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Danville Recreation, Arts and Community Services Activity Guide | Spring 2019

Buckets of

fun...

www.danville.ca.gov | Registration dates, page 2 | Don’t miss the Recreation Program Expo! page 3


Registration Dates Adult Sports Leagues. . . . . Spring Classes, Summer Camps & Aquatics . . . . . . .

February 11, Danville resident teams February 12, Open registration February 19, Incorporated Danville residents February 20, Open registration

Table of Contents Spring 2019

BUCKETS OF FUN…

EVENTS pages 3–4

LIBRARY PROGRAMS pages 5

There are times when writing this little note to you all, that I get a bit of writer’s block. I often get up from my seat and walk around my office wondering who’s going to read this anyway. Then I remember that this is my opportunity to reinforce our theme for the quarter and encourage you all to take a moment from your busy life to fill it with a bit of recreation and arts.

AQUATICS pages 6–13

5 & UNDER pages 14–19

YOUTH pages 20–29

TEEN pages 30–33

SUMMER CAMPS see insert

ADULT pages 34–41

ADULT 55+ page 41–42

COMMUNITY INFO page 43

PARKS & FACILITIES pages 44–45

INFO/REGISTRATION pages 46–47

It is my opportunity to remind you that spring is on the horizon; the great weather is near and the chance to go outside to play, is now. Spring is the time for you all to fill up your buckets with some fun. Fill it up by playing, recreating and exploring the arts here in Danville. Have your bucket list of fun experiences include a class or event that we offer through the Town’s Recreation and Arts programs. If you’re not sure which to participate in, I invite you to review this activity guide and see what helps you to fill your bucket, I also encourage you to bring a friend with their bucket so you both can enjoy buckets of fun. Enjoy this spring and remember to have fun!

Henry Perezalonso Recreation, Arts & Community Services Director

LEGAL HOLIDAYS OBSERVED Classes will not take place on the following dates:

Presidents’ Day. . . . . . . . . . Monday, February 18, 2019 Memorial Day. . . . . . . . . . . Monday, May 27, 2019 Independence Day. . . . . . . Thursday, July 4, 2019

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Information: (925) 314-3400


Spring 2019 Special Events EGGSTRAVAGANZA

February 9 10:00 am–1:00 pm Danville Community Center

Information: page 26

Information: See Camp Guide

11 TH ANNUAL DR. SEUSS BIRTHDAY PARTY March 1 4:30 pm–6:00 pm Danville Community Center Information: 25

EARTH DAY CELEBRATION April 13 11:00 am–1:00 pm Town Green

April 20, 9:00 am–1:30 pm Danville Community Center

ART & WINE STROLL April 25, 6:00 pm–9:00 pm Downtown Danville, The Livery www.danvilleareachamber.com

15 TH ANNUAL LEND-A-HAND DAY April 27, 8:00 am–1:00 pm Danville Community Center Information: (925) 314-3400

MAY THE 4 TH BE WITH YOU May 4 Downtown Danville Information: page 27 www.danville.ca.gov

DANVILLE DEVIL MOUNTAIN RUN

DANVILLE SUMMERFEST

May 5, 8:00 am–10:00 am Downtown Danville

June 22 & 23, 10:00 am–5:00 pm Downtown Danville

www.devilmtnrun.com

www.danvilleareachamber.com

DANVILLE OPEN STUDIOS

MUSIC IN THE PARK

May 11, 11:00 am–6:00 pm May 12, 11:00 am–5:00 pm

June 22, July 6, July 20, July 27, August 10 Oak Hill Park & Town Green

ARTAPALOOZA: CHILDREN’S MESSY ART FESTIVAL

www.danville.ca.gov

May 19, 11:00 am–2:00 pm Town Green

4 TH OF JULY PARADE July 4, 9:00 am–12:00 pm Downtown Danville

www.danville.ca.gov

www.kiwanis.srv.org

MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY May 27, 10:30 am Oak Hill Park

SENIOR VARIETY SHOW July 21, 1:30 pm Village Theatre

www.vnvdv.com

www.danville.ca.gov

MOONLIGHT MOVIES June 14, June 28, July 12, July 26, August 9 Town Green

www.danville.ca.gov

www.danville.ca.gov

JOB

TEEN

& CAREER

FAIR 2019

Saturday, March 2 • Noon to 3:00 p.m. Dublin Senior Center 7600 Amador Valley Boulevard, Dublin CA 94568

FREE ADMISSION! FREE FOOD FOR JOB SEEKERS! Meet with Employers • Apply for Jobs Mock Interviews • Resumé Workshops How to Sell Yourself & More! Bring a copy of your resumé and dress in professional attire Info: (925) 556-4500, or parksandcommunityservices@dublin.ca.gov

Don't miss your chance for a summer job!

