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EXCLUSIVE: JIM JOHNSON MEMORIAL SPORTS PARK OPENS PLUS: TROLLEY COMES TO SAN CLEMENTE | SUMMER CAMPS VISIT OUR WEBSITE: WWW.SAN-CLEMENTE.ORG


City Services & Departments Animal Shelter.......................................... (949) 492-1617 Beaches & Parks Maintenance............... (949) 361-8317 Building Department................................ (949) 361-6100 City Clerk................................................... (949) 361-8200 City Council............................................... (949) 361-8322 City Hall..................................................... (949) 361-8200 Code Enforcement.................................... (949) 366-4705 Community Center (Recreation).............. (949) 361-8264 Community Development........................ (949) 361-6100 Emergency Planning................................ (949) 361-6109 Engineering............................................... (949) 361-6119 Fire Administration................................... (714) 573-6000 General Information................................. (949) 361-3366 Golf Division.............................................. (949) 361-8388 Graffiti Hotline........................................... (949) 361-8385 Housing..................................................... (949) 361-6188 Human Resources.................................... (949) 361-8353 Marine Safety............................................ (949) 361-8219 Parking Permits........................................ (949) 361-8315 Parking Citations...................................... (800) 552-4413 Planning Department............................... (949) 361-6184 Public Works............................................. (949) 361-6100 San Clemente Aquatics Center................ (949) 429-8797 Sheriff (non-emergency dispatch)........... (949) 770-6011 Surf Reports............................................. (949) 492-1011 Utilities Department................................. (949) 366-1553 Water Billing.............................................. (949) 361-8315

City Concessions

BEACH Fisherman’s Bar/Restaurant.................. (949) 498-6390 The Crab Pot Restaurant & Eatery.......... (949) 498-6390 T-Street Surfer*........................................ (949) 492-2205 GOLF COURSE Pride of the Pacific Bar & Grill................. (949) 542-4856 STEED PARK San Clemente Island Grille...................... (949) 498-8976

*Open seasonally

Community Corner Casa Romantica Cultural Center............. (949) 498-2139 Chamber of Commerce............................ (949) 492-1131 Downtown Business Association............. (949) 218-5378 Farmer’s Market (Weekly)....................... (949) 361-0735 San Clemente Art Association................. (949) 492-7175 San Clemente Community Theater......... (949) 492-0465 San Clemente Historical Society............. (949) 492-9684 San Clemente Public Library................... (949) 492-3493 San Clemente Senior Center................... (949) 498-3322 Village Arts & Crafts Fair (Monthly)......... (949) 218-5378

Adult Sports

Golf (Public Course-Starters Office).........(949) 361-8384 Lawn Bowling (Club)..................................(949) 369-1887 Steed Park Softball Leagues....................(949) 429-8797

Youth Sports

Boys & Girls Club - Leagues.............................. bgcsca.org Little League/Sr. League.......................sclittleleague.com San Clemente Youth Rugby.......... sanclementerugby.com San Clemente Girls Softball................ scgirlssoftball.com San Clemente Aquatics Team....................... scatswim.org SC Tritons Water Polo Club.......... sctritonswaterpolo.com Soccer/AYSO......................................... aysoregion111.org South County Youth Football............................... scyf.com

Local Outdoor Recreation Doheny State Park................................... (949) 496-6172 San Clemente State Park........................ (949) 492-3156 San Mateo State Park.............................. (949) 361-2531 San Onofre State Park............................. (949) 492-4872 State Park General Info........................... (949) 492-0802 The Donna O’Neill Land Conservancy.... (949) 489-9778 Girl Scouts................................................ (949) 461-8800 Boy Scouts................................................ (714) 546-8558

Therapeutic Recreation Adult Day Health Center........................... (949) 498-7671 Little League Challenger Leagues........... (949) 248-5941 The Shea Therapeutic Riding Center...... (949) 240-8441


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SAN CLEMENTE CITY COUNCIL Mayor Kathleen Ward Mayor Pro Tem Tim Brown Councilmember Lori Donchak Councilmember Chris Hamm Councilmember Steve Swartz CITY ADMINISTRATION City Manager James Makshanoff Assistant City Manager Erik Sund City Treasurer Mark Taylor City Clerk Joanne Baade Community Development Director Cecilia Gallardo-Daly Fire Services Chief John Abel Police Services Chief Dave Moodie Interim Public Works Director David Rebensdorf BEACHES, PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION Chair Steven Streger Chair Pro Tem John Bandaruk Commissioner Richard Ayer Commissioner John Dorey Commissioner Nick Gates Commissioner Tim Shaw Commissioner Charlie Smith MISSION STATEMENT The City of San Clemente, in partnership with the community we serve, will foster a tradition dedicated to: Maintaining a safe, healthy atmosphere in which to live, work and play; Guiding development to ensure responsible growth while preserving and enhancing our village character, unique environment and natural amenities; Providing for the City’s long-term stability through vitality and diversity. Resulting in a balanced community committed to protecting what is valued today while meeting tomorrow’s needs. ON THE COVER Jim Johnson Memorial Sports Park. The community is invited to the grand opening of San Clemente's newest sports park. Read more about this new park on page 8. STAY INFORMED On the web www.san-clemente.org E-mail Newsletter (send us an e-mail to join) recreation@san-clemente.org Facebook City of San Clemente Government Instagram City of San Clemente

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The San Clemente-Dana Points Animal Shelter's Calming Tails Program invites children to read to shelter animals.

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New San Clemente apparel for sale with the historic San Clemente crest.

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The City launches its first summer of weekend trolley services through the coastal areas.

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Sea Summit park system is completed with the grand opening of Jim Johnson Memorial Sports Park.

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Community Special Events Summer Camp Aquatics Early Childhood Youth Adults Pets Registration Information

Classes and programs listed are subject to change or cancellation. Disclaimer: The programs presented in the Your Recreation section are provided through the City of San Clemente’s Beaches, Parks & Recreation Department. All contents are copyright 2017. Request permission in writing to reprint. Prices, dates, and time are subject to change without notice. The price listed at time of registration will be honored. The City of San Clemente assumes no liability for misinformation printed through outside organizations in print or on the internet. Additional $3 fee applies to all courses for non-residents.


YOUR NEWS Message from the City Manager San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS)

T San Clemente City Manager, James Makshanoff

hough not an ideal solution for nuclear waste, the major dismantlement work at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS), has Southern California Edison (SCE) transferring used nuclear fuel from steel-lined concrete pools into concrete-encased steel canisters and placed on-site until a permanent facility is opened. The U.S. has not created a permanent storage facility for spent nuclear fuel. It is the federal government’s duty (which oversees consolidated waste storage and nuclear policy) to take responsibility, find an alternative location for permanent storage of the waste and move it out. At the City Council meeting on March 21st public comments were made urging the council to have a discussion with legislators to prioritize this. Mayor Pro Tem Tim Brown said, “The federal government can’t take waste anywhere if there is nowhere to take it to.” He also mentioned that if this entire council and all the residents of San Clemente and everyone in the state voted to get rid of this it would not make a difference since there is no where to permanently place the waste. The California Coastal Commission gave permission to transfer the wet storage to dry storage and if we look at the Fukushima nuclear accident, the only waste that was not affected was that which was contained in dry storage containers.

“The federal government can’t take waste anywhere if there is nowhere to take it to.”

Also at the meeting, under council discussion, Councilmember Lori Donchak referenced the Interim Storage Act and suggested researching whether the City of San Clemente can obtain consent status using the Price Anderson Nuclear Industries Indemnity Act which allows for cities within proximity to nuclear plants (where interim storage is a lifetime), to find a better way to store this waste, while ensuring involuntary host consent communities, like San Clemente, derive some benefits to the community. This may come in the shape of jobs, financial restitution, social justice, etc. As Councilmember Donchak noted, “We are the poster child for an involuntary host consent community and due to our proximity, we should be able to have benefits for our community.” City Council further suggested that the City also seek to receive financial benefits of being an Interim Consolidated Storage site, including retroactive compensation for the past 40 years of storage of nuclear material at SONGS. Congressman Darrell Issa and colleagues introduced the Interim Consolidated Storage Act of 2017 in the House in January. It would allow the Department of Energy to use interest from the $36 billion Nuclear Waste Fund to contract with private vendors for temporary storage. The City encourages folks to get behind Congressman Issa’s legislation on dealing with the waste. For now SCE is allowed to put the waste in dry storage containers. Since the permanent repository planned years ago for Yucca Mountain was removed as an option by former President Obama, alternatives are being pursued. Congressman Issa is pursuing waste storage issues and consolidated waste options. Congressman Issa has stated publicly that SONGS, due to its proximity to the ocean, earthquake faults, railroad tracks, the I-5 freeway and a heavily populated area of 8 million people living within 50 miles of SONGS, “should be if not the first one to have its nuclear waste taken out, then one of the first.” The City will continue to keep the community informed. Follow this link to learn about the SONGS Community Engagement Panel (CEP) meetings, in which Mayor Pro Tem Tim Brown serves as vice chairman: www.songscommunity.com/cep-events.asp The CEP allows for numerous community partners to help guide the decommissioning of SONGS. They meet at least four times per year. In the meantime, I encourage residents to write Congressman Issa and U.S. Senator Harris at: The Honorable Congressman Darrell Issa Vista District Office 1800 Thibodo Road, #310 Vista, CA 92081

James Makshanoff

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The Honorable U.S. Senator Kamala Harris San Diego Office 600 B Street, Suite 2240 San Diego, CA 92101


SUMMER 2017 CONSERVANCY >

The Reserve at Rancho Mission Viejo Events

SHELTER >

Summer Reading Program at the Animal Shelter

Courtesy of Laurie Gooch, City-appointed representative to Friends of the Reserve Commission VISIT US AT 28811 ORTEGA HWY (949) 489-9778 • WWW.RMVRESERVE.ORG Admission fee may apply to some events. Pre-registration is required for some events. Volunteer Orientation and Training

MAY 3, 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Eco Garden Expo Outreach

MAY 6, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Mid-Spring Nature Hike

MAY 6, 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM Mother's Day Walk

MAY 14, 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM Lecture: Dangerous Snakes of Orange County

MAY 16, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Art in Nature

MAY 20, 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM Ready, Set, Summer

JUNE 3, 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM Bugs and Butterflies Outreach

JUNE 4, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM Sunset Moonrise Hike

JUNE 9, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM Lecture: Bats

JUNE 13, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM June Bat Walk

JUNE 17, 7:30 AM - 9:30 AM Father's Day Hike

JUNE 18, 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM Full Moon Hike

JULY 8, 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM Astronomy

MAY 20, 8:30 PM - 10:30 PM JUNE 24, 8:45 PM - 10:45 PM JULY 15, 8:45 PM - 10:45 PM

Enjoy an evening outdoors, as you gaze into the heavens, learn the constellations, and peer through the telescopes of our volunteer astronomers.

2017 TRAIL CLEARING AND WEEDING

First Monday, monthly, 7:30am - 9:30am Second Saturday, monthly, 8:00am - 11:30am

The San Clemente-Dana Point Animal Shelter’s Calming Tails Program is for Children from 6-12 years of age. Kids are invited to sign up for a fourweek summer session. Here’s how it works… • Open to residents of San Clemente and Dana Point only. No participation fee; donations are appreciated. • Reading time will be held Mondays 1:15-2:00 p.m. at the Animal Shelter. • Kids need to bring their favorite book and a mat/outdoor pillow. • Each session will be 4 weeks. Your first session will include a short orientation; which will start at 1:00 p.m. • Parents must accompany their children and remain with them during each session. The program has many benefits! Calming Tails is designed to help both children and our shelter dogs. The program helps children learn compassion and empathy toward animals, while boosting their reading skills and confidence. The shelter dogs benefit from some quiet, relaxing time with their new reading buddy. These relaxation exercises are important skills for them to learn, and helps with their transition into a new home. The program schedule is as follows: First Session • Orientation: June 5th 1-1:15pm • Reading Time will be held 1:15-2pm on: • June 5th, June 12th, June 19th and June 26th Second Session • Orientation: July 10th 1-1:15pm • Reading Time will be held 1:15-2pm on: • July 10th, July 17th, July 24th and July 31st Space is limited. Contact the Animal Shelter to sign up today! Call (949) 492-1617. Website: www.san-clemente.org │ CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE

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YOUR NEWS WATER >

CITY APPAREL >

City Joins Nationwide Challenge for Water Conservation

San Clemente Apparel Featuring Historic San Clemente Crest

The San Clemente Community is invited to Join the 2017 Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. At the March 7, 2017 City Council meeting the San Clemente City Council approved participation in the 2017 Wyland National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation. This challenge is a nationwide competition between residents pledging to take action to manage water resources more wisely, and residents of the winning city (by percent residents pledging) in each size category will be eligible for prizes. Student participation in the local schools also counts toward the total of pledges. The annual challenge, runs from April 1 – 30, 2017. This nonprofit national community service campaign is implemented to see which leaders can best inspire their residents to make a series of informative and easy-to-do online pledges to use water more efficiently, reduce pollution, and save energy. To participate, residents enter online at mywaterpledge.com, and then make a series of online pledges to conserve water on behalf of San Clemente. Last year, residents from over 4,100 cities in all 50 U.S. states pledged to reduce their annual consumption of freshwater by 1.9 billion gallons, reduce waste sent to landfills by 42 million pounds, and prevent more than 87,000 pounds of hazardous waste from entering our watersheds. The challenge goes beyond recent drought issues and looks at the ways our water use will affect the future of our communities from how we grow food to reducing polluted runoff. Cities compete in the following population categories: (5,00029,999 residents, 30,000-99,999 residents, 100,000299,999 residents, 300,000-599,999 residents, and 600,000+ residents). Residents of cities with the highest percentage of citizens who take the challenge in their population category are entered into drawings for hundreds of eco-friendly prizes, including home improvement gift cards, home irrigation equipment, and a Grand Prize Toyota Prius. The challenge also features additional resources for residents to take their commitment to conservation even further, from regional water and energy resource issues to cost-saving tips at home. The 6th National Mayor’s Challenge for Water Conservation is presented by the Wyland Foundation and Toyota, with support from the U.S EPA WaterSense, The Toro Company, National League of Cities, Conserva Irrigation, and Earth Friendly Products (makers of ECOS).

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The San Clemente Crest was originally created and used by Ole Hanson as his logo in the 1920’s. Research from the San Clemente Historical Society shows the Crest can be found on Ole Hanson Co. real estate advertising, letterhead, and other items from that time. Photos of swimwear at the 1928 Olympic Trials at the Ole Hanson Beach Club were found to feature the Crest, and the Crest is still in use by the City today adorning Marine Safety uniforms and the logo of the Municipal Golf Course. A variety of apparel was recently printed featuring the San Clemente Crest and is available for public purchase at the Ole Hanson Beach Club and the San Clemente Aquatics Center. Apparel options include: hats ($18); T-shirts ($10); women's tank tops ($10); and City flags ($25).

TOLL ROAD > Looking for information about the proposed toll road extension? Check out the City of San Clemente website for up to date information at www.san-clemente. org. This will also be on the City Council agenda for the next 6 months.


SUMMER 2017 TROLLEY >

Get Ready for the San Clemente Trolley! The City of San Clemente will launch its summer weekend trolley service on Memorial Day weekend. The trolley, named San Clemente Trolley, will be made available to riders at no charge. A ribbon cutting will take place at the end of May to celebrate the new trolley services. The trolley has an open-air (windowless) concept that will be easily identifiable. There will be a total of three trollies cruising throughout town. Each one will have destination areas displayed on the exterior and will say “Free Rides” so residents and visitors know the service is complimentary. The concept, logo, and signs were designed by RSM Design, a local design firm. The City Council was presented with design and color options at its January 17th meeting and approved a red-andblack color scheme. The trollies will travel along the coastal area of San Clemente and pick people up at the designated stops every 15 minutes. The trolley will be available beginning Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. The stops will be clearly noted with signage. The funding for the San Clemente Trolley comes from a $1.2 million grant from the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) which the city applied for. The grant will cover most of the costs for the service for seven years. The grant requires the city to fund a portion of the trolley service at $146,000 over the seven year grant period. The Friends of the San Clemente Beaches, Parks & Recreation Foundation provided a donation of $10,000 towards the funding of the capital costs of the trolley. Visit www.san-clemente.org for up to date information on the trolley and all of its stops and services.

HOURS OF OPERATION Friday, May 26 - Monday, September 4 • Thursdays 12 noon - 10 p.m. • Fridays 12 noon - 10 p.m. • Saturday 10 a.m. - 10 p.m. • Sundays 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. Additional holiday services: • Memorial Day: Monday, May 29 • Independence Day: Tuesday, July 4 • Labor Day: Monday, September 4 * Hours and days are subject to change. Please visit the City's website for the latest Trolley news.

TROLLEY STOPS NORTHBOUND {1} San Clemente Pier {2} Ave. Del Mar & Calle Seville {3} Ave. Del Mar & Ola Vista {4} El Camino Real & Ave. Del Mar (on El Camino Real) {5} El Camino Real & Palizada {6} El Camino Real & El Portal {7} El Camino Real & Los Molinos {8} Metrolink station (Ave. Estacion) {9} Outlets at San Clemente

SOUTHBOUND {9} Outlets at San Clemente {10} Ave. Vista Hermosa at Via Pamplona {11} Metrolink station (Ave. Estacion) {12} El Camino Real & Los Molinos {13} El Camino Real & Mariposa {14} El Camino Real & Ave. Del Mar (on Avenida Del Mar) {15} Ave. Del Mar & Ola Vista {16} Ave. Del Mar & Calle Seville {1} San Clemente Pier

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YOUR NEWS SUMMER SWIM >

Ole Hanson Summer Swim Hours Dive on in! The recently renovated Ole Hanson Beach Club is a great place to cool off during the warm summer months ahead. Please see page 27 for more details. The City has announced the Ole Hanson Beach Club hours for summer public lap swim as: Monday through Thursday 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Friday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Recreation swim will be held Monday through Thursday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. and Friday through Sunday 12:00 to 2:00 pm. The Ole Hanson Beach Club is located at: 105 W. Avenida Pico in San Clemente. If you have questions about lap swim or recreational swim programs, call (949) 388-2131.

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Spring Wild Flowers in San Clemente The recent rains color the open space in San Clemente delivering vivid mixtures of native plants and wildflowers of different colors and shapes. Take a drive or a hike along the back country in San Clemente where City Assistant Engineer Jane Mrotek snapped this photo along Avenida La Pata.

Gardening Tips to

 

Protect Ocean Water Quality Spring and summer months are the most popular times for landscape and gardening projects. Below are tips you can do to have a beautiful yard while also protecting ocean water quality. • • • •

Compost your yard trimmings or place in the green waste/organics cart – never sweep, hose or blow into the street or storm drain. Use compost as an alternative to chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Compost can return nutrients to the soil and help conserve water. Check your irrigation system monthly for leaks, breaks, and overspray, and minimize watering times. Irrigation runoff can transport pollutants to the ocean. Toss the turf and create a more appealing landscape using California Friendly plants.

Remember, the ocean begins at your front door (and yard)! www.SCcleanocean.org

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SUMMER 2017

415 AVENIDA GRANADA | (949) 498-2139 | Tuesday-Thursday, 11:00am-4:00pm | Friday-Sunday, 10:00am-2:00pm

CASA KIDS

CASA COMEDY & CASA CLASSIC MAY 12, 7:00 PM

ComedySportz Two teams of professional improvisers compete for laughs and points in this hilarious, family-friendly comedy competition starring the ComedySportz Los Angeles pro team. GENERAL ADMISSION: $25

MAY 25, 7:00 PM

Mt. San Antonio College Chamber Singers Enjoy nearly 40 award winning singers while they perform works from the Renaissance through the twenty-first century. The Chamber Singers will fill Casa Romantica’s historic vaulted salon with their acoustic compositions. GENERAL ADMISSION: $25

JULY 24 - AUGUST 3, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Summer Dance Workshop (Ages 7-12) Intensive dance lessons as well as classes in choreography, stretching, and rhythm. Students learn 4 different dance arts and are taught by southern California dance professionals. The program includes a student concert. GENERAL ADMISSION: Free with family membership

JULY 9 - 21, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Third Annual Music Festival and Academy (Ages 8-13) Intensive music lessons as well as classes in sheet reading, music theory, and the physics of sound. Students may choose one of 4 classical instruments and are taught by leading southern California music professionals. GENERAL ADMISSION: Free with family membership

CASA WELLNESS AUGUST 2, 7:00 PM

Succulent Floral Arrangement workshop Learn the design principles of integrating succulents into floral arrangements and create a beautiful succulent-based centerpieces. All materials included. GENERAL ADMISSION: $35

D. YODER FAMILY SUNDAYS 1ST SUNDAY EVERY MONTH, 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

D. Yoder Family Sundays Join in activities and a noon-time program thematically based on Casa Romantica’s Casa Captivating programs for all ages. GENERAL ADMISSION: Free

CASA COOL JUNE 29, 7:00 PM

Mambop Latin band & Salsa dance class Mambop is a high-energy Latin salsa-jazz fusion band. Fun and exciting to watch, the band members always seem to be having a good time. Mambop will include a salsa dancing lesson prior to the performance with professional dancer Evie Quinones. GENERAL ADMISSION: $25

JULY 27, 7:00 PM

3rd Degree blues/funk band 3rd degree is comprised of musicians from all over America whose range of blues music informs their fusion sound. The band is known for effortlessly playing standards in blues, soul, jazz, and rock and roll. GENERAL ADMISSION: $25

CASA CINEMA JULY 30, 8:00 PM

" The Secret Life of Pets" Join this summer experience for families. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and blankets to watch this outdoor movie under the stars. The Secret Life of Pets (2015) is the story of a terrier whose position is threatened when his owner rescues a stray dog. GENERAL ADMISSION: Free

OPEN CASA APRIL 28 - MAY 27 OPENING RECEPTION: APRIL 28, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Artists of Tomorrow: San Clemente Student Art Exhibition The 14th annual Artists of Tomorrow exhibit will feature art from San Clemente High School and local middle school students. The juried exhibition will include an awards ceremony and a performance by the San Clemente High School Jazz Band. GENERAL ADMISSION: Free

CASA COASTAL JUNE 9 -AUGUST 13 OPENING RECEPTION: JUNE 9, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Casa Coastal: Rebecca Louise Law Visitors will be able to see, smell, and walk through this artwork, which was designed by renowned British artist Rebecca Louise Law and created using 8,000 water-wise blooms grown by the San Clemente community in accord with an art + horticulture initiative. GENERAL ADMISSION: Free

DAILY GENERAL ADMISSION: $5 or Free with Annual Membership | For tickets or information, please visit www.casaromantica.org. Website: www.san-clemente.org │ CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE

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COVER STORY >

Jim Johnson Memorial Sports Park

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After decades of planning and anticipation, the Jim Johnson Memorial Sports Park opens to the public on Wednesday, May 10th at 4 p.m.

The grand opening of the Jim Johnson Memorial Sports Park marks the completion of the Marblehead Coastal Parks and Trails Project, now renamed as the Sea Summit Development. This exciting celebration will also mark the opening of the 26th park within the City of San Clemente. The sports park is named after Jimmy "Jim" Dale Johnson because of his commitment of time, resources, and love for the San Clemente community and the enhancement the project would bring to residents.


A park honoring the dedication of one resident's commitment to community. Jim was first introduced to the San Clemente community when he enlisted with the United States Marine Corps and was stationed in Camp Pendleton during the Korean War. He was born in Nebraska but grew up in Wyoming with extremely humble beginnings with two hard working, but extremely loving parents. Growing up Jim was passionate about all sports, but especially football and baseball. Jim was the first member of his family to obtain a college education with support from the GI Bill and with strong leadership skills, soared to great opportunities well beyond Wyoming. He traveled around the world extensively and worked on massive international projects from real estate to international investments. Eventually, Jim made his final move to San Clemente which he labeled “God’s Country” where he settled with his wife, Mimi. In San Clemente Jim was famous for his endless support of youth, seniors, sports, and schools. He was the original sponsor of the Beach Concert Series and purchased everything from sporting equipment to musical instruments to provide a positive experience for all of San Clemente’s children. His community investments were primarily donated in private and without recognition, his preference was to enjoy watching the benefits of his support, outside public view. For the Marblehead Project, Jim oversaw the development of a state-of-the-art urban runoff mitigation system to ensure the highest of water quality standards were met. He also developed two bridges through the canyon to ensure wildlife was preserved and worked closely with the California Coastal Commission to guarantee the area was maintained with pristine standards and respect to the existing environment. When Jim passed away in 2004 he was survived by his wife, two sons, and one daughter. It brings them great joy to know that the park named after their late husband and father, respectively, will be enjoyed by the whole San Clemente community. The Jim Johnson Memorial sports park is located on the inland portion of Marblehead Coastal, adjacent to the Shorecliffs middle school. This park holds many amenities and features a playground, a synthetic soccer field, two multipurpose fields, a basketball court, picnic tables, BBQ and restrooms. This park features a cutting edge synthetic soccer field displaying a large "SC" in the center circle. The highest quality materials were used to create this beautiful field. Organic sand and coconut fiber infill was installed and will help keep the field up to 40 degrees cooler than recycled rubber infill. This field offers comfort and savings compared to natural grass fields. The turf is less itchy and saves 100’s of 1000’s of gallons of water in irrigation. It does not need to be mowed, and the material is sustainable. Professional sports level grade brock pad was installed underneath the carpet for added head attenuation protection for children (and adults) when falling. Please join us in celebrating the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting on Wednesday, May 10th at 4 p.m. Field and picnic space rentals can be reserved by residents, nonresidents, non-profit groups, and commercial organizations for family celebrations, birthday parties, company picnics, and more! To obtain an application for park rentals, please contact Recreation or visit our website. Reservations do not include exclusive use of any other park amenities, including sports fields. Sport field reservations must be made separately through the Recreation Division.


