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PIEDMONT RECREATION'S PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS

Skipping Stones CHILDREN AGES 2 1/2 - 4 YEARS

SKIPPING STONES is a play-based preschool program with a curriculum that emerges from children's interests, and where one can experience learning at their own pace. The classroom is organized by "learning centers" that include:

Puzzles and Games

Manipulative Toys and Blocks

Gardening and Cooking

Writing Table

Reading Corners

Science Discovery

Dramatic Play

Arts and Crafts

FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING: REGISTER UP TO 3 DAYS A WEEK! B egi ns AU GU ST 26 | M- Th | 9: 00am - 1:0 0pm | Dai ly Rat e R$61 N R$73 VISIT OUR OPEN HOUSE AUGUST 22 & 23 from 11:30am - 1:30pm VIEW OUR NEWLY REMODELED CLASSROOM, MEET WITH TEACHERS AND PICK UP REGISTRATION PACKETS & CALENDARS!

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CITY OF PIEDMONT

Harvest Festival Sunday September 22

Tri-School Carnival

11:00am-3:00pm

Piedmont Main Park 711 Highland Avenue

Jazz Festival Farmers' Market 4

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Growing & Cooking Contest Lots of Fun

Gourmet Food Trucks Cake Walk

Art Show

Piedmont Center for the Arts

Scarecrow Contest

Growing Contest


Piedmont Community Events

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REGISTRATION THREE WAYS TO REGISTER • Online: activenet.active.com/piedmontrecreation using your Visa/MasterCard/American Express and your username and password. • Walk-In: Register in person during business hours. • Over the phone: Call PRD at 510.420.3070 during business hours and have your credit card ready to register. • See page 44 for registration details. Where to Register We’re online – you can be too! Take advantage of 24/7 convenience of registering online for all your favorite classes. Go to http://activenet.active.com/piedmontrecreation When to Register Online resident registration begins on August 6 at 10:00am, non-residents on August 20 at 10:00am and phone and walk in registration on August 21. Registration is required for all programs, trips, and activities.You are not considered registered until you have paid all fees and receive a confirmation. Schoolmates Extended Care • Child care services for children K-5 grades are available before/after school. • School year hours: M–F 7:30am–9:30am and 2:00–6:00pm • Holiday break hours: M–F 8:00am–6:00pm • For program details, please visit Schoolmates at ci.piedmont.ca.us/recreation/schoolmates.shtml Transportation Walking transportation services are available to/from some elementary school aged programs and Schoolmates (swim lessons excluded) from 3:00–5:00pm and 8:30am–5:00pm during holiday breaks. See page 44 for details. Up-to-the-Minute Activities Activities are sometimes added after this publication goes to print. Please look on ActiveNet for the most up-to-date activities. Proration Policy Any prorated requests must be made through the PRD office. There may a prorated administration fee applied, equal to one additional day of camp/class. Please note not all classes are eligible to be prorated. Facility Preservation Fee (FPF) For each sports program sign up with a fee of $50 or higher, a surcharge will be added to the program fee, to be deposited into a dedicated fund for preservation and replacement of athletic facilities or maintenance. If you have any questions, please contact Recreation Director at 510.420.3073. See page 22 for details.

Class Transfers Transfer requests must be made to PRD at least FIVE business days (TEN days in summer) in advance prior to the class start date. Assuming there is availability, you may transfer classes with no fee penalty. Refunds Refund requests must be submitted to PRD at least FIVE business days (TEN days in summer) in advance of the class start date. Refunds are charged a 10% processing fee and will not be issued after the first class meeting unless for family emergency or medical reasons. Full refunds will be given for all programs cancelled by PRD. Cancellations When the class minimum is not reached, we reserve the right to either postpone the beginning of the program or cancel the program and a refund will be issued. Missed Classes We do not issue refunds for missed classes or for quitting after the class start date.

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Sometimes an excellent program is cancelled when too many people wait until the last minute to register. Please avoid disappointment and register at least one week before a program begins.

Inclement Weather If we cancel classes or recreation activities due to inclement weather, we will attempt to make them up and give you advance notice. If we cannot make up a cancelled class, refunds will be given at the end of the session.

Photo Policy PRD occasionally takes photos of department programs that may include enrolled participants. Photos taken during programs, events or activities may be used in future department promotional materials. If you do not want your child’s photo used, please contact the Recreation Department. ADA In accordance with the requirements of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the Piedmont Recreation Department will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs, or activities. How to Use this Catalog

Creative Art

Activity name

JANE BACKUS

Instructor

A fun time to explore the creative world of art! A small class that works with a variety of mediums and materials, paints-claymolding with plaster gauze-drawing and gluing. We construct...

Activity description

AGES 4-5.5

Activity fee

R $108 • NR $128

Hampton Playschool Building 194029 Age

Code

Activity location

6

OH NO!

We cancelled a class because we did not know you were coming!

M Day class is held

9/9-10/14

(7 classes)

Start and end date

Number of classes

3:45-5:15pm Start and end time


A message from your

Director

By the time this activity guide lands in your mailbox, my transition from Recreation Director to City Administrator will be old news. I write this note on my final day at PRD and find myself reflecting on these past five years. My time at PRD has been both challenging and invigorating. I am continuously impressed by the skills, talents and commitment that PRD Staff bring every day to the Recreation Department and ultimately to the community we serve. I have developed deep respect for the work and the people of PRD as well as for the people of Piedmont. Longtime Recreation Supervisor, Erin Rivera will take on the role of Interim Recreation Director until a permanent replacement is hired. Erin brings tremendous experience and wisdom gained over her 25 years at PRD, and I am grateful for Erin’s willingness and enthusiasm to take on this leadership role. Knowing the department is in good hands with Erin and the entire PRD team makes leaving a little easier. As Summer ’19 comes to a close, I highlight the successful launch of CAMP EVERYTHING. Thanks to the vision and efforts of Erin Rivera, Katrina Morris, and Amanda Tehaney, PRD created a new full day camp which filled newly renovated Hampton Park with a fun enthusiastic staff, lots of kids, and endless smiles. We expect to expand and improve upon this year’s four-week pilot program to an even bigger and better CAMP EVERYTHING next summer. PRD is excited to offer a wide range of programs this fall. We work closely with Piedmont Middle School to provide diverse enrichment opportunities including interscholastic athletics, recreational sports, debate, arts, and healthy relationships. Mid-day and afternoon enrichment activities for preschool aged children have also been expanded, and the Piedmont Community Pool offers swim lessons through mid-November. The Harvest Festival will take place on September 22. Don’t miss this unique Piedmont tradition including homegrown edibles, scarecrows, carnival games, music, art ,and the popular cake walk.

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inside this issue

HOLIDAY Camps 10-13 CREATIVE ARTS Tot/Youth 14-15 Youth 16 Youth/Teen 17 ENRICHMENT Youth/Teen

18-20

SPORTS Tot/Youth 21-23 Tot/Youth/Teen 24 Youth/Teen 25-27 Basketball 28-29 Middle School 30-31 AQUATICS Classes & Lessons

32-39

ADULT Activities 40-43 REGISTRATION

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PIEDMONT MAP 46 FALL SESSION I September 3-October 18 FALL SESSION II October 21-December 13 HOLIDAY PROGRAMS Nov 25-27, Dec 26-27, Jan 2-3

NO PROGRAMS Nov 11, 28-29; Dec 23-25, 30-31 cover & brochure design: Donna Buttlaire

To get us ready for Halloween, PRD will host a new Halloween Carnival in the Main Park on October 19 which will include a Haunted Hotel at the Community Hall. Piedmont Community Pool will also host its annual pool Pumpkin Patch on October 26. We are here to enhance the day to day experience of our community. Please continue to tell us how we can better serve your needs.

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KIDS NIGHT OUT FRIDAY NIGHTS FROM 6:00PM - 9:30PM OCTOBER 4 AT BEACH NOVEMBER 1 AT HAVENS DECEMBER 6 AT WILDWOOD

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 $45 R  |  $55 NR    PER NIGHT OUT!


BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL CARE PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN GRADES K – 5

BEACH

BSM@PIEDMONT.CA.GOV

HAVENS

| 510.420.3077

HSM@PIEDMONT.CA.GOV

| 510.420.3078

WSM@PIEDMONT.CA.GOV

| 510.420.3076

WILDWOOD

AUGUST 12TH 1:30 - 6:00 PM MEET SCHOOLMATES STAFF

RECEIVE PROGRAM UPDATES

LEARN ABOUT EXTENDED CARE OPTIONS

GET YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED!

PICK UP EMERGENCY PACKETS QUESTIONS? JSTEARNS@PIEDMONT.CA.GOV JACKSON STEARNS, SCHOOLMATES SUPERVISOR

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HOLIDAY

Camps

Harry Potter Magical Engineering using LEGO®

Jr. Science Academy MAD SCIENCE

PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES

Explore the magic of Harry Potter using LEGO®! Find Platform 9 ¾, build Hogwarts Express Train, work cooperatively to construct the mysterious Hogwarts Castle, and soar on the wings of a Norwegian Ridgeback Dragon. Travel to a world of wizardry and hone your magical skills while learning about Muggle (STEM) concepts.

AGES 5-10

R $129 • NR $149

Location TBA 194131

M-W

11/25-11/27 (3 days) 9:00am-12:00pm

Holiday Workshop Let’s create fun treasures for the people we love. During our workshop, we'll make games, a treasure box, wind chime, drum, tie dye shirts, cookie mix and much more. Each day, we’ll share wonderful stories and work on fun projects to keep or give away. Come join the fun! R $216 • NR $241

Piedmont Middle School 194136

M-W

11/25-11/27 (3 days) 9:00am-12:00pm

M-W

11/25-11/27 (3 days) 9:00am-12:00pm

Crazy Chemistry Shake up a flask of fun in the lab as a junior chemist! These five half days of chemistry are packed solid with cool reactions. We explore and create exciting chemical reactions, make colorful concoctions and bubbling brews. Amaze yourself with magical temperature changing baggie science or growing ghost crystals. Study the chemistry involved in not-so-simple things like chalk and soap, and even experiment with the chemistry used by artists, spies and detectives! Chemists bring home a project each day. Hop on board the chemistry express this summer for a high-speed science experience!

194138

Let’s get inspired by the lives and artwork of Georgia O’Keefe, Paul Cezanne, Edward Hopper, Claude Monet and more famous artists. We’ll paint, draw and sculpt together. Come and create your own masterpieces! This class features all new projects. R $216 • NR $241

Piedmont Middle School M-W

194133

R $205 • NR $230

Piedmont Middle School

GIENA VOGEL

AGES 5-9

R $205 • NR $230

Piedmont Middle School

AGES 7-12

Artist’s Workshop

194137

AGES 4-6

MAD SCIENCE

GIENA VOGEL

AGES 5-9

During this exciting day of fun, hands-on, and interactive programming, our professionally trained Mad Scientists will take your camper on a thrilling journey of amazing scientific discoveries. Through hands-on experiments and demonstrations, the world of dinosaurs, chemical reactions and bubbling potions, erupting volcanoes, gooey slime, space and more. Each day children will make cool take-home activities which they will be excited to bring home.

11/25-11/27 (3 days)

1:00am-4:00pm

M-W

11/25-11/27 (3 days) 1:00am-4:00pm

HOLIDAY SCHOOLMATES FOR FUN GAMES, CRAFTS, AND MORE! We’ll keep things fresh with new activities like RC Car Races and making Snow Globes! Grades K-5 • 8:00am–6:00pm November 25, 26, 27 at Wildwood December 27, 30, 31 at Havens January 2, 3 at Havens REGISTER ONLINE for a FULL DAY or JUST AN HOUR! Questions? jstearns@piedmont.ca.gov or kmorris@piedmont.ca.gov

We’ll see you at SCHOOLMATES! “It’s good for kids!”

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HOLIDAY

Camps Adventures in STEM: Makerspace Design

FUNdamental Basketball BRYAN GARDERE

JORDI MILLER, MILLER MENTORING

Adventures in STEM will challenge teens with problem-based inquiry labs using makerspace and design thinking. This STEM focused camp will emphasize creativity and engineering to solve problems in groups and as individuals. We will create masterpieces on canvas with our ‘Catapult SplatterPaint’ project and protect houses on the beach with ‘Longshore Drift.’ Students will make towers out of spaghetti sticks and drop eggs off of balconies! Utilizing the Design Thinking process of empathy, designing, ideating, prototyping, and testing, in just three days, we will make MAKERS out of our teens!

AGES 8-14

R $225 • NR $250

Piedmont Middle School 194135

M-W

11/25-11/27 (3 days)

1:00-3:45pm

Artist Studio TA MUELLER-HARLEY

The perfect class for budding artists who wish to experiment with their own ideas and skills, a place where artistic expression will flow freely. The kids will get creative with different themes and use watercolor, markers, fabric, oil pastels, yarn, etc. to produce paintings, collages, installations and more. The class will also learn about famous artists and their ways of making art. Students will work on individual projects as well as collaborations.

AGES 9-14

R $195 • NR $215

Piedmont Middle School 194134

M-W

11/25-11/27 (3 days) 9:30am-12:00pm

Do you want to improve your basketball skills? This camp is designed to make you a more complete basketball player. We train players to be comfortable in the most uncomfortable situations. Whether you are an advanced player or a beginner, the drills taught at this camp will help you improve your game. Come work on the everyday FUNdamentals of your game: shooting, footwork, passing, ball-handling and defense. The only way to improve the proper way is to practice the proper things and then fall in love with the process. Fun games, challenges and daily competitions in a positive and energetic environment.