Register online!

we are hiring PART-TIME SUMMER CAMP & AQUATIC POSITIONS AVAILABLE The Town of Danville is currently recruiting for a variety of part-time positions in the area of summer camps & aquatics. This is an incredible opportunity to gain work experience and give youth the best summer ever! Applicants must be at least 15 years of age for Aquatics and 16 years of age for Summer Camps. Apply by Friday, April 22 by visiting: www.danville.ca.gov/employment

Danville Community Center 420 Front Street, Danville, CA 94526 www.danville.ca.gov ∙ (925) 314.3400

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SPECIAL EVENTS

10 TH ANNUAL RECREATION PROGRAM EXPO


Village Theatre Events

Art Gallery Events

Purchase tickets online at www.villagetheatreshows.com, or at the Danville Community Center, 420 Front Street, (925) 314-3400. Tickets will be available for pick up at Will Call one hour before show time.

For more information about the exhibits, visit www.villagetheatreartgallery.com

February 14 • March 7 • April 25 • May 3 All shows begin at 7:30 pm • $20 presale, $25 at door

Gallery hours: M–Tu Appointment only: (925) 314-3460 W–F 12:00 pm–5:00 pm Sa 11:00 am–3:00 pm Su Closed

THE JAZZ ROOM

Print It!

March 24. . . . Award-winning Song Writer Lisa Forkish May 5 . . . . . . . SF Bay Area Song Sylist Danny Creed

March 16–April 21 Opening Reception: Saturday, March 16, 5:30 pm–7:30 pm

COMEDY WITH LIZ GRANT & FRIENDS

Presale: $25 Adults/$20 Students At door: $30 Adults/$25 Students All shows begin at 8:00 pm

PRESCHOOL PERFORMANCE SERIES February 1 . . . The Brian Waite Band March 1 . . . . . Prop Comic and Juggler Fred Anderson April 12 . . . . . Magician Phil Ackerly May 3 . . . . . . . Music by Purple Fox and the Heebie Jeebies June 7. . . . . . . Zappo the Magician July 5. . . . . . . . Circus Arts with Bri Crabtree August 9. . . . . The One and Only Bubble Lady All shows begin at 10:00 am • General Admission $5 Artists subject to change

YOU’RE A GOOD MAN CHARLIE BROWN May 24–June 2 General Admission: $25 Adult/$20 Senior/$15 Student

THE ROLEPLAYERS ENSEMBLE THEATRE Honky: February 1–17 Mystery of Irma Vep: April 12–28 General Admission: $35 Adult/$33 Senior/$25 Student

DANVILLE CHILDRENS’ MUSICAL THEATRE The Fiddler on the Roof: March 21–30 General Admission: $8 Child/$10 Adult/$8 Senior

PERFORMING ARTS CLASSES Theatre Performance Workshop: March 7–10 General Admission: $8 Child/$10 Adult/$8 Senior Sunshine Vocals Concert: March 12, 6:00 pm General Admission: $6 Child/$12 Adult

Woodcut, Lithograph, Relief, Seriograph, Monotype, Intaglio: prints, prints, prints! California Printmakers Association of California will feature an eclectic collection of various types of prints.

Luminous May 2–June 16 Opening Reception: Thursday, May 2, 5:30 pm–7:30 pm An exhibition of light and color featuring paintings of select artists of the California Watercolor Association.

