San Anselmo Recreation 21/22 Winter/Spring Activity Guide

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FALL 2021


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ISABEL COOK COMMUNITY CENTER 1000 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. #14 San Anselmo General Information: 415-258-4640 Fax: 415-455-8229 Office Hours: M-Th: 9am-12 noon/ 1-5pm Closed Friday Online Registration: www.sananselmorecreation.org Email: recreation@townofsananselmo.org RECREATION DEPT. STAFF Dannielle Mauk Director of Community Services 415-258-4661 dmauk@townofsananselmo.org Greg Mihan Recreation Supervisor 415-258-4680 gmihan@townofsananselmo.org Mattie O’Grady Recreation Supervisor 415-258-4670 mogrady@townofsananselmo.org Dawn Broadbent-Jones Preschool Director 415-258-4644 parksidepreschool@townofsananselmo.org

Kevin MacLeod Recreation Coordinator II 415-258-4669 kmacleod@townofsananselmo.org Christina Downs Administrative Assistant 415-258-4640 cdowns@townofsananselmo.org TOWN COUNCIL Brian Colbert, Mayor Alexis Fineman, Vice-Mayor Eileen Burke Ford Greene Steve Burdo PARKS & REC COMMISSION Rod Kerr, Chair Michael Cerio, Vice Chair Jan Wu Jennifer Trahan Ryan Lafrenz Vance Frost YOUTH COMMISSIONERS Eric Overaa Maya Lynch

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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PARKSIDE PRESCHOOL

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ROBSON AFTERCARE

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SAN ANSELMO LIBRARY

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BABY AND TODDLER CLASSES

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SCHOOL BREAK CAMPS

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YOUTH CLASSES & PROGRAMS

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23 ELEPHANTS THEATRE PROGRAM 19 GYMNASTICS

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AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT

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YOUTH SPORTS

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ADULT CLASSES

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ROSS VALLEY SENIORS

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A Note of Thanks All of us chose San Anselmo as a place to live, raise families, create businesses, and work together. Our tight-knit community has enjoyed a long history of self-determination and making things happen collectively. A great example of this is the Millennium Playground at Memorial Park. The playground, which was built by volunteers in the year 2000, has been a popular destination in the town with its signature dinosaur and other whimsical features. The playground had been showing its age and expected wear and tear, and in the spring of 2021, the Town Council made it a priority to restore the facility by repairing, replacing, and enhancing the space. As with many municipal needs, resources are limited, which requires creativity, collaboration, and community. A COMMUNITY VOLUNTEER SUCCESS STORY The project was split into three phases. Phase One involved repairing or replacing components of the playground. This involved five Saturday community workdays where teams of 12 volunteers worked together on predesignated sections of the playground.

Phase Two involved painting the wooden components of the playground, this took place on a single Saturday in October and followed a color plan developed by a team that included several local artists along with several community members. Phase Three will involve enhancing the playground with new features placed in areas of the playground where former features existed. This process will begin with a community process to help determine the plan. The plan will go through a cost estimating process and a fundraising program will be launched. The improvements will be made once these goals are met. Check the Town Managers Newsletter for updated information!


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WE WANT TO THANK EVERYONE WHO HAS BEEN INVOLVED IN THIS PROJECT Millennium Playground Community Advisory Committee: Cat Austin, Mike Cerio, Rod Kerr, Ann Politzer, Holly Selvig, Jan Springer Town Council Liaisons: Steve Burdo, Eileen Burke Staff Liaisons: Sean Condry, David Donery, Dannielle Mauk Professional Design Team: Ron Holthuysen and the team at Scientific Art Studio Artists: Jennifer Asselstine, Roseanne Dal Bello, Beth Cederstrom, Martha Cederstrom, Steve Emery, Mary Kitchens, Kathleen Lipinski

Local Restaurants: Baan Thai, Creekside Pizza, Coffee Roasters, Insalatas, The Hub, LONGWAY, Peets Coffee Volunteers:

Lisa Graham

Atul Pethe

Jennifer Asselstine

Richard Greenwald

Rich Petovello

Lester Avela

Judy Greenwald

Andrew & Nathan Polkinghorne

Seth Baker

Tina Marie Humphrey

Angie Quinn

Barry Boehm

Juan Izquierdo

Matthew Robinson

John Buchholz

Heidi Jaeger

Dylan Saloner

Steve Burdo

Lucy Johnson

Erin Schneider

Tim Burke

Amy Jones

Sean Seeley

Eileen Burke

Lindsey Jones

Greg Silin

Jen Callewaert

Chris Jurach

John Smith

Tilly Cesaretti-nylin

Karsten Krogh

Phillip Sprincin

Melissa Cilley

Ryan Lafrenz

Megan Stromberg

Paul Corning

Morgan Lasater

Jackie Suthon

Quentin Cotillard

George Lewis

Nick Svenson

Roseann Dal Bello

Nate Marsh

Craig Thigpen

Kristin Davis

Anna Marsh

Sarah Thigpen

Julia Delamater

Steve & Sherril Matson

Kathy Thornton

Alison Demian

Dara & Kent Matson

Jason Van Den Brand

Christopher Donery

Jayne McDonagh

Ben Vincelette

Leanora Donery

Tara Mcgann Friedman

Melissa Vincelette

Cavan Donery

Nate McKitterick

Kathleen Walker

Dale Dualan

Karen Mendelow

Jordan Weill

Blanche Fiesel Donaldson

Ginger Meyer

Tory & Dave Weiss

Serena Fox

Colleen Morrison

Chuck Wexler

Anika Fox Horn

Gregg Olsson

TJ Williams

Noah Goldberg

Brooke Oswald


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Over 40 Years of Learning! An exciting and rewarding experience awaits your child at Parkside Preschool in San Anselmo! Children are encouraged to learn through activities that fit their age and levels of individual development. Our multi-aged group provides experiences that enhance the development of each child’s whole self: intellectual, social, creative, and physical. Preschoolers love to learn, and our well-rounded program includes, arts, crafts, music, outdoor play, cooking, plenty of time for free-play, and storytelling to feed their curiosity. Children learn socialization and communication skills in a warm, fun, nurturing environment. Please email the Director, Dawn Jones, for more information: parksidepreschool@townofsananselmo.org 1000 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Director: Dawn Jones Ages: 2 ½ - 5 years old *Limited potty-training spots available

Parkside Preschool 2022 Tuition (Per 4 Week Session) 7:30am9:30am $240

9:30am1:00pm $630

9:30am3:00pm $795

7:30am5:30pm $1095

M-W-F

$144

$399

$510

$720

T-Th

$96

$285

$365

$560

M-F

FULL TIME SPECIAL RATE, BEST DEAL Tuition per 4 week session is:

$1095


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ROBSON AFTER CARE K-5th This is an afterschool program where your kids will meet new friends, have fun, engage in well rounded activities, and most of all be in a safe environment. We also focus on cultivating a sense of community between our kids and staff everyday!

HOW WE WORK: Robson After Care (RAC) operates out of the Robson-Harrington House located at 237 Crescent Road. Participants from Wade Thomas Elementary School are picked up on campus by our staff and walked up to the house. Participants from all other schools are welcome but must be dropped off at Robson. We are open until 6:00pm daily and follow the Ross Valley School District calendar. RAC staff will offer extended care for Kindergarten early-release or super minimum days.

WHAT WE DO: Having nearly three acres of Robson-Harrington property at our disposal, we like to stay outdoors whenever weather permits. Playing kickball, tag, and imagination games are just some of the activities our kids love - but art projects and books are always on hand for those looking for more quiet activities.

FEES & REGISTRATION: Please email mogrady@townofsananselmo.org to inquire about availability and request a registration packet.

