:00pm-5:00pm

JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT TENNIS Edad: 11-14 Ubicación: Diamond Hills Sports Club IInstructor: Personal de Diamond Hills

KTEN005

10/17-12/5

4:00pm-5:30pm

ZUMBA 1250 O’Hara Ave Ayaba Morgan

Las clases de ejercicios Zumba son partes de acondicionamiento físico que mezcla ritmos de todo el mundo que incluye coreografía que es fácil de seguir para entrenar el cuerpo entero. Los estudiantes de esta clase deben traer agua, usar tenis y ropa cómoda. Costo: $55 Residentes de Oakley $65 Residentes de otras ciudades ZUM025

9/5-10/10

6:00pm-7:00pm

ZUM026

1/2-2/6

6:00pm-7:00pm

ZUM027

2/13-3/30

6:00pm-7:00pm

EN ESPAÑOL

JUNIOR TENIS PARA MENORES DE 10 AÑOS Edad: 4-10 Ubicación: Diamond Hills Sports Club Instructor: Personal de Diamond Hills

Costo: $115 Residentes de Oakley $125 Residentes de otras ciudades

Becas para jóvenes Las becas están disponibles para jóvenes que califiquen basado en ingresos y que vivan en Oakley. La solicitud para estas becas están disponibles en el sitio de internet al igual que en el Palacio Municipal.

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COMMUNITY RECREATION CONTACTS YOUTH SPORTS East County Little League 925-625-6226 East County Hotshots

Brentwood Pony 925-516-9212 Oakley Liga Latina Youth Soccer Club

925-679-8328 Delta Baseball

925-338-5129 East Diablo Youth Soccer

Delta Youth Soccer 925-439-4396 East County Youth Football 925-625-1698 Antioch Youth Football

925-706-1994 925-516-8260 925-473-5150 For more contacts and web site links please visit www.oakleyinfo.com and visit the Recreation Resources page accessible by clicking on Recreation.

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Liberty Union High School District 925-634-2166

Oakley Union Elementary School District 925-625-0700

Oakley Chamber of Commerce 925-625-1035

Oakley Library 925-625-2400

Oakley Press 925-634-1441

East Bay Regional Park District 1-888-EBPARKS Friends of Marsh Creek Watershed www.fomcw.org

Red Man Pocahontas 925-303-9990 Friends of Oakley www.friendsofoakley.web.com

Oakley Lions 925-625-7467

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