SAN CLEMENTE l 2017 REPORT

WATER QUALITY PUBLISHED BY THE CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE’S UTILITIES DIVISION

DRINKING WATER QUALITY Since 1990, California water utilities have been providing an annual Water Quality Report to their customers. This year’s report covers calendar year 2016 water quality testing and has been prepared in compliance with regulations called for in the 1996 reauthorization of the Safe Drinking Water Act. The reauthorization charged the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) with updating and strengthening the tap water regulatory program. The City of San Clemente vigilantly safeguards its water supply and as in years past, the water delivered to your home meets the standards required by the state and federal regulatory agencies. In some cases, the City goes beyond what is required by testing for unregulated contaminants that may have known health risks.

SOURCES OF SUPPLY Your drinking water is a blend of surface water imported by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and groundwater. Metropolitan’s imported water sources are the Colorado River and Engineering marvels, the State Water Project and Colorado River Aqueduct, make our way of life possible by delivering water to millions of people in Orange County. San Francisco

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the State Water Project which draws water from the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.

INFORMATION ABOUT DRINKING WATER CONTAMINANTS

The sources of drinking water (both tap water and bottled water) include rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, reservoirs, springs and wells. As water travels over the surface of land or through the layers of the ground it dissolves naturally occurring minerals and, in some cases, radioactive material and can pick up substances resulting from the presence of animal and human activity. Contaminants that may be present in source water include: • Microbial contaminants, such as viruses and bacteria, which may come from sewage treatment plants, septic systems, agricultural livestock operations and wildlife. • Inorganic contaminants, such as salts and metals, which can be naturally occurring or result from urban storm water runoff, industrial or domestic wastewater discharges, oil and gas production, mining and farming. • Radioactive contaminants, which can be naturally occurring or be the result of oil and gas production or mining activities. • Pesticides and herbicides, which may come from a variety of sources such as agriculture, urban storm water runoff and residential uses. • Organic chemical contaminants, including synthetic and volatile organic chemicals, which are by-products of industrial processes and petroleum production, and can also come from gasoline stations, urban storm water runoff, agricultural appli-

cation and septic systems. In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, USEPA and the State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water (DDW) prescribe regulations that limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. The U.S. Food and Drug Aministration regulations and California law also establish limits for contaminants in bottled water that must provide the same protection for public health. Drinking water, including bottled water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk. More information about contaminants and potential health effects can be obtained by calling the USEPA’s Safe Drinking Water Hotline at [800] 426-4791.

CRYPTOSPORIDIUM

Cryptosporidium is a microscopic organism that, when ingested, can cause diarrhea, fever, and other gastrointestinal symptoms. The organism comes from animal and/or human wastes and may be in surface water. The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California tested their source water and treated surface water for Cryptosporidium in 2016 but did not detect it. If it ever is detected, Cryptosporidium is eliminated by an effective treatment combination including sedimentation, filtration and disinfection. The USEPA and the federal Centers for Disease Control guidelines on appropriate means to lessen the risk of infection by

This report contains important information about your drinking water. Translate it, or speak with someone who understands it.

State Water Project Colorado River Aqueduct

What You Need to Know About Your Water, and How it May Affect You

Los Angeles Orange County San Diego

Este informe contiene información muy importante sobre su agua potable. Para mas información ó traducción, favor de contactar a Mr. Kevin Lussier, [949] 366-1553.


Cryptosporidium and other microbial contaminants are available from USEPA’s Safe Drinking Water hotline at [800] 426-4791 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Eastern Time (6 a.m. to 2 p.m. in California).

IMMUNO-COMPROMISED

Some people may be more vulnerable to contaminants in drinking water than the general population. Immuno-compromised people, such as those with cancer who are undergoing chemotherapy, have had organ transplants, people with HIV/AIDS or other immune system disorders, some elderly persons and infants can be particularly at risk. These people should seek advice about drinking water from their health care providers.

LEAD IN TAP WATER

If present, elevated levels of lead can cause serious problems, especially for pregnant women and young children. Lead in drinking water is primarily from materials and components associated with service lines and home plumbing. The City of San Clemente is responsible for providing high quality drinking water, but cannot control the variety of materials used in plumbing components. When your water has been sitting for several hours, you can minimize the potential for lead exposure by flushing your tap for 30 seconds to 2 minutes before using water. If you are concerned about lead in your water, you may wish to have your water tested. Information on testing methods and steps you can take to minimize exposure is available from the Safe Drinking Water Hotline or at www.epa.gov/safewater/lead.

DRINKING WATER FLUORIDATION

Fluoride has been added to U.S. drinking water supplies since 1945. Of the 50 largest cities in the U.S., 43 fluoridate their drinking water. In December 2007, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWDSC) joined a majority of the nation’s public water suppliers in adding fluoride to drinking water in order to prevent tooth decay. In line with recommendations from the DDW, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, MWDSC adjusted the natural fluoride level in imported treated water from the Colorado River and State Project water to the optimal range for dental health of 0.6 to 1.2 parts per million. Fluoride levels in drinking water are limited under California State regulations at a maximum dosage of 2 parts per million. There are many places to go for additional information about the fluoridation Please share this information with others who may not have received this notice directly (apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.

2016 CIT Y OF SAN CLEMENTE DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM WATER QUALIT Y MCL

Chemical

Average

(MRDL/ Amount MRDLG)

Range of MCL Typical Source of Contaminant Detections Violation?

DISINFECTION BYPRODUCT S & DISINFECTANT RESIDUAL

Total Trihalomethanes (ppb) Haloacetic Acids (ppb) Chlorine Residual (ppm)

80 60 (4/4)

47 17 1.5

28-45 ND-21 0.2-2.4

No No No

Byproducts of Chlorine Disinfection Byproducts of Chlorine Disinfection Disinfectant Added for Treatment

Color (color units) Odor (threshold odor number) Turbidity (ntu)

15* 3* 5*

1 1 0.2

1 1 ND-0.58

No No No

Erosion of Natural Deposits Erosion of Natural Deposits Erosion of Natural Deposits

AESTHETIC QUALIT Y

OTHERS

Erosion of Natural Deposits; Water Additive for Dental Health pH (pH units) NR 7.86 6.93-8.53 No Hydrogen Ion Concentration Four locations in the distribution system are tested quarterly for total trihalomethanes and haloacetic acids; twenty locations are tested monthly for color, odor and turbidity. *Chemical is regulated by a secondary standard to maintain aesthetic qualities (taste, odor, color). Fluoride (ppm)

2

0.8

0.4-1.5

No

LEAD & COPPER ACTION LEVELS AT RESIDENTIAL TAPS Chemical

Action Public 90th Percentile Site Exceeding Level (AL) Health Goal Value AL / # of sites

AL Typical Source of Contaminant Violation?

Lead (ppb) 15 0.2 ND 0 / 30 No Corrosion of Household Plumbing Copper (ppm) 1.3 0.3 0.084 0 / 30 No Corrosion of Household Plumbing In 2016, 30 residences were tested for lead and copper at-the-tap. Lead was detected in 2 of 30 samples. Copper was detected in 7 of 30 samples. None of the samples exceeded the AL. A regulatory action level is the concentration of a contaminant which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other requirements that a water system must follow. DLR = Detection Limit for Purposes of Reporting.

UNREGULATED CHEMICALS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM Chemical

Notification Level

Public Health Goal

Average Amount

Range of Detections

Most Recent Sampling Date

Chlorate (ppb) 800 n/a 56 41-71 2015 Chromium, Hexavalent (ppb)** MCL = 10 0.02 0.083 0.043-0.24 2015 Chromium, Total (ppb)*** MCL = 50 MCLG=100 0.14 ND - 0.51 2015 Molybdenum, Total (ppb) n/a n/a 5.3 4.1-7.8 2015 Strontium, Total (ppb) n/a n/a 950 680-1200 2015 Vandium, Total (ppb) 50 n/a 2.1 0.7-3 2015 **Hexavalent chromium is regulated with an MCL of 10 ppb but was not detected, based on the detection limit for purposes of reporting of 1 ppb. Hexavalent chromium was included as part of the unregulated chemicals requiring monitoring. *** Total chromium is regulated with an MCL of 50 ppb but was not detected, based on the detection limit for purposes of reporting of 10 ppb. Total chromium was included as part of the unregulated chemicals requiring monitoring.

of drinking water.

U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

1-800-232-4636 cdc.gov/Oralhealth/publications/factsheets

American Dental Association

cada.org/en/public-programs/advocatingfor-the-public/fluoride-and-fluoridation

American Water Works Association

www.awwa.org For more information about Metropolitan’s fluoridation program, please contact Edgar G. Dymally at [213] 217-5709 or at edymally@mwdh2o.com.

DISINFECTION AND DISINFECTION BYPRODUCTS

Disinfection of drinking water was one of the major public health advances in the 20th century. Disinfection was a major factor in reducing waterborne disease epidemics

caused by pathogenic bacteria and viruses, and it remains an essential part of drinking water treatment today. Chlorine disinfection has almost completely eliminated the risks of microbial waterborne diseases. Chlorine is added to drinking water at the source of supply (groundwater well or surface water treatment plant). Enough chlorine is added so that it does not completely dissipate through the distribution system pipes. This “residual” chlorine helps to prevent the growth of bacteria in the pipes that carry drinking water from the source into your home. However, chlorine can react with naturallyoccurring materials in the water to form unintended chemical byproducts called disinfection byproducts (DBPs), which may pose health risks. A major challenge is how to balance the risks from microbial pathogens

If you have any questions about your water, please contact us for answers: For information about this report, or your water quality in general, please contact Utilities Operations Supervisor Kevin Lussier, at [949] 366-1553. For more information about the health effects of the listed contaminants in the following tables, call the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency hotline at [800] 426-4791. For further information about the City, please visit our website: www.san-clemente.org


rado River source waters. The most recent watershed sanitary surveys for MWDSC's source waters are the Colorado River Watershed Sanitary Survey - 2015 Update, and the State Water Project Watershed Sanitary Survey - 2011 Update. Water from the Colorado River is considered to be most vulnerable to contamination from recreation, urSOURCE WATER ASSESSMENT ban/stormwater runoff, increasing IMPORTED (METROPOLITAN) urbanization in the watershed and WATER ASSESSMENT wastewater. Water supplies from Every five years, MWDSC is required by DDW to Northern California’s State Water examine possible sources of drinking water con- Project are most vulnerable to contamination in its State Water Project and Colo- tamination from urban/stormwater runoff, wildlife, agriculture, recreation and wastewater. USEPA also 2016 METROPOLITAN WATER DISTRICT requires Metropolitan to complete OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TREATED SURFACE WATER one Source Water Assessment PHG Average Range of MCL (SWA) that utilizes information colChemical MCL Typical Source of Contaminant (MCLG) Amount Detections Violation? lected in the watershed sanitary R A D I O L O G I C A L S • T E S T E D I N 2 01 4 surveys. MWDSC completed its Alpha Radiation (pCi/L) 15 (0) ND ND - 4 No Erosion of Natural Deposits SWA in December 2012. The SWA Beta Radiation (pCi/L) 50 (0) 5 4-6 No Decay of Man-made or Natural Deposits is used to evaluate the vulnerability Uranium (pCi/I) 20 0.43 3 2-3 No Erosion of Natural Deposits of water sources to contamination I N O R G A N I C C H E M I C A L S • T E S T E D I N 2 016 and helps determine whether more Aluminum (ppm) 1 0.6 0.168 0.12-0.24 No Treatment Process Residue, Natural Deposits Barium (ppm) 1 2 0.138 0.138 No Refinery Discharge, Erosion of Natural Deposits protective measures are needed. A Control Range copy of the most recent summary 0.6- 1.2 ppm Fluoride (ppm) treatment-related 0.7 0.6-0.9 No Water Additive for Dental Health of either Watershed Sanitary SurOptimal Level 0.7 ppm vey or the SWA can be obtained by S E C O N D A R Y S T A N D A R D S * • T E S T E D I N 2 016 calling MWDSC at (213) 217-6000.

and DBPs. It is important to provide protection from these microbial pathogens while simultaneously ensuring decreasing health risks from disinfection byproducts. The Safe Drinking Water Act requires the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) to develop rules to achieve these goals. Trihalomethanes (THMs) and Haloacetic Acids (HAAs) are the most common and most studied DBPs found in drinking water treated with chlorine. In 1979, the USEPA set the maximum amount of total THMs allowed in drinking water at 100 parts per billion as an annual running average. Effective in January 2002, the Stage 1 Disinfectants / Disinfection Byproducts Rule lowered the total THM maximum annual average

Aluminum (ppb) Chloride (ppm) Color (color units) Odor (threshold odor number)

200* 500* 15* 3*

600 n/a n/a n/a

168 103 1 3

Specific Conductance (µmho/cm) 1600*

n/a

1040

Sulfate (ppm) Total Dissolved Solids (ppm)

n/a n/a

260 654

500* 1000*

U N R E G U L A T E D C H E M I C A L S • T E S T E D I N 2 016

level to 80 parts per billion and added HAAs to the list of regulated chemicals in drinking water. Stage 2 of the regulation was finalized by USEPA in 2006, which further controls allowable levels of DBPs in drinking water without compromising disinfection itself. A required distribution system evaluation was completed in 2008 and full Stage 2 compliance began in 2012.

120-240 101-103 1 3 10301050 257-262 650-658

No No No No

Treatment Process Residue, Natural Deposits Runoff or Leaching from Natural Deposits Naturally-occurring Organic Materials Naturally-occurring Organic Materials

No

Substances that form Ions in Water

No No

Runoff or Leaching from Natural Deposits Runoff or Leaching from Natural Deposits

Alkalinity, total as CaCO3 (ppm) NR n/a 120 115 - 124 n/a Runoff or Leaching from Natural Deposits Boron (ppm) NL=1 n/a 0.15 0.15 n/a Runoff or Leaching from Natural Deposits Calcium (ppm) NR n/a 76 75-76 n/a Runoff or Leaching from Natural Deposits Hardness, total as CaCO3 (ppm) NR n/a 296 292 - 300 n/a Runoff or Leaching from Natural Deposits Hardness, total (grains/gal) NR n/a 17 17-18 n/a Runoff or Leaching from Natural Deposits Magnesium (ppm) NR n/a 27 26-27 n/a Runoff or Leaching from Natural Deposits pH (pH units) NR n/a 8.1 8.1 n/a Hydrogen Ion Concentration Potassium (ppm) NR n/a 5.1 5-5.1 n/a Runoff or Leaching from Natural Deposits Sodium (ppm) NR n/a 103 99 - 107 n/a Runoff or Leaching from Natural Deposits Total Organic Carbon (ppm) TT n/a 2.5 2.1 - 2.6 n/a Various Natural and Man-made sources ppb = parts-per-billion; ppm = parts-per-million; pCiL = picoCuries per liter; µmho/cm = microhos per centimeter; ND = not detected; MCL = Maximum Containment Level; (MCLG) = Federal MCL Goal; PHG = Calfornia Public Health Goal; NL = Notification Level; n/a = not applicable; TT = treatment technique; *Contaminant is regulated by a secondary standard.

Turbidity - combined filter effluent Metro. Water District Diemer Filtration Plant

Treatment Turbidity TT Typical Source of Chemical Technique Measurements Violation?

1) Highest single turbidity measurement 0.3 NTU 0.07 No Soil Runoff 2) Percentage of samples <0.3 NTU 95% 100% No Soil Runoff Turbidity is a measure of the cloudiness of the water, an indication of particulate matter, some of which might include harmful microorganisms. Low turbidity in Metropolitan’s treated water is a good indicator of effective filtration. Filtration is called a “treatment technique” (TT). A treatment technique is a required process intended to reduce the level of contaminants in drinking water that are difficult and sometimes impossible to measure directly. NTU = nephelometric turbidity units.

Chemical

Notification Level

PHG

Average Amount

UNREGULATED CHEMICALS REQUIRING MONITORING

Range of Detections

Most Recent Sampling Date

Chlorate (ppb) 800 n/a 160 42 - 300 2014 Chronium, Hexavalent (ppb) ** MCL = 10 0.02 0.042 0.035 - 0.053 2014 Molybdenum, Total (ppb) n/a n/a 4.4 4.1 - 4.7 2014 Strontium, Total (ppb) n/a n/a 1000 970 - 1100 2014 Vanadium, Total (ppb) 50 n/a 2.6 2.2 - 3.1 2014 **Hexavalent chromium is regulated with an MCL of 10 ppb but was not detected, based on the detection limit for purposes of reporting of 1 ppb. Hexavalent chromium was included as part of the unregulated chemicals requiring monitoring.

GROUNDWATER ASSESSMENT

The City of San Clemente Utilities Division completed an assessment of drinking water sources for its water supply in October 2001 and again in 2008. The City’s wells are considered vulnerable to the following Possible Contamination Activities (PCAs) associated with some contaminants detected in the water supply: Maintenance yards, aboveground fuel tanks, an historic dump site, an electrical switching station, and a site for temporary deposition of street sweeper debris. Residences, parks, sewers, roads and storm drains represent additional PCAs. While PCAs exist within the source water assessment area, the water sources are protected from immediate contamination threats by the confining nature of the aquifer, and the significant depth of well perforations at each water source. Copies of each water assessment are located at the City of San Clemente Utilities Division administration office, 380 Avenida Pico, Building N, San Clemente, California. You may inspect these water source assessments by contacting the Utilities Manager at (949) 366-1553.


2016 CIT Y OF SAN CLEMENTE GROUNDWATER QUALIT Y PHG Average Range of MCL Most Recent MCL (MCLG) Amount Detections Violation? Sampling Typical Source of Contaminant

Chemical

RADIOLOGICALS

Beta Radiation (pCi/L) Gross Alpha (pCi/L)

50 15

(0) (0)

4.7 6.9

4.1-5.2 ND -14

No No

2016 2016

Decay of Man-made or Natural Deposits Decay of Man-made or Natural Deposits

Flouride (ppm) Nitrate (ppm as N) Nitrate+Nitrate (ppm as N)

2 10 10

1 10 10

0.57 2.1 2.1

0.38-0.76 2.1 2.1

No No No

2016 2016 2016

Erosion of Natural Deposits Fertilizers, Septic Tanks Fertilizers, Septic Tanks

500* 15* 300 50* 3* 1600* 500* 1000* 5* 5*

n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

183 2 <100 15 1 900 150 690 0.29 0.07

78-320 1-2 ND-170 ND-25 1 750-1050 110-190 450-980 0.21-0.43 ND-0.14

No No No No No No No No No No

2016 2014 2016 2016 2014 2014 2014 2016 2016 2014

Erosion of Natural Deposits Erosion of Natural Deposits Erosion of Natural Deposits Erosion of Natural Deposits Erosion of Natural Deposits Erosion of Natural Deposits Erosion of Natural Deposits Erosion of Natural Deposits Erosion of Natural Deposits Erosion of Natural Deposits

INORGANIC CHEMICALS

SECONDARY S TANDARDS*

Chloride (ppm) - treated Color (color units) Iron (ppb) - treated Manganese (ppb) - treated Odor (threshold odor number) Specific Conductance (µmho/cm) Sulfate (ppm) Total Dissolved Solids (ppm) Turbidity (ntu) - treated Zinc (ppm)

UNREGULATED CHEMICALS

Bicarbonate (ppm) NR n/a 170 168-171 n/a 2014 Erosion of Natural Deposits Calcium (ppm) NR n/a 58 43-72 n/a 2014 Erosion of Natural Deposits Aggressive Index NR n/a 12.1 12.0-12.2 n/a 2014 Erosion of Natural Deposits Magnesium (ppm) NR n/a 32 25-38 n/a 2014 Erosion of Natural Deposits pH (pH units) - treated NR n/a 7.2 6.8-7.5 n/a 2016 Hydrogen Ion Concentration Sodium (ppm) NR n/a 85 75-94 n/a 2014 Erosion of Natural Deposits Total Alkalinity (ppm as CaCO3) NR n/a 174 168-180 n/a 2014 Erosion of Natural Deposits Total Hardness (ppm as CaCO3) NR n/a 325 196-508 n/a 2016 Erosion of Natural Deposits ppb = parts-per-billion; ppm = parts-per-million; pCiL = picoCuries per liter; ntu = nephelometric turbidity units; µmho/cm = microhos per centimeter; ND = not detected; NR = not regulated; n/a = not applicable; < = average is less than the detection limit for reporting purposes; MCL = Maximum Contaminant Level; (MCLG) = federal MCL Goal; PHG = California Public Health Goal; *Chemical is regulated by a secondary standard to maintain aesthetic qualities (taste, odor, color).

UNREGULATED CHEMICALS REQUIRING MONITORING Chemical

Notification Level

PHG

Average Amount

Range of Detection

Most Recent Sampling Date

Chromium, Hexavalent (ppb) n/a 0.02 0.025 ND-0.049 2015 Molybdenum, Total (ppb) n/a n/a 7.4 7.1-7.6 2015 Strontium, Total (ppb) n/a n/a 460 440-470 2015 ** Hexavalent chromium is regulated with an MCL of 10 ppb but was not detected, based on the detection limit for purposes of reporting of 1 ppb. Hexavalent chromium was included as part of the unregulated chemicals requiring monitoring.

WHAT ARE WATER QUALITY STANDARDS? Drinking water standards established by USEPA and DDW set limits for substances that may affect consumer health or aesthetic qualities of drinking water. The chart in this report shows the following types of water quality standards: • Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL): The highest level of a contaminant that is allowed in drinking water. Primary MCLs are set as close to the PHGs (or MCLGs) as is economically and technologically feasible. • Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level (MRDL): The highest level of a disinfectant allowed in drinking water. There is convincing evidence that addition of a disinfectant is necessary for control of microbial contaminants. • Secondary MCLs are set to protect the odor, taste, and appearance of drinking water. • Primary Drinking Water Standard: MCLs for contaminants that affect health along with their monitoring and reporting requirements and water treatment requirements. • Regulatory Action Level (AL): The concentration of a contaminant, which, if exceeded, triggers treatment or other require-

ments that a water system must follow. WHAT IS A WATER QUALITY GOAL? In addition to mandatory water quality standards, USEPA and DDW have set voluntary water quality goals for some contaminants. Water quality goals are often set at such low levels that they are not achievable in practice and are not directly measurable. Nevertheless, these goals provide useful direction for water management practices. The chart in this report includes three types of water quality goals: • Maximum Contaminant Level Goal (MCLG): The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MCLGs are set by USEPA. • Maximum Residual Disinfectant Level Goal (MRDLG): The level of a drinking water disinfectant below which there is no known or expected risk to health. MRDLGs do not reflect the benefits of the use of disinfectants to control microbial contaminants. • Public Health Goal (PHG): The level of a contaminant in drinking water below which there is no known or expected risk to health. PHGs are set by the California Environmental Protection Agency.

WANT ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? City of San Clemente www.san-clemente.org Municipal Water District of OC www.mwdoc.com Orange County Water District www.ocwd.com Metropolitan Water District of Southern California www.mwdh2o.com State Water Resources Control Board, Division of Drinking Water www.swrcb.ca.gov/drinking_ water/programs/index.shtml U.S. Environmental Protection Agency www.epa.gov

HOW ARE CONTAMINANTS MEASURED? Water is sampled and tested throughout the year. Contaminants are measured in: • parts per million (ppm) or milligrams per liter (mg/l) • parts per billion (ppb) or micrograms per liter (μg/l) • parts per trillion (ppt) or nanograms per liter (ng/l) If this is difficult to imagine, think about these comparisons and equivalencies: Parts per million (ppm or mg/L): • 3 drops of liquid in 42 gallons • 1 second in 12 days • 1 inch in 16 miles Parts per billion (ppb or μg/L): • 3 drops of liquid in 14,000 gallons • 1 second in 32 days • 1 inch in 16,000 miles Parts per trillion (ppt or ng/L): • 10 drops of liquid in a Rose Bowl sized pool • 1 second in 32,000 days • 1 inch in 16 million miles

CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE | UTILITIES DIVISION

380 Avenida Pico, San Clemente, California 92672 www.san-clemente.org | [949] 366-1553


Instructor Spotlight Ryan Endraske: Professional Tennis Instructor Ryan

Endraske has been teaching tennis classes with the City of San Clemente for the past year and has quickly become a community favorite.

growing friendships he has made in the past year. Ryan is looking forward to becoming more connected with the San Clemente tennis community.

With over 20 years of professional experience he has a lot to offer. Tennis has been a part of his life for over 25 years. He had many great mentors and coaches who helped him develop technical skills and gain a passion for coaching. Today he is the City of San Clemente’s head tennis pro and a positive role model for many participants in our community. Ryan feels blessed to be a part of the City of San Clemente community and enjoys the

What’s to come? Ryan stated “We have created a tremendous 10 and under program. Our 10 and under Orangeball teams, 12 year old novice teams, and 14 year old teams have grown. You should look for more team tennis this fall.” Ryan teaches ages ranging from youth to adult. Check out what classes and camps he has to offer this summer on the following pages. • Summer Camps page 26 • Youth Programs Page 42 • Adult Classes page 49

Lifeguard Corner EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT & OCEAN SAFETY TIPS These summer ocean safety tips are brought to you by Marine Safety Officer Ian Burton. Ian has been lifeguarding for the past 27 seasons and has proudly served San Clemente for the past 10 years at our local beaches. As a Marine Safety Officer, he is primarily responsible for assisting with the oversight of day-to-day lifeguard operations, inventory/purchasing of equipment, and assisting with training of seasonal staff.

G

oing to the beach is a favorite pastime of Southern California residents and visitors. Sunning, swimming, and surfing are all fun, but each comes with its own unique set of dangers. Staying safe at the beach and in the ocean is all about knowledge. There are websites that you can visit to read up on beach and aquatic safety, or upon arrival to the beach we encourage everyone to make contact with a lifeguard. The lifeguard will have the best information about any existing hazards or dangerous areas.

