Page 1

E N C I N I TA S

PA R K S

&

R E C

recreation

sUMMER 2012 guide J U N E

J U LY

A U G U S T

BE A PART OF IT! EncinitasParksAndRec.com SUMMER CAMPS!

Senior Center Programs • Youth Activities Sports Programs • Special Events Community Center Programs • Teen Activities

LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/EncinitasParksandRec

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: @EncinitasRec


table of contents

SUMMER CAMPS........................................................... 3-13 TINY TOTS.................................................................... 14-16

YOUTH/TEEN................................................................ 17-18 ADULTS......................................................................... 19-20

MULTI-AGE................................................................... 21-22 SPORTS........................................................................ 23-26 ADULTS 50+.................................................................. 27-35

SPECIAL EVENTS INFORMATION..................................... 36

PROGRAM POLICIES........................................................ 36 REGISTRATION.................................................................. 37

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

call on us!

Community & Senior Center / City Hall

A

ll of us in the Parks and Recreation Department couldn’t be more excited about the summer season. For 2012, we offer more than 40 unique summer camps, as well as hundreds of classes and activities, so you’re sure to find something of interest to you and your family. Also, don’t miss the Pet Health Expo in June and terrific Sunday Summer Concerts by the Sea at Moonlight Beach in July and August. I feel honored and privileged to be a part of providing acres of parks, beaches, trails and hundreds of recreation programs in Encinitas for all to enjoy. Parks have been my life. As a kid I have great memories of spending the majority of the day at my neighborhood park playing sports, riding a bicycle, picnicking with my family and socializing with friends. Parks, beaches, trails and recreation services make life better now and in the future by providing: • Access to the serenity and inspiration of nature • Outdoor space to play and exercise • Facilities for self-directed and organized recreation • Positive alternatives for youth which help lower crime and mischief • Activities that facilitate social connections, human development, therapy, the arts and lifelong learning

AT&T

Encinitas Community & Senior Center Community Center (760) 943-2260 Senior Center (760) 943-2250 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive Encinitas, CA 92024 Fax: (760) 943-2262 (Community Center Fax) (760) 943-2252 (Senior Center Fax)

This summer, I hope that you’ll get out and enjoy your parks, beaches and trails, and I hope to see you in one of our recreation programs or at an event. As we like to say at Encinitas Parks and Rec, “Be a Part of It!” Always feel free to connect with us; our staff is here to help you find just the right program or activity for you.

-Lisa Rudloff

Parks and Recreation Department Director

Community Center Facility Rental Information (760) 943-2279 Parks and Recreation Department — City Hall (760) 633-2740 505 S. Vulcan Avenue Encinitas, CA 92024 Fax: (760) 633-2626 Park Information (760) 633-2740 Athletic Field Condition Line (760) 633-2761 LIKE US ON FACEBOOK: Facebook.com/EncinitasParksandRec

FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: @EncinitasRec

Patrons of Encinitas Parks (PEP) is a non-profit 501-C3 non-profit organization that was founded in 1984 by active residents of Encinitas who were passionate about working with City staff to develop, improve and preserve our community’s active and passive parklands. PEP and the City of Encinitas executed a Memorandum of Understanding by which PEP is recognized as an official fund raising arm for the City of Encinitas. Public/ Private partnerships such as this not only serve as an example for future generations but are absolutely essential given today’s economic reality. PEP offers Encinitas community members an opportunity to continue the tradition of supporting parks and recreational activities that play a major role in the quality of life we all enjoy. Learn how you can get involved by visiting their website at www.patronsofencinitasparks.org.


T INY T O T S

City of Encinitas Guide To

2012 summer camps Day Camps • Beach programs arts and crafts camps • dance camps special interest camps • sports camps Camps are broken down in this special camp section by program type. Use course numbers to search and register online.

Make this your kids’ best summer ever by giving them a great camp experience. The City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department offers plenty of different camps this summer—everything from our classic Seaside Day Camp and Junior Lifeguards to exciting new offerings like Video Game Design and our new Rugby Camps.

Join us for a great summer! be a part of it! EncinitasParksandRec.com


2012 SUMMER CAMPS Day Camps Seaside Day Camp

Summer at Seaside is full of awesome activities, including indoor/outdoor games, crafts, sports, learning and fun! One field trip per week is scheduled (usually Wednesdays) to a local county attraction, as well as a weekly beach trip. Activities are subject to change. Ages: At least 6 but less than 12 Fee: Resident: $142.50. Non-resident: $152.50 Mon - Fri 7am to 6pm Get Your Science Fun (Week 1) Field Trip – R.H. Fleet Space & Science Center June 18-22; Course # 955 Funtastic Fair (Week 2) Field Trip – San Diego County Fair June 25-29; Course # 956 True Colors (Week 3) Field Trip – Beach trip July 2-6; Course # 964 (No camp July 4) Fitness Fun (Week 4) Field Trip – “Go Play-Get Fit” event in Coronado July 9 -13; Course # 957 Take Me Out, Padres (Week 5) Field Trip – Padres game July 16-20; Course # 958 Waves of Fun (Week 6) Field Trip – Wave Water Park - Vista, CA July 23-27; Course # 959 Ahoy There! (Week 7) Field Trip – USS Midway tour July 30-August; Course # 960 Splish Splash Fun (Week 8) Field Trip – Knott’s Soak City - Chula Vista, CA August 6-10; Course # 961 Shiny and Sparkly Fun (Week 9) Field Trip – Gemology Institute of America August 13-17; Course # 962 Explore the Possibilities (Week 10) Field Trip – San Diego Children’s Museum August 20-24; Course # 963

EncinitasParksandRec.com

“Seaside Rocks… Seaside’s the Bomb!” -as said by some 2011 campers Seaside Counselor in Training

The Counselor in Training Program (CIT) at Seaside Day Camp allows Seaside alumni and interested youth, ages 13 to 16 years exclusive training and increased responsibilities, such as actively assisting with Seaside activities, supervision, and program development. Fees include special CIT shirts and training, and two weekly field trips. Space is limited to 5 youth per week. Requirements include: special application, letters of recommendation, applicant interview, minimum 2.5 GPA & parental permission and support, and 3-week commitment. Contact the Parks and Recreation office at (760) 633-2740 for the special application or additional details. Application deadline is May 4. Fee: Resident: $52.50. Non-resident: $62.50 upon approval

Super Moverz Camps Super Moverz & Team Challengerz Park Camps

Charge into a week of full-powered fun as you race through obstacle courses, drench your friends with water soakers, build forts and shields and play the most dynamic action games on the planet, like: Spell Ball, Troopers Camp; Jedi, Survivor and many more. Earn prizes and power points! Ages: At least 4 but less than 13 Instructor: Wyatt Cameron Location: Baseball Field at Leo Mullen Sports Park Fee: Resident: $134.50. Non-resident: $144.50 Course # 896 Mon, July 2 - Fri, July 6 (No camp July 4) 9am to 1pm Fee: Resident: $167.50. Non-resident: $177.50 Course # 1006 Mon, July 9 - Fri, July 13 9am to 1pm Course # 1007 Mon, July 23 - Fri, July 27 9am to 1pm Course # 1008 Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10 9am to 1pm

4

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740


EncinitasParksandRec.com

2012 SUMMER CAMPS

Junior Lifeguards / 3-week Sessions

This summer, we’re excited to offer 3-week long sessions designed for Junior Guards who are up for the challenge of a more comprehensive program, who never want to get out of the water, or leave the beach when it’s time to go home. This program will cover everything offered in our 2-week sessions, but provide more time to cover material in greater depth, add educational experiences, tower visits, guest lecturers and a greater emphasis on lifeguard competition. Visit www.EncinitasJG.com for more info. Ages: At least 9 but less than 18 Location: Moonlight Beach Fee: Resident 227.50. Non-resident: $237.50 Mornings - 9am to noon Course # 975: Mon, June 25- Fri, July 13 (No JGs on July 4) Course # 1118: Mon, July 16- Fri, Aug 3 Course # 1119: Mon, Aug 6 - Fri, Aug 24 Afternoons - 1 to 4pm Course # 1120: Mon, June 25- Fri, July 13 (No JGs on July 4) Course # 1121: Mon, July 16- Fri, Aug 3 Course # 1122: Mon, Aug 6 - Fri, Aug 24

Junior Lifeguards / 2-Week Sessions

Be a part of a 20-year plus Encinitas tradition. By combining education with recreation, participants learn about the ocean environment, gain professional lifesaving skills, and enjoy swimming, surfing, body boarding, bodysurfing, snorkeling and skills competitions. Our goal is to educate young people in ocean and beach safety while building self-confidence and appreciation for the environment. Visit www.EncinitasJG.com for more info. Ages: At least 9 but less than 18 Location: Moonlight Beach Fee: Resident: $187.50. Non-resident: $197.50 Mornings- 9am to noon Course # 1123: Mon, June 18 - Fri, June 29 Course # 1124: Mon, July 2 - Fri, July 13 (No JGs on July 4) Course # 1125: Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 27 Course # 1126: Mon, July 30 - Fri, August 10 Course # 1127: Mon, Aug 13 - August 24 Afternoons- 1 to 4pm Course # 1128: Mon, June 18 - Fri, June 29 Course # 1129: Mon, July 2 - Fri, July 13 (No JGs on July 4) Course # 1130: Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 27 Course # 1131: Mon, July 30 - Fri, August 10 Course # 1132: Mon, Aug 13 - August 24

Junior Lifeguards Aide

T INY T O T S

Beach Programs

If you are interested in becoming a Junior Lifeguard Aide, you must be between the ages of 14-17 years old and have prior experience in the Junior Lifeguard program (at least one year). To apply for a position, you will need to register and send a letter of intent (via email: encjrguards@encinitasca.gov) to the Junior Lifeguard Coordinator. Visit www.EncinitasJG.com for instructions on what to include in letter and for testing requirements. Ages: At least 14 but less than 18 Location: Moonlight Beach Fee: Resident: $22.50. Non-resident: $27.50 Candidates not selected for an Aide position will be refunded, minus a $2.50 transaction fee 9am to 4pm 2-Week Sessions Course # 1133: Mon, June 18- Fri, June 29 Course # 1134: Mon, July 2- Fri, July 13 (No JGs on July 4) Course # 1135: Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 27 Course # 1136: Mon, July 30 - Fri, August 10 Course # 1137: Mon, Aug 13 - August 24 3-week Sessions Course # 1138: Mon, June 25- Fri, July 13 (No JGs on July 4) Course # 1139: Mon, July 16- Fri, Aug 3 Course # 1140: Mon, Aug 6 - Fri, Aug 24

Beach Kids

Give your 6-8 year-olds his/her best summer yet at Beach Kids on Moonlight Beach! In this non-competitive beach program, the emphasis is on learning and fun. We teach beach safety and awareness, basic first aid, marine life awareness, water etiquette, teamwork and of course plenty of play. Beach Kids will emphasize confidence building and self-esteem while playing games in a fun, beach environment. Visit www.EncinitasBeachKids.com for more info. Ages: At least 6 but less than 9 Instructor: Crystal Hollins Location: Moonlight Beach Fee: Resident: $227.50. Non-resident $237.50 2 Week Sessions Mornings - 9am to noon Course # 1141; Mon, July 2 - Fri, July 13 Course # 1142; Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 27 Course # 1143; Mon, July 30 - Fri, August 10 Afternoons - 1 to 4pm Course # 1144; Mon, July 2 - Fri, July 13 Course # 1145; Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 27 Course # 1146; Mon, July 30 - Fri, August 10

EncinitasParksandRec.com

5


2012 SUMMER CAMPS SUPER MOVERZ / TEAM CHALLENGERZ BEACH CAMP

Dive into a fun-filled week of radical beach sports! Build team bunkers, score a goal in the beach soccer match, learn ocean safety, enjoy surfing and boogie boarding, build awesome sand structures and rock the huge obstacle courses everyday! Earn player cards and team points for prizes. Ages: At least 5 but less than 14 Instructor: Wyatt Cameron Location: Grandview Beach 9am to 1pm Course # 1009 Fee: Resident: $134.50. Non-resident: $144.50 Mon, July 2 - Fri, July 6 (no camp on 7/4) Course # 1010 Fee: Resident: $167.50. Non-resident: $177.50 Mon, July 9 - Fri, July 13 Course # 1012 Fee: Resident: $167.50. Non-resident: $177.50 Mon, July 23 - Fri, July 27 Course # 1013 Fee: Resident: $167.50. Non-resident: $177.50 Mon, July 30 - Fri, August 3 Course # 1014 Fee: Resident: $167.50. Non-resident: $177.50 Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10 Course # 1015 Fee: Resident: $167.50. Non-resident: $177.50 Mon, August 20 - Fri, August 24 Course # 1016 Fee: Resident: $167.50. Non-resident: $177.50 Mon, August 27 - Fri, August 31