Early Release - $32/day

Late Release - $24/day

LOCATION: Robson-Harrington House, 237 Crescent Road, San Anselmo PROGRAM DIRECTOR: Mattie O’Grady (415) 258-4670 or mogrady@townofsananselmo.org ROBSON STAFF: (415) 497-8848


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SAN ANSELMO LIBRARY Sign up for The Hoot, the San Anselmo Public Library’s e-newsletter! Are you receiving the latest news from your San Anselmo Public Library? Stay up to date on upcoming programs, favorite books, new services, schedule changes (changing open hours) and more. Sign up to receive our weekly newsletter! Subscribing is easy. Just visit https:// www.townofsananselmo.org/list.aspx, type in your email, then click on the envelope icon next to “The Hoot – Library eNews.” You will receive an email with a link to confirm your subscription. That’s it. Need help signing up? Email library@townofsananselmo.org for help from our library staff. Request a Book Bundle Get a personalized bag of books (or audiobooks, DVDs, music, and more) with a Book Bundle from your San Anselmo Public Library. Visit https://www.townofsananselmo.org/1436/BookBundles and fill out the form. A librarian will put together a bundle of books/DVDs/audiobooks for you to browse and enjoy! Take and Make Kits San Anselmo Library Take and Make Kits, highlighting maker activities and DIY type projects, are available to check out! Each kit checks out for 3 weeks and contains everything you need to try a new activity or craft. Try out our: Rock Tumbler -- complete with polishing sand and 6 gemstones for you to polish and keep Knitting Kit -- with yarn, three different gauged knitting needles, and an instructional book Embroidery Kit -- with embroidery fabric, 5 bamboo hoops, needles, embroidery floss, scissors, and instructional book, and all of the other tools you will need to create embroidery art Ukulele -- with beginner instruction book Frame Drums -- 2 frame drums and one book with CD included GoPro Camera -- with GoPro camera, accessories for use, and battery charger To check out a Take and Make Kit (or put yourself on the wait list), please call 415-258-4656, text 415-855-1597, or email library@townofsananselmo.org. Memory Kits

Your San Anselmo Public Library, through a grant from the California State Library Mental Health Initiative and the


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Southern California Library Cooperative, is pleased to offer a series of kits intended to aid families with members experiencing Dementia/Alzheimer’s. Research indicates that interactive and multi-sensory materials used with people experiencing Dementia/Alzheimer’s promote positive results. Each of our seven Memory Kits are available to check out for up to three weeks: Our three Memory Lane Kits include hands-on activities like games, movies, and music based on a familiar decade (1940s, 1950s, or 1960s). Our three Memory Activity Kits include hands-on games and puzzles based on the stages of Dementia/Alzheimer’s (early, middle, and late) Our Caregiver Kit includes books and information intended to support caregivers with family members experiencing Alzheimer’s. This kit should not be used to form the basis of a medical diagnosis and is not intended to replace medical care of information provided by a medical professional. Digital Newspapers Did you know you have access to full text and color online editions of The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, San Francisco Chronicle, and Marin Independent Journal through your San Anselmo Public Library? Visit our website at www.sananselmolibrary.org and check out the Digital Resources in our E-Library! Each digital newspaper has it’s own webpage, with instructions to log in and read online. Your Library is Fine Free It’s true. If you accidentally return your books late, you won’t be assessed a late fee. We want you to use your library and enjoy all the benefits of this amazing institution.

TOWN OF SAN ANSELMO UPDATES The Town of San Anselmo has passed a new ordinance banning gasolinepowered leaf blower use and adjusting the hours of electric leaf blower operation within town limits. It will go into effect on January 1st, 2022. The unanimously passed ordinance brings San Anselmo one step closer to achieving its climate action goals of reducing emissions and protecting the health and wellbeing of all. The Town will offer a rebate program for residents and businesses to help transition away from gaspowered blowers. You may turn in your old gas leaf blower and receive a rebate for up to 50% (max. $150/unit) when you buy a new electric one. For more on what has changed, the rebate program, and enforcement, please visit https://www.townofsananselmo.org/1499/Leaf-Blowers


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MID WINTER BREAK CARPENTRY CAMP All experience levels Instructor: Nat Davis Carpentry for Kids curriculum is designed to teach practical woodworking skills, with an emphasis on the safe use of hand tools. Students will have an opportunity to create fun, functional and beautiful projects, measuring, sawing, rasping, sanding, drilling, fastening, as they develop the valuable skills of problem solving, craftsmanship, fine motor skills, respect for tools, and patience. This class is for students of all levels. Returning students will be introduced to new tools, techniques and project choices.

SKI WEEK & SPRING BREAK CAMPS Ages K-5 Instructor: Recreation Staff Join our enthusiastic staff for a lively and entertaining mix of activities, crafts, and sports when school is out! The camp is lead by Coach Mike who has been directing sports programs in our community for over six years now, working at both pre-schools and elementary schools! Our staff will creative a positive, safe, and comfortable environment for all campers. Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Vista Room SKI WEEK Tues-Fri 2/22 – 2/25 9:00am-4:00pm $222/$210 SPRING BREAK Spring Break Mon-Fri 4/4 – 4/8 9:00am-4:00pm $272/$260

$50 materials fee paid directly to instructor, due at first class meeting. Age range 6 years old - 13 years old. 2/22-2/25 Tuesday-Friday Class times: 9am - noon, or 1pm - 4pm $185/$197

SPRING BREAK SEWING CAMP During this camp your child will build beautiful projects and lasting memories with friends new and old. We will sew cute spring baskets, stuffed bunnies and chicks, spring wreaths, zipper pouches, owl and heart pillows, and more. Each day we will sew, create, and design adorable projects using our new spring fabric collection. All materials are included in the price of this camp. Mon-Fri 9:00am-1:00pm 4/4-4/8 $280/$292 5 days


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CHILDREN FOR CHANGE: INSPIRING COMMUNITY LEADERS Ages 8-13

Instructor: Eric Brandt Get in action with like-minded young people, teen interns and community-leaders passionate about big issues and inspired to make change in the world! This enrichment program will energize students to see themselves as changemakers and problem-solvers, and take action that makes a real difference in the local community. Participants will play and invent interactive games and projects, meet with field experts (elected officials, non-profit leaders, filmmakers, and more), and be at the forefront of encouraging action in their communities–in the bold, fun, thoughtful, and creative ways that only young people can!

The program incorporates all the great elements of Children for Change, a service-learning club that grew up in the Ross Valley School District. Children for Change students learn about an issue (such as climate change, social justice, homelessness or the environment) in a fun and engaging way and then inspire others to create change in their community through advocacy, youth philanthropy and service work. In addition to the after-school class, participants’ families will have access to join in a Change for Good Weekend - a weekend full of service opportunities geared towards young families. Added bonus - a Children for Change t-shirt for each participant! Read more about Children for Change’s work on their website. No classes 1/17, 2/21, 3/7, 4/4

Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Vista Room Mon

3:30-5:00pm

1/10-3/21

$282/$270

8 classes

Mon

3:30-5:00pm

3/28-5/23

$282/$270

8 classes


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WINTER/SPRING AFTERSCHOOL CARPENTRY FOR KIDS Age group K-6

All experience levels

Instructor: Nat Davis

Carpentry for Kids curriculum is designed to teach practical woodworking skills, with an emphasis on the safe use of hand tools. Students will have an opportunity to create fun, functional and beautiful projects, measuring, sawing, rasping, sanding, drilling, fastening, as they develop the valuable skills of problem solving, craftsmanship, fine motor skills, respect for tools, and patience. This class is for students of all levels. Returning students will be introduced to new tools, techniques and project choices. $45 materials fee paid directly to instructor, due at first class meeting.

Cost: $185/$197 Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Maker’s Den (1st Floor)

Session 1 1/10-2/1

NO CLASS WEEK OF 1/17 for MLK day

Mon & Tues 2:15-3:45pm 1/10-2/1

6 classes

Mon & Tues 3:45-5pm

6 classes

Session 2 2/7-3/1

1/10-2/1

NO CLASS WEEK OF 2/21 for midwinter break

Mon & Tues 2:15-3:45pm 2/7-3/1

6 classes

Mon & Tues 3:45-5pm

6 classes

2/7-3/1

Session 3 3/7-3/22 Mon & Tues 2:15-3:45pm 3/7-3/22

6 classes

Mon & Tues 3:45-5pm

6 classes

3/7-3/2


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Create & Learn Virtual Programs MINECRAFT CODING QUEST—LEVELS 1 & 2

ROBLOX CODING—LEVELS 1 & 2

Grades 3rd-5th Instructor: Create & Learn Staff

Grades 4th- 8th Instructor: Create & Learn Staff

In this fun beginner coding class, kids learn foundational coding classes by solving interesting puzzles, building structure, and creating minigames all using code. Some core coding concepts covered include sequencing, conditional, events, loops, and more. Your kids will have tons of fun and learn! ***Beginner level – No prerequisites, but Scratch or block-based coding experience recommended*** No class 2/21 or 4/5.

Take a big step forward with your Roblox experience by not just playing the game but actually creating your own games! Learn how to use Roblox Studio to create customized worlds and code mini-games. We start from the very basics of Roblox Studio, no prior experiences needed. You will also learn Lua, a programming language for Roblox and core coding skills that can be applied elsewhere as well.! *** For Grades 4 - 8 (ages 9 - 14) Advanced level - Very familiar with Scratch type of programming platform. Ready to move up to text based programming***

Requirements: Students must have a laptop or desktop device with Zoom, a Chrome browser, and high internet connectivity. Windows or Mac Computer (Chromebook is not supported). Mon

4:00-4:55pm

1/10-3/7

$119

8 classes

Tues

4:00-4:55pm

3/1-4/26

$119

8 classes

No class 2/23 or 4/7. Requirements: Students must have a laptop or desktop device with Zoom, a Chrome browser, and high internet connectivity. Windows or Mac Computer (Chromebook is not supported), and a mechanical mouse. Weds 4:00-5:15pm

1/12-3/9

$150

8 classes

Thurs 4:00-5:15pm

3/3-4/28

$150

8 classes

Founded by a former Product Director at Google and a Senior Tech Lead at Apple and Uber. Our curricula are developed by tech experts from top companies like Google, experienced teachers, and talented graduates of Stanford, MIT, and Harvard.


