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JUNIOR RECREATION LEADERS AGES 13- 16

SUMMER PROGRAM PLANNER

Think you have what it takes to work in the City of Oakley’s Recreation Division? Learn how to be a leader and gain first hand experience with this incredible opportunity. Each participant will function as a junior staff assigned to a specific program, event or activity. Junior Recreation Leaders are responsible for assisting Recreation Staff in leading games, activities, and various other duties. Examples of assignments include Summer Blaze Day Camp and Cityhood Celebration. For those interested, this volunteer position may be utilized as community service hours. Each participant is required to fill out a volunteer application, sign a waiver and participate in an interview process prior to being accepted into the Junior Recreation Leader Program. All training dates must be attended. Experience working with children is preferred, however not required. For more information contact Cindy Coelho at coelho@ci.oakley.ca.us.

LOOKING FOR LIFEGUARDS AGES 16 AND UP The Recreation Division is looking for Red Cross Certified Lifeguards to work as part of our Summer Camp Program. If you are interested in this part-time summer employment opportunity or would like information about Red Cross Lifeguard Certification please contact Lindsey Bruno at 925-625-7042 or at bruno@ci.oakley.ca.us

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SUMMER PROGRAM PLANNER

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

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CONTACT INFORMATION Cindy Coelho Recreation Technician Classes/Special Events/Kids & Tots 625-7044 coelho@ci.oakley.ca.us

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Lindsey Bruno Recreation Supervisor Youth Development 625-7042 bruno@ci.oakley.ca.us

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The completed registration: 3231 Main St. Oakley, CA 94561 Payment Accepted: Check

Register at: 3231 Main St. Oakley, CA 94561 M-F 8:30AM-5PM Payment Accepted: Cash/ Check Visa /Master Card

After Hours registration: Drop Box at Recreation Desk 3231 Main St. Oakley, CA 94561 Payment Accepted: Check

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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. 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.

WHAT SHOULD I BRING? Required items will be listed in the class or program description. For questions please contact the program supervisor.

YOUTH SCHOLARSHIP Scholarships are available for income-qualified youth who reside in Oakley. Applications are available online and at City Hall.

PLAN AHEAD City Hall is closed the third Friday of every month for furlough.

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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 $36.00 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 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 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: ________________

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Table of Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Registration Form ........................ Science Week ............................. Lego Camp ................................. Summer Blaze.............................

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Youth CORE ............................... Online Classes ............................ “White House” Rentals ................ Oakley Recreation Buildings ....... Parks Matrix ................................ Parks Map ................................... Kids Art Classes .......................... Aikido .......................................... Kids Fencing ............................... Kids Karate ................................. Kids Tennis .................................. Biddy Basketball .......................... Kids Dance .................................. Jump Bunch ................................ Online Driver’s Education ........... Kidz Love Soccer ........................ IncrediFlix Summer Camps ......... Teen & Adult Art ........................... Intermediate Fencing .................. Black Dragon Karate ................... Adult Tennis ................................ Hunter’s Safety ............................ Ballroom Dancing ........................

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Did you know that you can volunteer to Adopt-a-Park? Volunteers can help keep Oakley Parks clean in many ways including litter pick-up, weeding, planting, graffiti removal and other simple maintenance activities. Residents can assist with “park watch” efforts to keep our parks safe and free of graffiti and other vandalism. Please contact the Parks Division at 925-625-7015 if you are interested in the Adopt-a-Park Program.

Zumba ......................................... 23 Adult Basketball .......................... 24 Bocce Ball ................................... 24 Community Contacts ................... 26 Cinco De Mayo ............................ 26 Movies in the Plaza ..................... 27 Pack 298 assisting with the Marsh Creek Clean Up.