Surf Camps Youth & Teen Summer Break Surf Camps Youth, Teen and Girls Only Surf Camps

We are committed to providing the highest standard of professional surf instruction. Our emphasis is always on safety as we work with our students to learn proper surfing fundamentals and proper surfing techniques. We teach all levels of surfing from the very beginner to the advanced competitive surfer and every ability level in between. Whether it’s a private lesson or during one of our surf camps, each individual student gets specific instruction according to their current skills and how we can help them get to that next level. When registering, select whether you are signing up for a Youth Camp, a Teen Camp, or the Girls Only program. Ages: At least 6 but less than 18 Instructor: Dawn Patrol Surf Location: Moonlight Beach Same course # applies to Girls Only, Youth or Teen camps

6

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

EncinitasParksandRec.com

1-week AM - 9am to noon Fee: Resident: $277.50. Non-resident: $287.50 Course # 1025; Mon, June 4 - Fri, June 8 Course # 1026; Mon, June 11 - Fri, June 15 Course # 1029; Mon, June 25 - Fri, June 29 Course # 1030; Mon, July 2 - Fri, July 6 - ($222.50 / $232.50) Course # 1038; Mon, July 9 - Fri, July 13 Course # 1039; Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 20 Course # 1040; Mon, July 23 - Fri, July 27 Course # 1041; Mon, July 30 - Fri, August 3 Course # 1042; Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10 Course # 1043; Mon, August 13 - Fri, August 17 Course # 1044; Mon, August 20 - Fri, August 24 Course 1045; Mon, August 27 - Fri, August 31 1-week PM - 1 to 4pm Fee: Resident: $277.50. Non-resident: $287.50 Course #1046; Mon, June 4 - Fri, June 8 Course # 1047; Mon, June 11 - Fri, June 15 Course # 1048; Mon, June 18 - Fri, June 22 Course # 1049; Mon, June 25 - Fri, June 29 Course # 1050; Mon, July 2 - Fri, July 6 - ($222.50 / $232.50) Course # 1051; Mon, July 9 - Fri, July 13 Course # 1052; Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 20 Course # 1053; Mon, July 23 - Fri, July 27 Course # 1054; Mon, July 30 - Fri, August 3 Course # 1055; Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10 Course # 1056; Mon, August 13 - Fri, August 17 Course # 1057; Mon, August 20 - Fri, August 24 Course # 1058; Mon, August 27 - Fri, August 31 2 weeks AM - 9am to noon Fee: Resident: $482.50. Non-resident: $492.50 Course # 1028; Mon, June 4 - Fri, June 15 Course #1093; Mon, June 18 - Fri, June 29 Course # 1094; Mon, July 2 - Fri, July 13 - ($432.50 / $442.50) Course # 1095; Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 27 Course # 1096; Mon, July 30 - Fri, August 10 Course # 1097; Mon, August 13 - Fri, August 24 2-weeks PM - 1 to 4pm Fee: Resident: $482.50. Non-resident: $492.50 Course # 1103; Mon, June 4 - Fri, June 15 Course # 1102; Mon, June 18 - Fri, June 29 Course # 1101; Mon, July 2 - Fri, July 13 - ($432.50 / $442.50) Course # 1100; Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 27 Course # 1099; Mon, July 30 - Fri, August 10 Course # 1098; Mon, August 13 - Fri, August 24


EncinitasParksandRec.com

2012 SUMMER CAMPS

Basketball CAMPS

Canyon Crest Basketball Camp

Brian Baum, current head coach at Canyon Crest Academy, will offer a camp that will focus on the fundamentals of dribbling, shooting, ball handling and defense. Current and former collegiate coaches will teach the fundamentals for the camp. Ages: At least 6 but less than 15 Instructor: Brian Baum Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $132.50. Non-resident: $142.50 9am to 2pm Course # 913 Mon, June 18 - Fri, June 22 Course # 914 Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 20

Wildcat Basketball Camp

Are you serious about taking your basketball game to the next level? Then, don’t miss out on the opportunity to attend WILDCAT Basketball Camp! Each day, various fundamental skills will be covered like dribbling, shooting, passing, footwork and defense. WILDCAT Basketball Camps stress creativity of young basketball players in a structured day camp environment. WILDCAT Basketball Camps are instructed by Jason Stewart, a former NCAA champion. Come do what the pros do in the off season! Ages: At least 8 but less than 16 Instructor: Jason Stewart Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $170.50. Non-resident: $180.50 9am to 2pm Course # 916 Mon, June 25 - Fri, June 29 Course # 923 Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10

Check out the new and improved City website at:

www.EncinitasCA.gov

“Wildcat Basketball Skills Clinic helped my son take his game to the next level. Coach Stewart and his staff broke down the drills so that everyone could understand the importance of the drill and doing it right.”

T INY T O T S

Sports Camps

-Mike Shane, Parent Wildcat Basketball Skills Tune Up

Coach Jason Stewart is excited to bring you a one-day all-out skills blitz! Don’t miss this incredible skills development enhancer. Focus will be on dribbling, passing, footwork and shooting. Come learn from a former NCAA Champ! Instructor: Jason Stewart Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $77.50. Non-resident: $87.50 Course # 924 Ages: At least 8 but less than 12 Sat, August 18 - Sat, August 18 9am to noon Course # 925 Ages: At least 12 but less than 17 Sat, August 18 - Sat, August 18 1 to 4pm

Soccer Camps Coast 2 Coast Irish Soccer Camp

Coast 2 Coast Soccer has highly enthusiastic coaches who come all the way from Ireland. Each week includes the most fun-filled soccer games and drills followed by healthy fruit breaks. Our coaches will teach your child great new soccer skills and the fundamental techniques of how to play. Your child will get a C2C Irish soccer jersey, a ball, a wristband and a certificate. Most importantly, your child will have FUN. Space is Limited! Ages: At least 4 but less than 15 Instructor: Chris Murphy Location: Cardiff Field 3 at Cardiff Sports Park Fee: Resident: $171.50. Non-resident: $181.50 9am to 2pm Course # 921 Mon, July 23 - Fri, July 27 Course # 922 Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10

EncinitasParksandRec.com

7


2012 SUMMER CAMPS San Diego Futsal Academy

Play the most exciting indoor soccer game around — Futsal! Futsal is the best skill developing game there is. Futsal is the only indoor soccer game recognized by FIFA and soon to become an Olympic sport. See what Futsal soccer can do for your skills! Each participant receives a Futsal shirt and matching soccer ball! Ages: At least 5 but less than 16 Instructor: Mario Mrakovic Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $187.50. Non-resident: $197.50 9am to 1pm Course 915 Mon, July 9 - Fri, July 13

EncinitasParksandRec.com

Volleyball Camps Beach Volleyball Camp

Beach volleyball legends, Sinjin Smith and Randy Stoklos plus their qualified staff of coaches, are ready to pass down years of knowledge to you! Throughout the week Sinjin and or Randy will drop by periodically to work with campers. The camp is structured so that all campers will receive proper instruction based upon their individual skill levels. This camp will cover all of the fundamentals, teach specialized drills and supervised games will be played. Everyone will receive a Beach Volleyball Camp T-shirt. Ages: At least 7 but less than 15 Instructor: Dennis Marlow Fee: Resident: $152.50. Non-resident: $162.50 9am to noon Location: Moonlight Beach Course # 929 Mon, June 18 - Fri, June 22 Course # 930 Mon, June 25 - Fri, June 29 Location: Glen Park Course # 931 Mon, July 9 - Fri, July 13 Course # 932 Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 20 Course # 933 Mon, July 23 - Fri, July 27 Course # 934 Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10

Indoor Volleyball Camp

Take your game to the next level by learning the fundamentals of volleyball with instructor Dennis Mathis. This camp will enhance your current skills and cover all of the basic volleyball fundamentals with personalized instruction and hands on drills. Ages: At least 11 but less than 16 Instructor: Dennis Mathis Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $112.50. Non-resident: $122.50 9am to noon Course # 917 Mon, July 30 - Thu, August 2

8

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740


EncinitasParksandRec.com

2012 SUMMER CAMPS Baseball Camps

Youth Golf Clinics

Encinitas Baseball Camp

Clinic will cover full swing, chipping, pitching, driving and sand shots. Clinic develops etiquette and knowledge of the game. All levels of players welcome. Bring your own equipment; otherwise, balls and clubs will be provided. Ages: At least 6 but less than 13 Instructor: Doug Timmons, PGA Location: Encinitas Ranch Golf Course Fee: Resident: $172.50. Non-resident: $182.50 Course # 1060 (6 Week Session) Sat, July 7 - Sat, August 11 - ($137.50 / $147.50) 11am to noon Course # 1027 Mon, June 25 - Thu, June 28 3 to 6pm Course # 1031 Mon, July 9 - Thu, July 12 9am to noon Course # 1032 Mon, July 16 - Thu, July 19 9am to noon Course #1033 Mon, July 23 - Thu, July 26 3-6pm Course # 1035 Mon, July 30 - Thu, August 2 9am to noon Course # 1037 Mon, August 6 - Thu, August 9 9am to noon

Teen Golf Clinics

Clinic will cover full swing, chipping, pitching, driving and sand shots. Clinic develops etiquette and knowledge of the game. All levels of players welcome. Bring your own equipment; otherwise, balls and clubs will be provided. Ages: At least 13 but less than 18 Instructor: Doug Timmons, PGA Location: Encinitas Ranch Golf Course at Encinitas Ranch Golf Course Fee: Resident: $172.50. Non-resident: $182.50 3 to 6pm Course # 1059 Mon, July 9 - Thu, July 12

T INY T O T S

Golf Camps/Clinics

It’s going, going, gone, home run! You will be on your way to hitting home runs with our Encinitas Baseball Camp. This week-long camp will focus on individual and team fundamentals, mechanics, and teamwork in a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Coaches are current and former college baseball players. Ages: At least 7 but less than 15 Instructor: Joey Burke Location: Cardiff Sports Park Fee: Resident: $122.50. Non-resident: $132.50 9am to 2pm Course # 918 Mon, June 25 - Fri, June 29 Course # 919 Mon, July 9 - Fri, July 13 Course # 920 Mon, July 30 - Fri, August 3

Sports Special Interest Camps Coastal Dragons Rugby Camp

Looking to try a new sport? The Coastal Dragons would like to get you started playing rugby by spending your summer with USA team captain Matt Hawkins. Matt and his teammates from the USA Rugby team will teach your kids the sport of Rugby, proper techniques, and the art of the scrum. Register today! Ages: At least 8 but less than 18 Instructor: Matt Hawkins Fee: Resident: $157.50. Non-resident: $167.50. 9am to 1pm Location: Cardiff Sports Park Course # 976 Mon, July 9 - Fri, July 13 Course # 980 Mon, August 20 - Fri, August 24 Location: Leo Mullen Soccer Field at Leo Mullen Sports Park Course # 977 Mon, July 23 - Fri, July 27 Course # 979 Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10

Course # 1062 Mon, July 30 - Thu, August 2 Course # 1063 Mon, August 13 - Thu, August 16

EncinitasParksandRec.com

9


2012 SUMMER CAMPS QB’s and WR’s Skills Development Camp

La Costa Canyon CIF Champion and current collegiate QB at South Western Oklahoma State, Sebastian Frausto, and his qualified staff of current college football players are excited to pass on their knowledge and passion about the game to you. This camp will feature drills and techniques designed to teach the proper fundamentals of playing quarterback and wide receiver. Camp is designed for players of all abilities looking to improve their skill sets. Ages: At least 10 but less than 17 Instructor: City Staff Location: Leo Mullen Soccer Field at Leo Mullen Sports Park Fee: Resident: $102.50. Non-resident: $112.50 9am to noon Course # 935 Mon, June 25 - Fri, June 29 Course # 936 Mon, July 9 - Fri, July 13

Dance Camps Cheerleading, Baton and Tumbling Camp

This is a wonderful camp for every future cheerleading and baton twirler. We will learn the basics of cheerleading including jumps, arm motions, cheers, dances.Each participant will learn the exciting sport of baton twirling. Students will also work on basic tumbling skills, such as rolls, handstands and cartwheels, depending on students ability. Students will perform a short demo on the last day of class. Instructor: Flip Cheer Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $122.50. Non-resident: $132.50 Ages: At least 5 but less than 6 9:30am to 12:30pm Course # 1074 Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10 Ages: At least 7 but less than 14 1 to 4pm Course # 1075 Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10

E-Subscribe Today!

To subscribe to receive the quarterly Recreation Guide, visit www.EncinitasCA.gov/esubscribe. You can also have a variety of other City publications and alerts delivered straight to your inbox.

10

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

EncinitasParksandRec.com

Fairy Princess Dance Camp!

Princesses will participate in a daily ballet and creative movement class, followed by snack and dress-up play time. Camp culminates with a performance dance party and award ceremony. Ages: At least 3 but less than 7 Instructor: Sylvia Tillman Location: Community Center Fee: Resident $122.50. Non-resident $132.50 10am to noon Course # 1114 Mon, July 30 – Fri, August 3

Let’s Dance!