AGES 6-14

PMS Buzz/Morrison Gyms**

R $181 • NR $206

*R $125 • NR $145

194139

M-W

11/25-11/27 (3 days)

194148

Th-F

1/2-1/3 (2 days)*

1:00-4:00pm 9:00am-12:00pm

Soccer Skills Camp - All Levels ONE VILLAGE SPORTS

Give your player a skills boost with our soccer camp for Thanksgiving Break. Players will improve their ball-handling, passing, receiving, shooting, finishing and team strategy skills through skills training and lots of fun games. Players learn professional skills from professional coaches. The best way to spend their break! T-shirt included.

AGES 6-10

R $190 • NR $215

Beach Playfield** 194132

M-W

11/25-11/27 (3 days) 9:00am-12:00pm

Beg/Int Mini Fencing Camp DAVID SINKKONEN

Fencing is often referred to as physical chess and combines the mental challenges of having to out think your opponent, while using the agility of martial arts. The camp teaches the fundamentals of fencing through fencing related games and lots of fun!

AGES 8-14

R $103 • NR $123

Piedmont Community Church 194141

Th-F

12/26-12/27 (2 days) 8:30am-12:30pm

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HOLIDAY

Camps

introducing …

HOLIDAY

A DAY-LONG CAMP that combines EVERYTHING children love with the FREEDOM to create their own schedule and the opportunity to create gifts and treats for the holidays. Join us as we gear up for the holidays. We find new interests, build skills, and make new friends in a world free from judgment and expectations! Counselors will encourage campers to try a little bit of EVERYTHING all while creating gifts, decorations, and treats to help spread holiday cheer. SOME OF WHAT’S OFFERED: BAKESHOP: Join us for baking and decorating! CRAFTY HUT: Decorate picture frames, create calendars, and make jewelry or gifts. CRE8TIVE DESIGN: Whether your child prefers sewing or using a glue gun, they can make bags, tops, hats, scarves, and more. Spice up your old clothes for the new year or create new pieces! SPORTS: Take a break from creating to exercise your body and mind by playing camp classics and traditional sports with a twist. ARTASTIC: Create masterpieces with paint, clay, and mixed media! TAG YOU’RE IT: The whole camp comes together in the afternoon for high-energy collaborative games & songs. ZEN ZONE: Campers have a self-serve supply of books, card, board, and strategy games to enjoy in a quiet space.

AGES 5-12

Havens Schoolmates

194150 Monday, December 23

Kids Carpentry Since 1982, Kids' Carpentry has taught thousands of boys and girls the joys of working with real tools and wood. The safe use of hand tools is emphasized while kids work together on trucks, bird feeders, doll furniture, airplanes and other items. In addition to the fun, kids gain experience in measuring and applied mathematics. By visualizing, planning, and building projects, children develop abstract reasoning capabilities and fine motor skills. Children can select from a wide range of project choices supplied by the instructor but are encouraged to design and build based on their own needs and imaginations. Carpentry classes are taught with one teacher for every 8 students, ensuring careful attention and respect for each child. R $165 • NR $185

Piedmont Middle School 194142

Th-F

8:30am-4:30pm

Minecraft Engineering using LEGO®

CASEY NUTT

GRADES K-3

R $95 • NR $110

12/26-12/27 (2 days) 10:30am-1:00pm

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PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES

Bring Minecraft to life using tens of thousands of LEGO®! Build engineer-designed projects such as a motorized Creeper, a portal to the Nether, and a moving Minecart! Create your favorite Minecraft objects with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. Whether you are new to Minecraft and LEGO or a seasoned veteran, you'll be hooked on the endless creative possibilities.

AGES 5-10

R $93 • NR $108

Piedmont Middle School 194140

Th-F

12/26-12/27 (2 days) 9:00am-12:00pm


HOLIDAY

Camps Slime and Stories GIENA VOGEL

Come and make squishy, gooey slime! Each day you’ll make a new kind of slime to take home. After that, we’ll listen to fantastic stories and make art projects to go with them. Each camp features different slimes and stories.

AGES 5-9

R $144 • NR $164

Piedmont Middle School 194146

Th-F

1/2-1/3 (2 days)

9:00am-12:00pm

Artist’s Workshop

Jedi Engineering using LEGO® PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES

The Force Awakens in this engineering course for young Jedi! Explore engineering principles by designing and building projects such as LEGO® X-Wings, R2 Units, Energy Catapults, Defense Turrets, and Settlements from a galaxy far, far away. Create motorized and architectural projects using imagination and engineering to defeat the Empire!

AGES 5-10 Piedmont Middle School

GIENA VOGEL

194145

Let’s get inspired by the lives and artwork of Salvador Dali, Joan Miro and more famous artists. We’ll paint, draw and sculpt together. Come and create your own masterpieces! This class features all new projects.

KinderBOTS

AGES 5-9

R $144 • NR $164

Piedmont Middle School 194149

Th-F

1/2-1/3 (2 days)

1:00am-4:00pm

Art & Jewelry DRAGONFLY DESIGNS

After opening with friendship building games, campers will jump into the artistic process and come away with a brand new collection of gorgeous art & jewelry pieces and the skills to make each one of them! We teach a wide array of art & jewelry techniques not to be found elsewhere. Techniques working with clay, metal, etching, beading, patina, stamping and dapping, mosaics, candle & soap making, painting, tie-dye, and copper etching and more may be introduced. Each week & each day includes NEW curriculum!

AGES 5-12

R $184 • NR $204

Piedmont Middle School 194143

Th-F

1/2-1/3 (2 days)

R $93 • NR $108

9:00am-3:00pm

Th-F

1/2-1/3 (2 days)

9:00am-12:00pm

TINY TECHS CLUB

A unique program that is aimed at fostering creativity through science and technology in younger children, our KinderBots program has a strong focus on introducing simple engineering and technology concepts in a fun, hands-on way. Each child gets a computer and LEGO® kit with motors and sensors to learn with. What is a GEAR? What is a PULLEY? Where do we see it? Can I build one? Our custom designed curriculum encourages young kids to question engineering and technology.

AGES 4-6

R $104 • NR $124

Piedmont Middle School 194144

Th-F

1/2-1/3 (2 days)

9:00am-12:00pm

Thingamakids THINGAMAJIGS!

The Thingamakids! Music Education Program brings children, artists, teachers and science together through sound experiments. Teaching Artists work with children throughout the year in hands-on instrument building, music appreciation, and the study of sound produced through made and found objects.

GRADES 4-7

R $150 • NR $170

Piedmont Middle School 194147

Th-F

1/2-1/3 (2 days)

9:00am-12:00pm

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CREATIVE ARTS

Tot/Youth

Musikgarten Family Music

Creative Art

NANCI SCHNEIDINGER

A fun time to explore the creative world of art! A small class that works with a variety of mediums and materials, paints-claymolding with plaster gauze-drawing and gluing. We construct and build while increasing awareness to color, texture through free flowing designs and express creativity. In this small group, students will have individual step by step instruction and guidance while working in a quiet home-like setting.

for Babies

Come join us with your baby for a unique musical experience that you’ll both enjoy! In a relaxed, yet stimulating environment, you and your baby will experience a plethora of new songs, joyous circle dances, engaging puppet play, baby safe instrument exploration, baby exercise, massage, sign language, and more! Class fee includes digital access to music, CD, and beautiful parent workbook. Price includes material fee.

0mo-18mo

R $141 • NR $156

801 Magnolia Avenue East Wing 194039

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9/4-10/16 (7 classes)

10:30-11:15am

194040

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10/23-12/11 (7 classes) 10:30-11:15am

194041

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9/5-10/17 (7 classes)

9:30-10:15am

194042

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10/24-12/12 (7 classes)

9:30-10:15am

JANE BACKUS

AGES 4-5.5

R $108 • NR $128

Hampton Playschool Building 194029

M

9/9-10/14 (6 classes)

3:45-5:15pm

194030

M

10/21-12/9 (6 classes)

3:45-5:15pm

Beginning Knitting JANE BACKUS

Have fun learning to knit by the simple act of transferring a row of stitches from one knitting needle on to another knitting needle! Repeat the process and watch a wonderful fabric take shape! You'll love using colorful yarns to make a scarf, a small bag, a hat, or even a mouse! Step by step careful instruction. Students cast on and use the basic knit and purl stitches. We learn knitting terms, all while working in a small quiet group atmosphere.

AGES 6-12

R $126 • NR $146

Hampton Playschool Building 194031

Tu

9/3-10/15 (7 classes)

3:45-5:15pm

194032

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10/22-12/10 (7 classes)

3:45-5:15pm

for Toddlers

194033

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9/5-10/17 (7 classes)

3:45-5:15pm

NANCI SCHNEIDINGER

194034

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10/24-12/12 (7 classes)

3:45-5:15pm

Come join our joyful class! In addition to learning over 30 new songs and activities, you and your child will enjoy creative movement, engaging puppet play, storytime, simple instruments, sign language, vocal play and much more. Children learn social skills, turn taking skills and fine and gross motor skills while having fun. Fee includes CD, digital access to class music, and beautiful workbook. Price includes material fee.

Sewing

Musikgarten Family Music

AGES 16mo-4yr

R $141 • NR $156

801 Magnolia Avenue East Wing

JANE BACKUS Enjoy learning to SEW BY HAND! Stitching fun whimsical items as a soft pillow, a cup cake, or an ice cream cone. Learn basic techniques and sewing terms: running stitch, back stitch, whip stitch and what a seam is! Class covers safety and proper use of various needles, scissors, threads and fabric. Students use their imagination to create something from nothing, all while working in a quiet supportive atmosphere with individual instruction.

194037

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9/4-10/16 (7 classes)

9:30-10:15am

194038

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10/23-12/11 (7 classes)

9:30-10:15am

194043

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9/5-10/17 (7 classes)

10:30-11:15am

194035

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9/4-10/16 (7 classes)

3:45-5:15pm

194044

Th

10/24-12/12 (7 classes) 10:30-11:15am

194036

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10/23-12/11 (7 classes)

3:45-5:15pm

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AGES 7-12

R $126 • NR $146

Hampton Playschool Building


Kinetic Kids

POLKADOTS TRAVELING SCHOOL OF DANCE This PolkaDots curriculum offers a fun rhythm and movement class for younger students...and boy will we move! Learn to move to the different Beats and rhythms that set the foundations for dance and following instructions. Each weeks features a Yoga focus, cultural songs from countries around the world along with basic movement and rhythm games. Come shake your "boo thing" with us.

AGES 18mo-3

CREATIVE ARTS

Tot/Youth

www.polkadotsdance.com

R $126 • NR $146

Beginning Ballet & Tap

POLKADOTS TRAVELING SCHOOL OF DANCE

This class is geared towards the school age dancer just beginning their ballet education. Come learn the foundation of dance through ballet and tap with PolkaDots cohesive curriculum that focuses on the JOY of movements. Students learn the beginnings of ballet and tap terms, movements and definitions in a supportive and happy environment. The session ends with a small, themed recital on the last day of class where students will gain the experience of costumes, facepaint and performance. Come dance with us!

AGES 5-10

801 Magnolia Avenue East Wing 194046

W

9/4-10/16 (7 classes)

5:30-6:30pm

801 Magnolia Avenue East Wing

194047

W

10/23-12/11 (7 classes)

5:30-6:30pm

194048

W

9/4-12/11 (14 classes)

R $277 • NR $307 3:30-4:30pm

Pre-Ballet & Tap

POLKADOTS TRAVELING SCHOOL OF DANCE Learn the basics of ballet and tap dance through this fun and energetic take on these often rigid dance form. PolkaDots offers a cohesive curriculum with a focus on the JOY of dance. Students learn the beginnings of ballet and tap terms, movements and definitions in a supportive and happy environment. The session ends with a small, themed recital on the last day of class where students will gain the experience of costumes, facepaint and performance. Come dance with us!

AGES 3-5

R $277 • NR $307

801 Magnolia Avenue East Wing 194050

W

9/4-12/11 (14 classes)

1:30-2:30pm

Kinder Ballet & Tap

Beginning Ballet & Tap Level 2

This class is geared toward TK and Kindergartners. Learn the basics of ballet and tap dance through this fun and energetic take on the often rigid form. PolkaDots offers a cohesive curriculum with a focus on the JOY of dance. Students learn the foundation of ballet movement, terms and definitions while discovering how fun it can be to move. This class ends with a small themed recital with costumes on the last day of class.

This class is geared toward dancers with at least one year of dance experience. We begin to learn basic combinations and focus on basic technique with in our cohesive curriculum with a focus on the JOY of dance. Students learn the next level of ballet and tap in a supportive and encouraging environment. The session ends with a small, themed recital on the last day of class where students gain the experience of costumes, facepaint and performance. Come dance with us!

