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SPRING 2016 | April - June

Eastvale Community Campout

In ThIs Issue:

April 9th-10th Harada Heritage Park

Youth & Adult Sports Page 12 JCSD Summer Camp Page 19 Eastvale’s Biggest Loser Page 32

Community Information • Recreation Activities • Park Guide


Contents Inside this Edition... Jurupa Community Services District Parks and Recreation Department Administrative Offices 13820 Schleisman Road Eastvale, CA 92880 Hours: M-Sa 8am-10pm Su: 10am-6pm 951.727.3524 | 951.727.3506 fax parks.jcsd.us

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Harada Neighborhood Center 13099 65th Street Eastvale, CA 92880 Hours: M-F 8am-9pm Sa: 8am-8pm | Su: 10am-6pm

Keep your 5-12 year old child busy this summer! JCSD Summer Camp offers programs, activities and field trips that revolve around weekly themes to keep your child having FUN all summer long!

$25 Registration Fee due at time of registration and includes Camp Shirt

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Week 1

June 27 - July 1:

Week 2

July 5– July 8*:

All American Week

July 11 - July 15:

Mad Science Week

July 18 - July 22:

Sports Extravaganza Week

Week 5

July 25 - July 29:

Wild Safari Week

Week 6

August 1 - 6:

Under the Sea Adventure Week

* All American week fee is $120 due to Fourth of July Holiday Registration must be paid in full prior to the start of the week. Limited space available, register today! Early drop off available 6:30-7:00 am (additional $3.00 per day)

Jurupa Community Services District Board of Directors Chad Blais, President Kenneth J. McLaughlin, Vice President Betty A. Anderson, Director Joan E. Roberts, Ph.D., Director Jane F. Anderson, Director

Eastvale Parks Commission

Jane F. Anderson, Chairperson Chad Blais, JCSD President Ike Bootsma, City of Eastvale Mayor William Link, City of Eastvale Councilmember

JCSD Parks & Recreation Department Todd Corbin General Manager

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Eastvale Town Hall Update

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CNUSD News

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City of Eastvale News

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Conservation Information

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Recreation Guide

Tropical Adventure Week

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Week 4

parks.jcsd.us | (951)727-3524

Facilities & Parks Map

@JCSDPARKS

Sports 10 Martial Arts/Fitness

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Music 16 K I D S

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Dance / Gymnastics

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Arts 21 Special Interest

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Kids Zone

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Child Development

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Adults 30 Class Registration

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Richard “Ric” Welch, CPRE Director of Parks & Community Affairs - Ext. 516 Rafael Gonzalez Parks & Recreation Manager- Ext. 505 Ross Johnson Parks Maintenance Supervisor- Ext. 105 Duje Babarovic Recreation Specialist- Ext. 223 Victoria Reyna Recreation Specialist- Ext. 224 Yvette Vascones Recreation Specialist- Ext. 215 Wendy Landreth,CPRP Administrative Assistant- Ext. 516 Stacy MacBeth Administrative Secretary- Ext. 120 Vanessa Hampton Administrative Secretary- Ext. 108

Connect with us: parks@jcsd.us @jcsdparks The Eastvale Edition® is not responsible nor liable for any claims or offerings, nor responsible for availability of products advertised. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is prohibited. Eastvale Edition® 1st Quarter 2016 Volume 13, Issue 1

Numbers to Know Government & Public Services: City of Eastvale Department of Motor Vehicles Code Enforcement Animal Control Vector Control Graffiti Removal Weed Abatement

(951) (800) (951) (951) (951) (951) (951)

361-0900 777-0133 361-2888 358-7387 340-9792 727-3500 826-5341

Emergency Services: Fire and Emergency Medical Response Riverside County Sheriff California Highway Patrol Flood Emergency Hotline

(951) (951) (909) (951)

657-2161 776-1099 383-4247 955-1230

Utilities and Services: Water and Sewer Service to the City of Eastvale Waste Management Southern California Edison Southern California Gas

(951) (800) (800) (800)

685-7434 423-9986 655-4555 427-2200


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Town Hall Update By: Andrea Hove, Eastvale Resident

• City News:

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astvale’s Mayor, Ike Bootsma, informed residents of the City’s upcoming 5th Annual State of the City Address. Please save the date: Tuesday, April 5th at the Eastvale Community Center. Admission to the Address and the dessert reception is free. Look for more information on the city’s website.

• Code Enforcement:

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astvale has a new Code Enforcement Officer. Avis Hatcher joins our Code Enforcement team with over 20 years of experience and has worked in cities such as Beverly Hills, Azusa, Agoura Hills and San Dimas. Welcome to Eastvale Avis!

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ode Enforcement has been busy. There were 553 inspections conducted from September-December 31, 2015. 2,100 signs removed and 147 shopping carts picked up. You may be cited if you are parked in the street on street sweeping day. If the sign located in your neighborhood states “no parking between the hours of 8am-2pm” you can be ticketed any time between those hours regardless of when the street sweeper came by. Street sweeper signs are located at the major entrances of each neighborhood.

New Businesses:

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astvale Gateway South (south east corner of Hamner and Limonite) Juice It Up and Panera Bread (drive thru) are now open.

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astvale Gateway (north east corner of Hamner and Limonite) Pacific Fish Grill Opening March 2016

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arketplace at the Enclave (south west corner of Archibald and Schleisman, CVS Center) Bank of America and RE/Max Vantage are now open. Coming soon: Prestige Preschool

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orona Valley Marketplace (Albertsons Center) Coming soon: Tea Plus; Now open: Great Clips.

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he City has launched their E-Citizen app in partnership with the JCSD. This FREE App allows citizens to report non-emergency issues such as: graffiti, park maintenance issues, pot holes, code enforcement issues, sewer issues, water leaks, frontage landscape issues and water waste. Stay informed of all the latest Eastvale related news, agendas, events and more by signing up for e-notification at www. EastvaleCA.gov

• Police Department:

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astvale Police Department Update: Assistant Chief Scott Forbes gave us updates for last quarter. Vehicle burglaries continue to be a problem in the shopping centers at Limonite and Hamner. Investigators are continually working on leads and/or approaches to minimize the number of burglaries throughout the city. There are tips to help prevent becoming a victim on the City’s website. Some include: locking your doors and not leaving packages in plain view. If you see something suspicious please call the police department’s non-emergency number (951)776-1099.

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here have been a number of complaints regarding mail theft from community mailboxes. The City and the Police Department are working with Postal Inspectors to find the criminals. Tips on how to help prevent mail theft can be found on the City’s website.

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here have been a series of robberies that have occurred in January and February involving pizza delivery drivers. Investigators, patrol and the SET (Special Enforcement Team) are involved.

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ast year, the Jurupa Valley Sheriff ’s station started the COPS and Clergy network as a way to collaborate with faith based groups and reach out to the community in a positive, nonconfrontational manner. Any inquiries can be made through Lt. Mike Lujan at the Jurupa Valley Station.

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raffic collisions continue to remain a problem in Eastvale. Limonite, Hamner, Citrus and Sumner are the busiest locations. There were 7 recent accidents involving students on bikes riding to and from school. Many of these accidents were found to be the fault of the students not following the rules of the road. Most were also not wearing helmets. The Eastvale Police Department and the City will be participating in the Safe Routes to School grant to help educate students and their families.

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astvale’s new motorcycle officer, Deputy Hallenbeck, has been busy issuing citations all over Eastvale. Eastvale has seen a decrease in the overall number of injury traffic collisions since he started. Question: Any impact on traffic from the multiple soccer tournaments at Silverlakes? Norco is responsible for traffic control and although there has been an increase of soccer participants in the area, Norco has handled it pretty well and Eastvale’s businesses have benefitted.

• JCSD Update:

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odd Corbin, General Manager for the JCSD, informed residents that our conservation efforts are working. We reduced water consumption 30% in the fall and are currently down 24% despite adding 3,500 new customers. The State is requesting that we reduce water consumption by 28%. However, our region will receive changes in our allocation because we are in the desert. The JCSD has also made changes from within: Usually, winter grass is added to the parks and this year, in order to reduce water consumption, the parks were not reseeded.

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Foundation:

haryn Link from the EC Foundation said that their foundation raises funds for the needs and programs that the city desires but lacks the funding. The foundation also provides scholarships for youth sports and art programs. The State

The Town Hall Update information is provided by the Eastvale Community Committee and does not express the views & opinions of JCSD.

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Town Hall Update of the City will be April 5th at the Eastvale Community Center. Admission to the State of the City and the Dessert reception is free. However, tickets can be purchased for a sit down dinner prior to the event. Look on the city website for more information. The Foundation will also once again host the “Beer and Wine Garden” at the Annual Picnic in the Park June 24-26th. Their 4th Annual Golf Tournament will be held August 12th at Los Serranos Golf Course. If you can help volunteer at any of these events please contact Sharyn Link at (951) 263-0345 or go to their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ECFoundation

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ook on the city’s website or sign up for e-notification for more information. Eastvale car decals are also available for only $5. They are sold at all Eastvale events. All the funds raised stay in Eastvale. Question: When will the Cell tower/ water tower get a design? They are currently working with 4 different entities and hope to have an update soon.

• CNUSD Update:

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eputy Superintendent Sam Buenrostro has replaced Sherry Mata who retired this year. He introduced the ERHS E-STEM Director, Dr. Kim Lawe. Dr. Lawe has a biology and chemistry background and taught at the middle and high school level before becoming Vice Principal for ERHS 6 years ago. The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Academy is still in the planning stages and the District is planning for a 2018/2019 full opening. It will be a 2 story building in the front and a 3 story building in the back. It will be located where the junior varsity softball field is currently located. Students will be able to start the STEM program in the 2016/2017 school year.

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ondo Elementary is planned for the west side of Eastvale along Hellman just north of Chandler. This school is needed to provide relief to Rosa Parks

Elementary and will be the 6th Elementary school for the Eastvale area. Rondo is expected to open for the 2018 school year if everything goes as planned.

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arton Elementary will be on a traditional school schedule for the 2016/2017 school year. This will be the only elementary school within the Eastvale boundaries that is traditional. All students who requested a transfer into Barton were approved. School population numbers are expected to remain constant because of students transferring out of the school.

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NUSD was able to refinance some of the bonds and save approximately 500 homes $200 a year in taxes.

• Riverside Animal Control:

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ark Visyak from Riverside County Animal Control stated that in 2015 there were 3,631 calls for service. 61 were for aggressive dogs; 99 were animal welfare checks; 53 animal bites; 37 of those animal needed to be quarantined; 246 dead animal pick-ups. 85 citations were issued for rabies and dog licensing issues and 25 warnings were given. Mr. Visyak mentioned that on 1/29/16, a person brought her adult pit bull and her German Shepherd puppy into the small dog section at Harada Heritage Dog Park. The adult pit bull attacked and killed a Chihuahua that was already inside the small dog section. The pit bull owner was cited and the dog was quarantined. Mr. Visyak stated that the dog park is a “use at your own risk” park and if you see someone using poor judgement that it is best to remove yourself from the park rather than to risk harm to you or your dog.