Into The Blue June 28–August 17 9th Annual Juried exhibition featuring a diverse collection of artwork. Apply online to be included in this exhibit! www.villagetheatreartgallery.com Open reception Friday, June 28 5:30 pm–7:30 pm

Dogs of Danville May–August 2019 Public Art Exhibition in Downtown Danville. Artwork unleashed! Juried exhibit, more information at www.villagetheatreartgallery.com.

Young @ Art Workshops See page 21 for more information.

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Information: (925) 314-3400


Danville Library All programs are FREE and open to the public unless otherwise indicated. 400 Front Street, Danville, CA 94526

LIBRARY

HOURS... M–Th: 10:00 am–8:00 pm F–Sa: 10:00 am–6:00 pm Su: 1:00 pm–5:00 pm Hours funded by Contra Costa County and the Town of Danville. For a list of services call (925) 837-4889 or visit www.ccclib.org.

Spring Programs SYMPHONIC STORY TIME SPRING SERIES Children’s Reading Room

Don’t miss this special musical story time series and enjoy timeless Disney classics to the symphony music that brings them to life! Each performance will be followed by a themed craft.

ARTS ENRICHMENT BOOK CLUB, GRADES 2-3: PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

Roger Allers’ and Rob Minkoff ’s “The Lion King” Friday, March 15 at 4:00 pm

We’ll briefly discuss Barb Rosentstock’s picture biography, Dorothea’s Eyes: Dorothea Lange Photographs the Truth. Then local photographer Adriane Costa will lead us in a photography workshop! Seats are limited and registration begins March 4.

Howard Arlen’s and Herbert Stothart’s “The Wizard of Oz” Tuesday, April 9 at 4:00 pm Crafts provided by the Friends of the Danville Library

“SNEAK PEEK” PRESENTATION SERIES WITH ROLE PLAYERS Monday, April 4, 7:00 pm | Mt. Diablo Room

Danville Library and Role Players Ensemble explore theater, costume design, and literature! Role Players Ensemble Artistic Director Eric Fraisher Hayes, designers, and actors give audiences a behind the scenes look into their upcoming production, The Mystery of Irma Vep by Charles Ludlum.

Wednesday, April 10, 3:30 pm | Mt. Diablo Room

Sponsored by the Danville Library Endowment

POETRY PARTY

Thursday, April 11, 3:30 pm–5:00 pm | Mt. Diablo Room

We’re celebrating National Poetry Month with a Poetry Party! Make Spine Poetry; create Blackout Poetry; use Magnetic Poetry; write a love poem to your library, and more! Sponsored by Friends of the Danville Library

SPRING GARDENING PRESENTATION SERIES

DANVILLE LIBRARY ARTS & TRAVEL PRESENTATION SERIES CONTINUES

6:30 pm | Mt. Diablo Room

Enjoy fascinating visual presentations of upcoming arts exhibits at prestigious San Francisco art museums such as the De Young Museum, Legion of Honor, and Asian Art Museum of San Francisco and learn about exciting adventures in travel.

Tuesday, April 9—Basic Composting: Turn your garden waste and kitchen scraps into a rich soil conditioner and fertilizer for your garden. Learn how to start a compost pile, add the best ingredients, nurture its decomposition and produce rich humus for your plants.

1:00 pm | Mt. Diablo Room

Wednesday, March 20—Monet: The Late Years (de Young) Presented by the Fine Arts Museums of SF Wednesday, April 24—Travel Presentation: Discover the World with Road Scholar Travel Presented by Road Scholar Travel Ambassador Program Wednesday, May 22—Hero or Tyrant: Genghis Khan Presented by the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco

Learn tips, tricks and techniques from the experts at Master Gardener and find out how to make your garden thrive!

Tuesday, May 14—Creating a Pollinator Habitat in Your Garden: Examine key elements required to attract pollinators and a “hands on” exploration of specific native bee habitats to attract Mason and Leafcutter bees. Bring your curiosity and learn how to amp up your garden to buzzworthy status! In Partnership with Master Gardener of Contra Costa County

OTHER EVENTS COMING THIS SPRING/SUMMER • Monday, March 25: East Bay Regional Parks Speaker Series, Wildflowers Blooming in the Bay Area • Saturday, April 13: 9th Annual Earth Day Event • Tuesday, May 14: Germar the Magician

• Wednesday, June 12: Kidchella • Tuesday, June 18: ScienceTellers—Aliens Escape from Earth • Summer 2019: Summer Reading Program 5


Aquatics Program

NEED HELP REGISTERING? Join us for the Recreation Program Expo on Saturday, February 9, 10:00 am–1:00 pm at the Danville Community Center, and receive 10% off your fees if you register that day.