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Rip Currents are the #1 Concern About 80% of all beach rescues are related to rip currents. Despite these startling statistics, many swimmers do not know anything about rip currents or how to survive when caught in one. Rip currents are terrifying because they catch you off guard: Unlike violent, crashing waves, you probably won’t notice a rip current until you’re in the middle of it, being pulled away from shore. Depending on severity, you may be able to see a rip current from the beach. Strong rip currents disrupt incoming waves and stir up sand from the ocean floor. Keep an eye out for narrow, muddy streaks in the ocean where there aren’t any waves breaking. Reacting to Rip Currents If caught in a rip current, it’s crucial to remain calm. Your first instinct may be to swim against the current, back to shallow waters. In most cases, even if you’re a strong swimmer, this will only wear you out. The current is too strong to fight head-on. Instead, swim sideways, parallel to the beach. This will get you out of the narrow outward current, so you can swim back in with the waves. If it’s too hard to swim sideways,

YOUR RECREATION │ Spring 2017 │ (949) 429-8797 or (949) 361-8264

wait until the current carries you out and dissipates. The water will be calmer and you can get clear of the rip current before heading back in. Quick Tips for Safe Beach Visits San Clemente lifeguards want everyone to have a safe and enjoyable experience at our beaches. In an effort to avoid tragic accidents, we ask anyone coming to consider the following: • Learn to swim and never swim alone • Swim near a lifeguard • Supervise children closely, even when lifeguards are present • Do not rely on flotation devices • Do not swim while under the influence of alcohol or drugs • Protect your head, neck and spine - never dive head first in the ocean • If you are in trouble, call or wave for help • Follow regulations and lifeguard directions • Swim parallel to shore if swimming long distances Beach Safety Resources • usla.org • cslsa.org • hoag.org/education-events/project-wipeout


SUNDAY, JUNE 11 Classic Car Show

11:00 am Community Center

The City of San Clemente invites the community to join in the annual observance remembering all fallen soldiers of war. The program features key note speakers from the military and local leaders, color guards dressed in authentic 1776 uniform, patriotic music, bagpipers, and a floral ceremony. This event is co-sponsored by the local chapter of VFW, South Coast Detachment, Marine Corps League, Orange County Sheriff Department, MOWW, and many civic organizations and volunteers. The event is free and open to the public. For more information please contact the Recreation Division at (949) 3618264 or (949) 429-8797.

MONDAY, MAY 29 Memorial Day Remembrance

10:00 am - 3:00 pm Avenida Del Mar

The Downtown Business Association is hosting their t Annual Car Show in downtown San Clemente. The show boasts 300 quality show cars from classic to exotic and is free to the public. The venue includes children’s activities, food trucks, vendors, DJ entertainment and a live band. Family Assistance Ministries will be raffling off incredible items all day long to fund its wonderful and heart-warming charitable endeavors. Hop on the FREE shuttle bus at San Clemente High School for a fun filled day in historical downtown San Clemente. For information call 949-218-5378 or visit www. villagesanclemente.org.

SPECIAL EVENTS

MONDAY, MAY 29 Memorial Day Observance

2:00 pm Park Semper Fi

SATURDAY, JUNE 10 25th Annual Big Band-Swing Night 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm Community Center

The San Clemente Community Center will be jumping with the happy sounds of music, dancing and good times when the San Clemente Rotary Club present their 25th Annual “BIG BAND - Swing Night”, featuring the live music of the Pete Jacob’s Wartime Radio Review (with swing orchestra & vocalists). This promises to be another fantastic Rotary Club musical event. So dust off those dancing shoes and remember that period attire from the 1940's & 1950's is always welcome! For additional information and to order tickets please go to rotaryswingnight2017.eventbrite.com or call (949) 441-0371.

SATURDAY & SUNDAY, JULY 15 & 16 41st Annual Ocean Festival San Clemente Pier

The San Clemente Ocean Festival is celebrating 41 years of “The Greatest Show on Surf”! Come see the thrilling competitions of many ironman water and land events including the ever-popular dory boat races, 5K beach run, and one-mile ocean swim. Register early for these and other events, including the Kid’s Dolphin Dash beach run, ‘Groms Rule’ Surf Contest, Stand-Up Paddleboard Championships, and Fishing Derby. Tons of great family activities - a FREE beach concert, Sand Sculpting Contest, Great Rubber Duck Race, Woody Car Exhibits, Ocean Art Show, Youth Pavilion, and more! Visit www.oceanfestival.org or call (949) 4406141 for event schedule and information.

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YOUR RECREATION

Please join us as we honor all branches of the United States Military at the Marine Monument, in Park Semper Fi overlooking the SC Pier and ocean. All service members welcome. Meet our Marines from Camp Pendleton. Scheduled Guest Speaker is Lt Col Warren Cook, CO 2nd Battalion 4th Marines, San Clemente’s adopted Marine Corps Unit. Program is co-sponsored by The Heritage of San Clemente Foundation and the City of San Clemente. Parking is limited, arrive early. For more information, visit the website at www.marinemonument.com. or call (949) 498-4958.

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SPECIAL EVENTS

Summer Music & Movie Series

Movies: June 9 & 23 Concerts: May 12, July 6, 27, August 10 Free summer concerts and movies offer fabulous family fun and the perfect opportunity to relax and enjoy an entertaining evening together. Bring your chairs and blankets and arrive early for parking and seating. Entertainment is subject to change.

MOVIES IN THE PARK

Join us for family fun under the stars. Food trucks, popcorn, and activities for a nominal fee.

"Secret Life of Pets"

Friday, June 9 8:00 pm| Tierra Grande Park

What is your pet up to when you’re away? Join us to find out about the “Secret Life of Pets”. Playschool Open House at 7:30pm. Explore the summer fun planned for San Clemente’s preschoolers.

"Sing"

Friday, June 23 8:00 pm| San Gorgonio Park

MONDAY, JULY 4 Independence Day Fireworks Show 9:00 pm San Clemente Pier

The City of San Clemente hosts an annual Fireworks Show from the San Clemente Pier beginning at 9pm. The fireworks display can also be seen from many beaches and hilltop areas. The end of the Pier, opposite the entrance will close at noon on Monday, July 3rd for preliminary preparation and the entire Pier will be closed on Tuesday, July 4th at 8am. For information about the Ocean Festival Fundraising Dinner on the Pier, call (949) 878-1273. Dinner tickets go on sale on Saturday, June 3, 10-11am, at the Fisherman’s Restaurant.

The evening will begin with a family friendly Karaoke contest starting at 7:30pm and will conclude with the showing of Sing.

BEACH CONCERTS

May 12, June 15, 29, July 27, August 10 6:00 pm | San Clemente Pier & Sand

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Head down to the beach to enjoy the sounds of music and surf with the sunset as your backdrop. Fisherman’s Restaurant provides a BBQ dinner served at the beach front for $8 per person (cash only).

MAY 12 - 5:00 pm

SCHS & Shorecliffs Jazz Bands

2000 lbs. of Blues

JULY 27

Common Sense

JUNE 15

Wigs & Ties

AUGUST 10

Unlimited Stones

CONCERT IN THE PARK

July 6 | Linda Lane Park | 6:00 pm

Kelly Boys Country Music and Line Dancing. Bring your dancing shoes and learn how to line dance. The concert at Linda Lane Park features a stunning backdrop of the sunset and crashing waves along the horizon. Thank you to our sponsor for helping to bring free community events to San Clemente.

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Sunday, August 13 FIESTA MUSIC FESTIVAL 9:00 am - 7:00 pm Avenida Del Mar

The Fiesta Music Festival features activities for the whole family, including food and game booths sponsored by local nonprofit organizations, three stages with continuous live music throughout the day, contests for all ages, a salsa challenge, arts & crafts show, business expo, children's rides, action sports expo, exhibits, clowns, jugglers, face painters and much more. For more information, visit www. scchamber.com or call the San Clemente Chamber at (949) 492-1131.

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camp choose your summer adventure

CAMPS-AT-A-GLANCE 2017

Looking to fill your summer up one week at a time? This is the tool for you! Times, dates, and days of camps will vary. Please visit our online registration page for all the details, www.san-clemente.org/recreation.

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WEEK OF:

ART, DANCE, MUSIC, & DRAMA CAMPS All-in-One Dance Camp

4-7yrs

Art Camps with Sandy Reid

5-12yrs

Children's Theater "Lion King"

6-15yrs

Children's Theater "The Jungle Book"

6-15yrs

Children's Theater "Shrek, Jr."

6-15yrs

Children's Theater "Aladdin, Jr."

6-15yrs

Children's Theater "Beauty & the Beast"

6-15yrs

Incrediflix "Star Wars Live Action"

7-13yrs

Incrediflix "Lego Flix"

7-13yrs

Incrediflix "Combo Camp"

7-13yrs

Incrediflix "Stop Motion"

7-13yrs

Incrediflix"Star Wars Stop Motion"

7-13yrs

Incrediflix "Combo Camp"

7-13yrs

Karen Lucy's All About Dance Camp

5-8yrs

Pop Star Sing & Dance Camp

5-8yrs

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DAY CAMPS 6-13yrs

Active Adventure Day Camp

EARLY CHILDHOOD MINI-CAMPS All-Star Tiny Cheer Camp

4-7yrs

Early Literacy

4-6yrs

K-Smart Camps

5-7yrs

Mad Science "Little Scientist's Preschool Lab"

3-5yrs

"Frozen" Princess Academy Camp

3-6yrs

San Clemente Playschool Camp

3-5yrs

Skyhawks "Mini-Hawk Multi-Sport"

4-7yrs

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AUG 14

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WEEK OF:

ENRICHMENT CAMPS Bionerds: It's All About Life!

5-12yrs

Bionerds: Let's Dive into the Ocean

5-12yrs

Bionerds: Combo Camp

5-12yrs

Culinary Kids

5-12yrs

First Grade Smart Start Camp

6-8yrs

Mad Science "Physics"

5-12yrs

Mad Science "Rocketry Lab"

7-12yrs

Mad Science "Secret Agent Lab"

6-12yrs

Spanish Camp

6-10yrs

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SPORTS CAMPS Basics of Skateboarding

3-12yrs

Beach Volleyball Camp (2 wk 4 day camps)

10-15yrs

Gymnastics Camp

4-10yrs

Ninja Zone Sports Camp

4-11yrs

Pure Volleyball Camp

9-12yrs

Pure Volleyball Camp "Mother & Daughter"

6+ yrs

Skyhawks "Beginning Golf"

5-8yrs

Skyhawks "Basketball"

6-12yrs

Skyhawks "Football"

6-12yrs

Tennis Camp I

8-14yrs

Tennis Camp II

10-18yrs

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SURF & AQUATICS CAMPS Aloha Beach Camp

6-16yrs

Guard in Training Camp

6-14yrs

JP's Surf Camp

7+ yrs

Lucid Surf Camp

7-15yrs

San Clemente Surf Camp

7-15yrs

Body Boarding Adventures Camp

6+ yrs

Special Fishies

4-18yrs

Stand Up Paddle Board Camp

10-17yrs

Westwind Sailing "Mini Mates Day Camp"

6-8yrs

Westwind Sailing "Wayfarer Day Camp"

8-10yrs

Westwind Sailing " Voyager Day Camp"

11-13yrs

Westwind Sailing "Teen Sailing"

13-17yrs

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ART Art Camps with Sandy Reid 5-12 years Each of our summer art camps has a different theme and includes sketching, painting, building 3D sculpture, print making and collage within the 5 days. We use watercolor, Acrylic's soft- and oil pastels, inks, illustrated papers, clay, yarn and more. Half way through each day of camp, we take a break for snacks and games. For more information sign up for our newsletter via sandysartstudio.com We are so excited to get creative again! There is a $40 material fee, due at the first day of class. Instructor: Sandy Reid Site: Community Center or Pico Park (*) Days: Monday-Friday Fee: $200

City of San Clemente Children’s Theater 6-15 years

In a fun and creative environment, campers will master their performance skills through a variety of theater workshops and classes, challenging and promoting each student's unique theatrical growth. Performance and production opportunities are provided in the areas of acting, dance, stagecraft, make-up, character development, music and costume design. All campers will be cast in a role for the final showcase performance, held on the last day of camp, featuring the highlighted show listed. Don't miss this rare opportunity to work with theater professionals in a fun and supportive learning environment! No prior experience necessary, suitable for all levels. Instructor: City Recreation Performing Arts Staff Site: San Clemente High School Little Theater Time: 8:30am-5:00pm DATE Jun 5-Jun 9 Jun 19-Jun 23 Jul 10-Jul 14 Jul 24-Jul 28 Aug 7-Aug 11

PRODUCTION "Lion King" "The Jungle Book" "Shrek, Jr." "Aladdin, Jr." "Beauty & the Beast"

FEE $195 $195 $195 $195 $195

CODE 54308 54309 54310 54311 54314

Incrediflix Camps 7-13 years Come make movies! We focus on expanding imagination and creativity using hands-on activities. Kids learn brainstorming, story structure, and story-building in all camps. In animation camps, kids create characters, backgrounds, film, and do voice-overs. In live action camps, kids location scout, act, film, and learn filmmaking strategies. Production fee of $30 ($60 for a full day) payable to the instructor at first class. Instructor: Incredifilx Staff Site: Community Center Fee: Half-day $165 / *Full-day $297 THEME DATE TIME CODE Star Wars Live Action Jun 26-30 9:00am-12:00pm 55117 Lego Flix Jun 26-30 1:00pm-4:00pm 55118 Combo Camp Jun 26-30 9:00am-4:00pm 55116 Stop Motion Jul 17-21 9:00am-12:00pm 55120 Star Wars Stop Motion July 17-21 1:00pm-4:00pm 55121 Combo Camp Jul 17-21 9:00am-4:00pm 55119 *Participants should bring their own lunch.

DATE TIME CODE Jun 5-Jun 9 1:00-4:00pm 54700 Jun 12-Jun 16 8:00-11:00am *54701 Jun 12-Jun 16 1:00-4:00pm 54702 Jun 19-Jun 23 1:00-4:00pm 55223 Jun 26-Jun 30 8:00-11:00am *54703 Jun 26-Jun 30 1:00-4:00pm 54704 Jul 24-Jul 28 8:00-11:00am *54705 Jul 24-Jul 28 1:00-4:00pm 54708 Jul 31-Aug 4 1:00-4:00pm 54710 Aug 7-Aug 11 1:00-4:00pm 55221 *Held at Pico Park (315 East Avenida Pico)

BEACH San Clemente Junior Lifeguards Program 9-17 years

San Clemente Junior Lifeguards is an ocean and beach safety program for 9 to 17 year olds. Participants receive education and experience in ocean safety, first aid, rescue techniques, bodysurfing, board surfing, body boarding, physical fitness, and Marine Safety operations. Junior Lifeguards Registration (New & Returning Students) • Students who passed the swim test in April & returning students must register at www.san-clemente.org/JG • Registration opens at 8:00am on April 26. Questions? Please call (949) 361-8261 Instructor: City Beach Lifeguards Site: Pier/Marine Safety Headquarters Fee: $235/resident; $260/non-resident (No class July 4th) SESSION DAY DATE TIME BARCODE 1st/AM M-F Jun 12-Jun 30 9:00am-12:00pm 57138 1st/PM M-F Jun 12-Jun 30 1:00pm-4:00pm 57139 2nd/AM M-F Jul 3-Jul 21 9:00am-12:00pm 57140 2nd/PM M-F Jul 3-Jul 21 1:00pm-4:00pm 57141 3rd/AM M-F Jul 24-Aug 11 9:00am-12:00pm 57142 3rd/PM M-F Jul 24-Aug 11 1:00pm-4:00pm 57143

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THEME Abstract Art Outdoor Painting Animal Art 3D Art Outdoor Painting Picasso Outdoor Painting Colors & Shapes Abstract Art Wild Animal Art

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DAY CAMPS

Karen Lucy's School of Dance All About Dance Camp 5-8 years

Active Adventures Day Camp 6-13 years Fun games, playful sports, cool arts & crafts, daily swimming & splashing around the pool, making new friends, exciting fieldtrips, educational mindbuster activities and more FUN are all planned for your child at Active Adventures! Camp includes two healthy snacks, water, and a camp T- shirt. Please come prepared with a lunch, bathing suit, sunscreen, towel and a change of clothes. A one-time material fee of $20 is due on the first day of camp. No camp July 4. Instructor: City Recreation Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center Days: Monday - Friday Half Days: $125/wk (8:00am-12:30pm) or (12:30pm-5:00pm) Full Days (barcodes below): $185/wk (8:00am-5:00pm) DATE Jun 5-Jun 9 Jun 12-Jun 16 Jun 19-Jun 23 Jun 26-Jun 30 Jul 3-Jul 7* Jul 10-Jul 14 Jul 17-Jul 21 Jul 24-Jul 28 Jul 31-Aug 4 Aug 7-Aug 11 Aug 14-Aug 18

THEME/FIELD TRIP Summer Days/Sailing & Kayaking Batter Up!/Padres Game Fun Zone/Balboa Fun Zone Sailing Away/Maritime Museum Obstacle Course/UCI Obstacle Course Just Add Water/Whale Watching Zoo'pendous Day/San Diego Zoo Heat Wave/Salt Creek Beach Artist at Heart/SD Museum of Art Moments in Time/USS Midway Endless Summer/Crystal Cove

CODE 53920 53921 53922 53923 53924 53925 53926 53927 53928 53929 53930

*No camp July 4 - camp fee is $150 (full day)

COOKING

SUMMER 2017

Culinary Kids 5-12 years

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Unleash the inner chef! From spice to dish, herb to entree, oven to tummy, your child will be inspired to add healthy delicious new flavors to their taste buds. Let’s cook, create, and collaborate in the kitchen! With our flavorful healthy dishes, expert chefs and teachers, and fun filled atmosphere, your young chef will develop lifelong essential cooking skills while sautéing their way around tasty menu masterpieces! We’ll See You In The Kitchen! There is a $45 material fee due at the first day of class. Visit us at www.culinarykids.biz for more details and information. Instructor: Culinary Kids Staff Site: Community Center Days: Monday -Friday Time: 1:30pm-4:30pm Fee: $175 DATE Jun 5-Jun 9 Jun 12-Jun 16 Jul 10-Jul 14 Jul 17-Jul 21 Jul 31-Aug 4 Aug 7-Aug 11

THEME BARCODE American/Road Trip/Route 66 54186 Farmers' Market Basket 54187 Superheroes Have Super Powers 54188 Sweet and Savory Baking Basics 54189 Around the World in 15 Recipes 54190 The Food Lab 54191

Come learn the history of dance. This class will go over basic tap, ballet, jazz, and hip hop. Enjoy learning with costumes, instruments, rhythm sticks, acting and performing. As well as a dance appearance with seasoned dancers. All music played will be kid friendly. There will be a last day presentation for the parents. NE W Instructor: Karen Lucy's School of Dance ! Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jul 10-Jul 14 9:00am-12:00pm $130 55049

All Star Cheer & Tumble Camp 4-7 years

In this camp our beginning cheerleaders will learn the proper foundation for this sport. Campers will learn arm motions, proper cheerleading jumps, beginning pom-dances and kicks, beginning tumbling skills, and practice voice projection, sharpness, and how to work in a team setting with peers. This fun, noncompetitive format also includes daily cheer-themed crafts, creative team building games, and daily kindness discussions and activities. Parents and friends will enjoy the cheer team's last day performance and exhibition. For more information, visit www. ocdanceproductions.com. A $30 materials fee (cash) is due at first class. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Staff Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jul 17-Jul 21 9:00am-3:00pm $225 54592

Pop Star Sing & Dance Camp 5-8 years

Learn lyrics and hip hop/jazz choreography to favorite kids artists of 2017. Dancers will learn how to make their own pop star dances at home, and will learn about stage presence and performance skills that will improve confidence and improvisation. Camp includes team building games, pop star crafts, and daily kindness activities to help kids support and build up one another. For more information on camps, please visit www.ocdanceproductions.com. A $20 materials fee (cash) is due at first class. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Staff Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jul 10-Jul 14 9:00am-12:00pm $149 54418

All-in-One Dance Camp 4-7 years

Participants have an action packed week learning jazz, ballet, hip hop, and beginning tumbling (acro). Formatted to provide a diverse dance base for kids, this camp includes fun crafts, team building games, daily kindness discussions and activities. Please bring a snack and water. For more information, please visit www.ocdanceproductions.com. Please bring $20 (cash) to the first day of camp for crafts. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Staff Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 26-Jun 30 9:00am-12:00pm $149 54420

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Children will enjoy a winter wonderland featuring their favorite winter sisters. Princesses are trained through song, play, etiquette, stories, dance and crafts. Activities focus on poise, grace and kindness through learning beginning ballet, tea party etiquette and playing team building games. A royal performance for family and friends held on the last day of camp. Wear tights or shorts and ballet or closed-toe shoes. More information: info@ocdanceproductions.com; supply fee: $20 (cash). Instructor: OC Dance Productions Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 19-Jun 23 9:00am-12:00pm $149 54595

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EDUCATIONAL & SCIENCE Early Literacy 4½-6 years

This is a perfect camp to begin preparation and guidance for children who will be entering kindergarten, fall 2018. Carefully designed for young Pre-K students who have had some extra experience getting to know their ABCs. The letters are further explored with an emphasis on phonemic awareness in the context of real and meaningful learning. Language games, early reading strategies, simple songs, character dress-ups, puppetry, drawing, and handwriting. There is a 10% sibling discount - registration must be done in person. Instructor: Tracey Frank Pringle Site: Club Literacy (34085 PCH, Dana Point) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jul 10-Jul 14 3:00pm- 5:00pm $218 56543 M-F Jul 31-Aug 4 9:30am-11:30am $218 56544

Prerequisite: Kindergarten enrollment. A perfect class to help prepare children who will be entering kindergarten in the upcoming school year. This learning camp offers extra practice and exposure with reading readiness skills. Nurturing the development of phonemic awareness and phonics skills is at the center of this class. Students will be immersed in great and contemporary literature. Early handwriting as well as a love for journal writing. Pencil grips will improve! There is a 10% sibling discount - registration must be done in person. Instructor: Tracey Frank Pringle Site: Club Literacy (34085 PCH, Dana Point) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jul 10-Jul 14 9:30am-11:30am $218 56567 M-F Jul 10-Jul 14 9:30am-12:30pm $325 56568 M-Th Jul 17-Jul 20 1:00pm- 3:00pm $175 56570 M-F Jul 24-Jul 28 9:30am-11:30am $218 56571 M-F Jul 24-Jul 28 9:30am-12:30pm $325 56577 M-F Aug 7-Aug 11 9:30am-11:30pm $218 56578 M-F Aug 7-Aug 11 9:30am-12:30am $325 56575 M-F Aug 7-Aug 11 11:30am- 1:00pm $218 56579

Students will be empowered with reading strategies! Through literature, students will be presented with learning opportunities to reinforce phonics skills and basic sight word recognition. Strong emphasis is placed on these skills, allowing students the opportunity to gain fluency with their reading. Lots of journal writing - providing students with writing techniques that will propel them to achieve the highest standards in school. Leveled books sent home for reading practice. All weeks are different - join us for one camp or all camps! More details: www.ClubLiteracy.com Instructor: Tracey Frank Pringle Site: Club Literacy (34085 PCH, Dana Point) DAY M-F M-Th M-F M-Th M-F M-F M-Th M-Th

DATE Jun 19-Jun 23 Jun 26-Jun 29 Jul 10-Jul 14 Jul 17-Jul 21 Jul 24-Jul 28 Jul 31-Aug 4 Aug 7-Aug 11 Aug 7-Aug 10

TIME 3:00pm- 5:00pm 1:00pm- 3:00pm 1:00pm- 3:00pm 9:30am-12:30pm 1:00pm- 3:00pm 1:00pm- 3:00pm 11:30am-1:00pm 1:00pm- 3:00pm

FEE BARCODE $218 56558 $175 56559 $218 56560 $325 56562 $218 56563 $218 56564 $166 56561 $175 56565

San Clemente Playschool Camp 3-5 years

Fun time, game time, craft time, summer time...it’s PLAYSCHOOL! Students will enjoy theme activities that initiate creativity, stimulate imagination, and encourage new friends. Each week includes sports, music, art, games, and story time. Activities promote sharing, listening, creativity and cognitive development through interactive play and nature activities. Bring a healthy snack each day, water is provided. Children must be toilet trained. No class July 4. Instructor: City Recreation Playschool Staff Site: Tierra Grande Park Days: Monday-Thursday Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Fee: $120/week DATE THEME BARCODE Jun 5-Jun 8 Ocean Odyssey 54019 Jun 12-Jun 15 Backyard Bugs 54020 Jun 19-Jun 22 Pets Life 54021 Jun 26-Jun 29 Our Little Artist 54022 Jul 3-Jul 7 Pirate's Plunder 54023 Jul 10-Jul 13 Super Hero Academy 54024 Jul 17-Jul 20 To the Rescue! 54025 Jul 24-Jul 27 Astronauts Club 54026 Jul 31-Aug 3 Going Wild 54027 Aug 7-Aug 10 Ooey, Gooey, Slimy 54028 Aug 14-Aug 17 All Star Athletes 54029

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K-Smart Camps 5-7 years

First Grade Smart Start Camp 6-8 years

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"Frozen" Princess Academy 3-6 years

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Spanish Camp 6-10 years Join us for our Spanish summer camp where you will have a blast playing games, singing songs, doing crafts and best of all, creating wacky silly stories all in Spanish! Conversa offers a fun and unique language-learning experience designed for young children to begin loving Spanish. For more information email: anabel.rodriguez@conversaspanish.com. Instructor: Conversa Staff Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 12-Jun16 9:30am-11:30am $165 55184

Mad Science® Lab Camps 3-12 years Join the Mad Scientists and explore a world of wonder and amazement! Different camps dive into a variety of areas of science. Come for one or explore them all! Instructor: Mad Science Staff Site: Tierra Grande Park LITTLE SCIENTIST'S PRESCHOOL LAB 3-5 years Experience fun, touchy-feely experiments in this weeklong theme lab. Meet Mr. Bones, dig for dinosaurs, explore rainbows of light, and play with the power of magnets. Our preschool campers take a journey through taste buds and smell, become an astronaut in training, play with ooey-gooey polymers, learn educational games, and much more! Prior preschool experience required. There is a $40 material fee due at the first class. DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jul 10-Jul 14 9:00am-12:00pm $179 55293 M-F Jul 31-Aug 4 9:00am-12:00pm $179 55294

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PHYSICS LAB 7-12 years Get hands-on with physics as you engineer giant pyramids, super-strong arches, and giant skyscrapers made of crazy materials! Master your center of gravity, and transform into a human pulley system. Build armor for an egg – then drop it off the roof! Construct your own bridges, catapults, and micropinchers to keep! $40 material fee due at the first class. DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 26-Jun 30 9:00am-12:00pm $179 57187 M-F Aug 7-Aug 11 9:00am-12:00pm $179 57188

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Bionerds Lab Camps 5-12 years Older children (8-12 yrs) will perform dissection, younger children (5-7yrs) will observe. More info: admin@bionerdsllc. com or (949-) 88-1486. Instructor: Bionerds Staff Site: Community Center IT'S ALL ABOUT LIFE! Learn about the amazing life around you, from decomposers, insects, plants, human, microorganisms, genetics, and many more. Your child will be up close and personal with the live organisms on some topics and/or perform cool biology experiments on the other using lab equipment/tools. Additional $60 material fee due on the first day of camp. DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 12-Jun 16 9:00am-12:00pm $150 54717 LET'S DIVE INTO THE OCEAN Learn about the amazing marine animals from the tiny planktons, starfish, to the great white sharks, and many more. Your child will be up close and personal with the live/ preserved/fresh organisms on some topics and/or perform cool biology experiments on the other using lab equipment/ tools. Additional $60 material fee due on the first day of camp. DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 12-Jun 16 1:00pm-4:00pm $150 54718 BIONERDS COMBO CAMP This combo class offers a full day camp featuring "It's All About Life" and "Let's Dive into the Ocean" camps. Additional $90 material fee due on the first day of camp. Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME M-F Jun 12-Jun 16 9:00am-4:00pm

ROCKETRY LAB 7-12 years Unleash your inner rocket scientist with a week of superpowered rockets and aerodynamics in this summer camp for kids! Invent, build, launch, and take home paper rockets, bottle rockets, chemical reaction rockets, and more during our summer camp activities! Construct and keep an official Mad Science Skyblazer II Rocket- just like what we’ll launch over 100 feet in the air! $40 material fee is due at the first day of class. DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jul 17-Jul 21 9:00am-12:00pm $179 57189 M-F Aug 14-Aug 18 9:00am-12:00pm $179 57190

REGISTER EARLY! Help us avoid cancelling classes due to low enrollment... Remember to register early! Registering is easy. Create an online account today by visiting www.san-clemente.org/recreation. CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE │ (949) 429-8797 or (949) 361-8264

FEE $290

BARCODE 54719

Looking for “FUN” at your next party or event? will do the work for you! You choose the party package and we do the rest! Each party is packaged for 12 children with 90 minutes of activities & games. (Additional party particpants are $5 per child) AGES: 3-12years FEE: $150 (includes park space reservation fee) DAYS & TIMES: Saturday & Sunday, 10am-5pm PARTY PARK SITES: Courtney’s SandCastle  Forster Ranch Park  Max Berg Park Rancho San Clemente Park  Tierra Grande Park OR Choose your own City park site (additional $25 fee applies) PARTY THEMES (CHOOSE ONE): All Sorts of Sports  Carnival Spectacular  Under the Sea Luau Arghh Pirate Adventure  Super Science  Field Day Festival Princess/Fairy Fantasyland  Crafty Creations

RESERVE YOUR PARTY TODAY! Party reservations can be made through the San Clemente Recreation Division.


