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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 Pier Shack & Grill..................................... (949) 498-2247 T-Street Surfer*........................................ (949) 492-2205 Hearties*.................................................. (949) 361-8311 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 Chris Hamm Mayor Pro Tem Bob Baker Councilmember Tim Brown Councilmember Lori Donchak Councilmember Kathy Ward 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 Public Works Director Bill Cameron BEACHES, PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION Chair Steven Streger Chair Pro Tem John Bandaruk Commissioner Linda Chitwood Commissioner John Dorey Commissioner Nick Gates Commissioner Chris McCormack Commissioner Tim Shaw 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 The newly completed Sea Summit at Marblehead trails are open for exploring! This photo view can be seen on the south end of the trail. For more information about this picturesque trail, visit san-clemente.org/trails. 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 quest to save San Clemente Hospital has continued to Sacramento, garnering support from representatives.

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It's been two years since the inaugural hike took place to San Clemente Summit, take a look at the journal notes left behind.

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Community Special Events Aquatics Early Childhood Youth Teen Scene 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 2015/2016. 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.

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YOUR NEWS Message from the City Manager Ringing in the 2015 Holiday Season

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he holiday season brings us many opportunities for celebrating and giving. Right here in our Spanish Village by the Sea, we have the perfect combination of both with our City staff, nonprofits, volunteers and compassionate citizenry who put others first to coordinate in activities that help ensure a memorable holiday for everyone—especially those in need. Though this is by no means a comprehensive list, it serves as a good start.

FAMILY ASSISTANCE MINISTRIES THANKSGIVING DINNER Locally, you can make a difference by participating in the Family Assistance Ministries Thanksgiving Dinner and Adopt-A-Family program. This event is being held on Wednesday, November 25th from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at the San Clemente Community Center located at 100 N. Calle Seville. For Thanksgiving, you can supply a turkey and all the fixings. For Christmas, you can provide gifts for the children of a local family. Every donation – even small ones – make a big impact, so whatever you can do to make the holidays a little brighter for those in need, truly makes a difference. For more information, email info@family-assistance.org or call (949) 492-8477. SANTA’S VILLAGE BY THE SEA On Saturday, December 5, 2015 from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the San Clemente Community Center at 100 N. Calle Seville, the City of San Clemente and the Casa Romantica Cultural Center & Gardens brings you a full day of activities, treats, and music. The day begins at the San Clemente Community Center with games, cookie decorating, face painting and a tree lighting ceremony at 5:15 p.m. The fun continues at the Casa Romantica for cookies, hot chocolate, and more holiday cheer. For more information, contact the Recreation Division at (949) 361-8264. ADOPT-A-MARINE HOLIDAY DINNER A very special event for active-duty Camp Pendleton military personnel is the Seventh Annual Adopt-A-Marine holiday dinner and comedy show by the Funniest Housewives of Orange County. This will be held on Sunday, December 13th and is hosted by the San Clemente Watershed Task Force. This event will be held at the Holiday Inn Express in San Clemente, and along with entertainment and dinner, every Marine will receive a ticket for a prize drawing during the dinner. A $25 donation provides a Marine with dinner, beverages, dessert and a drawing ticket, plus the comedy show. Please send your donations to the San Clemente Watershed Task Force at 555 N. El Camino Real A425, San Clemente 92672 with checks payable to SC Watershed Task Force. Donations must be received by Dec 10th. If you wish to donate a prize, email info@SCwatersheds.com or call Nanci Mavar at (949) 500-0494. From our City family to yours, we wish you all the best. Happy Holidays! Sincerely,

James Makshanoff City Manager citymanager@san-clemente.org

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Max Berg Park Playground In 2013 the City of San Clemente removed old playground equipment from Max Berg Park as a safety precaution due to the equipment being severely deteriorated from rust. The equipment was donated to Kids Around the World to be refurbished by local volunteers and shipped to Ecuador and installed for use by children there. It took more than a year for Kids Around the World to raise the money for the shipment. Kids Around the World is a non-profit, faith-based organization that is dedicated to helping children and families who have been affected by war, poverty, illness and natural disasters. Since 1994, Kids Around the World has built more than 375 playgrounds in 56 countries worldwide. The Kids Around the World volunteers transport refurbished

playground equipment, just like that which the City donated, to build playgrounds where kids need them most, and witnessing firsthand the power of play and the impact it can have on the life of a single child, and an entire community. Chris Marshall serves as Regional Vice President for Kids Around the World. He shared some pictures of the City’s refurbished playground equipment being enjoyed by the children in Equador. About the experience, Mr. Marshall said, “There’s a sense of legacy when you build parks – you are creating a community. To put the City’s old equipment in a landfill would have silenced the laughter, so we pass on a legacy of laughter to another community.” For more information, visit kidsaroundtheworld.com or contact Chris at chrism@kidsaroundtheworld.com.

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WINTER 2015/16 DISTRACTED DRIVING

News Briefs It's always the season to adopt a new family friend!

is Dangerous Driving!

Don’t be distracted while driving. Did you know Visit the local San Clemente-Dana Point Animal Shelter distracted driving claims the lives of nearly 5,000 and adopt a furry family member today. Explore more people each year? This represents 16% of all fatal crashes annually. Each year, more than 80% of drivdetails about the shelter on page 33. ers in the annual AAA Foundation Traffic Safety CulPictured here is Emma with her new family, the Berry ture Index cite distraction as a serious problem and a family. behavior that makes them feel less safe on the road. Holiday Closures for City Offices Just what is distracted driving? Distracted driving City offices will be closed December 24, 2015 - January 1, 2016 and will reopen is any activity that could divert a person's attention away from the primary task of driving. All distractions on Monday, January 4, 2015. endanger driver, passenger, and bystander safety. Police and fire services will continue their regular schedules uninterrupted. Chances are we’ve all engaged in one or more of • Non-emergency calls: (949) 770-6011 these activities while driving. The Centers for Disease • Emergency calls: 9-1-1. Control and Prevention describes three main types of If assistance is needed during the closure, call the City’s 24/7 answering service: distractions while driving. Visual distractions cause • Utilities (Water/Sewer): (949) 366-1553 you to take your eyes off the road, manual distrac• Maintenance (Streets/Signals/Street Lights) and Beaches & Parks tions cause you to take your hands off the wheel and (parks/trees/ trails): (949) 361-8317 cognitive distractions, such as listening to a talk radio show, cause you to take your mind off what you Estrella Shopping Center Facelift Underway are doing. Driving is a great privilege, but with that The Estrella Shopping Center (former K-Mart/Big Lots Center) in San Clem- privilege also comes responsibility. ente is getting a facelift. The City has issued building permits for all portions of The next time you get into your car, think of driving the redevelopment and the contractors are working quickly, having also started a car as complex task that requires your complete work on the freestanding pad buildings. attention. All it takes is a glance away for more than The primary tenants for the development have been announced: Sprouts, a couple of seconds and the consequences can be Sports Authority, Stein Mart, Ulta, and TJ Maxx. The property owner of the pad serious. The best way to end distracted driving is to buildings is working to put a coffee shop (Starbucks or similar entity) in the pad educate all Americans about the danger it poses. So, building where Guicho’s North is located. the City seeks to do its share to educate our comBoth Guicho’s and Los Golondrina’s will remain within the center after the re- munity of the dangers. For example, in late August, model having signed lease extensions. San Clemente Police Services Sergeant Sgt. Douglas The architecture of the center will be significantly changed from a 1970 K. Ellithorpe provided a detailed presentation on dis“brutalist” architecture to a Spanish design with various towers and accent fea- tracted driving to the City Council at their televised tures that will enhance our community’s northern gateway from the I-5 freeway. council meeting. And, Mayor Pro Tempore Bob Baker If you have additional questions regarding the development, contact City hosted a City “Around Town” videotaped program on Project Planner Sean Nicholas at Nicholas@san-clemente.org. distracted driving and the serious and often deadly consequences. You can view this on the City website at www.san-clemente.org, the City Facebook page or the local government access channel (Cox channel 30 or 854). By improving our understanding of how mental and physical distractions impair drivers and by educating the public about avoiding distractions, we can eliminate these preventable deaths.

Avoid these distraction downfalls! Using cell phone ● Reading (including maps) Using a navigation system ● Texting Talking to passengers ● Watching videos Adjusting a radio, CD, or MP3 ● Grooming Eating & drinking Website: www.san-clemente.org │ CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE

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YOUR NEWS TREES ARE IMPORTANT TO A COMMUNITY'S WELL BEING: SAN CLEMENTE CONTINUES TO SUPPORT GROWTH, EVEN DURING HISTORIC DROUGHT "In San Clemente, we have planted almost 90% more (trees) than we remove."

Trees have tremendous value to our community. Far more than the aesthetic or shade value trees provide, they contribute to our environment by providing oxygen, improving air quality, preserving soil and supporting wildlife. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, “One acre of forest absorbs 6 tons of carbon-dioxide and puts out 4 tons of oxygen. This is enough to meet the needs of 18 people”. The City has a tree planting schedule that is managed by contractor Rod’s Tree Service, who also maintains the trees throughout San Clemente. Trees are removed for a cornucopia of reasons, mostly because they are dead, declining or hazardous. In San Clemente, we have planted almost 90% more than we remove. Since June 20, 2015, we have

planted 66 new trees throughout San Clemente. Listed below are the various trees that were planted by the City’s contractor, Rod’s Tree Service, over the past few months in local parks. For trees located in the street medians that are surrounded by grass, the City has found a way to ensure many of the 20-plus year old trees get water since the City turned the water off on the medians to try to conserve water. The City purchased thick green bags that are filled with 20 gallons of recycled water (pictured below) and placed them around the trunks of trees along street medians to help conserve water, meet the State conservation rules that prohibit using potable water on the street medians and keep the trees alive. The bags, which cost $25 each, are reusable need to be refilled every two weeks.

SAN CLEMENTE'S NEWEST TREE ADDITIONS

Gator bags, installed on trees throughout the City, save water costs and labor costs compared to conventional water methods.

TALEGA PARK

Located at 179 Corte Cristianitos Planted on June 30, 2015 (18) Tristania (Tristania conferta) 24” box.

MIRA COSTA PARK

Located at 34001 Camino Mira Costa, July 1, 2015 Planted on July 1, 2015 (3) Tristania (Tristania conferta) 24” box (5) Cork Oak (Quercus suber) 24” box

VISTA HERMOSA SPORTS PARK

Located at 987 Avenida Vista Hermosa Planted on July 1, 2015 (1) Costal Live Oak (Quercus agrifolia) 36” box.

SAN CLEMENTE LIBRARY

Located at 242 Avenida Del Mar Planted on July 16, 2015 (7) Western Rebud (Cercis occidentalis) 24” box Multi-stem (4) California Pepper (Schinus molle) 24” box Multi-stem (4) California Pepper (Schinus molle) 24” box Standard (2) Strawberry Tree (Arbutus marina) 24” box Standard (1) Strawberry Tree (Arbutus marina) 24” box Multi-stem (1) Strawberry Tree (Arbutus unedo) 24” box Multi-stem

VISTA HERMOSA SPORTS PARK

Located at 987 Avenida Vista Hermosa (behind baseball fields) Planted on August 31, 2015 (10) Sycamore (Platanus racemosa) 24” box.

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WINTER 2015/16 SAVING SAN CLEMENTE HOSPITAL E.R.

City officials & local assembly members head to Sacramento Mayor Chris Hamm and Mayor pro Tempore Bob Baker, along with Assembly Member Bill Brough (R-Dana Point) and Senator Patricia Bates (R-Laguna Niguel) briefed a legislative delegation from Sacramento on Monday on the need for legislation to save San Clemente Hospital’s Emergency Room. The tour and briefing was designed to show the delegation the importance of preserving emergency care services in South Orange County and in San Clemente in particular. Earlier this year Assembly Member Brough authored Assembly Bill 911 and Senator Bates authored Senate Bill 787 to allow for a satellite emergency room. The Assembly and Senate Health Committees heard both bills in April but postponed action for further study. The San Clemente Hospital has served South Orange County for more than 40 years and is the only emergency care facility in San Clemente and neighboring communities. At the briefing, Mayor Hamm said, “Without an Emergency Room, patients will not get the necessary medical care needed; this will change medical outcomes for the worse.” The San Clemente ER sees 15,000 patients annually and it is the only ER between Oceanside and Mission Viejo. Without and Emergency Room in San Clemente there will

be a 40 mile stretch without an Emergency Room. Travel times from south San Clemente to Mission Hospital can exceed 30 plus minutes. Mayor Pro Tempore Baker added, “Without legislative relief, the residents and visitors to San Clemente will not have timely access to emergency medical care. We urge the Legislature and the Governor to enact this legislation next year.” The San Clemente City Council has registered its two main concerns with the State Legislature on the potential loss of the emergency room: a) financial impact; and, b) health impact. Specifically, the council noted that fiscally, the City's public safety costs would increase, thus costing the taxpayers more as local paramedics would have to deploy out of town onto the already congested I-5 freeway on all 911 calls, making ambulances and their firefighter operators less available in town. The City Council continues, as for the health impacts, these would be critical to those in need should the ED close as it currently treats 15,000 ED patients per year and admits over 4,000 patients per year. Also in support is the Orange County Fire Authority (OCFA) which noted they have reviewed call data for the two emergency transport units

in San Clemente. They state in 2014 there were 1,701 total transports of which 1,217 (72%) were transported to SMMC. OCFA contends that without an emergency room at this facility the OCFA would be required to transport patients to hospitals further away and possibly delaying treatment. Save Saddleback San Clemente Hospital is coalition of concerned citizens' in San Clemente supporting legislation. They note they are effectively a peninsula, with Camp Pendleton to the south, protected forest to the east, the ocean to the west, and only one road north, 1-5, with which to access emergency services. They also point out that an I-5 widening project has just started closing shoulders and ramps intermittently and that this project will last three years, potentially increasing transport times. Saddleback Memorial Care is in support of the proposed legislation because they desire to continue to serve the community's EMS needs, including continuing to receive paramedic traffic and seeing all emergent patients without regard for their ability to pay. In addition to the above supporters, the Dana Point City Council and several individuals are also supporters. The Legislature is now in recess and reconvenes in January 2016.