POLKADOTS TRAVELING SCHOOL OF DANCE

AGES 4-6

R $277 • NR $307

801 Magnolia Avenue East Wing 194045

W

9/4-12/11 (14 classes)

2:30-3:30pm

POLKADOTS TRAVELING SCHOOL OF DANCE

AGES 6-10

R $277 • NR $307

801 Magnolia Avenue East Wing 194049

W

9/4-12/11 (14 classes)

4:30-5:30pm

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CREATIVE ARTS

Youth

Jewelry Making & Design/PreK

Textiles & Fiber Arts/PreK

Dare to dazzle with handmade jewelry pieces! This is a jewelrymaking class for beginners that encourages children to explore their creativity through an introduction to interesting colors, textures, and age-appropriate jewelry-making techniques. Our classes are designed not only to entertain, but to improve hand-eye coordination, small muscle development, and patternmaking skills. Children learn the basics of beading, finger knitting and so much more! Our highly trained and fun instructors create a relaxed, encouraging environment all children will love.

This class will introduce students to the basics of textile and fiber art techniques. Processes such as using scissors, cutting, threading needles, sewing, color theory, dying, stamping, and fabric painting. Children improve concentration, focus, manual dexterity and hand eye coordination. Projects may include Shibori and Batik Dyeing, Woven Wall Hangings, Printed T-shirts, Decorated Bags,Tie Dyeing, Papermaking, Bean Bags.

AGES 4-5

Textiles & Fiber Arts/Youth

DRAGONFLY DESIGNS

R $465 • NR $495

Piedmont Recreation 1 Floor st

194105

AGES 5-7

Tu

9/3-12/10 (14 classes)

1:30-2:25pm R $465 • NR $495

Piedmont Recreation 1st Floor 194106

Tu

9/3-12/10 (14 classes)

3:30-4:30pm

Jewelry Making & Design/Youth DRAGONFLY DESIGNS Our newly designed Jewelry Making class begins with the creation of an art journal where students document the techniques learned throughout class. Students begin with the basics by getting to know the tools and then practicing jewelry making skills such as crimping, bead stringing and designing their own pieces. Once the basics have been mastered, students advance to more complex techniques such as wire work & stamping & dapping metal, cord, and leather projects. Our highly trained and fun instructors create a relaxed, encouraging environment all children will love.

AGES 7-11

R $465 • NR $495

Piedmont Recreation 1st Floor 194107

Tu

9/3-12/10 (14 classes)

4:30-5:30pm

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DRAGONFLY DESIGNS

AGES 4-5

R $465 • NR $495

Piedmont Recreation 1 Floor st

194108

W

9/4-12/11 (14 classes)

1:30-2:25pm

DRAGONFLY DESIGNS

This class will introduce students to the basics of textile and fiber art techniques. Processes such as sewing, wool felting, weaving, screen printing, macrame, dyeing, stamping and fabric painting. Students learn to design, plan, and execute their ideas from an abstract notion into a tangible product. Projects may include Wool Felted Stued Animals, Shibori and Batik, Woven Wall Hangings, Pillows, Zipper Pouches, Drawstring Bags, Screen-print T-shirts, Decorated Tote Bags, Tie Dyeing, Papermaking, Bean Bags, Macrame.

AGES 5-7

R $465 • NR $495

Piedmont Recreation 1 Floor st

194109

W

9/4-12/11 (14 classes)

AGES 7-11

2:30-3:30pm

R $465 • NR $495

Piedmont Recreation 1 Floor st

194110

W

9/4-12/11 (14 classes)

3:30-4:30pm


CREATIVE ARTS

Youth/Teen Kids’ Carpentry

Clay Exploration

Students gain experience in measuring, physical engineering, abstract reasoning, applied math, fine motor skills, patience and the safe use of a variety of carpentry tools. The lessons, projects, and tools evolve with each student’s pace. Students build from a variety of project examples such as boats, trucks, bird feeders, swords, doll furniture, spinning tops, airplanes, games and many more.

Basic hand building techniques and tool use is covered, but the emphasis is on exploration and fun. Projects are given each week but students are welcome to come up with their own ideas. There will be story reading as time permits. This is a great, no pressure introduction to ceramics. Parents are welcome.

CATRINA MARCHETTI

CASEY NUTT

GRADES K-2

R $175 • NR $195

AGES 5-7 R $241 • NR $271 * R $221 • NR $251

PRD Attic

Veterans’ Memorial Building 194018 M 9/9-10/14 (6 classes)

2:15-3:15pm

194026

M

9/9-12/9 (12 classes)

194019

2:15-3:15pm

194027

F

9/6-12/13 (14 classes)*

M

10/21-12/9 (6 classes)

GRADES 1-5

3:30-4:30pm 2:30-3:15pm

R $175 • NR $195

Veterans’ Memorial Building 194020 M 9/9-10/14 (6 classes)

3:15-4:30pm

194021

M

3:15-4:30pm

194022

M

194023

M

10/21-12/9 (6 classes) 9/9-10/14 (6 classes)

4:30-5:45pm

10/21-12/9 (6 classes)

4:30-5:45pm

Creative Crafts with Ruth RUTH TILLMAN

Continue all the exciting crafts that Ruth teaches at Wildwood and Havens Schools. We will be making adorable stuffed felt characters, playing with clay, creating sculptures out of paper, sewing cute embroidery kits, making 3D pixel art out of beads, diamond painting, pixel pictures on cookies and so much more.

AGES 8-14

R $200 • NR $225

Piedmont Middle School 194115

W

9/4-10/16 (7 classes)

3:30-5:00pm

194116

W

10/23-12/11 (7 classes)

3:30-5:00pm

Walking Transportation Hours 3:00pm-5:00pm

Clay and Goodies CATRINA MARCHETTI

The first few weeks we focus on sculpting, throwing, pinching and molding clay. As our pieces develop, and we contemplate how best to decorate them, we will create some of our favorite goodies in the kitchen. Students have chosen fruit salads, hot chocolate, quesadillas, muffins, cakes and more in past programs. Some food will be made by students and some ahead of time. A delicious way to end the week!

AGES 8-12

R $325 • NR $355

PRD Attic

194028

9/6-12/13 (14 classes)

F

3:45-5:15pm

www.ci.piedmont.ca.us/recreation • 510.420.3070

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ENRICHMENT

Youth/Teen

KinderBOTS TINY TECHS CLUB

A unique program that is aimed at fostering creativity through science and technology in younger children, our KinderBots program has a strong focus on introducing simple engineering and technology concepts in a fun, hands-on way. Each child gets a computer and LEGO® kit with motors and sensors to learn with. What is a GEAR? What is a PULLEY? Where do wesee it? Can I build one? Our custom designed curriculum encourages young kids to question engineering and technology.

GRADES K-1

R $170 • NR $195

Piedmont Middle School 194101

M

194102

M

9/9-10/14 (6 classes) 10/21-12/9 (6 classes)

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

Aloha Mind Math

THE STARTUP SQUAD

Want to turn your slime-making, brownie-baking, or pet-walking hobbies into a business? Here you’ll learn important life skills while experiencing the fun and adventure of starting your own business and thinking like an entrepreneur! The first four weeks will be spent creating the ultimate lemonade stand.You'll work in groups and learn how to brand, market, research and develop a product that has the most potential; then create a sales pitch, learn to deliver it confidently, build a business plan to ensure that your business will be profitable, and finally, take your product out on to the market and see how your plan works! During the last four weeks, you’ll apply what you’ve learned to develop a business based on your passions and get to pitch that business to a panel of local entrepreneurs to gain valuable feedback and insights on how to go out and really make it happen!

AGES 8-12

ALOHA MIND MATH

Did you know math is rooted in our visual neural networks? This STEM program will present math in a hands-on, engaging and fun environment.Your child will learn to use an abacus as well as mental math techniques. Students will develop agility with numbers, acquire visualization skills and improve concentration and focus.Your child will broaden his or her understanding of math and realize that they too can be math rock star. Board games and other fun activities round out this camp experience. Abacus and workbook included.

AGES 6-12

The Startup Squad: An Entrepreneurial Bootcamp

R $150 • NR $170

Piedmont Middle School 194113

Th

9/5-10/17 (7 classes)

3:30-4:30pm

194114

Th

10/24-12/12 (7 classes)

3:30-4:30pm

R $175 • NR $200

Piedmont Middle School 194103

Th

9/5-10/17 (7 classes)

3:30-4:30pm

194104

Th

10/24-12/12 (7 classes)

3:30-4:30pm

Career-Connected Classroom™: Labs in Medicine & Science KIMSEATTLE

A hands-on lab series using authentic equipment and anatomical tissue involving: 1. Cardiac anatomy and physiology with a connection to biomedical device engineering; 2. DNA basics and beginning biotech, including cheek cell DNA isolation, micropipetting and DNA gel electrophoresis; 3. Forensic facial reconstruction, where students “put a face on history” intersecting art and science while learning cranial anatomy. The intention is to provide exposure to careers in science and medicine that are not traditionally recognized. By exploring particular career-clusters grouped by knowledge and skills required, participants will connect learning to life goals – and have FUN while doing it!

AGES 12-14

R $350 • NR $380

Piedmont Middle School

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194111

W

9/4-10/16 (7 classes)

2:30-4:00pm

194112

W

10/23-12/11 (7 classes)

2:30-4:00pm


ENRICHMENT

Youth/Teen Public Speaking with Confidence

Public Speaking, Debates and Writing Skills

Being able to communicate effectively and confidently has immeasurable benefits in students’ academic and personal lives. This class helps students structure their thoughts to express their opinions effectively as well as listen to the other side. Children learn to present with confidence, use emotion, and connect with the audience. They do fun and age-appropriate presentations including creating stories from pictures, writing rhyming poems, narratives, news reporting, campaign speeches, tongue-twisters and more. By using topics of their interest, and encouraging them to use props, stories, jokes, and quotes, we make learning exciting and effective! Shy students and talkative ones alike will benefit and learn from this class.

Confidence breeds success! In any field, whether it’s academics, music, or sports, children who have talent as well as confidence are the ones who become successful. Bring out confidence in your children with this class! Students learn to write and present narratives, news reports, campaign speeches, debates, and town hall presentations on thought-provoking and interesting topics! We use templates to ensure that your kids learn various writing and debating strategies. Shy students and talkative ones alike will benefit and learn from this class.

GURUS EDUCATION

AGES 7-10

GURUS EDUCATION

R $299 • NR $329

AGES 10.5-16

R $299 • NR $329

Piedmont Middle School 194052

Th

9/5-12/12 (14 classes)

3:30-4:30pm

Piedmont Middle School 194051

Tu

9/3-12/10 (14 classes)

3:45-4:45pm

Money-Money

PIEDMONT RECREATION

GURUS EDUCATION

A useful and fun course that benefits and is loved by children and parents alike! This class introduces students to money management using activities like comparative shopping, salary analysis, budgeting a trip, and wants and needs planning. Students learn how to track expenses and analyze them. They study entrepreneurship, loans, taxation and more. Parents love to see their children become aware on these concepts.

AGES 9-12

R $149 • NR $169

Piedmont Middle School 194053

F

PMS Debate Team

9/6-10/18 (7 classes)

3:30-4:30pm

Join the award-winning PMS Debate Team where students learn the fundamentals including research competence, evidence evaluation, public speaking, media literacy, conflict resolution, critical thinking, and critical listening. Beginner to advanced debaters are welcome. 7-8th graders Monday class will focuses on debate fundamentals and skills, and the Wednesday class is devoted to research and debating tournament topics. 6th graders will have a developmental program that focuses on skill building and will not compete in tournaments. 7-8th grade students have the opportunity to compete in monthly tournaments offered by the East Bay Debate League which is a parliamentary style debate geared towards middle school students. Limited to (26) 7-8th grade students and (20) 6th grade students. Piedmont Middle School enrollment is required.

GRADE 6

OH NO!

WE CANCELLED

a program because we didn't know you were coming!

Sometimes an excellent program is cancelled when too many people wait until the last minute to register. Please avoid disappointment and register at least one week before a program begins.

R $245

Piedmont Middle School 194158

W

9/4-3/4

GRADES 7-8

2:15-3:30pm R $595

Piedmont Middle School 194157

M/W

9/4-3/4

3:30-5:00pm

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ENRICHMENT

Youth/Teen

NATASHA SINGH has been an educator for twenty years and has taught at Rutgers University, Collegiate

School for Boys, and Branson School. She serves as Executive Director at Asha Rising, Co-Chair of the Board of Center for Domestic Peace, and an advisor to FreedomFwd. Natasha speaks widely on sex-ed, sexual literacy, consent, porn culture, healthy relationships, ethics, and communication—and partners with Bay Area schools to implement sexual literacy and consent education. Visit www.sexlited.com

How to Talk to Kids About Sex, Sexual Ethics, and Decision-Making (Adult Class)

Contrary to popular belief, talking to kids about sex and sexuality does not pierce their innocence or encourage them to have sex at an early age. Studies show that engaging kids in ongoing age-appropriate conversations about sex, healthy relationships, and decision-making results in later sexual debuts and less indulgence in risky behavior. In this ongoing monthly class, we address— and move past—the barriers that prevent parents from engaging in conversations with their kids about intimacy. Parents learn how to talk to their kids in age-appropriate ways about about essential topics including consent, bodily autonomy, sexual ethics, gender, pornography, digital ethics, gender identity/sexual orientation, decision making, safety, pleasure, healthy/unhealthy relationships and more. Parents (with children of any age) will leave these classes with concrete language, tools, and strategies to open the lines of communication about one of the most important arenas of a child’s life and future—and keep those lines open. Location TBD R $195 • NR $220 194155 W 10/9, 11/13, 12/11 7:00-8:30pm

Healthy Friendships / Healthy Relationships 5TH GRADE CO-ED

7TH GRADE CO-ED

In this two-part class, students learn key concepts that will help lay the foundation for their understanding of gender, ethics, bodily autonomy, consent, compassionate communication, resilience, and more. By participating in an ongoing conversation about what constitutes healthy/unhealthy behavior (in both friendships and relationships), students can begin to co-create new social norms that will help prepare them for the future.