Gymnastics Camp 4-10 years

At summer gymnastics camp, children are introduced to skills on the floor, vault, beam, bars and tumble-trak. The camp is divided into small groups of 5-8 children per instructor. Camp is an excellent opportunity for your child to learn gymnastics in a safe, fun, and non-competitive environment. In addition to gymnastics, campers play games and make crafts. Please bring a small snack for the 15 minute break time. $10 sibling discount. Instructor: San Clemente Gymnastics Staff Site: San Clemente Gymnastics (972 Calle Negocio) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-Th Jun 12-Jun 15 9:15am-12:15pm $135 54243 M-Th Jun 26-Jun 29 9:15am-12:15pm $135 54244 M-Th Jul 17-Jul 20 9:15am-12:15pm $135 54245 M-Th Jul 31-Aug 3 9:15am-12:15pm $135 54246

Ninja Zone Sport Camp 4-11 years

Ninja sport is inspired from obstacle course training, gymnastics, parkour and martial arts. Obstacle courses improve strength and agility. Ninja training involves ninja style flips, rolls, kicks, vaults. Gymnastics tumbling is for total body coordination. Beyond skills, the curriculum teaches discipline and impulse control. This course is designed for NE W boys only. $10 sibling discount. ! Instructor: San Clemente Gymnastics Staff Site: San Clemente Gymnastics (972 Calle Negocio) DAY M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

DATE Jun 5-Jun 8 Jun 19-Jun 22 Jul 10-Jul 13 Jul 24-Jul 27 Aug 7-Aug 10

TIME 9:15am-12:00pm 12:45pm-3:30pm 9:15am-12:00pm 12:45pm-3:30pm 12:45pm-3:30pm

TENNIS SAILING

Voyagers is THE place to start sailing. Learn boating safety, sailing skills, terminology, STEM education and knot tying though innovative activities. Other activities may include a Harbor Patrol Safety demonstration, a sailing trip aboard the 'Spirit Dana Point' (select camps), crafts and our awesome Stuft Pizza Party! Please bring a $35 material fee to the instructor on the first day. DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 5-Jun 9 9:00am- 3:30pm $409 55413 M-F Jun 19-Jun 23 9:00am- 3:30pm $409 55414 M-F Jul 17-Jul 21 9:00am- 3:30pm $409 55415 M-F Jul 31-Aug 4 9:00am- 3:30pm $409 55416 M-F Aug 14-Aug 18 9:00am- 3:30pm $409 55417

FEE BARCODE $360 55389 $360 55390 $360 55391 $360 55392 $360 55393

DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 19-Jun 23 8:30am-11:30am $215 55399 M-F Jul 17-Jul 21 8:30am-11:30am $215 55400

Land Sailors - Extended Care 6-13 years

Parents, do you have commitments that prevent you from dropping off or picking up your camper on time? Similar to a day camp experience, Land Sailors extended care provides supervision while keeping the juniors entertained with games, activities and beach play. Participants must also be registered for any Westwind Sailing Camp listed above. Discounted rate of $69 for additional children. Must register in person for discount. DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 5-Jun 9 8:00am- 6:00pm $119 55394 M-F Jun 19-Jun 23 8:00am- 6:00pm $119 55395 M-F Jul 17-Jul 21 8:00am- 6:00pm $119 55396 M-F Jul 31-Aug 4 8:00am- 6:00pm $119 55397 M-F Aug 14-Aug 18 8:00am- 6:00pm $119 55398

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Mini Mates is a great first adventure in boating! Learn rowing, boating safety, knot tying and beginning sailing with instructors. Meet the Dana Point Harbor Patrol, play boating games, explore the tide pools, and take a sailing trip. Please bring a material fee of $25 to the instructor at the first class. TIME 8:30am-2:00pm 8:30am-2:00pm 8:30am-2:00pm 8:30am-2:00pm 8:30am-2:00pm

Voyager Camp 11-13 years

Teen Sailing I

Mini Mates Day Camp 6-8 years

DATE Jun 5-Jun 9 Jun 19-Jun 23 Jul 17-Jul 21 Jul 31-Aug 4 Aug 14-Aug 18

Registration begins April 26!

FEE BARCODE $135 54953 $135 54954 $135 54955 $135 54956 13-17 years $135 54957 You're in control! Learn the basics of boating safety, rigging and points of sail - then put it together and experience the thrill of sailing your own vessel with kids your age! Please bring a $10 supply fee paid to instructor on the first day.

WESTWIND SAILING CAMPS All participants must be water safe and pre-registered. Please bring a lunch or snack (no glass containers), towel, sunscreen and a swimsuit daily. Site: OC Sailing Center (34451 Ensenada, Dana Point)

DAY M-F M-F M-F M-F M-F

Welcome to the world of sailing! Wayfarer campers learn the importance of ocean safety, safe boating and STEM education while having fun and learning to sail. Rigging and sailing games, knot tying, crafts, tall ship sailing aboard the 'Spirit of Dana Point' (select weeks) and of course our Stuft Pizza Party! Please bring a $35 material fee to the instructor on the first day. DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 5-Jun 9 8:30am- 2:00pm $380 55418 M-F Jun 19-Jun 23 8:30am- 2:00pm $380 55419 M-F Jul 17-Jul 21 8:30am- 2:00pm $380 55420 M-F Jul 31-Aug 4 8:30am- 2:00pm $380 55421 M-F Aug 14-Aug 18 8:30am- 2:00pm $380 55422

SUMMER CAMPS

Wayfarer Day Camp I 8-10 years

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SUMMER CAMPS

Pure Volleyball Camp 6-12 years

SPORTS TENNIS Basics of Skateboarding 3-12 years This hands-on class allows kids to develop and enhance their skateboarding skills. All participants receive direct instruction from an experienced skateboard teacher and are grouped according to ability and age. There is a $10 insurance fee that is payable to the instructor at the first day of class (one-time annual fee). Instructor: Matt Sheridan and Staff Site: Ralphs Skate Court Beginning Class DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu-F Jun 6-Jun 9 9:00am-11:00am $153 54720 Tu-F Jun 13-Jun 16 9:00am-11:00am $153 54721 Tu-F Jun 20-Jun 23 9:00am-11:00am $153 54722 Tu-F Jun 27-Jun 30 9:00am-11:00am $153 54723 Tu-F Jul 11-Jul 14 9:00am-11:00am $153 54724 Tu-F Jul 18-Jul 21 9:00am-11:00am $153 54725 Tu-F Jul 25-Jul 28 9:00am-11:00am $153 54726 Tu-F Aug 1-Aug 4 9:00am-11:00am $153 54727 Tu-F Aug 8-Aug 11 9:00am-11:00am $153 54728 Tu-F Aug 15-Aug 18 9:00am-11:00am $153 54729 Intermediate/Advanced Class Tu-F Jun 6-Jun 9 11:00am-12:00pm $75 54730 Tu-F Jun 13-Jun 16 11:00am-12:00pm $75 54731 Tu-F Jun 20-Jun 23 11:00am-12:00pm $75 54732 Tu-F Jun 27-Jun 30 11:00am-12:00pm $75 54733 Tu-F Jul 11-Jul 14 11:00am-12:00pm $75 54734 Tu-F Jul 18-Jul 21 11:00am-12:00pm $75 54735 Tu-F Jul 25-Jul 28 11:00am-12:00pm $75 54736 Tu-F Aug 1-Aug 4 11:00am-12:00pm $75 54737 Tu-F Aug 8-Aug 11 11:00am-12:00pm $75 54738 Tu-F Aug 15-Aug 18 11:00am-12:00pm $75 54739

SUMMER 2017

Beach Volleyball Camp 10-15 years This CO-ED volleyball camp introduces the basic fundamentals of beach volleyball to include, conditioning, skills, and strategies to move players to the top of their game. Players of all levels will develop and hone their skills with instruction and structured play. Please bring sunscreen, towel, drinks/ snacks, and a swimsuit! Camp t-shirt provided. No class July 4. Instructor: City Recreation Staff Site: “Lost Winds” Volleyball Courts DAY M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th M-Th

DATE Jun 5-Jun 15 Jun 19-Jun 29 Jul 5-Jul 13 Jul 17-Jul 27 Jul 31-Aug 10

TIME 10:00am-12:00pm 10:00am-12:00pm 10:00am-12:00pm 10:00am-12:00pm 10:00am-12:00pm

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FEE BARCODE $100 54300 $100 54301 $75 54302 $100 54303 $100 54307

Summer camp for girl athletes only to experience challenging sand jump/circuit training, ball handling skills, instruction for offense/defense, and daily opportunities to compete playing “Pure Volleyball” in a safe, fun, and always positive environment. Instructor: Bridget Beschen-Burke Site: Rancho San Clemente Park Volleyball Courts DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jul 10-Jul 14 8:30am-10:00am $125 55344 M-F Jul 17-Jul 21 8:30am-10:00am $125 55345 M-F Jul 24-Jul 28 4:00pm- 5:30pm $125 55346

Pure Volleyball Camp: Mother & Daughter 6 years+

This camp is designed for BOTH mothers and daughters, ages 6 years and older, to explore the sport and have fun together! Athletes will learn ball handling, jump training, offense and defense skills on sand courts. Mothers and daughters will have daily opportunities to compete and practice playing 'Pure Volleyball' in a safe, fun, challenging, and always positive environment from Coach Bridget Burke (mom of girls) Instructor: Bridget Beschen-Burke Site: Rancho San Clemente Park Volleyball Courts DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jul 10-Jul 14 4:00pm-5:30pm $150 55341 M-F Jul 17-Jul 21 4:00pm-5:30pm $150 55342 M-F Jul 24-Jul 28 8:30am-10:00am $150 55343 *Fee includes registration for mother & daughter.

Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Multi-Sport Camp 4-7 years

This baseball, basketball and soccer camp gives children a fun and positive first step into athletics. Through games andactivities, campers will explore balance, hand/eye coordinationand skill development at their own pace. bring a water bottle, running shoes, and sunscreen. Each child receives a t-shirt, ball, and merit award. Instructor: Skyhawks Staff Site: Tierra Grande Park DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 26-Jun 30 9:00am-12:00pm $179 54178 M-F Jul 10-Jul 14 9:00am-12:00pm $179 55479

Skyhawks Sports Camps 6-12 years

Participants will learn the fundamentals of various sports. Participants should wear appropriate clothing, running shoes, bring a lunch and snack, a water bottle. All equipment is provided. Visit www.skyhawks.com for more information. Site: Tierra Grande Park/Vista Hermosa Sports Park Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Day: Monday-Friday DATE SPORT AGES FEE BARCODE Jul 5-Jul 7 Golf 5-8 yr $149 *54157 Jul 10-Jul 14 Flag Football 6-12 yr $179 **54172 Aug 7-Aug 11 Flag Football 6-12 yr $179 **54173 Jun 26-Jun 30 Basketball 6-12 yr $179 *54176 Jul 24-Jul 28 Basketball 6-12 yr $179 *54177 * Tierra Grande Park / **Vista Hermosa Sports Park

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Aloha Beach Camp 6-16 years Join the Aloha team in its 19th year on the beach! Designed for all surfing abilities. Surfing groups are 1:2, instructor to camper ratio. Body boarding, body surfing, and activities are 1:5. Matt Colapinto has 45 years surfing experience, 35 years as a Beach lifeguard, and 23 years as an Elementary school teacher. Special focus: surf etiquette, water safety, rip currents, lateral currents, in-shore holes, and beach hazards. For more information, visit www. alohabeachcamp.net. Instructor: Matt Colapinto & Aloha Staff Site: T-Street Beach (Tower 7) All Day Session DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 19-Jun 23 9:00am-3:30pm $450 54875 M-F Jun 26-Jun 30 9:00am-3:30pm $450 54876 M-F Jul 17-Jul 21 9:00am-3:30pm $450 54879 M-F Jul 31-Aug 4 9:00am-3:30pm $450 54882 M-F Aug 14-Aug 18 9:00am-3:30pm $450 54885 Morning Session DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 19-Jun 23 9:00am-12:00pm $250 54873 M-F Jul 17-Jul 21 9:00am-12:00pm $250 54877 M-F Jul 31-Aug 4 9:00am-12:00pm $250 54880 M-F Aug 14-Aug 18 9:00am-12:00pm $250 54883 Afternoon Session DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 19-Jun 23 12:30pm-3:30pm $250 54874 M-F Jul 17-Jul 21 12:30pm-3:30pm $250 54878 M-F Jul 31-Aug 4 12:30pm-3:30pm $250 54881 M-F Aug 14-Aug 18 12:30pm-3:30pm $250 54884

Bodyboarding Adventures Camp 6+years

We offer a 3:1, student to instructor ratio. Our focus is on teaching surfing in a positive uplifting manner, so that all participants develop a love for the ocean and surfing. Already surfing? Hard surf boards and specific instruction to meet various needs are provided. For more information visit www.jpssurfcamp.com. Register in person and receive a 10% sibling discount. Courses run through August 11. Visit our website for more course options. No camp July 4. Instructor: Jonathan Pierce & Surf Camp Staff Site: San Clemente Pier (North Side) Monday-Friday AM: 9:00am-12:00pm PM: 12:30pm-3:30pm Fee:$275 AM PM AM PM CODE CODE CODE CODE DATE DATE Jun 5-9 54744 54745 Jul 3-7 54752 54753 Jun 12-16 54746 54747 Jul 10-14 54754 54755 Jun 19-23 54748 54749 Jul 17-21 54756 54757 Jun 26-30 54750 54751 Jul 31-Aug 4 54760 54761 Aug 7-11 --- 54762 Morning: Single Day Afternoon: Single Day Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Time: 12:30pm-3:30pm Fee: $65 Fee: $65 DAY DATE BARCODE DAY DATE BARCODE M June 5 54763 M June 5 54764 Tu June 6 54765 Tu June 6 54766 W June 7 54767 W June 7 54768 Th June 8 54769 Th June 8 54770 F June 9 54771 F June 9 54772 M June 12 54773 M June 12 54774 Tu June 13 54775 Tu June 13 54776 W June 14 54777 W June 14 54778 Th June 15 54779 Th June 15 54780 F June 16 54781 F June 16 54782 M June 19 54783 M June 19 54784 Tu June 20 54785 Tu June 20 54786 W June 21 54787 W June 21 54788 Th June 22 54789 Th June 22 54790 F June 23 54791 F June 23 54792 M June 26 54793 M June 26 54794 Tu June 27 54795 Tu June 27 54796 W June 28 54797 W June 28 54798 Th June 29 54799 Th June 29 54800 F June 30 54801 F June 30 54802 M July 3 54805 M July 3 54804 Classes offered through August 11 - additional dates online.

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Come join us for a fun-filled week focusing on the basics of bodyboarding and ocean safety. Learn how to spot and catch waves, and executive spin moves, barrel rolls and more! Open to boys and girls of all skill levels. Participants should bring water, sunscreen, beach towel and a snack. All equipment, including bodyboards, rash guards and fins, will be provided. For more information, visit www.BodyboardingAdventures. com. Single day options available online. Instructor: Bodyboarding Adventures NE W Site: North Beach ! Monday-Friday AM: 9:00am-12:00pm PM: 12:30pm-3:30pm Fee:$250 AM PM AM PM CODE CODE DATE CODE CODE DATE Jun 5-Jun 9 55007 55086 Jul 17-Jul 21 55013 55092 Jun 12-Jun 16 55008 55087 July 24-28 55014 55093 Jun 19-Jun 23 55009 55088 Jul 31-Aug 4 55308 55309 Jun 26-Jun 30 55010 55089 Aug 7-Aug 11 55015 55094 Jul 5-Jul 7* 55011 55090 Aug 14-18 55016 55095 Jul 10-Jul 14 55012 55091 *Fee is $150 July 5 - July 7

JP's Surf Camp 7 years-Adult

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Lucid Surf Summer Camp 6-15 years

This hands-on, 1:3 instructor to participant camp, helps kids develop and enhance their surfing skills while having fun! Instructors are Lifeguard/CPR certified and have extensive background in surfing. For additional information, please contact Lucid Surf at (949) 391-9489 or visit lucidsurf.org. Instructor: Lucid Surf Foundation Team Site: North Beach DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-F Jun 12-Jun 15 9:00am-12:00pm $229 54889 M-F Jun 19-Jun 22 9:00am-12:00pm $229 54890 M-F Jun 26-Jun 29 9:00am-12:00pm $229 54891 M-F Jul 10-Jul 13 9:00am-12:00pm $229 54892 M-F Jul 17-Jul 20 9:00am-12:00pm $229 54893 M-F Jul 24-Jul 27 9:00am-12:00pm $229 54894 M-F Jul 31-Aug 3 9:00am-12:00pm $229 54895 M-F Aug 7-Aug 10 9:00am-12:00pm $229 54896

San Clemente Surf Camp 7-15 years

Surf Camp is a program that we have to keep kids surfing for 4 consecutive days in a camp setting. This camp is a surf camp only with limited sand time. Your surfer will mostly be in the water with our CPR/First Aid Certified instructor. We want your surfer to improve their surfing abilities at camp whether they are a beginner or advanced surfer. Surf Camp questions, please call (949) 334-7649 or e-mail surf@ sanclementesurflessons.com. A $20 rashguard fee is due to the instructor on the first day of class. Instructor: SC Surf School Site: North Beach MORNING SESSIONS DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-Th Jun 5-Jun 8 9:00am-12:00pm $250 55188 M-Th Jun 12-Jun 15 9:00am-12:00pm $250 55189 M-Th Jun 19-Jun 22 9:00am-12:00pm $250 55190 M-Th Jun 26-Jun 29 9:00am-12:00pm $250 55191 M-Th Jul 10-Jul 13 9:00am-12:00pm $250 55193 M-Th Jul 17-Jul 20 9:00am-12:00pm $250 55195 M-Th Jul 24-Jul 27 9:00am-12:00pm $250 55196 M-Th Jul 31-Aug 3 9:00am-12:00pm $250 55197 M-Th Aug 7-Aug 10 9:00am-12:00pm $250 55198 M-Th Aug 14-Aug 17 9:00am-12:00pm $250 55199 AFTERNOON SESSIONS DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-Th Jun 26-Jun 29 12:30pm-3:30pm $250 55192 M-Th Jul 10-Jul 13 12:30pm-3:30pm $250 55194 M-Th Aug 14-Aug 17 12:30pm-3:30pm $250 55200

Guard in Training Camp 6-14 years

The program provides continuing education in water safety, hazards in an aquatic environment, and basic water rescue skills. Mandatory Swim Test: complete 100 yards swimming (free style/ front crawl), 10 yards underwater swim, and tread water for 1 minute. Instructor: American Red Cross Certified Aquatics Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-Th Jun 19-Jun 22 9:00am-1:00pm $100 54380 M-Th Jul 17-Jul 20 9:00am-1:00pm $100 54381 M-Th Aug 14-Aug 179:00am-1:00pm $100 54382

Stand Up Paddle Board Camp 10-17 years Pre-registration required. SUP is going viral! We have the latest equipment - epoxy boards and carbon/fiberglass paddles. Learn safety, terminology, and stroke technique. Bring a snack (no glass containers), towel, sunscreen and a swimsuit daily. A $5 material fee is due to the instructor on the first day of camp. Instructor: Westwind Sailing Staff Site: OC Sailing Center (34451 Ensenada, Dana Point) DAY T/W/Th T/W/Th W/Th/F T/W/Th T/W/Th T/W/Th T/W/Th

DATE TIME Jun 6-Jun 8 8:30am-11:00am Jun 13-Jun 15 8:30am-11:00am Jul 5-Jul 7 8:30am-11:00am Jul 11-Jul 13 8:30am-11:00am Jul 25-Jul 27 8:30am-11:00am Aug 8-Aug 10 8:30am-11:00am Aug 15-Aug 17 8:30am-11:00am

FEE BARCODE $95 55401 $95 55402 $95 55407 $95 55403 $95 55404 $95 55405 $95 55406

TENNIS Tennis Camps 8-18 years This class has been organized for team play with an emphasis on technical and developmental progressions, live ball hitting, serve proficiency, match play, point construction, and tactical development. This will help prepare you for future tennis teams. Instructor approval may be required for Match Play course; students MUST be able to play matches. Please bring an unopened can of Penn Championship tennis balls to the first class and your own racquet. Instructor: Ryan Endraske Site: Liberty Park BEGINNING JUNIOR AGES 8-14 YEARS DAY DATE TIME T-Th Jun 6-Jun 8 9:00am-10:00am T-Th Jun 13-Jun 15 9:00am-10:00am T-Th Jun 20-Jun 22 9:00am-10:00am T-Th Jun 27-Jun 29 9:00am-10:00am T-Th Jul 11-Jul 13 9:00am-10:00am T-Th Jul 18-Jul 20 9:00am-10:00am T-Th Jul 25-Jul 27 9:00am-10:00am T-Th Aug 1-Aug 3 9:00am-10:00am T-Th Aug 8-Aug 10 9:00am-10:00am T-Th Aug 15-Aug 17 9:00am-10:00am

FEE $60 $60 $60 $60 $60 $60 $60 $60 $60 $60

BARCODE 54964 54965 54966 54967 54968 54969 54970 54971 54972 54973

INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED AGES 10-18 YEARS DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE T-Th Jun 6-Jun 8 10:00am-11:30am $75 54980 T-Th Jun 13-Jun 15 10:00am-11:30am $75 54981 T-Th Jun 20-Jun 22 10:00am-11:30am $75 54982 T-Th Jun 27-Jun 29 10:00am-11:30am $75 54983 T-Th Jul 11-Jul 13 10:00am-11:30am $75 54984 T-Th Jul 18-Jul 20 10:00am-11:30am $75 54985 T-Th Jul 25-Jul 27 10:00am-11:30am $75 54986 T-Th Aug 1-Aug 3 10:00am-11:30am $75 54987 T-Th Aug 8-Aug 10 10:00am-11:30am $75 54988 T-Th Aug 15-Aug 17 10:00am-11:30am $75 54989

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SAN CLEMENTE AQUATICS CENTER

SWIM PASSPORTS Swim passports can be used for lap and recreation swim and available for purchase at both aquatics facilities. All passports are non-refundable/non-transferable and void if lost or stolen. Resident & Active Military

(949) 429-8797 • 987 AVE. VISTA HERMOSA FACILITY CLOSURES Tuesday, July 4

Non-Resident

ANNUAL PASS Valid one year from issue Youth/Senior

$150

$300

Adult (18-59yrs)

$200

$400

SEASON PASS Valid 90 days from issue

HOLIDAY HOURS Monday, May 29, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm HOURS OF OPERATION Monday-Thursday: 5:30 am - 8:00 pm Friday: 5:30 am - 6:30 pm Saturday: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Sunday: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Youth/Senior

$75

$150

Adult (18-59yrs)

$100

$200

MONTH PASS Valid 30 days from issue

RECREATION SWIM (All Ages) Children under 8 years must be accompanied by an adult in the water, at arm’s reach. Children who are not potty trained and wear diapers must wear plastic pants with elastic around the waist and legs at all times. The 25 yard pool and play structure are open during Recreation Swim Diving boards open during summer hours only. Monday-Friday: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm Saturday & Sunday: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Youth/Senior

$40

$55

Adult (18-59yrs)

$55

$70

Youth/Senior

$2

$6

Adult (18-59yrs)

$4

$8

AQUATICS

CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE AQUATICS PROGRAMS

DAILY PASS

PUBLIC LAP SWIM

AMENITIES INCLUDE: • 25-yard teaching pool with zero-depth entry • 50-meter competition pool | Play feature & structure • SERVICES INCLUDE: • Swims lessons | Adult lap swim & fitness classes • Children's birthday parties & rentals • Aquatics safety education & certification classes

OLE HANSON BEACH CLUB

FACILITY CLOSURES Tuesday, July 4 HOLIDAY HOURS Monday, May 29th, 12:00pm-4:00pm HOURS OF OPERATION Monday-Thursday : 10:00 am - 6:00 pm Friday-Sunday: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm RECREATION SWIM (All Ages) Monday-Thursday : 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Friday-Sunday: 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm AMENITIES INCLUDE: 25-yard lap swimming pool | Wading/lesson pool SERVICES INCLUDE: Swim lessons | Adaptive classes | Adult Fitness

SAN CLEMENTE AQUATICS CENTER Monday-Thursday Tuesday/Thursday: 50m Long Course Friday Saturday Sunday

5:30am-8:00pm 5:30am-10:00am 5:30am-6:30pm 9:00am-4:00pm 12:00pm-4:00pm

Monday/Wednesday Tuesday/Thursday Friday-Sunday

11:00am-6:00pm 10:00am-6:00pm

OLE HANSON BEACH CLUB

10:00am-2:00pm **Hours subject to change

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Public lap swim is open for all members of the public, ages 14 years and older. Refer to Swim Passports for fee schedule. Kickboards and pull buoys are available for public use on site. Goggles are strongly recommended. Circle swim may be required during peak swimming times (Monday-Friday, 3:30-7:00pm at SCAC and Monday-Friday 11:00am-1:00pm at OHBC). Patrons of the Ole Hanson Beach Club, lanes may be limited during regular programs listed in this brochure. This schedule is subject to change. Please check our website for updates.