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C OASTA L C LE A N UP DAY WAS A HUGE SUCCESS

hank you to all the volunteers who helped clean San Clemente’s beaches on Coastal Cleanup Day! On September 19th over 300 volunteers combed the sand for trash and recyclables. Over 4 miles of coastline was cleaned from Trestles beach to Poche beach. In total 485 pounds of debris was collected. Some of the debris was left by beachgoers and some was a result of recent storms flushing trash from local neighborhoods to the beach via the storm drain system. With heavy storms anticipated this winter season, clean properties and curbs mean less trash washing onto our beaches. Residents can do their part by keeping outside trash lids closed when not in use and keeping cans on the sidewalk and not in the curb on collection days when it’s raining. Please remember our homes are only a short distance to our local beaches. Volunteers of local beach cleanups have been challenged to pick up trash while minimizing their use of single use disposable plastic. The solution has been empty sand bag cases. A few years ago the San Clemente Watershed Task Force and Adopt-a-Beach program decided to try using reusable empty sand bags loaned by the City instead of disposable trash bags. This has been a huge success. After the sand bag cases are used for the beach cleanups they are emptied and filled with sand. The City of San Clemente offers 25 free sandbags per year to residents to use to protect property during rain events. For more information visit san-clemente.org. Website: www.san-clemente.org │ CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE

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YOUR NEWS Celebrates Two Years of Trail Hikers & Adventure Seekers Since its establishment on December 3, 2013, the San Clemente Summit has been explored and enjoyed by residents and visitors from coast to coast, and around the world. At the summit is a sitting bench and a mailbox with a journal inside for visitors to share their Summit experience. Below is a small sample of comments left by hikers who have conquered San Clemente’s highest point. • “We made it to the top and the Alex & Chiara adventure continues….” • “Saw my first roadrunner!” – Mike, San Clemente • “Beautiful hike, lovely way to spend time with family” – Diana, Washington • “You can see everything from here. This is cool, Love Josie (I’m 9 years)” - Josie, San Clemente • “Gorgeous, visiting San Clemente from Blackpool, England with 6 months of rain” – Johnpaul, England • “62nd birthday – spectacular views, rattlers and all – Be Amazed” Ken, San Clemente • “Awesome place, drove 3,000+ miles cross country from Maryland and made San Clemente my first stop before continuing my journey North” – Joe, Maryland Haven’t experienced the Summit yet? Make it a goal to reach San Clemente’s Highest Point at 1,008 elevation this winter season. The Summit is located on the northern portion of the Cristianitos Trail up from the trail access point at Avenida Talega. To reach the Summit: • Park at the terminus of Avenida Talega. • Walk inland, to where the pavement stops. • Follow summit signs to the left. All hikers should take note of the following important details before venturing out on the summit hike: • The trail is nearly 3-miles, round trip and steep in places. • Wear a hat, sunscreen, comfortable shoes, and bring water. A new journal has been left for more commentary, please share your personal experience with the San Clemente community. Happy Trails!

Did you know San Clemente offers 7 beautiful trails - that's over 25 miles, featuring scenic views and peaceful surroundings. Explore all the trail options by turning to page 36 of this magazine. You can also visit the city's website for photos, trail maps, and trail updates.

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Triton Corner Connecting City News to Triton News! Winter brings league champion, Men's Basketball back to the court and a Sadie Hawkins dance to the dance floor

Daniel Klevit | Senior, Class of 2016 As the winter season falls upon the Tritons, Men's Basketball will soon take over the campus after last year's league championship winning team. Favored to win league again this year, the team proved highly successful over their summer tournaments in San Diego. Both Wrestling and Women’s Soccer will be fighting for league championships as well. Wintertime on campus is also a vital month for the arts. The top mixed choir, Madrigals, travels to various events and performs nearly every day for local business singing Christmas music. To end the semester the choral program combines with band and orchestra for one large concert called the Winter Extravaganza, where the two programs showcase their skills together. Near the end of January, the traditional dance, called Winter Formal, takes place. Students from each grade go through a nomination and voting process in hopes of becoming their grades King or Queen. In a Sadie Hawkins format, students have the tradition of girls asking boys to this dance.

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WINTER 2015/16 STAY CONNECTED WITH YOUR CITY Social Media: Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter The City of San Clemente posts information through Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter about special activities and events, upcoming programs, city services, and city issues and news can all be found on City of San Clemente social media. AlertOC Emergency Notification System called AlertOC allows you to receive direct timely notifications in case of an emergency. Sign-up at www.sanclemente.org and select the AlertOC icon on the home page. San Clemente YouTube The City of San Clemente has a YouTube channel where you can view city videos, including City Council and Planning Commission meetings, the City’s “Around Town” series featuring topics of community interest, public service announcements, and more. City of San Clemente Website Many services offered by the City of San Clemente can be found online. On the City of San Clemente website, you can register for a recreation program, pay a bill, report graffiti or a code complaint, watch City Council meetings live, receive information about permits and business licenses, download meeting agendas and minutes, and so much more! Beach Camera, Surf & Weather Mobile App A convenient way to check live surf and weather information as well as the beach camera from your mobile device is available on the Beach Camera, Surf & Weather Mobile App. To access any of these features, visit www. san-clemente.org and click on the icons located on the homepage. Facebook/ CityofSanClementeGovernment Instagram/ @CityofSanClemente Twitter/ @CityofSanClemente AlertOC/ cityofsanclemente.bbcportal.com YouTube/ CityofSanClemente Website/ san-clemente.org

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

CASA WELLNESS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 18, 7:00 PM

Holiday Succulent Wreath Making Hands-on wreath making with Casa Garden Director, Lisa Chmura. FEE: $35 (includes all materials)

CASA UP CLOSE NOVEMBER 19

Douglas & Mark Kirkland, Photographer & Filmmaker Father and son creative duo will be at Casa Romantica to present on their work in photography and film. ADMISSION: $12

CHRISTMAS AT THE CASA DECEMBER 5, 2015, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Annual Holiday Open House featuring a festive decorations, live music, choral groups, Santa, a talking tree, kids crafts, and refreshments. In partnership with the City of San Clemente, Santa’s Village by the Sea. FREE to the public.

MEMBER NIGHTS AT THE CASA JANUARY 15, 2016, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

This special evening provides Casa members exclusive access to the Casa on select evenings throughout the year to enjoy music, current gallery exhibitions and stunning sunsets over the Pacific. Free for Casa Romantica Members.

CASA CLASSIC JANUARY 28, 2016, 7:00 PM

Ramon Negron Baroque String Quartet Ramón, a musician since age 9, is currently an adjunct faculty member of viola and chamber music at the University of San Diego, and conductor of the newly formed Kensington Baroque Orchestra. ADMISSION: $25

CASA COMEDY JANUARY 22, 2016, 7:00 - 8:30 PM

Upright Citizen's Brigade Enjoy this renowned improvisation and sketch comedy group. Notable alumni include Amy Poehler (co-founder), Ed Helms, Aziz Ansari and Bobby Moynihan. ADMISSION: $25

OPEN CASA GALLERY OPENING FEBRUARY 2, 2016, 6:00 PM EXHIBITION FEBRUARY 2 - APRIL 17, 2016

E. Gene Crain California Watercolor Collection Mr. Crain has amassed a collection of remarkable quality and focus, centering on watercolors of the Southern California landscape. DAILY GENERAL ADMISSION: $5 or Free with Annual Membership For tickets or information, please visit www.casaromantica.org.

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Instructor Spotlight Eric Martin & Benito Olamendi : Lucid Surf

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ric Martin and Benito Olamendi grew up surfing in San Clemente. Eric Martin learned how to surf at T-Street and later became a California State Parks Lifeguard where for the past 9-years has guarded San Clemente’s coastline ensuring the safety of all beach patrons. Benito Olamendi also learned to surf at T-Street and has dedicated the past 11-years to teaching individuals how to surf through multiple surf organizations in Dana Point and San Clemente. Understanding the way the ocean works and the importance of ocean safety and awareness, Eric Martin and Benito Olamendi founded Lucid Surf Foundation. Lucid Surf Foundation is a nonprofit

organization dedicated to teaching disadvantaged youth in the community about ocean safety, ocean awareness and how to surf. Through private, semi-private, group lessons and camps, Lucid Surf Foundation raises money to fund community outreach programs. With a direct approach to surfing through fitness and personal well being, Lucid Surf Foundation offers beginning to advanced surf instruction, training techniques, professional coaches and a total fitness program designed to help individuals reach their surfing potential. Lucid staff is made up of lifeguards, accomplished waterman and lifelong surfing enthusiasts who have devoted countless hours to perfecting their surfing and coaching skills. Lucid Surf offers private lessons year round and camps in the spring and summer. Register for your surf lesson today! Explore Lucid Surf programs on page 23.

Lifeguard Corner EMPLOYEE SPOTLIGHT & OCEAN SAFETY TIPS These winter ocean safety tips are brought to you by Marine Safety Officer Blake Anderson. Blake has proudly served the City of San Clemente as an ocean lifeguard for 17 seasons. Blake’s primary responsibilities include overseeing daily operations, purchasing emergency equipment, maintenance of lifeguard towers, and continued training of seasonal staff – all in an effort to help ensure each visitor to San Clemente’s beaches has a safe and enjoyable day.

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inter at the beach is one of the most enjoyable times of the year in San Clemente. The air temperature rarely drops below 50 degrees during the day and can get as warm as 80 degrees – even in January! An increase in rain is predicted this season which will leave clean, fresh air and breathtaking views of Catalina. Northern storms

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send San Clemente consistent surf enjoyed by locals and weekend warriors alike. If you plan a winter beach day, Blake would like to offer the following beach safety tips: • Lifeguard staff is very limited – two to three lifeguards are staffed throughout the day from 8am to sunset. • Stay within your own limits and always swim or surf with a buddy. • Check on conditions – if you are unsure of the conditions, check with a lifeguard. The pier tower is staffed 365 days a year and uses a flag system to warn the public of the current ocean conditions. Green means generally safe conditions; Yellow means to use caution; and Red means dangerous conditions. You can also call the surf tape at (949) 492-1011/1012 or check the beach report at the city website: www.san-clemente.org • Substantial rainfall could mean polluted waters – beachgoers should use caution when going in the water within 72 hours of substantial rainfall due to runoff. Lifeguards will fly a yellow flag, advise on

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the surf tape and web beach report as a warning. • If you find yourself in a rip current, stay calm. Swim parallel to the beach in the direction of the current until you are out and then swim to shore. • Wear a wetsuit – the water temperature ranges from low to mid 50’s on average and can cause hypothermia. • Wear the proper sun protection – the sun is always a threat no matter the season. Sunscreen and hats are always recommended. • Dogs are permitted to be walked on the beach trail, but are prohibited on the beach and pier. Please clean-up after your pet. • If you plan on visiting a beach outside of San Clemente City, please contact their local lifeguard agency regarding lifeguard services and special considerations. • In an emergency dial 911. For all other calls regarding San Clemente City Beaches, you can reach lifeguards at (949) 361-8219.


Community Center

Sponsored by the San Clemente Jr. Women’s Club, this gift program benefits local children, adults and seniors in need this holiday season. Open your hearts and wallets this holiday season, come on down to the Community Center and pick up an Angel Tree Tag. Tags will be available on a first come, first served basis, while supplies last beginning on December 1st. Each tag lists the age, gender and a gift idea. Gifts should be wrapped and returned with the original tag to the Community Center by December 11th.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25 FAM Thanksgiving Dinner & Adopt-A-Family Event 5:00 - 7:00 pm Community Center

Would you like to make a difference for someone in need this holiday season? For Thanksgiving, supply a turkey and all the fixings. For Christmas, provide gifts for the children of a local family. Stop by FAM's office (1030 Calle Negocio) to sign up and donate and participate in these holiday programs. For more information: www.family-assistance.org.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Putting on the Glitz

2:00 - 5:00 pm, Community Center 5:30 - 7:30 pm, Casa Romantica

5:00 - 9:00 pm Avenida Del Mar

Join in the holiday fun! Come on down to the Community Center at 2:00 pm for cookie decorating in Mrs. Claus Bakery, snack on popcorn while watching “Arthur Christmas”, have fun playing games, and sled down the snow hill, sponsored by the Friends of San Clemente. Visit with Santa (bring your camera) and then at 5:15 pm help light the Community Tree with the Mayor. Immediately following the lighting, stroll down the lane to Casa Romantica (more information on page 7). Celebrate the spirit of the season with your family at Casa Romantica. The Casa is even more magical when adorned for the holidays with splendid decorations that sparkle and glow. Enjoy music that will warm your heart, a visit with Santa, crafts for kids, hot cocoa, cookies and much more! For more information, contact the Recreation Office at (949) 361-8264 or Casa Romantica at (949) 498-2139.

Letters to

Santa Send Santa your letter and he will write you back! Mail your letter along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Santa Letters c/o San Clemente Recreation Division 100 North Calle Seville San Clemente, CA 92672 Letters need to be received by December 11. Register: san-clemente.org/recreation │ CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE

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The Downtown Business Association will be “Puttin’ on the Glitz” down Del Mar Street. Enjoy an evening of shopping, dining and local entertainment including a visit with Santa Claus, holiday carolers, roasted chestnuts, and many more holiday treats. This event is truly one of San Clemente’s finest. It’s an opportunity to experience “village character” and reconnect with neighbors and friends. Don't miss Santa arriving at 5pm down Del Mar. For more information call (949) 218-5378 or visit www.villagesanclemente.org.

Ho Ho Ho

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5 Santa’s Village by the Sea

SPECIAL EVENTS

MONDAY, DECEMBER 1 Angel Tree Gift Exchange

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AQUATICS

LEARN TO SWIM INFO SAN CLEMENTE AQUATICS CENTER 987 Avenida Vista Hermosa (949) 429-8797

FACILITY CLOSURES

Saturday, December 19, 2015 - Friday, January 1, 2016

PUBLIC LAP SWIM (14 years-Adult)

Kickboards and pull bouys are available for public use on site. Goggles are strongly recommended. Lap swimmers need to circle swim during peak swimming times (Monday-Friday 3:30-7:00pm).

Monday-Thursday: 5:30am-8:00pm* *50m long course only: Tues./Thurs. 5:30am-10:00am Friday: 5:30am-6:00pm Saturday: 9:00am-4:00pm Sunday: 12:00pm-4:00pm RECREATION SWIM (All Ages)

Children under 8 years of age must be accompanied by an adult at all times in the water, at arm’s reach. Infants and children who are not potty trained must wear plastic pants with elastic around the waist and legs at all times. No food, drinks, or flotation devices allowed in the water.

Monday-Friday: 1:00pm-3:00pm Saturday & Sunday: 12:00pm-4:00pm

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SWIM PASSPORTS

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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 Aquatics Center on Fridays between 4:00pm-5:00pm to have your child evaluated. PARENT & CHILD (6 months- 5 years/parent in water) little or no prior aquatic experience. This class does not teach children to be proficient swimmers. Infants/children under age 3 must wear plastic pants with elastic around the legs at all times. (Ratio: 10:1)

HOURS OF OPERATION

Swim passports can be used for lap swimming and recreation swim. Passports can only be purchased at the San Clemente Aquatics Center. All passports are nonrefundable/non-transferable and void if lost or stolen. Resident & Active Military

All students will be tested on the 1st day of class to ensure correct level placement. Aquatics staff reserve the right to move students to the most developmentally appropriate swim level.