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Reservations Available

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BBQ’s

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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

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Freedom Soccer Fields, 1040 Neroly Road

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Neighborhood Parks Crockett Park, 4150 Richard Way

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Cypress Community Park,4001 Frank Hengel Way

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Daffodil Park, 590 Daffodil Drive

1.7

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Riata Park, 607 Saddlebrook Way

1.7

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Holly Creek Park, 4758 Hagar Court

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Magnolia Park, 5301 DafFodil Drive

5.0

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Marsh Creek Glen Park, 430 Hill Avenue

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Novarina Park, 100 Brown Road

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Nunn-Wilson Family Park, 1000 Oxford Drive

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Nutmeg Park, 1068 Nutmeg Drive

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Briarwood Park, 101 Michaelangelo Drive

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Shady Oak Community Park, 247 Cedar Glenn Drive

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Civic Center Park, 3213 Main Street

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Claremont Bay Park, 4676 Bayside Way

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Heartwood Park, 240 Heartwood Drive

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Harvest Park, 3854 Harvest Circle

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Heather Park, 2276 Canterbury Lane

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Lakewood Drive Park, 1882 Lakewood Drive

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Live Oak Ranch Park, 19 Solitude Way

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Main Street Park, 4991 Gardenia Ave

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Manresa Park, 1088 Clear Lake Drive

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Oak Grove Park, 403 White Oak Court

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Simoni Ranch Open Space, 20 Simoni Ranch Drive

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Sycamore Drive Park, 1799 Park Place

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School Parks

East Bay Regional Parks District Parks

Delta Vista Middle School

Oakley/ Antioch Shoreline

Gehringer Elementary School

Big Break Shoreline

Laurel Elementary School

Dutch Slough Regional Park

O’Hara Park Middle School

Delta DeAnza Trail

Vintage Parkway Elementary School

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FIRST STEPS IN DRAWING Age: 5-7 years old Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. Instructor: Nancy Roberts In this class, basic drawing skills and concepts are introduced in manageable, encouraging steps. Fun projects are designed to build handeye coordination, creativity and confidence in budding young artists. A $10 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Fee: $48 Residents $58 Non-Residents FSD001

Apr. 18- May 23 Wed.

the world along with current trends. A $10 materials fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. No class July 4th . Fee: $48 Residents $58 Non-Residents FDI001

June 13- July 25 Wed.

2:30pm-3:30pm

ADVANCED PAINTING AND PROJECTS Age: 6- 12 years old Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. Instructor: Nancy Roberts

2:30pm-3:30pm

KIDS AND YOUTH

All new projects for kids who love to paint! Weekly challenges will strengthen your ADVANCED DRAWING understanding of color, light and shadow, brushwork, composition and emotional Age: 6- 12 years old content. Media will include tempera, Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. watercolor, acrylic paint on canvas, and more. Instructor: Nancy Roberts Themes will range from the realistic to the fantastic with an emphasis on creative selfFor students who already have some realistic expression. Students who’ve worked with drawing experience, this class takes your skills Nancy before will receive new challenges to to the next level. Projects focus on observation, build on personal progress. A $20 materials proportion, composition, perspective, three- fee is payable to the instructor on the first day dimensional form and texture. You’ll explore of class. No class July 4th. pen and pencil techniques, charcoal and pastel while learning to enhance realism Fee: $72 Residents $82 Non-Residents and develop your own personal style. A $12 APP001 June 13- July 25 Wed. 4:00pm-5:30pm materials fee is payable to the instructor on the first day. ART FUN Fee: $72 Residents $82 Non-Residents Age: 5-7 years old AD001 Apr. 18- May 23 Wed. 4:00pm-5:30pm Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. Instructor: Nancy Roberts FASHION DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION Come discover the joy of art! In this class kids Age: 8-14 years old create beautiful, colorful original artwork using Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. new materials and techniques each week. Instructor: Nancy Roberts Age-appropiate art skills and concepts are introduced in a playful, encouraging setting. Do you have amazing ideas for creative new Students who’ve worked with Nancy before will clothing designs? In this class you’ll learn how receive new challenges to build on personal to turn your ideas into professional-looking progress. A $10 materials fee payable to the illustrations using a variety of media, tech- instructor on the first day. niques and presentation graphics. Projects cover drawing the face and figure, posing Fee: $32 Residents, $42 Non-Residents your model, garment structure, and designing AF001 Aug. 8- Aug. 29 Wed. 2:30pm-3:30pm with fabric, pattern and color. you’ll be inspired by fashions throughout history and around

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BEGINNING FENCING Age: 8-12 years old Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. Instructor: Sword Play Fencing Academy

Design your own dragons, mythical creatures, superheroes, aliens and fantastic landscapes! Using a variety of drawing and painting media you’ll learn about light and shadow, perspective, anatomy and composition to give your art a realistic, three-dimensional look. You’ll also explore color and special effects to add drama and excitement to your creations. Students who’ve worked with Nancy before will receive new challenges to build on personal progress. A $12 materials fee is payable to the instructor on the first day.