REGISTRATION BEGINS FEBRUARY 19

SAN RAMON VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL POOL 501 Danville Boulevard, Danville This season the Monte Vista Community Pool will not be used due to maintenance.

SUMMER 2019 SEASON: SATURDAY, JUNE 8–FRIDAY, AUGUST 2

Swim Passes

(closed July 4 for the holiday)

FAMILY SWIM PASS

Anyone entering the pool area during Recreational Swim, Adult Lap Swim, Family Fun Nights, or special events must pay entrance fees, including swimmers and spectators. Children 8 years and under will be admitted only under the supervision of a paying adult, 18 years of age or older. To swim unaccompanied, children ages 9–12 must pass a swim test. Children who do not pass the swim test must have a parent in the pool with them at all times. No exceptions. Daily Admittance Fees: Spectator $2; 3–12Y $2; 13Y and up $3

Recreational Swim Relax and cool off with your family and friends! Recreational Swim is open to all ages and is in a designated area which includes shallow and deep water, diving board, and lap swim lanes. Saturday, June 8–Friday, August 2 (closed 7/4)

Monday–Thursday Friday Saturday & Sunday

1:00 pm–3:00 pm 12:00 pm–6:00 pm 1:00 pm–5:00 pm

Adult Lap Swim Age 9Y and up

Swimming is one of the best overall workouts you can do to improve cardiovascular conditioning, muscle strength, endurance, posture, and flexibility, all at the same time. Children ages 9 and up must swim laps unassisted by parents.

Age 3Y and up | Town Staff

Take advantage of our best swimming value! Purchase a family swim pass for immediate family members living at your address. Enjoy unlimited use of the San Ramon Valley High School Community Pool during recreational swim times (not valid for lap swim). Family Swim Passes are valid for all Summer 2019 recreational swim times. Passes may be purchased online or at the Danville Community Center only, beginning February 20, and passes may be picked up/kept on file at the pool beginning June 10. No refunds will be given for non-used swim passes. San Ramon Valley High School Pool Use Only # 17256 Jun 10–Aug 2 W 1:00 pm–6:00 pm

$135

INDIVIDUAL SWIM PASS Age 13Y and up | Town Staff

If you love to swim, you’ll appreciate the convenience of this discounted 12-punch pass, for use at recreational or lap swim, including special events. Passes may be purchased online or at the Danville Community Center only and passes may be picked up/ kept on file at the San Ramon Valley High School Pool beginning June 8. No refunds will be given for non-used swim passes. San Ramon Valley High School Pool Monday–Thursday, 9:30 am–2:00 pm # 17175 Jun 10–Aug 1

$21

Age 3–12Y

# 17174 Jun 10–Aug 1

$31

Age 13 & up

Saturday, June 8–Friday, August 2 (closed 7/4)

Monday–Thursday Friday Saturday & Sunday

9:00 am–7:00 pm 9:00 am–6:00 pm 1:00 pm–5:00 pm

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Information: (925) 314-3400


SWIMMING LEVELS TABLE Swim Level

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Where can I take swim lessons? The Town of Danville offers its Learn to Swim Program at San Ramon Valley High School Pool at 501 Danville Blvd. When do I register? Online registration for incorporated Danville residents only will be available Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 8:30 am. Open registration begins Wednesday, February 20, 2019 at 8:30 am. How do I register? Online: Register online by setting up and logging into your account at www.danvillerecguide.com. We encourage you to set up your account prior to the registration date. This will ensure that you receive the lessons you want more quickly. For assistance, call (925) 314-3400. How do I select my child's class level? Read the Swimming Levels Table with qualifying age and prerequisite skills needed in the order listed. Register your child for the first class level that describes skills that s/he has not yet mastered. Call 314-3459 for additional assistance. Will classes be held in the rain? Generally, classes will be held during inclement weather. However, the pool will be closed and classes cancelled if there is lightning. What happens if my child passes the class, but I registered him for the same level next session? If there is space available, your child will be transferred to the correct level. Is it possible to make up a class that my child missed due to illness or vacation? Unfortunately, we are not able to accommodate class make-ups. Can I request a specific teacher? You can make a request for a specific instructor, but realize that our swim instructors rotate between different pools, class levels and times. Due to the large number of classes we offer, we cannot guarantee we can meet your request, but we will try our best. I am an adult. Can I take lessons? Yes! We offer private adult swim lessons at various times throughout the day at San Ramon Valley High School Community Pool. See page 12.