Eastvale Community Foundation

4th Annual Golf Tournament Friday, August 12, 2016 1:00 pm Shotgun Start Los Serranos Country Club A Tournament to Benefit the Community of Eastvale

Golf - $125 per person

Includes Lunch, Cart, Dinner, Goody Bag & more

Foursome Discount - $450 Dinner Only - $45 per person Golf Games Package - $25 per person Includes -Chipping, Putting, Longest Drive

Contact: Sharyn Link: 951-263-0345 eastvalefoundation@gmail.com

The next Eastvale Town Hall is May 10 at 6:30PM 5


CNUSD News • Director of Eastvale STEM Academy Named By: Evita Tapia Gonzalez, Communication Manager The Corona-Norco Unified School District Board of Education confirmed Mrs. Kim Lawe as the Director of the new Eastvale STEM (E-STEM) Academy at the school board meeting Tuesday night. Mrs. Lawe has served as an Assistant Principal for Eleanor Roosevelt High School for the past 6 years. “Mrs. Lawe brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the fields of Math and Science and is currently an Ed.D. Candidate in STEM education.” said Dr. Lin, Superintendent. “She is also very familiar with and well respected by the ERHS learning communities. I am confident that she will serve as an exceptional leader for the E-STEM Academy.” “For six years Mrs. Lawe has humbly served our students and our community with a consummate standard of excellence,” said Jeremy Goins, Eleanor Roosevelt High School Principal. “I am ecstatic that she will continue to

serve, and apply her passion for STEM Education, to lead this innovative project. I have no doubt that our students will flourish, and our whole community will be proud.” The E-STEM Academy model is a school within a school and will be located on the Eleanor Roosevelt High School Campus. The development of the E-STEM Academy is envisioned to be constructed in two phases with phase one starting in summer 2016 and completing in summer 2017, following the completion of phase two in summer 2018. The academy will be an addition to the school and provide new classrooms to accommodate the growth of the student population in the community. It will also provide specialized learning environments to support the district’s Career Technical Education (CTE) programs in the pathways of health science and medical technology and engineering and architecture. STEM is a curriculum based on the concept of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. The development of the Eastvale STEM Academy involves a researchbased approach to the programming and design of STEM environments to fully understand the needs of the learners, the educators and the district community. (continued) The development of this project has also been guided by a community advisory committee comprised of parents, students, science and engineering professionals, university faculty and community members. The development of this project has also been guided by a community advisory committee comprised of parents, students, science and engineering professionals, university faculty and community members. For the latest updates about the Eastvale STEM academy, please visit: www.cnusd.k12.ca.us/estem

The CNUSD News information is provided by the CNUSD and does not express the views & opinions of JCSD.

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City News • Did You Know? - Abandoned / Inoperable Vehicle Did YOU Know? Abandoned/ Inoperable Vehicle The City of Eastvale provides a Did You Know tip to assist residents in getting acquainted with the City’s Municipal Code.  The City’s Municipal Code is available on the City’s website. According to Municipal Code section 10.04.140, It is unlawful for any person to abandon, park, store, or leave or permit the abandonment, parking, storing or leaving of any licensed or unlicensed vehicle or part thereof which is in an abandoned, wrecked, dismantled or inoperative condition upon any private or public property within the city for a period in excess of ten days unless such vehicle is stored or parked in a lawful manner on private property in connection with the business of a licensed dismantler, licensed vehicle dealer or city-approved junkyard.

Code violations can be reported via our E-Citizen app: http://bit.ly/ECitizen If you have additional Code Enforcement questions, please feel free to call Eastvale City Hall at (951) 361-0900 or email Code_Complaint@ eastvaleca.gov

Any individual violating any provision of this chapter shall be deemed guilty of an infraction or misdemeanor as hereinafter specified. Such individual shall be deemed guilty of a separate offense for each and every day or portion thereof during which any violation of any of the provisions of this chapter is committed, continued, or permitted. Any individual convicted of a violation of this chapter: (1) Shall be guilty of an infraction offense and punished by a fine not exceeding: a. $100.00 for a first violation; b. $200.00 for a second violation on the same site perpetrated by the same individual. The City News information is provided by the City of Eastvale and does not express the views & opinions of JCSD.

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Conservation News WE’RE DOING OUR PART TO BE

Water Smart P R O U D T O B E C O N S E R VAT I O N C H A M P I O N S

For Emergency Drought Regulations: www.jcsd.us/Conservation or (951) 727-3521

We Want Everyone to Know You’re a Conservation Champion

California is entering its fifth year of a significant drought resulting in severe impacts to California’s water supplies and its ability to meet all of the demands for water in the State. Due to continuing dry conditions, the State has extended and revised mandatory State drought regulations, requiring all of us to continue our water conservation efforts. To thank and recognize residents for being Conservation Champions during the drought we’ve been delivering “We’re Doing Our Part to be Water Smart” lawn signs. We’ll deliver a Conservation Champion lawn sign to your home if you have: • •

Replaced your lawn with water-wise landscaping; Embraced the philosophy “brown is the new green” for your lawn; • Consistently reduced your water usage by 25% or more; and/or • Use 11 units of water or less each month. Request your sign by e-mailing savewater@jcsd.us or calling the Conservation Hotline at (951) 727-3521.

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Show the Region that Using Less Water can be Beautiful As a member agency of Western Municipal Water District, JCSD’s customers are eligible to enter the bi-annual Water Wise Landscape Contest. We’ve seen a number of gardens transform into droughttolerant designs. Your masterpiece may be the one that gets selected from the entries to receive honors and prizes! For details, please visit: www.InlandEmpireLandscapeContest.com


Need Help With Your Water Wise Plant Selection? Not sure where to start to make your garden drought-wise and waterefficient? We have upcoming events to help you with your water conservation efforts. In Full-Color Gardening Class

Saturday, May 14, 9 a.m. - noon Jurupa Community Services District 11201 Harrel Street, Jurupa Valley RSVP by calling (951) 727-3521 or e-mailing savewater@jcsd.us A water-friendly landscape doesn’t mean you can only use rocks and cactus. There are plenty of colorful plants you can add to your garden that are also water-wise. JCSD’s Water Conservation Coordinator will introduce you to a rainbow of landscaping materials, design ideas, and water-wise gardening tips.

Water-Friendly Plant Sales

Saturday, June 11, 8 a.m. - noon Eastvale Home Depot 6140 Hamner Avenue, Eastvale Stop by Anytime JCSD’s Water Conservation Coordinator and other water-use efficiency experts will be at the Eastvale Home Depot for the annual Water Saving Garden Friendly plant sale to help you select the right plants for your garden.

Grow Together: Family Gardening Class

Saturday, May 7, 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. Eastvale Community Center 13820 Schleisman Road, Eastvale RSVP by calling (951) 727-3521 or e-mailing savewater@jcsd.us Parents and children (or grandparents and their grandchildren) will enjoy their time together as they explore the fascinating world of gardening. Learn about insects, plants, flowers, and the important role water plays in our gardens. The workshop will include hands-on gardening and a water conservation art project. Each participant will take home their gardening project to plant in their yard.

Water Saving Friendly Program

Online Resource Available 24/7 www.iegardenfriendly.com The Water Saving Garden Friendly program provides local Inland Empire communities with conservationbased educational opportunities, as well as information and access to climate-appropriate plants. Their website is a great resource and offers a plant library, a gallery of landscape templates and conservation gardens and so much more. Be sure to visit their website.

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Sports

Location Legend Fee*-

Inside/Outside JCSD Parks Territory

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Dr. Augustine Ramirez Intermediate School 6905 Harrison Avenue

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Cedar Creek Park 6709 Cedar Creek Road

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Deer Creek Park 6785 Iron Horse Lane

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Dairyland Park 14520 San Remo

ECC-

Eastvale Community Center 13820 Schleisman Road

ECP-

Eastvale Community Park 12750 Citrus Street

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Eleanor Roosevelt High School 7447 Scholar Way

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Harada Neighborhood Center 13099 65th Street

JCHP-

James C. Huber Park 6411 Rolling Meadow Street

MVP-

Mountain View Park 14444 Selby Avenue

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Orchard Park 5900 Festival Way

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Rosa Parks Elementary School 13830 Whispering Hills

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Riverwalk Park 7674 Soaring Bird Court

RINK-

The Rinks 4325 Prado Road, Corona, CA

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Le Petite Princess Parlour 500 E. Lincoln Ave., Orange, CA

Pee Wee Tennis

211001

This class is designed for the little ones who are tired of watching the big kids have all the fun. The focus of many of our drills will be to help build hand-eye coordination and develop better balance while moving. Students will learn the basics of the: forehand, backhand, volley, and serve. Your child will love joining in fun games like: Popcorn Machine, Walk the Tennis Dog, and Balloon Bounce. Students may participate from 1 to 2 days per week.

Instructor: Tennis Anyone|Location ERHS TENNIS COURTS CL # A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 B3 C1 C2 C3

Ages 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6 3-6

Day/s Tu Tu Tu Th Th Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 6:30-7:15P 3/29-4/19 4 $59/69 6:30-7:15P 4/26-5/17 4 $59/69 6:30-7:15P 5/24-6/21 5 $74/84 6:30-7:15P 3/31-4/21 4 $59/69 6:30-7:15P 4/28-5/19 4 $59/69 6:30-7:15P 5/26-6/23 5 $74/84 6:30-7:15P 3/29-4/21 4 $85/95 6:30-7:15P 4/26-5/24 5 $85/95 6:30-7:15P 5/24-6/23 5 $106/116

Beginning Tennis

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The focus is on learning the 4 major strokes of the game in a fun filled, fitness friendly atmosphere. Students will work to establish form on the forehand, backhand, volley, and serve. Students will absolutely love playing drills like: King of the Tennis Hill, Tennis Baseball, and Tennis Line Tag. Beginners over the age of 13 should start in the Junior Tennis Academy-Intermediate to Advanced.

Instructor: Tennis Anyone|Location: ERHS TENNIS COURTS CL # A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 B3 C1 C2 C3

Ages Day/s 7-13 Tu,Th 7-13 Tu,Th 7-13 Tu,Th 7-13 Tu 7-13 Tu 7-13 Tu 7-13 Th 7-13 Th 7-13 Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 6:30-8:00P 3/29-4/21 4 $103/113 6:30-8:00P 4/26-5/19 4 $103/113 6:30-8:00P 5/24-6/23 5 $129/139 6:30-8:00P 3/29-4/19 4 $73/83 6:30-8:00P 4/26-5/17 4 $73/83 6:30-8:00P 5/24-6/21 5 $91/101 6:30-8:00P 3/31-4/21 4 $73/83 6:30-8:00P 4/28-5/19 4 $73/83 6:30-8:00P 5/26-6/23 5 $91/101

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5714 Raft Circle, Eastvale

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4035 Ash, Lake Elsinore

6607 Canter Cove, Eastvale

14105 Lemon Valley, Eastvale

13268 Heather Lee, Eastvale

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Tennis Intermediate-Advanced 221002

The Junior Tennis Academy- Intermediate to Advanced is for students that have either attained all 3 mastery levels in the Beginning Academy or are coming in with proper form on the major tennis strokes. The focus in this group is on building stroke dependability so that students are able to rally with proper form. This is a high energy, dynamic, fitness challenging, tennis program designed to bring students to a level where they have the tools to start playing matches. There are 5 mastery levels in this group, much like the belt system in martial arts that students will be tested on so that parents & students are always clear on progress. Students will absolutely love playing drills like: Tennis Olympics, Team-up & Back, and Tennis Bump. We believe that tennis will bring each of our students more fun, fitness, and friendships for a lifetime. Beginning Player ages 14 or older should start in this group.

Instructor: Tennis Anyone|Location: ERHS TENNIS COURTS CL # A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 B3 C1 C2 C3

Ages Day/s 7-17 Tu,Th 7-17 Tu,Th 7-17 Tu,Th 7-17 Tu 7-17 Tu 7-17 Tu 7-17 Th 7-17 Th 7-17 Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 7:30-9:30P 3/29-4/21 4 $113/123 7:30-9:30P 4/26-5/19 4 $113/123 7:30-9:30P 5/24-6/23 5 $141/151 7:30-9:30P 3/29-4/19 4 $84/94 7:30-9:30P 4/26-5/17 4 $84/94 7:30-9:30P 5/24-6/21 5 $105/115 7:30-9:30P 3/31-4/21 4 $84/94 7:30-9:30P 4/28-5/19 4 $84/94 7:30-9:30P 5/26-6/23 5 $105/115

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PROGRAMS OFFERED: Introduction to Hockey Learn to Skate Classes

Adult players, levels Intermediate to Advanced, will benefit from this unique clinic. This academy gives the “big kids� an opportunity to work on improving their skills while getting a great workout and making new friends. Students will train in level appropriate skills from ground-strokes to serves and volleys. We believe that tennis will bring each of our students more fun, fitness, and friendships for a lifetime.