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LEARN TO SWIM INFORMATION & CLASSES Welcome to the City of San Clemente Learn to Swim program! Please review the following swim level information carefully as our lesson structure has changed. Summer swim lessons fill up quickly. Sign-up early to secure your spot in the class. • All students will be tested on the first day of class to ensure correct level placement. • Aquatics staff reserve the right to move students to the most developmentally appropriate swim level. • The American Red Cross (ARC) swim lesson level requirements and exit skills have been updated, please read the level descriptions to ensure enrollment in the correct swim class. PARENT & CHILD 6 months - 5 years (ARC: Parent and Child Aquatics Level 1-2) Introduces basic skills and water safety topics to parents and children. Parents learn how to work with their children in the water, including how to support their children in the water and encourage their child to participate and try new skills. Children receive an introduction to basic skills that lay a foundation for learning to swim. Children under 3 must wear plastic pants with elastic around the legs at all times. (Ratio 10:1)

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STARFISH 3-5 years (ARC: Preschool Aquatics Level 1-3) Introduces basic independent aquatic locomotion skills. Children improve their coordination and control of combine simultaneous arm and leg actions and altering arm and leg actions. New water safety topics are introduced, and previously acquired skills are reinforced. Children who are not successfully potty trained must wear plastic pants with elastic around the legs at all times. (Ratio 6:1)

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SEAHORSE (ARC: Learn to Swim Level 2 - Fundamental Aquatic Skills) Introduces basic independent aquatic locomotion skills. Many of the skills taught are similar to Starfish. Participants learn to glide and float without support and recover to a vertical position. Participants further develop simultaneous and alternating arm and leg actions on their front and back sides, laying the foundation for future strokes. New safety topics introduced and previously learned skills reinforced. (Ratio 6:1) OTTER (ARC: Learn to Swim Level 3 - Stroke Development) Prerequisite: Push off and swim using combine arm and leg actions on front side for 5 body lengths, roll to back, float for 15 seconds, roll to front, then continue swimming for at least 5 body lengths. Course: Participants learn and practice survival floating and learn to swim front crawl and elementary backstroke at rudimentary proficiency levels. Scissors and dolphin kick are introduced. Participants learn to enter the water head first from a seated position at poolside. New and previously addressed water safety topics are reinforced. Participants who successfully complete Otter have achieved basic water competency in a pool environment. (Ratio 6:1) CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE │ (949) 429-8797 or (949) 361-8264

SEAL ARC: Learn to Swim Level 4 - Stroke Improvement Prerequisite: Push off in a streamlined position then swim front crawl for 15 yards, change position and direction as necessary, swim elementary backstroke for 15 yards, then exit pool. Course: Increase endurance swimming the strokes learned in Otter. Participants add arm actions to the previously learned scissors kick and breaststroke kick to perform the rudimentary sidestroke and to learn the breaststroke. Participants begin to learn the back crawl and butterfly, as well as the basics of performing a simple open turn at a wall. (Ratio: 8:1) STINGRAY ARC: Learn to Swim Level 5 – Stroke Refinement Prerequisite: Swim front crawl for 25 yards, change directions and swim elementary backstroke for 25 yards. Swim breaststroke for 15 yards, change directions and positions as necessary and swim back crawl for 15 yards. Course: Participants refine their performance of all six strokes (front crawl, back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke, elementary backstroke, and sidestroke) and increase the distances that they swim. Participants also learn to perform flip turns on the front and back. (Ratio: 8:1) Are you uncertain about which swim level to enroll your child in? We are pleased to offer FREE swim evaluations by a certified City Water Safety Instructor. Visit the San Clemente Aquatics Center on Fridays between 4:00pm-5:00pm to have your child evaluated.

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at the Pool Lap swimming, adult fitness classes, masters swim, youth swim lessons and classes available year-round. Sign-up today!

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Please abide by the following guidelines upon enrollment: • Participants must arrive at least 10 minutes prior to class. • Please take your child to the restroom prior to the start of class. • Children who are not yet potty trained must wear plastic pants. • All classes require a minimum of 3 participants enrolled. SESSION DAY DATE FEE SESSION DAY DATE FEE #4 M-Th July 17 - July 27 $50/8 classes #1 M-Th June 5 - June 15 $50/8 classes #5 M-Th July 31 - August 10 $50/8 classes #2 M-Th June 19 - June 29 $50/8 classes #6 M-Th Aug 14 - Aug 24 $50/8 classes M-Th July 3 - July 13 $45/7 classes #3 No class July 4th Sa July 8 - July 29 $50/8 classes SAN CLEMENTE AQUATICS CENTER (SCAC) DAY

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PARENT & CHILD (6 months-5 years/parent in water) M-Th 12:00pm-12:25pm 56627 M-Th 5:30pm-5:55pm 56619 56621 56624 56628 56631 56644 M-Th 6:00pm-6:25pm 56620 56622 56625 56629 56632 56645 Sa 11:30am-11:55am 56626 STARFISH (3-5 years/without parent) Little or no prior swim experience M-Th 10:30am-10:55am 56681 56718 56725 56867 56874 M-Th 11:30am-11:55am 56713 56720 56727 56869 56876 M-Th 12:00pm-12:25pm 56712 56719 56726 56875 M-Th 3:30pm-3:55pm 56714 56721 56728 56870 56877 56893 M-Th 4:00pm-4:25pm 56715 56722 56729 56871 56878 56894 M-Th 6:00pm-6:25pm 56717 56724 56865 56873 57100 56896 M-Th 11:30am-11:55am 56866 SEA HORSE (6-12 years ) Little or no prior swim experience M-Th 10:30am-10:55am 56897 56951 56957 56963 56969 M-Th 11:00am-11:25am 56946 56952 56958 56964 56970 M-Th 11:30am-11:55am 56947 56953 56959 56965 56971 M-Th 3:30pm-3:55pm 56948 56954 56960 56972 56972 56975 M-Th 4:30pm-4:55pm 56949 56955 56961 56967 56973 56976 M-Th 5:00pm-5:25pm 56950 56956 56962 56968 56974 56977 OTTER (5-12 years) Float on back for 15 seconds, swim on front and back for 5 body lengths M-Th 11:00am-11:25am 56978 57048 57054 57060 57066 M-Th 12:00pm-12:25pm 57035 57050 57056 57062 57068 M-Th 3:30pm-3:55pm 57036 57051 57057 57063 57069 57084 M-Th 4:00pm-4:25pm 57037 57052 57058 57064 57070 57085 M-Th 5:00pm-5:25pm 57047 57053 57059 57065 57071 57086 SEAL (6-12 years) Swim front crawl and elementary backstroke 15 yards. M-Th 4:30pm-4:55pm 56927 56930 56933 56936 56939 56940 STINGRAY (7-16 years) Swim front crawl and elementary backstroke 25 yards, swim breaststroke and back crawl 15 yards. M-Th 5:30pm-5:55pm 56879 56880 56881 56882 56883 56884

AQUATICS

LEARN TO SWIM

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AQUATICS SUMMER 2017

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K.I.S.S. Stroke & Conditioning 5-15 years K.I.S.S. Private Swim Lessons 3 years+ Prerequisite: Swimmer must have the ability to swim one lap of freestyle and one lap of backstroke. This is a noncompetitive class that will concentrate on the fundamentals of freestyle and backstroke. The purpose of this class is to focus on stroke refinement and endurance, which will be introduced through various drills and exercises. Please bring a bathing cap and goggles to each class. Must register prior to start of session. No class July 3-6. Instructor: Kayne & K.I.S.S. Staff Day: Monday-Thursday Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center Fee: $45 Junior: 5-8 years Time: 3:15pm-3:45pm DATE BARCODE Jun 5-Jun 8 55683 Jun 12-Jun 15 55684 Jun 19-Jun 22 55685 Jun 26-Jun 29 55686 Jul 10-Jul 13 55687 Jul 17-Jul 20 55688 Jul 24-Jul 27 55689 Jul 31-Aug 3 55690 Aug 7-Aug 10 55691 Aug 14-Aug 17 55692

Beginning: 8-10 years Time: 3:15pm-3:45pm DATE BARCODE Jun 5-Jun 8 55662 Jun 12-Jun 15 55663 Jun 19-Jun 22 55664 Jun 26-Jun 29 55665 Jul 10-Jul 13 55666 Jul 17-Jul 20 55667 Jul 24-Jul 27 55668 Jul 31-Aug 3 55669 Aug 7-Aug 10 55670 Aug 14-Aug 17 55671

Beginning & Intermediate: 8-12 years Time: 11:30am-12:00pm DATE BARCODE Jun 5-Jun 8 55673 Jun 12-Jun 15 55674 Jun 19-Jun 22 55675 Jun 26-Jun 29 55676 Jul 10-Jul 13 55677 Jul 17-Jul 20 55678 Jul 24-Jul 27 55679 Jul 31-Aug 3 55680 Aug 7-Aug 10 55681 Aug 14-Aug 17 55682

Intermediate: 8-12 years Time: 3:45pm-4:15pm DATE BARCODE Jun 5-Jun 8 55651 Jun 12-Jun 15 55652 Jun 19-Jun 22 55653 Jun 26-Jun 29 55654 Jul 10-Jul 13 55655 Jul 17-Jul 20 55656 Jul 24-Jul 27 55657 Jul 31-Aug 3 55658 Aug 7-Aug 10 55659 Aug 14-Aug 17 55660

Advanced: 8-15 years Time: 4:15pm-4:45pm DATE BARCODE Jun 5-Jun 8 55632 Jun 12-Jun 15 55633 Jun 19-Jun 22 55634 Jun 26-Jun 29 55635 Jul 10-Jul 13 55636 Jul 17-Jul 20 55637 Jul 24-Jul 27 55638 Jul 31-Aug 3 55639 Aug 7-Aug 10 55640 Aug 14-Aug 17 55641

A year-round program offering one-on-one swim instruction for children, specializing in lessons for first time swimmers through competitive swimmers. Instruction focuses on building confidence and technique improvement. Sign up for one time slot per session (30-minute lessons are not permitted). No registration after first day. No make-ups. No class July 3-6. For a complete listing of barcodes by timeslot and to register for a lesson, visit: san-clemente.org/recreation. Instructor: Kayne & K.I.S.S. Staff Fee: $15/15 minutes Site: San Clemente Aquatic Center Days: Monday-Thursday Times: 9:00am-12:15pm / 3:15pm-7:00pm Site: Ole Hanson Beach Club Days: Monday - Thursday Times: 10:00am-12:00pm SESSION I SESSION 2 June 5-June 8 June 12-June 15

SESSION 3 June 19-June 22

SESSION 4 June 26-June 29 SESSION 7 July 24-July 27

SESSION 5 July 10-July 13 SESSION 8 July 31-Aug 3

SESSION 6 July 17-July 20 SESSION 9 Aug 7-Aug 10

SESSION 10 Aug 14-Aug 17

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YOUTH CLASSES Introduction to Water Polo 7-15 years This class is for those who have never played the sport or those who need to work on the fundamentals. You will learn the rules of the game, the lingo, and the foundation of the sport. You will learn water polo skills- working on ball drillsegg beater, dribbling, ball handling, offensive and defensive moves. Groups will be divided based on experience and skill level. No Class July 3-6. Instructor: Kayne and K.I.S.S Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatic Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-Th Jun 12-Jun 15 4:45pm- 5:15pm $45 55642 M-Th Jun 26-Jun 29 4:45pm- 5:15pm $45 55643 M-Th Jul 10-Jul 13 4:45pm- 5:15pm $45 55644 M-Th Jul 24-Jul 27 4:45pm- 5:15pm $45 55645 M-Th Aug 7-Aug 10 4:45pm- 5:15pm $45 55646

USA Water Polo Splashball 5-9 years Prerequisite: Successful completion of Otter level or equivalent skills. Splashball is designed to introduce the sport of water polo to younger children with the intent to provide basic skills and understanding of the sport. Splashball harnesses all the fun dynamic aspects of the game in a safe, easy to learn aquatic experience that will motivate kids to swim and stay fit. Instructor: Certified City Aquatics Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Sa Jul 8-Aug 26 10:30am-11:30am $70 57009


Special Fishies Lessons 6 mo-18 years

Special Fishies: Summer Camp 4-18 yrs There will be one-hour of swimming (instruction, freedom and play), 30 minutes for snack and then changing for sensory art, music or yoga. From High need, spirited, sensory processing disorder (SPD/SI), autism, cerebral palsy (CP), spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), and more. Specialized program for ALL children with ANY specialized need(s)! Ratio depends on enrollment (2:1 for those in neck rings; 1:1 available upon request; students that requiring less supervision will be in a 6:2 ratio). Aside from those needing neck rings, swimmers MUST be water safe and swim 25 yards. Instructor: Little Fishies Swim School Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-Th Jul 17-Jul 20 12:00pm- 2:30pm $110 54593 M-Th Aug 14-Aug 17 12:00pm- 2:30pm $110 54594

DAY M M M W W W

DATE Jun 5-Jul 10 Jun 5-Jul 10 Jun 5-Jul 10 Jun 7-Jul 12 Jun 7-Jul 12 Jun 7-Jul 12

TIME 1:00pm- 1:20pm 1:20pm- 1:40pm 1:40pm- 2:00pm 1:00pm- 1:20pm 1:20pm- 1:40pm 1:40pm- 2:00pm

FEE BARCODE $108 56366 $108 56367 $108 56368 $108 56369 $108 56370 $108 56371

Waterkids 5-10 years

classMore o onlinptions Swimming is a fun challenge! This level is e! for independent swimmers who can swim the length of the pool while breathing, and with their face in the water. Learning focuses are treading water, back swimming, propulsive and powerful kicking and correct technique in all four strokes. Already 'watersafe' swimmers will gain additional confidence and endurance benefits in this swim team style class. Goggles required. Prerequisites for Waterkids available online. Instructor: Waterbabies Swim School Site: Ole Hanson Beach Club

DAY M M M W W W F F F

DATE Jun 5-Jul 10 Jun 5-Jul 10 Jul 17-Aug 14 Jun 7-Jul 12 Jun 7-Jul 12 Jul 19-Aug 16 Jun 9-Jul 14 Jun 9-Jul 14 Jul 21-Aug 18

TIME FEE 2:00pm-2:20pm $108 2:20pm-2:40pm $108 3:00pm- 3:20pm $90 2:00pm-2:20pm $108 2:20pm-2:40pm $108 3:00pm- 3:20pm $90 10:00am-10:20am$108 10:20am-10:40am$108 11:00am-11:40am$90

BARCODE 55596 55597 55617 55598 55599 55623 55600 55601 55629

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From high needs, spirited, sensory issues, autism, cerebral palsy, spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) and more, these are specialized programs for private (1:1) or semi-private (1:2) for parent and child. Each class focuses on water safety, aqua freedom and anything else your special fishie needs to feel free in the water. For additional information, please email littlefishiesswimschool@gmail.com. No make-ups. For a complete listing of barcodes by timeslot and to register for a lesson, visit: san-clemente.org/recreation. No class July 10-12 and August 14-16. Drop-in fee $30. Instructor: Jodi Powell and Little Fishies Swim School Site: Ole Hanson Beach Club and San Clemente Aquatics Center Session I $134/4 lessons (15 minutes each) Session II & III $100/3 lessons (15 minutes each) Days & Times: Mondays, 12:00pm-1:20pm (OHBC) Wednesdays, 12:00pm-1:20pm (OHBC) Saturdays, 10:00-11:20am (SCAC) SESSION I SESSION II SESSION III Jun 3 - Jun 28 Jul 10 - Aug 2 Aug 7- Aug 30

Watertots

2-4 years classMore o Learn and practice underwater submersion onlinptions e! and breath control and short distance swims (face in the water). Work on independent back floats and begin to tread water. Gradually increase the length of underwater swims, working up to swim-rollswim (preparatory for freestyle). The age, coordination, and personality of your child will influence how quickly all of these beginning skills are acquired. Please bring your goggles. Beginners: First time swimming/1:00pm session. Experienced: Submerging and kicking/1:20pm or 1:40pm session. Instructor: Waterbabies Swim School Site: Ole Hanson Beach Club

AQUATICS

Special Fishies Group Lessons 4-18 years

Year round specialized swim program for children with special needs. From high needs, spirited, sensory issues, autism, cerebral palsy, spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) and more. This course is a group swim lesson (6:2) for those special fishies who are water safe. Participants MUST be able to swim 25 yards of the pool without assistance. No make-ups. More info: littlefishiesswimschool@gmail.com. No class July 10-12 and August 14-16. Drop in fee $15. Instructor: Little Fishies Swim School Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE S Jun 3-Jun 24 11:20am-12:00pm $100 56408 S Jul 8-Jul 29 11:20am-12:00pm $100 56409 S Aug 5-Aug 26 11:20am-12:00pm $100 56410 Site: Ole Hanson Beach Club DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 5-Jun 26 1:20pm-2:00pm $100 56411 W Jun 7-Jun 28 1:20pm-2:00pm $100 56412 M Jul 10-Jul 31 1:20pm-2:00pm $75 57176 W Jul 12-Aug 2 1:20pm-2:00pm $75 57177 W Aug 9-Aug 30 1:20pm- 2:00pm $75 56416 M Aug 7-Aug 28 1:20pm-2:00pm $75 56415

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AQUATICS

Semi-Private Swim Lessons All Ages

This program is designed for families and friends of all ages and abilities. Schedule 2 swimmers together with an instructor for beginning through intermediate swim instruction. Classes consist of four 30-minute lessons. Instructor: American Red Cross Certified City Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center Fee: $70/swimmer or $140/2 swimmers Lessons: June 10-August 26 •Fridays, 3:30pm-5:00pm (every 30 minutes) • Saturdays, 10:00am-11:30am (every 30 minutes) For a complete listing of barcodes by timeslot and to register for a lesson, visit our online registration page at www.san-clemente.org/recreation.

This class is full of fun and energizing activities designed to help you reach your fitness goals! Regardless of your age or fitness level, you can achieve noticeable results. Whether you are a beginner, an avid fitness enthusiast or simply looking for a new type of workout; this aquatic adventure is for you! Drop-in is $8. No class July 4. Instructor: Certified City Aquatics Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE T/Th June 7:00pm-8:00pm $45 55480 T/Th July 7:00pm-8:00pm $45 55481 T/Th August 7:00pm-8:00pm $45 55482

SUMMER 2017

Aqua Physical Therapy This is a beneficial form of therapy that is useful for a variety of medical conditions. Aquatic therapy uses the physical properties of water to assist in patient healing and exercise performance. While submerged in water, buoyancy assists in supporting the weight of the patient. This aspect of aquatic therapy is especially useful for patients with arthritis, healing fractured bones and other disabilities or for special needs participants. Please call the Aquatics Center to schedule your time and register. Instructor: Debra Thurn's Aqua Therapy and Fitness Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center Fee: First session $60/hour; all sessions after are $55/hour

Hydro Tone and Aqua Logix

A combination of Hydro-tone and Aqua-logix three dimensional resistance equipment interacts with the water in all planes of resistance. Excellent for cross training to bring out the athlete in everyone. This is not your ordinary water workout it excels from all the rest. Sculpt your body with hydro-tone starting shallow and working in the deep. Equipment available for purchase or N E W ! $5 rental. Instructor: Debra Thurn's Aqua Therapy & Fitness Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Sa June 9:00am-10:00am $40 55557 Sa July 9:00am-10:00am $40 55558 Sa August 9:00am-10:00am $40 55559

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This water exercise program is designed for people with arthritis in mind to help assist in relieving strain on muscles and joints, help relieve stiffness, restore or maintain range of motion, improve posture and increase endurance. This fun, multi-level class is for all levels of fitness. Did you know you can burn 450 calories per hour with water aerobics? Instructor: Debra Thurn’s Aqua Therapy & Fitness Site: Ole Hanson Beach Club DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M/W/F Jun 2-Jun 30 10:00am-10:45am $40 55554 M/W/F Jul 3-Jul 31 10:00am-10:45am $40 55555 M/W/F Aug 2-Aug 30 10:00am-10:45am $40 55556

ADULT PROGRAMS Aqua Boot Camp

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Aqua Active for Arthritis

Aqua Toning

With this deep water workout, we will utilize your core muscles while increasing muscle tone and strength throughout your body. Come and achieve a cardiovascular, firming, and fat burning water exercise program. Equipment is provided; flotation belts available for purchase from the instructor. Drop-in is $8. No class July 4. Instructor: Debra Thurn’s Aqua Therapy & Fitness Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE T/Th June 10:30am-11:15am $45 55560 T/Th July 10:30am-11:15am $45 55561 T/Th August 10:30am-11:15am $45 55562

Water Aerobics

This exercise class is for people of all fitness levels. It will help you shed inches, gain range of motion, and increase flexibility. The constant natural resistance of the water incorporated into the latest techniques for strengthening and cardiovascular training will leave you feeling results after only a few classes! Drop-in fee is $6. No class July 4. Instructor: Certified City Aquatics Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatic Center DAY DATE TIME T/Th Jun 1-Jun 29 9:15am-10:15am M/W/F Jun 2-Jun 30 9:30am-10:15am M/W/F Jul 3-Jul 31 9:30am-10:15am T/Th Jul 6-Jul 27 9:15am-10:15am T/Th Aug 1-Aug 31 9:15am-10:15am M/W/F Aug 2-Aug 30 9:30am-10:15am DEEP WATER AEROBICS DAY DATE TIME M/W/F Jun 2-Jun 30 10:45am-11:30am M/W/F Jul 3-Jul 31 10:45am-11:30am M/W/F Aug 2-Aug 30 10:45am-11:30am

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FEE BARCODE $35 55477 $40 55461 $40 55464 $35 55468 $35 55469 $40 55474 FEE BARCODE $40 55462 $40 55467 $40 55479

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Master's of San Clemente

Water Wellness with Peggy Hall

DAY M-F M-F M-F M-F

Get fit and flexible while having fun in this upbeat, total body workout that leaves you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated from head to toe. Tone and trim your tummy, arms, hips and thighs with low-impact, targeted exercises suitable for any fitness level. More than just your typical water aerobics, this class is infused with the latest healthy lifestyle tips, inspiration and encouragement from wellness expert/ instructor Peggy Hall to help you live a healthier, happier life! No class July 4. NE W Instructor: Peggy Hall ! Site: Ole Hanson Beach Club DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE T/Th Jun 1-Jun 29 1:15pm-2:00pm $64 55581 T/Th Jul 6-Jul 27 1:15pm-2:00pm $64 55582 T/Th Aug 1-Aug 24 1:15pm-2:00pm $64 55583

Swim Like A Mother

Twinges in the Hinges

This class focuses on gently improving Range of Motion, Strength and Conditioning/Endurance. Participants need to be able to independently enter and exit the pool. A doctor’s release is recommended if you recently had surgery. Drop-in is $6. Instructor: Certified City Aquatics Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M/W/F June 11:30am-12:30pm $40 55456 M/W/F July 11:30am-12:30pm $40 55457 M/W/F August 11:30am-12:30pm $40 55458

DATE Jun 1-Jun 30 Jun 1-Aug 31 Jul 3-Jul 31 Aug 1-Aug 31

TIME 5:30am-7:00am 5:30am-7:00am 5:30am-7:00am 5:30am-7:00am

Barcode 56461 56463 56462 56464

Water Safety Instructor 16 years-Adult Prerequisites required for this course. For a full list of prerequisite skills, please visit san-clemente.org/recreation. This Instructor level course is designed to train Instructor candidates to teach courses and presentations in the American Red Cross Swimming and Water Safety Program, including all Learn-To-Swim levels. Material Fee of $55 due on the first session of the course, payable to instructor. Instructor: American Red Cross Training Provider Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY F S/Su F S/Su

DATE Jun 2 Jun 3-Jun 4 Aug 11 Aug 12-Aug 13

TIME FEE BARCODE 4:00pm- 8:00pm $200 57090 9:00am-5:00pm 4:00pm- 8:00pm $200 57091 9:00am-5:00pm