This is a wonderful camp is for children who want to move and groove many styles of dance. Campers will learn the basics of ballet, jazz, and even hip-hop! Everyday campers will also get to do fun and interactive crafts, try on real dance costumes, and learn choreography. At the end of the week students will do a performance to show how much they have learned! Ages: At least 3 but less than 8 Instructor: Anna Chappel Location: Activity Room 118 At Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident $127.50. Non-resident 137.50 9am to noon Course #1112 Mon, August 13 – Fri, August 17

Special Interest Camps Kids Act Camp!

Students will play theater games, paint their own scenery, adapt and perform a classic story for a special performance for families and friends at the end of the camp. Ages: At least 5 but less than 10 Instructor: Aleta Barthell Location: Banquet Hall at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $131.50. Non-resident: $141.50 1 to 3pm Course # 1108 Mon, July 30 - Fri, August 3

Playwriting Camp with Playwrights Project!

In this 5-day camp, participants will be guided through the process of taking an idea and turning it into a finished play that will be read aloud by professional actors on the last day of camp. Ages: at least 11 but less than 15 Instructor: Aleta Barthell Fee: $171.50/$181.50 Location: Community Center Banquet Hall 1 to 3pm Course #1113 Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10


EncinitasParksandRec.com

2012 SUMMER CAMPS Web Studio *NEW*

Course # 1071 Mon, August 13 - Thu, August 16

Course # 1072 Mon, July 30 - Thu, August 2

Video Game Design

Movie Makers

The gaming academy is an all-day course for students who love games. During this course students will be immersed into the world of 2D and 3D game design. The gaming academy is a combination of our Video Game Design, Advanced Game Design and 3D Game Design courses. The course offers student a variety of hands on experience designing and building their very own games. Ages: At least 10 but less than 18 Instructor: Kevin Suhr Location: Encinitas Library Computer Lab at Encinitas Library Fee: Resident: $297.50. Non-resident: $307.50 9:45am to 4:45pm

This course provides students with a fun interactive look at the world of video game design and development. Students enrolled in this camp will learn the basics of video game design and produce several different interactive video games to share with their friends and family. Ages: At least 10 but less than 18 Instructor: Kevin Suhr Location: Encinitas Library Computer Lab at Encinitas Library Fee: Resident: $172.50. Non-resident: $182.50 Course # 1069 Mon, July 30 - Thu, August 2 1 to 4pm Course # 1070 Mon, August 6 - Thu, August 9 9:45am to 12:45pm Course # 905 Mon, July 2 - Tue, July 3 9:45am to 4:45pm

3D Video Game Design

This class offers and interactive look at the world of 3D game design. This awesome 3D video game design course offers the chance for students to create and immerse themselves in a 3D world. If you are looking to design professional 3D games that both look and feel just like the ones you play at home, then you don’t want to miss this course. Ages: At least 10 but less than 18 Instructor: Kevin Suhr Location: Encinitas Library Computer Lab at Encinitas Library Fee: Resident: $172.50. Non-resident: $182.50 9:45am to 4:45pm

T INY T O T S

The Gaming Academy

This class is a combination of our animation and web design classes. In this class students will learn the basics of animation and digital design. Students will not only create fun interactive animations but will learn the basics of web design and how to publish their animations to share with the world.This course is perfect for students with a big imagination. Ages: At least 10 but less than 18 Instructor: Kevin Suhr Location: Encinitas Library Computer Lab at Encinitas Library Fee: Resident: $162.50. Non-resident: $172.50 9:45am to 12:45pm

This hands-on, interactive course will instruct students on the world of digital video design and production. Students will learn concepts that will help them become an effective director of digital video projects. Students enrolled in this course will learn how to create a wide range of movie productions even producing their very own music video. Ages: At least 10 but less than 18 Instructor: Kevin Suhr Location: Encinitas Library Computer Lab at Encinitas Library Fee: Resident: $152.50. Non-resident: $162.50 1:45 to 4:45pm Course # 1073 Mon, August 6 - Thu, August 9

Novel Camp

Make history come alive through the eyes of Laura Ingalls Wilder. This “novel” camp will read On the Banks of Plum Creek and do some of the chores that young pioneers did. We will cross stitch a basic sampler, churn cream into butter, and dip wax candles. Spend some of your summer learning through literature. Instructor, Tiffany Spencer is an elementary school teacher with a passion for hands on learning. Ages: At least 7 but less than 13 Instructor: Tiffany Spencer Location: Conference Room at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $131.50. Non-resident: $141.50 9am to noon Course # 1084 Mon, August 13 - Fri, August 17

Course # 906 Thu, July 5 - Fri, July 6

EncinitasParksandRec.com

11


2012 SUMMER CAMPS “My child had a wonderful experience discovering nature and learning about science when she attended two of the Mad Science Camps this summer.� -Anna Palmer, Mother Kids Music Camp!

This camp will be filled with musical games and activites that engage children in music making. Children will have a chance to play various instruments during direct instruction and improvisation time.There will be singing, dancing and instrument making, So strike up the band! Ages: At least 4 but less than 7 Instructor: Tiffany Spencer Location: Conference Room B 116 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $132.50. Non-resident: $142.50 9am to noon Course # 1076 Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10

Orient Express: Asian Art and Music

Take a trip to Asia this summer. This camp will focus on the art and music of East Asia. Campers will learn basic Chinese phrases and calligraphy. They will do fan painting, fish printing and make a kimono out of clay. They will play Japanese and Chinese music on native instruments and learn to ribbon and fan dance. They will read stories, learn the geography, and make and taste foods from the region. Ages: At least 6 but less than 12 Instructor: Tiffany Spencer Location: Conference Room B 116 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $131.50. Non-resident: $141.50 1 to 3pm Course # 1085 Mon, August 13 - Fri, August 17

Kids Cooking Camp!

Do you love to mess around in the kitchen? Come join other foodies and learn to bake an apple tart, fold wontons, and make tortillas from scratch. Little chefs will also have a chance to use kitchen tools and gadgets like a cherry pitter, strawberry huller, and apple corer. Cooking can be delicious and fun! A $20 materials fee will be collected the first day. Ages: At least 6 but less than 12 Instructor: Tiffany Spencer Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140A at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $131.50. Non-resident: $141.50 1 to 4pm Course # 1036 Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10

12

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

EncinitasParksandRec.com

Adventures in the Wild

Take a walk on the wild side with Mad Science as we explore animals, birds, bugs and beasts for an out of this world adventure! Explore the amazing ways animals adapt in the wilderness as you hunt down their tracks and make an animal track of your own. Let the adventure begin! Take home projects include a bug house, animal track, sundial, solar cooker and more! Ages: At least 5 but less than 11 Instructor: Mad Science Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $181.50. Non-resident: $191.50 1:30 to 4:30pm Course # 1080 Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 20

My First Lab (Pre-K)

Become a junior Mad Scientist! This camp is a great introduction to science. Preschoolers explore their sense of sight, sound, smell, taste and touch. Children use a magnifying glass to discover the world of creepy crawly creatures. Finally, take an exciting mission with Mad Science to explore the planets, moons and stars. Take home projects include a rainbow catcher, binoculars, bug box, T-Rex tooth model and more! Ages: At least 4 but less than 6 Instructor: Mad Science Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $181.50. Non-resident: $191.50 1:30 to 4:30pm Course # 1081 Mon, August 13 - Fri, August 17 Course # 1083 Mon, June 18 - Fri, June 22

Crazy Chem-Works Camp

Shake up a flask of fun in the lab and become a junior chemist! Learn to recognize chemical reactions and mix up a few reactive ingredients for some sensational results. Probe the properties of light and discover some unusual applications of glow-in-the-dark technology. Campers have a blast as they make some crazy concoctions. Take home projects include a reaction tube kit, atomic coins, thermocolor cup, and slippery slime. Ages: At least 5 but less than 11 Instructor: Mad Science Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $181.50. Non-resident: $191.50 1:30 to 4:30pm Course # 1082 Mon, July 9 - Fri, July 13


EncinitasParksandRec.com

2012 SUMMER CAMPS

Have your child become a Play-Well Engineer this summer! Build Cities, bridges and motorized cars, planes and explore the possibilities of engineering with LEGO system. With over 100,000 pieces of LEGO, your child will have opportunities they have only dreamed of with the support of an experienced LEGO Engineering instructor to guide them. For more information about Play-Well programs visit www.play-well.org. Ages: At least 5 but less than 7 Instructor: Play-Well TEKnologies Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $110.50. Non-resident: $120.50 9am to noon

Wonders! Science: Super Camp # 3

T INY T O T S

Pre-Engineering FUNdamentals

In Wonders! Camp 3, your child will make fantastic air rockets that will shoot over buildings, fire the ultimate candy cannon, concoct the best super slime on the planet, launch high-flying potatoes, construct a tornado in a bottle, experiment with the properties of dry ice and play with the fantastic Wonders! Ages: At least 5 but less than 14 Instructor: Josh Miller Location: Back - Stage at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $122.50. Non-resident: $132.50 1 to 4pm Course # 908 Mon, July 23 - Thu, July 26

Course # 1065 Mon, June 25 - Fri, June 29 Course # 1057 Mon, July 23 - Fri, July 27

Engineering FUNdamentals

Have your child become a Play-Well Engineer this summer! Students take on real-life engineering challenges the explore concepts in physics, architecture, mechanical and structural engineering with over 100,000 pieces of LEGO material. From racecars to balltletracks, this is a hands-on and minds-on camp suitable for LEGO novices to “maniacs.” For more information about Play-Well programs, visit www.play-well.org. Ages: At least 7 but less than 13 Instructor: Play-Well TEKnologies Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $110.50. Non-resident: $120.50 1 to 4pm Course # 1066 Mon, June 25 - Fri, June 29 Course # 1068 Mon, July 23 - Fri, July 27

Wonders! Science Camp 10 *NEW*

Join Wonders! Science in an unforgettable exploration of the furthest reaches of the universe! Build and launch a threefoot two-stage rocket that soars over 1,500 feet, collect real lava rocks, as well as experiment with dangerous chemicals found on numerous planets, crush items with nothing more than air — just like on Venus, eat astronaut food and much more! Your child won’t want to miss this astronomically fun science camp. Ages: At least 4 but less than 13 Instructor: Josh Miller Location: Back - Stage at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $122.50. Non-resident: $132.50 9am to noon

AT&T

Call on Us

Community & Senior Center / City Hall Encinitas Community & Senior Center Community Center (760) 943-2260 Senior Center (760) 943-2250 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive Encinitas, CA 92024 Fax: (760) 943-2262 (Community Center Fax) (760) 943-2252 (Senior Center Fax) Community Center Facility Rental Information (760) 943-2279

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

Pictures/videos taken during City of Encinitas programs and activities may be used for promotional purposes.

Course # 907 Tue, July 3 - Fri, July 6 (No class July 4) EncinitasParksandRec.com

13


Jazz & Tap I

t iny t o t s

Experienced instructor Anna Chappell teaches the contemporary art of dance and the joy of self-expression through music. In this class children will learn the basics of jazz and tap, while having fun to upbeat music. Ages: At least 3 but less than 6 Instructor: Anna Chappell Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $60.50. Non-resident: $70.50 2:30 to 3:30pm Course # 867 Tue, June 5 - Tue, June 26 Course # 868 Tue, July 10 - Tue, July 31

Magical Movement Tiny Tot Ballet

Tiny Tots Dance and Movement Ballet II

Experienced instructor Ann Chappell teaches the art of ballet and self-expression through music. In this class children will learn basic ballet technique while having fun with creative movements, and dancing to all their favorite children’s songs. Ages: At least 6 but less than 10 Instructor: Anna Chappel Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $60.50. Non-resident: $70.50 3:30 to 4:30pm Course # 853 Thu, June 7 - Thu, June 28 Course # 950 Thu, July 12 - Thu, August 2

Hip Hop I

Experienced instructor Anna Chappell teaches the art of dance and the joy of self expression. In this class children will learn rhythm, and the basics to all the latest moves, to fun and funky music. Ages: At least 3 but less than 6 Instructor: Anna Chappell Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $60.50. Non-resident: $70.50 3:30 to 4:30pm Course # 861 Tue, June 5 - Tue, June 26 Course # 862 Tue, July 10 - Tue, July 31

14

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

This creative dance class incorporates ballet basics, yoga animal stretches, creative improvisation, and dance game! Body recognition, coordination, balance and rhythm develop as kids enjoy music from around the world! Our session concludes with a dress-up dance party. Ages: At least 2 but less than 5 Instructor: Sylvia Tillman Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50 9:30 to 10:15am Course # 875 Wed, June 6 - Wed, July 18