Instructor: Tennis Anyone|Location: ERHS TENNIS COURTS CL # A1 A2 A3

Ages 16+ 16+ 16+

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Time Date Wks Fee* 8:00-9:30P 3/31-4/21 4 $99/109 8:00-9:30P 4/28-5/19 4 $99/109 8:00-9:30P 5/26-6/23 5 $124/134

Semi-Private Tennis Lessons

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These groups are for 2-4 students interested in learning in a more intimate setting. Small group students enjoy the benefit of a more focused class, where players are grouped by level and work on skills appropriate for that level.

Instructor: Tennis Anyone|Location: ERHS TENNIS COURTS CL # Ages Day/s Beginning Adult A1 16+ Tu,W A2 16+ Tu,W A3 16+ Tu,W B1 16+ Tu B2 16+ Tu B3 16+ Tu C1 16+ W C2 16+ W C3 16+ W Advanced Pee Wee D1 3-6 W D2 3-6 W D3 3-6 W Intermediate Jr E1 7-17 W E2 7-17 W E3 7-17 W Advanced Jr G1 7-17 W G2 7-17 W G3 7-17 W

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Youth Sports Youth Volleyball

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Boys and Girls ages 6 -16 are invited to participate in a fun filled season of energetic and recreational games with training in fundamentals and techniques of Volleyball. Registration fee includes team jersey, picture package, and participation trophy. You must bring a copy of each participant’s birth certificate. Practices are held 1 or 2 times per week at the Eastvale Community Center (ECC). There will be a mandatory evaluation day on March 19, 2016 at the ECC Gymnasium.

REGISTER EARLY, SPACE IS LIMITED IN EACH DIVISION!

Season begins: April 2016

Fee: $85/$95

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Youth Flag Football

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ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL? JCSD offers a Sunday Youth Flag Football League open to boys and girls between the ages of 7 and 16. Kids will learn the basics and fundamentals of football in a fun and recreational league. Registration is now open and space is limited. There will be a mandatory evaluation on March 20, 2016.

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Youth Basketball

Boys and Girls are invited to participate in a fun filled season of energetic with training in fundamentals and techniques of basketball. Registration ible team jersey, picture package, and a participation trophy. The JCSD ball League will be conducting a mandatory evaluation day on June 11, 2016

REGISTER by June 11, 2016!

Season begins: July 16- 17, 2016 Location: ECC Gymnasium CL # A B C D E F

Ages 5-6 7-8 9-10 11-12 13-14 15-16

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ADULT Sports

Community Leagues Eastvale Girls Softball Association www.eastvalegirlssoftball.com

Co-ed Adult Kickball

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Gather a group of friends and play a fun school yard game. The league will consist of 10 weeks of play and one week of playoffs.

Location: JCHP CL # D

Ages 18+

Day/s F

Time 6:30-9:30P

Date 5/13

Fee* $325/team

Co-ed Adult Softball

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This fun filled recreational Co-ed Adult Softball league will be played on Sunday afternoons at Providence Ranch Park. Games will last 70 minutes or 7 full innings (whichever comes first). In additional to the cost, each team is required to pay $10 cash per game to pay the umpire fee.

Location: PR CL # B

Ages 18+

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Time 3:00-7:00P

Date 5/8

Adult Basketball

Fee* $375/team

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JCSD offers a weeknight adult basketball league, which will begin in May. Space is limited. Registration fee will be $375 per team (plus a $50 refundable forfeit fee). Teams are responsible for an additional $25 cash per game for referees.

Location: ECC Gymnasium CL # J K

Ages 18+ 35+

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Co-ed Adult Volleyball

Fee* $425/team $425/team

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This fun-filled recreational Adult Co-ed Volleyball League will be played on Friday evenings at the Eastvale Community Center (ECC) Gymnasium. Games will last 60 minutes. In addition to the cost, each team is required to pay $15 cash per game to pay the referee fee.

Location: ECC Gymnasium CL # C

Ages Day/s 18+ F

Time 7:00-10:00pm

Date 5/6

Fee* $330/team

(951) 778-3472

Eastvale Mustangs

Youth Football & Cheer Program www.evmustangsfootball.com

(951) 531-7038

Empire Soccer www.empiresoccerclub.org

(951) 817-5639

Eastvale Little League www.eastvalelittleleague.com

(951) 903-6515

Eastvale Pop Warner Youth Football

www.eastvalepopwarner.org

(951) 444-0557

AYSO Eastvale #1605 www.ayso1605.org

ayso1605@yahoo.com

SandS Cricket Association Eastvale Cricket League ww.sandscricketassociation.net

(951) 454-8444

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Sports

Pee Wee Soccer

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Pee Wee Soccer is a 6 week class designed to gear kids to get ready for soccer and teach basic soccer skills by storytelling, imagination, and play. This is a soccer developmental program where kids can build confidence and self-esteem. Some parent participation may be required for kids ages 2.5-3. First half of class will focus on soccer activities and the second half of class will have kids play in a short sided game. Please Note: Arrive 15 minutes early to check in. Bring a large bottle of water and a size 3 soccer ball to each class. SHIN GUARDS MANDATORY. Cleats are optional.

Instructor: SportFit |Location: DCP CL # A B C D

Ages Day/s 2.5-3 W 2.5-3 W 4-6 W 4-6 W

Time Date Wks Fee* 5:30-6:30P 4/6-5/11 6 $75/85 5:30-6:30P 5/18-6/22 6 $75/85 6:30-7:30P 4/6-5/11 6 $75/85 6:30-7:30P 5/18-6/22 6 $75/85

TriFytt Basketball

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Come and join TriFytt Sports and learn or improve the skills needed to become a skillful basketball player. Kids will have a great time with friends and coaches. Everyone will receive a class shirt. All of TriFytt Sports staff are passionate and dedicated to impacting the lives of children through the median of sports.

Instructor: Trifytt Sports|Location: ARIS CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 3-5 Tu 6-9 Tu 10-14 Tu

Time Date Wks Fee* 5:00-5:45P 4/19-5/24 6 $69/79 6:00-6:45P 4/19-5/24 6 $69/79 7:00-8:00P 4/19-5/24 6 $69/79

TriFytt Tee-Ball

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Here is a great chance for kids to be introduced to tee-ball in a fun and safe environment while learning the basics of the game. Every child will also be given a class T-shirt.

Instructor: Trifytt Sports|Location: DCP CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 2-3.99 Th 3-5.99 Th 5-7.99 Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 5:30-6:00P 4/21-5/26 6 $69/79 6:00-6:45P 4/21-5/26 6 $69/79 7:00-7:45P 4/21-5/26 6 $69/79

Volleyball Skillz

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Join TriFytt Sports in our volleyball program and learn or improve the skills needed to become a skillful volleyball player. This program will focus on the fundamental skills of volleyball by using fun games and exercises, while also developing sportsmanship and character. Every participant receives a camp T-shirt. Please Note: No Class on 5/30

Instructor: Trifytt Sports|Location: ECC Gymnasium CL # A B

Ages Day/s 6-9 M 10-14 M

Time Date Wks Fee* 5:30-6:30P 4/18-6/13 9 $89/99 6:30-7:30P 4/18-6/13 9 $89/99

Multi-Sport

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Here is a great chance for kids to play their favorite sports all at one camp. This camp is designed to motivate children to be active and healthy while giving them the fundamental skills needed to succeed and grow in whichever sport they choose. Every child will be given a campT-shirt.

Instructor: Trifytt Sports|Location: DCP CL # A B

Ages 2-3 3-5

Day/s Sa Sa

Time Date Wks Fee* 11:00-11:30A 4/16-5/21 6 $69/79 11:30-12:15P 4/16-5/21 6 $89/99

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JCSD • Parks and Recreation Department


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Your child will have a great time playing Soccer while making new friend and also learning the benefits of sportsmanship, sharing, and teamwork. Everyone will receive team shirt and medal. 1st day will be practice and team assignments. Participants enrolled in under the age of 2 require parent participation.

Instructor: Trifytt Sports|Location: DCP CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 1.5-2 Sa 2-9 Sa 3-5 Sa

Time Date Wks Fee* 9:00-9:30A 4/16-5/21 6 $69/79 9:30-10:00A 4/16-5/21 6 $69/79 10:00-10:45A 4/16-5/21 6 $69/79

Youth Basketball Skills Class

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This Basketball clinic is designed for boys and girls 5-11. We will be introducing different techniques and drills. We will be teaching the fundamentals and promoting teamwork in a fun and exciting environment

Instructor: JCSD Staff|Location: ECC Gymnasium CL # A B

Ages 5-8 9-11

Day/s T/Th T/Th

Time 3:00-4:00P 4:00-5:00P

Date 3/29-4/21 3/29-4/21

Kenpo Kung Fu

Wks Fee* 4 $40/$50 4 $40/$50

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Join us for fun and functional self-defense for kids and teens. This program is designed to improve focus, awareness and confidence. Children will also gain balance, coordination, flexibility and strength. Subjects such as predators, stranger danger, and bully awareness/defense will be discussed and addressed. We use educational drills and activities to teach kids that staying alert will keep them safe. Traditional weapons will be covered beginning with padded nun-chucks. Our program is ongoing, beginning with white belt and gradually advancing to black belt./No Class on 5/26

Instuctor: Cesar Garcia|Location: ECC Activity Room CL # A B C D E F

Ages Day/s 6-9 M,W 6-9 M,W 6-9 M,W 10+ M,W 10+ M,W 10+ M,W

Time Date Wks Fee* 6:10-7:00P 4/4-4/27 4 $58/68 6:10-7:00P 5/2-5/25 4 $58/68 6:10-7:00P 6/6-6/29 4 $58/68 7:00-8:00P 4/4-4/27 4 $58/68 7:10-8:00P 5/2-5/25 4 $58/68 7:10-8:00P 6/6-6/29 4 $58/68

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

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Students are taught discipline through body movement, control and coordination. Balance is honed using drills, reflex through evasive games, motor skills through exercise and anti-abduction techniques through class discussion and activities. Please Note: A one-time uniform fee of $50 is due at 1st class meeting.

Instructor: Soke Will Cephas|Location: ECC Stage CL # A A1 A2 B B1 B2

Ages Day/s 4-8 Tu,Th 4-8 Tu,Th 4-8 Tu,Th 9-15 Tu,Th 9-15 Tu,Th 9-15 Tu,Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 3:00-3:45P 4/5-4/28 4 $60/70 3:00-3:45P 5/3-5/26 4 $60/70 3:00-3:45P 6/7-6/30 4 $60/70 3:00-3:45P 4/5-4/28 4 $60/70 3:00-3:45P 5/3-5/26 4 $60/70 3:00-3:45P 6/7-6/30 4 $60/70

Karate Ju-Jitsu

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Students are taught discipline through body movement, control and coordination. Balance is honed using drills, reflex through evasive games, motor skills through exercise and anti-abduction techniques through class discussion and activities. Please Note: A one-time uniform fee of $50 is due at 1st class meeting.

Instructor: Soke Will Cephas|Location: ECC Stage CL # A B C

Ages 16+ 16+ 16+

Day/s F F F

Time Date Wks Fee* 9:00-10:00A 4/8-4/29 4 $60/70 9:00-10:00A 5/6-5/27 4 $60/70 9:00-10:00A 6/3-6/24 4 $60/70

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PiYo Live

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Get drenched in strength with PiYo Live! PiYo Live is a high-intensity, low-impact bodyweight workout that combines the best of Pilates and yoga for a long, lean physique. Together, you’ll sculpt every muscle, improve flexibility, and burn away more calories than a traditional mind-body class. You’ll unleash your inner powerhouse and leave feeling refreshed, restored, and ready to conquer anything. Please bring a yoga mat, shoes optional

Instructor: Tobie Silva|Location: ECC Stage CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 14+ Th 14+ Th 14+ Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 6:30-7:30P 4/7-4/28 4 $45/55 6:30-7:30P 5/5-5/26 4 $45/55 6:30-7:30P 6/2-6/23 4 $45/55

Stretch and Strength

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A great class for the younger dancers trying to improve their flexibility and strength to aid in becoming a better dancer or just toned.