In this series, we address the importance of bodily autonomy, consent, agency, gender role training, and self-determination in friendships and relationships. But we will also move beyond theory to practice, so that students have an opportunity to cultivate resilience and emotional intelligence by practicing the art of communication—whether that’s reading verbal and nonverbal cues or expressing preferences and boundaries. In this interactive, fun, and vital workshop, students break down barriers between self and others in order to step into direct and honest communication.

801 Magnolia East Wing 194151 F

10/25, 11/15, 12/13

R $185 • NR $210 3:30-5:00pm

801 Magnolia East Wing 194153 Su

6TH GRADE CO-ED

10/13, 11/3, 12/8

In the 6th grade, students are beginning to form ideas about the social differences they're encounter at school, in their communities, and online—whether those differences have to do with gender, race, class, or identity. But without a solid understanding of gender role training, anti-racism, and media literacy, it’s not easy to see one’s own blind spots—or the blind spots of others. In this popular (and foundational) three-part workshop, students gain an understanding of sexism, racism and other forms of oppression in order to help them make choices that respect their own dignity as well as the dignity of others.

8TH GRADE CO-ED

801 Magnolia East Wing

801 Magnolia East Wing

194152 Su

10/13, 11/3, 12/8

R $185 • NR $210 10:00am-11:30pm

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R $185 • NR $210 12:30-2:00pm

Whether students are aware of it or not, they’re in the midst of developing core ideas, beliefs, and attitudes about gender roles, relationships, and sexuality. Using values clarification exercises, debates on current events, role-playing, and somatic exercises, students will learn to identify their own ethics and core beliefs— and have opportunities to identify, defend, and strengthen them. In this class, students will be encouraged to take risks, cultivate resilience, and create community (and new social norms) with their peers. 194154 W

10/23, 11/20, 12/18

R $185 • NR $210 2:15-3:45pm


SPORTS

Tot/Youth Uniform included.

Lil’ Kickers Bunnies (Parent participation)

A fun parent-participation class introducing your child to soccer.

AGES 18m-24m

R $270 • NR $300

Beach Playfield** 194058 F

9/6-12/13 (14 classes)

10:00-10:50am

Lil’ Kickers Thumpers (Parent participation) Your child learns to play soccer as well as how to play with others. We focus on the fundamental soccer skills.

AGES 2-3

R $270 • NR $300

Beach Playfield** 194061 F

9/6-12/13 (14 classes) 11:00-11:50am

Lil’ Kickers Cottontails

Lil’ Sluggers Mascots (Parent participation)

Your child learns baseball, but more importantly, he or she learns to play with others. We focus on base running, hitting, throwing, fielding, and coordination.

AGES 2-3

R $270 • NR $300

Beach Playfield** 194067

F

9/6-12/13 (14 classes) 4:00-4:50pm

Lil’ Sluggers Minors (Parent participation)

Lil' Sluggers programs helps kids become confident, well-balanced, and happy with their performance. This transitional class is designed to continue baseball in a fun environment.

AGES 3-4 R $270 • NR $300 Beach Playfield**

(Parent participation)

194060 F

9/6-12/13 (14 classes)

10:00-10:50am

A transitional class for kids not yet ready to be without a parent.

194066 F

9/6-12/13 (14 classes)

4:00-4:50pm

AGES 2.5-3.5

R $270 • NR $300

Beach Playfield** 194064 F

9/6-12/13 (14 classes) 4:00-4:50pm

Lil’ Kickers Hoppers AGES 3-4

Lil’ Sluggers Majors

We want kids to love life. Baseball just happens to be part of it. This class continues the fun baseball experience.

AGES 4-5 R $270 • NR $300

R $270 • NR $300

Beach Playfield**

Beach Playfield**

194063 F

9/6-12/13 (14 classes) 11:00-11:50am

194059 F

194070 F

9/6-12/13 (14 classes) 5:00-5:50pm

9/6-12/13 (14 classes) 10:00-10:50am

Lil’ Kickers Jackrabbits AGES 3.5-4.5

R $270 • NR $300

Beach Playfield** 194065 F

Lil’ Sluggers Hall of Famers AGES 5-6

Beach Playfield**

9/6-12/13 (14 classes)

4:00-4:50pm

194071 F

R $270 • NR $300

9/6-12/13 (14 classes) 5:00-5:50pm

Lil’ Kickers Micro 4/5 & 6/7 AGES 4-5

R $270 • NR $300

Beach Playfield** 194062

F

9/6-12/13 (14 classes)

11:00-11:50am

194068

F

9/6-12/13 (14 classes)

5:00-5:50pm

AGES 6-7

R $270 • NR $300

194069 F

9/6-12/13 (14 classes)

5:00-5:50pm

**FPF fee included (see page 22 for details.) www.ci.piedmont.ca.us/recreation • 510.420.3070

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SPORTS

Tot/Youth

Kick & Play:

Super Soccer Stars 5-7

Caregiver & Child Pre-Soccer Movement

SUPER SOCCER STARS

SUPER SOCCER STARS Kick & Play is a parent-child pre-soccer and movement program designed for toddlers. Our experienced instructors along with our puppet friends, Mimi & Pepe, take your little one and you through a world of physical activity. Individual attention, positive reinforcement, and engaging original music help to develop pre-soccer skills that will have your toddler learning to balance, run, kick and play – all while having a blast! (Parent participation.)

AGES 1-2 R $212 • NR $237 Beach Playfield** 194087

W

9/4-10/16 (7 classes)

10:00-10:40am

194088

W

10/2312/11 (7 classes)

10:00-10:40am

Super Soccer Stars 2-3 SUPER SOCCER STARS

Super Soccer Stars class includes an introduction to physical activities, rich language exposure, and movements such as running, hopping, jumping, and changing directions. The focal point at this age group is to improve your child’s natural development through our fun, physical learning experience allowing your child to improve their natural ability.

AGES 2-3

R $212 • NR $237

Beach Playfield** 194089

W

9/4-10/16 (7 classes)

10:50-11:30am

194090

W

10/23-12/11 (7 classes)

10:50-11:30am

Super Soccer Stars 3-4 SUPER SOCCER STARS

The focal point at this age group is for your child to become comfortable with the ball by developing soccer skills such as dribbling, shooting and the introduction of passing. Every class includes dynamic activities, which involve dribbling technique, and moves to promote confidence with the ball. The primary focus is body movement with the ball and your child will be introduced to juggling and other skill building activities. The concepts of teammates and teamwork are also introduced.

AGES 3-4 R $212 • NR $237 Beach Playfield** 194091

W

9/4-10/16 (7 classes)

1:10-1:55pm

194092

W

10/23-12/11 (7 classes)

1:10-1:55pm

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The focal point at this age group is to improve your child’s elementary capacity through fun games, skill development and group activities. Every class emphasizes spatial awareness and teammates, encouraging teamwork. Repetitious ball skill activities are used to promote muscle memory and build confidence.

AGES 5-7 R $212 • NR $237 Beach Playfield** 194093

W

9/4-10/16 (7 classes)

2:00-3:00pm

194094

W

10/23-12/11 (7 classes)

2:00-3:00pm

Soccer Shots Soccer SOCCER SHOTS

Soccer Shots is an engaging children’s soccer program with a focus on character development. Our caring team positively impacts children’s lives on and off the field through best-in-class coaching, communication and curriculum. Our coaches are the besttrained in the business. Our expert-approved curriculum is ageappropriate and aligns with childhood education standards.

AGES 2 MINI

R $193 • NR $218

Beach Playfield** 194126

Th

9/5-10/17 (7 classes)

10:00-10:30am

194127

Th

10/24-12/12 (7 classes)

10:00-10:30am

AGES 3-4 CLASSIC R $193 • NR $218 Beach Playfield** 194128

Th

9/5-10/17 (7 classes)

10:40-11:20am

194129

Th

10/24-12/12 (7 classes)

10:40-11:20am

**Facility Preservation Fee (FPF) On July 16, 2012, the Piedmont City Council adopted a Surcharge, the proceeds of which will be deposited into a dedicated fund for preservation and replacement of athletic facilities or maintenance as needed. For each sports program with a fee of $50 or higher, a surcharge will be added to the standard program fee. Thank you for your understanding and support as we plan for future replacement and maintenance needs. If you have questions, contact PRD Director 510.420.3073.


SPORTS

Tot/Youth KickStart Soccer 3

Rookie Baseball 3

Players are introduced to FUNdamental soccer skills. Players learn to use their feet, build coordination, follow direction, socialize with coach and other players, and have fun.

Introduction to baseball for boys and girls. Players learn the FUNdamentals of Baseball. Players build coordination, knowledge of baseball, safety skills, and proper throwing, catching and hitting techniques in a nurturing environment that's sure to inspire the love of the game!

ONE VILLAGE SPORTS

AGE 3

ONE VILLAGE SPORTS

R $263 • NR $293

AGE 3

Beach Playfield** 194119

Tu

9/3-12/10 (14 classes)

9:15-10:00am

ONE VILLAGE SPORTS

Players learn basic foot skills, dribbling, passing, shooting and general game understanding. Players build upon skills in previous classes, while focusing more on soccer skills. Players experience a fun and non-competitive environment while learning the FUNdamentals of soccer.

AGES 4-5

R $263 • NR $293

Beach Playfield** 194120

Tu

9/3-12/10 (14 classes)

10:10-11:00am

194122

Tu

9/3-12/10 (14 classes)

4:00-4:50pm

R $229 • NR $259

Beach Playfield** 194117

KickStart Soccer 4/5

M

9/9-12/9 (12 classes)

9:15-10:00am

Rookie Baseball 4/5 ONE VILLAGE SPORTS

Introduction to baseball for boys and girls. Players learn the FUNdamentals of Baseball. Players build coordination, knowledge of baseball, safety skills, and proper throwing, catching using a baseball glove, hitting, coach pitch, and base running techniques in a nurturing environment!

AGES 4-5 Beach Playfield**

*R $229 • NR $259

R $263 • NR $293

194118

M

9/9-12/9 (12 classes)*

KickStart Soccer 6/7

194121

Tu

9/3-12/10 (14 classes) 11:10am-12:00pm

194124

Tu

9/3-12/10 (14 classes)

Players will learn the FUNdamentals of dribbling, ball-handling, passing, shooting and small sided scrimmage basics to prepare for team play and improve to their own next level.

Rookie Baseball 6/7

AGES 6-7

Baseball classes for boys and girls. Players learn the FUNdamentals of Baseball to prepare for league play and improve skill level. Players learn about the game of baseball, safety, proper throwing, catching, hitting, baseball positions and base running techniques in a nurturing environment that's sure to inspire the love of the game!

ONE VILLAGE SPORTS

R $263 • NR $293

Beach Playfield** 194123

Tu

9/3-12/10 (14 classes)

5:00-5:50pm

10:10-11:00am 4:00-4:50pm

ONE VILLAGE SPORTS

AGES 6-7

R $263 • NR $293

Beach Playfield** 194125

Tu

9/3-12/10 (14 classes)

5:00-5:50pm

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Tot/Youth/Teen

Tot Basketball

Preschool Basketball

Tot Basketball is designed to give children a positive first step to the exciting game of basketball. Using our progressional curriculum and modified equipment, participants learn the fundamentals and social skills through circuits and games. Our objectives include dribbling, passing, shooting, balance, movement, hand/eye coordination, self-esteem, and sportsmanship!

Designed to introduce young athletes to the fundamentals of basketball in a safe and positive setting. Using our progressional curriculum and modified equipment, participants learn basketball fundamentals and social skills through a series of fast-paced instructional circuits and developmental games. Participants explore balance, body movement, coordination, self-esteem, teamwork, sportsmanship, and skill development, with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun!

SKYHAWKS SPORTS

SKYHAWKS SPORTS

AGES 3

R $165 • NR $190

Veterans' Memorial Building 194097 Th 9/5-10/17 (7 classes) 194098 Th 10/24-12/12 (7 classes)

10:30-11:15am 10:30-11:15am

AGES 4-5

R $165 • NR $190

Veterans' Memorial Building 194099 194100

Th Th

9/5-10/17 (7 classes) 11:30am-12:15pm 10/24-12/12 (7 classes) 11:30am-12:15pm

Chibi Judo - Pre-Judo DAN AUGUSTINE - HANABI JUDO

Chibi (little) Judo helps us grow! As we jump, run, and roll we develop balance, coordination and confidence. We learn simple judo techniques that teach us to fall safely. We learn games, songs and the language of Japan. And, at Hanabi, we learn that respect comes as naturally as smiling.

AGES 3-6

R $189 • NR $214

Piedmont Middle School MPR

Skyhawks Preschool Sports

(Baseball, Basketball, Soccer, Track & Field) SKYHAWKS SPORTS This multi-sport tot program was created to give young athletes the skills, confidence, and passion necessary to take the next step in athletics. Through a series of fast-paced instructional circuits and developmental games, participants learn the fundamentals of baseball, basketball, soccer, and track & field. Our progressional curriculum, modified equipment, and highly trained staff provide a safe environment where kids can develop at their own pace.