Twinkle Stars Ballet / Tap Combo Class

Dancers will develop coordination, grace and flexibility as we learn the fundamentals of ballet and tap. Creative improvisation with streamers, bean bags, and pantomime add to the fun as we explore rhythms from around the world! Our session concludes with a dress up dance party! Ages: At least 3 but less than 7 Instructor: Sylvia Tillman Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50 3:45 to 4:30pm Course # 904 Wed, June 6 - Wed, July 18


Tiny Tots - Exploration Big Kids Music

Course # 857 Tue, June 19 - Tue, July 31

Creative Art for Kids

For kids, art is an important part of developing imagination and creativity. It is also an essential part of enhancing fine motor skills required for drawing and writing, but, most importantly, it’s FUN! Keep the mess out of your house and join us this summer! Dress for a mess. Includes closing circle time. Special sibling rate: additional $39. Parent participation required. Ages: At least 3 but less than 8 Instructor: Cathy Hall Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $81.50. Non-resident: $91.50 9:15 to 10:30am Course # 903 Thu, May 31 - Thu, July 12

Your child will meet new friends, play and learn at his/ her own developmental level while developing peer socialization skills with children of different ages. Introductory preschool activities include open play, circle time, snack time and a variety of movement activities. Parent participation is required. Ask about a sibling discount. Ages: At least 9mo but less than 4 Instructor: Laura Greer Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $71.50. Non-resident: $81.50 9:30 to 10:30am Course # 876 Mon, June 11 - Mon, July 23

Music Together

Come enjoy a fun, creative way to learn Spanish. Both children and adults will be engaged in this total immersion class through games, puppets, books and songs. Participants will receive a CD and copies of lyrics and their translations. Materials will be available for purchase in class. Ages: At least 6mo but less than 5 Instructor: Tiffany Spencer Location: Banquet Hall 142B at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $91.50. Non-resident: $101.50 Course # 879 Tue, June 19 - Tue, July 31 9 to 9:45am Course # 880 Tue, June 19 - Tue, July 31 10 to 10:45am Course # 881 Tue, June 19 - Tue, July 31 5 to 5:45pm

EncinitasParksandRec.com

15

T INY T O T S

Looking for music for the big kid? This class for 4-6 year olds will be full of song, dance and instrument play. Children will use both pitched and non-pitched percussion to actively participate in music-making. Concepts in rhythm and pitch will be introduced through musical games. Come with your child or let them try it on their own; either way, this will be a great class for the music lover. Ages: At least 4 but less than 7 Instructor: Tiffany Spencer Location: Conference Room B 116 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $91.50. Non-resident: $101.50 2 to 2:45pm

Many Friends Playtime!


t iny t o t s

Music with Spanish

Tiny Toddler Time/Mommy & Me

Course # 882 Tue, June 19 - Tue, July 31 11 to 11:45am

Course # 901 Wed, May 30 - Wed, July 18 (No class July 4)

Come enjoy a fun, creative way to learn Spanish. Both children and adults will be engaged in this total immersion class through games, puppets, books and songs. Participants will receive a CD and copies of lyrics and their translations. Ages: At least 6mo but less than 5 Instructor: Tiffany Spencer Location: Banquet Hall 142B at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $91.50. Non-resident: $101.50

Course # 883 Tue, June 19 - Tue, July 31 4 to 4:45pm

Musical Sing & Sign

Through music and activities we incorporate American Sign Language to engage all of the communication senses. This fun interaction will develop your baby’s conceptual skills, socializing skills and self-esteem while we all laugh and learn! Lessons based on Joseph Garcia. Parent participation required. Ages: At least 3 mo but less than 19 mo Instructor: Laura Greer Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $71.50. Non-resident: $81.50 11 to 11:45am Course # 884 Mon, June 11 - Mon, July 23

Spanish 2 Crafts and Cooking

Designed for the active language learner! Enjoy building vocabulary through hands-on projects: sewing, cooking, painting. Taught completely in Spanish. Children can ask for things in English, but the teacher only answers in Spanish using props, games, and songs to help children understand. Ages: At least 4 but less than 11 Instructor: Tiffany Spencer Location: Back - Stage at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $91.50. Non-resident: $101.50 3 to 3:45pm Course # 892 Tue, June 19 - Tue, July 31

16

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

Children will engage in peer socialization and enjoy creative play experiences in an age appropriate educational setting. Activities will include circle time, snack time, arts and crafts and open play. Parent participation required. Ages: At least 1 1/2 but less than 2yr 5mo Instructor: Cathy Hall Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $71.50. Non-resident: $81.50 9:15 to 10:15am

Toddler Time/Mommy & Me

A great opportunity to introduce your child to the classroom environment before beginning preschool in the coming years. The emphasis will be on peer socialization and most importantly, FUN, all with the comfort of Mom nearby. All activities will include circle time, snack time, arts and crafts and open play. Ages: At least 2 but less than 3yr 4mo Instructor: Cathy Hall Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $81.50. Non-resident: $91.50 Course # 902 Wed, May 30 - Wed, July 18 (No class July 4) 10:30 to 11:45am Course # 974 Fri, June 1 - Fri, July 13 10:30 to 11:45am


-Vera Fischer, Parent

Youth/Teen Dance and Movement Hip Hop II

Experienced instructor Anna Chappell teaches the contemporary art of Hip-Hop. In this class children will learn rhythm, all the latest moves and tricks, and dance to their favorite current and fun music. Ages: At least 6 but less than 10 Instructor: Anna Chappell Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $60.50. Non-resident: $70.50 4:30 to 5:30pm Course # 863 Tue, June 5 - Tue, June 26 Course # 864 Tue, July 10 - Tue, July 31

Hip Hop III

Experienced instructor Anna Chappell teaches the contemporary art of Hip-Hop. In this class kids and teens will learn all the latest moves and tricks to current and fun music. Ages: At least 10 but less than 14 Instructor: Anna Chappell Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $60.50. Non-resident: $70.50 5:30 to 6:30pm Course # 865 Thu, June 7 - Thu, June 28 Course # 866 Thu, July 12 - Thu, August 2

Jazz & Tap II

Experienced instructor Anna Chappell teaches the contemporary art of dance and the joy of self-expression through music. In this class children will learn technique in both jazz and tap, while having fun to upbeat music. Ages: At least 6 but less than 10 Instructor: Anna Chappell Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $60.50. Non-resident: $70.50 4:30 to 5:30pm Course # 869 Thu, June 7 - Thu, June 28 Course # 870 Thu, July 12 - Thu, August 2

Youth/Teen - Exploration Kids Act! Going on Stage!

Put your children’s imagination into action in Kids Act, where they create their own characters and plays. In the end, at a professional theater, students will perform their original plays, along with a short piece of Shakespearean verse, in front of scenery that they’ve created for family and friends. Instructor: Aleta Barthell Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Ages: At least 4 but less than 7 Fee: Resident: $156.50. Non-resident: $166.50 Course # 873 Wed, June 27 - Wed, August 22 4 to 4:45pm Ages: At least 7 but less than 12 Fee: Resident: $166.50. Non-resident: $176.50 Course # 874 Wed, June 27 - Wed, August 22 5 to 6pm

Kids Act! Stories in Performance

Imagine! Create! Perform! Whether your child is meant to be on stage, or needs a little more confidence speaking in front of their classmates, Kids Act can help motivate, inspire and enrich your child. Students are introduced to improvisational skills through theater games and help to adapt a classic children’s story for performance on the last day of class. Taught by Aleta Barthell. Instructor: Aleta Barthell Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Ages: At least 4 but less than 7 Fee: Resident: $86.50. Non-resident: $96.50 Course # 894 Thu, June 21 - Thu, July 26 4 to 4:45pm Ages: At least 7 but less than 12 Fee: Resident: $91.50. Non-resident: $101.50 Course # 895 Thu, June 21 - Thu, July 26 5 to 6pm

Youth/Teen - Special Interest Teen Acting WORKSHOP!

Channel your drama! Have an experienced, professional teaching artist guide you through the craft of acting. Students will learn improvisational skills, create their own characters and plays, and learn to confidently speak a short piece of Shakespearean verse. There will be a final performance at a professional theatre. Ages: At least 12 but less than 16 Instructor: Lettie de Anda Location: Banquet Hall 142A at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $166.50. Non-resident: $176.50 4 to 5pm Course # 1017 Mon, June 25 - Mon, August 20 EncinitasParksandRec.com

17

YoTut INYh T/ OTTESE N

“Kids Act has been so wonderful for my daughter. Not only has it been lots of fun for her, but it has also brought up her self-esteem and made her more confident…I highly recommend Kids Act to any parent looking for a fun and educational experience for their child.”


Yo ut h / T E E N

Babysitter Training

This Child and Babysitter Safety Training class will teach you how to recognize an emergency. Pediatric first aid, CPR, child and infant care skills will be taught. Ages: At least 11 but less than 15 Instructor: Lockhart Training Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $62.50. Non-resident: $72.50 9:30 am to 2pm Course # 991 Sat, July 7, 2012

Beginner Drums

This class is for beginning drummers with little or no playing experience. Instruction is conducted in a friendly, safe and informative environment. The main goal is to have fun while learning to play. Sessions include multiple drumming techniques, musicianship basics and essential rudiments. A drum set approach to playing is also utilized to develop fine motor skills, as well as a coordinated group sound. Class equipment is provided. Students will need drumsticks for their personal use. Ages: At least 8 but less than 15 Instructor: John Hall Location: Back - Stage at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $67.50. Non-resident: $77.50 9 to 10am Course # 994 Mon, July 16 - Mon, August 20

Intermediate drums

Drummers with one or more years of experience (or have completed beginner sessions). These classes are for drummers wanting to improve and bring their basic skills to a new level. Essential areas include musical concepts, practical warm ups to develop speed, endurance, dynamic and accent control. Students learn about practical beat displacements, even and odd time signatures, effective timekeeping, improvisation and music theory. Class equipment is provided. Students will need to bring their own drumsticks to class. Ages: At least 8 but less than 15 Instructor: John Hall Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $67.50. Non-resident: $77.50 9 to 10am Course # 996 Wed, July 18 - Wed, August 22

Check out the new and improved City website at:

www.EncinitasCA.gov

18

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

Youth/Teen - Fitness Karate

Shorin-Ryu Shorinkan Karate is a Traditional Okinawan system of unarmed combat / self-defense which can be traced back over 1000 years.This class is open to beginners through white belt with brown stripe. Basic hand techniques, punches, blocks, and kicks will be explored. Students promoted to higher rank at instructor’s discretion. Curriculum followed. Class is progressive. A Black Belt can be earned through Julio, Sensei by meeting set requirements. Instructor: Julio Miranda Location: Meeting Room 120A at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $72.50. Non-resident: $82.50 Ages: 5-8 Mondays and Wednesdays 6 to 6:45pm Course # 872 Mon, June 4 - Wed, July 25 Course # 973 Mon, July 30 - Wed, September 5 Ages: 9-12 Mondays and Wednesdays 6 to 6:45pm Course # 998 Mon, June 4 - Wed, July 25 Course # 999 Mon, July 30 - Wed, September 5

Teen - Trips Trips are for Encinitas teen residents and SDUHSD students. Trips are supervised, alcohol and drug-free. Teens are on their own once inside the park and must stay with a buddy, group of friends or may accompany the City of Encinitas staff. All participants must ride to and from trip site on the City of Encinitas chartered bus. Trip fees include park admission and transportation.

Magic Mountain Ages: 7th through 12th grade students Location: Pick-up and drop-off at Community Center parking lot Fee: Resident: $62.50. Non-resident: $72.50 Wed, July 11, 2012 8am to 10pm Course # 1003

Universal Studios Trip Ages: 7th through 12th grade students Location: Pick-up and drop-off at Community Center parking lot Fee: Resident: $72.50. Non-resident: $82.50 Wed, August 15, 2012 8am to 10pm Course # 1002


Adults - Dance and Movement Ballroom Latin Cha-Cha

Course # 1064 Mon, June 18 - Mon, July 30

Belly Dance - Beginning

Wake up Saturday morning to this sensuous ancient dance form! Class includes an introduction to isolations, circulations, shimmies, hand gestures, snake arms, Turkish & Egyptian travel steps. Find yourself behind the veil and get your rhythm with finger cymbals (zills).Veils, zills, and sashes from Egypt available. Instructor: Nicki Vaccar Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center 12:30 to 1:30pm Course # 855 Fee: Resident: $58.50. Non-resident: $68.50 Sat, June 2 - Sat, July 14 Course # 952 Fee: Resident: $52.50. Non-resident: $62.50 Sat, July 21 - Sat, August 25

Belly Dance - Beginning / Intermediate

Open up your senses to this ancient exotic art form. Nicki, who has studied and performed in Egypt, brings her technique of isolations, undulations and shimmies to you with a queen’s posture of the Nile. Learn dance combinations for dances of Middle Eastern Oriental style. Veils, zills, sashes and costumes from Egypt available. Registration per teacher’s discretion. Ages: 15 and up Instructor: Nicki Vaccar Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center 1:30 to 2:30pm

Be the *Star* and learn to Ballroom dance just like the stars on T.V. You can bring a partner, or come alone and meet one in class. Learn all of the dances from the hit T.V. show and then go out and preform like a star at a variety of local Encinitas events! Have fun, get fit and be a star! Ages: 18 and up Instructor: Eliana Drew Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $71.50. Non-resident: $81.50 7 to 8pm Course # 1078 Fri, June 22 - Fri, August 3

Salsa Level I

Our Salsa Level I class will teach you foundational concepts and patterns of Salsa dancing, along with proper lead and follow technique, timing, and spin technique. Learn to dance with feeling, love what you are doing, and have a great time. Dancing is you — expressed! Instructor: Jemadean Dobrosielski Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $71.50. Non-resident: $81.50 7:45 to 8:45pm Course # 886 Tue, June 19 - Tue, July 31 Course # 887 Thu, June 21 - Thu, August 2

Salsa Level II

Our Salsa Level II class is for those who have learned the foundational concepts and are now ready to start linking patterns together & learning basic shines (freestyle footwork) and styling, as well as improve their lead and follow & spin technique. Ages: 15 and up Instructor: Jemadean Dobrosielski Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $71.50. Non-resident: $81.50 8:45 to 9:45pm Course # 888 Tue, June 19 - Tue, July 31 Course # 889 Thu, June 21 - Thu, August 2

Course # 856 Fee: Resident: $66.50. Non-resident: $76.50 Sat, June 2 - Sat, July 14

E-Subscribe Today!