Lifeguard Instructor Course 17 years-Adult Prerequisites required for this course. For a full list of prerequisite skills, please visit san-clemente.org/recreation. This Instructor level course is designed to train Instructor candidates to teach courses in American Red Cross Lifeguarding, Lifeguard Management, CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer, First Aid for Lifeguards, Administering Emergency Oxygen, Bloodborne Pathogens Training/ Preventing Disease Transmission and Basic Water Rescue, as well as how to conduct Water Safety presentations. Material Fee of $65 due on the first session of the course, payable to instructor. Instructor: American Red Cross Training Provider Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY Fri-Su

DATE Jul 14-Jul 16

TIME FEE BARCODE 9:00am-5:00pm $200 57094

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Be a swim fit mama! This class trains and emphasizes proper swimming technique through specific drills and sets designed to maximize resistance, cardio and heart rate while learning new ways to stay fit in the water in a fun and fast-paced workout. Also great for injury rehab brought on by high-impact sports. Taught by an ASCA rated USA Swimming Coach. Instructor: Andrea Mokler Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 26-Jul 24 10:00am-11:00am $50 55590 W Jun 28-Jul 26 10:00am-11:00am $50 55591 M Jul 31-Aug 28 10:00am-11:00am $50 55592 W Aug 2-Aug 30 10:00am-11:00am $50 55593

Master’s of San Clemente is a competitive-based training program that varies from practice to practice. Instruction on all strokes, turns, and starts are implemented through interesting and challenging sets. Training is based on skill level, age, and degree of cardiovascular development. Course available by membership only. Drop-in fee is $5. No class July 4. Instructor: Sandy Kos Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center Fee: $55/month OR $135/3 months (March/April/May)

AQUATICS

Aqua 8

Join the NEW core cardio training and experience an intense abdominal workout using the simple figure 8 core method, moving in multiple dimensions while focusing on fluid Latin dance moves. Just add water and join the fun while you dance the pounds away! No class July 4. Instructor: Debra Thurn's Aqua Therapy & Fitness N E W ! Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE T/Th Jun 1-Jun 29 8:00am- 9:00am $77 55578 T/Th Jul 6-Jul 27 8:00am- 9:00am $77 55579 T/Th Aug 1-Aug 31 8:00am- 9:00am $77 55580

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EARLY CHILDHOOD

Ballet, Jazz &Tumbling Combo 3-5 years

TENNIS DANCE Ballet & Tap Combo 3-6 years A beginning combination class of ballet and tap, with emphasis on making each child feel special, using popular children’s music. Dancers will learn to do shuffles, flaps, and heel drops through a variety of combinations. Children will work on ballet and tap dances to be performed for parents on the last day of class. Dance attire is required, including leotard and ballet and tap shoes. Parents are encouraged to stay close by the studio. Instructor: Karen Lucy’s School of Dance Site: Community Center 3-4 YEARS DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jul 18-Aug 15 10:00am-11:00am $58 55362 W Jul 19-Aug 16 10:00am-11:00am $58 55363 4-6 YEARS DAY DATE Tu Jul 18-Aug 15

TIME 2:00pm-3:00pm

FEE $58

BARCODE 55364

SUMMER 2017

'Frozen' In Summer Princess Ballet

Do you feel that chill? Enjoy all your favorite songs and stories in this special edition Princess Ballet class this session. Young dancers will be introduced to the fundamentals of ballet and creative movement with an element of fun and fantasy and lots of encouragement. Princess Ballerinas will use props, bounce around 'snowballs', wear princess tutus, work on gross motor skills, hear stories from the 'Frozen' series, and dance to songs from the movie and other princess favorites. Visit www.ocdanceproductions.com for more information on classes and recital. No class July 3. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Site: Community Center PARENT & ME (18 months-3 years) DAY DATE TIME FEE M Jun 19-Aug 7 10:50am-11:35am $84

BARCODE 55359

WITHOUT PARENT (3-5 years) DAY DATE TIME M Jun 19-Aug 7 4:35pm-5:20pm

BARCODE 55518

FEE $84

All-in-One Dance 2-7 years Pre-Ballet 4-6 years

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Dancers will learn beginning ballet, jazz, and tumbling movements and terminology. Class also includes movement, development of space awareness, rhythm, and listening skills. Visit www.ocdanceproductions.com for more information. No class July 3. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME Fee BARCODE M Jun 19-Aug 7 3:45pm- 4:30pm $79 55356

Ballet fosters good posture, instills grace, builds selfesteem, and enhances flexibility and coordination. For over 35 years, Karen Lucy's Pre-Ballet course has taught young ballerinas correct terminology and technique through a warm, nurturing environment. Ballerinas will learn the art of ballet through popular princess songs, dancing with wands, and singing songs. Dance attire required: leotard, tights and ballet slippers. Instructor: Karen Lucy’s School of Dance Site: Community Center DAY DATE Tu Jul 18-Aug 15

TIME FEE 11:00am-11:50am $58

BARCODE 55365

Our dancer’s first introduction to dance and creative movement. Participants will use props in class to fun, upbeat children’s songs. Course promotes musicality & gross motor skills. Suitable for boys and girls. Visit www. ocdanceproductions.com for more information. Sneakers or dance shoes required. No class July 3. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Site: Community Center PARENT & ME (2-4 years) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 19-Aug 7 9:55am-10:40am $79 55355 AGES: (4-7 years) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 19-Aug 7 5:30pm-6:15pm $79 55358

Butterfly Ballerinas 3-5 years

Transform into a magical butterfly in this beginning ballet and creative movement class. Class consists of movements across the floor and practice at the barre; dancer’s progress throughout class towards performing for parents on last day. Ballet shoes required. Visit www.ocdanceproductions.com for more information. No class July 3. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Site: Community Center DAY DATE M Jun 19-Aug 7

TIME FEE 11:45am-12:30pm $79

BARCODE 55517

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GYMNASTICS

Our dancer’s first introduction to dance and creative movement. Participants will learn basic elements of tap, jazz and ballet movements and terminology to fun, upbeat children’s songs. Course promotes musicality & gross motor skills. Ballet & Tap shoes required. Active parents/ caretaker participation is required. No class July 3. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME Fee BARCODE M Jun 19-Aug 7 9:00am-9:45am $79 57162

EDUCATION TENNIS Lil' Ninja Sport 3-5 years

Spanish for Preschoolers 3-5 years

This fun and unique language-learning experience is designed for young children to begin loving Spanish and have them asking for, 'Más español, por favor'. The class combines total physical response activities which will have the children laughing while learning lively native Spanish music and movement, with hands-on arts and crafts that will help their minds expand. For more information, e-mail anabel.rodriguez@conversaspanish.com. There is a discount for siblings. No class July 4. Instructor: Conversa Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE Tu Jun 6-Jul 25

TIME 3:45pm-4:40pm

FEE BARCODE $115 55104

This course is designed for boys only. Ninja sport is inspired from obstacle course training, gymnastics, parkour and martial arts. Obstacle courses improve strength and agility. Ninja training involves ninja style flips, rolls, kicks, vaults. Gymnastics tumbling is for total body coordination. Beyond skills, the curriculum teaches discipline and impulse control. Instructor: San Clemente Gymnastics Club Site: San Clemente Gymnastics (972 Calle Negocio) DAY M M Tu Tu W W Th Th

DATE Jun 5-Jun 26 Jul 10-Jul 31 Jun 6-Jun 27 Jul 11-Aug 1 Jun 7-Jun 28 Jul 12-Aug 2 Jun 8-Jun 29 Jul 13-Aug 3

TIME 2:20pm-3:05pm 2:20pm-3:05pm 1:45pm-2:30pm 1:45pm-2:30pm 1:45pm-2:30pm 1:45pm-2:30pm 1:45pm-2:30pm 1:45pm-2:30pm

FEE $73 $73 $73 $73 $73 $73 $73 $73

BARCODE 56510 56511 56512 56513 56514 56515 56516 56517

EARLY CHILDHOOD

Elements of Ballet, Jazz &Tap 2-4 years

Ninja Boys Sport 4-6 years

This is a perfect class for current TK students and children who will be entering kindergarten Fall 2018. Carefully designed for young children who have has some extra experience getting to know their ABC's. The letters are explored with an emphasis on sound-letter relationships through exciting children's literature. Language games, character dress-up, drawing, inventive spelling, early reading strategies and improved pencil grip! Please go to clubliteracy.com for more information. Instructor: Tracey Frank Pringle Site: Club Literacy (34085 PCH Suite 105, Dana Point) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Th Jul 13-Aug 10 3:00pm-5:00pm $218 57179

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Early Literacy 4-6 years

This course is designed for boys only. Ninja sport is inspired from obstacle course training, gymnastics, parkour and martial arts. Obstacle courses improve strength and agility. Ninja training involves ninja style flips, rolls, kicks, vaults. Gymnastics tumbling is for total body coordination. Beyond skills, the curriculum teaches discipline and impulse control. Instructor: San Clemente Gymnastics Club Site: San Clemente Gymnastics (972 Calle Negocio) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jun 7-Jun 28 2:30pm-3:20pm $73 56524 W Jul 12-Aug 2 2:30pm-3:20pm $73 56525 Sa Jun 3-Jun 24 3:00pm-3:50pm $73 56526 Sa Jul 8-Jul 29 3:00pm-3:50pm $73 56527

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Parent & Tot Gymnastics 1-2 years New format! Tiny Tot and Super Tot classes consist of a warmup, obstacle course, optional circle-time and exploration time. For safety purposes each child must have one caregiver participating in the class. Siblings are not allowed in the class or to sit in the lobby unattended. Toddlers should wear form-fitting clothing with elastic waist-bands. Instructor: San Clemente Gymnastics Club Site: San Clemente Gymnastics (972 Calle Negocio) TINY TOT (1 YEAR) DAY DATE F Jun 2-Jun 23 F Jul 7-Jul 28 SUPER TOT (2 YEAR) DAY DATE Tu Jun 2-Jun 23 F Jul 7-Jul 28

TIME 8:30am-9:05am 8:30am-9:05am

FEE BARCODE $55 56495 $55 56496

SPORTS Skyhawks SoccerTots 2-6 years Cubs and Bears! The goal of this class is to develop kicking, running control, and dribbling. It also teaches listening and following instructions. The class uses a variety of fun games with lots of physical activity. Parent participation required for younger ages. No class July 4. Instructor: Skyhawks Staff Site: Talega Park Fee: $139 DAY DATE TIME Tu Jun 20-Aug 15 3:30pm-4:00pm Tu Jun 20-Aug 15 4:15pm- 5:00pm

AGE BARCODE 2-3yr 55431 4-6yr 55432

TIME FEE BARCODE 9:10am-9:50am $55 56501 11:15am-11:55am $55 56502

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Preschool Gymnastics 3-5 years

More class options online! Preschool Gymnastics for boys and girls will focus on developing skills on the bars, beam, vault, floor and tumbl-trak. In addition to gymnastics, students may participate in games such as parachute time, hulahoops, balls, etc. The mission of San Clemente Gymnastics Club is to provide a safe and positive environment where all children can enjoy learning gymnastics. Instructor: San Clemente Gymnastics Club Site: San Clemente Gymnastics (972 Calle Negocio) AGES 3-5 YEARS DAY DATE W Jun 7-Jun 28 W Jul 12-Aug 2 F Jun 2-Jun 23 F Jul 7-Jul 28 AGES 4-5 YEARS M Jun 5-Jun 26 M Jul 10-Jul 31 Tu Jun 6-Jun 27 Tu Jul 11-Aug 1 W Jun 7-Jun 28 W Jul 12-Aug 2 Th Jun 8-Jun 29 Th Jul 13-Aug 3 F Jun 2-Jun 23 F Jul 7-Jul 28

TIME 10:00am-11:00am 10:00am-11:00am 10:00am-11:00am 10:00am-11:00am

FEE $73 $73 $73 $73

BARCODE 55484 55486 55485 55487

3:00pm-4:00pm 3:00pm-4:00pm 2:30pm- 3:30pm 2:30pm- 3:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 3:30pm- 4:30pm 4:45pm- 5:45pm 4:45pm- 5:45pm 10:00am-11:00am 10:00am-11:00am

$73 $73 $73 $73 $73 $73 $73 $73 $73 $73

55488 55489 55490 55491 55492 55493 55494 55495 55496 55497

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Skyhawks HoopsterTots 3-6 years Froggies & Rabbits! Parent only participates if necessary. Very fun and active class. The focus is on introducing basic basketball concepts and technique through imaginative games. One week the basketball goal is a monkey tree, the next, it’s a sail boat, and so on. Rainy days canceled to be rescheduled. Instructor: Skyhawks Staff Site: Talega Park Basketball Court Fee: $139 DAY DATE TIME AGE BARCODE Sa Jun 24-Aug 12 9:00am-9:45am 3-4yr 55427 Sa Jun 24-Aug 12 10:00am-10:45am 4-6yr 55428

Registration begins April 26!

Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Multi-Sport 2-6 years

Introduce your little superstar to sports in our most popular program! This baseball, basketball, and soccer class uses ageappropriate games and activities to explore balance, hand/ eye coordination, and skill development. Parent participation required for younger ages. Instructor: Skyhawks Staff Site: Talega Park Fee: $149 DAY DATE F Jun 23-Aug 18 F Jun 23-Aug 18

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TIME AGE BARCODE 3:30pm- 4:00pm 2-3yrs 55430 4:15pm- 5:00pm 4-6yrs 55429


Get your little champ excited about sports with this multisport clinic. We introduce skills used in T-BALL, SOCCER, and TRACK & FIELD all while burning off some energy and improving motor skills. Participants should bring water and wear athletic shoes. For more information about the program visit www.scrookies.com. Instructor: SC Rookies Staff Site: Vista Hermosa Sports Park (Upper Soccer Field) DAY DATE W Jun 7-Jul 12 W Jul 19-Aug 16

TIME 9:00am-9:50am 9:00am-9:50am

FEE $65 $65

BARCODE 55382 55383

Site: San Luis Rey Park DAY DATE TIME FEE Th Jun 8-Jul 6 9:30am-10:20am $65 Th Jul 20-Aug 17 9:30am-10:20am $65

BARCODE 55384 55385

Join the fun and learn some T-Ball fundamentals in this clinic designed for your little rookie. We introduce throwing, catching, batting off a tee, and running bases through fun games and drills. Participants should bring water and wear athletic shoes. For more information about the program visit www.scrookies.com. Instructor: SC Rookies Staff Site: Visa Hermosa Sports Park (Upper Soccer Field) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jun 7-Jul 5 11:00am-11:50am $65 55373 W Jul 19-Aug 16 11:00am-11:50am $65 55374

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Music Together Newborn-5 years

SC Rookies Little Soccer Stars 3-5 years

Site: San Luis Rey Park DAY DATE TIME FEE Th Jun 8-Jul 6 10:30am-11:20am $65 Th Jul 20-Aug 17 10:30am-11:20am $65

BARCODE 55380 55381

EXPLORE PRE-K CAMPS! Get your toddler engaged in a summer camp experience. Explore Mini Camps for Preschoolers! See pages 20-22.

Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jun 20-Aug 1 9:00am-9:45am $115 56669 W Jun 21-Jul 26 10:00am-10:45am $115 56674 Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 19-Jul 24 9:00am-9:45am $115 56673 Th Jun 22-Jul 27 10:00am-10:45am $115 56672 F Jun 23-Jul 28 9:30am-10:15am $115 56670

Tunes for Tots 20 months-3 years

This parent and child song, dance and activity filled class is specially designed for younger children. Musical instruments, parachute, balls, and more will be used. Great for developing social and listening skills! Parent participation required. Instructor: Karen Lucy Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jul 18-Aug 8 9:00am-9:45am $44 55361

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Your little one is sure to have a great time learning the basics of soccer, burning off some energy and improving motor skills in this clinic. We introduce dribbling, passing & trapping, and shooting the ball through fun drills and repetitive games. Participants should bring water and wear athletic shoes. For more information about the program visit www.scrookies.com. Instructor: SC Rookies Staff Site: Vista Hermosa Sports Park (Upper Soccer Field) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jun 7-Jul 5 10:00am-10:50am $65 55378 W Jul 19-Aug 16 10:00am-10:50am $65 55379

Music Together is the gold standard in early childhood music and movement. Activities are developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parent caregiver regardless of their musical ability. Families participate together in songs, rhythmic chants, movement, and instrument play. Siblings discount (walk-in registration only); no charge for sibling 8 months and younger. There will be a special sand pail drum craft on the last day of class, just for summertime fun! Sibling discounts available if registered in person. Siblings 8 month and younger are free. Please bring $35 for materials to the first class. No class July 4. Instructor: Marek Johnson and Music Together Staff

EARLY CHILDHOOD

SC Rookies All Sorts of Sports 3-5 years SC Rookies Tiny Tikes T-ball 3-5 years

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Int. Ballet & Int. Jazz 10-20 years

TENNIS ART Flower Arranging Together Ikebana 6-12 years

Let your child's imagination blossom through the Japanese art of flower arranging. This class is designed for a parent and child to enjoy and learn together. A $10 material fee is due at class. Instructor: Laura Bard NE W ! Site: Community Center

DAY DATE Tu July 11

TIME 1:00pm-3:00pm

FEE $15

BARCODE 56678

TENNIS DANCE Beginning Ballet 7-11 years Ballet fosters good posture, instills grace, builds self-esteem, and enhances flexibility and coordination. For over 35 years, Karen Lucy's ballet courses have taught young ballerinas correct terminology and technique through a nurturing environment. These courses will enhance every child's love for the art of ballet. At all levels, there will be an emphasis on building self-confidence. Dance attire required: leotard, tights and ballet slippers. Instructor: Karen Lucy's School of Dance Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jul 18-Aug 15 3:00pm-4:00pm $58 55366

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This class combines ballet and jazz. Students will learn correct stretching, jazz steps, combinations and jump sets to fun, clean, pop music. Dancer will also learn ballet techniques that foster good posture, instill grace, and build self-esteem while enhancing flexibility and coordination. Dancers will learn to point and flex their toes while performing combinations and across the floor routines, building on musicality and coordination. Through Karen Lucy's teaching style, each student will flourish as they grow as a dancer. Dance attire: leotard, tights and ballet slippers required. Instructor: Karen Lucy's School of Dance Site: Community Center

Pre-requisite: Ballet/Jazz I. This class combines ballet and jazz for the intermediate dancer. Students must be a current Karen Lucy School of Dance student. Each student will flourish as they grow as a dancer. Dance attire: leotard, tights and ballet slippers required. Instructor: Karen Lucy's School of Dance Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jul 18-Aug 15 5:00pm- 7:15pm $60 55370

Hip Hop 9-13 years Dance to the beat of this Hip Hop class designed to make your body move. This course will build a foundation of basic hip-hop movements, improving flexibility and rhythm. Students will learn new dance moves and a routine to the latest, appropriate, hip hop music. All levels welcome. Instructor: Karen Lucyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s School of Dance Site: Community Center DAY DATE Th Jul 20-Aug 17

TIME 6:00pm-7:00pm

FEE $60

BARCODE 55369

Registration begins April 26!

Jedi Hip Hop 5-9 years In this class, Jedi's in training learn choreographed movements with light sabers created in class. Movements are hip-hop/jazz-based and age appropriate. Class will also include basic coordination techniques, rhythm exercises, strength exercises and teamwork activities. Performance for family and friends at last class. Please contact OC Dance Productions for more information. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 19-Aug 7 6:20pm-7:05pm $89 55516

EDUCATION K-Smart/Club Literacy 5-7 years

Music and movement encourages an appreciation of dance. Students will learn correct stretching, jazz steps, combinations and jump sets to fun, clean, pop music. Dancers will learn to point and flex their toes while performing combinations and across the floor routines, building on musicality and coordination. Through Karen Lucy's teaching style, each student will flourish as they grow as a dancer. Instructor: Karen Lucy's School of Dance Site: Community Center

Prerequisite: Kindergarten enrollment required. This class will help prepare children who will be entering kindergarten in the upcoming school year. This learning class offers extra practice and exposure with reading readiness skills. Nurturing the development of phonemic awareness and phonics skills is at the center of this class. Students will be immersed in great and contemporary literature. Early writing is given special attention. Pencil grips will improve! There is a 10% sibling discount (in-person registrations only). Visit clubliteracy.com for a more details. A $10 material fee is due on the first day of class. Instructor: Tracey Frank Pringle Site: Club Literacy (34085 PCH, Suite 105 Dana Point)

DAY DATE TIME Tu Jul 18-Aug 15 4:00pm-5:00pm

DAY DATE M Jul 10-Aug 7

DAY DATE W Jul 19-Aug 16

TIME FEE 11:00am-12:00pm $58

Beginning Jazz

BARCODE 55368

9-13 years

FEE $58

BARCODE 55367

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TIME FEE BARCODE 9:30am-11:30am $218 56546


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1st Grade Smart Start 5-7 years

Empowering students with reading strategies! Through literature, participants will experience learning opportunities to reinforce phonics skills and basic sight word recognition. Many opportunities to help students gain and improve fluency. Become stronger with writing techniques as we journal daily! Take-home reading books. Fun 1st grade topics! For more information visit clubliteracy.com. Instructor: Tracey Frank Pringle Site: Club Literacy (34085 PCH Suite 105, Dana Point) DAY DATE Tu Jul 11-Aug 8

TIME 1:00pm-3:00pm

FEE BARCODE $218 56547

Spanish for Children 6-12 years

Learning a second language is essential for children. Children will learn to converse in Spanish and often begin making sentences after a few lessons, using comprehensible input methodologies that focus on the four areas of acquisition: reading, writing, listening, and speaking. This languagelearning experience will have your children asking for, 'Más español, por favor. For more information, contact Anabel Rodriguez, anabel.rodriguez@conversaspanish.com. No class July 4. Instructor: Conversa Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jun 6-Jul 25 4:45pm-5:45pm $115 55148

FITNESS TENNIS

TIME 2:00pm-4:30pm 2:00pm-4:30pm 2:00pm-4:30pm 2:00pm-4:30pm 2:00pm-4:30pm

SITE Rancho San Clemente Park Max Berg Plaza Park San Luis Rey Park Los Mares Community Max Berg Plaza Park

DAY W

DATE TIME FEE Jun 7-Jul 26 10:00am-10:50 am $85

BARCODE 55514

GYMNASTICS Gymnastics 6-11 years

More class options online! Gymnastics for girls & boys! Students are introduced to skills on the bars, beam, vault, floor and tumbletrak. The curriculum is set by USA Gymnastics, the governing body for the sport of gymnastics. Girls must wear a leotard and boys should wear a T-shirt and elastic waistband shorts. Instructor: San Clemente Gymnastics Club Site: San Clemente Gymnastics (972 Calle Negocio) Days: Monday-Saturday (Weekly)

Fun on the Run is a mobile recreation program that provides children with fitness activities and encourages making healthy choices on and off the playground. View the City’s website for the summer calendar with weekly activities and themes. This program is open to all children (nominal fee may apply) and is free for verified low-income families. A special thank you to Friends of San Clemente Foundation and Kaiser Permanente for their support of this program. Instructor: City Recreation Staff DAY M Tu W Th F

Have fun and play games while learning a non-competitive way to strengthen, lengthen and enjoy relaxation. We do fun activities to enhance breathing, play charades to learn poses and discover feeling good inside and out. Yoga mats available to purchase from instructor for $20. NE W Instructor: Yogis Staff ! Site: Parque Del Mar/Picnic Area

AGES 6-8 YEARS DAY DATE M Jun 5-Jun 26 M Jun 5-Jun 26 M Jul 10-Jul 31 M Jul 10-Jul 31 Tu Jun 6-Jun 27 Tu Jul 11-Aug 1 F Jun 2-Jun 23 F Jul 7-Jul 28

TIME 4:00pm-5:00pm 5:00pm-6:00pm 4:00pm-5:00pm 5:00pm-6:00pm 4:45pm- 5:45pm 4:45pm- 5:45pm 3:45pm- 4:45pm 3:45pm- 4:45pm

FEE $73 $73 $73 $73 $73 $73 $73 $73

BARCODE 56484 56486 56485 56487 56488 56489 56481 56490

AGES 9-11 YEARS DAY DATE Tu Jun 6-Jun 27 Tu Jul 11-Aug 1 W Jun 7-Jun 28 W Jul 12-Aug 2

TIME 4:45pm-5:45pm 4:45pm-5:45pm 4:45pm- 5:45pm 4:45pm- 5:45pm

FEE $73 $73 $73 $73

BARCODE 56493 56494 56482 56483

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Fun on the Run 5-12 years

Yoga for Kids by the Pier 6-12 years

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Ninja Sport 6-11 years

This course is designed for boys only. Ninja sport is inspired from obstacle course training, gymnastics, parkour and martial arts. Obstacle courses improve strength and agility. Ninja training involves ninja style flips, rolls, kicks, vaults. Gymnastics tumbling is for total body coordination. Beyond skills, the curriculum teaches discipline and impulse control. A $5 sibling discount, in-person registrations only. Instructor: San Clemente Gymnastics Club Site: San Clemente Gymnastics (972 Calle Negocio) 6-8 YEARS: DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 5-Jun 26 3:10pm- 4:00pm $73 56528 M Jul 10-Jul 31 3:10pm- 4:00pm $73 56529 Tu Jun 6-Jun 27 2:30pm- 3:20pm $73 56530 Tu Jul 11-Aug 1 2:30pm- 3:20pm $73 56531 Sa Jun 3-Jun 24 1:00pm- 1:50pm $73 56532 Sa Jul 8-Jul 29 1:00pm- 1:50pm $73 56533 8-11 YEARS: DAY DATE TIME Sa Jun 3-Jun 24 1:00pm-1:50pm Sa Jul 8-Jul 29 1:00pm-1:50pm

FEE $73 $73

BARCODE 56534 56535

Ninja Girl Sport 6-11 years Ninja Sport for Girls is here! The class will emphasis obstacle course training, parkour, gymnastics, and martial arts. Obstacle courses improve strength and agility. Ninja training involves ninja-style rolls, kicks, flips, and vaults. Gymnastics is for total body conditioning. Beyond skills, the curriculum aims to teach discipline and impulse control. This is a girlsonly class. All-boy ninja classes are offered as well. Instructor: San Clemente Gymnastics Club Site: San Clemente Gymnastics (972 Calle Negocio)

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6-8 YEARS: DAY DATE TIME Sa Jul 8-Jul 29 2:00pm- 2:50pm 8-11 YEARS: DAY DATE TIME Sa Jun 3-Jun 24 2:00pm- 2:50pm

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FEE $73

BARCODE 56537

FEE $73

BARCODE 56536

MARTIAL ARTS

Karate 6-16 years Traditional Karate of the Japanese Itosu-Ryu system will be taught with emphasis on discipline, coordination, and development of physical strength. The basic moves will be taught and practiced in traditional ways using Kata, Kumite and Kihon. Tests will be given as student improves; colored belts can be earned. Gi's are available for purchase in class for $20. Instructor: Ryan Wetzel Site: Community Center JUNIOR BEGINNERS: DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 12-Aug 14 4:00pm-5:00pm $78 56611 Th Jun 15-Aug 17 4:00pm-5:00pm $78 56612 M/Th Jun 12-Aug 17 4:00pm-5:00pm $141 56609 JUNIOR INTERMEDIATE: DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 12-Aug 14 5:00pm-6:00pm $78 56615 Th Jun 15-Aug 17 5:00pm-6:00pm $78 56616 M/Th Jun 12-Aug 17 5:00pm-6:00pm $141 56613

CELEBRATE! Reserve a space for your next event at one of our beautiful parks or spacious facilities.