AGES 3-5

R $255 • NR $285 *R $295 • NR $325

Veterans’ Memorial Building 194095

M 9/9-12/9 (12 classes)

194096

Th 9/5-12/12 (14 classes)*

1:15-2:00pm 12:45-1:30pm

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194079

Th

9/5-10/17 (7 classes)

4:30-5:00pm

194080

Th

10/24-12/12 (7 classes)

4:30-5:00pm

Hajime! Beginning Judo HANABI JUDO

Hajime! (Begin!) establishes a strong base of judo technique, culture, and character. Fun tumbling, jumping and running activities warm us up before we practice our “ukemi” or falling techniques. We learn to hold a person down with “kesa-gatame” (scarf hold) and we practice throws – where our opponent can be flipped upside down – on Sensei. We sing in Japanese about inspiration, bow to each other respectfully and say “arigatoh,” thank you.

AGES 5-17

R $203 • NR $233

Piedmont Middle School MPR 194081

Th

9/5-10/17 (7 classes)

5:00-6:00pm

194082

Th

10/24-12/12 (7 classes)

5:00-6:00pm


SPORTS

Youth/Teen For the Love of Basketball

After School Ultimate Frisbee

For the love of Basketball encourages young women to learn and play basketball in a positive and healthy environment, specifically they learn life skills such as teamwork, leadership, and self-confidence. There are twice as many girls compared to boys who drop out of sports by the age of 14 (Women’s Sports Foundation), which can be attributed to societal barriers that are primarily faced by young women.

Learn to play one of the fastest growing sports in the world: Ultimate Frisbee (aka Ultimate)! It combines some of the most exciting elements of basketball, soccer, and non-contact football. Ultimate is not just another sport, as it places equal focus on the three pillars of fostering character, community, and competition, and provides a healthy, positive, physical and social outlet for all. Each session consists of personalized one-on-one instruction, drills, and supervised scrimmages, while also cultivating opportunities for kids to make new friends and have fun. Our professional coaching staff emphasize social-emotional skills development while teaching youth to play to their highest potential with a philosophy focusing on Safety, FUNdamentals, and Spirit of the Game!

NKEM IFEJIKA

BAY AREA DISC

AGES 7-14 R $200 • NR $225 PMS Buzz Gym** 194130

F

9/6-10/18 (7 classes)

5:00-6:00pm

Tae Kwon Do (co-ed) ARNOLDO BOLANOS

Taekwondo, the ancient Korean Martial Art, over ten thousand years old is “the way of fist and foot fighting”. Since year 2000 is recognized as an Olympic competition sport. It will help students to learn the philosophy of taekwondo as a martial art and to develop patience, concentration, attention to details, quick reflexes, strong spirit, inner awareness, confidence and respect to others. This is a co-ed program.

BEGINNING AGES 6-13

R $156 • NR $181

Piedmont Middle School MPR 194054

M/W

194055

M/W

9/4-10/16 (13 classes) 10/21-12/11 (13 classes)

4:30-5:30pm

AGES 7-14

R $157 • NR $177

Beach Playfield** 194083

Th

10/24-12/12 (7 classes)

3:45-5:00pm

Girls Ultimate Frisbee

All the above skills taught, with this girls team open to ALL girls ages 7-14. No previous playing experience required.

AGES 7-14

R $90 • NR $105

Beach Playfield** 194084

Su

10/27-12/15 (7 classes)

4:00-5:00pm

4:30-5:30pm

ADVANCED AGES 6-13

R $240 • NR $270

Piedmont Middle School MPR 194056 M/W 9/4-10/18 (20 classes)

5:30-6:30pm

F

5:00-6:00pm

194057

M/W

5:30-6:30pm

F

10/21-12/13 (20 classes)

NO PROGRAMS September 2 November 11, 28-29 December 23-25, 30-31 January 1

5:00-6:00pm

photo credit: Ron Sellers

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SPORTS

Youth/Teen Jr. Volleyball

PIEDMONT RECREATION Have fun and grasp the basic knowledge of the game of volleyball through engaging and high energy drills! This program will emphasize individual skill development.

Piedmont Fencing

GRADES 4-5

DAVID SINKKONEN

Learn the art of fencing! David is Professional Member of U.S Fencing and a USFCA and AAI Certified Coach with over 40 years experience as a high-level fencing competitor and coach. Bring water bottle, wear comfortable clothes (NO SHORTS) and athletic shoes. Protective gear provided.

PMS Buzz Gym** 194400 W

R $118 • NR $138

8/28-10/9

Jr. Cross Country PIEDMONT RECREATION

BEGINNING Fencing is often referred to as physical chess and combines the mental challenges of having to out think your opponent using strategy, while using the agility of martial arts. The class teaches the fundamentals with tactical games, drills, and bouting. Bring a water bottle and wear comfortable clothes (NO SHORTS) and athletic shoes. Come learn the art of fencing! $5 materials fee included.

AGES 8-14

This popular program for each elementary school provides kids an introduction to cross country running. Practices include warm-up exercises, stretching, games, agility drills and an endurance run of about one mile. Program size is limited to 20 students for each site. Contact prdsports@piedmont.ca.gov if you are interested in serving as a volunteer coach for the season.

GRADES 4-5 Beach School 194401 T/Th 9/3-10/24

3:15-4:15pm

Havens School 194402 T/Th 9/3-10/24

3:15-4:15pm

Wildwood School 194403 T/Th 9/3-10/24

3:15-4:15pm

194072

Tu

9/10-12/10 (13 classes)

3:30-5:00pm

194073

Th

9/12-12/13 (13 classes)

3:30-5:00pm

INTERMEDIATE This class is specifically designed for the intermediate fencer who has taken beginning fencing at least two times. The student must be familiar with the rules of fencing and be competent with advancing/retreating/lunging/parrying and riposting. $10 materials fee included.

AGES 8-14

R $335 • NR $365

Piedmont Community Church Tu

9/10-12/10 (13 classes)

5:00-6:00pm

JUNIOR FENCING TEAM Junior Fencing Team members must have taken Intermediate Fencing and be familiar with advanced footwork and blade work, USFA rules and fully understand “Right Of Way.” We focus on new parries, strategies and advanced footwork. We prep for competition. $20 material fee included.

AGES 12-18

R $800 • NR $830

Piedmont Community Church 194075

R $158 • NR $183

R $330 • NR $360

Piedmont Community Church

194074

3:45-5:00pm

Tu/F 9/10-12/13 (26 classes)

6:30-8:30pm

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Youth/Teen

SPORTS

Pickleball Drop-In

Tennis Information

Join the fun and play Pickleball during designated drop-in times. Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the nation that combines elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis. No fee or registration to participate. Loaner paddles available on site.

LINDA BEACH COURTS

PIEDMONT RECREATION

ALL AGES • ALL SKILL LEVELS • ALL FUN

Piedmont Pickleball Schedule Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

Beach Courts Hampton Courts Beach Courts

10:00am - 12:30pm 12:30pm - 3:00pm 10:00am - 12:30pm

Friday Sunday

Hampton Courts Beach Courts

12:30pm - 3:00pm 2:00pm - 4:00pm

For more information, call Steven Chavarria at 510.420.6223.

2 courts - Linda Avenue

PARK COURTS 2 courts- Piedmont Park, Highland Avenue

REC COURTS 4 lighted courts - Vista and Bonita Avenues

HAMPTON COURTS 2 courts - Hampton Road and LaSalle Avenue

RESERVATION FEE - EFFECTIVE JANUARY 2019 1. Adult: $6.25/hr weekdays; $8.25/hr weekends 2. Youth: $0 weekdays; $6.00/hr weekends

DECAL YEAR & FEES Decal year runs from January 1–December 31.

Badminton - Beginner Youth & Teen

Adults $48 • Youth $27

RESERVATION RULES

DAVID SIU

The badminton class provides instructions on badminton strokes, footwork for youth and teens at the beginners level. Students also participate in stretching, fitness, eye-hand-feet coordination activities essential in building a strong foundation for higher level play. Students who are beginners and considering playing badminton as a high school sport will benefit from this class. $15 materials fee included.

AGES 10-16

R $180 • NR $200

PMS Morrison Gym** 194077

F

10/25-12/13 (7 classes)

3:30-5:00pm

Badminton - Intermediate Teen

1. Decal players may reserve courts up to one month in advance for 1 or 2 hours per day. 2. Reservations must be made through the Piedmont Recreation Department 510.420.3070, and must be paid in advance. 3. Court reservation must be in hand to establish a court reservation.

REGULATIONS 1. Non-decaled players must relinquish their court to waiting decaled players upon completion of their game in progress, not the set (maximum 5 minutes.) Decaled players with a paid court reservation slip in hand may secure use of their reserved court at any time during the reservation period. 2. Decals can only by purchased by Piedmont residents with proof of residency. 3. Decal holders always have priority over non-decaled players. 4. Players with a decal cannot be bumped at any time by a nondecaled player.

DAVID SIU

PRIVATE LESSONS

The badminton class provides instructions on higher level badminton strokes, footwork for teens at the intermediate level. Students also participate in intensive stretching, fitness, eyehand-feet coordination activities essential in building a strong competitive level play.

Only private lessons sanctioned by the Recreation Department are permitted. Private lessons (1 or 2 students) are arranged by contacting the Recreation Dept. (510.420.3070) prior to lesson. Please call PRD for current private instructors and hourly rates.

AGES 12-16

Payment is not made directly to the instructor.

R $180 • NR $200

PMS Morrison Gym** 194078

F

10/25-12/13 (7 classes)

5:00-6:30pm **FPF fee included (see page 22 for details.) www.ci.piedmont.ca.us/recreation • 510.420.3070

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Basketball 2019-2020

PIEDMONT RECREATION DEPARTMENT & JUNIOR WARRIORS Piedmont Recreation Department is thrilled to partner with the Junior Warriors for the 2019-2020 Basketball Season. Each participant will receive a reversible Junior Warriors jersey, an official Junior Warriors headband, and a certificate of participation. Practice times and game schedule will be finalized after teams are created.

Want to be a volunteer coach? We’d love to have you! Email: prdsports@piedmont.ca.gov

K-1st Hoops!

Dribble, pass and shoot! It’s never too early to learn the basics. Practice the skills and then play a game – a perfect way to get started. PMS Buzz Gym**

R $163 • NR $188

SKILLS CLINIC Sa

1/11-2/29

9:00am - 2:00pm

CODE:

Fundamental skill development in a small team environment. 3 on 3 or 4 on 4 full court games will be played with lots of playing time and touches on the ball. Each team has two 45-60 minute participation opportunities each week. R $220 • NR $250

PRACTICE (one 45 minute block per week)

M-F

12/2-2/14

4:00pm-7:30pm

GAMES (60 minute block)

Sa

1/11-2/29

(No Evaluation for 3rd Grade)

F, Sa, W

11/8, 11/9, 11/13

Time TBA

PRACTICE

2nd Grade Fundamentals

Havens Multipurpose Room**

R $270 • NR $300

EVALUATION for 4th-8th GRADES

GRADE 1 Co-Ed 194404

Develop fundamental skills while participating in an intramural league. Each team has one 60 minute practice each week at a regular set time and one game on Sundays. Morrison/Binks/Buzz Gyms**

(one hour blocks)

Recreational Basketball for 3rd - 8th Grades

9:00am-1:00pm

CODES: GRADE 2 Girls 194405 GRADE 2 Boys 194406

** FPF fee included (see page 22 for details.)

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(one 60 minute block per week)

M-F 12/9-2/14

4:00pm-8:00pm

GAMES (60 minute block)

Su

1/11-3/1

11:00am-7:00pm

CODES: GRADE 3 Girls 194407

GRADE 3 Boys 194408

GRADE 4 Girls 194409

GRADE 4 Boys 194410

GRADE 5 Girls 194411

GRADE 5 Boys 194412

GRADE 6 Girls 194413

GRADE 6 Boys 194414

GRADE 7 Girls 194415

GRADE 7 Boys 194416

GRADE 8 Girls 194417

GRADE 8 Boys 194418


SPORTS

Basketball 2019-2020

PIEDMONT RECREATION DEPARTMENT & BOOSTERS EACH YEAR PIEDMONT RECREATION DEPARTMENT is proud to partner with PUSD and the Piedmont Middle School Boosters to provide competitive interscholastic athletic programs for Piedmont Middle School Students. PRD serves as the PMS athletic department including hiring and training coaches, organizing games and tournaments for each team. PRD works with the Boosters to ensure every athlete succeeds on the field, in the gym, and in the classroom. If you have questions or would like to work with Piedmont Middle School teams, please contact Steven Chavarria at schavarria@piedmont.ca.gov

PMS Girls Competitive Basketball

PMS Boys Competitive Basketball

GRADES 7-8

GRADES 7-8

For the player ready to commit to five days/week and travel to compete against other schools. Practice times and game

For the player ready to commit to five days/week and travel to compete against other schools. Practice times and game

(Recreational basketball is available for those who need a more flexible schedule. See Recreational Basketball on page 28).

(Recreational basketball is available for those who need a more flexible schedule. See Recreational Basketball on page 28).

Piedmont Middle School Enrollment is required.

Piedmont Middle School Enrollment is required.

PIEDMONT RECREATION

PIEDMONT RECREATION

schedule finalized after teams are created.