Course # 953 Fee: Resident: $57.50. Non-resident: $67.50 Sat, July 21 - Sat, August 25

You can also have a variety of other City publications and alerts delivered straight to your inbox.

To subscribe to receive the quarterly Recreation Guide, visit www.EncinitasCA.gov/esubscribe.

EncinitasParksandRec.com

19

Ad ult s

Come and learn the Latin Box Cha-Cha in a fun, relaxed atomsphere. Join the class with or without a partner. Ballroom dancing is not only fun, it is good for your health, keeping you mentally and physically fit — Cha, Cha, Cha! Ages: 14 and up Instructor: Sandy Schroeder Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $72.50. Non-resident: $82.50 7:15 to 8:15pm

Dancing with the Stars


ad ult s

Salsa Level III

Pilates Mat Class

Course # 889 Wed, June 20 - Wed, August 8

Course # 989 Mon, June 18 - Mon, July 30 - ($72.50 / $82.50) 6 to 7pm

Our Salsa Level III class will teach you more advanced concepts and patterns of Salsa dancing including momentum moves, multiple spins (the Spin Technique class is highly recommended!), consistent styling, and more advanced shines (freestyle footwork). Learn to dance with feeling, and have a great time! Dancing is you — expressed! Ages: 15 and up Instructor: Jemadean Dobrosielski Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $71.50. Non-resident: $81.50 8:15 to 9:15pm

Course # 891 Wed, June 20 - Wed, August 8

Tired of the gym and want more personal attention? Join our Pilates mat class. Pilates exercises focus on conditioning the whole body, strengthening your core and spinal muscles. Build a body that is strong, supple and toned, while improving posture, flexibility and reducing stress. Our Pilates mat class will accommodate anyone with or without previous Pilates experience. Ages: 14 and up Location: Banquet Hall 142A at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $62.50. Non-resident: $72.50

Course # 1004 Thu, June 21 - Thu, July 26 6 to 7pm

Adults - Fitness

Course # 1005 Thu, June 21 - Thu, July 26 7:15 to 8:15pm

Fun Sway

Zumba Fitness

Class is designed for those who love to “Dance to the music,” its high energy, with low impact movements creating an aerobic workout that’s fun for ages 35-and up. Join Charla and move and groove to the original sounds of Motown, Disco, Rock and Sweet Soul. A class to encourage inspire and motivate. Charla is certified in NIA, Zumba Gold, and has a background in the dance arts. Her passion for dancing to the music makes for a wonderful workout filled with Heart and Soul. Ages: 35 and up Instructor: Charla Thomas Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50 5:30 to 6:30pm Course # 860 Wed, May 16 - Wed, July 25 Course # 966 Mon, July 30 - Wed, August 29

Jazzercise

Burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerfully effective 60-minute total body workout. Every Jazzercise group fitness class combines dance-based cardio with strength training and stretching to sculpt, tone and lengthen muscles for maximum fat burn. Choreographed to today’s hottest music, Jazzercise is a fusion of jazz dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, and kickboxing. Start dancing yourself fit and change the shape of your body today! Monday - Thursday; 6 – 7:15 pm Saturdays; 8:30-10:45 am $43 unlimited classes per month paid directly to Jazzercise at class

20

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

Zumba is one of the fastest growing dance based fitness crazes in the country and with good reason. Zumba has put the fun back into fitness while giving you the weight loss and body toning results you’re looking for. With its party atmosphere and easy-tofollow dance moves, you’ll enjoy Latin rhythms such as Merengue, Salsa, Cumbia, Reggaeton, Belly Dance and Hip Hop. Come join the party! Drop-ins welcome! All registrations will be handled by Zumba at the class. Ages: 18 and up Instructor: Jan Saddington – Tu, 6:30 to 7:30pm Instructor: Diane Yuskin – Thurs 6:30 to 7:30pm Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center

Adults - Special Interest Acting Workshop for Adults

Bring out the best actor inside of you. Whether you’ve had previous acting experience or always wanted to try it this course is for you. Learn versatile, core acting techniques in a fun and comfortable atmosphere in this workshop. All levels are welcome. Ages: 18 and up Instructor: Aleta Barthell Location: Stage at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $91.00. Non-resident: $101.00 2 to 4pm Course # 852 Sun, June 3 - Sun, July 8 Course # 951 Sun, July 22 - Sun, August 26


Multi-Age - Dance and Movement Come learn the beautiful art of Middle Eastern Belly Dance. We’ll learn to shimmy and hip drop while experiencing an array of Far East rhythms. Advanced dancers will be challenged by layering movements and identifying music. Class is co-taught by Georgia and Sabrina. Find out more about them at www.georgiamichelle.com. Ages: 14 and up Instructor: Georgia Michelle Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $72.50. Non-resident: $82.50 7:30 to 8:30pm Course # 878 Mon, July 16 - Mon, August 20

Teen/Adult Ballet I

Improve balance, flexibility, alignment and coordination in a relaxed atmosphere. Class includes terminology, warm up, center and across the floor movements. Suitable for those with little or no dance background. Pink tights, slippers and black leotards preferred after the first class meeting. Ages: 14 and up Instructor: Marti Neal Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $62.50. Non-resident: $72.50 6:35 to 7:35pm

Intermediate level class including terminology, full barre and center, pirouettes, adagio and grand allegro movements taught in a relaxed atmosphere. Optional pointe/performing opportunities with instructor permission. Pink tights, slippers and black leotards preferred after the first class meeting. Ages: 14 and up Instructor: Marti Neal Location: Activity Room 118 at Encinitas Community Center Course # 898 Fee: Resident: $74.50. Non-resident: $84.50 Mon, June 25 - Mon, July 30 7:30 to 8:45pm Course # 899 Fee: Resident: $50.50. Non-resident: $60.50 Wed, June 27 - Wed, July 25 7:30 to 8:45pm Course # 900 Fee: Resident: $74.50. Non-resident: $84.50 Sat, June 23 - Sat, July 28 8:45 to 10am

Course #897 Mon, June 25 - Mon, July 30

EncinitasParksandRec.com

21

Mult i-age

Multi-level Belly Dance

Teen/Adult Ballet II


Multi-Age - Fitness Mult i-age

Karate, Ages 13 – Adult

Traditional Okinawan Shorin-Ryu Shorinkan Karate is a system of unarmed combat/self-defense which can be traced back over 1000 years. Class will provide students with a tradition of principles. This class is for continuing students; however, beginners welcomed. Intermediate / Purple belts through Advance / Brown belts only. Contact Julio Sensei prior to enrollment, if new to class. Intermediate through advance techniques explored. Students promoted to higher rank at instructor’s discretion. Curriculum followed. Class is progressive. A Black Belt can be earned through Julio, Sensei by meeting set requirements. Ages: 13 and up Instructor: Julio Miranda Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50 7:30 to 8:15pm

“My child and I learned great technique, self-discipline and bonded more as we both attended Karate classes at the Community Center.” -Paul Davis, Parent

Course # 1000 Mon, June 4 - Wed, July 25 Course # 1001 Mon, July 30 - Wed, September 5

Multi-Age - Drop-In Car Seat Checks

Rural Metro Ambulance conducts FREE Car Seat Checks one Monday each month from 10:30 AM – 12:30 PM in the Community Center Parking Lot. No appointment necessary. Location: Upper Parking Lot at Encinitas Community Center June 4, July 9, August 6

Friday Night Social

Bring your favorite CDs and dance the night away to your favorite tunes! Come join the fun! This program is for adults with Developmental Disabilities and meets on the second Friday of each month. Call program supervisor at (760) 943-2261 for more information. Ages: 18 and up June 8, July 13, August 10 6 to 9pm

E-Subscribe Today!

To subscribe to receive the quarterly Recreation Guide, visit www.EncinitasCA.gov/esubscribe. You can also have a variety of other City publications and alerts delivered straight to your inbox.

22

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

Open Gym

We offer Open Gym hours daily for youth, teens and adults. Activities include: basketball, volleyball, badminton and more. Open Gym is offered FREE on a drop-in basis. Bring an I.D. card to check out any of our gym equipment or bring your own. Pick up your Gym Schedule at the Encinitas Community Center front counter or online at www.EncinitasParksandRec.com Call (760) 943-2260 for more information.

Family Fun Sundays

A fun time for families to play together in the Encinitas Community Center, 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive. Drop by and enjoy FREE activities such as crafts, games, and tournaments. All activities are offered on a drop-in basis and do not require pre-registration. Please call (760) 633-2759 for additional information.


Sports - Basketball Women’s Basketball League

Course # 939 Mon, June 4 - Mon, August 20

Men’s Basketball League

Come join the best men’s adult basketball league in North County. Games are full court with two professional officials a score keeper and timer. League games consist of 5 on 5 action, featuring 2 twenty minute periods with most local CIF rules prevailing. Teams may carry up to 12 players. Only team registrations are accepted. Team managers are required to attend a mandatory team mangers meeting prior to the season. A prize is awarded to the league Champion. Games are played on Wednesday nights with game times ranging from 6pm-9pm weekly. Email jheller@ encinitasca.gov to get your registration packet or for more information. Competitive Division Ages: 18 and up Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $352.50. Non-resident: $402.50 Games between 6 and 10pm Wed, June 13 - Wed, September 12 Course # 940 Intermediate Division Ages: 18 and up Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $352.50. Non-resident: $402.50 Games between 6 and 10pm Wed, June 13 - Wed, September 12 Course # 941

The best place to play lunch time hoops in North County is the Encinitas Community Center. Games are full court, 5 on 5 action. Space is limited to guarantee that you’ll be playing games when you get here. Games are fast paced and played to enhance your cardio workout. Ages: 18 and up Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $12.50. Non-resident: $22.50 Noon to 1pm Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays Course # 938 Mon, July 2 - Fri, September 28

Women’s Basketball Lunch League

Calling all female basketball players. The Encinitas Women’s lunch league is for players of all abilities. The lunch league meets Tuesday and Friday mornings. Come get your game on at the Community Center. Games are full court action five on five play Ages: 18 and up Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $12.50. Non-resident: $22.50 7:30 to 8:30am Tuesdays and Fridays Course # 937 Tue, July 3 - Fri, September 28

Youth Basketball League

Encinitas Youth Basketball leagues are designed for players of all abilities. The summer season will consist of six games plus a single elimination play-off round for teams that qualify. We utilize a skills assessment and draft system to ensure fair and balanced teams. No teammate or specific coach requests are taken. Players will receive a team jersey, participant medal and guaranteed playing time. Teams will practice once a week with games on Saturdays. Volunteer coaches are need for the success of this program. If interested in coaching or for more information please call: (760) 943-2269. Registration deadline is June 14, 2012. Leagues do fill up, so please do not wait register today! Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50 Sat, June 16 - Sat, August 11 Division A (Skills assessment Jun 16; 3 to 4pm) Age: 12 - 13yrs.; Course #945 Division B (Skills assessment Jun 16; 1 to 2:30pm) Age: 10 - 11yrs.; Course #944 Division C (Skills assessment Jun 16; 10am to noon) Age: 8 - 9yrs.; Course #943 Division D (Skills assessment Jun 16; 8 to 9:30am) Age: 6 - 7yrs.; Course #942

EncinitasParksandRec.com

23

Spo r t s

The Women’s Basketball League is for players of all abilities. Games are played on Monday nights, beginning at 6:30 PM. Individuals are welcome. Players are drafted and then placed on teams. Please call (760) 943-2269 for more information. Ages: 18 and up Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $277.50. Non-resident: $302.50 Games between 6:30 and 9:30pm