Trampoline & Tumbling 9-12 years

Using the same progressions set forth by USA Gymnastics in training powerful tumbling skills for gymnastics, SC Gymnastics uses a spring tumbling floor and tumbletrak to achieve strength, flexibility, and tumbling skills. Girls should wear a leotard and boys should wear a T-shirt and elastic waistband shorts. Instructor: San Clemente Gymnastics Club Site: San Clemente Gymnastics (972 Calle Negocio) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Th Jun 8-Jun 29 6:00pm-7:30pm $90 56538 Th Jul 13-Aug 3 6:00pm-7:30pm $90 56539

GYMNASTIC CAMPS SCIENCE CAMPS Looking for more summer fun? Check out gymnastics camps. See page 23. CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE â&#x201D;&#x201A; (949) 429-8797 or (949) 361-8264

The City of San Clemente Recreation Division offers a venue for every party. Choose from parks & picnic areas, pool side cabanas, and indoor facilities.


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Children will learn the basics of piano/keyboard playing in a fun group setting, learning new and familiar tunes. Concepts covered will include beginning notation reading, melodic and rhythmic patterns, beat, dynamics, singing and movement. There is a 10% discount for siblings. Please bring $15 material fee to the first class meeting. Keyboards will be provided. Instructor: Sophi Albert Site: Community Center AGES 4-7 YEARS DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 19-Jul 24 3:00pm-3:40pm $138 55310 AGES 8-12 YEARS DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 19-Jul 24 3:45pm-4:30pm $138 55311

Regi s Toda ter y!

Saturday, September 16

MALE DIVISION 5 years & under 6-7 years 8-9 years 10-11 years 12-13 years 14-16 years 17 years & up

BARCODE 56860 56850 56851 56852 56853 56854 56855

FEMALE DIVISION 7 years & under 8-12 years 13-17 years 18 years & up

BARCODE 56856 56857 56858 56859

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MUSIC

Sponsor & vendor opportunities available! Contact Recreation for details.

SPORTS

EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION: $35/skater (Fee will increase to $40 after September 11th)

Skyhawks Basketball 7-10 years This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for beginning to intermediate players. An active class of passing, shooting, dribbling, and rebounding makes this one of our most popular programs. Our basketball staff will also focus on respect, teamwork and responsibility. No class on rainy days. Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Site: Talega Park DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Sa Jun 24-Aug 12 11:00am-12:00pm $149 55426

FALL 2017

SKILLS ASSESSMENT DAY Friday, September 8, 2017 Vista Hermosa Sports Park Football Field DIVISION B (#55331): Ages 10-11, or 12 in 6th grade - 7 PM DIVISION C (#55332): Ages 8-9, or 10 in 4th grade Last Names A-Mc: 5:30 PM Last Names Md-Z: 6:15 PM ASSESSMENT NOT REQUIRED DIVISION D (#55333): Ages 6-7, or 8 in 2nd grade GAME NIGHTS Fridays, September 29- November 17 Vista Hermosa Sports Park

Aloha Beach Private Surf 6 years-Adult

This is a 2-hour inclusive surf or body board lesson for all levels that includes boards and wetsuits. Learn water safety, surf etiquette and ocean awareness. For larger group lessons with an additional instructor, contact Aloha. Register online and contact Aloha to schedule your time at (949) 212-1598. Visit our website for more information, www.alohabeachcamp.net. Lessons: Monday -Sunday between 8:00am-6:00pm Instructor: ALOHA Staff Site: T-Street Beach

LESSON TYPE Private Lesson (1 person) Semi-private Lesson (2 people) Group Lesson (3 people) Group Lesson (4 people) Group Lesson (5 people)

FEE $120 $190 $270 *$350 *$425 *Includes 2 instructors

JP's Private Surf Lessons 6 years-Adult

Private surf lessons are for beginner to advanced surfers and built around your surfing ability. Private lessons are 1 hour in length & Semi-private lessons are 1½ hours in length. Lessons include wetsuits and surfboards. Dates are flexible upon request. After registration, contact us at jon@jpssurfcamp. com with your City registration receipt. Lessons: Monday-Saturday, 10:00am-5:00pm Instructor: Jonathan Pierce and Staff Site: San Clemente Pier (North side) LESSON TYPE FEE Private lesson (1 person) $100 Semi-private (2 people) $150 www.jpssurfcamp.com

VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED! Visit our website, under youth sports, for more information. PLUS, receive a $25 credit on your child’s registration. (3-5 hours/week commitment required)

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AGES: 6-12 years FEE: $130/player

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Lucid Surf: Private Lessons 7 years-Adult

This hands-on private lesson will develop and enhance surfing skills while having fun. Instructors are lifeguards/CPR certified and have extensive background in surfing. Family registration discount available. Contact Lucid Surf with proof of registration to schedule your lesson at lucidsurf.org or

(949) 391-9489. Lessons: Monday-Sunday, 90 minutes Instructor: Lucid Surf Team Site: North Beach LESSON TYPE Private lesson (1 person) Semi-private (2 people) Group lesson (3 people)

FEE $125 $200 $280

San Clemente Surf School Private & Group Lessons 6 years-Adult We are a year round surf school offering beginner through advanced surf lessons. Lessons are 2 hours long given by CPR/ First Aid certified instructors. Lessons includes wetsuit and surfboard. Surfers will also receive land instruction, water safety, ocean awareness and wave judgment. Contact San Clemente Surf with proof of registration to schedule your lesson, (949) 334-7649 or surf@sanclementesurflessons.com. Lessons: Monday-Sunday, 8:00am-6:00pm Instructor: San Clemente Surf Staff Site: North Beach LESSON TYPE FEE Private lesson (1 person) $120 Semi-private (2 people) $220 Group lesson (3 people) $300 Group lesson (4 people) $360 Group lesson (5 people) $450

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Bodyboarding Adventures Private Bodyboarding Lessons 6 years+

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Bodyboarding Adventures is now offering private bodyboarding lessons for all skill levels. Each 1-2 hour lesson is customized to your individual ability - we provide all equipment including a bodyboard, rashguard and fins. Our instructors are CPR/First-Aid certified -some are even legends in the sport! You'll learn about ocean safety and how to execute spin moves, barrel rolls and more! Dates/ times are flexible upon availability. Please visit: www. BodyboardingAdventures.com to complete your registration and schedule your lesson. No lessons July 3 and July 4. Lessons: Monday-Sunday, 8:00am-6:00pm NE W Instructor: Bodyboarding Adventures Staff ! Site: North Beach DATE June July August

FEE $75 $75 $75

BARCODE 56540 56541 56542

TENNIS Instructed by Ryan Endraske, USPTA Pro Please bring an unopened can of Penn Championship tennis balls to the first class and a tennis racquet. LEVEL 1: BEGINNING JUNIORS (6-10 years) DAY DATE TIME SITE FEE Tu Jun 6-Jun 27 3:30-4:30pm SLR $80 W Jun 7-Jun 28 3:30-4:30pm FR $80 Th Jun 8-Jun 29 3:30-4:30pm LIB $80 W Jul 5-Jul 26 3:30-4:30pm FR $80 Th Jul 6-Jul 27 3:30-4:30pm LIB $80 Tu Jul 11-Jul 25 3:30-4:30pm SLR $60 Tu Aug 1-Aug 15 3:30-4:30pm SLR $60 W Aug 2-Aug 16 3:30-4:30pm FR $60 Th Aug 3-Aug 17 3:30- 4:30pm LIB $60

CODE 56592 56580 56583 56581 56590 56593 56594 56582 56591

LEVEL 1: BEGINNING JUNIORS (11-18 years) DAY DATE TIME SITE FEE W Jun 7-Jun 28 4:30-6:00pm FR $100 Th Jun 8-Jun 29 4:30-6:00pm LIB $100 W Jul 5-Jul 26 4:30-6:00pm FR $100 Th Jul 6-Jul 27 4:30-6:00pm LIB $100 W Aug 2-Aug 16 4:30-6:00pm FR $75 Th Aug 3-Aug 17 4:30-6:00pm LIB $75

CODE 56588 56584 56589 56585 56596 56595

LEVEL 2: INTERMEDIATE JUNIORS (11-18 years) DAY DATE TIME SITE FEE Tu Jun 6-Jun 27 5:30-7:00pm SLR $100 Th Jun 8-Jun 29 6:00-7:30pm LIB $100 Th Jul 6-Jul 27 6:00-7:30pm LIB $100 Tu Jul 11-Jul 25 5:30-7:00pm SLR $75 Tu Aug 1-Aug 15 5:30-7:00pm SLR $75 Th Aug 3-Aug 17 6:00-7:30pm LIB $75

CODE 56603 56606 56607 56604 56605 56608

See Spotlight on Ryan on page 14!

U.S.T.A. Tournament/Team Prep This class has been organized for team play with an emphasis on technical and developmental progressions, live ball hitting, serve proficiency, match play, point construction, and tactical development. This will help prepare you for future tennis teams. Please bring a new can of tennis balls to the first class. LEVEL 3: U.S.T.A. TOURNAMENT/TEAM PREP (18 & under) DAY DATE TIME SITE FEE CODE M Jun 5-Jun 26 4:00-5:30pm SLR $100 56639 M Jun 5-Jun 26 5:30-7:00pm SLR $100 56642 F Jun 9-Jun 30 5:30-7:00pm SLR $100 56636 F Jul 7-Jul 28 5:30-7:00pm SLR $100 56637 M Jul 10-Jul 24 4:00-5:30pm SLR $75 56640 M Jul 10-Jul 24 5:30-7:00pm SLR $75 56643 M Jul 31-Aug 14 4:00-5:30pm SLR $75 56641 M Jul 31-Aug 14 5:30-7:00pm SLR $75 57118 F Aug 4-Aug 18 5:30-7:00pm SLR $75 56638

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Beginning Watercolor Art

Learn the basics of watercolor painting, design, values, leaving the whites, and keeping it simple. Most students will complete one painting each week, ready to frame. A supply list will be given to the students on the first day of class, to be purchased at a local art store. Instructor: Betty Schleicher Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jun 21-Aug 23 4:00pm-5:30pm $120 55004

MEN’S SOFTBALL

START DATE: September 5 & 6 DAYS: Tuesdays & Wednesdays TIME: 6:30pm-10:00pm SITE: Richard T. Steed Park FEE: $670/team MANAGER MTG: Aug 31, 6:30pm

CO-ED SOFTBALL START DATE: September 7 DAYS: Thursdays TIME: 6:30pm-10:00pm SITE: Richard T. Steed Park FEE: $670/team MANAGER MTG: Aug 31, 6:30pm

CO-ED SOCCER START DATE: September 10 DAYS: Sundays TIME: 8:00am-2:00pm SITE: Vista Hermosa Sports Park FEE: $570/team MANAGER MTG: Aug 31, 6:00pm

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DANCE Ballet Barre Stretch 13 years-Adult

Taught by a professional NY dancer, this ballet barre course includes stretching on mat, along with core/Pilates. On the barre more ballet stretches and ballet moves. Improves flexibility, strength and elongates the muscles. Works on proper alignment of the body and is a total internal workout for all. No class July 3. Instructor: Roxanne Bell Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 5-Jul 10 1:30pm-2:30pm $72 55337 M Jul 24-Aug 28 1:30pm-2:30pm $72 55338 Have you ever wanted to take a ballet class or maybe you danced as a child and would like to re-discover the dancer within? Then this is the class for you! You will strengthen, tone, and stretch your body and explore theory, terminology, musicality, rhythm, and the critical thinking necessary for dance. The class is designed around a classical ballet barre, center work, diagonal exercises and short variations. Instructor: Katherine Steadman Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jun 7-Aug 23 4:00pm-5:00pm $108 55371

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MANAGER MEETINGS: Held at Community Center

LEAGUE INFORMATION

Watercolor Art 12 years-Adult

Watercolor class for students at all levels. Learn the basics of watercolor painting, design, values, leaving the whites, and keeping it simple. Most students will complete one painting each week, ready to frame. A supply list will be given to the students on the first day of class, to be purchased at a local art store. Instructor: Betty Schleicher Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 19-Aug 21 11:00am-12:30pm $120 55003

Ballet Basics

REGISTRATION: August 2nd, 8 am - August 31st, 5 pm

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Beginning Tap I 16+ years

Ballet II

Appropriate for those who wish to continue to have dance as a part of their life. The class will be designed around a classical ballet barre, center work, diagonal exercises and short variations, keeping the needs of adult dancers in mind. We will explore choreography, musicality, flexibility and strength. Instructor: Katherine Steadman Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jun 7-Aug 23 5:15pm-6:30pm $108 55372

Broadway Dance Mix 13 years+

Get a complete workout in 30 minutes! Dance to a mixture of varied dance styles. Learn excerpts from Broadway, including 'Chorus Line' and Bob Fosse Technique. Experience the modern dance of Martha Graham. Dancing like you are on stage with a variety of dance styles, you will boost your confidence while having fun and achieving a healthy workout. This is class is taught by a professional NY dancer. No class July 3. Instructor: Roxanne Bell Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 5-Jul 10 2:35pm-3:05pm $60 55339 M Jul 24-Aug 28 2:35pm-3:05pm $60 55340

Belly Dancing Earthy and ethereal, this total-body dance develops core control, tones muscle, improves posture, increases fluidity, grace, breath control, and energy. Come experience this ancient dance, deepen your roots, and celebrate body and soul! Wear workout clothes, something flowy or jingly, and bring water. For more information: BellyDanceOrangeCounty.com. Instructor: Tina Enheduanna Site: Community Center

BELLY DANCE I

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Come and have so much fun in this invigorating, foot tapping, calorie burning, leg strengthening, balance and memory improving tap class. Learn basic tap steps made into routines to take home and practice. This class will literally 'knock your sock off!' So bring a towel and plenty of waterit's a work out. You'll be surprised how quickly you improve! Instructor: Anne Leslie Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jun 14-Jul 19 2:00pm-2:55pm $84 56472 W Jul 26-Aug 30 2:00pm-2:55pm $84 56473

DATE Jun 7-Jun 28 Jul 5-Jul 26 Aug 2-Aug 30

TIME 6:45pm-8:00pm 6:45pm-8:00pm 6:45pm-8:00pm

FEE $52 $52 $65

Beginning Tap II 16+ years Now you know the very basics of tap, let's progress to more intricate rhythms in this class. Tap exercises, steps and simple routines to challenge your muscle memory. Come join in the fun. Instructor: Anne Leslie Site: Community Center DAY W W

DATE Jun 7-Jun 28 Jul 5-Jul 26 Aug 2-Aug 30

TIME 8:00pm-9:15pm 8:00pm-9:15pm 8:00pm-9:15pm

FEE $52 $52 $65

Learn to dance like the stars! Each session concentrates on one type of dance. You'll broaden your knowledge of each dance as you learn the basics, as well as leading and following techniques. Singles and couples welcome - no partner needed. Group classes rotate. Instructor: Marilyn Dumford with Melody & Eric Sandeen Site: Community Center

SALSA

This fast and furious dance is seen in the clubs that feature Latin music. Many of the patterns are easy, with a few fancier ones thrown in for a good measure. Be prepared to move! DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jun 7-Jun 28 7:30pm-8:30pm $40 55433

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EAST COAST SWING

This dance is always a favorite of dancers of all ages, from the Big Bands of the 40's right up to today. Also great with Rock and Roll and a lot of contemporary music. DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jul 12-Aug 2 7:30pm-8:30pm $40 55434

Country Line Dancing 16+ years

DAY DATE W Jun 14-Jul 19 W Jul 26-Aug 30

TIME 3:00pm-3:45pm 3:00pm-3:45pm

FEE $60 $60

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Ballroom Dancing 16 years+

BARCODE 55521 55522 55523

Heel, toe, do-si-do...come on let's go! A fun, energizingl ine dancing class great for beginners and intermediates. Country music, some pop and R&B music will be played. Great for improving cardio fitness, muscle strength and coordination. An easy way to get your exercise in for the day. NE W Instructor: Anne Leslie ! Site: Community Center

FEE $84 $84

Registration begins April 26!

BELLY DANCE II (PREREQUISITE: BELLY DANCE I)

DAY W W W

DATE TIME Jun 14-Jul 19 1:00pm-1:55pm Jul 26-Aug 30 1:00pm-1:55pm

FOXTROT

The music is fun - much of it similar to Swing music - and there are a lot of great steps you can learn! You'll get some exercise while gaining confidence on the dance floor! If you've already learned some moves, you'll improve your style and ability here.

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DATE TIME Aug 9-Aug 30 7:30pm-8:30pm

FEE $40

BARCODE 55435


Simplify Future Financial Well-Being This course is for families concerned about adequately fulfilling their responsibility to prepare for their family’s future financial well-being. The clear understanding you need to build your successful economic future is being buried today under needless and overwhelming financial complexities. This course will show you how to avoid complexities with easy simplified principles that will maximize the value of your family’s future well-being while minimizing risk and the expenditure of your time, effort and money. No class June 21 and July 19. Instructor: Jim Vickers Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jun 7-Jul 26 7:00pm-8:30pm $67 55483

Learn computer skills and programs in an adult friendly environment! Now registering for Summer 2017 classes. Class topics may include (complete list online): Computer Fundamentals • Windows 10 Microsoft Office Applications Register online at: www.sccybercafe.org Computer lab located at: 910 Calle Negocio, San Clemente Contact us at: (949) 276-8866 Sccybercafe@outlook.com

CPR/AED 10 years-Adult This American Safety and Health Institute course covers CPR and the Heimlich maneuver for adults, children and infants with a manikin. Participants will also learn how to use an AED and receive a certification card, valid for 2 years. Participants must bring a self-addressed stamped envelope, pen or pencil, and a $15 materials fee to class. This is not a Healthcare Provider level course. EMSA stickers are no longer available for this class. Instructor: Workshops on Wellness Staff Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Aug 1 7:00pm-9:30pm $25 55353

Beginner Spanish Lessons 14+ years

Writing a Novel

This course is designed for both beginning & ongoing writers. Sam McCarver has taught fiction for 18 years and published 6 novels. The course will cover all fiction, including women’s, children’s, mysteries, and adventure. There will be emphasis in developing characters, plot, scenes, and getting published. A $30 material fee, for instructor’s writing book and handouts, is payable to instructor at the first class. Instructor: Sam McCarver Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Th Jun 22-Jul 27 2:00pm-4:00pm $85 55312

FITNESS Jazzercise

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Fitness…Fun…Music…Dance. THAT is Jazzercise! Come join us as we dance our way to fitness. You will move, you will work, and you will actually enjoy it! We dance to a variety of music, get the heart rate up to build stamina, and strengthen muscles through resistance training. Any fitness level is welcome. We have mats and weights to borrow. Buy a 6-week pass or join SC Jazzercise by paying $50 monthly on auto pay, with a one-time registration fee of $45. Come try it - first class is free! Instructor: Maureen Stewart Site: Community Center DAY TIME FEE M/W/F/Sa 8:30am-9:30am $99/6w (unlimited)

Registration begins April 26!

Bee Active Bootcamp Jump start your day the right way - Bee Active! In this outdoor 45 minute course you will experience a full-body workout with the added benefits that early morning exercise has to offer - enhanced metabolism, improved physical and mental energy, self-discipline, improved sleep, and much more. This program will focus on developing healthy bodies through strength and endurance and will incorporate the use of body weight with a variety of exercise equipment. Tuesday's class will be held at Marblehead Park & Thursday's NE W class will be held at Pico Park. ! Instructor: Hilary Arentz, Bee Active Site: Tuesday Marblehead Park / Thursday Pico Park DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE T/Th Jun 6-Jun 29 6:00am-6:45am $88 56447 T/Th Jun 6-Jun 29 7:00am- 7:45am $88 56448 T/Th Jul 11-Aug 3 6:00am-6:45am $88 56449 T/Th Jul 11-Aug 3 7:00am- 7:45am $88 56450 T/Th Aug 8-Aug 31 6:00am-6:45am $88 56451 T/Th Aug 8-Aug 31 7:00am- 7:45am $88 56452

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If your goal in learning Spanish is to become more fluent and confident when communicating, we have the right class for you! Our approach to teaching languages is an inputbased systemic instruction of vocabulary in a way that is comprehensible. It is a practical method similar to how you learned your native language. Open to high school students needing tutoring. For more information, contact Anabel Rodriguez: anabel.rodriguez@conversaspanish.com No class July 4. Instructor: Conversa Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jun 6-Jul25 5:45pm-6:45pm $115 55098

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Special Needs Fitness

Fitness specialized for the Special Needs Community! This program is dedicated to improve and maintain functional fitness to help individuals with daily functional living skills. This course will include aerobic exercise, body weight training, learning new skills, stretching, and much more with an added bonus of positive social interaction. Exercises will be modified for each individual, because Special Needs Fitness is not 'one size fits all'. Instructor: Hilary Arentz, Bee Active NE W ! Fee: $120 Site: Max Berg Plaza Park DAY DATE TIME BARCODE W May 31 FREE Demo 12:30pm- 1:30pm 56459 M/W Jun 5-Jun 28 12:30pm- 1:30pm 56453 M/W Jul 10-Aug 2 12:30pm- 1:30pm 56454 M/W Aug 7-Aug 30 12:30pm- 1:30pm 56455

Site: Marblehead Park Th June 1 FREE Demo T/Th Jun 6-Jun 29 T/Th Jul 11-Aug 3 T/Th Aug 8-Aug 31

6:30pm- 7:30pm 6:30pm- 7:30pm 6:30pm- 7:30pm 6:30pm- 7:30pm

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Ladies Beach Bootcamp

SUMMER 2017

This beach bootcamp welcomes ladies of any age and any fitness level. The class is designed to challenge you, make you sweat, and teach you how to take care of your body while catering to any limitations or injuries. The class requires a beach towel and a set of light free weights (1lb8lbs) depending on your fitness level. Please bring water and wear appropriate shoes for exercise. Come work out and have some fun! No class July 4. NE W Instructor: Emily Prindiville ! Site: Beach -North of San Clemente Pier

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DATE Jun 13-Sep 5 Jun 15-Aug 17 Jun 13-Aug 17

TIME 8:00am-9:00am 8:00am-9:00am 8:00am-9:00am

YOGA • PUNCH CARDS Option 1: $50/4 classes • Option 2: $125/10 classes Passes can be purchased at the Community Center or San Clemente Aquatics Center.