PMS Morrison/Buzz Gym**

R $403

PMS GIRLS MANDATORY EVALUATION

F

10/11 (Morrison Gym)

schedule finalized after teams are created.

PMS Morrison/Buzz Gym**

PMS BOYS MANDATORY EVALUATION 3:30-5:00pm

Tu, Th

12/17, 12/19

TEAM PRACTICE

TEAM PRACTICE

(4 practices/week - 90 min time blocks)

(4 practices/week - 90 min time blocks)

M-F

10/14-12/13

W

3:30-9:00pm

2:15-9:00pm

W

GAMES

M-F

1/6-3/6

Time TBA

3:30-9:00pm 2:15-9:00pm

GAMES

(travel throughout East Bay)

R $403

M-Th

TBA

CODES:

(travel throughout East Bay)

4:00 or 5:00pm

M-Th

TBA

4:00 or 5:00pm

CODES:

GRADE 7 Girls 194419

GRADE 7 Boys 194421

GRADE 8 Girls 194420

GRADE 8 Boys 194422

Teams will be announced based on the number of girls/boys enrolled. You may not participate in both competitive and recreation teams. ** FPF fee included (see page 22 for details.) www.ci.piedmont.ca.us/recreation • 510.420.3070

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Middle School

PMS Cross Country

PMS Flag Football

GRADES 6-8

GRADES 6-8

PIEDMONT RECREATION

PIEDMONT RECREATION

R $250 Cross Country practices foster running for endurance, improving form, warm-up exercises, cool down and building our core muscles through running! There will be meets with other middle schools where 6th graders run a mile and 7th and 8th graders run 1.25 miles. Students must be able to run a mile or 12 minutes continuously (whatever comes first) at any speed., and participate at least one day a week.

R $403 Grow, learn, be challenged and have a blast in this fall’s Flag Football program! Develop individual and team skills and build strong comradery with your teammates and coaches. This is a combined 6-8 grade program. Small teams will be formed among participants and scrimmages will be held vs each piedmont team. A minimum of 16 participants required for the program to run.

Piedmont Middle School enrollment is required.

TEAM PRACTICE

TEAM PRACTICE

Witter Track 194423

M/Tu/Th

Piedmont Middle School enrollment is required.

8/26-10/31

W

3:30-5:00pm 2:15-3:45pm

Middle School Evening Tennis COACH JIM LANDES

Work with Coach Jim Landes to improve your tennis game. You learn techniques and skills that can be used for a lifetime.

BEGINNING AGES 10-15

R $360 • NR $390 Class will cover tennis fundamentals including forehands, backhands, volleys and serves. This class is for beginners players with no or limited experience. Grouped by skill level. Location TBA** 194085 W 9/11-12/4 (12 classes)

7:00-8:30pm

Witter Baseball Field**

M/Tu

8/26-10/23

W

3:30-5:00pm 2:15-3:45pm

GRADE 6 194426 GRADE 7 194427 GRADE 8 194428

Kennelly Skate Park Hours Kennelly Skate Park is located adjacent to Coaches Field on Moraga Avenue

INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED AGES 10-15

R $695 • NR $725 Class will cover tennis stroke mechanics, control and match strategy. This class is for intermediate and advanced players with previous tennis experience. Grouped by skill level.

Fall Park Hours August 12-November 2: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 3:45-6:30pm Weekends & PUSD Holidays 1:00-6:00pm

Location TBA** 194086 T/Th 9/10-12/5 (24 classes)

Winter Park Hours November 4-March 8: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 3:45-5:30pm Weekends & PUSD Holidays 1:00-5:00pm

7:00-8:30pm

Spring Park Hours March 9-May 31: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 3:45-6:30pm Weekends & PUSD Holidays 1:00-6:00pm Park will be closed during inclement weather. ** FPF fee included (see page 22 for details.)

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Middle & High School PMS Volleyball

PMS Ultimate Frisbee

GRADE 6 CO-ED

GRADES 6-8 R $175 • NR $195

PIEDMONT RECREATION

PIEDMONT RECREATION

R $168 • NR $193 Come join the fun and engaging game of volleyball! Become more knowledgeable players and develop a solid understanding of the game through individual and team drills as well as intramural scrimmages! PMS Buzz Gym** 194429 W 8/28-10/11 F

2:15-3:45pm 3:30-5:00pm

GRADES 7-8 GIRLS

R $403 Grow as a player and teammate; deepen your knowledge of the game of volleyball; be challenged by coaches that are eager to see you develop; and have a blast representing the Scots Volleyball Program by playing against neighboring schools! Mandatory Evaluations are only to assess talent for placement on "A" or "B" team. There will be no “cuts.”

Be a part of the Piedmont Middle School Ultimate Frisbee! Ultimate Frisbee is an exciting, non-contact team sport with unique characteristics like self-officiation and co-ed play at the highest levels. Not only will your kids get great exercise and have fun playing Ultimate, they learn about social emotional skills, teamwork, sportsmanship, and other character building values. Due to the changes of time that the sun sets, we will adjust our times on the field.

TEAM PRACTICE Beach Playfield**

W W W

GRADE 6 194432

Piedmont Middle School enrollment is required.

GRADE 7 194433

Games can be M-Th starting at 4:00 or 5:00pm.

GRADE 8 194434

PRE-SEASON EVALUATIONS PMS Morrison Gym**

W

8/21

2:15-3:45pm

1/8-2/12 4:00-6:00pm 2/26-3/4 5:30-6:30pm 3/11-5/13 6:30-8:30pm

U19 Piedmont Fast Pitch Softball

TEAM PRACTICE (90 minute time blocks TBA)

PIEDMONT HIGH SCHOOL STAFF

PMS Morrison / Buzz Gyms**

GRADE 7 194430

R $250 Are you in high school and looking to polish your softball skills over the Fall? Piedmont’s Fast Pitch Softball League offers a perfect opportunity to prepare for this upcoming softball season.

GRADE 8 194431

TEAM PRACTICE

M/Tu/Th 8/26-10/17

W

AGES 14-19 3:30-5:00pm 2:15-3:45pm

(60 minute time blocks TBA)

Witter Softball Field** 194435

Sa

8/28-11/16

8:00am-4:00pm

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AQUATICS

Pool Hours

ANNUAL and SEASONAL PASSES AVAILABLE http://www.ci.piedmont.ca.us/recreation/pool.shtml

Recreation Swim Hours August 12 - September 8 MEDIUM POOL ONLY Monday-Friday

3:30pm – 7:00 pm Noon – 7:00 pm

September 9 - November 10 MEDIUM POOL ONLY Monday-Friday

3:30pm – 7:00 pm

MAIN & MEDIUM POOL Saturday-Sunday

Noon – 5:00 pm

MEDIUM & BABY POOLS CLOSE NOVEMBER 11 FOR THE SEASON Availability subject to change then based on demand

Water Polo Matches

September 17, 26; October 1

August 12 - September 8 Monday-Friday

MAIN & MEDIUM POOL Saturday-Sunday

Lap Swim Main Pool Hours

Facility will close at 3:00pm

Saturday Sunday

5:30 am – 7:00 pm 6:15 am – 7:00 pm 7:00 am – 7:00 pm

September 9 - November 10 Monday-Friday

5:30 am – 7:00 pm

Saturday Sunday

6:15 am – 5:00 pm 7:00 am – 5:00 pm

Lap swimming is for individuals ages 18 & over or by passing the lap swim test. Refer to lap lane flyer and Pool Events Calendar for lane information and updates.

Special Hours

Labor Day, September 2 Lap Swimming 9:00 am – 5:00 pm Rec Swimming

Noon – 5:00 pm

Thanksgiving, November 28 Lap Swimming 7:00 am – 11:00 am Friday, November 29 Lap Swimming Noon – 5:00 pm Christmas Eve, December 24 Lap Swimming 7:00 am – 11:00 am Christmas Day, December 25: closed

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No Drop-In on Sundays without Pass Holder present. Piedmont residents welcome on Sundays Nov-Apr with daily drop-in fee.

Seasonal Pass Running Out? Upgrade to an annual before it’s too late! Annual Passes Available Online Year Round! Call 510.655.5163 for information on upgrading to annual passes and receive 10% discounts on swim lessons, reservations, and guest passes. For more information please visit our website: www.ci.piedmont.ca.us/recreation/pool.shtml

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Pool Specialty Classes

AQUATICS

Introductory Adult Swim Lessons

PIEDMONT COMMUNITY POOL INSTRUCTOR Swim lessons for adults are here! Intro to swimming is designed to teach you how to float, glide, kick, and develop safe practices around water.

AGES 18+ Piedmont Pool

Prepare yourself for a job as a lifeguard! Upon successful completion of the course you will receive certifications in American Red Cross Lifeguard Training, First Aid, CPR/AED for Lifeguards. PREREQUISITES: • 15 years of age before the final scheduled session • Tread water for 2 minutes without support or stopping • Retrieve 10 lb. from 7-10 ft. of water in less than 1m 40s. • Swim 300 yards (12 laps) without stopping R $250 • NR $280

Piedmont Pool Th-Su

7:45-8:30am

Drop-in $35

8/28-10/2 (each)

7:45-8:30am

W

PIEDMONT COMMUNITY POOL INSTRUCTOR

AMERICAN RED CROSS

194674

8/28-10/2 (6 classes)

Intermediate Adult Swim Lessons

Lifeguard Training

AGES 15+

194675 $190 W

12/26-12/29 (4 classes) 9:00am-5:00pm

Water Aerobics PHRED SWAIN-SUGARMAN

Come to the pool and get in great shape in our zero impact water aerobics class. Our high energy, fun loving instructors fills this class with a variety of exercises! Let the natural resistance of water provide cardiovascular training, muscle endurance, and flexibility that is gentle on the joints. Class held year round.

Interested in refining your stroke and swimming for fitness? This intermediate class is for you! Learn how to use the pace clock, circle swim, and flip turn!

AGES 18+ Piedmont Pool 194676 $160 M

8/26-10/7 (5 classes)

7:45-8:30am

Drop-in $35

8/26-10/7 (each)

7:45-8:30am

M

Private Adult Swim Lessons

PIEDMONT COMMUNITY POOL INSTRUCTOR Looking for a one-on-one session to improve your stroke? Sign up for a private lesson by appointment with one of our instructors. E-mail: piedmontpool@piedmont.ca.gov for more information.

AGES 18+

AGES 18+ Drop-in R $8 • NR $10 or 10-Punch Pass R $53 • NR $63 Piedmont Pool Drop-in

Tu/Th

During School

9:15-10:15am

Drop-in Tu/Th Summer

9:00-10:00am

Drop-in

9:00-10:00am

Sa

Year Round

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AQUATICS

Swim Program

PLACING YOUR CHILD in the correct level is an important part of swim lessons as it ensures the most effective lesson possible. Levels are divided by age and then by skill. Below is a list of skill requirements for each age group. Private/Semi-Private classes are available for all age groups and skill level.

PARENT & CHILD 6m-3 years LEVEL 1

• No skill prerequistes. • Child must be at least 6 months.

LEVEL 2

• Comfort level with skills from Level 1.

Parent must accompany child.

PRESCHOOL EXIT SKILLS 3-4 years LEVEL 1

1. Enter independently and travel 5 yards. Submerge to mouth. Blow bubbles for 3 sec. Safely exit water.

LEVEL 2

1. Glide on front for 2 body lengths. Float on back for 15 sec,  then recover to a vertical position. 2. Swim using arm and leg actions for 3 body lengths. Float 15 sec.  Swim on front for 3 body lengths.

LEVEL 3

1. Tread 15 sec. Swim on front and/or back for 5 body lengths. 2. Push off and swim using arms and legs for 5 body lengths.  Float 15 sec, continue to swim 5 body lengths.

LEARN-TO-SWIM EXIT SKILLS 5+ years LEVEL 1

No skill prerequistes

1. Enter independently. Travel at least 5 yards. Bob 5 times and safely exit water. 2 Glide on front at least 2 body lengths, roll to a back float for 5 seconds, and recover to a vertical position.

LEVEL 2 Prereq: Successful demonstration of Level 1 Exit Skills

1. Step into chest-deep water, tread or float 15 seconds. Swim on front and/or back for 5 body lengths, exit water. 2. Push off and swim arm and leg on front for 5 body lengths. Float for 15 seconds. Swim 5 body lengths.

LEVEL 3

Prereq: Successful demonstration of Level 2 Exit Skills

1 Jump into deep water.Tread or float. Swim front crawl for 25 yards. 2. Push off in a streamlined position. Swim front crawl for 15 yards. Change position and direction.  Swim elementary backstroke for 15 yards.

LEVEL 4

Prereq: Successful demonstration of Level 3

1. Jump into deep water. Swim 25 yards front crawl. Swim elementary backstroke for 25 yards. 2. Swim 15 yards breaststroke, 15 yards backstroke. 3. Submerge to swim 3 to 5 body lengths underwater.

LEVEL 5

Prereq: Successful demonstration of Level 4

1. Perform shallow-angle dive into water 9 feet deep.  Swim crawl for 50 yards, elementary backstroke  for 50 yards. 2. 25 yards breaststroke and 25 yards backstroke.