Register online!

Prerequisite Skills

Aquatots 6M–­3Y

Children must be accompanied by an adult in the water

Preschool A

3–­5Y

First time lessons

Preschool B

3–­5Y

Fully submerge head for 5 seconds

Elementary 1

6–­12Y

First time lessons

Elementary 2 4–­12Y

Travel 5 yards, bob 3 times and tread water 15 seconds, all without assistance; or completion of Preschool B

Elementary 3 4–­12Y

Travel 10 yards on front and back; change direction in water

Elementary 4 6–­12Y

Head-first entry in a seated position; jump into deep water; swim 15 yards on front and back; tread water 30 seconds

Elementary 5 6–­12Y

Open turns on front and back; front crawl and elementary backstroke 25 yards; breaststroke 15 yards

Elementary 6 6–­12Y

Front crawl, back crawl and elementary backstroke 50 yards; breaststroke and butterfly 25 yards; shallow angle dive

Youth Private

3–­12Y

ALL swim levels

Adult Private

13Y & up

ALL swim levels

Adult Fitness Swimming

13Y & up

Elementary level 5 skills

Junior Lifeguard

11–­14Y

Elementary level 5 skills

Lifeguard Training

15Y & up

Pass lifeguarding pre-skills test

AQUATICS

Learn to Swim Program

Age

Aquatots: Parent and Child Aquatics Age 6M–3Y

Aquatots is a class for adults with children ages 6 months to 3 years that emphasizes water adjustment and enjoyment through fun games and songs led by a swim instructor. The adult participants will learn how to safely handle their infants or toddlers in and around the water as well as lay the foundation for future aquatics skills for their children. No class on 7/4. Sessions A, C, D: $62(R) • $74(N) | *Session B: $55 (R) • $66 (N)

San Ramon Valley High School Pool Sessions:

A

B*

C

D

6/10–6/20

6/24–7/3

7/8–7/18

7/22–8/1

12:00 pm–12:25 pm

#17241

#17732

#17929

#18244

6:00 pm–6:25 pm

#17303

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Registration for Aquatics programs begins February 19. Need help registering? Join us for the Recreation Program Expo on Saturday, February 9, 10:00 am–1:00 pm at

the Danville Community Center and receive 10% off your fees if you register that day.

Preschool Aquatics Program (3–5Y) This program consists of two levels and is designed for children ages 3–5. Children registered for Preschool Aquatics must be ready to learn without parent participation. The group lesson format includes eight 25-minute classes which are held Monday–Thursday for two weeks. When necessary, students may be asked to move to an earlier or later class time. If a class is full, please add your child to the waitlist in case we are able to accommodate more participants. 1:3 instructor to child ratio. The Town of Danville is pleased to offer a water safety dock. Although we emphasize hanging on to the wall, this dock allows children to stand in the pool with a secure railing around them.

PRESCHOOL AQUATICS LEVEL A 3–5Y

In order to complete this course and move on to Preschool Aquatics Level B your child must be comfortable submerging their head fully underwater for about 5 seconds. Most children will need to repeat these classes. No class 7/4. Sessions A, C, D: $62(R) • $74(N) | *Session B: $55 (R) • $66 (N)

In order to complete this level your child must be able to bob three times, travel 5 yards in the water without assistance, and tread water for a minimum of 15 seconds. Upon completion of this level, your child will move on to Elementary Aquatics Level 1. Most children will need to repeat these classes. No class 7/4. Sessions A, C, D: $62(R) • $74(N) | *Session B: $55 (R) • $66 (N)