Instructor: Llorena Talley|Location: ECC Stage CL # A B

Ages Day/s 5-13 W 5-13 W

Martial Arts/Fitness

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Biddy Soccer

Time Date Wks Fee* 3:30-4:15P 4/6-5/18 7 $79/89 3:30-4:15P 6/8-6/29 4 $49/59

Cardio Dance Party

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Cardio Dance Party is a high energy high intensity workout combining easy to follow dance moves with all of your favorite boot camp drills set to current hip hop and EDM hits. So much fun you won’t realize how many calories you are burning!

Instructor: Bernadette Barber|Location: ECC Stage CL # A B C D E F

Ages Day/s 12+ M 12+ M 12+ M 12+ W 12+ W 12+ W

Time Date Wks Fee* 7:30-9:00P 4/4-4/25 4 $30/40 7:30-9:00P 5/2-5/30 5 $30/40 7:30-9:00P 6/6-6/27 4 $30/40 7:30-9:00P 4/6-4/27 4 $30/40 7:30-9:00P 5/4-5/25 4 $30/40 7:30-9:00P 6/1-6/29 5 $30/40

Zumba

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Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International music with fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. You’ll have fun dancing Latin moves to rhythms such as merengue, salsa, and reggaton, while burning calories. Come and join the dance party and see results!!!Please wear comfortable clothes and sneakers to class. Bring a small bottle of water and a towel.

Instructor: Joann Gallucci|Location: ECC Stage CL # A B C D E F

Ages Day/s 18+ Tu 18+ Tu 18+ Tu 18+ Th 18+ Th 18+ Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 7:45-8:45P 4/5-4/26 4 $45/55 7:45-8:45P 5/3-5/24 4 $45/55 7:45-8:45P 5/31-6/21 4 $45/55 7:45-8:45P 4/7-4/28 4 $45/55 7:45-8:45P 5/5-5/26 4 $45/55 7:45-8:45P 6/2-6/30 4 $45/55

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This class welcomes everybody regardless of fitness level or yoga experience. A fluid flow class that can be amped up or modified. Yoga provides strength mobility and helps with stress. Vinyasa flow is mainly taught in the class. Please Note: Bring a Yoga Mat, towel and water.

Instructor: Giving Tree Yoga|Location: HNC CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 14+ Th 14+ Th 14+ Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 8:00-8:55P 4/7-4/28 4 $55/65 8:00-8:55P 5/5-5/26 4 $55/65 8:00-8:55P 6/2-6/23 4 $55/65

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Babywearing Barre

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Babywearing Barre is a beautiful 45 minute class for mamas wearing their baby while incorporating ballet & barre fitness to contemporary music. Combining the beauty of ballet basics with the toning of mat Pilates and Barre fitness helps strengthen mama from the inside out! This is a great class for overall fun, toning of the body, bonding with baby, and meeting other moms. Moms use a yoga mat during a portion of the class with baby out to help with core muscles, balance, and strengthening. Moms must wear ballet shoes or Pilates toe socks.

Instructor: Melanie Durham|Location: ECC Stage CL # A B

Ages 18+ 18+

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Beginning Guitar

Time Date Wks 11:00-11:45A 4/21-5/19 5 11:00-11:45A 5/26-6/23 5

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Ever dream of playing an instrument? Learn to play guitar like your favorite Rockstar! No experience or equipment necessary. Like the hundreds of people in the program now, this is the most fun you’ll have learning to Rock!!!

Instructor: Rockstars of Tomorrow|Location: ECC Music Room CL # A B C

Ages 4+ 4+ 4+

Day/s Tu Tu Tu

Beginning Drums

Time Date Wks Fee* 6:30-7:15P 4/5-4/26 4 $80/90 6:30-7:15P 5/10-5/31 4 $80/90 6:30-7:15P 6/7-6/28 4 $80/90

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Ever dream of playing an instrument? Learn to play drums like your favorite Rockstar! No experience or equipment necessary. Like the hundreds of people in the program now, this is the most fun you’ll have learning to Rock!!!

Instructor: Rockstars of Tomorrow|Location: ECC Music Room CL # A B C

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Day/s Su Su Su

Time Date Wks Fee* 1:00-1:45P 4/3-4/24 4 $80/90 1:00-1:45P 5/8-5/22 3 $80/90 1:00-1:45P 6/5-6/26 4 $80/90

Beginning Voice

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Learn to sing like your favorite Rockstar! No experience or equipment necessary. This is the most fun you’ll have learning to Rock!!!

Instructor: Rockstars of Tomorrow|Location: ECC Music Room CL # A B C

Ages 4+ 4+ 4+

Day/s Th Th Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 6:30-7:15P 4/7-4/28 4 $80/90 6:30-7:15P 5/5-5/26 4 $80/90 6:30-7:15P 6/9-6/30 4 $80/90

MusicStar Keyboard - Adult

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Learn to play piano/ keyboard in this fun filled class. No previous music experience is necessary. Learn to read and play music and understand the basic concept of music theory. Keyboards are provided for classroom use. There is a $20 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Mike Boone|Location: ECC Music Room CL # A B

Ages Day/s 16+ W 16+ W

Time Date Wks Fee* 7:00-7:50P 4/6-5/11 6 $63/73 7:00-7:50P 5/25-6/29 6 $63/73

MusicStar Keyboard

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Learn to play piano/keyboard in this fun-filled class. Begin with no previous knowledge of music. Learn to read and play music and understand the basic concepts of music theory. Keyboards are provided for classroom use. There is a mandatory $20 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Mike Boone|Location: ECC Music Room CL # A B

Ages Day/s 8-15 W 8-15 W

Time Date Wks Fee* 6:00-6:50P 4/6-5/11 6 $63/73 6:00-6:50P 5/25-6/29 6 $63/73

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Instructor: Llorena Talley|Location: ECC Stage

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Students learn acrobatic techniques such as forward and backward rolls, cartwheels, handstands, backbends etc. A fun yet challenging class for boys and girls incorporated with various strengthening exercises. Activities include balance beam and mats. Improve flexibility, coordination and confidence. CL # Ages Day/s A 2-3 M A1 2-3 M A2 2-3 Th A3 2-3 Th B 4-6 M B1 4-6 M C 4-6 Th C1 4-6 Th D 7-13 M D1 7-13 M

Time Date Wks 5:00-5:45P 4/4-5/16 7 5:00-5:45P 6/6-6/27 4 10:30-11:15A 4/7-5/19 7 10:30-11:15A 6/9-6/30 4 5:45-6:30P 4/4-5/16 7 5:45-6:30P 6/6-6/27 4 9:00-9:45A 4/7-5/19 7 9:00-9:45A 6/9-6/30 4 6:30-7:15P 4/4-5/16 7 6:30-7:15P 6/6-6/27 4

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Instructor: Llorena Talley|Location: ECC Stage CL # Ages Day/s A 2-3 W A1 2-3 W B 4-6 W B1 4-6 W C 2-3 W C1 2-3 W D 4-6 W D1 4-6 W E 7-13 W E1 7-13 W

Time Date Wks Fee* 9:45-10:30A 4/6-5/18 7 $79/89 9:45-10:30A 6/5-6/29 4 $49/59 10:30-11:15A 4/6-5/18 7 $79/89 10:30-11:15A 6/8-6/29 4 $49/59 5:00-5:45P 4/6-5/18 7 $79/89 5:00-5:45P 6/8-6/29 4 $49/59 5:45-6:30P 4/6-5/18 7 $79/89 5:45-6:30P 6/8-6/29 4 $49/59 6:30-7:15P 4/6-5/18 7 $79/89 6:30-7:15P 6/8-6/29 4 $49/59

Creative Movement/Parent & Me

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Exercise your child’s body and mind! A fun class designed for youngsters in which a guardian participates in the class. Introduces your child to an educational and structured class exploring the basics of dance. Activities include gymnastics, sports, musical instruments, colors, shapes, singing and creative thinking. Movement is incorporated with various skills to improve listening and following directions, motor and social skills, coordination, confidence and independence. Great for boys and girls! A great time to bond with your child. Please Note: Parent Participation required./No Class on 5/28

Instructor: Llorena Talley|Location: ECC Stage CL # A B C D

Ages Day/s 1-3 M 1-3 M 1-3 Th 1-3 Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 4:15-5:00P 4/4-5/16 7 $79/89 4:15-5:00P 6/6-6/27 4 $49/59 9:45-10:30A 4/7-5/19 7 $79/89 9:45-10:30A 6/9-6/30 4 $49/59

Hip Hop Dance

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Love to Dance? A fun, high energy class for everyone! Learn the latest hip dance styles accompanied by R&B, pop and rap oriented music. Look like your favorite artist in their latest music video. Gain confidence, coordination, musicality, and a sense of personal style through self-expression. Class consists of warm up/ stretching, travelling movements and a routine/dance. Great for both boys and girls!

Instructor: Llorena Talley|Location: ECC Stage CL # A A1 B B1 C C1

Ages Day/s 4-6 W 4-6 W 4-6 Tu 4-6 Tu 7-13 Tu 7-13 Tu

Time Date Wks Fee* 9:00-9:45A 4/6-5/18 7 $79/89 9:00-9:45A 6/8-6/29 4 $49/59 5:00-5:45P 4/5-5/17 7 $79/89 5:00-5:45P 6/7-6/28 4 $49/59 5:45-6:30P 4/5-5/17 7 $79/89 5:45-6:30P 6/7-6/28 4 $49/59

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A fun class to introduce your little dancer the ballet and tap basics, first half is ballet, consists of stretching, traveling and ballet techniques. The second half of the class is music making, rhytmic tap dance, instills grace, coordination, listening and following direction skills, gain strength and flexibility. CL # Ages Day/s A 2-3 Th A1 2-3 Th B 4-6 Th B1 4-6 Th C 7-13 Th C1 7-13 Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 5:00-5:45P 4/7-5/19 7 $79/89 5:00-5:45P 6/9-6/30 4 $49/59 5:45-6:30P 4/7-5/19 7 $79/89 5:45-6:30P 6/9-6/30 4 $49/59 6:30-7:15P 4/7-5/19 7 $79/89 6:30-7:15P 6/9-6/30 4 $49/59

Yoga & Tumbling

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Classes introduce children to basic yoga poses, combined with relaxation and breathing techniques using age-appropriate music, affirmation, and meditation. These fundamentals of yoga are introduced with the use of animal imagery. Children will benefit by building concentration, relaxation skills, coordination, selfconfidence and imagination, all in a positive atmosphere.

Instructor: Darlene Hernandez|Location: ECC Stage CL # A B C

Ages 3-8 3-8 3-8

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Baton Twirling

Time Date Wks Fee* 9:30-10:15A 4/2-4/30 5 $44/54 9:30-10:15A 5/7-5/28 4 $44/54 9:30-10:15A 6/4-6/25 4 $44/54

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Baton twirling is a great sport for the youth of today. Participants will develop their motor skills and learn discipline, self-confidence, and teamwork. We march in parades and do special performances. It’s Fun!

Instructor: Ellen Gailing|Location: ECC Stage CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 7-15 Th 7-15 Th 7-15 Th

Time Date 5:00-6:00P 4/7-4/28 5:00-6:00P 5/5-5/26 5:00-6:00P 6/2-6/23

Jazz

Wks Fee* 4 $28/38 4 $28/38 4 $28/38

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A fun class in which jazz techniques are introduced through warm up, stretches, traveling movements, jumps, kicks and turns, an exciting dance routine usually with upbeat music. Gain strength, flexibility, balance musicality, coordination, and body placement.