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 Youth/Senior

$75

$150

Adult (18-59yrs)

$100

$200

MONTH PASS Valid 30 days from issue Youth/Senior

$40

$55

Adult (18-59yrs)

$55

$70

Youth/Senior

$2

$6

Adult (18-59yrs)

$4

$8

DAILY PASS

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STARFISH (3-5 years: Preschool Aquatics) Without parent; little or no prior aquatic experience; skills include bubbles, bobbing, floating, kicking and basic beginner stroke on front and back with assistance. (Ratio: 6:1) SEAHORSE (American Red Cross: Stroke Readiness l) Without parent; little or no prior aquatic experience; skills include bubbles, bobbing, floating, kicking and basic beginner stroke on front and back; working to swim without assistance. (Ratio: 6:1) OTTER (American Red Cross: Stroke Readiness ll) Prerequisite: Can complete the following WITHOUT assistance: combined front stroke the width of pool, kicking & finning on back the width of pool. Skills to be learned: front crawl with side breathing 15 yards, back crawl width of pool, introductory level elementary backstroke kick and introductory level dolphin kick width of pool. (Ratio: 6:1) SEAL (American Red Cross: Stroke Development) Prerequisite: Can complete the following WITHOUT assistance: front crawl with side breathing 15 yards, back crawl width of pool, introductory level elementary backstroke kick and dolphin kick width of pool. Skills to be learned: swim 15 yards of the following- front crawl, back crawl, butterfly and elementary backstroke, demonstrate breaststroke kick width of pool, demonstrate scissor kick width of pool on right and left side. (Ratio: 8:1) STINGRAY (American Red Cross: Stroke Refinement) Prerequisite: can complete the following WITHOUT assistance: swim 15 yards of front crawl, back crawl, butterfly & elementary backstroke, demonstrate breaststroke kick width of pool, demonstrate scissor kick width of pool on right and left sides. Skills to be learned: swim 25 yards of front crawl and elementary backstroke, swim 15 yards of breaststroke, side stroke on left and right sides. (Ratio: 8:1) DOLPHIN (American Red Cross: Proficiency) Prerequisite: Can complete the following WITHOUT assistance: swim 25 yards of front crawl, elementary backstroke, swim 15 yards of breaststroke & sidestroke on right and left side. Skills to be learned: swim 50 yards of front crawl & elementary backstroke, swim 25 yards of backstroke & breaststroke, complete competitive style front and back flip turns, open turns, shallow- angle competitive dive. (Ratio: 8:1)


All swim lessons listed are offered at the San Clemente Aquatics Center. When attending a swim class, please abide by the following guidelines: • Participants must arrive at least 10 minutes prior class. • Children who are not potty trained must wear plastic pants. • Please take your child to the restroom prior to class start. • All classes require a minimum of 3 participants enrolled. SESSION DAY DATE FEE M/W Nov 30-Dec 16 $45/6 classes #1 T/Th Dec 1-Dec 17 $45/6 classes M/W* Jan 4-Jan 27 $45/7 classes #2 T/Th Jan 5-Jan 28 $50/8 classes Sa Jan 9-Feb 27 $50/8 classes M/W* Feb 1-Feb 24 $45/7 classes #3 Tu/Th Feb 2-Feb 25 $50/8 classes *No class January 18 and February 15. DAY

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•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.

YOUTH TENNIS CLASSES 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. The intent is to provide basic skills and understanding of the sport in a recreational format. 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. This is a non-competitive co-ed program. Instructor: Certified City Aquatics Staff DAY DATE Sa Jan 9-Feb 27

TIME FEE 10:30am-11:30am $70

BARCODE 47554

Get Fit

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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PARENT & CHILD (6 months-5 years/parent in water) M/W 4:30pm-4:55pm —--—--47411 T/Th 4:30pm-4:55pm —--47409 —--Sa 10:30am-10:55am —--47410 —--STARFISH (3-5 years) Little or no prior swim experience M/W 3:30pm-3:55pm 47513 47517 47522 M/W 4:00pm-4:25pm 47514 —--47523 M/W 4:30pm-4:55pm —--47518 —--T/Th 3:30pm-3:55pm 47515 47519 —--T/Th 4:00pm-4:25pm 47516 —--—--T/Th 4:30pm-4:55pm —--47520 47524 Sa 11:00am-11:25am —--47521 —--SEA HORSE (6 years & older) Little or no prior swim experience M/W 3:30pm-3:55pm 47536 47542 47548 M/W 4:00pm-4:25pm 47537 47543 47549 M/W 4:30pm-4:55pm 47538 45744 47550 T/Th 3:30pm-3:55pm 47539 47545 47551 T/Th 4:00pm-4:25pm 47540 47546 47552 T/Th 4:30pm-4:55pm 47541 —--47553 Sa 11:30am-11:55am —--47547 —--OTTER Swim length of pool without assistance. M/W 3:30pm-3:55pm —--47441 47445 M/W 4:00pm-4:25pm 47438 47442 —--M/W 4:30pm-4:55pm —--—--47446 T/Th 3:30pm-3:55pm 47439 47443 47447 T/Th 4:00pm-4:25pm 47440 47444 47448 SEAL Backstroke & side breathing. M/W 3:30pm-3:55pm 47451 —--—--M/W 4:00pm-4:25pm —--47454 —--M/W 4:30pm-4:55pm 47452 —--—--T/Th 3:30pm-3:55pm —--—--47456 T/Th 4:00pm-4:25pm 47453 47455 47457 STINGRAY Backstroke & breaststroke kick width of pool M/W 4:00pm-4:25pm —--—--47462 M/W 4:30pm-4:55pm —--47461 —--T/Th 4:30pm-4:55pm 47460 —--—--DOLPHIN Proficient in Stingray. M/W 4:30pm-5:55pm 47465 —--—--T/Th 4:00pm-4:25pm —--47466 47457

Winter semi-private lessons begin January 8 and run through February 27. 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 Fee: $70/swimmer or $140/2 swimmers

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Semi-Private Swim Lessons All Ages

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AQUATICS

K.I.S.S. Private Swim Lessons 3 years+

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. Registration is on a first come first serve basis. Sign up for one time slot per session (30-minute lessons are not permitted). No registration after first day. No make-ups. No class January 18 and February 15. For a complete listing of barcodes by timeslot and to register for a lesson, visit our online registration. Instructor: Kayne & K.I.S.S. Staff Fee: $15/15 minutes Days: Monday/Wednesday OR Tuesday/Thursday Times: 9:00am-12:15pm / 3:15pm-6:15pm (every 15 min.) Session I: Dec 1-Dec 17 Session II: Jan 4-Jan 28 Session III: Feb 1-Feb 25

rentals Host your party at the San Clemente Aquatics Center! YOUR PARTY RENTAL WILL INCLUDE: Entry for 25 participants 4-hours of pooltime Reserved cabana with table & chairs Questions? Call us at (949) 429-8797

ADULT PROGRAMS

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K.I.S.S. Stroke & Conditioning 5-15 years

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Prerequisite: Swimmer must have the ability to swim one lap of freestyle and one lap of backstroke. Kayne’s Instructional Swim School (K.I.S.S.) is a non-competitive 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. No class January 18 and February 15. Instructor: Kayne & K.I.S.S. Staff Junior: 5-8 years DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M/W Dec 2-Dec 16 3:30pm-4:00pm $50 47190 T/Th Dec 1-Dec 17 3:30pm-4:00pm $60 47193 M/W Jan 4-Jan 27 3:30pm-4:00pm $70 47191 T/Th Jan 5-Jan 28 3:30pm-4:00pm $80 47194 M/W Feb 3-Feb 29 3:30pm-4:00pm $80 47192 T/Th Feb 9-Mar 3 3:30pm-4:00pm $80 47195 Beginner: 8-10 years DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M/W Dec 2-Dec 16 3:30pm-4:00pm $50 47184 T/Th Dec 1-Dec 17 3:30pm-4:00pm $60 47187 M/W Jan 4-Jan 27 3:30pm-4:00pm $70 47185 T/Th Jan 5-Jan 28 3:30pm-4:00pm $80 47188 M/W Feb 1-Feb 29 3:30pm-4:00pm $80 47186 T/Th Feb 2-Feb 25 3:30pm-4:00pm $80 47189 Intermediate: 8-12 years DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M/W Dec 2-Dec 16 4:00pm-4:30pm $50 47202 T/Th Dec 1-Dec 17 4:00pm-4:30pm $60 47203 M/W Jan 4-Jan 27 4:00pm-4:30pm $70 47204 T/Th Jan 5-Jan 28 4:00pm-4:30pm $80 47205 M/W Feb 1-Feb 24 4:00pm-4:30pm $80 47206 T/Th Feb 2-Feb 25 4:00pm-4:30pm $80 47207 Advanced: 8-18 years DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M-Th Dec 1-Dec 17 4:30pm-5:15pm $88 47210 M-Th Jan 4-Jan 28 4:30pm-5:15pm $120 47211 M-Th Feb 1-Feb 25 4:30pm-5:15pm $128 47212

Aqua Zumba®

Just add water, and shake! Splash your way into shape with the invigorating low-impact, high energy pool party. Easy on your joints, great way to relieve stress, while strengthening and toning your muscles. Get wet. Get down. Get fit. For the ultimate body transformation, join us 3 days a week (Tues/ Thurs class, 8:00-9:00am; Saturday class, 9:15-10:15am)! Drop-in fee is $15. No class December 19-January 1. Instructor: Nicole Slodkoski (NSCA-CPT) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE T/Th Dec 1-Dec 17 8:00am-9:00am $66 47385 T/Th/Sa Dec 1-Dec 17 Ultimate Pack $72 47387 Sa Dec 5-Dec 12 9:15am-10:15am $22 47386 T/Th Jan 5-Jan 28 8:00am-9:00am $88 47389 T/Th/Sa Jan 5-Jan 28 Ultimate Pack $99 47391 Sa Jan 9-Jan 23 9:15am-10:15am $33 47390 T/Th Feb 2-Feb 25 8:00am-9:00am $88 47392 T/Th/Sa Feb 2-Feb 27 Ultimate Pack $108 47394 Sa Feb 6 - Feb 27 9:15am-10:15am $44 47393

Bokwa H2O

"Sweat the Alphabet and Dance the Digits!" - A NEW approach to Aquatic Fitness spreading across the globe. Move to today's most popular music, drawing letters and numbers with your feet in the pool. Join us for a FUN & ENERGIZING workout appropriate for everyone! Note: there is no NE W drop-in option for this class. ! Instructor: Nicole Slodkoski (NSCA-CPT) DAY M/W M/W M/W

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DATE Nov 30-Dec 16 Jan 4-Jan 27 Feb 3-Feb 29

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

FEE BARCODE $66 47626 $88 47628 $88 47629


AQUATICS

Water Aerobics

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 Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center Fee: First session $60/hour; all sessions after are $55/hour

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 December 19-January 1, January 18, and February 15. Instructor: Certified City Aquatics Staff DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M/W/F Dec 9:30am-10:15am $30 47154 M/W/F Dec 10:30am-11:15am $30 47155 T/Th Dec 9:15am-10:15am $25 47156 M/W/F Jan 9:30am-10:15am $40 47150 M/W/F Jan 10:30am-11:15am $40 47151 T/Th Jan 9:15am-10:15am $35 47152 M/W/F Feb 9:30am-10:15am $40 47157 M/W/F Feb 10:30am-11:15am $40 47158 T/Th Feb 9:15am-10:15am $35 47159

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 and flotation belts are available for purchase from the instructor. Drop-in is $8. No class December 19-January 1. Instructor: Debra Thurn’s Aqua Therapy & Fitness DAY T/Th T/Th T/Th

DATE December January February

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

FEE $25 $50 $50

BARCODE 47169 47170 47141

DEEP WATER AEROBICS DAY DATE TIME M/W/F Dec 10:30am-11:15am M/W/F Jan 10:30am-11:15am M/W/F Feb 10:30am-11:15am

FEE $30 $35 $40

BARCODE 47160 47161 47162

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. No class December 19-January 1, January 18, and February 15. Instructor: Certified City Aquatics Staff DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M/W/F December 11:30am-12:30pm $30 47172 M/W/F January 11:30am-12:30pm $40 47173 M/W/F February 11:30am-12:30pm $40 47174 Register: san-clemente.org/recreation │ CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE

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Master's Swim Programs

San Clemente Aquatics Center

If you’re interested in a career as a lifeguard or swim instructor, look no further than the San Clemente Aquatics Center. Apply online today: www.san-clemente.org/jobs Need your certifications? Lifeguard Certification & Water Safety Instructor courses are available. Sign-up today!

Water Safety Instructor 16 years-Adult

Swim Like A Mother

DAY M W M W M W

DATE TIME Nov 30-Dec 14 10:00am-11:00am Dec 2-Dec 16 10:00am-11:00am Jan 4-Jan 25 10:00am-11:00am Jan 6-Jan 27 10:00am-11:00am Feb 1-Feb 22 10:00am-11:00am Feb 3-Feb 24 10:00am-11:00am

FEE $20 $20 $30 $40 $40 $40

BARCODE 47175 47176 47177 47178 47179 47180

Lifeguard Training Course 15 years-Adult

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Lifeguard or Instructor?

DAY TIME M/W/F 5:30am-7:00am T/Th 5:30am-7:00am (long course swim)

Be a swim-fit mama! This class introduces swimming technique, form and effective workouts in a positive and supportive environment designed specifically for women. Taught by an ASCA rated USA Swimming certified competitive swim coach and mom. Fins recommended. One time material fee of $5 for Swim Like A Mother latex cap. Drop-in fee: $10. No class on January 18 and February 15. Instructor: Andrea Mokler Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center

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Want to become a

Master’s of San Clemente Aquatics 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. Dropin fee is $5. No class on December 19-January 1, January 18, and February 15. NOTE: Master's 12:00pm-1:00pm will resume March 2016. Instructor: Sandy Kos & Alison Mitchell Fee: $55/month OR $135/3 months (Dec/Jan/Feb)

This course is designed to train lifeguard candidates in the skills and knowledge needed to prevent, recognize and respond to aquatic emergencies. Course includes certification in CPR for the Professional Rescuer, Lifeguard First Aid and Oxygen Administration. Prerequisites: Must be minimum 15 years of age on or before the final scheduled session of the course. Must be able to swim 300 yards continuously using a combination of the front crawl (freestyle) and breast strokes. Swim 20 yards, surface dive to 9 feet, retrieve a 10 lb. object, swim 20 yards with object and exit pool without assistance. Tread water for 2 minutes using legs only. Material Fee of $55 due on the first session of the course, payable to instructor. Instructor: Max Wilson Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center

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. Prerequisites: Must be minimum 16 years of age on or before the final scheduled session of the course. Demonstrate proficiency in the basic swim strokes used in the LearnTo-Swim program. Must complete the requisite pre-course Instructor registration process with the American Red Cross Learning Center before starting date of course. An e-mail will be sent to Instructor Candidates with instructions upon enrollment. Material Fee of $55 due on the first session of the course, payable to instructor. Instructor: Max Wilson Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE F Dec 4 4:00pm-8:00pm $200 47199 Sa/Su Dec 5-6 9:00am-5:00pm F Feb 12 4:00pm-8:00pm $200 47201 Sa/Su Feb 13-14 9:00am-5:00pm

Lifeguard Instructor Course 17 years-Adult

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. Prerequisites: Must complete the requisite pre-course online training component through the Red Cross Learning Center before starting date of course. An email will be sent to Instructor Candidates with instructions upon enrollment. Must be minimum 17 years of age on or before the final scheduled session of the course. Demonstrate competency DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE in the pre-course Lifeguard skills evaluation. Material Fee F Jan 22, 29 4:00pm-8:00pm $185 47197 of $65 due on the first session of the course, payable to Sa/Su Jan 23-24, 30-31 9:00am-5:00pm instructor. Instructor: Max Wilson Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center Keep up with the latest city news & happenings by following DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE us on social media. Visit www.san-clemente.org for links. Fri-Su Feb 26-Feb 28 9:00am-5:00pm $200 47198

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This program is designed for the youngest hoopster to learn the game of basketball and have a great time with their peers! The lil’ dribblers will learn basic basketball fundamentals and develop their skill on the court. This class will use smaller equipment and stresses cooperative play and fun. Instructor: City Recreation Staff Site: Tierra Grande Park DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Sa Feb 20-Mar 12 9:30am-10:15am $40 47148