COMPETITIVE 5+ years LEVEL 6

Prereq: Successful demonstration of Level 5

1. Swim 500 yards continuously using any 3 strokes, swimming 50 yards of each stroke.

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Group Swim Lessons

AQUATICS

DON’T KNOW WHICH LEVEL TO SIGN UP FOR? CALL the Pool Office to arrange a FREE 15 minute SWIM LESSON to assess your child’s swim level. Or contact the Aquatics Department with detailed questions regarding our top quality Aquatics Program. Piedmont Pool Office 510.655.5163 Aquatics Coordinator 510.420.3088 Levels are divided by age and then skill. Placing your child in the correct level is an important part of swim lessons as it ensures they receive the most effective lesson possible. Skill requirements are listed for each age level. Private/Semi-Private classes are also available on page 39.

Parent and Child AGES 6 mo - 3 years

LEVEL 1 - 25 minute lessons

Familarize children between the ages of 6 months and approximately 3 years with the water, teach swimming readiness skills as well as provide safety information and techniques for parents to orient their children to the water.

LEVEL 2 - 25 minute lessons

Improve on water readiness skills and teach more advanced skills including front and back floats.

Days

Session

Dates

Sa

Session I

Sa Sa Sa

Session II

Sept. 7-Sept. 21 Sept. 7-Sept. 21 Oct. 5-Oct. 19 Oct. 5-Oct. 19

Time

# Lessons

Res. Fee

NR Fee

Code

AM 11:00-11:25 11:30-11:55 AM 11:00-11:25 11:30-11:55

3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons

$33 $33 $33 $33

$41 $41 $41 $41

194600 194601 194602 194603

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AQUATICS

Group Swim Lessons

Preschool Aquatics Levels 1-3 AGES 3-4

LEVEL 1 - 25 minute lessons

For first time swim lesson participants! Become familiar with the aquatic environment and learn basic aquatic skills. We help participants develop positive attitudes and safe practices around the water.

LEVEL 2 - 25 minute lessons

For swimmers who are comfortable, confident, already going underwater unassisted, as well as holding their breath. This level focuses on teaching unassisted swimming for at least 2 body lengths. LEVEL 3 - 25 minute lessons For swimmers who can already swim freestyle 5 feet unassisted. This level focuses on beginner’s freestyle & intro to backstroke.

Days

Session

M/W

Session I

M/W M/W

No class 9/2

M/W

Session II

M/W M/W Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

Session I

Session II

Dates Aug. 26–Sept. 11 Aug. 26–Sept. 11 Aug. 26–Sept. 11 Sept. 16–Oct. 2 Sept. 16–Oct. 2 Sept. 16–Oct. 2 Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Oct. 5–Oct. 19 Oct. 5–Oct. 19 Oct. 5–Oct. 19 Oct. 5–Oct. 19

Time

# Lessons

Res. Fee

NR Fee

Code

PM 3:30-3:55 4:00-4:25 4:30-4:55 PM 3:30-3:55 4:00-4:25 4:30-4:55 AM 9:30-9:55 10:00-10:25 10:30-10:55 11:00-11:25 AM 9:30-9:55 10:00-10:25 10:30-10:55 11:00-11:25

5 lessons 5 lessons 5 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons

$55 $55 $55 $66 $66 $66 $33 $33 $33 $33 $33 $33 $33 $33

$65 $65 $65 $78 $78 $78 $41 $41 $41 $41 $41 $41 $41 $41

194604 194605 194606 194607 194608 194609 194610 194611 194612 194613 194614 194615 194616 194617

PLEASE NOTE that we reserve the right to move your child from the class you signed up for to one that is more developmentally appropriate. In addition, some levels may be combined to provide a more efficient class. If you are unsure of the correct level, one of our aquatic staff can assist you, or you can set-up an appointment for assessment by calling 510.420.3088. 36 www.ci.piedmont.ca.us/recreation • 510.420.3070


Group Swim Lessons

AQUATICS

Learn-To-Swim Levels 1-2 AGES 5+

LEVEL 1 - Introduction to Water Skills - 25 minute lessons

For first time swim lesson participants! Become familiar with the aquatic environment, develop safe and positive practices around the water.

LEVEL 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills - 25 minute lessons

For swimmers who are comfortable, confident, already going underwater unassisted, as well as holding their breath. This level focuses on teaching unassisted swimming for at least 2 body lengths. Days

M/W M/W M/W

Session

Dates

Session I

Aug. 26–Sept. 11 Aug. 26–Sept. 11 Sept. 16–Oct. 2 Sept. 16–Oct. 2 Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Oct. 5–Oct. 19 Oct. 5–Oct. 19

No class 9/2

Session II

M/W Sa Sa Sa Sa

Session I Session II

Time

# Lessons

Res. Fee

NR Fee

Code

PM 4:00-4:25 4:30-4:55 PM 4:00-4:25 4:30-4:55 AM 9:30-9:55 10:00-10:25 AM 9:30-9:55 10:00-10:25

5 lessons 5 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons

$55 $55 $66 $66 $33 $33 $33 $33

$65 $65 $78 $78 $41 $41 $41 $41

194618 194619 194620 194621 194622 194623 194624 194625

Learn-to-Swim Level 3 AGES 5+

LEVEL 3 - Stroke Development - 25 minute lessons

For swimmers who can swim unassisted 5 body lengths. This level focuses on introductory freestyle & backstroke, as well as becoming deep water proficiency. Participants must meet Level 2 exit skills requirement.

Days

M/W M/W M/W

Session

Dates

Session I

Aug. 26–Sept. 11 Aug. 26–Sept. 11 Sept. 16–Oct. 2 Sept. 16–Oct. 2 Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Oct. 5–Oct. 19 Oct. 5–Oct. 19

No class 9/2

Session II

M/W Sa Sa Sa Sa

Session I Session II

Time

# Lessons

Res. Fee

NR Fee

Code

PM 3:30-3:55 4:00-4:25 PM 3:30-3:55 4:00-4:25 AM 10:00-10:25 10:30-10:55 AM 10:00-10:25 10:30-10:55

5 lessons 5 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons

$55 $55 $66 $66 $33 $33 $33 $33

$65 $65 $78 $78 $41 $41 $41 $41

194626 194627 194628 194629 194630 194631 194632 194633

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Group Swim Lessons

Learn-to-Swim Levels 4-5 AGES 5+

LEVEL 4 - Stroke Improvement - 40 minute lessons

For swimmers who are deep water proficient and can demonstrate by treading water for 1 minute and swimming freestyle for more than 25 yards. This level focuses on improving freestyle and backstroke, as well as learning the fundamentals of breaststroke and butterfly. Child must meet minimum requirement of passing Level 3. LEVEL 5 -Stroke Refinement - 40 minute lessons For swimmers who are able to demonstrate the ability to swim freestyle and backstroke for more than 50 yards and can swim breaststroke and butterfly are at least 15 yards. This level focuses on refining all 6 strokes including learning how to use a pace clock and the use of swimming equipment such as fins and paddles. Child must meet minimum requirement of passing Level 4. Days

M/W M/W M/W

Session

Dates

Session I

Aug. 26–Sept. 11 Aug. 26–Sept. 11 Sept. 16–Oct. 2 Sept. 16–Oct. 2 Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Oct. 5–Oct. 19

No class 9/2

Session II

M/W Sa Sa

Session I Session II

Time

# Lessons

Res. Fee

NR Fee

Code

PM 4:30-5:10 5:15-5:55 PM 4:30-5:10 5:15-5:55 AM 11:00-11:40 AM 11:00-11:40

5 lessons 5 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons

$88 $88 $105 $105 $53 $53

$103 $103 $125 $125 $63 $63

194634 194635 194636 194637 194638 194639

Learn-to-Swim Level 6 AGES 5+

LEVEL 6 - Competitive Swimming - 55 minute lessons

For swimmers who are getting ready to join a swim team. This level focuses on refining strokes so participants swim them with greater efficiency and effectiveness over long distances. A child must meet minimum requirement of 100 yards freestyle and backstroke, 50 yards breaststroke OR Passes Level 5. Days

Session

Dates

Sa Sa

Session I

Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Oct. 5–Oct. 19

Session II

Time

# Lessons

Res. Fee

NR Fee

Code

AM 9:30-10:25 AM 9:30-10:25

3 lessons 3 lessons

$73 $73

$85 $85

194640 194641

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Private & Semi-Private Lessons

AQUATICS

Private Lessons AGES 5+

Designed to meet the specific needs and learning styles of the swimmer with one on one instruction. Students progress at their own rate while completing the skills, water safety awareness, and endurance emphasized in the Aquatics Program. Days

Session

Dates

T/Th T/Th T/Th T/Th T/Th Sa Sa

Session I

Aug. 27–Sept. 12 Aug. 27–Sept. 12 Aug. 27–Sept. 12 Aug. 27–Sept. 12 Aug. 27–Sept. 12 Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Sept. 7–Sept. 21

Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa Sa

M/W

Session I

Session II

Session III

M/W M/W

M/W M/W T/Th T/Th T/Th T/Th T/Th

Session III

Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Sept. 7–Sept. 21 Oct. 5–Oct. 19 Oct. 5–Oct. 19 Oct. 5–Oct. 19 Oct. 5–Oct. 19 Oct. 5–Oct. 19 Oct. 5–Oct. 19 Oct. 7–Oct. 23 Oct. 7–Oct. 23 Oct. 7–Oct. 23 Oct. 7–Oct. 23 Oct. 7–Oct. 23 Oct. 8–Oct. 24 Oct. 8–Oct. 24 Oct. 8–Oct. 24 Oct. 8–Oct. 24 Oct. 8–Oct. 24

Time

# Lessons

Res. Fee

NR Fee

Code

PM 4:00-4:25 4:30-4:55 5:00-5:25 5:30-5:55 6:00-6:25 AM 9:30-9:55 10:00-10:25

6 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons

$150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $75 $75

$170 $170 $170 $170 $170 $87 $87

10:30-10:55 11:00-11:25 11:30-11:55 12:00-12:25 9:30-9:55 10:00-10:25 10:30-10:55 11:00-11:25 11:30-11:55 12:00-12:25 4:00-4:25 4:30-4:55 5:00-5:25 5:30-5:55 6:00-6:25 4:00-4:25 4:30-4:55 5:00-5:25 5:30-5:55 6:00-6:25

3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 3 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons 6 lessons

$75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $75 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150 $150

$87 $87 $87 $87 $87 $87 $87 $87 $87 $87 $170 $170 $170 $170 $170 $170 $170 $170 $170 $170

194642 194643 194644 194645 194646 194647 194648 194649 194650 194651 194652 194653 194654 194655 194656 194657 194658 194659 194660 194661 194662 194663 194664 194665 194666 194667 194668

PM AM

PM PM

PM

Semi-Private Lessons $25 per additional Swimmer

SEMI-PRIVATE CODE

AGES 5+

Dates

Code

Day

This is great for friends wanting to learn to swim together! Semi-private lessons are for two to three individuals per instructor, and MUST HAVE SAME SWIMMING ABILITY. Piedmont Community Pool does not match participants in a semi-private swim lesson.

Aug. 27-Sept.12

194669 194670 194671 194672 194673

T/Th Sa Sa

SEMI PRIVATE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:

Sept. 7-Sept. 21 Oct. 5-Oct. 19 Oct. 7-Oct. 23

M/W T/Th

Oct. 8-Oct. 24 1. The first individual registers for a private lesson time and date slot listed ABOVE and add the name(s) of other particpants in the Comments To Staff section. 2. The second and/or third participants register using the Semi-Private code for the same week listed to the RIGHT. You will be prompted to add the name and time slot of the person who registered for the private lesson class. For assistance: 510.655.5163. www.ci.piedmont.ca.us/recreation • 510.420.3070 39


ADULT

Activities

Clay Workshop for Adults

Bagpipe Band

Students will be encouraged to explore both functional and sculptural clay projects. Do you have an idea for a ceramic project? This is the perfect class to work it out in! Instructor will demonstrate a different project each week although students may choose to work on their own idea. Basic and advanced tool use, hand building and throwing techniques will be covered in this class.

Grab your pipes (or drums) and join the Piedmont Highlanders Pipe Band! We are an award-winning traditional Scottish bagpipe band, welcoming all levels of drummers and pipers. We emphasize both individual improvement and ensemble playing. Don’t let our fun attitude fool you - we work a lot on getting a quality sound. Pipers will need own pipes / practice chanter; drums provided for drummers. Email: lionscourt@hotmail.com with questions.

CATRINA MARCHETTI

AGES 18+

R $240 • NR $270 *R $275 • NR $305

ELLISON DUNLAP

AGES 12+

R $54 • NR $64

Piedmont Community Hall

PRD Attic 194024

Sa

9/7-10/19 (6 classes)

9:30am-12:30pm

194000 M

194025

Sa

10/26-12/14 (7 classes)*

9:30am-12:30pm

194001

M

9/9-10/14 (6 classes) 10/21-12/9 (6 classes)

7:00-9:00pm 7:00-9:00pm

Tennis

JIM LANDES This class is for beginner and intermediate level tennis players. Stroke mechanics, movement and control are emphasized. We will also cover court positioning and shot selection in a game situation. Please bring tennis racket.

AGES 18+

R $380 • NR $410

Location TBA** 194002

Sa

9/14-12/7 (12 classes)

8:30-10:00am

194003

Su

9/15-12/8 (12 classes)

8:30-10:00am

Piedmont Ladies Tennis ADULT LADIES

The Piedmont Ladies Tennis Club welcomes new members! Any female is eligible to play. Come join us for an hour and a half of tennis, exercise, and social fun.