Yoga for Stiff Bodies If you think your body is too stiff for yoga, think again! Join us in this unique yoga experience blending poses with breath to encourage opening of the mind and body while increasing mobility and flexibility with an attention to injury prevention. You will rediscover your body, how it works and your connection with it. You will leave feeling more open, lighter, calmer and stronger. Yoga mat required and available at class $20. Yoga blocks recommended. No class July 4. Instructor: Elizabeth Sharp or Jessica Seabern (ERYT500) Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jun 6-Aug 29 7:45am-8:45am $125 55440 Th Jun 8-Aug 31 7:45am-8:45am $135 55441 T/Th Jun 6-Aug 31 7:45am-8:45am $235 55442

Hatha Yoga Blend Join us in this powerful learning experience combining different traditions of yoga in which you will rediscover your body, how it works and your connection with it. Beginning with the basics, there will be a focus on proper alignment of yoga asana (postures), and breathing techniques. We will learn poses that lengthen, strengthen, and encourage release and relaxation while increasing flexibility and injury prevention. You will leave feeling lighter, calmer and stronger. Mats are available for purchase. Yoga blocks recommended. No class July 4. Instructor: Nancy Wood and Maria Quici Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jun 6-Aug 29 10:05-11:00am $120 55449 Th Jun 8-Aug 31 10:05-11:00am $130 55450 Tu/Th Jun 6-Aug 31 10:05-11:00am $225 55451

Yoga Flow (Strength & Flexibility)

FEE BARCODE Fitness for mind and body blending both the traditional and $190 56465 westernized physical aspects of yoga designed to stimulate, $190 56466 strengthen, detoxify and open the body as well as calm $350 56467 the mind. This class is appropriate for all levels offering modifications for the more challenging poses and strong variations for people wanting more challenge. Some yoga 16 years-Adult experience or current athletic condition recommended. Mats Traditional Karate of the Japanese Itosu-Ryu system will are available for purchase. Yoga blocks recommended. be taught with emphasis on discipline, coordination, and Instructor: Jessica Seabern or Yoga Staff (ERYT500) development of physical strength. The basic moves will be Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center taught and practiced in traditional ways using Kata, Kumite DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE and Kihon. Tests will be given as student improves; colored M Jun 5-Aug 28 6:30pm-7:30pm $135 55443 belts can be earned. W Jun 7-Aug 30 6:30pm-7:30pm $135 55444 Instructor: Ryan Wetzel M/W Jun 5-Aug 30 6:30pm-7:30pm $243 55445 Site: Community Center Use our QR code for quick access DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE to our online magazine. M Jun 12-Aug 14 6:00pm-7:00pm $78 56676 The digital magazine includes Th Jun 15-Aug 17 6:00pm-7:00pm $78 56677 direct links to each course. M/Th Jun 12-Aug 17 6:00pm-7:00pm $141 56675

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Gentle Yoga

Yoga for you! Instruction based on your personal or group needs. We will create a sequence for your sport, injury, or desired effect. Whether you're toning a particular area or simply calming the mind and nervous system, our trained instructors will cater to you. Locations vary based on space and availability. Price is the same regardless of number of participants. Makes a great gift! Instructor: Jessica Seabern Site: TBD Dates: June 1 -August 31 SESSION(S) TIMES FEE BARCODE 1 session 9:00am-5:00pm $100 56679 4 sessions 9:00am-5:00pm $385 56680

Yoga for Everyone! Gentle classes allow you the time to modify each posture to best suit you. This very accessible class is ideal for anyone looking to develop a practice of conscious, mindful movement with some support from seniors to pregnant women to world-class athletes. We all need to take it easy sometimes. Yoga mat required and available at class $20. Yoga blocks recommended. No class July 4. Instructor: Elizabeth Sharp Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jun 6-Aug 29 7:00pm-8:00pm $125 55453 W Jun 7-Aug 30 9:00am-10:00am $135 55454 F Jun 9-Aug 25 8:00am- 9:00am $125 55452

Yoga for a Healthy Back It is estimated that over 20% of adults have some chronic back pain. In Yoga, a strong, flexible back is very important for maintaining posture, ensuring that the nervous system pathways are strong and clear and improving circulation to the brain. All levels welcome and yoga mats are required. Mats are available for purchase. Yoga blocks recommended. Instructor: Stacy Agosto or David Turner Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jun 5-Aug 28 5:15pm-6:15pm $135 55436 W Jun 7-Aug 30 5:15pm-6:15pm $135 55437 M/W Jun 5-Aug 30 5:15pm-6:15pm $243 55438 Sa Jun 10-Aug 26 9:00am-10:00am $125 55439

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Yoga for Athletes

Strengthen and lengthen your leg muscles, improve flexibility and prevent injury. Poses with a focus on core stability: a strong core provides the foundation for efficient, economical movement in the limbs, and is therefore critical for injury prevention. Learn poses geared towards impact athletes, breathe work to improve lung capacity, sense of calm and cardiovascular capability. Increase your stride and your recovery. Yoga mat required and available at class for $20. Yoga blocks recommended. Multi Class discount. No class July 4. Instructor: Tu: Nancy Wood / Sa: Katie Marshall Site: Tuesday Community Center/Saturday, Parque Del Mar DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jun 6-Aug 29 9:00am-10:00am $120 55515 Sa Jun 10-Jul 29 10:00am-11:00am$85 55455

Tai Chi This class is based on an ancient Chinese exercise system Qigong, designed for optimum health and longevity. It combines deep breathing with slow, gentle stretches and fluid motions that help to strengthen the immune system and stretch tendons and joints, while improving balance and coordination. No class July 12 - July 31. Instructor: Cynthia Bell Niermann Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE W Jun 14-Aug 23 10:30am-11:30am $80

BARCODE 55388

Registration begins April 26!

Qigong / Tai Chi

If you want a complete mind-body exercise for better health at any age, learn Qigong, also known as Chinese Yoga. Qigong helps improve flexibility, strength and balance. Qigong stretches, breathing exercise and moving meditations also provide effective and enjoyable stress relief. Wear comfortable clothes and non-skid shoes. No class July 4 and July 12 - July 31. Instructor: Cynthia Bell Niermann Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE Tu Jun 13-Aug 22 6:30pm-7:30pm $80 Th Jun 15-Aug 24 11:30am-12:30pm $80

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Boomer Fitness 30+ years Hate to exercise? Me too! Come join our lively fun exercise class, interspersed with weight sculpting and abdominal workout. Tone legs, arms, shoulders, booty and abs. Become energized, fire up metabolism, increase bone and muscle strength as you move to great music. Anne was a professional dancer who brings her passion, knowledge and experience to this class. All ages welcome as you work at your pace. NE W ! Instructor: Anne Leslie Site: Community Center DAY Tu

DATE Jul 25-Aug 29

TIME FEE BARCODE 8:30am-9:25am $60 56479

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Begin your day with an invigorating practice discovering yourself in this dynamic style of yoga linking breath with movement. Detoxify, strengthen, and increase flexibility in both body and mind. You will leave feeling lighter, calmer and physically stronger. Mats are available for purchase. Yoga blocks recommended. No class July 4. Instructor: Jessica Seabern or Yoga Staff (RYT500) Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jun 6-Aug 29 9:00am-10:00am $120 55446 Th Jun 8-Aug 31 9:00am-10:00am $130 55447 Tu/Th Jun 6-Aug 31 9:00am-10:00am $225 55448

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Experience 5K

Have you ever wanted to start running but not sure how to begin? Join us in this running class for beginners. Enjoy a group atmosphere while gaining the mental toughness you need to succeed. This 8 week program will take you from walking to running your first 5K. Please wear running shoes and bring water for proper hydration. Class includes 1 workout a week performed on your own schedule for self accountability. No class July 4. Instructor: Holly Blair and Rebecca Ferguson Site: Vista Hermosa Sports Park - VHSP Trail

DAY DATE Tu/Th Jun 6-Jul 27

TIME FEE BARCODE 10:00am-11:00am $100 55336

Drums of Africa

Play traditional, diaspora, and contemporary rhythms in this beginner drumming class. Explore a variety of instruments focusing on the popular 'djembe' of West Africa. Percussion tools are provided by the instructor or bring your own tuned djembe. Instructor: George Medlock Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Sa Jun 17-Jul 8 10:00am-11:30am $48 55533 Sa Jul 15-Aug 5 10:00am-11:30am $48 56634 Sa Aug 12-Sep 2 10:00am-11:30am $36 56635

Switch Running

A dynamic running class for all levels. This structured program will provide motivation, accountability, consistency and mental toughness. All workouts will be varied to increase performance and keep your body guessing to increase fitness. Please wear running shoes and bring water. No class July 4. NE W Instructor: Holly Blair and Rebecca Ferguson ! Site: Vista Hermosa Sports Park - VHSP Trail DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE T/Th Jun 6-Jun 29 9:00am-10:00am $50 57087 T/Th Jul 6-Jul 27 9:00am-10:00am $50 57088 T/Th Aug 1-Aug 24 9:00am-10:00am $50 57089

MUSIC

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10 Years+ Playing the guitar is an enjoyable and relaxing way to enrich your life with music. Experience interaction with other beginning guitarists in a supportive small group environment. The aim of the class is to transform the novice into a self-reliant musician. Learn to play easy chords, fun melodies, strum styles and popular songs. Instructor Ron Gorman has enjoyed teaching this class for the past twelve years. Students must bring their own acoustic or electric guitar with a small amp. Instructor: Ron Gorman Site: Community Center DAY DATE Sa Jul 15-Aug 5

TIME FEE 10:00am-11:00am $99

BARCODE 55334

Beginning Ukulele 10 years + Just one strum of the ukulele brings on a smile. Enjoy learning how to play the world's easiest string instrument in a supportive, small group setting. This class will provide all the fundaments to be able to play songs on your own. Learn simple chords, easy melodies, strum styles, finger picking, and a wide assortment of great songs. Instructor Ron Gorman has been teaching music for over 15 years. Bring your own ukulele to class and let's have some fun! Instructor: Ron Gorman Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Sa Jul 15-Aug 5 11:00am- 12:00pm$99 55335

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SAILING Intro to Sailing 15 years+ Experience sailing in one day. In this 2.5 hour clinic you'll learn basic boating safety, terminology & introductory skills in our 14' boats, then onto the water we go sailing! Instructor: Westwind Sailing Site: OC Sailing Center (34451 Ensenada, DP) DAY DATE Sa April 22

TIME 8:30am-11:00am

FEE $55

BARCODE 54691

Adult Sailing I 18 years+ Learning to sail is safe, fun and easy! In this exciting beginning sailing course we cover basic boating safety, sloop rigging, points of sail, and sailing skills development. $10 Material fee due to instructor at first class. Instructor: Westwind Sailing Site: OC Sailing Center (34451 Ensenada, DP) DAY Sa Sa Sa

DATE Jun 10-Jul 1 Jul 15-Aug 5 Aug 12-Sep 2

TIME 8:30am-12:00pm 8:30am-12:00pm 8:30am-12:00pm

FEE BARCODE $299 55408 $299 55409 $299 55410

Family Sailing 7 years+ The entire family sails! Parents and kids will learn together in our 14' boats. We will cover basic safety, rigging, points of sail, capsize practice, and skills development. Children may register for this class with a family member or friend who is at least 18 yrs. old. Maximum 2 children per registered adult is allowed. A $10 supply fee per adult, and $5 supply fee per child is due on the first day. Instructor: Westwind Sailing Site: OC Sailing Ctr (34451 Ensenada, DP) DAY DATE TIME AGE FEE BARCODE Su Jul 16-Jul 30 9am-12pm 7-17 yrs $109 55412 Su Jul 16-Jul 30 9am-12pm 18 yrs+ $119 55411

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Instructed by Ryan Endraske, USPTA Pro Please bring your own tennis racquet to class. No class July 3. Site: Liberty Park

Stand Up Paddle Group Lesson 12 years+

Sign up for Stand Up Paddle group lesson and learn firsthand why it is the fastest growing water sport today. Participants will learn equipment selection, basic paddling skills, safety and stroke development. Parent participation required for 12-14 year olds. Instructor: Westwind Sailing Site: OC Sailing Center (34451 Ensenada, Dana Point) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Su June 17 8:00am-9:30am $45 55423 Su July 9 8:00am-9:30am $45 55424 Su August 6 8:00am-9:30am $45 55425

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LEVEL 1: BEGINNING DAY DATE TIME SITE M Jun 5-Jun 26 9:00am-10:30am LIB Th Jun 8-Jun 29 8:00am- 9:00am LIB Th Jul 6-Jul 27 8:00am- 9:00am LIB M Jul 10-Jul 24 9:00am-10:30amLIB M Jul 31-Sep 4 9:00am-10:30amLIB Th Aug 3-Aug 17 8:00am-9:00am LIB

FEE CODE $100 56649 $80 56646 $80 56647 $75 56650 $75 56651 $60 56648

LEVEL 2: INTERMEDIATE DAY DATE TIME Tu Jun 6-Jun 27 7:30am-9:00am Tu Jul 11-Jul 25 7:30am-9:00am Tu Aug 3-Aug 17 7:30am-9:00am

FEE CODE $100 56654 $75 56655 $75 56656

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Adult Tennis Mixed Doubles This class is for tennis players who want to improve their skill level through a variety of drills and instruction. Partners and singles are welcome - doubles and singles techniques will be covered. Please bring an unopened can of tennis balls to the first session. Instructor: Ryan Endraske, USPTA Pro Site: San Luis Rey DAY Tu Tu Tu

DATE Jun 6-Jun 27 Jul 11-Jul 25 Aug 3-Aug 17

TIME 7:00- 8:00pm 7:00- 8:00pm 7:00- 8:00pm

SITE SLR SLR SLR

FEE CODE $100 56662 $75 56663 $75 56664

This is a high intensity, doubles focused, skills drills class. Players should have NTRP of 3.5 and above. Class covers match play strategy with a variety of intense drills. Please bring a can of unopened tennis balls to the first class. Instructor: Ryan Endraske, USPTA Pro Site: Forster Ranch Park DAY W W W

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DATE Jun 7-Jun 28 Jul 5-Jul 26 Aug 2-Aug 16

TIME 6:00-7:00pm 6:00-7:00pm 6:00-7:00pm

SITE FR FR FR

FEE $80 $80 $60

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Pickle Ball: Beginning & Intermediate

Learn the fastest growing sport in North America. This one hour class will prepare you for skills needed to play this fun social game. Instructor: Raudel Barba Site: San Gorgonio Tennis Court DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jun 7-Jul 26 9:00am-10:00am $163 55314

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Skills Drills (Advanced)

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Dog Manners “Crash Course”

All breeds, 5 months of age or older, may enroll. Accomplish your dog-training goals and correct behavior problems in just 4 weeks! Commands include: sit and down on command, stay with distractions, come when called, and controlled walking on a leash. A variety of behavior problems (chewing, jumping up, nipping, hole-digging, etc.) will be addressed. Dog handlers must be 10 years or older. Dogs attend all meetings. Visit www.DogClassInfo.com for more info. Preregistration required. A $5 insurance fee payable to the instructor at first class meeting. Instructor: Wendy Brookhyser, Hacienda Hills Dog Obedience Site: Marblehead Inland Park DAY Sa

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Baron Von Willard Dog Park

301 Avenida La Pata • (949) 361-8264

Open Daily, 6:00am - Sunset / Closed Tuesdays until 1:00pm

We hope you enjoy your visit, and ask that you comply with all park rules in order to provide a safe, healthy environment for your dog and those around you. Please visit www.san-clemente.org for a complete list of rules prior to your visit.

TIME FEE BARCODE 10:00am-11:15am $87 56471

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Other San Clemente Park (on-leash) Options All City parks are now open for dogs, on-leash!

SUMMER 2017

Exclusions include: playground areas, sports fields, and Park Semper Fi.

2nd Annual

Calming Tails SUMMER READING PROGRAM

Grab your favorite book and head down to the San Clemente-Dana Point Animal Shelter! Children, ages 6-12 years old, are invited to join us for our 2nd annual summer reading program! Pre-registration is required.

SAN CLEMENTE-DANA POINT ANIMAL SHELTER (949) 492-1617 ● 221 AVENIDA FABRICANTE ● HTTP://WWW.SAN-CLEMENTE.ORG/CASA

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117 Avenida Victoria / (949) 498-3322 LUNCHEONS Mother's Day - Friday, May 12 Memorial Day - Friday, May 26 Father's Day - Friday, June 16 Independence Day - Monday, July 3 EVENTS Bingo Saturday Night Live - June 17 MONDAY Pilates (9am-10am) Balance & Mobility (9am-10:50am) Beginning Watercolor (10am-12:50pm) Bridge (1pm) Beginning Sketching (1:30pm-4:20pm)

SENIOR SERVICES Braille Institute & Visual Aid: (714) 821-5000 Medicare Counseling: (949) 498-3322 Home Delivered Meals: (949) 498-3322

• Membership based (50+ yrs.) • Staffed with professionals Hours of Operation: Mon–Fri, 8:30am - 4:30pm Annual Membership: $50/yr (Residents) $75/yr (Non-residents)

($25 processing fee also applies)

TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY Yoga Pilates Yoga (9am-9:50am) (9am-10am) (9am-9:50am) Strength, Flexibility Aerobic Exercise Strength, Flexibility (9am-10am) (9:30-10:20am) (9am-10am) Chair Exercise Art4Healing Chair Exercise (11:30-12:20pm) (10:30am-12:30pm) (11:30-12:20pm) Hand & Foot Cards Bingo Bridge (10:30am-12pm) (1pm-3pm) (1pm) Beg. Oil/Acrylic Paint Genealogy Group Chair Yoga (1pm-3:50pm) (1:30pm) (2:00-3:15pm) Current Issues in Will Counseling Government (3rd, by appt.) (1:00-2:50pm) Restorative Yoga/ Sound Healing (4:30-5:30pm)

Schedules are subject to change. Contact Center for fees and costs of all programs

The Gary & Mary West Wellness Center

FRIDAY Blood Pressure Clinic (9:30am-12pm) Pilates (9am-10am) Beginning Jewelry (Call center) Aerobic Exercise (9:30-10:20am) Yoga (4:00-5:50pm)

DAILY OPPORTUNITIES (Monday-Friday): Computer Lab: 10:00am-4:00pm Community Dining: 11:45am (Donation of $4.50)

Having an event or a party? Rent our beautiful facility at a reasonable rate. Call (949) 498-3322 Celebrate your birthday with all your friends at the Dorothy Visser Senior Center! Joins us for the Birthday Party: 4th Fri. every month, 11:45am

COMMUNITY CORNER

DOROTHY VISSER SENIOR CENTER

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BEACHES 1 Calafia 2 Corto Lane 3 Dije Court 4 El Portal (“204”) 5 Linda Lane 6 Lasuen (“Lost Winds”) 7 Mariposa 8 North Beach 9 Pier 10 Riviera 11 T-Street CITY OFFICES & FACILITIES 1 City Hall 2 Community Center 3 Community Development 4 City Maintenance Yard 5 Marine Safety 6 Municipal Golf Course 7 Ole Hanson Beach Club 8 SC Animal Shelter 9 SC Aquatics Center PARKS 1 Baron Von Willard Dog Park 2 Bonito Canyon Park 3 Canyon View Park 4 Courtney’s SandCastle 5 Forster Ranch Park 6 Jim Johnson Sports Park 7 Leslie Park 8 Liberty Park 9 Linda Lane Park 10 Marblehead Inland Park 11 Max Berg Plaza Park 12 Mira Costa Park 13 Park Semper Fi 14 Parque Del Mar 15 Pico Park 16 Ralph’s Skate Court 17 Rancho San Clemente Park 18 Richard T. Steed Sports Park 19 San Gorgonio Park 20 San Luis Rey Park 21 Talega Park 22 Tierra Grande Park 23 Verde Park 24 Vista Bahia Park 25 Vista del Sol Park 26 Vista Hermosa Sports Park TRAILS 1 Beach Trail 2 Cristianitos Regional 3 Forster Ranch Ridgeline 4 Sea Summit at Marblehead 5 Rancho San Clemente 6 Prima Deshecha Regional 7 Talega

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The City of San Clemente has 5 rentable rooms at three different sites for family celebrations, business meetings, weddings, and more! Room setups include tables and chairs, all other banquet supplies are not included. To obtain an application for Facility Usage, please call (949) 361-8264 or visit www.san-clemente.org/recreation. COMMUNITY CENTER AUDITORIUM 100 N. Calle Seville / (949) 361-8264 Accommodates: 500 theatre style / 300 dining style Includes: large stage with curtains, A/V equipment capable, & room divider, tables & chairs Ideal for: banquets, birthdays, stage performances, business meetings or trainings, wedding receptions, and family celebrations COMMUNITY CENTER MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM 100 N. Calle Seville / (949) 361-8264 Accommodates: 50 people Includes: tables & chairs Ideal for: family celebrations and business meetings or trainings OLE HANSON FIRESIDE ROOM 100 N. Calle Seville / (949) 361-8264 Accommodates: 80 people Includes: Small kitchen & A/V equipment capable, tables & chairs Ideal for: business meetings or trainings and other small services FRIENDS MEETING ROOM 987 Ave. Vista Hermosa / (949) 429-8797 Accommodates: 50 people Includes: A/V equipment capable with two flat screens & pool deck view, tables & chairs Ideal for: family celebrations and business meetings or trainings OLE HANSON BEACH CLUB 105 W. Ave. Pico / (949) 388-2131 Accommodates: 175 people Ideal for: banquets, birthdays, wedding receptions, and family celebrations For more information, contact 24 carrots catering and events at OleHanson@24carrots.com or (949) 431-2959.

PARK & PICNIC RENTALS

SUMMER 2017

The City of San Clemente has over 20 areas that can be reserved by residents, non-residents, non-profit groups, and commercial organizations for family celebrations, birthday parties, company picnics, and more! To obtain an application for Park Usage, please contact Recreation or visit our website.

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Reservations do not include exclusive use of any other park amenities, including sports fields. Sport filed reservations must be made separately through the Recreation Division. PICNIC RENTAL LOCATIONS Bonito Canyon Park • Canyon View Park • Courtney’s SandCastle • Forster Ranch Park Leslie Park • Liberty Park • Linda Lane Park • Marblehead Park • Max Berg Plaza Park Park Semper Fi • Mira Costa Park • Parque Del Mar • Pico Park • Rancho San Clemente San Luis Rey Park • Talega Park • Tierra Grande Park • Verde Park • Vista Del Sol Park FUN ON THE RUN PARTY PACKAGES Are you planning to host a party and need entertainment for the children? Fun on the Run Party Packages provides you with 90 minutes of games and activities for children ages 3-12 years old. Park rental fee is included with the rental of a party package. See page 22 for more details. Looking to rent sport fields? Explore the park amenities on page 52 and find out what suits your needs. Contact Recreation for rates and availability. CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE │ (949) 429-8797 or (949) 361-8264


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New customer? Call Recreation to set-up an account.

Recreation Division 100 N. Calle Seville San Clemente, CA 92672

987 Ave. Vista Hermosa

(Community Center) (Aquatics Center)

COMMUNITY CENTER 100 N. Calle Seville, (949) 361-8264 Monday-Thursday (Every other Friday) 8:00am-5:30pm

REGISTRATION

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SC AQUATICS CENTER 987 Avenida Vista Hermosa, (949) 429-8797

Monday-Thursday 5:30am-8:00pm; Friday 5:30am-6:00pm; Saturday 9:00am-4:00pm; Sunday 12:00pm-4:00pm

METHODS OF PAYMENT: Credit Cards (online or walk-in only): Cash: Walk-in registration only Checks (walk-in only) payable to: City of San Clemente GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL REFUND POLICY All refunds must be requested in writing. An $8.00 refund processing fee will apply per person, per class. No refunds

or credits will be issued after the second class meeting. Non-attendance in a program is not grounds for a refund. Regardless of your payment method, all refunds will be issued in the form of a check within 3-4 weeks. When courses are cancelled by the City, a full refund will be issued. The City of San Clemente assumes no responsibility for the reimbursement/refund of any material fee collected by the instructor. Class Refund Policy: All refund requests must be received before the start of second class meeting. Camp Refund Policy: For a course that is one week or less in length, the following criteria applies: •If a refund request is received 72-hours before the start of the course/camp, a refund, less processing fee, will be provided. •If a request is received less than 72-hours in advance, but before the start of the second class meeting, a one-day prorated refund, less processing fees, will be provided. •No refund will be issued after the second class meeting. Workshop Refund Policy: For a course that is one day in length, the following criteria applies: •If a refund request is received 24-hours before the start of the course, a refund, less processing fee, will be provided. •If a request is received less than 24-hours in advance, no refund or credit will be issued.

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YOUR RECREATION

All courses are subject to cancellation or schedule change. A utility bill is required for proof of residency. Fees for courses are subject to change. Registration cannot be accepted at class. Spaces are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Should the course be filled, we will notify you, place your name on a waiting list and return your payment. If classes do not reach their minimum, the class will be cancelled. When registering online, please assume that you have been accepted into the class. Registration confirmation will be sent via e-mail when you register by fax or mail. We will advise you by phone of any changes. The City of San Clemente complies with all applicable laws, including the American Disability Act. If you need special assistance, please call (949) 361-8264 or (949) 429-8797. For new clients, proof of San Clemente residency MUST be provided to the Recreation office in the form of a copy of current utility bill or copy of current vehicle registration, along with photo ID. Additional $3 fee applies to all courses for non-residents unless otherwise specified.

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PROGRAM REGISTRATION FORM City of San Clemente Recreation Division

Community Center: 100 N. Calle Seville, San Clemente, CA 92672 / (949) 361-8264 Aquatics Center: 987 Ave. Vista Hermosa, San Clemente, CA 92673 / (949) 429-8797

Adult Last Name: __________________________ First Name: __________________________ Street Address: ________________________________________________________________ City: _______________________________________ State: _______ Zip Code: ___________ Primary Phone: ________________________ Alternate Phone: ________________________ E-Mail Address: ________________________________________________________________ Would you like a registration confirmation e-mailed to you? Barcode

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Non-resident fee ($3/class) Donate to Recreation Scholarships? ($1)

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PHOTO/VIDEO RELEASE: I understand that at various times City representatives may photograph and/or video activities of City recreation programs, special events and participants. By signing this form, I authorize the City of San Clemente to use or publish any photographs/videos taken of me or my child/children to promote classes on the City’s website and other internet publicity, and/or in future publications of City brochures and/or flyers. RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT: The undersigned hereby releases the City of San Clemente and its officers, agents and employees from all liability to the undersigned (and from any minor participants for whom the undersigned has the capacity to contract), thereby releasing, indemnifying, and holding harmless the City of San Clemente, its officers, agents, and employees from all liability to the undersigned (and said minors) for any loss or damage on account of physical, mental and emotional injury to the undersigned (of said minors) caused by negligence of the City of San Clemente, its officers, agents and employees. The undersigned hereby assumes full responsibility for, and the risk of, physical, mental and emotional injury due to the negligence of the City of San Clemente, its officers, agents and employees. The undersigned recognizes for himself or herself, and any minors, that the events and occurrences to which this release applies can be dangerous and as a result of signing below, the undersigned is accepting those risks for himself or herself, and for any minor participants for whom the undersigned can contract. AUTHORIZATION TO PROVIDE MEDICAL TREATMENT FOR MINOR PARTICIPANTS: The undersigned, who is the parent or guardian of the above named individual, a minor, hereby authorized the City of San Clemente, into whose care the above named individual has been entrusted, to consent to any x-ray examination, anesthetic, medical or surgical diagnosis or treatment and hospital care to be rendered to said minor under the general or special supervision and upon the advice of a physician and surgeon licensed under the provisions of the Medical Practice Act, or to consent to an x-ray examination, anesthetic, dental or surgical diagnosis or treatment and hospital care to be rendered to said minor by dentist licensed under the provisions of the Dental Practice Act. The undersigned furthermore authorized the City of San Clemente to transport or make arrangements for transport as may be required for the administration of health care consented to in the above program. REFUND POLICY: To drop a class, complete a Refund Request Form. If notification is received before the second class meeting date, a refund in the form of a check or left on the City account (minus an $8 withdrawal fee) will be processed. No refunds after the second class meeting. I, THE UNDERSIGNED, AM FAMILIAR WITH THE NATURE OF ACTIVITIES AND CERTIFY THAT I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS WAIVER AND RELEASE AS IT APPLIES TO MYSELF AND TO ANY MINORS FOR WHOM I AM SIGNING.

Participant Signature: ______________________________________________ Date: ______________ (Parent or guardian signature if under 18 years of age)

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Planning Commission Meeting 6:00 pm, Council Chambers

Special Event

Beaches, Parks & Rec. Commission 6:00 pm, Council Chambers This calendar is subject to change. For all updates of meeting agendas, times, locations, City business hours visit www.san-clemente.org.

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Any questions or comments about this issue may be sent to: recreation@san-clemente.org

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