Instructor: Llorena Talley|Location: ECC Stage CL # A A1

Ages Day/s 5-13 Tu 5-13 Tu

Time Date Wks Fee* 4:15-5:00P 4/5-5/17 7 $79/89 4:15-5:00P 6/7-6/28 4 $49/59

Tap Dance

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A fun class for boys and girls to make music and rhythms with their feet! Class includes warm up, traveling movements, and a dance. Promotes coordination, confidence, balance, and increases stamina while having fun!

Instructor: Llorena Talley|Location: HNC CL # A B

Ages Day/s 5-13 Th 5-13 Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 4:15-5:00P 4/7-519 7 $79/89 4:15-5:00P 6/9-6/30 4 $49/59

Bollywood Dance

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In this Beginner lever class students will learn concepts of Bollywood dancing and a high energy ready to perform Bollywood Dance routine. This class is designed with emphasis on developing the child’s ability to learn choreography and execute it with precision and a fun filled process/No Class on 5/30

Instructor: Nahid Khan|Location: HNC CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 5-14 M 5-14 M 5-14 M

Time Date 5:00-6:00P 4/4-4/25 5:00-6:00P 5/2-5/30 5:00-6:00P 6/6-6/27

Wks Fee* 4 $55/65 5 $55/65 4 $55/65

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A fun class which blends ballet and jazz techniques. Lyrical or interpretive dance explores movement in an expressive form usually to the lyrics to a song. Dancers are introduced with warm up, stretches, traveling movements, jumps, kicks and turns and a dance/piece. Gain flexibility, confidence, musicality, coordination, grace, strength and emotional expression.

Instructor: Llorena Talley|Location: ECC Stage CL # A B

Ages Day/s 5-13 W 5-13 W

Time Date Wks Fee* 4:15-5:00P 4/6-5/18 7 $79/89 4:15-5:00P 6/8-6/29 4 $49/59

Dance Recital

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A star is born! This is your opportunity to dance on stage and perform for all. Rehearsal classes are held on Fridays for 30 minutes in 7 weeks/classes to learn the dance. Showtime will be on Saturday, June 4 @ 12:30p, on the ECC Stage. Rehearsal held from 9a-11a day of recital. Instructor requires dancers to register and participate in technique class during the week. There’s a required costume fee of $45 plus tight/shoes to the instructor to purchase. Shoes and accessories are optional.

Instructor: Llorena Talley|Location: ECC Stage CL # Ages A Ballet 2-3 B Ballet 3-5 C Hip Hop 3-5 D Lyrical 5-13 E Ballet 5-13 F Hip Hop 5-13 G Jazz 5-13 H Musical 5-13 Theatre

Day/s F F F F F F F F

Time 4:00-4:30P 4:00-4:30P 4:30-5:00P 5:00-5:30P 5:30-6:00P 6:00-6:30P 6:30-7:00P 7:00-7:30P

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Musical Theatre

Wks 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

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Sing, dance and act! A fun class that incorporates all aspects of the theater, similar to a broadway show, play, musical or the hit show glee!

Instructor: Llorena Talley|Location: ECC Stage CL # A A 1

Ages Day/s 5-13 Tu 5-13 Tu

Time Date Wks Fee* 6:30-7:15P 4/5-5/17 7 $79/89 6:30-7:15P 6/6-6/27 4 $49/59

Line Dance

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Students will learn basic, popular soul line dances (Electric Slide, Cupid Shuffle, The Wobble, Sylky Slide and many others--there are over 150!) that are performed to Motown, R&B, Gospel, Salsa, Jazz and Country music throughout the nation at “the club”, family reunions, wedding receptions, and retirement parties. No partner is needed for this low-impact exercise for the mind and body

Instructor: Heart & Soul Line Dance Staff|Location: HNC CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 18+ Tu 18+ Tu 18+ Tu

Time Date Wks 5:30-7:00P 4/5-4/26 4 5:30-7:00P 5/3-5/24 4 5:30-7:00P 6/7-6/28 4

Parent and Me Art

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Parents and kids can learn a variety of art such as make and take play-doh, finger puppets, and art projects for art appreciation, learning development, and creative fun! Please Note: There is a $10 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C

Ages 3+ 3+ 3+

Day/s Tu Tu Tu

Time Date 10:00-10:50A 4/5-4/26 10:00-10:50A 5/3-5/24 10:00-10:50A 6/7-6/28

Wks 4 4 4

Fee* $39/49 $39/49 $39/49

Special Needs Art

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Everyone has the ability to express themselves. In this class we will explore things like drawing, painting, clay and other materials. If you have someone in your life with Special needs bring them to this class. We’ll be able to make fun art! It would also be a great place to make friends and connections with others. This is a class where participation from all members is welcome. Please Note: A $15 material fee due at first class meeting.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C

Ages 5+ 5+ 5+

Day/s M M M

Time Date Wks 4:00-4:50P 4/4-4/25 4 4:00-4:50P 5/2-5/23 4 4:00-4:50P 6/6-6/27 4

Grandparent & Me Color

Fee* $39/49 $39/39 $39/39

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Grandparents and kids can learn a variety of art such as make and take play-doh, finger puppets, and art projects for art appreciation, learning development, and creative fun. Please Note: There will be a $10 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C

Ages 3+ 3+ 3+

Day/s Tu Tu Tu

Time Date 11:00-11:50A 4/5-4/26 11:00-11:50A 5/3-5/24 11:00-11:50A 6/7-6/28

Grandparent & Me Clay

Wks 4 4 4

Fee* $39/49 $39/49 $39/49

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This class will present the opportunity for grandparents and kids to work with selfdrying clays to develop, build and paint colorful clay projects using slab and other methods. This class is great for beginners as well as the seasoned artist. Special needs also welcomed. Parent participation may be required. Please Note: There will be a $10 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C

Ages 3+ 3+ 3+

Day/s Tu Tu Tu

Time Date 12:00-12:50P 4/5-4/26 12:00-12:50P 5/3-5/24 12:00-12:50P 6/7-6/28

Paint, Paste, & Pour

Wks 4 4 4

Fee* $39/49 $39/49 $39/49

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In this class children will get messy with paint, glue and various other sticky materials as they make cool crafts and projects to take home. Please Note: There is a mandatory $15 material fee due at the first class meeting to the instructor. Dress for a mess. No parent participation required.

Instructor: Edna Martinez|Location: ECC Activity Room CL # A

Ages Day/s 3-6 Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 4:30-5:20P 5/5-5/26 4 $39/49

Sparkle, Shine & Glitter

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Let your inner artist shine and create art that wows! In this multidisciplinary, tactile adventure children will explore a variety of media and techniques to make projects that glimmer and glow. Inspired by science and art, they will be doing cosmic silly putty and faux stained glass with different geometric shapes to capture and reflect light through their sassy designs. Budding artist will enjoy a pinch of sneaky learning and a lot of glitter.

Instructor: Edna Martinez|Location: ECC Activity Room CL # A B C

Ages 3-6 3-6 3-6

Day/s W W W

Time Date Wks 4:30-5:20P 4/6-4/27 4 4:30-5:20P 5/4-5/25 4 4:30-5:20P 6/1-6/22 4

Colorful Science

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It’s an explosion of colorful fun! Children will explore the vibrant primary colors of red, blue, and yellow science experiments, crafts, songs, and stories. Get down and dirty making play-dough, colorful hand prints, glow in the dark slime, and more! This is an ongoing program. Please Note: There is a mandatory $15 fee due at the first class meeting to the instructor. Dress for a mess. No parent participation required.

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Cultivate the artist in your child/children using natural and organic materials. Help your little one learn that getting messy can be fun. Children will create gardening projects they can be proud of. Please Note: There is a $15-$20 (based on project) material fee due at the first class meeting

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Ages 2-6 2-6 2-6 2-6 2-6 2-6

Day/s Tu Tu Tu Sa Sa Sa

Time Date Wks Fee* 8:30-9:30A 4/5-4/26 4 $39/49 8:30-9:30A 5/10-5/31 4 $39/49 8:30-9:30A 6/7-6/28 4 $39/49 8:30-9:30A 4/9-4/30 4 $39/49 8:30-9:30A 5/7-5/28 4 $39/39 8:30-9:30A 6/4-6/25 4 $39/49

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Learn the secrets of cartoon drawing and create your very own cartoon story in this unique arts class. Students will learn to draw cartoon characters and other elements and will create their own story ideas and turn them into actual cartoons!

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 6-12 W 6-12 W 6-12 W

Time Date Wks Fee* 3:00-3:50P 4/6-4/27 4 $39/49 3:00-3:50P 5/4-5/25 4 $39/49 3:00-3:50P 6/8-6/29 4 $39/49

Let’s Paint

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Create bright, bold and beautiful paintings in this popular class. Learn painting and color mixing techniques. Use a variety of tools: brushes, palette knives, sponges, etc. for interesting effects. Paint several full color paintings on quality artists’ paper and two paintings on canvas. Students choose their own subject matter for each painting. Special needs also welcomed. Parent participation may be required. Please Note: There is a $15 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C D E F

Ages Day/s 6-12 Tu 6-12 Tu 6-12 Tu 18+ Th 18+ Th 18+ Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 4:00-4:50P 4/5-4/26 4 $39/49 4:00-4:50P 5/3-5/24 4 $39/49 4:00-4:50P 6/7-6/28 4 $39/49 8:00-8:50P 4/7-4/28 4 $39/49 8:00-8:50P 5/5-5/26 4 $39/49 8:00-8:50P 6/9-6/30 4 $39/49

Model Treehouse Architecture

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In this class you will develop your ideas, plans and drawings for your fantasy treehouse. We will take inspiration from fabulous treehouse architecture and other interesting architecture from around the world. You will be able to complete a small model treehouse in great detail. Focus on both the exterior and interior. Treehouses can be space age and futuristic, or more like a house for a garden fairy. What features will your treehouse have? Perhaps you’ll design a moat, a swing, stained glass windows, an elevator, a moon roof? Your imagination can go wild in this terrific hands-on class. Please Note: There is a $15 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A A1 A2

Ages Day/s 6-16 Tu 6-16 Tu 6-16 Tu

Time Date Wks Fee* 5:00-5:50P 4/5-4/26 4 $39/49 5:00-5:50P 5/3-5/24 4 $39/49 5:00-5:50P 6/7-6/28 4 $39/49

Advanced Drawing

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Greatly improve your drawing skills. Learn to create more realism and threedimensionality in your work. Focus on perspective, composition and shading techniques. Work with a variety of subjects (still life, nature, human form, animals, architecture, etc.) while building an art portfolio. Students will be encouraged to take risks and stretch their abilities while developing their own individual style and creative approach. We will work both with a studio setting and photos.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 13-18 Th 13-18 Th 13-18 Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 2:00-2:50P 4/7-4/28 4 $39/49 2:00-2:50P 5/5-5/26 4 $39/49 2:00-2:50P 6/9-6/30 4 $39/49

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Inventor Artists

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This class provides children with a fabulous way to get their creative juices flowing through a fun and playful experience. Investigate Leonardo Da Vinci’s inventions and his art. Analyze his inventions like the bicycle, catapult, and flying machines. Brainstorm and collaborate to come up with new and creative ideas for machines and other inventions. Build prototypes using a variety of tools and materials provided. Develop snazzy names for your inventions and create television-style advertisements for selling your new exciting products! Please Note: There will be a $10 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 6-13 Th 6-13 Th 6-13 Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 3:00-3:50P 4/7-4/28 4 $39/49 3:00-3:50P 5/5-5/26 4 $39/49 3:00-3:50P 6/9-6/30 4 $39/49

Pastels 225015

Build large, colorful floral, still life’s, and portraits using pastel techniques in soft and oil pastel. Please Note: There is a $10 material fee due at the first class meeting

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A A2 A3

Ages Day/s 6-12 Th 6-12 Th 6-12 Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 4:00-4:50P 4/7-4/28 4 $39/49 4:00-4:50P 5/5-5/26 4 $39/49 4:00-4:50P 6/9-6/30 4 $39/49