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cepts. ***Beginner level – No prerequisites*** No class 2/22.

SCRATCH JUNIOR Grades K-1st Instructor: Create & Learn Staff This series of fun classes use the Scratch Junior platform, developed by the same MIT team that built Scratch. While building interactive stories and games, your child will be introduced to the basics of coding concepts, solve problems, and most importantly, create! An iPad or a Tablet is required. No class 4/7.

Requirements: Students must have an iPad or Tablet and a computer with Zoom and high internet connectivity. Sat

10:30-11:15am

Thurs 4:00-4:45pm

1/15-3/5

$119

8 classes

3/10-5/5

$119

8 classes

SCRATCH NINJA LEVELS 1 & 2 Grades 2nd-5th Instructor: Create & Learn Staff This class uses Scratch, a coding platform developed by MIT, as a tool to teach core computer science and coding concepts such as loop, conditional, motion, and sensing. Students will also work on a project in each session ranging from animation, games, to graphic design and storytelling, etc. The class employs a variety of interesting topics to teach logical thinking and inspire creativity, so your kids are not only learning but also creating starting from day one. Kids will be challenged to be creative and solve tough problems while learning the deeper computer science con-

Requirements: Students must have a laptop or desktop device with Zoom, a Chrome browser, and high internet connectivity. Tues

4:00-4:55pm

1/11-3/8

$119

8 classes

SCRATCH NINJA LEVELS 3 & 4 Grades 2nd-5th

Instructor: Create & Learn Staff This class uses Scratch, a coding platform developed by MIT, as a tool to teach core computer science and coding concepts such as loop, conditional, motion, and sensing. Students will also work on a project in each session ranging from animation, games, to graphic design and storytelling, etc. The class employs a variety of interesting topics to teach logical thinking and inspire creativity, so your kids are not only learning but also creating starting from day one. Kids will be challenged to be creative and solve tough problems while learning the deeper computer science concepts. ***Prerequisites – students must have completed Scratch Ninja 1 & 2 *** No class 4/5. Requirements: Students must have a laptop or desktop device with Zoom, a Chrome browser, and high internet connectivity. Tues

4:00-4:55pm

3/15-5/10

$119

8 classes


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Creative Sewing & Art Programs CREATIVE SEWING

and wall décor, to wind chimes and stuff animal softies.

K-5th Instructor: Halleh Besharati We will help students to create patterns, cut designs, and sew cute projects. We will practice hand stitching as well as use sewing machines. All students will have lots of beautiful fabrics to choose from and they will sew bags, valentines heart, felt pillow, place mat, napkins, fabric sachets, zipper pouches and more. All materials are included in the price of the class. No class 2/21. Mon

3:45-5:15pm

1/24-2/28 $210/$198 5 classes

STAR MAKING ART—WINTER WONDERLAND K-5th Instructor: Halleh Besharati

Sewing, Clay, and more! Awaken your child's creativity and let your child explore all different mediums of art in this super fun after school art class. Your child will grow their imagination by sketching, creating macrame, handstitching projects, and transforming air dry clay into figurines. We will be exploring all types of mediums each week that will keep them excited and ready for all arts. In this session students will make everything from plant holders

All materials are included in the price of the class. No class 2/23. Weds

3:45-5:15pm

1/19-3/9

$285/$273

7 classes


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STAR MAKING ART—SPRING EDITION (Butterflies, charms, and more!) K-5th Instructor: Halleh Besharati Sewing, Clay, and more! Awaken your child's creativity and let your child explore all different mediums of art in this super fun after school art class. Your child will grow their imagination by sketching, creating macrame, handstitching projects, and transforming air dry clay into figurines. We will be exploring all types of mediums each week that will keep them excited and ready for all arts. In this session students will make clay lady bugs and birds, nests, colorful butterfly garlands, lady bug pillows, teal plush tote bags, and turquoise crystal charm bracelets. All materials are included in the price of the class. No class 4/6. Weds 3:45-5:15pm

3/23-5/11

$285/$273

7 classes


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23 ELEPHANTS THEATRE PROGRAM CINDERELLA KIDS Grades 3-5 (8-11 years old)

Join us for the timeless tale of Cinderella, a scorned stepchild who overcomes impossible odds to marry a royal prince. Kind-hearted Cinderella is denied a chance to go to the royal ball by her wicked stepmother and stepsisters. With a little help from her mice friends and a touch of magic from her Fairy Godmother, Cinderella reminds us that dreams really can come true. With a beautiful score, including “A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes” and the classic “BibbidiBobbidi-Boo,” Cinderella KIDS will charm its way into your heart. Day & Time: Fridays, 4pm-6pm Dates: 1/7-3/18 (no class on 2/25)

Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Vista Room, San Anselmo, CA 94960 Final Performance: 1pm @ Creek Park, 249 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Anselmo CA 94960 Registration: $510 (SA res), $522 (non SA res)


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23 ELEPHANTS THEATRE PROGRAM CINDERELLA’S GLASS SLIPPER ADVENTURE Grades K-2 (5-8 years old) Join us for Cinderella’s Glass Slipper Adventure. This mini-musical theatre class is designed for our youngest performers. Our goal is to inspire creativity and imagination through play; to instill self-esteem and pride; and to foster an appreciation for teamwork and community. At the end of the session, we will have a shareformance for family and friends . Day & Time: Saturdays, 10am-12pm Dates: 1/8-3/19 (no class on 2/26) Location: Robeson-Harrington House, 237 Crescent Road, San Anselmo, CA 94960 Final Performance: 3pm @ Creek Park, 249 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., San Anselmo, CA 94960 Registration: $510 (SA res), $522 (non SA res)


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23 ELEPHANTS THEATRE PROGRAM HAMLET IN YOUR OWN WORDS Ages 10-15 Join us for Hamlet in Your Own Words, a fun and melodramatic rendition of Shakespeare’s classic that features a combination of original lines from the play and highly entertaining interpretations of the rest of the text. This version of the show is quick, easy to understand, and a blast to perform. This fantastic introduction to Shakespeare focuses on acting games and working as an ensemble. There will be a free final performance for family and friends at the end of the session. Day & Time: Tuesdays, 4:15-6:15pm Dates: 1/4-3/15 (no class on 2/22)

Final Performance: TBD Registration: $510 (SA res), $522 (non SA res)


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TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS WINTER 2022 WINTER SESSION 1/3 – 3/19 10 weeks of fun!! No classes: 2/21-2/26 TODDLER TUMBLING Instructor: Juan Olsen Sanchez Our toddler tumbling classes combine instructor-initiated activities with children’s freedom of exploration. There is circle time with songs and rhymes and plenty of time for free play, which helps the young child to develop large motor skills through ageappropriate activities. Parent participation is required for all Toddler Tumbling classes.

Ages: 1-2 years M

1/3 – 3/14

8:30-9:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Tu

1/4 – 3/15

8:30-9:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

W

1/5 – 3/16

8:30-9:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Th

1/6 – 3/17

8:30-9:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

F

1/7 – 3/18

8:30-9:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Sa

1/8 – 3/19

8:30-9:15am

$162/$150

10 classes Ages: 2-3 years

Ages: 1-2 years M

1/3 – 3/14

9:30-10:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

M

1/3 – 3/14

10:30-11:15am $162/$150

10 classes

Tu

1/4 – 3/15

9:30-10:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Tu

1/4 – 3/15

10:30-11:15am $162/$150

10 classes

W

1/5 – 3/16

9:30-10:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

W

1/5 – 3/16

10:30-11:15am $162/$150

10 classes

Th

1/6 – 3/17

9:30-10:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Th

1/6 – 3/17

10:30-11:15am $162/$150

10 classes

F

1/7 – 3/18

9:30-10:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

F

1/7 – 3/18

10:30-11:15am $162/$150

10 classes

Sa

1/8 – 3/19

9:30-10:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Sa

1/8 – 3/19

10:30-11:15am $162/$150

10 classes


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YOUTH TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS WINTER SESSION 1/3 – 3/19 10 weeks of fun!! No classes: 2/21-2/26 YOUTH TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS Instructor: Juan Olsen Sanchez Juan, a former nationally ranked gymnast, brings a great deal of expertise to his classes, and his gentle teaching style is wonderful for children. Skills will be taught on the trampoline, balance beam and bars as well as floor workouts on the mats. Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Gym