This class will cover the fundamentals of the Olympic sport of fencing. This is a fun, safe and lightning-fast activity which combines the discipline of Martial Arts with the interactive competitiveness of a sport like tennis. Students will improve their balance, coordination, strength and flexibility. Equipment will be provided by the instructor for each participant. *June 22nd session will end at 5:15pm.

Fee: $48 Residents $58 Non-Residents FA001

Aug. 8- Aug. 29

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4:00pm-5:30pm

AIKIDO Age: 6 years old and up Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. Instructor: Mike Hawthorne

Fee: $50 Residents $60 Non-Residents YF016

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4:00pm-4:45pm

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May 25- June 22* Fri.

4:00pm-4:45pm

PANDE’S BLACK DRAGON KARATE Age: 4-11 years old Location: 204 Second St. Instructor: Grand Master Luis Pande

Aikido is a traditional, non-violent Japanese martial art discipline that encourages cooperation, respect and self-discipline. Students will increase their self-confidence and personal safety without using violence or aggression. AIK018

Apr. 5- May 10

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6:00pm-7:00pm

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.No classes on May 28th and September 3rd. * All testing fees are payable to the instructor prior to the test.

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May 17- June 21 Thur.

6:00pm-7:00pm

Fee: $60 Residents $70 Non-Residents

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June 28- Aug. 2 Thur.

6:00pm-7:00pm

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Aug. 9- Sep. 13 Thur.

6:00pm-7:00pm

Fee: $35 Residents $45 Non-Residents

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Mar. 26- May 2

Mon. & Wed

5:30pm-6:30pm

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May 7- June 20

Mon. & Wed

5:30pm-6:30pm

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June 25- Aug. 1 Mon. & Wed

5:30pm-6:30pm

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Aug. 6- Sep. 19 Mon. & Wed

5:30pm-6:30pm

Prevent Program and Class Cancellations Help us prevent cancellations by registering early for all your favorite programs and classes. For information on how to register call 925-625-7041 or email: bruno@ci.oakley.ca.us

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FANTASY ART Age: 6-12 years old Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. Instructor: Nancy Roberts


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BIDDY SPORTS BASKETBALL Age: 4-6 years old Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. Instructor: Biddy Sports Staff

KIDS AND YOUTH

Biddy Sports is like no other program around and Biddy Basketball is now offered in Oakley for boys and girls! Your child will learn the fundamentals of basketball, develop social skills in a fun, safe and family-oriented environment and be introduced to team sports. The class provides non-competitive basketball where children can participate at their own level and ability without keeping score. Participants will take part in an hour of fun group warm-up, practice with their team, and then play a game. Parents can get involved by volunteering to coach their child’s team; all training provided, no experience required. Please volunteer when you register your child. Registration deadline: April 4th, Volunteer coaching training April 8th. Fee: $60 Residents, $70 Non-Residents BID001

Apr. 14- May 19

Sat. 10:00am-12:00pm

JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT TENNIS Age: 8-12 years old Location: Diamond Hills Sports Club Instructor: Diamond Hills Staff This class is designed for students who have some tennis experience. Students should be comfortable with all basic shots. Motor skills and hand-eye coordination drills will be continued along with further stroke development and point play. Fee: $58 Residents $68 Non-Residents JTEN001

Apr. 2- May 7

Mon. 6:00pm-7:00pm

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May 14- June 18

Mon. 6:00pm-7:00pm

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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. Kids will learn to rally, score and play out points in no time! Fee: $58 Residents $68 Non-Residents KTEN001

Apr. 2- May 7

Mon. 4:00pm-5:00pm

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May 14- June 18

Mon. 4:00pm-5:00pm

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BALLET Age: 6 years old and up Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. Instructor: Mary Lyons

SPORTS FOR KIDS Age: 3-5 years old Location: 204 Second St. Instructor: JumpBunch Staff

This class is designed for beginners and returning students alike. Children will learn specific ballet movements and techniques. Ballet teaches skill, grace, poise, self discipline and self-confidence. No class on May 28th.

JumpBunch is a program designed to introduce children to a healthy lifestyle through a sports and fitness program in a fun atmosphere. We incorporate music with exercise and introduce a different sport each week while working on motor skills, balance, movement and hand to eye coordination.