Men’s Basketball Lunch League


Sports - Golf Golf Clinic - Ladies

Spo r t s

Clinic will cover full swing, chipping, pitching, driving and sand shots. Clinic develops etiquette and knowledge of the game. All levels of players welcome. Bring your own equipment; otherwise, balls and clubs will be provided. Ages: 18 and up Instructor: Doug Timmons, PGA Location: Encinitas Ranch Golf Course Fee: Resident: $162.50. Non-resident: $172.50 Course # 1061 Sat, July 14 - Sat, August 11 10 - 11am

Sports - Softball Restaurant Softball

Summer is here and that means it’s time for the annual Restaurant Softball League. The league has been an Encinitas tradition for many years. Managers, get your co-workers together and see who is the best restaurant in San Diego County. The league is only open to restaurants. For more information please call (760) 633-2740. Ages: 18 and up Location: Cardiff Sports Park Fee: $402.50 18 Week Session Tue, June 5 - Tue, October 2 Course # 992 9am to 1pm

Youth Basketball League Pee Wee Division

Pee Wee Basketball is designed for the up-and-coming young hoopsters. The Pee Wee Division is for 4 - 5 year olds who are developing their skills. Games are played at a rim height of 8 feet, allowing our little superstars to score more baskets and have more fun doing it. Score and records are not kept in this division, as everyone who participates is a winner. Teams will practice 25 minutes prior to their games on Saturdays. Games will be played on Saturday mornings. Each participant will receive a jersey, guaranteed playing time and a participant medal. Teammate and specific coach requests are taken in Pee Wee division. Volunteer Head Coaches are needed. Call (760) 943-2269 for more details. Ages: At least 4 but less than 6 Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $82.50. Non-resident: $92.50 Course # 946 Sat, June 30 - Sat, August 4

24

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

Senior Women’s Softball Tournament

The Senior Women’s Softball Tournament is a soft 50+ tournament that attracts teams from all across the country. The tournament is always a laid back environment and a break from the usual competitive tournaments. Register today to beat the heat and participate in a great tournament. Divisions; 50+, 55/60+. For more information please call (760) 633-2740. Ages: Any Location: Cardiff Sports Park Fee: $352.50 2 Week Session Sat, July 21 - Sun, July 22 Course # 995 9am to 9pm


“Encinitas Parks and Rec has the very best adult leagues in town. From softball to adult basketball leagues, they are all top notch.”

Softball

Summer is here, the weather is awesome, so it’s time to get out and play. Get your friends and co-workers together and register a team for the upcoming season of Adult Softball. Softball is a great way to get in shape while participating in a fun team building activity. Games are played at Cardiff Sports Park on the beautiful softball fields. For more info please call (760) 633-2740. Adult Coed Ages: 18 and up Location: Cardiff Field 2 at Cardiff Sports Park Fee: Resident: $482.50. Non-resident: $507.50 Course # 981 Mon, August 6 - Mon, December 3 Course # 982 Tue, August 7 - Tue, December 4 Course # 983 Thu, August 9 - Thu, December 6 Men’s Ages: 18 and up Location: Field 2 at Cardiff Sports Park Fee: Resident: $482.50. Non-resident: $507.50

Youth Indoor Volleyball Clinic

Bum, Set, SPIKE!! Encinitas Teen Volleyball Clinic is for teenagers of all ages and abilities. This instructional clinic will feature a combination of drills and scrimmages designed to enhance your skills and knowledge of the game. Our Teen Volleyball course is taught by instructor, Dennis Mathis who has developed a great system to develop your fundamental skills. Ages: At least 10 but less than 18 Instructor: Dennis Mathis Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $60.00. Non-resident: $70.00 4:30 to 6pm Course # 927 Tue, June 5 - Tue, July 24 4:30 to 6pm

Adult Indoor Volleyball

Adult Co-ed Volleyball is for individuals of all ages and abilities. The class will consist of games, along with short instructional periods. This class is led and instructed by Dennis Mathis and his qualified coaching staff. Ages: 18 and up Instructor: Dennis Mathis Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $60.00. Non-resident: $70.00 6:30 to 9:30 Course # 928 Tue, July 10 - Tue, August 28

Course # 984 Wed, August 8 - Wed, December 5 Course # 985 Fri, August 10 - Fri, December 7

Sports - Special Interest Adult Coed Kickball

Are you wanting to play sports but don’t want the ultra-competitive activities? Sign up a team now for Summer/Fall Adult Kickball. Adult Kickball is the same great game you played as a kid, but now you have the athletic ability of an adult. Get your friends and coworkers together and register a team today. For more information please call (760) 633-2740. Ages: 18 and up Location: Cardiff Sports Park Fee: Resident: $352.50. Non-resident: $377.50 Course # 993 Mon, August 13 - Mon, December 10

EncinitasParksandRec.com

25

Spo r t s

-Craig McFarland, Participant

Sports - Volleyball


Sports - Surf This class is for individuals that wants to learn more about the ocean and riding its waves in a very fun and safe environment. We teach students about the many variables of the constantly changing ocean conditions. Much of the teaching emphasis will be on how to approach waves, techniques to bodysurfing and techniques for bodyboarding. Ages: At least 5 but less than 19 Instructor: Dawn Patrol Surf Location: Moonlight Beach at Moonlight Beach Fee: Resident: $152.50. Non-resident: $162.50 10am to noon

The Southern California coastline has so many good waves and diverse surf breaks, we created a class that is all about exploring, finding and surfing those amazing waves. One Saturday each month, we will take a day trip to a different surf spot within a 1 – 2 hour distance. We will decide where we are going on the Friday before, based on the overall surfing conditions, such as winds, tides, swell directions and wave forecast. This unique surfing experience is offered only to the intermediate or advanced level surfer. Ages: 13 and up Instructor: Brent Stephens Location: Moonlight Beach at Moonlight Beach Fee: Resident: $152.50. Non-resident: $162.50 5am to 6pm

Course # 1018 Tue, June 5 - Tue, June 26

Course # 1022 Sat, June 16, 2012

Course # 1019 Tue, July 3 - Tue, July 24

Course # 1023 Sat, July 14, 2012

Course # 1020 Tue, August 7 - Tue, August 28

Course # 1024 Sat, August 11, 2012

Private Surf Lessons

Surf- Step Up

Introduction to Bodyboarding

Spo r t s

Surf- Day Trip

If you are a beginner surfer, or you are looking to develop your surfing skills, our private surf instruction could be the right class for you. We offer one-on-one private instruction or small group private lessons, with three students per instructor. Our private lessons are custom designed for individuals, families or any type of group. Fees are based on number of hours and participants. To schedule a lesson call (760) 633-2758, Mon – Thurs or (760) 519-3739 Fri – Sun.

Surf - Birthday Party

Learn to surf or improve your surfing skills with friends and family on your next birthday. Two hours of professional instruction, customized to the skill level of each participant and beach set up is included. Fees are per person. Additional services are available on request. Party is three hours in length and offered at any time of the day. Call (760) 633-2758 for more information.

Step up is an advanced surf training program designed to help students work on their competitive skills and strategies while increasing their overall performance and endurance. Our staff is made up entirely of local professional and amateur surfers along with photographers and a nutritionist. Our emphasis is to maximize each individual’s talents through proper training, physical and mental strength, proper nutrition, photo and video analysis and proper boards for size and skill level. We shoot both photos and video during each session for daily analysis, and we have more than 50 short-boards available to ride during training. Ages: At least 10 but less than 18 Instructor: Brent Stephens Location: Location unspecified Fee: Resident: $252.50. Non-resident: $262.50 8am to 1pm Course # 1104 Mon, June 25 - Thu, June 28 Course # 1105 Mon, June 25 - Fri, June 29 Course # 1106 Mon, July 16 - Fri, July 20 Course # 1107 Mon, August 6 - Fri, August 10

26

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740


EncinitasParksandRec.com

T INY T O T S

Adults 50+ Arts & Crafts • Computers • Dance • Fitness • Games Music Appreciation • Nutrition • Outreach Services Special Interest • Transportation

All Senior Center programs are offered for those 50 years of age and up, unless otherwise noted. Classes are subject to change and may be cancelled if minimum participation is not met. Fee-based classes for the session require payment in full at the time of enrollment. You may register online, by mail or in person. Senior Center Phone Numbers Front Counter: (760) 943-2250 Lunch Reservations: (760) 943-2258 Out and About Transportation: (760) 943-2256

Senior Center Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM Closed July 4

EncinitasParksandRec.com

27


Ad ult s 50+

Adults Age 50+ Arts and Crafts Sittin’ and Knittin’

Knitters of all skill levels are invited to bring their yarn/needles and work on projects with others who share their interest. No fee. Ongoing throughout the year. 4th Tuesday of every month. Volunteer Facilitator: Valerie Divita Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 805; Tue, June 26, July 24, August 28 10:00am to 12:00pm

Adults Age 50+ Computers Basic Computer and Beyond

This 4-week course will help you get started in using a computer and then build upon those new basic skills. Course content will include hardware basics, mouse control, keyboard fundamentals, internet access, Email and word processing including creating, managing and accessing documents, files and folders and how to use editing features (select, copy, paste, move and delete). The course will conclude with how to use Internet search engines and how to avoid online identity theft. Instructor: Ralph Selle Location: Computer Lab at Encinitas Senior Center Course # 752; Mon, August 6 - Mon, August 27; 1:00 to 3:00pm Fee: Resident: $60.00. Non-resident: $63.00

Buying and Selling on eBay and Craigslist

This 2-week course will teach you how to buy and sell goods on two of the most popular web sites on the World Wide Web. The course content will include the differences between the two sites, the major features relating to visiting these sites and the safety measures you should be aware of in using these sites. Instructor: Ralph Selle Location: Computer Lab at Encinitas Senior Center Course # 758; Mon, June 18 and Mon, June 25; 1:00 to 3:00pm Fee: Resident: $30.00. Non-resident: $33.00

28

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

Digital Photo Workshop I & II

This 2 week course will teach you how to transfer your digital pictures to your computer, create folders and albums, enhance and crop your photos, create a slideshow, save your photos to a CD or flash drive, make movies and videos with special effects, and add titles and music to your home-made movies. Please bring your camera and USB cable to the workshop. Instructor: Ralph Selle Location: Computer Lab at Encinitas Senior Center Course # 766; Mon, July 23 and Mon, July 30; 1:00 to 3:00pm Fee: Resident: $30.00. Non-resident: $33.00

Get Connected to the Internet World

This 2-week course will tell you how to use Search Engines like Google, Yahoo and Microsoft Bing to help you save money, help you save time, help you search and find things, help you shop online and connect you to many great websites. Instructor: Ralph Selle Location: Computer Lab at Encinitas Senior Center Course # 947; Mon, July 9 and Mon, July 16 Fee: Resident: $30.00. Non-resident: $33.00

Computer Tutoring

Volunteers will aid you with a working knowledge of computer applications such as computer start up/ shut down, email attachments, word processing, spreadsheets and Internet Services. Tutors will also teach you how to register for classes online. You can work with Microsoft Word, Excel and Windows programs. This is offered on a first come, first served basis. This program is ongoing throughout the year. Location: Computer Lab at Encinitas Senior Center Fee: Free Tue, June 5 - Tue, August 28 10:00 to 11:30am Tutor: Judy Gura Wed, June 6 - Wed, August 29 9:30 to 11:30am Tutor: Tony Tausig Wed, June 6 - Wed, August 29 1:00 to 3:00pm Tutor: Mark Prince Thu, June 7 - Thu, August 30 (No tutor July 5 and July12) 1:00 to 3:00pm Tutor: Tom Tindel Fri, June 1 - Fri, August 24 (No tutor July 3) 1:00 to 3:00pm Tutor: Jugesh “Jay” Saxena


“Hula dancing is fun. It is good to learn about other cultural dances!”