Ages: 3-5 years M

1/3 – 3/14

11:30-12:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Tu

1/4 – 3/15

11:30-12:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

W

1/5 – 3/16

11:30-12:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Th

1/6 – 3/17

11:30-12:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

F

1/7 – 3/18

11:30-12:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Sa

1/8 – 3/19

11:30-12:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Ages: 3-5 years

Ages: 4-6 years

M

1/3 – 3/14

1:30-2:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

M

1/3 – 3/14

2:30-3:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

Tu

1/4 – 3/15

1:30-2:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

Tu

1/4 – 3/15

2:30-3:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

W

1/5 – 3/16

1:30-2:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

W

1/5 – 3/16

2:30-3:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

Th

1/6 – 3/17

1:30-2:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

Th

1/6 – 3/17

2:30-3:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

F

1/7 – 3/18

1:30-2:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

F

1/7 – 3/18

2:30-3:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes


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YOUTH TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS WINTER 2022 WINTER SESSION 1/3 – 3/19 10 weeks of fun!! No classes: 2/21-2/26 YOUTH TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS Instructor: Juan Olsen Sanchez Juan, a former nationally ranked gymnast, brings a great deal of expertise to his classes, and his gentle teaching style is wonderful for children. Skills will be taught on the trampoline, balance beam and bars as well as floor workouts on the mats.

Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Gym Ages: 6-8 years Sa

1/8 – 3/19

1:30-2:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

2:30-3:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

Ages: 9-12 years Sa

1/8 – 3/19

Ages: 7-8 years

Ages: 9-12 years

M

1/3 – 3/14

3:30-4:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

M

1/3 – 3/14

4:30-5:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

Tu

1/4 – 3/15

3:30-4:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

Tu

1/4 – 3/15

4:30-5:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

W

1/5 – 3/16

3:30-4:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

W

1/5 – 3/16

4:30-5:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

Th

1/6 – 3/17

3:30-4:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

Th

1/6 – 3/17

4:30-5:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

F

1/7 – 3/18

3:30-4:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

F

1/7 – 3/18

4:30-5:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes


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Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Gym 1/4 – 3/17 – Winter Session

OPEN GYM

No Open Gym (2/21-2/26)

Ages: 7-12

Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:30-7:30pm

Instructor: Juan Olsen Sanchez & Staff

1 day/week - $92/80

Open gym is held for anyone 7 years and older wishing to practice on equipment of their choice. An instructor is available to oversee all activities, and all are welcome to participate in this unstructured fun!

2 days/week - $162/$150 Family Rate - $162/$150 (is 2 days/week and includes all family members)

Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Gym 1/3 – 3/19 – Winter Session No Open Gym (2/21-2/26) Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30-7:30pm Saturdays 3:30-5:30pm

TRAMPOLINE CLASS Ages: 7-12 Instructor: Juan Olsen Sanchez

1 day/week - $92/80 3 days/week - $162/$150 Family Rate - $222/$210 (is 3 days/week and includes all family members)

TEEN OPEN GYM Ages: 12+ Instructor: Juan Olsen Sanchez & Staff Teen open gym is held for anyone 12 years and older wishing to practice on equipment of their choice. An instructor is available to oversee all activities, and all are welcome to participate in this unstructured fun!

Juan will teach the basic techniques and skills of the trampoline, culminating in aerial rotations. Safety will be emphasized at all times. Safety belts will be used. Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Gym

M

1/3 – 3/14

5:30-6:30pm

$182/$170

10 Classes

T

1/4 – 3/15

5:30-6:30pm

$182/$170

10 Classes

W

1/5 – 3/16

5:30-6:30pm

$182/$170

10 Classes

Th

1/6 – 3/17

5:30-6:30pm

$182/$170

10 Classes


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TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS SPRING 2022 10 weeks of fun!! SPRING SESSION 3/21-6/4 No classes: 4/4-4/9 TODDLER TUMBLING Instructor: Juan Olsen Sanchez Our toddler tumbling classes combine instructor-initiated activities with children’s freedom of exploration. There is circle time with songs and rhymes and plenty of time for free play, which helps the young child to develop large motor skills through age-appropriate activities. Parent participation is required for all Toddler Tumbling classes. Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Gym Ages: 1-2 years

Ages: 2-3 years

M

3/21 – 5/30

8:30-9:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

M

3/21 – 5/30

10:30-11:15am $162/$150

10 classes

Tu

3/22 – 5/31

8:30-9:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Tu

3/22 – 5/31

10:30-11:15am $162/$150

10 classes

W

3/23 – 6/1

8:30-9:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

W

3/23 – 6/1

10:30-11:15am $162/$150

10 classes

Th

3/24 – 6/2

8:30-9:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Th

3/24 – 6/2

10:30-11:15am $162/$150

10 classes

F

3/25 – 6/3

8:30-9:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

F

3/25 – 6/3

10:30-11:15am $162/$150

10 classes

Sa

3/26 – 6/4

8:30-9:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Sa

3/26 – 6/4

10:30-11:15am $162/$150

10 classes

Ages: 1-2 years M

3/21 – 5/30

9:30-10:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Tu

3/22 – 5/31

9:30-10:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

W

3/23 – 6/1

9:30-10:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Th

3/24 – 6/2

9:30-10:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

F

3/25 – 6/3

9:30-10:15am

$162/$150

10 classes

Sa

3/26 – 6/4

9:30-10:15am

$162/$150

10 classes


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YOUTH TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS 10 weeks of fun!! SPRING SESSION 3/21-6/4 No classes: 4/4-4/9 YOUTH TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS Instructor: Juan Olsen Sanchez Juan, a former nationally ranked gymnast, brings a great deal of expertise to his classes, and his gentle teaching style is wonderful for children. Skills will be taught on the trampoline, balance beam and bars as well as floor workouts on the mats. Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Gym

Ages: 3-5 years M

3/21 – 5/30

11:30-12:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

Tu 3/22 – 5/31

11:30-12:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

W

3/23 – 6/1

11:30-12:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

Th 3/24 – 6/2

11:30-12:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

F

3/25 – 6/3

11:30-12:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

Sa

3/26 – 6/4

11:30-12:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes Ages: 4-6 years

Ages: 3-5 years M

3/21 – 5/30 1:30-2:15 pm

$162/$150 10 classes

Tu

3/22 – 5/31 1:30-2:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

W

3/23 – 6/1

1:30-2:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

Th

3/24 – 6/2

1:30-2:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

F

3/25 – 6/3

1:30-2:15pm

$162/$150

10 classes

M

3/21 – 5/30

2:30-3:25pm

$182/$170 10 classes

Tu

3/22 – 5/31

2:30-3:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

W

3/23 – 6/1

2:30-3:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

Th

3/24 – 6/2

2:30-3:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

F

3/25 – 6/3

2:30-3:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes


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YOUTH TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS 10 weeks of fun!! SPRING SESSION 3/21-6/4 No classes: 4/4-4/9 YOUTH TUMBLING & GYMNASTICS Instructor: Juan Olsen Sanchez Juan, a former nationally ranked gymnast, brings a great deal of expertise to his classes, and his gentle teaching style is wonderful for children. Skills will be taught on the trampoline, balance beam and bars as well as floor workouts on the mats. Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Gym

Ages: 6-8 years Sa

3/26 – 6/4

1:30-2:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

2:30-3:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

Ages: 9-12 years Sa

3/26 – 6/4

Ages: 7-8 years

Ages: 9-12 years

M

3/21 – 5/30

3:30-4:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

M

3/21 – 5/30

4:30-5:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

Tu

3/22 – 5/31

3:30-4:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

Tu

3/22 – 5/31

4:30-5:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

W

3/23 – 6/1

3:30-4:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

W

3/23 – 6/1

4:30-5:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

Th

3/24 – 6/2

3:30-4:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

Th

3/24 – 6/2

4:30-5:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

F

3/25 – 6/3

3:30-4:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes

F

3/25 – 6/3

4:30-5:25pm

$182/$170

10 classes


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OPEN GYM Ages: 7-12 Juan Olsen Sanchez & Staff

3/22 – 6/2 – Spring Session

Instructor:

No Open Gym (4/4-4/9)

Open gym is held for anyone 7 years and older wishing to practice on equipment of their choice. An instructor is available to oversee all activities, and all are welcome to participate in this unstructured fun!