Fee: $38 Residents $48 Non-Residents B012

Mar. 26- Apr. 30 Mon.

5:00pm-5:30pm

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May 7- June 18

5:00pm-5:30pm

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Come explore the wonderful world of tap! This class builds on basic techniques and includes simple combinations with partners in story form. Students will learn body control and self-confidence while having fun, dancing to age appropriate music. No class on May 28th. Fee: $38 Residents $48 Non-Residents T012

Mar. 26- Apr. 30 Mon.

4:30pm-5:00pm

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May 7- June 18

4:30pm-5:00pm

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PRE-BALLET Age: 3-5 years old Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave Instructor: Mary Lyons This class is designed for beginners and returning students alike. Children will be introduced to basic ballet movements. Students will learn grace, poise, self-discipline and selfconfidence, dancing to age appropriate music. No class on May 28th.

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Mar. 27- May 1

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11:30am-12:00pm

JB018

May 8- June 12

Tue.

11:30am-12:00pm

JB019

June 19- July 24 Tue.

11:30am-12:00pm

JB020

July 31- Sep. 4

11:30am-12:00pm

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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. questions. Students must register at City Hall, 3231 Main Street Oakley. Valid email address required. Fee: $59 Residents $69 Non-Residents DRIVERS004

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Fee: $38 Residents $48 Non-Residents PB012 Mar. 26- Apr. 30 Mon.

4:00pm-4:30pm

PB013 May 7- June 18

4:00pm-4:30pm

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TAP Age: 3 years old and up Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. Instructor: Mary Lyons

Fee: $42 Residents $52 Non-Residents


SOCCER 1 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

KIDS AND YOUTH

Introduce yourself and your toddler to the “World’s Most Popular Game!” As you and your child participate in our fun age appropriate activities, your child will be developing their large motor skills and socialization skills. The fun happens on the field, and in Mommy/ Daddy & Me Soccer, parents are part of the action, not watching from the sidelines! No classes on May 28th. Fee: $70 Residents $80 Non-Residents MDS003

Apr. 16- June 4

Mon. 5:05pm-5:35pm

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June 25- Aug. 6 Mon. 5:05pm-5:35pm

TOT/PRE-SOCCER Age: 3.5- 5 years old Location: Creekside Park Instructor: Kids Love Soccer Teaches the basic techniques of the game and builds self-esteem through participation and fun soccer activities. Children learn to follow instructions in a nurturing, age appropriate environment. Shin guards are required after the first meeting. No classes on May 28th.

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. No classes on May 28th. Fee: $70 Residents $80 Non-Residents S003

Apr. 16- June 4

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June 25- Aug. 6 Mon. 3:30pm-4:15pm

SOCCER SKILLS & SCRIMMAGES Age: 7-10 years old Location: Creekside Park Instructor: Kids 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. No classes on May 28th. Fee: $76 Residents $86 Non-Residents SS003

Apr. 16- June 4

SS004

June 25- Aug. 6 Mon. 4:15pm-5:00pm

Fee: $70 Residents $80 Non-Residents

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Apr. 16- June 4

TPS004

June 25- Aug. 6 Mon. 3pm-3:30pm

Mon. 3:30pm-4:15pm

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CARTOON FLIX Your characters can fly over mountaintops, destroy cities or swim the deepest oceans! In age-appropriate groups, you’ll make a paper-animated flick where you get to create your own character, build backgrounds, shoot your movie and provide the voice for your character. No class July 4th. Fee: $140 Residents* $150 Non-Residents* July 2- July 6

Our camps are focused on expanding imagination and creativity using handson activities. Kids will learn brainstorming, story structure and story boarding in all camps. In animation camps, kids will create characters, backgrounds, film and do voice-overs. (This is not computeranimated animation; participants will be making, moving and filming the characters themselves.) In film-making camps, kids will scout locations, act, learn film-making strategies and film the production. A $30 “production fee” covers the editing, production and distribution of a DVD to each student. Participants registered for both AM & PM camps will only pay one $30 production fee and receive a free lunch, supervised by Incrediflix staff. *All classes will have an additional $30 Production fee payable to the instructor on the first day of camp. Age: 7-13 years old Location: 204 Second Street Instructor: Incrediflix Staff