Come get to know what our program can do for you and your fitness goals. Our fitness program incorporates dance, kickboxing, pilates, and strength training to give you the most well rounded fun workout you can get in one hour. Sessions are ongoing. To register, come 15 minutes early. Wear comfortable clothing and good athletic shoes. Bring a mat or towel and weights are optional. Mention this ad and get first month half off with joining fee. Contact Lisa Peters and Kim Heller at 415.971.6981 or Piedmontjazzercise@gmail.com for more information.

AGES 15+ Veterans' Memorial Building

AGES 18+

M/W/F

6:00-7:00am

Piedmont Community Courts

M/Tu/Th

6:10-7:10pm

A ladder • Tuesday mornings - 8:30-10:00am

M-Sa 9:15-10:15am

B ladder • Wednesday mornings - 9:00-10:30am Call Beth Hurwich at bhurwich@comcast.net to sign up.

Sa/Su 8:00-9:00am

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ADULT

Activities Yoga Essential Basics

Scottish Highland Dance

Join our easy-going class and wipe away the stress of the day. Practice yoga poses to gain flexibility, strength, balance and mindfulness. Laura is certified in Iyengar and Amirit yoga and has advanced training in meditation, prenatal and restorative yoga. Students that are new to yoga are always welcome. Please come a few minutes before the start of class to get settled. Wear comfortable clothing, have bare feet, and an empty stomach. Bring a firm blanket and yoga mat.

Join a long-time Piedmont Tradition! Water, mat, ghillies, and text recommended.

LAURA TIMOTHY

AGES 18+

HIGHLAND DANCE

R $91 • NR $106

Piedmont Community Hall

BEGINNING Learn the Highland Fling, Strathsprey and Reel and more in this non-competitive class. Dance experience unnecessary. Gain flexibility, muscle tone, aerobic endurance, and confidence in this fun, yet challenging class.

AGES 7+

194004

Tu

9/3-10/15 (7 classes)

5:15-6:30pm

Piedmont High School Dance Studio

194005

Tu

10/29-12/17 (7 classes)

5:15-6:30pm

194014

M

194006

Th

9/5-10/17 (7 classes)

5:15-6:30pm

194015

M

194007

Th

10/31-12/19 (7 classes)

5:15-6:30pm

Aging Well with Yoga PETRA FIBRICHOVA

For people who want to improve flexibility, strength, balance, and learn tools to manage stress. No previous yoga experience required. If you’ve thought that yoga is only for the flexible, try this class. We use chairs and props to make the practice accessible to all.Yoga has been proven to help with health conditions associated with aging, arthritis, osteoporosis, high blood pressure, diabetes, and is great for your brain health! Petra is a Certified Yoga Therapist. Find out more at www.petrayogatherapy.com.

AGES 45+

R $100 • NR $115

Piedmont Community Hall 194008

Tu

9/3-10/15 (8 classes)

2:30-3:30pm

194009

Tu

10/22-12/10 (8 classes)

2:30-3:30pm

194010

Th

9/5-10/17 (8 classes)

10:30-11:30am

194011

Th

10/24-12/12 (8 classes)

10:30-11:30am

9/9-10/14 (6 classes) 10/21-12/9 (6 classes)

R $126 • NR $146 7:00-9:00pm 7:00-9:00pm

INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED Dancers comfortable with the Fling, Strathspey/Reel and Sword dances are invited to learn new dances/steps, increase stamina/ strength and improve technique as well as explore choreography and optional performance opportunities. Dance shoes required.

AGES 7+

R $126 • NR $146

Piedmont High School Dance Studio 194016

M

194017

M

9/9-10/14 (6 classes) 10/21-12/9 (6 classes)

7:00-9:00pm 7:00-9:00pm

ONE HOUR OPTION Join us for one hour if unable to participate in two hour class.

AGES 7+

R $63 • NR $75

Piedmont High School Dance Studio 194012

M

9/9-10/14 (6 classes)

7:00-8:00pm

194013

M

10/21-12/9 (6 classes)

7:00-8:00pm

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ADULT

Activities

Walking on Wednesdays

Read with Us!

This is an informal, weekly activity for anyone who enjoys casual walking around Piedmont. Everyone is invited to join the group. There is no charge or obligation to come. Just come, walk, and be with us, when you can, for about ninety minutes. We walk rain or shine every Wednesday. Registration with the Piedmont Recreation Department is required at 510.420.3070. New walkers and their friendly K-9 best friends are especially welcome. See you at the Exedra. Registration Code: 191917.

Read with Us! A new, fun, and intellectually stimulating activity for active adults. There is no fee to participate. Registration with the Piedmont Recreation Department is required at 510.420.3070. Come join us and have fun! Registration Code: 191918.

DICK CARTER, PRISICILLA WANERUS & CAROL LONG Active 50 Plus: Come Walk With Us!

Meet every Wednesday at 10:30am Exedra Arch at Highland & Magnolia Avenues For more information, contact: Priscilla Wanerus 510.703.1366 or pwanerus@gmail.com Carol Long 510.541.2011 or longcarol@comcast.net Dick Carter 510.367.9449 or camktgrp@comcast.net

DICK CARTER, PRISICILLA WANERUS & CAROL LONG First Mondays Reading Group!

Meets first Monday of every month 1:30pm–3:00pm • 801 Magnolia East Wing For more information contact: Priscilla Wanerus 510.703.1366 or pwanerus@gmail.com Carol Long 510.541.2011 or longcarol@comcast.net Dick Carter 510.367.9449 or camktgrp@comcast.net

PIEDMONT ADULT SCHOOL MOONLIGHTER offers a broad range of classes on subjects such as Arts & Crafts, Computers, Language, Music, and many others, as well as its Creative Retirement activities. You can see all the offerings in the Adult School's Moonlighter catalog, online at www.piedmontadultschool.org or call the office at 510.594.2655 for more information.

Please call to schedule a visit to

The Piedmont Historical Society! A vast collection of historical memorabilia! Plus interesting facts to learn about Piedmont.

Piedmont Recreation Department 358 Hillside Avenue

Gail Lombardi 510.547.3311

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ADULT

Calling Piedmont Seniors

A bit of “Joie de Vivre” for Piedmont seniors. We welcome you to join us as we cultivate new friendships, provide guest speakers, and plan enjoyable excursions such as the theater, museums, restaurants, historical places, and more. Our goal is to strengthen the social and emotional well-being of seniors, as well as promote the pursuit of intellectual development. Who: Especially Senior Singles but couples and older “baby boomers” are also encouraged to join. Where: Piedmont Community Hall When: Usually 4th Wednesday of the month, 10:00am-12:00pm

Please join us for refreshments at our next friendly and informal Wednesday gathering! We also offer three exciting itineraries provided by Collette Vacations, the oldest travel agency in the United States:

SPOTLIGHT ON NEW ORLEANS

CANADIAN ROCKIES & GLACIER NATIONAL PARK

BLUEGASS COUNTRY & THE SMOKEY MOUNTAINS

APRIL 15-20, 2020

JULY 28-AUGUST 4, 2020

OCTOBER 15-24, 2020

5 days / 6 meals: 4 breakfasts, 2 dinners!

7 days / 9 meals: 6 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 2 dinners!

9 days / 12 meals: 8 breakfasts, 1 lunch, and 3 dinners!

Highlights: French Quarter, walking tour including the St. Louis Cathedral and the French Marketplace, Cooking Class, Dinner at Court of Two Sisters, Cruise Tour of the Bayous, National World War II Museum or Mardi Gras World, and French Quarter Jazz Club.

Highlights: Glacier National Park, Bow Falls and the Hoodoos, Ice-fields, Glacial Peaks, Buffalo Jump, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Ride a Jammer during visit to Glacier National Park., Icefields Parkway, Athabasca Glacier, ride across glacier ice or Glacier Skywalk.

Highlights: Home base of Gatlinburg, see Appalachia, Equestrian culture of Kentucky, pioneering spirit of Tennessee, and the mountainous beauty of North Carolina.Taste Bourbon. See baseball and Thoroughbreds in Kentucky, Daniel Boone National Forest, Gatlinburg,Tennessee. Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Dolly Parton’s Stampede and Dinner Show, Asheville, Biltmore Estate, George Vanderbilt’s "little mountain escape" in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Per Person Rate: Double: $2,099; Single: $2,599; Triple $2,169 if booked by November 15, 2019.

Per Person Rate: Double: $3,274; Single: $4,374; Triple $3,444 if booked by January 20, 2020.

Per Person Rate: Double: $3,274; Single: $4,274; Triple $3,344 if booked by April 15, 2020. Prices include Travel Protection Plan, Roundtrip Air from SFO, taxes and fees, hotel transfers. Detailed brochures are available upon request. For more information, leave a message for Senior Coordinator, Janet Epstein 510.420.3070. www.ci.piedmont.ca.us/recreation • 510.420.3070

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IMPORTANT REGISTRATION DATES

Resident online registration opens

Tuesday, August 6 10:00am

Non-Resident online registration opens

Tuesday, August 20 10:00am

REGISTER FOR CAMPS AND CLASSES 1. ONLINE

Registration Dates Above

To Create an Online Account:

1. 2. 3. 5. 6.

2. PAPER

Mail to / Drop off / Walk in:

(preferred method)

FAX

Activenet.active.com/piedmontrecreation

Registration

Begins August 21

Establish online account 48 hours prior to registering. Log on: activenet.active.com/piedmontrecreation Follow prompts to set up new account (one per household). Activate account when approval is received from ACTIVE Net. Once account is approved, you are ready to REGISTER!

Piedmont Recreation Department 358 Hillside Avenue Piedmont CA 94611

Email Registration Form: prd@piedmont.ca.gov 3. PHONE

Registration

Call us:

510.420.3070

Begins August 21

WALKING TRANSPORTATION INFORMATION Let us transport your child to PRD Camps and Programs! • Walking transportation (marked with a

) is available for children 4.9 and older to/from

Walking some Piedmont Recreation Programs and Schoolmates. (Swim lessons excluded.) Transportation • NEW HOURS: School year from 3:00pm–5:00pm. Icon

School Year: $60 / session $85 / after deadline Holiday/Summner $35 / weekly $60 / after deadline

• NEW! We will require Minimum Enrollment each day to offer transportation, advanced registration required. • Transportation registration is available ONLINE ONLY! Log onto ACTIVE Net website. Type "Transportation" in the keyword search box and follow prompts. • Online enrollment is REQUIRED in addition to program registration. Registration requests should be made in advance and will be reviewed and confirmed one week prior to the start of class. • Registration requests should be made by August 28 for Session One and by October 16 for Session Two of classes. If your program dates run through both Sessions, you MUST register for BOTH SESSIONS. • After deadline, enrollment accrues additional $25 service charge and is subject to availability. To ensure your child’s safety, Piedmont Recreation Department must adhere to the above policies. Your cooperation is appreciated in planning for your child’s transportation.

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Piedmont Recreation Department

REGISTRATION FORM 358 HILLSIDE AVENUE • PIEDMONT, CA 94611 • 510.420.3070 • PRD@PIEDMONT.CA.GOV

Instructions for Registration Form:

Cancellations and Refunds

• Complete Registration Form. • Multiple participants can register per form. • Payment and signature are required to process form. • Once your registration is processed, a confirmation will be emailed to you. • You will not be charged for any wait listed classes.

• Refunds, credits, or transfers will only be processed if the Recreation Dept. is contacted at least FIVE business days (TEN days in summer) prior to course start date. Cancellations will not be accepted after this time, except for courses cancelled by PRD. • Credits and/or refunds will not be issued for non-attendance. • Credits within the cancellation period will be applied to your account for future use. Refunds are charged a 10% processing fee.

Participant's Name

Grade in Fall

Date of Birth

Gender Course Number

Course Name

Method of Payment

Fee

Total Fee

PRD strongly encourages online registration through ACTIVE Net: activenet.active.com/piedmontrecreation For your convenience, e/mail, or walk-in registration will continue to be available. However, in accordance with new regulations, credit card information may not be written in full on our Registration Form. Please choose from the following when using paper registration: Check

Cash

Credit card - stored number (ending in _____________ ) on ACTIVE Net account

If you or your child has an allergy, medical alert, or special need, please check here and notify Piedmont Recreation Department. If your child has a medical alert, please specify:

Adult Name First

Last

Address

City

Street

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Erin Rivera, Interim Recreaton Director Jackson Stearns, Recreation Supervisor Barbara MacLean, Fiscal Services Tech Cora Wood, Administrative Assistant Jessica Pomey, Administrative Assistant John Wilk, Facilities Coordinator Steven Chavarria, Sports Coordinator Zoe Clancy-Clavere, Aquatics Coordinator Skyler Stefke, Asst. Aquatics Coordinator Beach Schoolmates Havens Schoolmates Wildwood Schoolmates

510.420.3072 erivera@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3075 jstearns@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3028 bmaclean@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3070 cwood@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3087 jpomey@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3089 jwilk@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.6223 schavarria@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3088 zclavere@piedmont.ca.gov 510.655.5163 sstefke@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3077 bsm@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3078 hsm@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3076 wsm@piedmont.ca.gov

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510.420.3040 slillevand@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3061 cnakahara@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3045 mszczech@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3041 jtulloch@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3011 jbowers@piedmont.pd.org 510.420.3038 bblack@piedmont.ca.gov 510.420.3083 kdavis@piedmont.ca.gov

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