Tuesdays & Thursdays 5:30-7:30pm 1 day/week - $92/80 2 days/week - $162/$150

Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Gym

Family Rate - $162/$150 (is 2 days/week and includes all family members)

3/21 – 6/4 – Spring Session No Open Gym (4/4-4/9)

Mondays & Wednesdays 5:30-7:30pm Saturdays 3:30-5:30pm

TRAMPOLINE CLASS Ages: 7-12 Olsen Sanchez

1 day/week - $92/80

Instructor: Juan

3 days/week - $162/$150 Family Rate - $222/$210 (is 3 days/week and includes all family members)

TEEN OPEN GYM Ages: 12+ Juan Olsen Sanchez & Staff

Location: San Anselmo Recreation Center

Instructor:

Teen Open gym is held for anyone 12 years and older wishing to practice on equipment of their choice. An instructor is available to oversee all activities, and all are welcome to participate in this unstructured fun! Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Gym

Juan will teach the basic techniques and skills of the trampoline, culminating in aerial rotations. Safety will be emphasized at all times. Safety belts will be used.

M

3/21 – 5/30

5:30-6:30

$182/$170

10 Classes

T

3/22 – 5/31

5:30-6:30

$182/$170

10 Classes

W

3/23 – 6/1

5:30-6:30

$182/$170

10 Classes

Th

3/24 – 6/2

5:30-6:30

$182/$170

10 Classes


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After School Enrichment Policies & Procedures These classes are only available to those students attending school at the same campus they are taking classes. 1. Parents are responsible for communicating classes with their after-care providers and adjust

ing children’s schedules accordingly. 2. Enrichment classes will not be offered on school holidays, teacher workdays, or staff devel-

opment days. 3. You must pick up your child on-time at the end of class. If there are multiple late pick-ups,

your child’s enrollment may be considered for termination without a refund. 4. All students are responsible for getting to their respective classes unassisted. Kindergarten-

ers for Kindergarten ONLY classes will be picked up outside of their classroom by their instructor. 5. Instructors will walk students back to their respective after care sites at the end of class. 6. Refunds can be requested no later than 5 business days after the first class meeting, and

will be issued only if the class meets the minimum enrollment requirements. All refunds will be charged a $25 processing fee. 7. Behavioral problems will not be tolerated and therefore a child may be dismissed from the

class at any time. 8. If classes are cancelled, you will be refunded in full. 9. All classes are subject to change.


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Winter Session 2022 Week of January 18th through the Week of March 21st (No classes January 17th, February 21st-25th, or March 7th) 9-week session Deadline to sign up for classes is Thursday, January 6th All classes include an $8 RVSD Facilities Use Fee These classes are only available for students attending school at the same campus

COURSE

DAY

TIME

GRADE

FEE INSTRUCTOR

Brookside Sewing for Kids

Mon

3:20-4:20

K-5

$250

enBRIDGEment

Group Guitar

Mon

3:20-4:20

K-2

$250

enBRIDGEment

Adventures in STEM with LEGO®

Mon

3:20-4:20

1-3

$199

Play-Well TEKnologies

Kinder Hoops

Tues

2:10-3:10

K

$220

One on One

Hip-Hop for Kids

Tues

3:20-4:20

K-5

$295

enBRIDGEment

Chess Club

Tues

3:20-4:20

1-5

$250

Chess Wizards

After School Hoops

Wed

2:00-3:00

K-4

$220

One on One

Group Piano

Wed

2:00-3:00

K-2

$295

enBRIDGEment

Flash, Zap, Bubble & Boom

Wed

2:00-3:00

K-4

$200

Beth Touchette

Brookside Spanish Class

Thurs

3:20-4:20

K-5

$298

Your Language & Cultural Ctr

Mosaics for Kids

Thurs

3:20-4:20

K-5

$475

enBRIDGEment


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Winter Session 2022 Week of January 18th through the Week of March 21st (No classes January 17th, February 21st-25th, or March 7th) 9-week session Deadline to sign up for classes is Thursday, January 6th All classes include an $8 RVSD Facilities Use Fee These classes are only available for students attending school at the same campus

COURSE

DAY

TIME

GRADE FEE

INSTRUCTOR

Hidden Valley Kinder Hoops

Mon

1:50-2:50

K

$176

One on One

After School Hoops

Mon

3:00-4:00

1-5

$176

One on One

Chess Club

Mon

3:00-4:00

1-5

$199

Chess Wizards

Flash, Zap, Bubble & Boom

Mon

3:00-4:00

K-4

$200

Beth Touchette

Building Music Boxes

Tues

3:00-4:00

K-5

$495

enBRIDGEment

Group Guitar

Tues

3:00-4:00

K-2

$295

enBRIDGEment

Amazing Science

Wed

1:40-2:40

1-3

$243

Amazing Science

Hidden Valley Spanish Class

Wed

1:40-2:40

K-5

$298

Your Language & Cultural Ct

Art for Kids

Wed

1:40-2:40

K-5

$295 enBRIDGEment

Group Piano

Thurs

3:00-4:00

K-2

$295 enBRIDGEment

Adventures in STEM with LEGO®

Thurs

3:00-4:00

1-3

$250

Play-Well TEKnologies

Hip-Hop for Kids

Thurs

3:00-4:00

K-5

$295

enBRIDGEment


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Winter Session 2022 Week of January 18th through the Week of March 21st (No classes January 17th, February 21st-25th, or March 7th) 9-week session Deadline to sign up for classes is Thursday, January 6th All classes include an $8 RVSD Facilities Use Fee These classes are only available for students attending school at the same campus

COURSE

DAY

TIME

GRADE

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

Manor Amazing Science for Kinders

Mon

2:00-3:00

K

$193

Amazing Science

Amazing Science

Mon

3:10-4:10

1-3

$193

Amazing Science

Mosaics for Kids

Mon

3:10-4:10

K-5

$425

enBRIDGEment

Manor Spanish Class

Tues

2:00-3:00

K

$298

Your Language & Cultural Ctr

Manor Spanish Class Ctr

Tues

3:10-4:10

1-5

$298

Your Language & Cultural

Group Piano

Tues

3:10-4:10

K-2

$295

enBRIDGEment

Sewing for Kids

Weds

1:50-2:50

K-5

$295

enBRIDGEment

After School Hoops

Weds

1:50-2:50

K-4

$220

One on One

Hip-Hop for Kids

Weds

1:50-2:50

K-5

$295 enBRIDGEment

Chess Club

Thurs

3:10-4:10

1-5

$250

Chess Wizards

Group Guitar

Thurs

3:10-4:10

K-2

$295

enBRIDGEment


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Winter Session 2022 Week of January 18th through the Week of March 21st (No classes January 17th, February 21st-25th, or March 7th) 9-week session Deadline to sign up for classes is Thursday, January 6th All classes include an $8 RVSD Facilities Use Fee These classes are only available for students attending school at the same campus

COURSE

DAY

TIME

GRADE FEE

INSTRUCTOR

Wade Thomas Oven Baked Clay with Nikki

Mon

3:10-4:10

1-5

$396

Nikki Contini

Group Piano

Mon

3:10-4:10

K-2

$298

enBRIDGEment

Hip-Hop for Kids

Mon

3:10-4:10

K-5

$295 enBRIDGEment

Wade Thomas Spanish Class

Mon

3:10-4:10

K-5

$298

Your Language & Cultural Ctr

Adventures in STEM with LEGO®

Tues

3:10-4:10

1-3

$250

Play-Well TEKnologies

Mosaics for Kids Chess Club

Tues Wed

3:10-4:10 1:50-2:50

K-5 1-5

$475 $250

enBRIDGEment Chess Wizards

Amazing Science

Wed

1:50-2:50

1-3

$243

Amazing Science

Group Guitar

Wed

1:50-2:50

K-2

$295

enBRIDGEment

Kinder Hoops

Thurs

2:00-3:00

K

$220

One on One

After School Hoops

Thurs

3:10-4:10

1-5

$220

One on One

Sewing for Kids

Thurs

3:10-4:10

K-5

$295

enBRIDGEment


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Spring Session 2022 Week of March 28th through the Week of May 31st) (No classes April 4th-8th, or May 30th) 9-week session Deadline to sign up for classes is Thursday, March 17th All classes include an $8 RVSD Facilities Use Fee These classes are only available for students attending school at the same campus

COURSE

DAY

TIME

GRADE

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

Brookside Building Music Boxes

Mon

3:20-4:20

K-5

$450

enBRIDGEment

Kinder Soccer

Mon

2:10-3:10

K

$198

One on One

Flag Football

Mon

3:20-4:20

2-5

$198

One on One

Chess Club

Tues

3:20-4:20

1-5

$250

Chess Wizards

Hip-Hop for Kids

Tues

3:20-4:20

K-5

$295

enBRIDGEment

Group Piano

Tues

3:20-4:20

K-2

$295

enBRIDGEment

Science & Art Under the Sea

Wed

2:00-3:00

K-4

$200

Beth Touchette

After School Hoops

Wed

2:00-3:00

K-4

$220

One on One

Group Guitar

Wed

2:00-3:00

K-2

$295

enBRIDGEment

Minecraft Engineering using LEGO®

Thurs

3:20-4:20

1-4

$250

Play-Well TEKnologies

Brookside Spanish Class

Thurs

3:20-4:20

K-5

$298

Your Language & Cultural Ctr

Art for Kids

Thurs

3:20-4:20

K-5

$295

enBRIDGEment


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Spring Session 2022 Week of March 28th through the Week of May 31st) (No classes April 4th-8th, or May 30th) 9-week session Deadline to sign up for classes is Thursday, March 17th All classes include an $8 RVSD Facilities Use Fee These classes are only available for students attending school at the same campus