ANIMATION FLIX Join us for the ultimate in animation creation. Each day you’ll make a new movie, with different styles of stop-motion animation. Furniture may run across the floor, clay stars may explode or your favorite toy may even come to life! This is the ultimate arts and crafts camp where you will create, direct and film your vision. No class July 4th. Fee: $140 Residents* $150 Non-Residents* July 2- July 6

Mon. 1:00pm- 4:00pm

LEGO FLIX We know you love Legos and we know you can create incredible worlds. Now it’s time to bring those worlds to life in Lego animated flix! We provide the Legos and you provide your imagination. Students will create a Lego set with Lego characters for a movie they storyboard, write, shoot and voice-over. Fee: $170 Residents* $180 Non-Residents* July 9- July 13

Mon. 9:00am- 12:00pm

FILM-MAKING FLIX Are you the next star director? Actor? Writer? Cameraman? Of course you are and you get to do it all in these live action flix! You’ll work in groups to make your vision come true in these movies where you’ll act, write, direct and more. Fee: $170 Residents* $180 Non-Residents* July 9- July 13

Mon. 1:00pm- 4:00pm

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Mon. 9:00am- 12:00pm


WATERCOLOR FOR ADULTS & TEENS Age: 16 years old and up Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave Instructor: Nancy Roberts

INTERMEDIATE FENCING Age: all ages Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. Instructor: Sword Play Fencing Academy

Explore the unique personality of this fresh and exciting medium! Course will cover the basics of controlling the paints, mixing color, understanding light and shadow and designing a strong composition. You’ll also experiment with special effects and creative self-expression. Experienced painters will have the chance to build their skills and work on personal goals. Subjects, demonstrations and individual help with be tailored to the students’ interests. A list of suggested supplies is available on the instructor’s web site www.nancyteachesart.com.

This class is for students of all ages who have completed the beginner class and also for beginning students 13 and older. The instructor will teach students proper fencing techniques and build upon previously taught skills in a fun, safe environment. Fencing offers aerobic conditioning, improves balance and coordination, and instills self-confidence and good sportsmanship. Equipment will be provided by the instructor for each participant.

Fee: $72 Residents $82 Non-Residents Apr. 14- May 19

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3:00pm-4:30pm

ADULTS

ACRYLIC PAINTING FOR ADULTS & TEENS Age: 16 years old and up Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave Instructor: Nancy Roberts Acrylic is a wonderfully versatile medium that can be used like oil paint, watercolor or both. For those new to acrylic, this class will introduce you to the basics of handling the paint, mixing color, working with value, understanding light and shadow and designing a strong composition. More experienced painters will have the chance to build their skills and work on personal goals. Subjects, demonstrations and individual help will be tailored to the students’ interests. A list of suggested supplies is available on the instructor’s web site www.nancyteachesart. com. Fee: $84 Residents $94 Non-Residents June 16- July 21

Sat..

1:00pm-3:00pm

Fee: $50 Residents $60 Non-Residents IF016

Mar. 16- April 20

Fri.

5:00pm-5:45pm

IF017

May 25-June 22

Fri.

5:00pm-5:45pm

K017

Mar. 26- May 2

Mon. & Wed

6:30pm-7:30pm

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May 7- June 20

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6:30pm-7:30pm

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June 25- Aug. 1 Mon. & Wed

6:30pm-7:30pm

K020

Aug. 6- Sep. 19 Mon. & Wed

6:30pm-7:30pm

PANDE’S BLACK DRAGON KARATE Age: 12 years old and up Location: 204 Second St. 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 atmosphere. Learn karate movements, skills and techniques. No classes on May 28th and September 3rd. * All testing fees are payable to the instructor prior to the test. Fee: $60 Residents $70 Non-Residents

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BEGINNING ADULT TENNIS Age: 18 years old and up Location: Diamond Hills Sports Club Instructor: Diamond Hills Staff

SOCIAL BALLROOM DANCE Age: ages 18 and up Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. Instructor: Page Binkley

This class is designed for the first-time adult player. Instruction will cover all of the essential skills to get you on your way to competing in United Tennis Association League Matches.

Experience the joy of ballroom dancing! Learn to dance for pleasure or special occasions. This class will give an introduction to a variety of dances such as the Fox Trot, Tango, Waltz and the East Coast Swing. Students will gain the skills to get out on the dance floor with confidence! You are welcome to try the first class for FREE.