Open Computer Lab

The Senior Computer Lab offers 14 Dell Internetaccessible computers with software applications, one printer, and a scanner. Use of the computers and software is free and available when computer classes are not in session. Location: Computer Lab at Encinitas Senior Center M; 8:00am to 12:00pm Tu, W, Th, F, 8am to 3:45 pm Fee: Free Fri, June 1- Fri, August 31

Adults Age 50+ Dance and Movement Social Dance

It is time to strike up the band and dance to the classic melodies of yesteryear! Couples and singles are welcome. Singles can look forward to “mixers” and “waterfalls”. Light refreshments are provided during intermission. There is a free raffle drawing at every dance. Admission is $5, payable at the door. 3rd Friday of every month Fri: 2:00 to 4:00pm Fri, June 15 – The Pier Group Fri, July 20 – The Cradit Union Fri, August 17 – The Billy Harper Band

Ballroom Dance

Come dance with or without a partner. Ballroom Dancing is fun and good for your health. It will improve your posture, coordination, balance, timing and concentration. You will learn the basic steps, how to lead and how to follow. This is a beginner/intermediate class. (No classes in August) Cha Cha Instructor: Sandy Schroeder Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 749; Wed, June 6 - Wed, June 27; 1:30 to 2:30pm

Have fun with exercise while learning cultural dances from the Polynesian Islands of Hawaii and Tahiti. Hula instruction includes using implements such as feathered gourds and graceful fingers to tell stories. Tahitian dance instruction includes using iis while performing figure eights with your hips and much more. (No classes in August) Instructor: Kailani Andreotti Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Course # 775; Thu, June 7 - Thu, June 28 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course #776; Thu, July 5 - Thu, July 26 Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Line Dancing

Form lines and dance to popular music while doing vines, jazz boxes and shuffles, etc. No partner required. Monthly registration required. FREE class on the 5th Monday and Friday of the month with monthly registration. Instructor: Lois Spaulding Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Beginning Level 1-Monday, 9:00 to 10:00am Course # 781; Mon, June 4 - Mon, June 25 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course # 967; Mon, July 2 - Mon, July 30 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course # 968; Mon, August 6 - Mon, August 27 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Beginning Level 2- Friday, 9:00 to 10:00am Course # 782; Fri, June 1 - Fri, June 29 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course # 969; Fri, July 6 - Fri, July 27 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course # 970; Fri, August 3 - Fri, August 31 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Intermediate-Friday, 10:15 to 11:15am Course # 783; Fri, June 1 - Fri, June 29 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course # 971; Fri, July 6 - Fri, July 27 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course # 972; Fri, August 3 - Fri, August 31 Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00

Tango Instructor Sandy Schroeder Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course # 751; Wed, July 11 - Wed, July 25 (No class July 4) 1:30 to 2:30pm

EncinitasParksandRec.com

29

Ad ult s 50+

-Kailani Andreotti, Hula and Tahitian Dance Instructor

Hula and Tahitian Dance – Intermediate


Ad ult s 50+

Tap Dance - Level 2

Enjoy the benefits of exercising while tapping to different types of music. Explore a variety of step combinations and techniques. Class is ongoing throughout the year. (No Classes in July) Instructor: Yvonne Jessen-Romano Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Course # 820; Tue, June 5 - Tue, June 26, 10:00 to 11:00am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 822; Tue, August 7 - Tue, August 28, 10:00 to 11:00am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Adults Age 50+ - Fitness Exercise with Carl

Participate in synchronized fitness, stretching, strengthening, balance and coordination exercises. Exercise to music and build strength using elastic stretch bands. All fitness levels welcome (exercises may be performed while seated). Instructor: Carl Grubbs Course # 769; Mon, June 4 - Mon, June 25, 10:15 to 11:15am Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course # 911; Mon, July 2 - Mon, July 30, 10:15 to 11:15am (No class July 16) Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00 Course # 912; Mon, August 6 - Mon, August 27, 10:15 to 11:15am Fee: Resident: $13.00. Non-resident: $16.00

Fun Sway

This class is deigned for those who love to “dance to the music.” Low impact movements with original upbeat songs from the 40s, 50s, and 60s give cardio workout that’s “fun with fitness” for all active adult ages and dance ability. Instructor: Charla Thomas Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Course # 770; Thu, June 7 - Thu, June 28, 10:00 to 11:00am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 771; Thu, July 5 - Thu, July 26, 10:00 to 11:00am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 772; Thu, August 2 - Thu, August 23, 10:00 to 11:00am (No class August 30) Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Pickleball

Pickleball is easier than tennis, more fun than badminton and a little slower paced that ping pong. It is a social sport without being physically demanding. All basics and rules of the game are taught, as well as advanced techniques. Equipment is furnished by instructor. Instructor: Pat Carroll Location: Gymnasium at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 789; Fri, June 8 - Fri, August 31 (No play June 1) 2:30 to 4:00pm

30

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

Pilates Mat Class

Pilates is the perfect method of body conditioning. Pilates exercises focus on conditioning the whole body and strengthening the core and spinal muscles. Build a strong, supple, and toned body. Improve posture and flexibility while reducing stress. Class instruction will be modified to fit your physical abilities. Please wear comfortable clothing. (No classes in August) Instructor Sandy Schroeder Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Course # 791; Wed, June 6 - Wed, June 27, 12:15 to 1:15pm Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 792; Wed, July 11 - Wed, July 25, 12:15 to 1:15pm (No class July 4) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00

Qi Gong

Qi Gong is an ancient system developed in Asia for overall fitness and health. Participants will engage in simple, fluid motions that include standing, movement and sitting. Instructor: Andrew Jones Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Course # 796; Thu, June 7 - Thu, June 28, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 797; Thu, July 5 - Thu, July 26, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 798; Thu, August 2 - Thu, August 30, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00

Silver Age Yoga

This is a 60-minute Free Yoga class open to all seniors. Enjoy the benefits of Yoga from the comfort of your chair or the floor. All fitness levels can benefit from this class. Quarterly registration is required. Instructor: Silver Age Volunteer Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 799; Mon, June 4 - Mon, August 27, 2:00 to 3:00pm

Stretch and Meditate

Ease into your week with this Monday morning Stretch and Meditate class. You’ll gently move, stretch and breathe with awareness in preparation for comfortable seated meditation. You’ll be guided into mindful meditation that will help reduce stress and anxiety, increase the relaxation response, and open you to greater awareness and possibility. If you’ve wanted to experience meditation in a friendly setting, this is the group for you! Instructor: Susie Behr Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Course # 808; Mon, June 4 - Mon, June 25, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 809; Mon, July 2 - Mon, July 30, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course # 810; Mon, August 6 - Mon, August 27, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00


T’ai Chi Chih

Beginning Instructor: Pam Towne Course # 811; Fri, June 1 - Fri, June 29, 12:00 to 1:00pm Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course # 812; Fri, July 13 - Fri, July 27, 12:00 to 1:00pm (No class July 6) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course # 813; Fri, August 10 - Fri, August 31, 12:00 to 1:00pm (No class Aug 3) Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Intermediate Instructor: Pam Towne Course # 814; Fri, June 1 - Fri, June 29, 10:30 to 11:30am Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course # 815; Fri, July 13 - Fri, July 27, 10:30 to 11:30am (No classes July 6) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course # 816; Fri, August 10 - Fri, August 31, 10:30 to 11:30am (No class Aug 3) Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Instructor: Christina Tillotson Course # 817; Wed, June 13 - Wed, June 27, 10:30 to 11:30am (No class June 6) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course # 818; Wed, July 11 - Wed, July 25, 10:30 to 11:30am (No class July 4) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course #819; Wed, August 8 - Wed, August 22, 10:30 to 11:30am (No class Aug 1 and 29) Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00

Yoga for Self Healing and Joy

Enjoy the healing practice of yoga in this beginning to intermediate class designed to balance and align body, mind, emotions, spirit, and life energy. We’ll practice breathing and centering, flow in and out of yoga poses that stretch, strengthen, and energize, and finally recline in guided relaxation. You’ll leave with a joyful sense of well being! Please bring a yoga mat. Instructor: Susie Behr Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Tuesdays, 8:30 to 9:30am Course # 826; Tue, June 5 - Tue, June 26, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 827; Tue, July 3 - Tue, July 31, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course # 828; Tue, August 7 - Tue, August 28, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Tuesdays, 10:00 to 11:00am Course # 829; Tue, June 5 - Tue, June 26, 10:00 to 11:00am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 830; Tue, July 3 - Tue, July 31, 10:00 to 11:00am Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course # 831; Tue, August 7 - Tue, August 28, 10:00 to 11:00am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Wednesdays, 8:30 to 9:30am Course # 832; Wed, June 6 - Wed, June 27, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 833; Wed, July 11 - Wed, July 25, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $16.00. Non-resident: $19.00 Course # 834; Wed, August 1 - Wed, August 29, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Thursdays, 10:00 to 11:00 am Course # 835; Thu, June 7 - Thu, June 28, 10:00 to 11:00am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 836; Thu, July 5 - Thu, July 26; 10:00 to 11:00am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 837; Thu, August 2 - Thu, August 30, 10:00 to 11:00am Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Fridays, 8:30 to 9:30am Course # 838; Fri, June 1 - Fri, June 29, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course # 839; Fri, July 6 - Fri, July 27, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Check out the new and improved City website at:

Course # 840; Fri, August 3 - Fri, August 31, 8:30 to 9:30am Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00

www.EncinitasCA.gov

EncinitasParksandRec.com

31

Ad ult s 50+

T’ai Chi Chih is a moving meditation that promotes health, energy, serenity and longevity. Its 20 powerful movements are easy to learn and practice. They are adaptable to anyone’s physical condition, even if in a wheelchair. In the Beginning class, you will learn 16 movements over a 3-month period. Special guidelines apply. In the Intermediate class, any movements not mastered will be reviewed. Refine and deepen the practice of all 20 movements for a stronger flow of Chi. Prerequisite for the Intermediate class is beginning T’ai Chi Chih and/or knowledge of at least 15 of the 20 movements. Please call for details. Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center


Ad ult s 50+

Zumba Gold

Zumba Gold can leave a person with a “feel good” sensation by using easy to follow dance steps, coupled with infectious music, to create a truly fun and partylike atmosphere. This class is a moderate cardio workout for all levels and abilities. Dance your way to vibrant health. Dress lightly and bring water. Instructor: Donna Billmeyer Location: Dance/Exercise Room 117 at Encinitas Community Center Course # 841; Tue, June 5 - Tue, June 26, 1:00 to 2:00pm Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 842; Tue, July 10 - Tue, July 31, 1:00 to 2:00pm (No class July 3) Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 843; Tue, August 7 - Tue, August 28, 1:00 to 2:00pm Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Adults Age 50+ - Games Duplicate Bridge Play

Improve your skill level, concentration and memory by playing the challenging game of ACBL sanctioned Duplicate Bridge. This is a weekly ongoing program, so you may participate at any time throughout the year. Cost is $41 for a book of 8 play coupons/play sessions. No expiration date for coupon books. No refunds or exchanges Director: Paul Landrum Location: Banquet Hall 142B at Encinitas Community Center Fee: $41.00 Thu, June 7 - Thu, August 30 12:30 to 4:00pm

Mah Jong

We look forward to your participation in this relaxed environment, where all levels of friendly competition are welcome. Location: Meeting Room 120A at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 784; Thu, June 7 - Thu, August 30 12:30 to 3:30pm

Party Bridge

We look forward to your participation in this relaxed environment, where all levels of friendly competition are welcome. Location: Meeting Room 120B at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 788; Thu, June 7 - Thu, August 30 12:30 to 3:30pm

E-Subscribe Today!

To subscribe to receive the quarterly Recreation Guide, visit www.EncinitasCA.gov/esubscribe. You can also have a variety of other City publications and alerts delivered straight to your inbox.

32

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

Pool Tournament

The Encinitas Senior Center hosts quarterly Pool Tournaments in January, April, July and October. Tournaments are held the third Thursday of the month at 11:00 AM. Refreshments will be provided and there is no fee to participate. Prizes will be awarded to the 1st place winner! Location: Game Room at Encinitas Senior Center Fee: Free Course # 794; Thu, July 19, 2012 11:00 to 4:00pm

Adults Age 50+ Music Appreciation Sing for your Life

It’s a singing party! Uplifting music, great company and all around fun! Open to everyone. Performances are optional. Instructor: Chanara Richmond Location: Game Room at Encinitas Senior Center Course # 802; Fri, June 1 - Fri, June 29; 10:30 to 11:30am Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00 Course # 803; July 6 - July 27; 10:30 to 11:30am Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00 Course # 804; Fri, August 3 - Fri, August 31, 10:30 to 11:30am (No class Aug 10) Fee: Resident: $21.00. Non-resident: $24.00

Adults Age 50+ - Nutrition Little Oaks Café

Come enjoy a delicious meal served in the Banquet Hall. Reservations are required and can be made up until 8:00 AM of the day you would like to have lunch, by calling (760) 943-2258. Although reservations are required for a guaranteed meal, extras may be available on a first-come-first-served basis for those without a reservation. Check the menus available at the Senior Center for daily meal options. This program is supported by donations, the Older Americans Act with funds awarded to the City of Encinitas by the County of San Diego Aging and Independence Services, and the City of Encinitas. Seniors 60+ suggested donation of $4. No eligible person shall be denied a meal because of failure or inability to contribute. Under 60 there is a mandatory fee of $6. Nutrition Coordinators: Mary Santander and Judy Esquivel Location: Banquet Hall 142A at Encinitas Community Center Fri, June 1 - Fri, August 31 (No lunch July 4) M, Tu, W, Th, F; 11:30am to 12:30pm