COURSE

DAY

TIME

GRADE FEE

INSTRUCTOR

Hidden Valley After School Hoops

Mon

3:00-4:00

1-5

$198

One on One

Chess Club

Mon

3:00-4:00

1-5

$224

Chess Wizards

Group Piano

Mon

3:00-4:00

K-2

$295

enBRIDGEment

Science & Art Under the Sea

Mon

3:00-4:00

K-4

$175

Beth Touchette

Sewing for Kids

Tues

3:00-4:00

K-5

$295

enBRIDGEment

Kinder Soccer

Tues

1:50-2:50

K

$220

One on One

Flag Football

Tues

3:00-4:00

2-5

$220

One on One

Hidden Valley Spanish Class

Wed

1:40-2:40

K-5

$298

Your Language & Cultural Ctr

Amazing Science

Wed

1:40-2:40

1-3

$243

Amazing Science

Mosaics for Kids

Wed

1:40-2:40

K-5

$475

enBRIDGEment

Group Guitar

Thurs

3:00-4:00

K-2

$295

enBRIDGEment

Minecraft Engineering using LEGO®

Thurs

3:00-4:00

1-4

$250

Play-Well TEKnologies

Hip-Hop for Kids

Thurs

3:00-4:00

K-5

$295

enBRIDGEment


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Spring Session 2022 Week of March 28th through the Week of May 31st) (No classes April 4th-8th, or May 30th) 9-week session Deadline to sign up for classes is Thursday, March 17th All classes include an $8 RVSD Facilities Use Fee These classes are only available for students attending school at the same campus

COURSE

DAY

TIME

GRADE

FEE

INSTRUCTOR

Manor Amazing Science for Kinders

Mon

2:00-3:00

K

$218

Amazing Science

Amazing Science

Mon

3:10-4:10

1-3

$218

Amazing Science

Hip-Hop for Kids

Mon

3:10-4:10

K-5

$295

enBRIDGEment

Group Guitar

Tues

3:10-4:10

K-2

$295

enBRIDGEment

Manor Spanish Class

Tues

2:00-3:00

K

$298

Your Language & Cultural Ctr

Manor Spanish Class

Tues

3:10-4:10

1-5

$298

Your Language & Cultural Ctr

Krafts for Kids

Weds

1:50-2:50

K-5

$475

enBRIDGEment

After School Hoops

Weds

1:50-2:50

K-4

$220

One on One

Chess Club

Thurs

3:10-4:10

1-5

$250

Chess Wizards

Group Piano

Thurs

3:10-4:10

K-2

$295

enBRIDGEment


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Spring Session 2022 Week of March 28th through the Week of May 31st) (No classes April 4th-8th, or May 30th) 9-week session Deadline to sign up for classes is Thursday, March 17th All classes include an $8 RVSD Facilities Use Fee These classes are only available for students attending school at the same campus

COURSE

DAY

TIME

GRADE FEE INSTRUCTOR

Wade Thomas Glass Fusing with Nikki

Mon

3:10-4:10

2-5

$484

Nikki Contini

Group Guitar

Mon

3:10-4:10

K-2

$295

enBRIDGEment

Wade Thomas Spanish Class

Mon

3:10-4:10

K-5

$298

Your Language & Cultural Ctr

Flag Football

Tues

3:10-4:10

2-5

$220

One on One

JEDI Engineering using LEGO®

Tues

3:10-4:10

1-4

$250

Play-Well TEKnologies

Building Music Boxes

Tues

3:10-4:10

K-5

$495

enBRIDGEment

Chess Club

Wed

1:50-2:50

1-5

$250

Chess Wizards

Amazing Science

Wed

1:50-2:50

1-3

$243

Amazing Science

Hip-Hop for Kids

Wed

1:50-2:50

K-5

$295

enBRIDGEment

Group Piano

Wed

1:50-2:50

K-2

$295

enBRIDGEment

Kinder Soccer

Thurs

2:00-3:00

K

$220

One on One

After School Hoops

Thurs

3:10-4:10

1-5

$220

One on One

Creating Jigsaw Puzzles

Thurs

3:10-4:10

K-5

$295

enBRIDGEment


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AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT CLASS DESCRIPTIONS Adventures in STEM with LEGO® Grades 1st-3rd

Play-Well TEKnologies

Let your imagination run wild with tens of thousands of LEGO® parts! Build engineer-designed projects such as: Snowmobiles, Catapults and Lighthouses. Design and build as never before and explore your craziest ideas. After School Hoops Grades K-4th, 1st-5th

One on One

After School Hoops® is a weekday afternoon basketball program for aspiring young players. The one hour instructional sessions combine fundamental skills instruction with organized team competition with the goal of providing an enjoyable and educational after school athletic event. Developing players benefit by improving their individual skills such as passing, dribbling, shooting, rebounding, and defending while, at the same time, learning how to work within the framework of a team. Boys and girls of all skill levels are encouraged to join. One of the many merits of After School Hoops® is that it provides school children with an organized after school event at which they can learn, socialize, and most of all, have fun. Parents and teachers often express concern that idle and unsupervised after school hours provide too many negative temptations for their children. Using athletics as the vehicle, After School Hoops® provides children with an opportunity to improve their overall physical fitness, develop sportsmanship and athletic integrity, and gain an understanding of the game of basketball. Art for Kids Grades K-5th

enBRIDGEment

If you love to experiment with colors, come and join us! This super fun class involves watercolor painting, pastel, and pencil drawing, all of which are great ways for kids to explore and expand their creativity. To face a blank canvas and breathe life into it is indeed exciting! When it comes to painting and drawing, young artists have an infinite number of ways to express themselves artistically and bring out the uniqueness in their creativity. Kids will explore ways to create different styles of art ranging from Impressionism to Abstract. Our little Van Goghs and Monets will have a chance to display and even sell their beautiful masterpieces at our “Art & Cheese” Exhibition at the end of each session. www.Enbridgement.com.


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AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT CLASS DESCRIPTIONS Amazing Science Grades K, 1st-3rd

Amazing Science

WINTER Join Amazing Science — the widest range of STEM, STEAM, and general science activities in any Marin enrichment program! Amazing Science students improve critical thinking skills and general science knowledge through a wide variety of kidpleasing science experiments, hands-on activities, and demonstrations, in scientific subjects such as chemistry, physics, geology, biology, engineering, and more! In this session, students soar into Aerodynamics, rescue Fluffy with Chromatography, connect to Electronic Circuits, hop along with Frogs, mix Magic Potions (1), go on a Salmon Journey, use Simple Machines, dig in for Worms, lift the curtain on Magic Science (1), and more! (Lessons may vary at specific locations.) SPRING Join Amazing Science — the widest range of STEM, STEAM, and general science activities in any Marin enrichment program! Amazing Science students improve critical thinking skills and general science knowledge through a wide variety of kidpleasing science experiments, hands-on activities, and demonstrations, in scientific subjects such as chemistry, physics, geology, biology, engineering, and more! In this session, students will dig for Shark teeth, match Kids vs Animals in puzzlesolving, use Pulley Power for the win, discover Seeing 3-D, run tests in Creek Water Testing Lab, rank North America's Top (Mammalian) Predators; with Classification Systems, explore the wonder of Plants, 101, and more! (Lessons may vary at specific locations.)

Building Music Boxes Grades K-5th

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Do you kids ever wonder what’s inside a music box that makes it sing? Students will learn how to design and create various music boxes in different sizes and materials with their own hands. Not only does this class help with critical thinking, hand coordination, and fine motor skills, but also exposes children to a music and music appreciation as they’ll listen to a variety of music and choose a song for their music box.