Fee: $84 Residents $94 Non-Residents ATEN001

Apr, 4- May 7

Wed. 6:00pm-7:30pm

ATEN002

May 16- June 20

Wed. 6:00pm-7:30pm

HUNTER’S SAFETY COURSE Age: all ages and abilities Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave. Instructor: James Scott DFG

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Fee: $15 Residents and Non-Residents

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HS007 April 13, 14 & 15

Fri. 6pm-9pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 9am-4pm

HS008 July 13, 14 & 15

Fri. 6pm-9pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 9am-4pm

HS009 Oct. 5, 6 & 7

Fri. 6pm-9pm, Sat. 9am-4pm, Sun. 9am-4pm

BR017

Mar. 15- Apr. 19

Thur.

7:30pm-9:00pm

BRC018

Apr. 26- May 31

Thur.

7:30pm-9:00pm

BRC019

June 7- July 12

Thur.

7:30pm-9:00pm

ADULTS

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This course of study is a 15 hour, 3 day classroom experience. The culmination of the course is a 100 question, closed book exam. Students must score 80% or more to pass the course. At the successful completion of the course, students receive a Department of Fish & Game Certificate allowing them to purchase a State of California Hunting License. Participants will learn: respect for natural resources, respect for the firearm, respect for the law and the future of hunting. *Full attendance is mandatory by the State of California. Late arrivals or early departures will result in the student being dismissed from the course, NO EXCEPTIONS. The course study guide can be obtained prior to the start of class. Space is limited pre-registration is required so register early.

Couples $96 Residents $106 Non-Residents Singles $48 Residents $ 58 Non-Residents

ZUMBA Age: 14 years old and up Location: 1250 O’Hara Ave Instructor: Marisa Fraile Zumba is a Latin-inspired dance fitness workout class. It includes Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia, Reggaeton and much more. The class format combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. The movements are easy to follow and it is an exciting workout designed for everybody. Fee: $48 Residents ZUM005

Mar. 6- Apr. 10

$58 Non-Residents Tue.

6:00pm-7:00pm

ZUM006

Apr. 17- May 22

Tue.

6:00pm-7:00pm

ZUM007

July 24- Aug. 28

Tue.

6:00pm-7:00pm

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BASKETBALL CLASS Age: 25 years old and up Location: O’Hara Park Middle School Instructor: Luis Colmenares

BOCCE BALL Age: adults Location: Creekside Park Instructor: John Newman/ Angie Newman

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 functions apply.

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 will be scheduled on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Each team captain must submit a team roster and indicate which night they prefer to play. Each team member must complete a registration form.

Fee: $45 Residents B-Ball

Now- May 23

Wed.

7:00pm-9:00pm

Fee: $20 Per Person

BOC004 Mar. 20- May 17 Tue. & Thur. 5:30pm BOC005 June 5- July 26 Tue. & Thur. 6:00pm

ADULTS

BECOME A CHAMPION Spare Time Aquatics Swim Team at Diamond Hills Sports Club and Spa is a USA year round team for children, ages 5 to 18. For More Info Call or Visit:

(925) 420-4575

www.diamondhillssc.com Sports Club Membership Required

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Be Knighted! Become an Aquaknight

New Season Sign-ups Begin

February 25, 2012

d Hills Sports Club and Spa n o m a i ights Swim Team at D for children ages 4 to 18 m a e t n . is a summer recreatio

Teamwork Sportsmanship

FUN!

Dedication Making Friends

For More Info Call or Visit:

(925) 420-4575

www.aquaknights.com www.sparetimeclubs.com Sports Club Membership Required

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DIAMOND HILLS

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COMMUNITY RECREATION CONTACTS YOUTH SPORTS East County Little League 925-625-6226 East County Hotshots 925-550-2227 Delta Baseball

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

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.

OTHER COMMUNITY CONTACTS

COMMUNITY CONTACTS

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 925-625-9986 Friends of Oakley www.friendsofoakley.web.com

Oakley Lions 925-625-7467

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MOVIES IN THE PLAZA 27 Spring/Summer 2012


Spring/ Summer 2012 Recreation Guide  

The Sring/ Summer 2012 Recreation Guide for the City of Oakley.

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