Fun time, game time, craft time... It’s PLAYSCHOOL! These programs are designed for your tiny tot and are packed full of thematic activities that initiate creativity, stimulate the imagination and encourage new friends. (Ages 3-5)

Playschool Kids Club

This kindergarten readiness program introduces a wellrounded curriculum of art, science, children’s literature, numbers, alphabet recognition and more. Activities promote sharing, listening, creativity and cognitive development through interactive play and recreation activities. Bring a healthy snack, water is provided. Children must be toilet trained. No class December 21-January 1, January 18, February 15. Instructor: City Recreation Staff NE TIM W Site: Tierra Grande Park ES! 3-Month MORNING Session DAY MONTH TIME FEE BARCODE M/W Dec/Jan/Feb 10:00am-12:00pm $200 47652 T/Th Dec/Jan/Feb 10:00am-12:00pm $200 47651 FEE $60 $60 $70 $80 $70 $80

3-Month AFTERNOON Session DAY MONTH TIME M/W Dec/Jan/Feb 1:00pm-3:00pm T/Th Dec/Jan/Feb 1:00pm-3:00pm

FEE BARCODE $200 47654 $220 47653

Single Month (AFTERNOON) DAY DATE TIME M/W Nov 30-Dec 16 1:00pm-3:00pm T/Th Dec 1-Dec 17 1:00pm-3:00pm M/W Jan 4-Jan 27 1:00pm-3:00pm T/Th Jan 5-Jan 28 1:00pm-3:00pm M/W Feb 1-Feb 24 1:00pm-3:00pm T/Th Feb 2-Feb 18 1:00pm-3:00pm

FEE $60 $60 $70 $80 $70 $80

Turf Time

BARCODE 47655 47656 47659 47660 47663 47664

BARCODE 47657 47658 47661 47662 47665 47666

Your toddler will become an all-star athlete with this sports variety program. Children will work on coordination and movement using soccer balls, footballs, tee ball, field hockey and more. Instructor: City Recreation Staff Site: Tierra Grande Park DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Sa Jan 16-Feb 6 9:30am-10:15am $40 47144 Tu Feb 16-Mar 8 9:00am-9:45am $40 47146

You better watch out, you better not pout...Playschool is decking its halls for a morning of holiday cheer and excitement. Santa's elves are in need of extra special help from your tiny tots putting crafts and games together! Children will sing holiday songs, enjoy special guest appearances from Santa's helpers, make gifts for family and friends, decorate holiday cookies, and many more marvelous activities! This event will be fully staffed with child supervision. Parents are welcome to stay and enjoy the event, but are not required. NE Instructor: City Recreation Staff TIM W E! Site: San Clemente Community Center DAY DATE F Dec 11

TIME 10:30am-12:30pm

FEE $15

BARCODE 47650

ART Paint, Paste & Pour 18 months-5 years

Watch your child explore and discover goop, flubber, dough, bubbles and more! New and exciting activities each week. An additional $20 for art materials is due at the first class meeting, payable to the instructor. Parent participation required! No class on February 11. Instructor: Paint, Paste & Pour Staff Site: Community Center Fee: $45/class DAY DATE TIME AGE BARCODE Th Jan 14-Feb 18 9:30am-10:15am 1½-3yr 44571 Th Jan 14-Feb 18 10:30am-11:15am 2-5yr 47405 Th Feb 25-Mar 24 9:30am-10:15am 1½-3yr 47572 Th Feb 25-Mar 24 10:30am-11:15am 2-5yr 47406

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Single Month (MORNING) DAY DATE TIME M/W Nov30-Dec 16 10:00am-12:00pm T/Th Dec 1-Dec 17 10:00am-12:00pm M/W Jan 4-Jan 27 10:00am-12:00pm T/Th Jan 5-Jan 28 10:00am-12:00pm M/W Feb 1-Feb 24 10:00am-12:00pm T/Th Feb 2-Feb 25 10:00am-12:00pm

Lil' Elves Workshop: Special Event!

EARLY CHILDHOOD

Half Pint Hoops

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Children’s Musical Dance Theatre 4-7 years

TENNIS DANCE KAREN LUCY’S SCHOOL OF DANCE

Please be advised that by registering for the winter session, you will be rolled over to the spring session, in addition to the dance recital in June. Students will begin to learn their recital routines in the winter. Registration and payment for spring will begin in mid-February. Please note, there are additional costs for participation in the dance recital. Site: Community Center

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Enchanting Fairies & Princess Ballet 2-5 years

Ballet & Tap Combo 3-6 years

A beginning combination class of ballet and tap, with emphasis on making each child feel special, using fun children’s music. Children will learn ballet and tap dances to perform for parents on the last day of class. Parents are encouraged to stay close by the studio. Instructor: Karen Lucy’s School of Dance Site: Community Center Fee: $90 DAY DATE TIME AGE BARCODE M Jan 4-Feb 8 10:00am-11:00am 3-4yr 44635* Tu Jan 5-Mar 22 10:00am-11:00am 3-4yr 44487 Tu Jan 5-Mar 22 11:00am-12:00pm 3-4yr 44488 W Jan 6-Mar 23 10:30am-11:30am 3-4yr 44489 W Jan 6-Mar 23 11:30am-12:30pm 3-4yr 44490 M Feb 15-Mar 21 10:00am-11:00am 3-4yr 44636* Tu Jan 5-Mar 22 2:00pm-3:00pm 4-6yr 44485 Sa Jan 9-Mar 26 8:30am-9:30am 5-7yr 44486 *Class held at the SC Aquatics Center, $60/6 classes

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Children will tell a story through song and dance by expressing emotion and stage confidence. Children will learn basic choreography and lyrics, play imaginative theater games, make a craft and perform for parents on the last day. Sneakers or dance shoes required. No class on January 18 and February 15. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jan 11-Mar 14 5:15pm-6:00pm $96 44506

Ballet builds self-esteem, grace, coordination, and flexibility and muscle strength. Correct ballet terminology will be taught with the emphasis on building confidence and self esteem. Dance is set to age appropriate, fun music with a warm, loving environment. Instructor: Karen Lucy’s School of Dance Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jan 5-Mar 22 3:10pm-4:00pm $90 44587 Sa Jan 9-Mar 26 9:30am-10:20am $90 44588

Dancers will learn the fundamentals of ballet with an element of fun and fantasy. Children use props, dress in colorful tutus, have fairytale storytime and make crafts (included in fee). Ballet shoes required. Parent participation required (2-4 years). No class January 18 and February 15. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Site: Community Center Fee: $96 DAY DATE TIME AGE BARCODE M Jan 11-Mar 14 10:50am-11:35am 2-4yr 47401 M Jan 11-Mar 14 4:25pm-5:10pm 3-5yr 44527

Elements of Ballet, Tap & Jazz 2-6 years

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. Parent participation recommended (2-4 years). No class January 18 and February 15. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME Fee BARCODE M Jan 11-Mar 14 9:00am-9:45am $89 47400 M Jan 11-Mar 14 3:30pm-4:15pm $89 44525

Registration begins November 11!

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 the last day. Ballet shoes required. No class on January 18 and February 15. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE M Jan 11-Mar 14 11:45am-12:30pm $89

BARCODE 47402

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Parent & Me All-in-One Dance 2-4 years 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. Parent participation required. Sneakers or dance shoes required. No class January 18 and February 15. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jan 11-Mar 14 9:55am-10:40am $89 44573

PRESCHOOL SWIMMING Water safety is critical for early childhood development and safety too! See page 11.


Early Literacy 4-5 years

A perfect class for children entering kindergarten, fall 2016. The ABCs are further explored with an emphasis on soundletter relationships through exciting children’s literature. Strong emphasis on phonemic awareness in the context of real and meaningful learning. Language games, simple songs, character dress-up, drawing, journaling, and pencil grip! You will be amazed at your child’s progress. Additional class online. Please go to clubliteracy.com for more detailed description. No class December 22-January 1. Instructor: Tracey Frank Pringle Site: Club Literacy (34085 PCH Suite 105, Dana Point) DAY Tu Th M Tu M Th Tu M Th

DATE Dec 1-Jan 5 Dec 3-Jan 14 Dec 7-Jan 11 Jan 12-Feb 2 Jan 18-Feb 8 Jan 21-Feb 11 Feb 9-Mar 1 Feb 22-Mar 28 Feb 25-Mar 31

NEW! Power Hour DAY DATE Tu Dec 1-Jan 5 Tu Jan 12-Feb 2 Tu Feb 9-Mar 1

TIME 11:00am-12:30pm 11:45am-1:15pm 12:30pm-2:00pm 11:00am-12:30pm 12:30pm-2:00pm 11:45am-1:15pm 11:00am-12:30pm 12:30pm-2:00pm 11:45am-1:15pm

FEE $133 $166 $133 $133 $133 $133 $133 $199 $199

BARCODE 47504 47512 47501 47505 47502 47527 47506 47503 47528

TIME 2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm

FEE $99 $99 $99

BARCODE 47508 47509 47510

K-Smart/Club Literacy 4-6 years

DAY Tu F M Tu M Tu M

DATE Dec 1-Jan 5 Dec 4-Jan 22 Dec 1-Jan 11 Jan 12-Feb 22 Jan 18-Feb 8 Feb 9-Mar 1 Feb 22-Mar 28

NEW! Power Hour DAY DATE W Dec 2-Jan 6 W Jan 13-Feb 3 W Feb 10-Mar 2

TIME 12:30pm-2:00pm 2:15pm-3:45pm 2:00pm-3:30pm 12:30pm-2:00pm 2:00pm-3:30pm 12:30pm-2:00pm 2:00pm-3:30pm

FEE $133 $199 $133 $133 $133 $133 $199

BARCODE 47491 47499 47488 47492 47489 47493 47490

TIME 2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm

FEE $99 $99 $99

BARCODE 47495 47496 47497

GYMNASTICS Parent & Tot Gymnastics 1-2 years This class consists of a gigantic floor obstacle course with small beams, bars, incline mats, tunnels, etc. In addition, participants are welcome to attend circle time in class with the sing-a-long songs, parachutes, balls, ribbons, and scarves. For safety purposes each child must have one caregiver participating in the class. Siblings are not allowed in the gym at any time or left unsupervised. Toddlers should wear formfitting clothing with elastic waist-bands or leotards for girls. Instructor: San Clemente Gymnastics Club Site: San Clemente Gymnastics (972 Calle Negocio) DAY M W F F Sa

DATE Jan 11-Feb 29 Jan 13-Mar 2 Jan 15-Mar 4 Jan 15-Mar 4 Jan 16-Mar 5

TIME 9:15am-9:55am 9:15am-9:55am 9:15am-9:55am 11:15am-11:55am 9:15am-9:55am

FEE $138 $138 $138 $138 $138

BARCODE 47719 47720 47721 47722 47723

MUSIC Music Together Newborn-5 years

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. Please bring $40 for materials to the first class. Instructor: Marek Johnson Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jan 11 9:00am-9:30am FREE 44564 Tu Jan 12 9:00am-9:30am FREE 44640* W Jan 13 10:00am-10:30am FREE 44565 M Jan 18-Mar 14 9:00am-9:45am $150 44559 Tu Jan 19-Mar 8 9:00am-9:45am $150 44639* W Jan 20-Mar 9 10:00am-10:45am $150 44560 Th Jan 21-Mar 10 10:00am-10:45am $150 44561 Sa Jan 23-Mar 12 10:00am-10:45am $150 44563 *Held at SC Aquatics Center

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Fun confidence-building learning class offers practice and exposure with reading readiness skills. Nurturing development of phonemic awareness and phonics skills is at the center of this class. Great contemporary literature. Writing is given special emphasis with tender encouragement. Pencil grips improve! Students complete adorable journals. Reading books for home! There is a 10% sibling discount, registration must be done in person. Please go to clubliteracy.com for a more detailed description. No class December 22-January 1. Instructor: Tracey Frank Pringle Site: Club Literacy (34085 PCH, Suite 105 Dana Point)

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. No class December 22 & 29. There is a discount for siblings. Instructor: Conversa Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Dec 8-Feb 2 3:45pm-4:40pm $115 44652 Tu Feb 9-Mar 22 3:45pm-4:40pm $115 44653

EARLY CHILDHOOD

Spanish for Preschoolers 3-5 years

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Tunes for Tots 1½-3 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 Jan 5-Feb 9 9:00am-9:45am $60 44598 Tu Feb 16-Mar 22 9:00am-9:45am $60 44599

RECREATION TENNIS Preschool-Fun Friday Nights 3-6 years

Preschoolers Night Out is an age appropriate, mini slumber party! Activities include: dinner, snacks, games, crafts, play and a movie! All activities are developmentally appropriate for children ages three to six. Come dressed in your pajamas and bring a blanket and something to snuggle NE W with. There is a $5 sibling discount. ! Instructor: The Gratitude Garden Preschool Staff Site: The Gratitude Garden Preschool (92 Ave. La Pata) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE F Dec 11 6:00pm-10:00pm $29 47711 F Jan 8 6:00pm-10:00pm $29 47712 F Feb 12 6:00pm-10:00pm $29 47713

MAKE IT A DATE NIGHT! Looking for evening options for older siblings? Explore Kidz Night Out! See page 22.