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AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT CLASS DESCRIPTIONS Chess Club Grades 1st-5th Chess Wizards Join us this seaon for tons of challenging chess lessons, exciting games, and cool prizes. You'll improve your chess skills, meet new friends, and work out your most powerful muscle - your brain! Our classes are geared to suit children of all skill levels; from chessling to checkmate artist, students will build upon their knowledge through lessons, tournaments, variation games and more! More than just a game of winning and losing, we make learning chess fun Flash, Zap, Bubble and Boom Grades K-4th

Beth Touchette

First, we will explore light. Activities will include making a kaleidoscope and a solar s'more. Next, we will investigate sound, by making spinning buzzers and Pan pipes and learning how bats echolocate. We will also explore electrical circuits and static electricity. We will make some concoctions, including glow in the dark slime. Through discovery-based science learning, your child will explore the natural world with a fun, credentialed science teacher. Class size capped at nine students to ensure quality instruction. Instructor Bio: Beth Touchette is a credentialed science teacher with 25 years experience and a local mom. Glass Fusing with Nikki Contini Grades 2nd-5th Nikki Contini In this fun and unique class, the ancient art of kiln formed glass will be explored. Students will learn how to safely cut and layer glass into creative and functional forms which will then be kiln fired. Students come away from the class with lots of beautiful glass work and will be amazed at what they can make with glass. New projects and techniques will be introduced each week and students will develop a firm understanding of the craft of fusing. Returning students welcome! Class fee covers all glass, firings, and material. Teacher Bio Nikki Contini is a teaching artist who works in fused glass, polymer clay and mixed media. Her popular after-school art classes and workshops for both children and adults have kept her busy over the past 10 years. Her experiences include working with students in public schools, camps, seniors with dementia, families, teaching in underserved communities and groups such as the Girl Scouts in Marin County. Nikki creates and teaches with a mission to inspire creative expression, confidence and joy! @Fusingfunart fusedglassoriginals.blogspot.com


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AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT CLASS DESCRIPTIONS Flag Football Grades 2nd-5th

One on One

Does your child love football? Do they want to learn more about the game in a fun environment? Or are you interested in your child learning and playing football without all the contact? Then join our coaches as they teach the fundamentals of passing, catching, throwing, offensive and defense strategies, teamwork skills, and sportsmanship! Group Guitar Grades K-5th

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Learn to play guitar with us! You’ll learn acoustic, classical, flamenco, finger-style and electric guitar. We introduce students to different styles of music, allowing them to get a well-rounded sense of the many ways to play the guitar. Soon you’ll be jazzing & rocking your guitar! This class is for beginners. All students must bring their own guitars to class. www.Enbridgement.com. Group Piano Grades K-2nd

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Kids will learn to play the piano in a fun environment with their friends and peers. Students will learn many finger techniques as well as how to play different styles of music including Classical, Jazz, Boogie, and more! This class is for beginners. Portable pianos will be provided for each student. www.Enbridgement.com.

Sewing for Kids Grades K-5th

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Learning to sew both clothing & crafts allows your children to broaden their sewing knowledge and skills. Kids will sew and take home their own stuffed animal, mini pillows, gloves, socks, masks, and more! Projects are designed for kids to achieve their very best and be able to succeed as they learn a new skill! Sewing helps with math, creativity, problem solving, and hand eye coordination and more! www.Enbridgement.com.


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AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT CLASS DESCRIPTIONS Hip Hop for Kids Grades K-5th

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Get your kids dancing! Hip Hop provides freedom of movement in a fun atmosphere. With exciting dance steps and challenging combinations, children learn to control their bodies to produce entertaining moves. Dance inspires kids to live happier, healthier, fuller lives. Your kids develop not only physical fitness but also confidence, self-love, expression, connection, physical & psychological growth in our dance classes. Dance is a wonderful artistic outlet that not only utilizes creativity and talent but also teaches discipline. www.Enbridgement.com. JEDI Engineering using LEGO®

Grades 1st-4th

Play-Well TEKnologies

The Force Awakens in this introductory engineering course for young Jedi! Explore engineering principles with LEGO® materials as we construct the Ewok Village on Endor, fly through space on our X-Wings, and defend the Echo Base on Hoth. Create motorized and architectural projects with imagination and engineering to defeat the Empire! Kinder Hoops K Only

One on One

Do you want to learn how to play basketball? This special class introduces the world of basketball in a fun and noncompetitive way just to Kindergartners! We will focus on select skills such as dribbling, passing, shooting, and working as a team. This class will help your child develop skills through age appropriate practice and games. Kinder Soccer K Only

One on One

This special class introduces the world of soccer in a fun and non-competitive way just to Kindergartners! We will focus on select skills and how to work as a team. This class will help your child develop skills through age appropriate practice and games.


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AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT CLASS DESCRIPTIONS Minecraft Engineering using LEGO® Grades 1st-4th

Play-Well TEKnologies

Venture into the world of Minecraft in our unique LEGO® experience. Get ready to build your base, craft your tools, use your Minecart to harvest raw resources, and battle to stop the Ender Dragon from ending the world. Come explore the endless possibilities of LEGO® with a trained Play-Well instructor.

Krafts for Kids

Grades 1st-5th

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If your kids love making things with their hands, then they’ll fall in love with these fun crafts we’ll make! Each week, kids will explore how to use different materials to create different crafts. They’ll make wind chimes, pom poms, frisbees, dream catchers & sun catchers, origamis, kites, holiday cards, glowing lanterns, ornaments, angels and snowflakes, seashell picture frames, butterflies, glowing & glitter magic wands, puppets and more! Crafting is a form of self-expression, and every child will create the same object differently. Crafting involves both left & right brain and strengthens hand coordination and improves fine motor skills.

Mosaics for Kids

Grades K-5th

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Does your child like to draw or paint? If so, they must try something new and super fun - MOSAIC ART! A mosaic is a style of art made from small pieces of tile, glass, stone or any materials assembled together. When these pieces are carefully placed with color and size, they can create awesome geometric designs or even pictures. Creating mosaic art helps to develop a student's strategic thinking and increase their visual language skills, focusing skills, and self-esteem as well as reduce anxiety.


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AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT CLASS DESCRIPTIONS Oven Baked Clay Time with Nikki Contini Grades 1st-5th

Nikki Contini

In this FUN class students will use a polymer clay that can be baked in a kitchen oven! Imaginations go wild as students decide what to make: tiny creatures and miniatures of any kind including food, robots, unicorns, monsters, beautiful jewelry, pinch pots, magnets, ornaments and other collectables. Instructions, project ideas and guidance provided, but students are encouraged to create from their own vision! Students can make entire sets of characters and props for their imaginative stories and will be able to pull from Nikki’s large collection of recyclable supplies and art materials to complete their projects. All clay and materials are included in the class. *All students will have their own clay boxes to minimize sharing of materials, and all covid safety guidelines followed. We will safely create, explore, laugh, make friends and listen to great music! Teacher Bio Nikki Contini is a teaching artist who works in fused glass, polymer clay and mixed media. Her popular after-school art classes and workshops for both children and adults have kept her busy over the past 10 years. Her experiences include working with students in public schools, camps, seniors with dementia, families, teaching in underserved communities and groups such as the Girl Scouts in Marin County. Nikki creates and teaches with a mission to inspire creative expression, confidence and joy! @Fusingfunart fusedglassoriginals.blogspot.com

Science and Art Under the Sea

Grades K-4th

Beth Touchette

In this class, we will investigate water, and the amazing plants and animals that live in the ocean. Every day we will do both science and art activities. Activities include foil boats, ocean in a bottle, seaweed science and prints, tidepool model, sculpting sea life animals, and squid dissection. Through discovery-based learning, your child will explore the natural world with a fun, credentialed science teacher. Class size capped at nine students to ensure quality instruction. Instructor Bio: Beth Touchette is a credentialed science teacher with 25 years experience and a local mom.


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AFTER SCHOOL ENRICHMENT CLASS DESCRIPTIONS Creating Jigsaw Puzzles Grades K-5th

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Putting together a puzzle helps children develop problem-solving skills and memory skills. In our class, we go one step beyond and create puzzle pieces that kids design and decorate themselves. Making puzzles help kids understand shapes, forms, space and negative space. Manipulating puzzle pieces is great for strengthening fine motor skills and coordination. And jigsaw puzzle making requires determination, patience and perseverance!

Spanish Grades K-5th

Your Language & Cultural Center

Our courses are chock full of games, stories, songs, and so many other hands-on learning experiences. We see play as a natural medium for learning, thus all classes are filled to the brim with play-based learning. Each class is perfectly tailored according to age groups, taking into account the time of the day as well as their specific needs. Your student will be happy to come to us to play while also even learning some Spanish! While our classes are not full immersion, they are inclusive of all ages and skill levels. Nevertheless, our main focus is to safely care for the students while they grow and also love to learn a foreign language.

For more information about the After School Enrichment Program, email Mattie O’Grady at mogrady@townofsananselmo.org or call 415-258-4640.


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SoccerKids

Junior Tennis

Ages: 2.5 - 7 years Instructor:SoccerKids Coaches

Ages: 5-11 Instructors: Tennis in Marin

Location: Memorial Park

San Anselmo Recreation offers Junior Tennis for kids between the ages of 5-11. Tennis in Marin professional coaches in conjunction with the USTA have now been using a system where different colored balls are used at corresponding age levels to allow more of a natural progression toward learning the sport of tennis. These new changes have allowed kids to rally and play real tennis points at an early age. When kids are successful they are having fun, and when they are having fun, they are usually successful. It works both ways.