Nutrition Project Council

Adults Age 50+ Outreach Services AARP Driver’s Safety Program

This is the Nation’s first and largest 8-hour classroom refresher course designed especially for drivers 55+. Insurance companies offer discounts to graduates of the program. Cost is $12 with an AARP card and $14 for general public per person. Fee must be paid in class by check made payable to AARP only. Be sure to bring your AARP card to class. Call (760) 943-2250 to reserve a spot. 2nd and 3rd Tuesday of every other month. Instructor: Carl Palechek Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Tue, July 10 & Tue, July 17 12:30 to 4:30pm

Bereavement Support Group

“As they participate, they remember; as they remember, they grieve, as they grieve, they heal.” For those looking to find help and healing from the loss of a loved-one, come and participate in this ongoing grief support group, led by Bereavement Counselors from Hospice by the Sea. Each session will provide participants with space to share their stories as well as exercises and instruction related to navigating their grief and loss processes. 1st and 3rd Monday of the month. Volunteer Facilitator: Chris Sikora Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 755; Mon, June 4 and 18, July 2 and 16, August 6 and 20 2:30 to 3:30pm

Blood Pressure Clinic

An EMT from San Diego Medical Services is available to check your blood pressure. 1st and 3rd Friday of the month. Location: Conference Room A 119 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free 6 Week Session Course # 756; Fri, June 1 and 15, July 6 and 20, August 3 and 17 9:30 to 11:30am

Diabetes Support Group

Seniors dealing with diabetes, or who have a family member who has diabetes, are invited to attend the Support Group. Information and emotional aid are offered. 3rd Tuesday of each month. Instructor: Tracy Lewis Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 765; Tue; June 19, July 17, August 21 10:00 to 11:00am

Elder Law and Advocacy

An attorney can help you with legal services such as wills, family issues, fraud, neglect, power of attorney and other legal issues. Appointments required; call (760) 439-2535, ext 205 or 208. Ages 60+ 4th Thursday of every month. Attorney: Karin Schumacher Location: Conference Room 119 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Thu, June 28, July 26, August 23 10:00am to 3:00pm

HICAP Counseling

HICAP stands for Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program. Ask a counselor about Medicare, supplemental insurance, HMO options and medical bills. By appointment only; call (800) 434-0222. Ages 60+. Location: Conference 116 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of every month. Counselor: Edna Rosenthal Tue, June 12 and 26, July 10 and 24, August 14 and August 28 9:00 to 11:00am 2nd Thursdays of every month. Counselor: Joanne Fink Thu, June 14, July 12, August 9 9:30 to 11:30am

EncinitasParksandRec.com

33

Ad ult s 50+

The most effective way to ensure that the Nutrition Program is addressing the needs of the senior community is to have a participant advisory body, the Nutrition Project Council. It is the purpose of this Council to advise the contractor’s Nutrition Coordinator on matters relating to the provision of nutrition. Everyone is welcome to attend. 2nd Friday of every other month Nutrition Coordinators: Mary Santander and Judy Esquivel Location: Banquet Hall 142A at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Fri, July 13, 2012 9:30 to 11:30am


Ad ult s 50+

“The book club is a fantastic opportunity to read books you would normally never think of reading, but after reading and discussing them have enjoyed them tremendously. Hearing others, opinions adds to the experience.” -Carole Joyce, Book Club Volunteer Facilitator Project C.A.R.E.

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

The Angel’s Depot Program

The Encinitas Senior Center has partnered with Angel’s Depot, a nonprofit, charitable agency that packs nonperishable, nutritionally balanced boxes of food for low income senior citizens. The FREE food boxes from Angel’s Depot are delivered to the Center monthly and distributed at the Senior Center. The program is for Encinitas residents ages 60+ or 55+ with a disability who meet the income qualifications. Please call (760) 599-7093 for additional eligibility requirements and an application. Location: Outreach Office at Encinitas Senior Center

Volunteer Opportunities

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

Adults Age 50+ Special Interest 50+ Singles Club

Get involved and socialize with other seniors in the community. The Senior Singles Club meets the last Wednesday of every month to plan group gatherings to community events, leisure walks, dinner, and much more. Last Wed of every month. Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 744; Wed, June 27, July 25, August 29 10:30 to 11:30am

34

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

Book Club

The Book Club explores a wide variety of books ranging from fiction to nonfiction. Book selection is determined jointly by the facilitator and the group. June 20 is any book by author Saul Bellow. For July 18 the book is Lord of the Flies. For Aug 15 the book is Cleopatra: A Life. Volunteer Facilitator: Carol Joyce Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 757; Wed, June 20, July 18, August 15 1:00 to 2:30pm

Current Events

Discussion of current events presented in a round table format offers individuals the opportunity to share their opinions and learn from each other. If you like to discuss news, topics on C-SPAN, or talk radio, this is for you. Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 764; Tue, June 5 - Tue, August 28 1:30 to 3:00pm

Italian Conversation

Speak, read and write Italian with others who enjoy the language and want to improve their skills. All levels are welcome to attend, although some basic Italian is desired. Volunteer Facilitator: Donald Cifarelli Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 779; Thu, June 7 - Thu, August 30 1:00 to 3:00pm

Let’s Go to the Movies!

Film discussion and review requires the viewer to watch the film with a critical eye and search for a deeper understanding of the events, the script, directing and acting and more. In this class you will discuss and review current movies in groups that you have previously viewed in either a movie theater or in the comfort of your own home. Learn how to watch films critically and review like a pro. 1st and 4th Wednesday of the month. Volunteer Facilitator: George Albertella Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 780; Wed, June 6 and 27, July 25, August 1 and 22 (No meeting on July 4) 1:30 to 3:00pm


Movie Classics

Senior Commission Meeting

The Senior Commission meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month at 2:00 PM in Council Chambers at Encinitas City Hall. Please note that they are dark in July, August and December. The public is welcome to attend the meetings. Location: Encinitas City Hall Council Chambers 3rd Tuesday of the month. Tue, June 19, 2012 2:00 to 3:00pm

Stamp Club

The Stamp Club brings together stamp collecting enthusiasts who are looking to share individual and unusual stamp stories, trade stamps, and discuss upcoming meeting topics. 1st Wednesday of the each month except for in July. Volunteer: David Montag Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 807; Wed, June 6, July 11, August 1 10:30am to Noon

Writing For Life

Adults Age 50+ Transportation LIFT

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

North county transit district Breeze

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

Out and About Encinitas Get on Board!

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

Out and About Volunteer Driver Opportunity

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

This class focuses on general writing principles of structure, voice, and narrative flow. Overall writing techniques will be taught and time will be devoted each class period for writing exercises and sharing of articles written. While a focus for some students can be how to apply skills learned in class to writing an actual memoir, the course allows for basic writing practice surrounding either small or large life-changing event description, people/characters and personal expression in the everyday world, both past and present. Instructor: Rosalie Cushman Location: Arts and Crafts Room 140 at Encinitas Community Center Course # 824; Mon, June 18 - Mon, July 23, 1:00 to 2:00pm Fee: Resident: $31.00. Non-resident: $34.00 Course # 825; Mon, July 30 - Mon, August 27, 1:00 to 2:00pm Fee: Resident: $26.00. Non-resident: $29.00

EncinitasParksandRec.com

35

Ad ult s 50+

Are you interested in how literary classics have been portrayed on the big screen? This monthly program will look at how movie versions of famous and popular novels are described, contrasted, and discussed. Movie suggestions are welcomed and encouraged. Please call (760) 943-2250 for each month’s movie showing. Volunteer Facilitator: Carol Ashworth Location: Meeting Room 120 at Encinitas Community Center Fee: Free Course # 785; Wed, June 13, July 11, August 8 1:00 to 2:30pm


s pec ia l e ve n t s / po l ic ies

Special Events

Program Policies

2012 Summer Sunday Concerts by the Sea

Inclusion Policy

This year’s summer concert series is sure to be a great time. Please no dogs or alcohol. Location: Moonlight Beach Fee: Free Sundays July 8, July 22, August 5, August 19 3 to 5pm

Italian Dinner and Entertainment

Support the Encinitas Senior Center by purchasing tickets to the annual Encinitas Senior Center Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser. The food is generously prepared and donated by Belmont Village Senior Living, Cardiff by the Sea. This all-age dinner includes live entertainment and sells out every year, so get your tickets early. For more information call (760) 943-2250. Date: Monday, August 27, 2012 Pre-event Reception: 4:45-5:30pm Dinner Seating: 5:30pm Cost: $13 per ticket (includes dinner, dessert, live entertainment and a raffle ticket). Wine available for an additional fee.

PET HEALTH EXPO

Woof! Calling All Pets (and owners) — the City of Encinitas is pleased to announce its 2011 Pet Expo on Sunday, June 3, where pets and owners alike can enjoy plenty of fun activities while promoting the better health and wellbeing of the pet population. Activities will include professional photos with your pet, grooming, a best trick contest, and the “neuter scooter” clinic. Informational booths, vendors, and animal rescue organizations will be on hand at the expo to give away free goodies and prizes as well as encourage pet health and wellness ideas. In addition, the County Department of Animal Services will be offering discounted dog licensing, rabies shots and microchipping for residents of Encinitas, Solana Beach, Del Mar, Carlsbad, Santee, San Diego and unincorporated San Diego. Don’t miss this opportunity to have fun, save money and protect your pet. For more information regarding the expo please visit www.EncinitasParksandRec.com. Fee: Free Sunday June 3 Civic Center Parking Lot- 505 S. Vulcan Avenue 9am to 1pm

Sponsorship Opportunities

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

36

Parks & Recreation (760) 633-2740

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

Code of Conduct

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

Transfer / Refunds / Cancellation Policy

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


r egist r at io n

Registration Date: 2012 SUMMER Programs Beginning APRIL 2: Encinitas Resident/Non-Resident

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

HOw To REgister 1. Online Registration (www.EncinitasParksAndRec.com) We recently launched our new registration system. If you have not registered since 2011, you will need to create a new account. See next page for step-by-step instructions. 2. Walk-In: Come by and register in person. We accept payment by credit/Debit, check or money order, payable to the City of Encinitas. The Parks and Recreation office at City Hall is open Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM and is closed on alternating Fridays. The Encinitas Community and Senior Center is open for registration Monday through Friday, from 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM. 3. Mail-In: Mail your completed and signed Activity Registration Form along with a check or money order payable to the City of Encinitas. For classes held at the Encinitas Community and Senior Center, mail to: Encinitas Community and Senior Center, 1140 Oakcrest Park Drive, Encinitas, CA 92024. For other programs and activities, mail to: City of Encinitas Parks and Recreation Department, 505 S. Vulcan Avenue, Encinitas, CA 92024. GENERAL INFORMATION 1. Make all checks payable to City of Encinitas. 2. Payment in full required at time of registration. 3. Programs may have limited enrollment. You may be put on a wait list if program is full. 4. All classes subject to time/date change. 5. $2.50 non-refundable registration processing fee is included in each course registration fee. $1 fee for Senior Center programs. REFUNDS/CANCELLATION POLICY • A full refund of course fees (excludes processing fees) will be issued for any program cancelled by the City. Activities are subject to change. • If you cancel at least five (5) working days before the activity starts, you will receive a refund of course fees (excludes processing fees). No refunds after start date in all programs. • Transfers are permitted within same activity (Day Camp week to another Day Camp week), if requested at least five (5) working days before activity starts. • Refunds are not issued for inclement weather. • Refunds take 2–3 weeks to process. • Credits are not issued for future programs.

EncinitasParksandRec.com

37


 

 

       



























 





          

 



  

 









 







 









 

 

 

   

 







 

 

  





  

                                             

          



                           



                                                                               

                     














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

EncinitasParksAndRec.com For Internet Assistance Call: Community Center: (760) 943-2260 Monday – Saturday: 8 AM – 10 PM Sunday: 12 PM – 5 PM

Parks & Recreation Department Office: (760) 633-2740 Monday – Friday: 7 AM – 6 PM

(closed on alternating Fridays)

2012 City of Encinitas

SUNDAYSUMMERCONCERTS by the Sea July 8, July 22, August 5, August 19

MOONLIGHT BEACH ENCINITAS, CA

Free! SUNDAYS

3 - 5pm

Come enjoy the fun at the beach! Remember that alcohol, glass, smoking and dogs are prohibited on beaches. For more information, call (760) 633-2740.


Feeling 2012

Fit

Festival Saturday, August 25 10 AM - 2 PM

Leo Mullen Sports Park 951 Via Cantebria Encinitas, CA 92024

• Rock climbing wall • Fun sports themed inflatables • Contests • Sports and recreation demos • Free samples • Guided trail hikes • Health & wellness vendors on site to help you achieve your fitness goals

Raffles & Giveaways!

T IS THIS EVEN

FREE! All festival ee re fr activities a blic. to the pu

City of Encinitas 2012 Summer Parks and Recreation Guide  

City of Encinitas 2012 Summer Parks and Recreation Guide

Read more
Read more
Similar to
Popular now
Just for you