Clay of all types

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Build and decorate bird houses, jewelry and sculptures using various clays and techniques such as slab, coil, and faux techniques. Polymer, self-drying clays and paint will be used. All supplies are included. Please Note: $15 material fee due at the first class meeting

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Drawing 225024 Dinosaur & Mummy Artifacts Greatly improve your drawing skills. Learn to create more realism and threedimensionality in your work. Focus on perspective, composition and shading techniques. Work with a variety of subjects (still life, nature, human form, animals, architecture, etc.) while building an art portfolio. Students will be encouraged to take risks and stretch their abilities while developing their own individual style and creative approach. We will work both with a studio setting and photos.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 6-12 Tu 6-12 Tu 6-12 Tu

Time Date 3:00-3:50P 4/5-4/26 3:30-3:50P 5/3-5/24 3:00-3:50P 6/7-6/28

Let’s Design

Wks Fee* 4 $39/49 4 $39/49 4 $39/49

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Have you ever wanted to be a fashion, interior, or product designer? This fun class will teach the basics of line, color, form, textures and shape. Make concept sketches and learn about fashion in this fun and engaging class. Learn how fabrics drape and move, and react when worn to create a signature style. Please note: There is a $10 material fee due on the first day of class.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 6-12 Tu 6-12 Tu 6-12 Tu

Time Date 6:00-6:50P 4/5-4/26 6:00-6:50P 5/3-5/24 6:00-6:50P 6/7-6/28

Stickers & Stencils

Wks Fee* 4 $39/49 4 $39/49 4 $39/49

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In this class you will explore the street art and movements and gain inspiration to develop your own unique style by creating a work of original art. Learn about contemporary collage artists such as, Banksy, Alexandre Orion, and Keith Haring, whose work has moved out of the streets and into fine galleries. Try out and combine various materials and techniques such as stenciling, stickers, wood block printing, marker pens, fine brush detailing, air brush, reverse street art and much more. Special needs also welcomed. Parent participation may be required. Please Note: There will be a $15 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A A1 A2

Ages Day/s 10-18 Tu 10-18 Tu 10-18 Tu

Time Date Wks Fee* 7:00-7:50P 4/5-4/26 4 $39/49 7:00-7:50P 5/3-5/24 4 $39/49 7:00-7:50P 6/7-6/28 4 $39/49

Jewelry Making

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Cultivate the Indiana Jones or paleontologist in your child/children using natural and organic materials. Your child will create unique anthropology or paleontology projects. The class will enhance academic success. Special needs also welcomed. There is a $15.00-20.00 (based on project) material fee due at first class meeting.

Instructor: Roslynn Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C D E F

Ages Day/s 3-12 F 3-12 F 3-12 F 3-12 Sa 3-12 Sa 3-12 Sa

Time Date Wks 5:00-5:50P 4/8-4/29 4 5:00-5:50P 5/6-5/27 4 5:00-5:50P 6/3-6/24 4 10:00-10:50A 4/9-4/30 4 10:00-10:50A 5/7-5/28 4 10:00-10:50A 6/4-6/25 4

Art 101

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This class gives all artistic skill leveled participants the opportunity to explore the various options that art can provide. Develop watercolor, zoetrope animation, drawings, quilling, etching, zentangle, etc. Projects to take home at the end of class. Special needs also welcomed. Please Note: There will be a $10 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 6-13 Th 6-13 Th 6-13 Th

Time Date Wks 5:00-5:50P 4/7-4/28 4 5:00-5:50P 5/5-5/26 4 5:00-5:50P 6/9-6/30 4

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C

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Time Date Wks 3:00-3:50P 4/4-4/25 4 3:00-3:50P 5/2-5/23 4 3:00-3:50P 6/6-6/27 4

Crochet 101

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Students will learn the basic techniques such as slip knot, foundation chain, single crochet, turning chain, reading instructions, and gouge. Students will be able to complete two projects and gain the skill to create their own.

Instructor: Edna Martinez|Location: ECC Activity Room CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 18+ Th 18+ Th 18+ Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 5:30-6:20P 4/7-4/28 4 $39/49 5:30-6:20P 5/5-5/26 4 $39/49 5:30-6:20P 6/2-6/23 4 $39/49

Make handmade beads and arrange them to make various custom jewelry as well as using buttons, and recycled items to develop fun and exciting, one of a kind, jewelry. Learn to make many types of sculptures while exploring different techniques and Please Note: There is a $20 material fee due at the first class meeting. mediums. Go home each week with a new piece. Learn the ways an artist makes a Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room sculpture. Please bring objects each week to piece together and make new pieces. CL # Ages Day/s Time Date Wks Fee* A 6-13 W 4:00-4:50P 4/6-4/27 4 $39/49 There is a $20 material fee due at the first class meeting.

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Ages Day/s 6-14 F 6-14 F 6-14 F 14-18 F 14-18 F 14-18 F

Time Date Wks 3:00-3:50P 4/8-4/29 4 3:00-3:50P 5/6-5/27 4 3:00-3:50P 6/3-6/24 4 4:00-4:50P 4/8-4/29 4 4:00-4:50P 5/6-5/27 4 4:00-4:50P 6/3-6/24 4

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Children will have a terrific time learning chemistry concepts in a fun and handson atmosphere. Projects include making silly putty, ice cream, and more. Learning concepts include atoms and bonding, acids and bases, polymer chemistry, reactions, density, and more. This is an ongoing program with new experiments every month.

Instructor: Edna Martinez|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 6-12 W 6-12 W 6-12 W

Amazing Science

Time Date Wks 5:30-6:20P 4/6-4/27 4 5:30-6:20P 5/4-5/25 4 5:30-6:20P 6/1-6/22 4

Fee* $39/49 $39/49 $39/49

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Back by popular demand!!! The best of Volcanoes and Things that go BOOM!, Science Bonanza and Icky Creepy, Just Plain Gross Science classes, All in One. Dont miss the fun, limited space. Please Note: There is a material fee of $15 due at the first class meeting to the instructor. Dress for a mess. No parent participation required.

Instructor: Edna Martinez|Location: ECC Activity Room CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 6-12 Tu 6-12 Tu 6-12 Tu

Time Date Wks 4:30-5:30P 4/5-4/26 4 4:30-5:30P 5/3-5/24 4 4:30-5:30P 6/7-6/28 4

Telugu

Fee* $39/49 $39/49 $39/49

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Pravesam is an interactive first level Telugu language class. Students will learn Telugu alphabets in a play full way, colors, rhymes and stories

Instructor: Bhaskara Undi|Location: ECC Meeting Room CL # Ages A Pravesam 5-18.99 B Prasunam 5-18.99 C Prakasm 5-18.99

Day/s F F F

Time 7:00-9:00P 7:00-9:00P 7:00-9:00P

Date 4/1-5/27 4/1-5/27 4/1-5/27

Beginning Chinese

Wks 9 9 9

Fee* $10/20 $10/20 $10/20

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This course is designed for beginners who have little to no knowledge of Chinese. Beginning Chinese students will develop a strong foundation of basic spoken Chinese before exploring the written language in future courses. Through skits, group activities, grammar and pronunciation drills, as well as cultural lessons, students develop a well-rounded understanding of the Chinese language and basic knowledge of Chinese culture.

Instructor: Amy Huang|Location: ECC Music Room CL # A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 B3

Ages 7-12 7-12 7-12 13-17 13-17 13-17

Day/s Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

Time 3:00-3:50P 3:00-3:50P 3:00-3:50P 4:00-4:50P 4:00-4:50P 4:00-4:50P

Date 4/5-4/28 5/3-5/26 5/31-6/23 4/5-4/28 5/3-5/26 5/31-6/23

Wks 4 4 4 4 4 4

Fee* $120/130 $120/130 $120/130 $120/130 $120/130 $120/130

Adult Chinese

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This course is designed for beginners who have little to no knowledge of Chinese. Beginning Chinese students will develop a strong foundation of basic spoken Chinese before exploring the written language in future courses. Through skits, group activities, grammar and pronunciation drills, as well as cultural lessons, students develop a well-rounded understanding of the Chinese language and basic knowledge of Chinese culture.

Instructor: Amy Huang|Location: ECC Activity Room CL # A B C

Ages 18+ 18+ 18+

Day/s Sa Sa Sa

Time Date Wks Fee* 3:30-5:30P 4/9-4/30 4 $120/130 3:30-5:30P 5/7-5/28 4 $120/130 3:30-5:30P 6/4-6/25 4 $120/130

Kidz Night Out!

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Drop your kidz off with us for an action packed night of LEGO® fun! The evening is full of LEGO® building, challenges, games, play, food, and more! Cheese pizza and drinks will be provided.

Instructor: Bricks 4 Kids|Location: ECC Music Room CL # A B

Ages Day/s 5-12 F 5-12 F

Time Date Wks Fee* 6:00-9:00P 4/29-4/29 1 $30/40 6:00-9:00P 5/27-5/27 1 $30/40

Bricks 4 Kids Transportation Time! w/Lego

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Explore the history of transportation from horse and buggy and trains to the development of the automobile and flight. Each lesson introduces terminology related to each mode of transportation, like “lift and propulsion” for the airplane. Lots of building fun ahead with motorized models of a train, car, dragster and airplane. These models rock, roll and spin! Your child can follow our step-by-step model plans to create their vehicle, then customize it to their own specifications and take their mini-figure for a ride! Each student will receive a customized minifigure

Instructor: Bricks 4 Kids |Location: ECC Music Room CL # A .

Ages Day/s 5-12 Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 5:15-6:15P 4/21-5/26 6 $78/88

Worlds of Amusement

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“Worlds of Amusement” camp takes you on a thrilling adventure building amusement park themed models. Spend time visiting the Wizard World by building your favorite wizard and his magical owl! Build and give your despicable minion characters a thrilling roller coaster ride! Get your amusement park ticket stamped as you turn games, food, rides and attractions into exciting model builds! All this and more awaits at Bricks 4 Kidz Worlds of Amusement Camp!

Instructor: Bricks for Kids|Location: ECC Activity Room CL # A

Ages Day/s 5-12 Sa

Time Date Wks Fee* 9:00-12:00P 4/23-4/23 1 $42/52

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Chemical Magic

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Angry Birds is a game about catapulting birds to knock over structures to earn points. Experience the thrill of Angry Birds by building different birds with LEGO® bricks in this fun camp! Students will build the birds, launch them through the air, build racing karts for them, and more! Students will face new challenges each day, building models and motor-powered machines for their creations. Snack and drinks provided.

Instructor: Bricks 4 Kids|Location: ECC Activity Room CL # A

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Ages Day/s 6-15 Sa

Time Date Wks Fee* 9:00-12:00P 5/21-5/21 1 $42/52

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Online Driver’s Ed

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DMV allows teens to receive their Learner’s Permit at age 15 ½ and a license at age 16. This class is the FIRST, required step that must be completed. This is an online course with videos, animated driving scenario and sample test questions. Learn the rules of the road, major causes of traffic collisions, DMV procedures, etc. A licensed instructor is available to answer any questions. Receive DMV- approved certificate of completion. Sign up any time. Registration is ongoing.

Instructor: Erika Vieyra|Location: ONLINE CL # A B C

Ages 15+ 15+ 15+

Day/s M-Su M-Su M-Su

Time Date 12:00-12:00A 4/1-4/30 12:00-12:00A 5/1-5/31 12:00-12:00A 6/1-6/30

Stop Motion Animation

Wks 5 5 5

Fee* $43/53 $43/53 $43/43

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Movieworkz offers a unique opportunity to explore stop motion animation production. Students will learn about image capturing video recording techniques and more. Students will write, create and film their own productions. Cameras and computers are provided for classroom use. Please note: $20 material fee due at the first class session

Instructor: Mike Boone|Location: ECC Music Room CL # B

Ages Day/s 8-15 W

Time Date Wks Fee* 4:00-4:50P 4/6-5/11 6 $63/73

CPR and AED Adult, Child, and Infant

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Instructor: Alicia Drozd|Location: ECC Activity Room Ages Day/s 11+ Sa 11+ Th

Time Date 8:30-12:00P 5/7 5:30-9:00P 6/30

Jr Chef Masters

Wks Fee* 1 $39/49 1 $39/49

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In this class we will start with the basics of food safety and sanitation then follow with education in international cuisine and dessert making. When your child finishes this program they will be more comfortable in the kitchen and more willing to help.