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SC Rookies Little Soccer Stars 3-5 years 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. No class January 18. Instructor: SC Rookies Staff Site: Vista Hermosa Sports Park (Lower Soccer Field) DAY DATE TIME FEE M Jan 4-Feb 8 10:30am-11:20am $65 M Feb 22-Mar 21 10:30am-11:20am $65

BARCODE 44629 44630

SC Rookies Tiny Tikes T-ball 3-5 years 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. No class January 18. Instructor: SC Rookies Staff Site: Visa Hermosa Sports Park (Lower Soccer Field) DAY DATE TIME FEE M Jan 4-Feb 5 11:30am-12:20pm $65 M Feb 22-Mar 21 11:30am-12:20pm $65

BARCODE 44631 44632

SC Rookies All Sorts of Sports 3-5 years 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. No class January 18. Instructor: SC Rookies Staff Site: Vista Hermosa Sports Park (Lower Soccer Field) DAY DATE TIME FEE M Jan 4-Feb 5 9:30am-10:20am $65 M Feb 22-Mar 21 9:30am-10:20am $65

BARCODE 44633 44634

Skyhawks HoopsterTots 3-6 years

Skyhawks SoccerTots - Cubs 3-4 years 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. Every child receives a Skyhawks T-shirt. Instructor: Skyhawks Staff Site: Liberty Park DAY DATE TIME AGE BARCODE Tu Jan 26-Mar 15 3:00pm-3:40pm $129 47428

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. Every child receives a Skyhawks T-shirt. Rainy days canceled to be rescheduled. Instructor: Skyhawks Staff Site: San Gorgonio Park Fee: $129 DAY DATE TIME AGE BARCODE Sa Jan 30-Mar 19 9:00am-9:40am 3-4yr 47430 Sa Jan 30-Mar 19 9:45am-10:25am 4-6yr 47431

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KAREN LUCY’S SCHOOL OF DANCE

Please be advised that by registering for the winter session, you will be rolled over to the spring session, in addition to the dance recital in June. Students will begin to learn their recital routines in the winter. Registration and payment for spring will begin in mid-February. Please note, there are additional costs for participation in the dance recital. Site: Community Center

Beginning Ballet 6-9 years Ballet builds self-esteem, grace, coordination, and flexibility and muscle strength. Correct ballet terminology will be taught with the emphasis on building confidence and self esteem. DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jan 5-Mar 22 4:00pm-5:00pm $90 44589

Drawing Club 7-14 years

These classes will improve drawing skills with easy steps and interesting subject matter. All students will learn to draw in perspective with shading, foreshortening and overlapping elements in a variety of dry mediums. Skill level of projects will be adjusted to each student’s ability. Projects are not repeated and re-enrollment is encouraged! For information on class visit: sandysartstudio.com. There is a $35 materials fee payable to the instructor at the first class. No class December 21 & 28, January 18, and February 15. Instructor: Sandy Reid Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Dec 7-Mar 21 4:15pm-5:15pm $185 44522

Paint like the Artist 5-15 years

Pee Wee Jazz I 5-7 years

Learn correct stretching, jazz steps, combinations and jump sets to fun, clean music. Our emphasis is on each student feeling special as they grow as a dancer. DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jan 6-Mar 23 3:30pm-4:20pm $90 44575

Pee Wee Jazz II 6-8 years

Pre-requisite: Pee Wee Jazz I or teacher approval. DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Th Jan 7-Mar 24 3:10pm-4:00pm $90 44574

Ballet/Tap 6-8 years

Learn basic tap skills, moving to combinations and dance routines. Come have fun while learning rhythm, grace and coordination. DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jan 6-Mar 23 4:30pm-5:30pm $90 47667

Hip Hop 9-13 years Dance to the beat of this Hip Hop classes designed to make your body move. Students will learn new dance moves and a routine to one of the latest, appropriate, hip hop music. All levels welcome. Instructor: Karen Lucy’s School of Dance Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE F Jan 8-Mar 25 5:30pm-6:30pm $90 44535

TENNIS DANCE Pop Star Sing & Dance 5-9 years

Participants learn choreography and lyrics to popular artists like Taylor Swift and Meghan Trainor. All dance choreography is jazz and hip hop based, fun and age-appropriate. Includes 1 craft. Sneakers or jazz shoes required. No class January 18 and February 15. Instructor: OC Dance Productions Site: Community Center FEE $96

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Let’s draw and paint like famous artist Pablo Picasso, Claude Monet, Katsushika Hocusai and many more. Students will learn the artists approach, style and interesting facts about their lives. We will work with paint, pastel, ink, and other materials on a variety of art surfaces. Drawing techniques and the elements of art and design are implemented to create a strong and lasting foundation in visual arts. A $45 material fee is due at the first class. No class December 21-31, January 18, and February 15. Instructor: Sandy Reid Site: Community Center Fee: $300 DAY DATE TIME AGES BARCODE M Dec 7-Mar 21 2:45pm-4:15pm 5-10yr 47703 Th Dec 10-Mar 10 5:00pm-6:30pm 7-15yr 47704

DAY DATE TIME M Jan 11-Mar 14 6:10pm-6:55pm

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Boys Gymnastics 4-8 years

First Grade Smart Start 6-8 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. Becoming stronger with writing techniques as we journal daily! Take-home reading books. Fun 1st grade topics! For more information visit clubliteracy.com. Additional classes are listed online. No class December 21-January 1. Instructor: Tracey Frank Pringle Site: Club Literacy (34085 PCH Suite 105, Dana Point)

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DATE Dec 1-Jan 5 Dec 1-Jan 5 Dec 3-Jan 14 Dec 7-Jan 11 Jan 12-Feb 2 Jan 12-Feb 2

TIME 3:30pm-5:00pm 1:15pm-2:45pm 1:30pm-3:00pm 4:00pm-5:30pm 3:30pm-5:00pm 1:15pm-2:45pm

FEE $133 $133 $166 $133 $133 $133

BARCODE 47473 47477 47485 47470 47474 47478

NEW! Power Hour DAY DATE Th Dec 3-Jan 7 Th Jan 14-Feb 4 Th Feb 11-Mar 3

TIME 3:15pm-4:15pm 3:15pm-4:15pm 3:15pm-4:15pm

FEE $123 $123 $123

BARCODE 47481 47482 47483

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 December 22-29. Instructor: Conversa Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Dec 8-Feb 2 4:45pm-5:45pm $115 44650 Tu Feb 9-Mar 22 4:45pm-5:45pm $115 44651

Try Spanish for Preschoolers! See page 14. Try Spanish for Teens & Adults! See page 29.

Introduction classes include beginning level skills for boys on vault, floor, bars, mushroom (training for the pommel horse), parallel blocks, and tumbletrak. SC Gymnastics follows the safe progressions of levels set by USA Gymnastics. Boys should wear a t-shirt with elastic waistband shorts. Instructor: San Clemente Gymnastics Club Site: San Clemente Gymnastics (972 Calle Negocio) Fee: $138 DAY DATE TIME AGE BARCODE M Jan 11-Feb 29 3:00pm-4:00pm 4-5yr 47577 Th Jan 14-Mar 3 2:30pm-3:30pm 4-5yr 47579 F Jan 15-Mar 4 3:00pm-4:00pm 4-5yr 47725 Tu Jan 12-Mar 1 2:30pm-3:30pm 6-8yr 47726 Th Jan 14-Mar 3 3:45pm-4:45pm 6-8yr 47728

Gymnastics 3-11 years

Students are introduced to skills on the bars, beam, vault, floor and tumbletrak. The curriculum is set by USA Gymnastics. Girls must wear a leotard and boys wear a t-shirt & M class oore elastics pants. p onlinetions Instructor: San Clemente Gymnastics Club ! Site: San Clemente Gymnastics (972 Calle Negocio) Fee: $138 DAY M M Tu M M M M M Tu Tu W Th

DATE TIME Jan 11-Feb 29 10:00am-10:45am Jan 11-Feb 29 11:00am-11:45am Jan 12-Mar 1 9:15am-10:00am Jan 11-Feb 29 10:00am-11:00am Jan 11-Feb 29 11:00am-12:00pm Jan 11-Feb 29 3:00pm-4:00pm Jan 11-Feb 29 3:00pm-4:00pm Jan 11-Feb 29 5:00pm-6:00pm Jan 12-Mar 1 2:30pm-3:30pm Jan 12-Mar 1 4:45pm-5:45pm Jan 13-Mar 2 4:45pm-5:45pm Jan 14-Mar 3 5:00pm-6:00pm

AGE 3yr 3yr 3yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 4-5yr 6-8yr 6-8yr 6-8yr 9-11yr 9-11yr 9-11yr

BARCODE 47585 47586 47587 47596 47597 47598 47584 47605 47606 47612 47613 47614

Registration begins November 11!

Trampoline & Tumbling 9-16 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) Fee: $208 DAY DATE TIME AGE BARCODE Tu Jan 12-Mar 1 6:00pm-7:30pm 9-11yr 47732 Tu Jan 12-Mar 1 6:00pm-7:30pm 12-16yr 47735 W Jan 13-Mar 2 6:00pm-7:30pm 9-11yr 47733 W Jan 13-Mar 2 6:00pm-7:30pm 12-16yr 47736 Th Jan 14-Mar 3 6:00pm-7:30pm 9-11yr 47734 Th Jan 14-Mar 3 6:00pm-7:30pm 12-16yr 47737

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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. Instructor: Yogis Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jan 13-Mar 2 3:15pm-4:10pm $85 44663

Fun on the Run 5-12 years 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 fall calendar with weekly activities and themes. This program is open to all children and is free for verified low-income families. Instructor: City Recreation Staff DAY TIME SITE M 2:15pm-3:30pm Rancho San Clemente Park Tu 1:15pm-4:15pm Max Berg Plaza Park W 2:30pm-4:30pm San Luis Rey Park Th 2:30pm-4:30pm Los Mares Community F 2:30pm-4:30pm Max Berg Plaza Park Thank you to our sponsor: For information on the Friends of San Clemente Foundation, please see page 34.

Music Therapy & Yoga for Special Needs 7-13 years

DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Sa Jan 23-Feb 13 10:00am-11:00am $100 47630 Sa Feb 20-Mar 19 10:00am-11:00am $100 47631

R.E.C.E.S.S. - Physical Education for Homeschool Students 6-15 years

Recreation-Education-Conditioning-Exercise-Swimming-Sports. This is an organized program for homeschool children that combines active learning and socialization. Each class includes one-hour on land and one-hour in the water. The course will cover basic water skills in swimming, board diving and water safety skills, along with an introduction to soccer, flag football, kickball, and teeball. Instructor: City Recreation Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE T/Th Dec 1-Dec 17 10:00am-12:00pm $75 47009 T/Th Jan 5-Jan 28 10:00am-12:00pm $96 47744 T/Th Feb 2-Feb 25 10:00am-12:00pm $96 47745

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. A $20 sibling discount for classes. Instructor: Ryan Wetzel Site: Community Center Junior Beginners: DAY DATE T/Th Dec 8-Dec 22 Tu Jan 5-Mar 22 Th Jan 7-Mar 24 T/Th Jan 5-Mar 24 Junior Intermediate: DAY DATE T/Th Dec 8-Dec 22 Tu Jan 5-Mar 22 Th Jan 7-Mar 24 T/Th Jan 5-Mar 24

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

FEE $40 $96 $96 $192

BARCODE 44541 47715 47716 47421

FEE BARCODE $40 44542 $96 47717 $96 47718 $192 47422

MUSIC Beginning Ukulele 10 years+

Learn how to play current and classic songs on the ukulele. You will learn easy chords, how to read tablature and how to play different strum styles. No previous experience is required; please bring your own ukelele to class. Instructor: Ron Gorman Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Th Jan 14-Feb 11 6:30pm-7:30pm $95 44496

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YOUR RECREATION

Music Therapy and Yoga with a theme and using a variety of instruments and yoga postures to work on social skills, communication, improve flexibility and relaxation through stillness and proper breathing techniques. One adult must be present for duration of class with child. No class March 12. Instructor: Vicki Hurst, MT-BC Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center

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Yoga for Kids 5-11 years

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Guitar 10 years+

SPORTS

This class is for those that don’t have any guitar experience. Learn easy chords, fun melodies and popular songs. Bring your own acoustic or electric guitar with a small amp. Class is repeatable. Instructor: Ron Gorman Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME Th Jan 14-Feb 11 7:30pm-8:30pm

FEE $95

BARCODE 44528

Piano/Keyboard 4-8 years 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. There is a $15 material fee payable to the instructor at the first class meeting. Keyboards will be provided. No class February 15. Instructor: Sophi Albert Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jan 25-Mar 7 3:45pm-4:30pm $140 44576

Goal Zone Sports Flag Football & Cheer 6-12 years

Goal Zone focuses on sport skill development, healthy living, and having fun! Each week students will learn new skills specific to the sport through drill training and practice games. On the sixth week, participants will partake in a tournament between each school. The program includes a nutritious light snack and T-shirt. Goal Zone Sports will meet immediately after the school bell (and on minimum days). No makeup for canceled classes. Tournament to be held on Tuesday, March 1. Instructor: City Recreation Staff Fee: $30 (Flag Football/Cheer Only) DAY DATE TIME BARCODE SITE Tu Jan 26-Feb 23 1:15-2:30pm 47139 Las Palmas W Jan 27-Feb 24 2:30-3:45pm 47141 Concordia Th Jan 28-Feb 25 2:15-3:30pm 47140 Marblehead

RECREATION Kidz Night Out 5-12 years “A Night Out for Parents, A Night of Fun for the Kidz!” Our night provides an evening of playful learning for the kids, while mom and dad have a night out. We provide pizza and use our themed-based project kits, designed by engineers and architects. You’ll feel great knowing your kids are in a safe, enriching environment. They’ll beg to come back every time. KNO will be cancelled if the minimum is not met. Instructor: Bricks 4 Kidz Staff Site: Community Center

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2-Sport Saver: $50/2 sessions (Flag Football & Cheer/Soccer) Soccer: April 26-May 24, 2016 DAY TIME BARCODE SITE Tu 1:15pm-2:30pm 47138 Las Palmas W 2:30pm-3:45pm 47142 Concordia Th 2:15pm-3:30pm 47143 Marblehead

BARCODE 44544

Skyhawks Basketball 7-10 years

This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for the beginning to intermediate player. Staff focus is on the whole player, teaching respect, teamwork and responsibility. This is an active class of passing, shooting, dribbling, and rebounding. Participants should bring a water bottle, tennis shoes and sunscreen. Each participant will receive a T-shirt. No class on rainy days. Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Site: San Gorgonio Park DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Sa Jan 30-Mar 19 10:30am-11:15am $129 47429

SKATEBOARDING Basics of Skateboarding 3-12 years This hands-on class allows kids to develop and enhance their skateboarding skills while making new friends. Whether you have never been on a skateboard or you're intermediate, Basics of Skateboarding can offer you the guidance and instruction necessary to take your skateboarding to the next level! All participants receive direct instruction from an experienced skateboard teacher and are grouped according to ability and age. A $10 insurance fee, payable to the instructor, is due at the first day of class (quarterly fee). Instructor: Matt Sheridan and Team Site: Ralph’s Skate Court DAY T/Th T/Th T/Th T/Th

DATE Dec 1-Dec 10 Jan 12-Jan 21 Feb 2-Feb 11 Mar 8-Mar 17

TIME 3:00pm-5:00pm 3:00pm-5:00pm 3:00pm-5:00pm 3:00pm-5:00pm

FEE $153 $153 $153 $153

BARCODE 46934 46935 46936 47412

Skyhawks SoccerTots - Bears 5-7 years

This class develops kicking, balance, dribbling, foot-eye coordination and running control by playing fun games. Some small-sided scrimmaging is played. All participants receive a T-shirt. No class on rainy days. Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Site: Liberty Park DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jan 26-Mar 15 3:50pm-4:30pm $129 47427

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Ages: 6-12 years NEW! Early Bird Fee: $115/player (expires 1/24/16) Registration Fee: $125/player SKILLS ASSESSMENT DAY Friday, Feb. 26, 2016, Vista Hermosa Sports Park Football Field Division B (#47759): Born 2004-2005 or 2003/6th grade - 7:00pm Division C (#47757: Born 2006-2007 or 2005/4th grade - 6:00pm ASSESSMENT NOT REQUIRED Division D (#47758): Born 2008-2009 or 2007 in 2nd grade

San Clemente Surf Academy is to coach experienced surfer’s to advance to the next level or those competing in SSS, WSA, NSSA or in local contests. This developmental program is to motivate and progress surfers with body mechanics for maneuvers in both short boarding and long boarding. We are ISA certified judges and former competitors who use professional photo and video analysis to help you surf better. Questions? Please contact (949) 334-7649 or e-mail surf@sanclementesurflessons.com. Instructor: San Clemente Surf Staff NE W ! Site: Pier (North side) DAY DATE TIME AGE Sa Jan 9-Jan 30 9:00am-11:00am $175 Sa Feb 6-Feb 27 9:00am-11:00am $175

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San Clemente Surf Academy 8-14 years

SPRING 2016

BARCODE 47691 47693

GAME NIGHTS Fridays, March 18-May 20, Vista Hermosa Sports Park (No programming April 4-8 and May 30) VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED! Apply online at www.san-clemente.org PLUS, receive a $25 credit on your child’s registration.** **3-5 hours/week commitment required.