SoccerKids youth soccer is thrilled to offer soccer for boys and girls in San Anselmo. Join us for noncompetitive, age appropriate play that uses makebelieve and imagination to learn the world's most popular sport. During a SoccerKids class, children get a chance to learn in an environment where having fun, trying your best and good sportsmanship is much more important than winning. The final score of a SoccerKids game is always fun to fun! Class size limited to 16 kids. Parent participation not required except for the 2.5-3.5 age class. Classes begin early January for Winter season and early March for Spring season. San Anselmo Recreation does not take registrations for this class. Please visit SoccerKids online at www.soccerkids.com to register and get more information. Classes fill to capacity quickly, so early registration is recommended. Winter season runs January through February and registration begins Nov. 1st and Spring season runs March through May and registration begins Feb 1st.

Location: Memorial Park 5-7 years old Mon 8 classes

3/28-5/16

3:15-3:45

$160/$150

3/28-5/16

3:45-4:45

$220/$210

3/29-5/17

3:15-3:45

$160/$150

3/29-5/17

3:45-4:45

$220/$210

7-11 years old Mon 8 classes

5-7 years old Tues 8 classes 7-11 years old Tues 8 classes


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Girl’s Youth Softball The goal of this league is to ensure that all players have a fun, positive and enriching experience, while learning softball skills and teamwork. The league provides each team with bats, balls, helmets and other required equipment. All girls are encouraged to participate, regardless of skill level or athletic ability. League Fees: Farm Club: 6U (K-1st Graders)

$195

Rookies: 8U (2nd-3rd Graders)

$195

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Minor League: 10U (4 -5 Graders) th

$210

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Major League: 12U (6 -7 Graders)

$210

Senior League: 14U (8th-9th Graders)

$210 rd

Skill Assessments - These will be taking place on Sunday, January 23 at Memorial Park between 9-2. Attendance is required of all Minor, Major, and Senior players. Farm Club and Rookies do not assess. Exact times for each age division will be announced prior to the assessment. Team Formations – Farm Club and Rookies will be placed on teams according to school. Minor, Major and Senior teams are selected using a blind draft based on the results of the skills assessment. Practices and Games - Practices will start the week of February 28th. These will take place on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Times days will vary depending on who the girls coach is. Game days and times will vary also depending on each team. League Volunteering - All families will be required to volunteer in the snack shack. Schedules will be handed out prior to the first game. Coaching or Sponsoring - If you are interested in either coaching and/or sponsoring a team, please call 258-4680 or write gmihan@townofsananselmo.org to express your interest. Specify which age group it is that you are interested in coaching or sponsoring. Equipment and Uniforms – Players must have their own glove and cleats. Teams will be provided with bats, balls, helmets, and other required equipment. Both a jersey and visor will be provided for all the players to keep. Deadline to sign-up is Thursday, January 13th!


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Youth Baseball Come join our Youth Baseball Leagues! No scores or standings will be kept, and the purpose of the league is instructional and fun! Farm Club will be Tee Ball with Coach Tim on Sundays followed by Rookie Baseball that will be coach pitch.

League Fees: Farm Club: 4-5 Years Old (Pre-K-K Graders) st

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$190

Rookie: 6-7 Years Old (1 -2 Graders)

$190

Minors: 8-10 Years Old (3rd-4th Graders)

$255

Practices: These will start the week of February 28th. Before games begin there will be one or two practices a week. Practice start times will be at 4 or 5:30. The location will be either Brookside, Wade Thomas, Hidden Valley, or Memorial Field. Games: These will take place on Sundays at Memorial Field. They will begin mid-March and run until mid-May. The snack shack will be open and fields will be prepped for all games. Team Formations: Teams will be formed with consideration of school placement and grade. All teams will participate in the Opening Day San Anselmo Baseball Association/San Anselmo Recreation Youth Girls annual softball parade! Coaching or Sponsoring: If you are interested in either coaching and/or sponsoring a team, please call 258-4680 or write gmihan@townofsananselmo.org to express your interest. Specify which age group it is that you are interested in coaching or sponsoring. SABA (San Anselmo Baseball Association) will be a sponsor for the rookie program as well as offer free clinics! Equipment and Uniforms: Every player will get a jersey and cap. All players will be expected to have a baseball mitt. Deadline to Register is Thursday, January 13th!


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Bambino Baseball Instructor: Tim Musselman This popular class provides an ideal introduction to the game of baseball for both parent and child. One adult must participate with each child in this noncompetitive, skill building class. Your child will learn to throw, catch, hit and run the bases. Each child should bring a mitt and a parent. Lots of fun guaranteed. Location: Memorial Park Ages: 3-4 years old Sun

3/20-4/17

8:30-9:15am

$130/$120

5 weeks

Sun

4/24-5/22

8:30-9:15am

$130/$120

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Luis Quezada’s Spring Soccer Academy 2022 Instructor: Luis Quezada The Spring Academy at Brookside School includes training for all skill levels for players from ages 6-13 years old. The program focuses on individual development including speed and agility, skills training, ball manipulation, passing, receiving, shielding and decision making. The Spring Academy utilizes game situations and problem solving to help develop skilled, creative and versatile players who will truly understand and enjoy the game. With our player-centered approach, no two programs are ever the same since each is expertly molded around the skill and personality of its players. USA Soccer Spring Academy will follow all State and County COVID guidelines. Luis Quezada and an experienced group of professional trainers bring 37 years of coaching experience to our 29th year of academies and camps. The USA Soccer Camp staff knows how to develop skills and make soccer FUN! March 28th - May 25th Brookside School – San Anselmo Session 1 – 3:30 – 5:00 pm Session 2 – 5:00 – 6:30 pm No sessions Spring Break, April 4th – 8th Cost: Monday and Wednesdays 3:30 pm (16 sessions) $345 (resident) $355 (non-resident) Monday and Wednesdays 5:00 pm (16 sessions) $345 (resident) $355 (non-resident)

Mondays only 3:30 pm (8 sessions) $180.00 (resident) $190 (non-resident) Mondays only 5:00 pm (8 sessions) $180.00 (resident) $190 (non-resident) Wednesdays only 3:30 pm (8 sessions) $180.00 (resident) $190 (non-resident) Wednesdays only 5:00 pm (8 sessions) $180.00 (resident) $190 (non-resident) NO DROP-INS - 2022 Locations may change depending on availability of Ross Valley School District fields.


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PAINTING WORKSHOP WITH ELIZABETH FLANAGAN

DROP-IN MAH JONGG Instructor: Caine Starelli

Instructor: Elizabeth Flanagan This is not a class, it is for those who already know how to play Mah Jongg. All levels and water-soluble paints are welcome. We will exam the beauty of painting while learning about artists and their techniques. Independent projects ok. $40 material’s fee due upon first class.

No Drop-In 11/25

Location: San Anselmo Recreation, Vista Room Ages: Adult

Location: Isabel Cook Community Center, Maple Room Ages: Adults Monthly Dates Coming Soon!!

$25 drop-in fee per class

Th

1/6 - 5/26

NO DROP-INS 4/14

10:00am - 4:00pm

$2 per drop-in


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Adult Tennis Ages: 15-Older

Instructor: Tennis in Marin

Students will be introduced to the basic skills of tennis, including forehand, backhand, serve and volley. Emphasis is on proper stroke technique and enjoyment. Location: Memorial Park

Ages: 15 & Over Introduction to Tennis (Level 1) Thurs 3/24-5/12

6:00-7:30pm

$225/$215

8 weeks

Thurs 3/24-5/12

10:30-12:00pm

$225/$215

8 weeks

6:00-7:30am

$225/$215

8 weeks

9:00-10:30am

$225/$215

8 weeks

Intermediate/Advanced (Level3/3.0) Wed

3/23-5/11

Thurs 3/24-5/12


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Come join the Ross Valley Seniors back in person every Thursday for lunch and social gathering followed by a presentation on a variety of topics! Recent presentations have included: - Brian Crawford on his book, “Shipwrecks of Marin” - Local historian Dick Miner on “The Gardens of Alcatraz: A Testament to the Human Spirit - Betsy Best Martini on “New Year’s Fitness Routines” - Team Trivia!! Winning teams get to select a prize! Presentation topics shift every month and range from local history, to trivia games, to book reviews, and workout and exercise routines. All meetings are held at the Fairfax Women’s Club from 11:00am until 1:30pm. Yearly memberships—$40

Single Lunch—$8

If you are interested in attending any meetings or would like more information please email Kevin MacLeod at kmacleod@townofsananselmo.org

New guests are welcome! Come enjoy an interesting presentation and make some new friends!


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