Instructor: Jade Sigurdson|Location: ECC - ECC Kitchen CL # A B

Ages Day/s 5-12 Tu 5-12 Tu

Time Date Wks Fee* 4:30-6:00P 4/5-4/26 4 $100/110 4:30-6:00P 5/2-5/23 4 $100/110

Video Game Design

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You play them now learn how to program them. Working in teams students will create and develop their own video games that they can take home and play. Computers will be provided for classroom use. Please Note: $20 material fee due at the first class session.

Instructor: Creative Brain Learning|Location: ECC Music Room CL # Ages Day/s A 8-15 W Intermediate B 8-15 W

Time Date Wks Fee* 5:00-5:50P 4/6-5/11 6 $63/73 5:00-5:50P 5/25-6/29 6 $63/73

Babysitter - CPR & First Aid

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During the Electrical Engineering classes, students use the Engineering Design Process to design, create, test, and refine basic electronics and circuits. Students will experiment and discover the capabilities of major electronic components by building flashlights, wind turbines, electro magnets and more. Please note: There is a $20 materials fee, due at first meeting.

Instructor: Engineering for Kids |Location: HNC CL # A

Ages Day/s Time Date Wks Fee* 7-14 Tu,Th 4:00-5:30P 5/31-6/9 2 $90/100

Battle Bots-Parents & Me Battle

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Are you ready to battle? Kids grab your Mom or Dad and come battle other families! This is a great opportunity to experience an Engineering For Kids program and share the experience with your kids. This class is perfect for young engineers and families that are looking for a fun experience together. Registration is by Family Unit. Please only 1 registration per family (Do not sign up and pay for each child). One Family is 1 parent and up to two children (up to 3 people for $35).

Instructor: Engineering for Kids |Location: ECC- Activity Room CL # A B

Ages Day/s 4-14 Sa 4-14 Sa

Time Date Wks Fee* 3:00-4:30P 4/9-4/9 1 $35/45 3:00-4:30P 5/14-5/14 1 $35/45

Mechatronics 227025

Don’t miss a beat and increase the number of people “Stayin’ Alive.” American Heart Association Heartsaver card valid for 2 years. Approved for teachers and daycare providers, but not medical professionals. There is a material fee of $31 due to the instructor and a self-addressed stamped envelope. Advanced registration required. CL # B C

Electrified Engineer

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Explore the basics of Mechatronics Engineering (an exciting blend of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering) and logic based programming as students use littlebits® and work together to design gadgets, tools, and machines to solve the problems they will encounter on this journey.

Instructor: Engineering for Kids |Location: ECC- Activity Room CL # A

Ages Day/s 7-14 W

Time Date Wks Fee* 4:00-5:30P 5/4-5/25 4 $90/100

Platform Design

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Imagination drives this exploration into the world of Engineers. Unlike other branches of Engineering, the Game Designer can dream up their own worlds and their own physics, they are not bound by real world issues. In this class kids will be introduced to game design and will use the engineering design process to guide them as they build their own video game. Follow the style of Mario and Luigi as you explore

Instructor: Engineering for Kids |Location: ECC- Activity Room CL # A

Ages Day/s 7-14 W

Time Date Wks Fee* 4:00-6:00P 4/6-4/27 4 $110/120

Learn to Skate

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Learn the basics of skating using either quad skates or inline skates. Skates are provided for those needing skates. it.

Instructor: The Rinks |Location: RINK - The Rinks CL # A

Ages Day/s 3-14 Tu

Time Date Wks Fee* 4:30-5:30P 5/3-5/24 4 $40/50

Hockey Imitation

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Learn the basics hockey, such as passing, shooting, and stick handling. Rental gear is provided along with skate rentals.

Instructor: The Rinks |Location: RINK - The Rinks CL # A

Ages Day/s 3-14 Tu

Time Date Wks Fee* 4:30-5:30P 5/3-5/24 4 $40/50

Impress employing parents with your American Heart Association CPR and pediatric first aid certifications, organizational skills, and ability to safely care, and entertain children. A $41 materials fee is paid to the instructor for the training supplies, workbook, and binder. Please bring a self-addressed, stamped envelope and lunch. Advance registration is required.

Instructor: Alicia Drozd|Location: ECC Activity Room CL # A B

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Time Date 830-4:00P 5/7 830-4:00P 6/30

Wks Fee* 1 $49/59 1 $49/59

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Ch il d Baby Signing Time

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Have fun bonding with your child while you both learn American Sign Language (ASL). Each class combines music, movement, games, and ASL to help your child communicate with you while reducing frustrations and tantrums. It is recommended that all sections be taken for the full scope of the class and they may be taken in any order. Children and parents of all abilities and hearing levels are welcome!

Instructor: Anna Larson Kernes | Location: HNC CL # A B C

Ages 0-3 0-3 0-3

Day/s F F F

Time Date Wks Fee* 9:30-10:15A 4/8-4/29 4 $50/60 9:30-10:15A 5/6-5/27 4 $50/60 9:30-10:15A 6/3-6/24 4 $50/60

Spanish for Kids

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This beginner’s class is for kids who enjoy interactive and hands on learning. This is a dual immersion fun class. Different topics that interest the child will be introduced through stories, sing along, writing, games, and in combination with an art project. The goal of this class is to expand their vocabulary and encourage them to use Spanish words more often at their own pace. Please Note: There is a $15 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Edna Martinez | Location: ECC- Music Room/ Activity Room CL # A1 B1

Ages 6-12 6-12

Day/s Tu Tu

Time 5:30-7:20P 5:30-7:20P

Date 4/5-5/10 5/17-6/21

Wks Fee* 6 $125/135 6 $125/135

Reading & Math for Pre-K

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Get ready for Kindergarten! This Sound-Start Program incorporates phonics, individualized leveled reading, math and spelling instruction specifically designed for preschoolers. Parent participation is required.

Instructor: Read Write | Location: ECC Activity Room CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 3.5-5 Tu,Th 3.5-5 Tu,Th 3.5-5 Tu,Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 2:40-3:25P 4/5-4/21 3 $79/89 2:40-3:25P 5/3-5/19 3 $79/89 2:40-3:25P 5/31-6/16 3 $79/89

Math Solutions

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This class identifies skill gaps. Reinforces primary facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division), fraction operations, prime numbers, factoring concepts, decimals, algebra, geometry skills, and increased confidence.

Instructor: Read Write | Location: ECC Activity Room CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 6.5-12 Tu,Th 6.5-12 Tu,Th 6.5-12 Tu,Th

Time Date 5:10-5:55P 4/5-4/21 5:10-5:55P 5/3-5/19 5:10-5:55P 5/31-6/16

Wks 3 3 3

Fee* $79/89 $79/89 $79/89

Reading Solutions

Individualized to your student’s needs. Specially trained teachers test, structure, and implement your child’s program. Interactive audio lessons, skill cards, worksheets, and short stories assist the student along the path of reading mastery.

Instructor: Read Write | Location: ECC Activity Room

Grade K-1 CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 4.5-6.5 Tu,Th 4.5-6.5 Tu,Th 4.5-6.5 Tu,Th

Grade 2-6 CL # A B C

Time 3:30-4:15P 3:30-4:15P 3:30-4:15P

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Date Wks 4/5-4/21 3 5/3-5/19 3 5/31-6/16 3

Fee* $79/89 $79/89 $79/89

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Ages Day/s 6.5-12 Tu,Th 6.5-12 Tu,Th 6.5-12 Tu,Th

Time Date 4:20-5:05P 4/5-4/21 4:20-5:05P 5/3-5/19 4:20-5:05P 5/31-6/16

Wks 3 3 3

Fee* $79/89 $79/89 $79/89

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Tiny Tots

This is a fun way to introduce young children to the schedules and structure of a classroom. This class is designed to promote early socialization skills, provide opportunity to discuss early childhood issues and inspire creativity. We will also encourage the use of both large and small motor skills through music, movement and crafts. Parent participation is not required but participants must be potty trained. No Class on 5/26

Instructor: JCSD Staff|Location: HNC - Neighborhood Center CL # A B C D E F G H I J K L

Ages 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 2-3 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5 4-5

Day/s M,W M,W M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th M,W M,W M,W

Time Date 9:00-11:00A 4/4-4/27 9:00-11:00A 5/2-5/25 9:00-11:00A 6/6-6/29 12:30-2:30P 4/5-4/28 12:30-2:30P 5/3-5/26 12:30-2:30P 6/7-6/30 9:00-12:00P 4/5-4/28 9:00-12:00P 5/3-5/26 9:00-12:00P 6/7-6/30 11:30-2:30P 4/4-4/27 11:30-2:30P 5/2-5/25 11:30-2:30P 6/6-629

Mommy and Me

Wks 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

Fee* $48/58 $48/58 $48/58 $48/58 $48/58 $48/58 $48/58 $48/58 $48/58 $48/58 $48/58 $48/58

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Mommy and me is a fun way to introduce young children to their alphabet, numbers and shapes. This class is designed to promote early socialization skills, and inspire creativity preparing them for the next level of education such as Tiny Tots. No class 5/26 Please note: Parent participation is required. Instructor: JCSD Staff | Location: ECC Activity Room CL # A B C G H I

Ages 2-5 2-5 2-5 2-5 2-5 2-5

Day/s M,W M,W M,W Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

Time Date Wks 10:00-12:00P 4/4-4/27 4 10:00-12:00P 5/2-5/25 4 10:00-12:00P 6/6-6/29 4 9:00-11:00A 4/5-4/28 4 9:00-11:00A 5/3-5/26 4 9:00-11:00A 6/7-6/28 4

Fee* $45/55 $45/55 $45/55 $45/55 $45/55 $45/55

Dual Immersion Program Programa Bilingüe These classes are taught by a bilingual credentialed teacher with a multidisciplinary curriculum. This bilingual class will engage children in developmentally appropriate activities, while gaining an understanding of science, math, art, crafts, and the alphabet, through play, music and hands-on activities in a fun, nurturing environment. This is at ongoing program. A $25 material fee is due to the instructor on the first day. Children must be fully potty trained. Estas clases son impartida por una maestra bilingüe certificada. La clase cuenta con un currìculo multidisciplinariocon y actividades apropiadas para cada etapa del desarrollo. Los ninos aprenderan ambos idiomas mientras obtienen conocimiento de conceptos simples de aprendizaje tales como coordinación, balance, y destrezas motoras, colores, nùmeros, figuras geometricas, ciencia, arte, alfabeto y artesanias en un ambiente divertido. Este es un programa continuo.Un pago de $25 dolares para materiales que debe ser pagado al instructor el primer dia de clase. Los participantes deben de poder ir al bano solos.

Chispitas de Amor

Instructor: Edna Martinez | Location: ECC Music Room CL # A1 B1 C1

Ages 3-4 3-4 3-4

Day/s Tu,Th Tu,Th Tu,Th

Time Date Wks Fee* 9:00-11:00A 4/5-4/28 4 $99/109 9:00-11:00A 5/3-5/26 4 $99/109 9:00-11:00A 6/2-6/28 4 $99/109

Burbujitas Alegres

No Class 4/8, 4/11 Instructor: Edna Martinez | Location: ECC Activity Room CL # A1 B1 C1

Ages 4-5 4-5 4-5

Day/s M,W,F M,W,F M,W,F

Gotitas Ingeniosas

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Time 9:00-11:00A 9:00-11:00A 9:00-11:00A

Date 4/1-4/29 5/2-5/27 6/1-6/27

No Class 4/8, 4/11 Instructor: Edna Martinez | Location: ECC Activity Room

216008 Wks Fee* 4 $125/135 4 $125/135 4 $125/135

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CL # Ages Day/s Time Date Wks Fee* A 4-6 M-F 11:30-1:30P 4/1-4/29 4 $230/240 B 4-6 M-F 11:30-1:30P 5/2-5/27 4 $230/240 C 4-6 M-F 11:30-1:30P 6/1-6/28 4 $230/240 A $50 material fee is due to the instructor on the first day. Please bring a healthy snack for your child. Un pago de $50 dolares para materiales que debe ser pagado al instructor el primer dia de clase. Por favor traiga un refrigerio saludable para su hijo.