TENNIS SURFING Aloha After School Surf 7-15 years

Lucid Surf: Private Lessons 6 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: 2 hours, Monday-Friday Instructor: Lucid Surf Foundation Team Site: T-Street Beach (meet at top of the stairs)

LESSON TYPE One 2-hour private lesson (1 person) One 2-hour semi-private (2 people) One 2-hour group lesson (3 people)

FEE $95 $175 $265

BARCODE 47533 47534 47535

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. Lesson Structure: 2 hours (Monday-Sunday, between 9:00am-6:00pm) NE W Instructor: San Clemente Surf Staff ! Site: Pier (North side) LESSON TYPE One 2-hour private lesson (1 person) One 2-hour semi-private (2 people) One 2-hour group lesson (3 people) One 2-hour group lesson (4 people)

FEE $120 $200 $300 $360

BARCODE 47699 47700 47701 47702

OTHER SURFING OPTIONS Looking for more winter surf options for youth and adults?

YOUR RECREATION

A after school program designed for elementary and middle school aged children. We provide beach activities, lessons and coaching for surfing, body boarding and skim boarding. There will be a special focus on identifying ocean hazards, water safety and rip currents and in-shore holes. Instructor to child ratio is 1:3 for quality supervision. Kids are encouraged to bring their own boards and wetsuits. NE W Instructor: Aloha Beach Staff ! Site: T-Street (Tower 7) DAY DATE TIME AGE BARCODE T/Th Dec 1-Dec 17 3:00pm-5:00pm 7-12yr 47673 T/Th Jan 5-Jan 28 3:00pm-5:00pm 7-12yr 47674 T/Th Feb 2-Feb 25 3:00pm-5:00pm 7-12yr 47675 T/Th Dec 1-Dec 17 4:00pm-6:00pm 12-15yr 47677 T/Th Jan 5-Jan 28 4:00pm-6:00pm 12-15yr 47678 T/Th Feb 2-Feb 25 4:00pm-6:00pm 12-15yr 47679

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Beginning Juniors 9-12 years

TENNIS Instructed by USPTA Certified Tennis Coach Please bring an unopened can of Penn Championship tennis balls to the first class and a tennis racquet. No class December 21, 2015 - January 1, 2016. (*) Indicates class is $75/5 classes

Future Tennis Stars 4-8 years

A beginning class focused on basic tennis skills. Footwork and agility practice with a emphasis on fun. Bring a new set of red Quick Start balls. Fee: $90 DAY DATE TIME SITE BARCODE M Nov 30-Jan 11 3:30pm-4:30pm San Luis 47791 W Dec 2-Jan 13 3:30pm-4:30pm Forster R. 47793 Th Dec 3-Jan 14 3:30pm-4:30pm Liberty 47795* M Jan 18-Feb 22 3:30pm-4:30pm San Luis 47792 W Jan 20-Feb 24 3:30pm-4:30pm Forster R. 47794 Th Jan 21-Feb 25 3:30pm-4:30pm Liberty 47796

Future Tennis Stars (Level 1) 5-8 years

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DATE Nov 30-Jan 11 Dec 2-Jan 13 Dec 3-Jan 14 Dec 4-Jan 15 Jan 18-Feb 22 Jan 20-Feb 24 Jan 21-Feb 25 Jan 22-Feb 25

TIME 3:00pm-4:00pm 1:30pm-2:30pm 3:00pm-4:00pm 3:00pm-4:00pm 3:00pm-4:00pm 1:30pm-2:30pm 3:00pm-4:00pm 3:00pm-4:00pm

SITE San Gor. Liberty San Luis San Luis San Gor. Liberty San Luis San Luis

BARCODE 47797 47799 47801* 47803* 47798 47800 47802 47804

Intermediate Juniors 9-14 years

This class will solidify the strokes and footwork learned in beginning juniors. Emphasis on simple drills, serves, footwork, and match play. Fee: $90 DAY Tu Th Tu Th

DATE Dec 1-Jan 12 Dec 3-Jan 21 Jan 19-Feb 23 Jan 28-Mar 3

TIME SITE BARCODE 4:00pm-5:00pm San Luis 47825 5:30pm-7:00pm Liberty 47827** 4:00pm-5:00pm San Luis 47826 5:30pm-7:00pm Liberty 47828** (**) Indicates class is $120

Classes are designed to develop tennis fundamentals. Proper footwork and technique will give your student the skills needed to compete on the tennis court. Fee: $90 DAY DATE TIME SITE BARCODE M Nov 30-Jan 11 4:30pm-5:30pm San Luis 47815 Tu Dec 1-Jan 12 3:00pm-4:00pm San Luis 47817 Th Dec 3-Jan 14 4:30pm-5:30pm Forster R. 47822* M Jan 18-Feb 22 4:30pm-5:30pm San Luis 47816 Tu Jan 19-Feb 23 3:00pm-4:00pm San Luis 47818 W Dec 2-Jan 13 4:30pm-5:30pm Forster 47820 Th Jan 21-Feb 25 4:30pm-5:30pm Liberty 47823 W Jan 20-Feb 24 4:30pm-5:30pm Forster 47821 NOTE: Beginning Juniors (ages 7-12 years) available for registration online.

Intermediate Beginning Juniors 9-13 years

An introduction to tennis with emphasis on footwork and basic technique. Ages 8 and under graduating from level 1 may register for this class. Fee: $120 DAY DATE TIME SITE BARCODE M Nov 30-Jan 11 4:00pm-5:30pm San Gorg. 47805 Tu Dec 1-Jan 12 2:15pm-3:45pm Forster R. 47807 W Dec 2-Jan 13 2:30pm-3:30pm Liberty 47809 Th Dec 3-Jan 21 4:00pm-5:30pm San Luis 47811 F Dec 4-Jan 22 4:00pm-5:30pm San Luis 47813 M Jan 18-Feb 22 4:00pm-5:30pm San Gorg. 47806 Tu Jan 19-Feb 23 2:15pm-3:45pm Forster R. 47808 W Jan 20-Feb 24 2:30pm-3:30pm Liberty 47810 Th Jan 25-Mar 3 4:00pm-5:30pm San Luis 47812 F Jan 29-Mar 4 4:00pm-5:30pm San Luis 47814

Advanced Juniors 9-16 years

This class is geared for serious minded juniors who are truly interested in improving their techniques to the skill level necessary to make their high school tennis team and for achieving a junior tennis ranking. Site: San Luis Rey Park DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Dec 1-Jan 12 5:00pm-6:30pm $120 47851 Tu Jan 19-Feb 23 5:00pm-6:30pm $120 47852

Competitive Juniors (Level 3) 10-18 years

Competitive Juniors working on tournament play, USTA team tennis or high school tennis. Players should be playing in tournaments regularly or on a tennis team. Strong emphasis on conditioning, footwork and technique. Graduates of Level 2 may attend with coach approval. Site: San Luis Rey Park DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Nov 30-Jan 11 5:30pm-7:30pm $120 47829 F Dec 4-Jan 22 5:30pm-7:30pm $120 47831 M Jan 18-Feb 22 5:30pm-7:30pm $120 47830 F Jan 29-Mar 4 5:30pm-7:30pm $120 47832

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(*) Indicates class is $75/5 classes


TEENS Writing Course: Stories/Chapter Books 13-17 years

Designed for teens who want to learn the basics of writing fiction, covering chapter books and short stories. The fundamentals of fiction-writing discussed include characters, story, scenes, dialogue and format. Sam McCarver has taught fiction for 15 years, published 6 novels and 2 writing books. Handouts are distributed during the course and student writing is critiqued in class. A $20 materials fee is collected in the first class. Instructor: Sam McCarver Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Th Jan 14-Feb 18 4:45pm-5:45pm $65 47404

TENNIS HEALTH & FITNESS Yoga for Teen Athletes 12 years-Adult

Activate is a program designed to help the student improve grades, increase focus, and participate in recreation activities. Activities include tutoring, computer training, book club, weight training, cooking, and dance. The program offers one hour of teacher-led academic support and one hour of recreation. Students participating in the program have seen improvement in all aspects of school. No class on January 18 and February 15. Instructor: City Recreation Staff Fee: $50 DAY DATE TIME BARCODE SCHL M/W Jan 11-Mar 16 3:30pm-5:30pm 46241 SH

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Yoga instruction for maturing bodies. Using a fluid sequence of these poses combined with breath, helps teens to reduce stress and gives them tools for relaxation while improving strength and flexibility. Great for athletes as well as students ready to focus on fitness and relaxation. Parents are welcome to sign up with your teen, but not required. Instructor: Yogis Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jan 13-Mar 2 4:15pm-5:15pm $85 44666

After school art class that gives students a fun environment to freely explore different mediums of art alongside friends. This class will cover a variety of skills, that may include cartooning, sketching, ink/marker drawing, and more. New projects are completed every session. Instructor: City Recreation Staff Fee: $75 DAY DATE TIME BARCODE SCHL W Jan 13-Mar 16 3:30pm-4:30pm 46232 BAMS Th Jan 14-Mar 17 3:30pm-4:30pm 46242 SH Tu Jan 12-Mar 15 2:00pm-3:00pm 46249 VDM

These programs are designed for youth in 6th-8th grade. The goal of each of these programs is to engage youth in positive recreational activities during non-school hours. We serve students of all skill level and abilities. All programs are coed and most are led by City Recreation Leaders, many of whom have participated in these same programs while growing up, but all of whom have expertise in one or many areas of recreation. Students can sign-up for any course, regardless of the school they attend. No classes held on school holiday. Minimum days will run on a different schedule. Notice will be given in class. New this year, there is a sports barcode for private school students and home school students.

Cooking

Unleash your culinary creativity in the Shorecliffs and Vista del Mar kitchen. Students will become self-sufficient in the kitchen while cooking and creating tasty food from around the world. Topics covered include kitchen safety, food preparation, and discovering healthy food choices. Instructor: City Recreation Staff Fee: $100 DAY DATE TIME BARCODE SCHL Tu Jan 12-Mar 15 8:30am-9:30am 46239 SH W Jan 13-Mar 16 3:00pm-4:00pm 46248 VDM MIDDLE SCHOOL SITE KEY Bernice Ayer (BAMS) Shorecliffs (SH) Private & Homeschool (PRVT)* Vista del Mar (VDM) *Classes held at Forster Ranch Park Field #6 Register: san-clemente.org/recreation │ CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE

YOUR RECREATION

The following courses are part of the City of San Clemente Middle School After Hours Programs!

TEEN SCENE

Activate Shorecliffs Students Only

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Basketball

Players will develop basic skills including dribbling, shooting, passing, footwork and defensive skills. The best way to get better at basketball is to work hard and practice often. The season will end with an all-school middle school championship held at the South Coast Boys and Girls gymnasium on Tuesday, March 22. Instructor: City Recreation Staff Fee: $75 DAY DATE TIME BARCODE SCHL Tu Jan 12-Mar 15 8:15am-9:30am 46229 BAMS Tu Jan 12-Mar 15 8:15am-9:30am 46236 SH Tu Jan 12-Mar 15 3:30pm-4:45pm 46244 Prvt. Tu Jan 12-Mar 15 2:00pm-3:15pm 46245 VDM

Computer Keyboarding Class

This program is open to all Middle School Students! Students will develop solid skills on the computer for data entry, essay writing, application training and general computer usage, which will prepare them for high school, college and whatever career path they choose to pursue. Instructor: Tracy Welter Site: Bernice Ayer Middle School Computer Lab DAY DATE TIME BARCODE FEE M/W Jan11-Feb 8 3:30pm-4:30pm 47760 $40

After Hours Registration Open!

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Enhance your natural music ability and vocal skills with guitar! Build an instrumental foundation, learning open position chords, strum styles and time signatures. Arrive to class with a guitar and tuner. No class January 18 and February 15. Instructor: George Lawton Fee: $75 DAY DATE TIME BARCODE SCHL M Jan 11-Mar 14 3:30pm-4:30pm 46230 BAMS Tu Jan 12-Mar 15 8:30am-9:30am 46237 SH Tu Jan 12-Mar 15 2:00pm-3:00pm 46246 VDM

Indoor Rock Climbing

Start climbing at the new Hanger 18 indoor rock climbing facility! This is a great chance to become a better climber or give it a try for the first time, with this program designed just for middle school students. The program will offer full instruction on safety and technique. Students must provide their own transportation. Instructor: Hangar 18 Staff Site: Hangar 18 San Clemente (1031 Calle Trepadora, Unit A) DAY DATE TIME BARCODE FEE Tu Jan 12-Mar 15 8:15am-9:15am 47761 $99 Th Jan 14-Mar 15 3:30pm-4:30pm 47762 $99 MIDDLE SCHOOL SITE KEY Bernice Ayer (BAMS) Shorecliffs (SH) Private & Homeschool (PRVT)* Vista del Mar (VDM) *Classes held at Forster Ranch Park Field #6

Jazz Band

This program is open to all Middle School Students! Be a part of a community youth Jazz Band, meet fellow young performers, and perform in a spring and summer concert. Registration by audition/invitation only. Please contact Mr. Reed by e-mail at jpreed@capousd.org for further details. No class January 18, February 15, and April 4. Instructor: John Reed, Shorecliffs Music Director Site: Shorecliffs Middle School Music Room DAY DATE TIME BARCODE FEE M Jan 4-May 23 3:30pm-5:00pm 47748 $114

Chamber Strings This program is open to all Middle School Students! For advanced string players at the middle school level who want to play traditional and contemporary literature at the advanced level. Players should have 3 years + experience on their instrument and private lessons are highly encouraged. Please contact Mr. Reed by e-mail at jpreed@capousd.org for further details. No class April 6. NE W Instructor: John Reed, Shorecliffs Music Director ! Site: Shorecliffs Middle School Music Room DAY DATE TIME BARCODE FEE Tu Jan 5-May 24 3:30pm-5:00pm 47749 $114

Strength Training

This program will incorporate weights, cardiovascular equipment, along with conditioning exercises tailored to prepare any athlete for upcoming club/school sports programs, as well as overall health and fitness. Both girls and boys are encouraged to participate. Instructor: City Recreation Staff Fee: $75 DAY DATE TIME BARCODE SCHL Tu Jan 12-Mar 15 8:30am-9:30am 46238 SH W Jan 13-Mar 16 3:00pm-4:00pm 46247 VDM

The Actor’s Workshop

Through scene work, monologue study, improvisation, and theater games, students will develop and strengthen their acting craft and performance skills. Students will gain a heightened physical and vocal awareness, projection and speech, creativity, imagination, and improvisation. Students will participate in a showcase presentation at the end of the session for family and friends. Programs changes each session; material is not repeated. Instructor: City Recreation Staff Fee: $95 DAY DATE TIME BARCODE SCHL Tu Jan 12-Mar 15 8:15am-9:5am 46231 BAMS W Jan 13-Mar 16 3:30pm-4:30pm 46240 SH Tu Jan 12-Mar 15 2:00pm-3:00pm 46250 VDM

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MEN’S SOFTBALL START DATE: January 19 & 20 DAYS: Tuesdays & Wednesdays TIME: 6:30pm-10:00pm SITE: Richard T. Steed Park FEE: $670/team MANAGER MTG: Jan. 14, 7:00pm

CO-ED SOFTBALL START DATE: January 21 DAYS: Thursdays TIME: 6:30pm-10:00pm SITE: Richard T. Steed Park FEE: $670/team MANAGER MTG: Jan. 14, 7:00pm

CO-ED SOCCER START DATE: January 17 DAYS: Sundays TIME: 8:00am-2:00pm SITE: Vista Hermosa Sports Park FEE: $570/team MANAGER MTG: Jan. 14, 6:00pm

MEN’S BASKETBALL

REGISTRATION: November 11, 8 am - January 14, 5 pm MANAGER MEETINGS: Held at San Clemente Aquatics Center FOR MORE INFORMATION or to be placed on the individual players list, contact Recreation at (949) 429-8797 or recreg@san-clemente.org. LEAGUE FEES INCLUDE: official fees, 10 games & playoffs for qualifying teams, awards for league winners

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Mosaic Masterpieces 13 years-Adult Discover the art of broken dish mosaic. Learn how to break and cut dishes and how to apply to various surfaces to create your very own Mosaic Masterpiece. Choose between a picture frame or birdhouse for your first project. A $20 material fee is due at the first class. Instructor: Brooke Beahm Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jan 12-Jan 19 6:00pm-9:00pm $69 47425 Tu Feb 2-Feb 9 6:00pm-9:00pm $69 47426

My Flowers by the “Sogetsu Way” Come and enjoy interacting heart to heart, with flowers in a fun and enriching environment while learning ikebana rooted deeply in the Japanese tradition. The updated comprehensive Sogetsu method will give you the ability to transform a variety of plant materials into a creative and artistic expression. Bring pruning shears or hasami. For more information, email harukowatable@gmail.com. A $10 flower fee is due at each class. Instructor: Sosei Haruko Watabe Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Th Jan 14-Feb 11 1:30pm-3:30pm $75 44567

Beginning Watercolor Art Focusing on DESIGN, LEAVING THE WHITES, and KEEPING IT SIMPLE. Most students will complete one painting each week, ready to frame. Our primary goal is to have fun and create beautiful gifts, cards and masterpieces. Students receive a list of supplies to be purchased at local art supply stores. Instructor: Betty Schleicher Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jan 11-Mar 14 11:00am-12:30pm $120 47705

Watercolor Art

Learn the basics of watercolor painting, different techniques, colors and values. Students receive a list of supplies to be purchased at local art supply stores. Instructor: Betty Schleicher Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jan 13-Mar 16 4:00pm-5:30pm $120 44603 Register: san-clemente.org/recreation │ CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE

YOUR RECREATION

START DATE: February 14 DAYS: Sundays TIME: 3:00pm-9:00pm SITE: South Coast Boys & Girls Club FEE: $625/team MANAGER MTG: Jan. 14, 6:30pm

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DANCE Ballet Basics

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 will be designed around a classical ballet barre, center work, diagonal exercises and short variations, keeping the needs of adult dancers in mind. No class December 23 or 30. Instructor: Katherine Steadman Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Dec 9-Mar 30 4:00pm-5:00pm $135 44483

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. No class December 23 or 30. Instructor: Katherine Steadman Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Dec 9-Mar 30 5:15pm-6:30pm $135 44484

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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 DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Dec 2-Dec 23 6:45pm-8:00pm $55 44497 W Jan 6-Jan 27 6:45pm-8:00pm $55 44498 W Feb 3-Feb 24 6:45pm-8:00pm $55 44499 Belly Dance II (Prerequisite: Belly Dance I) DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Dec 2-Dec 23 8:00pm-9:15pm $55 44500 W Jan 6-Jan 27 8:00pm-9:15pm $55 44501 W Feb 3-Feb 24 8:00pm-9:15pm $55 44502 Belly Dance Mixed Levels DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Th Dec 3-Dec 17 11:15am-12:30pm $39 44503 Th Jan 7-Jan 28 11:15am-12:30pm $55 44504 Th Feb 4-Feb 25 11:15am-12:30pm $55 44505 On the run? Use our QR code for quick access to our online magazine. The digital magazine includes direct links to each course.

East Coast Swing & Foxtrot 16 years+

These two all-time favorites are a great starting point in learning to Ballroom Dance. The music is fun and so are the steps. 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. Singles & couples welcome. Instructor: Marilyn Dumford with Melody & Eric Sandeen Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jan 6-Feb 10 7:30pm-8:30pm $60 44492

Tango & Waltz 16 years+

These two dances will help your lead and follow techniques. The Tango has a strong beat with lots of cool steps-some easy, some a bit more fancy! Waltz is beautiful and slow, moving gracefully around the ballroom - the most popular of the slow dances. Singles & couples welcome. Instructor: Marilyn Dumford with Melody & Eric Sandeen Site: Community Center DAY W

DATE TIME Feb 17-Mar 23 7:30pm-8:30pm

FEE $60

BARCODE 44493

EDUCATIONAL Drought Tolerant Landscape Design

Introductory course/workshop to learn the basics of drought tolerant landscape design, including site measure and layout, environmentally friendly design solutions, plant and material selection, and lighting and irrigation basics. NE W Instructor: Sacha McCrae ! Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Th Jan 7-Feb 11 10:00am-11:00am $85 47714

College Financial Planning

Learn about the complicated Federal Financial Aid formula, the FAFSA, EFC, and how remaining need is met. Teaches strategies on what affects financial aid packages and how to improve your position, even for high income earners. All registrants will receive a free SAT/ACT study guide with practice tests. Instructor: Eric Swartz Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Th Jan 21 6:30pm-7:30pm $55 46927 Th Feb 11 6:30pm-7:30pm $55 46928 Th Mar 10 6:30pm-7:30pm $55 46929

Your Guide to Financial Literacy

At Edward Jones, we believe financial education is an important step in helping you achieve a better future. That is why our financial workshops are your source for financial literacy. Create a budget, learning about stocks and bonds as covering social security. Instructor: Colin P. Smith, CFP NE W ! Site: Community Center DAY Tu

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DATE Dec 8-22

TIME 3:00pm-4:30pm

FEE $10

BARCODE 47709


This American Safety and Health Institute course covers CPR and the Heimlich maneuver for adults, children and infants with 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 Jan 26 6:45pm-9:30pm $25 44519 Tu Mar 22 6:45pm-9:30pm $25 44520

Novel & Short-Story Writing

This course is designed for both beginning & ongoing writers. Sam McCarver has taught fiction for 15 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. The instructor will also critique your writing. Fulfill your writing dream! 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 Jan 14-Feb 18 6:00pm-8:00pm $89 44570

Spanish for Beginners 14 years+ The class emphasis is on the acquisition of some of the most frequently used words and phrases used in the Spanish language to help you build basic communication skills learning through listening and speaking at a “survival level.” For more information, email ana_laura@conversaspanish.com. Instructor: Conversa Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DATE Dec 8-Feb 2 Feb 9-Mar 22

TIME 5:45pm-6:45pm 5:45pm-6:45pm

Now registering for Winter 2015-16 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 (Across from the Post Office, 1st floor of City building) Contact us at: (949) 276-8866 Sccybercafe@outlook.com

FITNESS Barre Sculpt Barre Sculpt strengthens, lengthens, and chisels every part of your body by combining elements of dance, ballet and pilates at the barre. This class offers an energetic cardio intro followed by movements that improve balance, enhance flexibility and cut to the core with sculpting exercises both on and off the barre. Please bring yoga mat and 1-3 lb. weights. Punch cards now available! Instructor: Ashley Johnson Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jan 6-Feb 17 1:15pm-2:15pm $84 47573 W Feb 24-Apr 6 1:15pm-2:15pm $84 47574

Fusion Flow 13 years-Adult

A high energy, low-impact class that fuses elements of mat FEE BARCODE Pilates, yoga and barre for a well rounded, full body fusion $115 44654 workout that is designed to strengthen, lengthen and tone $115 44655 the body, while leaving you feeling balanced and relaxed. Instructor: Ashley Johnson NE W ! 14 years+ Site: Community Center

Spanish Intermediate/Advanced

This is a continuing course from the beginner level. In this class you will increase the vocabulary you already acquired and will be able to start reading and discussing stories in Spanish. Open to high school students needing tutoring. For more information, email ana_laura@conversaspanish.com. No class December 22 and 29. Instructor: Conversa Staff Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Dec 8-Feb 2 6:45pm-7:45pm $115 44656 Tu Feb 9-Mar 22 6:45pm-7:45pm $115 44657

REGISTER EARLY! Help us avoid cancelling classes due to low enrollment... Remember to register early!

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

FEE $84 $84

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Insanity® Workout 15 years-Adult

Insanity is a cardio-based, total-body conditioning class that pushes you beyond what you thought was possible with explosive cardio and plyometric drills and nonstop intervals of strength and resistance. Abs and core complete the class for an overall, full body transformation. Get lean. Gain agility, strength and endurance without any weights or equipment! Instructor: Ashley Johnson Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Th Jan 7-Feb 18 6:45pm-7:45pm $72 44537 Th Feb 15-Mar 24 6:45pm-7:45pm $72 44638

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Learn computer skills and programs in an adult friendly environment!

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Jazzercise

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You think you know us, but you don't! Check out the new Jazzercise, pulse-pounding, beat pumping, fitness program that gets you results. Burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerfully effective total-body workout. Each class combines dance-based cardio with strength training to sculpt and tone muscles for maximum fat burn. Buy a 6-week pass or join SC Jazzercise by paying $45 monthly on auto pay, with a onetime registration fee of $40. Instructor: Maureen Hoffmann Site: Community Center DAY TIME FEE M/W/F/Sa 9:00am-10:00am $95/6w (unlimited)

Karate 16 years-Adult

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. No class January 14. NE W Instructor: Ryan Wetzel ! Site: Community Center DAY T Th T/Th

DATE Jan 5-Mar 22 Jan 7-Mar 24 Jan 5-Mar 24

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

FEE $96 $96 $192

BARCODE 47779 47780 47423

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Full body, mat based mind and body workout designed to lengthen, strengthen, tone and create overall balance and stability. Pilates exercises derive from the core to strengthen the muscles deep inside that protect and stabilize larger muscles. This class is designed for all levels. Bring a yoga mat to class. Instructor: Ashley Johnson Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jan 6-Feb 17 12:00pm-1:00pm $84 44557 W Feb 24-Apr 6 12:00pm-1:00pm $84 44558

Tai Chi/Qigong This class is based on an ancient Chinese exercise system design for optimal health and well being. Combining deep breathing with slow, gentle stretching and fluid motion help to decrease stress and improves circulation while strengthening tendons, joints, and the immune system. Instructor: Tais Hoffman Site: Community Center DAY DATE W Jan 13-Mar 2 Th Jan 14-Mar 3

TIME FEE 10:30am-11:30am $78 11:30am-12:30pm $78

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.

Hatha Yoga Blend Join us in this powerful learning experience in which you will rediscover your body, how it works and your connection with it. Focusing on proper alignment of yoga asanas (postures) and breathing technique. We will learn poses that lengthen, strengthen, and encourage release and relaxation while increasing flexibility and injury prevention. Mats are available for purchase. No class No class on December 24 & 31. Instructor: Jessica Seabern or Yoga Staff (RYT500) Site: Community Center DAY Th

DATE TIME Dec 10-Mar 24 10:05-11:00am

FEE BARCODE $140 44530

Vinyasa Yoga Flow

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. No class on December 3, 24-31. Instructor: Jessica Seabern or Yoga Staff (RYT500) Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Dec 1-Mar 22 9:00am-10:00am $150 44600 Th Dec 10-Mar 24 9:00am-10:00am $140 44601 Tu/Th Dec 1-Mar 24 9:00am-10:00am $270 44602

Yoga for Stiff Bodies

If you think your body is too stiff for yoga you are wrong. 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 strong. Mats are available for purchase. No class on December 3, 24-31. Instructor: Jessica Seabern Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Dec 1-Mar 22 7:45am-8:45am $155 44604 Th Dec 10-Mar 24 7:45am-8:45am $145 44605 Tu/Th Dec 1-Mar 24 7:45am-8:45am $270 44606

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We combine the lengthening and strengthening aspect of yoga with specific physical toning techniques for a lean physique as well as a calm mind. This class is appropriate for all levels offering modifications’ for the more challenging poses and strong variations for people wanting more of a challenge. Feel leaner, cleaner and calmer. Mats are available for purchase. No class December 21-January 3, 18, and February 15. Instructor: Jessica Seabern or Yoga Staff (ERYT500) Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY M W M/W

DATE Nov 30-Mar 21 Dec 2-Mar 23 Nov 30-Mar 23

TIME 6:30pm-7:45pm 6:30pm-7:45pm 6:30pm-7:45pm

FEE $130 $150 $255

BARCODE 44647 44648 44649

ZUMBA® • PUNCH CARDS

$50/5 classes NOTE: Passes expire at the end of each session.

Zumba® 12 years-Adult Ready to party yourself into shape? Zumba is an exhilarating, easyto-follow, Latin-inspired dance fitness party that will burn calories GALORE and tone your entire body! All fitness levels welcome! Instructor: Alicia Arroyo Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Jan 4-Jan 25 5:30pm-6:30pm $32 44605 W Jan 6-Jan 27 5:30pm-6:30pm $32 44609 F Jan 8-Jan 29 5:30pm-6:30pm $32 44610 M Feb 1-Feb 29 5:30pm-6:30pm $40 44612 W Feb 3-Feb 24 5:30pm-6:30pm $32 44613 F Feb 5-Feb 26 5:30pm-6:30pm $32 44614

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Power Yoga (Strength & Flexibility)

Zumba® Gold 40 years+

Yoga for a Healthy Back & More 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. No class December 21-January 3, 18, and February 15. Instructor: Stacy Agosto or David Turner Site: San Clemente Aquatics Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE M Nov 30-Mar 21 5:15pm-6:15pm $130 44660 W Dec 2-Mar 23 5:15pm-6:15pm $150 44661 M/W Nov 30-Mar 23 5:15pm-6:15pm $255 44662 F Jan 8-Mar 18 9:00am-10:00am $100 47529

A class that lets you move at your own speed! It’s a dancefitness class that’s exhilarating! Zumba Gold classes provide low impact moves for active older adults who like to keep their bodies moving with a little exercise. Instructor: Alicia Arroyo Site: Community Center DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jan 5-Jan 26 12:00pm-1:00pm $32 44620 Th Jan 7-Jan 28 12:00pm-1:00pm $32 44621 Tu Feb 2-Feb 23 12:00pm-1:00pm $32 44623 Th Feb 4-Feb 25 12:00pm-1:00pm $32 44624

SURFING

Yoga in the Park

Site: Linda Lane Park DAY DATE TIME F Jan 15-Mar 18 9:00am-10:00am

FEE BARCODE $85 47532

Yoga Tune Up®

Discover how to live better in your body with a dynamic Yoga Tune that addresses stiffness, pain, posture and energy level with precise self-myofascial release massage, utilizing the therapy balls combined with a therapy program. YTU may relieve and even eliminate pain, creates flexibility, relieves muscle tension, and builds strength. Instructor: Debbie Bercardi Site: Community Center DAY Sa

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Aloha Surfing & Yoga

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Group session (one, 2-hour session) involves the therapeutic healing forces of the ocean and environmental awareness of the beach elements. Yoga and meditation accompany body boarding and surfing lessons, encouraging the healing and rehabilitation process to promote teamwork. Register online and contact Aloha Beach Camp with proof of registration to schedule your time at (949) 212-1598. Instructor: Matt Colapinto & Staff Site: Lausen Beach ("Lost Winds") Dates: Monday-Friday, Dec 1-Mar 21 Time: 2 hours, between 10:00am-4:00pm LESSON TYPE FEE BARCODE Semi-private Lesson (6 people) $600 47671 Group Lesson (12 people) $1200 47671

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Begin your day with an invigorating yoga practice. Lengthen and tone your muscles, develop flexibility, strength and calmness of mind and body. Rainy days will be refunded. Instructor: Yoga Staff (RYT500 Staff) Site: Tierra Grande Park DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE W Jan 13-Mar 16 10:15am-11:15am $85 47531

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Aloha Beach Private Surf 6 years-Adult

This is a two hour private surf lesson that includes a surfboard, wetsuit (or bring your own) and overall water safety and surfing etiquette. It is a 1:1 surfer to instructor ratio at $125/2 hours. Register online and contact Aloha Beach to schedule your time at (949) 212-1598. Instructor: Matt Colapinto & Staff Site: Lausen Beach ("Lost Winds") Dates: Monday-Friday, Dec 1-Mar 21 Time: 2 hours, between 10:00am-5:00pm LESSON TYPE FEE BARCODE Private Lesson (1 person) $125 47668 Semi-private Lesson (2 people) $175 47669 Group Lesson (3 people) $265 47670

TENNIS TENNIS CLASSES Please bring your own racquet and an unopened can of Penn Championship balls to first class. No class December 21-January 1.