Introducing young minds to interactive play through colors, numbers and letters in a fun social setting! All tiny tot classes are recreational based programs and are not licensed day care. For registration information see page 34

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Mature Adult Painting

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Create bright, bold and beautiful paintings in this popular class. Learn painting and color mixing techniques. Use a variety of tools: brushes, palette knives, sponges, etc. for interesting effects. Paint several full color paintings on quality artists’ paper and two paintings on canvas. Students choose their own subject matter for each painting. Special needs welcome.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A A2 A3

Ages 55+ 55+ 55+

Day/s F F F

Time Date 10:00-10:50A 4/8-4/29 10:00-10:50A 5/6-5/27 10:00-10:50A 6/3-6/24

Mature Adult Clay

Wks 4 4 4

Fee* $39/49 $39/49 $39/49

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Build and decorate bird houses, jewelry and sculptures using various clays and techniques such as slab, coil, and faux techniques. Polymer, self-drying clays and paint will be used. All supplies are included. Special needs welcome. Please Note: There will be a $15 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC - ECC Art Room CL # A A2 A3

Ages 55+ 55+ 55+

Day/s F F F

Time Date 11:00-11:50A 4/8-4/29 11:00-11:50A 5/6-5/27 11:00-11:50A 6/3-6/24

Mature Adult Jewelry

Wks 4 4 4

Fee* $39/49 $39/49 $39/49

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Make handmade beads and arrange them to make various custom jewelry as well as using buttons, and recycled items to develop fun and exciting, one of a kind, jewelry. Please Note: There is a $20 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC - ECC Art Room CL # A B C

Ages 55+ 55+ 55+

Day/s F F F

Time Date 12:00-12:50P 4/8-4/29 12:00-12:50A 5/6-5/27 12:00-12:50P 6/3-6/24

Mature Adult ART 101

Wks 4 4 4

Fee* $39/49 $39/49 $39/49

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This class gives all artistic skill leveled participants the opportunity to explore the various options that art can provide. Develop watercolor, zoetrope animation, drawings, quilling, etching, zentangle, etc. projects to take home at the end of class. Special needs welcome. Please Note: There will be a $10 material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Jonathan Dillard|Location: ECC Art Room CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 55+ F 55+ F 55+ F

Time Date Wks 2:00-2:50P 4/8-4/29 4 2:00-2:50P 5/6-5/27 4 2:00-2:50P 6/3-6/24 4

Fee* $39/49 $39/39 $39/39

Botanical Art- Adult

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Cultivate the artist in you using natural and organic materials Create unique and beautiful art pieces for your home and garden. Please Note: There is a $15-$20 (based on project) material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Roslynn Dillard|Location: MVP CL # A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 B3

Ages Day/s 18-54 F 18-54 F 18-54 F 18-54 Sa 18-54 Sa 18-54 Sa

Time Date Wks 6:00-6:50P 4/1-4/22 4 6:00-6:50P 5/6-5/27 4 6:00-6:50P 6/3-6/24 4 12:00-12:50P 4/2-4/23 4 12:00-12:50P 5/7-5/28 4 12:00-12:50P 6/4-6/25 4

Green Thumb Garden

Fee* $39/49 $39/49 $39/49 $39/49 $39/49 $39/49

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Turn your garden into an oasis. Learn basic gardening techniques and explore the art of vertical gardening. Please Note: There is a $15-$25 (based on project)

Instructor: Roslynn Dillard|Location: MVP CL # A B C

Ages 18+ 18+ 18+

Day/s Sa Sa Sa

Time Date 11:00-11:50A 4/9-4/30 11:00-11:50P 5/7-5/28 11:00-11:50A 6/4-6/25

Mature Adults Botanical Artist

Wks 4 4 4

Fee* $39/49 $39/49 $39/49

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Cultivate the artist in you using natural and organic materials. Create unique and beautiful art pieces for your home and garden. Please Note: There is a $15-$25 (based on project) material fee due at the first class meeting.

Instructor: Roslynn Dillard|Location: MVP CL # A B C

Ages 55+ 55+ 55+

Day/s W W W

Time Date 10:00-11:00A 4/6-4/27 10:00-11:00A 5/4-5/25 10:00-11:00A 6/8-6/29

Wks 4 4 4

Fee* $39/49 $39/49 $39/49

Photography 229008 Own a DSLR camera? Thinking about buying one? Get the most out of your investment by learning how to use it to its full potential. Learn the principles of photography and fundamental camera techniques. Advanced- Have a solid understanding of exposure? Want to learn more? Monthly classes are project based, which allows you to learn something new every session. From time lapse photography, sports, photography, flash photography and much more.

Instructor: Chris Ramirez|Location: ECC Meeting Room CL # Ages Day/s Beginning A Adult Tu Advanced D Adult Tu

Time

Date

Wks

Fee*

6:00-8:00P 5/3-5/24

4 $70/80

8:00-9:00P 5/3-5/24

4 $60/70

Hour of Code

229070

The class will introduce students to computer programming in a fun and exciting way. The class will use graphical approach to programming in introduction to computer science. It will introduce young adults in thinking process related to coding and logic.

Instructor: Nupur Patel|Location: ECC Computer Room CL # A B C

30

Ages 13+ 13+ 13+

Day/s Sa Sa Sa

Time Date Wks Fee* 9:45-12:15P 4/2-4/23 4 $75/85 9:45-12:15P 4/30-5/21 4 $75/85 9:45-12:15P 6/4-6/25 4 $75/85

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Students will learn the modern office applications in the cloud. Students will be able to learn the Microsoft Office application in a modern way that will allow them to work on them from anywhere on any device. Students will collaborate and share their work online and incorporate other services.

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Intro to Office 365

Instructor: Nupur Patel|Location: ECC - Computer Room CL # A B C

Ages Day/s 12+ Th 12+ Th 12+ Th

Time Date Wks 6:15-7:45P 4/7-4/28 4 6:15-7:45P 5/5-5/26 4 6:15-7:45P 6/2-6/23 4

Fee* $50/60 $50/60 $50/60

Circle City Aquatics

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Circle City Aquatics will be offering swim lessons at Roosevelt High School. Please check the Circle City Aquatics website, www.circlecityaquaitcs.com, for evaluation and session dates/times, as well as any additional information about the Learn to Swim Program. Check the website for more information:

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Recreation Software

Upgrade! The new recreation activity software system will officially launch in July, in time for the Summer 2016 class registration. For more information contact JCSD Parks and Recreation at (951) 727-3524 For registration information see page 34

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10 WEEK CHALLENGE STARTS: APRIL 18, 2016 STARTER KIT •

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Receive your Starter Kit, complete with: Mesh Bag, Water Bottle, Pedometer, Official “Eastvale’s Biggest Loser Challenge” T Shirt, and Challenge Manual at the orientation meeting.

NUTRITIONIST SPEAKER

Come enjoy a nutritionist that will provide you with information on healthy eating habits. 10 WEEK MEMBERSHIP TO FITNESS 19

Enjoy a 10 week membership to Fitness 19 (Classes and Kids Club program available for nominal fee). HEALTHY AND WELLNESS CLASSES

Come and learn the fundamentals of healthy living and the importance of wellness classes for the body and mind. WEEKLY GROUP WORKOUTS

Work out as a group Tuesday’s 7:30pm.

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FREE TRIALS IN ANY APPROVED CLASS

Enjoy one free trial class sponsored by JCSD. (Prior registration and approval required.)

GET FIT FOR THE SUMMER! Challenge yourself to losing weight and getting healthy by enrolling in the Eastvale’s Biggest Loser Challenge! Team up with your spouse, friend, coworker, or anyone just as committed as you to losing those unwanted pounds. You must be over 18 to participate. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to take advantage of the many fun and active programs within the community. On orientation day, each participant will receive their very own personal health kit with tools that will help guide them through their weight loss journey. Each member will have the opportunity to receive dietary advice, a 10 week membership to Fitness 19 with classes, a free consultation with a personal trainer, weekly group workouts, and free trials in any approved recreation activity. Over the 10 — week course, the participant(s) who shows the most progress will be named Eastvale’s Biggest Loser and receive the champion prize!

1 HOUR ORIENTATION: 5:00PM APRIL 18, 2016 Eastvale Community Center TOP “LOSERS” IN EACH CATEGORY WINS MEDAL AND PRIZE BASKET

Top weight loss team, male, and female win first place medals and prize baskets. REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.PARKS.JCSD.US. CALL 951.727.3524.


APRIL 9-10, 2016* *PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE

4:00PM-11:00AM HARADA HERITAGE PARK (13099 65TH ST. EAST VALE, CA 92880)

INCLUDES     

Bar-B-Que Dinner S’mores Campfire Songs Family Games and Crafts Breakfast

C OMMUNITY C AMP - O UT Break out that camping gear, because Eastvale’s Community Camp-Out is here! Register online at www.parks.jcsd.us Register early, space is limited! Please bring your own tents. Motorhomes are not permitted.

R EGISTRATION $15 Per Person


Registration

3 ways to Register Online - Mail In - Walk In

General Information

1. REFUNDS will only be granted before the start of the second class, with the exception of one day classes. 2. IF CLASSES ARE CANCELLED, you will be notified and refunded back to your payment type. If payment was made by cash or check, refunds will be returned by check. Check processing may take up to four weeks. Please ensure that your address is current. 3. PLEASE REGISTER EARLY. If a class minimum is not met by 4pm the day before the class begins, it will be cancelled. 4. TIMES, DATES AND FEES OF ALL PROGRAMS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. 5. Please be advised that all participants involved in any programs or special events are subject to be photographed. Such photographs may be used by the JCSD Parks and Recreation Department without any obligation. 6. PROCESSING FEE. A $2.00 processing fee applies to all walk-in transactions. 7. All processing and application fees are non refundable. 8. All fees, class dates and times are subject to change due to holidays, special events, participation level or board approval.

Registration Opens March 21

For more information about registration, recreation classes and reservations, please call:

(951)727-3524 Mail In

EASTVALE COMMUNITY CENTER 13820 Schleisman Road, Eastvale CA

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parks.jcsd.us

Walk In

EASTVALE COMMUNITY CENTER 13820 Schleisman Road, Eastvale CA

HARADA NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER 13099 65th Street, Eastvale CA

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In consideration of my (and/or my child’s) participation in this activity, I hereby release and discharge Jurupa Community Services District Parks and Recreation, and its representatives, successors, and assigns, from any and all liability arising from accident, injury, and illness that I (he/she) may suffer as a result of my (our) participation in this activity. I (we) also will follow the rules and regulations set by Jurupa Community Services District Parks and Recreation and above named parties. Parent or guardian must sign for anyone age 18 and under. I do hereby grant and give these groups the right to use my or my child(s) photograph or image with or without my or my child’s name, both singly and in conjunction with other persons or objects and presentations, advertising, publicity, and promotion relating thereto.

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Discover.. Parks Nature

Cedar Creek Park 6709 Cedar Creek Road

Playground We have many park shelters and athletic fields throughout the JCSD Parks territory available for reservation.

Splash Pads* * opens April 1st

Picnic Area

For information on reserving a shelter: (951) 727-3524 | parks.jcsd.us


PRESORT STANDARD CLASSSTANDARD MAIL PRESORT CLASS MAIL PRESORTED STD U.S. POSTAGE PRESORTED STD PAID U.S. POSTAGE Escondido, PAID CA PERMIT NO.CA 475 Escondido, PERMIT NO. 475

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