Private & Semi-Private Lessons 12 years+ Private (1 hour) tennis instruction to help take your game to the next level. Please register under a barcode and then e-mail the instructor, tenniscoachryan@me.com, to setup the time. Instructor: USPTA Certified Tennis Staff Site: Liberty Park DAY F F F

DATE Dec 24-Jan 18 Jan 8-Jan 29 Feb 5-Feb 26

Adult Intermediate

Covering more intermediate match play with a strong emphasis on doubles drills and play. Come ready to have fun and work hard. Instructor: Coach Katya Site: San Luis Rey Park Recreation Division aims toFEE provide a DAYThe DATE TIME BARCODE M wide Novarray 30-Janof11classes 9:30am-10:30am 47867 suitable for$90 residents M Jan 18-Feb 22 9:30am-10:30am $90 47868 of all ages. To reach this goal we rely on Site: Liberty Park with 9:30am-10:30am invaluable talent$90 and47869 skill Tu instructors Dec 1-Jan 12 who want to get engaged in the Tu Jan 19-Feb 23 9:30am-10:30am $90 47870

BECOME A CONTRACT INSTRUCTOR!

community. Be a part of the fabric of San

Skills Drills Clemente’s recreation repertoire!

High Intensity doubles focused skills drills. Should have NTRPWHAT of 3.5 and above. match play strategy with a ARE WECovers LOOKING FOR? variety of intense drills. • Photography (youth & adult) Instructor: Coach Katya Site: Forster Park • StepRanch Aerobics DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE •Dec Outdoor Fitness Opportunities $90 (adult)47865 W 2-Jan 13 5:45pm-6:45pm W 20-Feb 24 5:45pm-6:45pm $90 47866 •JanChess (youth & adult)

• Pottery & Clay Tennis Clinic (NTRP 2.5-3.5)

An adult withknitting, a focus on • clinic Sewing, ordoubles crochetdrills and live ball play. Great way to practice for league or just keep your game sharp. • Basic SelfKatya Defense Instructor: Coach Fee: $120 • Running/training classes SITE BARCODE DAY DATE TIME TIME FEE BARCODE • Sign Language M Nov 30-Jan 11 7:30pm-9:00pm San Gor. 47877 12:00pm-3:00pm $300 47862 F Dec 4-Jan 22 7:30pm-9:00pm San Luis 47879 12:00pm-3:00pm $360 47863 • STEM Classes & Camps M Jan 18-Feb 22 7:30pm-9:00pm San Gor. 47878 12:00pm-3:00pm $360 47864 • Other exciting fitness & arts San opportunities F Jan 29-Mar 4 7:30pm-9:00pm Luis 47880

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This class will prepare you with the basic skills needed to play tennis. It will give you the fresher you wanted with a low coach to student ratio. Take advantage of our small class sizes and learn the sport that last a lifetime. Instructor: Coach Katya Site: Liberty Park DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Dec 1-Jan 12 8:30am-9:30am $90 47860 Tu Jan 19-Feb 23 8:30am-9:30am $90 47861 Site: San Luis Rey Park M Nov 30-Jan 11 8:30am-9:30am $90 47858 M Jan 18-Feb 22 8:30am-9:30am $90 47859

Mixed Doubles

This class is for tennis players who want to improve their skill level through a variety of drills and instruction. Instructor: Coach Katya Site: San Luis Rey Park DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Dec 1-Jan 12 6:30pm-7:30pm $90 47854 Tu Jan 19-Feb 23 6:30pm-7:30pm $90 47855 Site: Liberty Park Th Dec 3-Jan 21 7:00pm-8:00pm $90 47856 Th Jan 28-Mar 3 7:00pm-8:00pm $90 47857 CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE │ (949) 429-8797 or (949) 361-8264

Share your skill... Teach a class!

Contact Recreation for information.


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. Dogs attend all meetings. Visit www.DogClassInfo.com for more info. Pre-registration required. A $5 insurance fee payable to the instructor at first class meeting. Instructor: Khara Knight, Hacienda Hills Dog Obedience Site: Marblehead Inland Park DAY DATE TIME FEE BARCODE Tu Jan 19-Feb 9 7:30pm-8:45pm $85 47424

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.

PETS

Dog Manners “Crash Course”

Please visit www.san-clemente.org for a complete list of rules prior to your visit.

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Other San Clemente Park (on-leash) Options All City parks are now open for dogs, on-leash! Exclusions include: playground areas, sports fields, and Park Semper Fi. SAN CLEMENTE-DANA POINT ANIMAL SHELTER 221 AVENIDA FABRICANTE ● (949) 492-1617 WWW.PETPROJECTFOUNDATION.ORG

50% OFF

DOG LICENSING

Clip this coupon and bring it with you on your next visit to the San Clemente-Dana Point Animal Shelter for a discounted rate on your next dog license. Coupon valid December 1-31, 2015. Proof of current rabies vaccination required.

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117 Avenida Victoria / (949) 498-3322

EVENTS & ACTIVITIES Thanksgiving Luncheon: Wed., November 25 Christmas Luncheon: Friday, December 18 New Year's Eve Luncheon: Wed., December 30 Bingo Saturday Night : Saturday, January 23 3:30pm-7:30pm, $45/person Valentine's Luncheon: Friday, February 12 MONDAY TUESDAY Pilates Yoga (9am-10am) (9-9:50am) Balance & Mobility Strength, Flexibility (9-10:50am) (9-10am) Beginning Watercolor Hand & Foot Cards (10am-12:50pm) (10:30am-12pm) Walk in Balance Bridge (1st, 10:15am) (1pm) Beginning Sketching Weight Mngmnt.* (1:30pm-4:20pm) (1-2:15pm) ATX Intrmdt. Painting (4:30pm-5:00pm) (1-3:50pm) Aerobic Exercise Aerobics (4:30pm-6:20pm) (4:15-6:05pm)

SENIOR SERVICES Braille Institute & Visual Aid: (714) 821-5000 Adult Day Health Care: (949) 855-9444 Medicare Counseling: (949) 498-3322 Home Delivered Meals: (949) 498-3322 Public Health Nurse Services: (949) 498-3322 (4th Thursday, appointment only)

WEDNESDAY Pilates (8-9am) Tai Chi (9-10am) Aerobic Exercise (10-10:50am) Knitting Group (10am-12pm) Bingo (1-3pm) Weight Mngmnt.* (1-2:15pm) Will Counseling (3rd, by appt.)

THURSDAY FRIDAY Yoga Blood Pressure Clinic (9:00-9:50am) (9:30am-12pm) Strength, Flexibility Pilates (9am-10am) (9am-10am) Bridge Beginning Jewelry (1pm) (Call center) Chair Exercise Aerobic Exercise (1:30-2:30pm) (10-10:50am) Memory Booster, 4th (10:30-11:30am) Pilates (2:45-3:45pm) Stock/Bond Mngmt. (1:30-3:20pm) Yoga (4:30-5:30pm)

DAILY OPPORTUNITIES (Monday-Friday): Schedules are subject to change. Contact Center for fees and costs Computer Lab: 10:00am-4:00pm of all programs Community Dining: 11:45am (Donation of $4.50) *Complete class title: "Weight Risk Factor/Nutrition"

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The Gary & Mary West Wellness Center • 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)

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


WISH BOOK

Boys & Girls Club of the South Coast Area 1304 Calle Valle, www.bgcsca.org, (949) 492-0376

The Boys & Girls Club provides a facility with professional staff, a fun environment and programs to assist youth in developing self-esteem, values and skills. All activities are on a drop-in basis. Membership applications ($30 annual fee) are available on site. Financial assistance available.

Courtney’s Sandcastle Universally Accessible Playground www.courtneyssandcastle.org

Located at the Vista Hermosa Sports Park, Courtney’s Sandcastle is a universal playground and sensory garden, serving children of all abilities. The park is especially designed for children with physical, mental, and sensory disabilities to create an engaging play environment alongside their able-bodied peers.

D O N AT I O N S

The City of San Clemente needs your help! There are items that the City needs, but cannot acquire due to budget limitations. If you or your business are interested in supporting these needs, donations can be made towards any of these areas: youth programs, scholarships, special events, parks, trees, and others. 100% of your donation goes directly towards the area that you specify and is tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law. For more information on the Wish Book Program, call Recreation at (949) 361-8264.

Family Assistance Ministries (FAM) www.family-assistance.com

Ready to donate? Please make checks payable to “City of San Clemente Wish Book” and mail or drop off at: City of San Clemente Beaches, Parks & Recreation 100 N. Calle Seville, San Clemente, CA 92672

San Clemente Collaborative (SCC) www.sanclementecollaborative.com

SPECIAL THANKS TO: • San Clemente Friend of BP&R Foundation: Scholarships Swim & Learn Fun on the Run Mobile Recreation Goal Zone Sports Movies in the Park • Clif Bar SC Open Skateboard Contest

Family Assistance Ministries is a faith-based charitable non-profit organization assisting those in need in southern Orange County with resources for food, shelter, and personalized supportive counsel and aid, helping clients bridge the gap from dependency to self-sufficiency. Contact FAM at (949) 492-8477.

The SCC is a voluntary alliance of diverse community leaders and organizations working to expand and support social services, recreation, and neighborhood initiatives.

San Clemente Human Affairs Committee (949) 361-6188

The SC Human Affairs Committee acts as a catalyst in the assessment of human needs within the City of San Clemente. Forums have included: affordable housing, innovations in health care, youth safety, transportation needs, adoption and foster care resources, and employment opportunities for the underemployed.

San Clemente Junior Women’s Club info@scjwc.org

San Clemente Women’s Club www.sanclementewomansclub.com

Serving San Clemente since 1931, the SCWC strives to work constructively and harmoniously for the promotion of civic, philanthropic, cultural, and educational interests, as well as the general advancement of the San Clemente Community.

South County Alcohol & Drug Abuse Health Care Agency (949) 643-6960 Weekly counseling groups for families and individuals.

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

YOUR CITY

Give back to the community by joining this civic-minded group of women who meet on the second Monday of each month in an effort to raise money and donate services to the community.

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

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FACILITIES

Facility Rentals

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 cal (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

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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

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OLE HANSON BEACH CLUB 105 W. Ave. Pico / (949) 361-8264 Accommodates: 175 people Includes: Small kitchen & panoramic ocean views, tables & chairs Ideal for: banquets, birthdays, wedding receptions, and family celebrations Note: This facility is currently CLOSED for renovation.

Park & Picnic Rentals

The City of San Clemente has 19 parks 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. 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 • Courtney’s Sand Castle • Forster Ranch Park • Leslie Park Liberty Park • Linda Lane Park • Marblehead Park • Max Berg Park • Park Semper Fi Mira Costa Park • Parque Del Mar • Rancho San Clemente Park • San Luis Rey Park Talega Park • Tierra Grande Park • Verde Park • Vista Bahia 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 35 for more details. Looking to rent sport fields? Explore the park amenities on page 36 and find out what suits your needs. Contact Recreation for rates and availability.


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

987 Ave. Vista Hermosa

(Community Center) (Aquatics Center)

REGISTRATION

R E G I S T E R T O DAY

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

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 payable to: City of San Clemente

Refund Information

All courses are subject to cancellation or schedule City Cancelled Class: When courses are cancelled by the change. A utility bill is required for proof of residency. City, a full refund, in the form of a check or a credit on Fees for courses are subject to change. your city account, will be issued. Pre-registration is recommended. Registration cannot be accepted at class. Spaces are filled on a first-come, firstserved 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.

Participant Cancellation: To drop a class, complete a refund request form available through the Recreation Division. If notification is received before the second class meeting, a refund (less an $8 withdrawal fee per class) will be processed. No refunds will be granted after the second class meeting.

When registering online, please assume that you have Camps: Call the Recreation office for information on camp been accepted into the class. Registration confirmation withdrawals and refunds at (949) 361-8264. will be sent via e-mail when you register by fax or mail. We Note: Regardless of your payment method, all refunds will will advise you by phone of any changes. be issued in the form of a check within 3-4 weeks and an The City of San Clemente complies with all applicable $8 withdrawal fee, per class/per person will be charged. laws, including the American Disability Act. If you need For further registration information, please call (949) special assistance, please call (949) 361-8264 or 361-8264 or (949) 429-8797. (949) 429-8797. Register: san-clemente.org/recreation │ CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE

YOUR RECREATION

General Information

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REGISTRATION

P R O G R A M R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M 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? □ Yes 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.

This holiday season, give the gift of health & fun with San Clemente Recreation! Stop by the San Clemente Aquatics Center or Community Center for your one−stop shopping holiday gifting needs. There are classes and programs for all ages and interests. Give your gift in three exciting ways: 1. Apply a credit to your recipient's City account 2. Purchase a swim pass 3. Register your recipient for a class


San Clemente Beaches, Parks & Recreation 100 N. Calle Seville San Clemente, CA 92672 (949) 361-8264

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

Cheery &

BRIGHT HOLIDAY EVENTS

Santa’s Village by the Sea

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Saturday, December 5, 2015 Community Center

2 - 5 pm

Games Snow Hill Hot Chocolate Factory Santa Visits Cookie Decorating “Arthur Christmas” Showing Tree Lighting

Casa Romantica

5:30 - 7:30 pm

Santa Holiday Entertainment Decorations Children’s Crafts Letters to Santa Hot Cocoa & Cookies (Nominal fee may apply)

Friday, December 11, 2015 10:30am - 12:30pm • Community Center $15/child* San Clemente Playschool is decking its halls for a day of holiday cheer! Children will enjoy special guest appearances from Santa's helpers, make gifts for family and friends, decorate holiday cookies, and many more marvelous activities! *Space is limited for this event, pre-registration is strongly encouraged.

For more information on these festive events, visit san-clemente.org/recreation or call (949) 429-8797

City of San Clemente Winter Magazine 2015-16  

Explore the latest in news from City Hall and recreation courses offered this winter season.