San Ramon Valley High School Pool Sessions:

PRESCHOOL AQUATICS LEVEL B 3–5Y

A

B*

C

D

6/10–6/20

6/24–7/3

7/8–7/18

7/22–8/1

9:00 am–9:25 am

#17153

#17649

#18042

#18161

9:30 am–9:55 am

#17168

#17663

#18043

#18174

10:00 am–10:25 am #17187

#17679

#18044

10:30 am–10:55 am #17205

#17697

11:00 am–11:25 am

#17221

11:30 am–11:55 am

San Ramon Valley High School Pool Sessions:

A

B*

C

D

6/10–6/20

6/24–7/3

7/8–7/18

7/22–8/1

9:00 am–9:25 am

#17154

#17650

#18063

#18162

#18191

9:30 am–9:55 am

#17170

#17665

#18064

#18177

#18045

#18209

10:00 am–10:25 am

#17189

#17681

#18065

#18194

#17714

#18046

#18226

10:30 am–10:55 am

#17207

#17699

#18066

#18212

#17235

#17726

#18047

#18238

11:00 am–11:25 am

#17223

#17716

#18067

#18229

12:00 pm–12:25 pm #17247

#17738

#18048

#18250

11:30 am–11:55 am

#17237

#17728

#18068

#18241

3:30 pm–3:55 pm

#17265

#17754

#18049

#18266

12:00 pm–12:25 pm

#17248

#17739

#18069

#18251

4:00 pm–4:25pm

#17274

#17763

#18050

#18275

3:30 pm–3:55 pm

#17266

#17755

#18070

#18267

4:30 pm–4:55 pm

#17281

#17770

#18051

#18282

4:00 pm–4:25pm

#17275

#17764

#18071

#18276

5:00 pm–5:25 pm

#17290

#17779

#18052

#18291

4:30 pm–4:55 pm

#17282

#17771

#18072

#18283

5:30 pm–5:55 pm

#17299

#17788

#18053

#18300

5:00 pm–5:25 pm

#17291

#17780

#18073

#18292

6:00 pm–6:25 pm

#17308

#17797

#18054

#18309

5:30 pm–5:55 pm

#17300

#17789

#18074

#18301

6:30 pm–6:55 pm

#17318

#17807

#18055

#18319

6:00 pm–6:25 pm

#17309

#17798

#18075

#18310

7:00 pm–7:25 pm

#17328

#17817

#18056

#18329

6:30 pm–6:55 pm

#17319

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#18076

#18320

7:30 pm–7:55 pm

#17336

#17825

#18057

#18337

7:00 pm–7:25 pm

#17329

#17818

#18077

#18330

7:30 pm–7:55 pm

#17337

#17826

#18078

#18338

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Information: (925) 314-3400


Youth: Group Swim Lessons

ELEMENTARY LEVEL 1 6–12Y

ELEMENTARY LEVEL 2 4–12Y

In order to complete this level and move on to Elementary Level 2, your child must be able to travel 5 yards, bob three times, and tread water for 15 seconds, all without assistance. No class 7/4.

In order to complete this level and move on to Elementary Level 3, your child must be able to travel 10 yards on front and back, and change direction in water. No class 7/4.

Sessions A, C, D: $62(R) • $74(N) | *Session B: $55 (R) • $66 (N)

San Ramon Valley High School Pool Sessions:

Sessions A, C, D: $62(R) • $74(N) | *Session B: $55 (R) • $66 (N)

San Ramon Valley High School Pool

A

B*

C

D

6/10–6/20

6/24–7/3

7/8–7/18

7/22–8/1

9:00 am–9:25 am

#17147

#17643

#14836

#18155

9:30 am–9:55 am

#17158

#17652

#17935

10:00 am–10:25 am

#17179

#17687

10:30 am–10:55 am

#17195

11:00 am–11:25 am

A

B*

C

D

6/10–6/20

6/24–7/3

7/8–7/18

7/22–8/1

9:00 am–9:25 am

#17148

#17644

#17954

#18156

#18164

9:30 am–9:55 am

#17160

#17655

#17955

#18166

#17936

#18183

10:00 am–10:25 am

#17181

#17673

#17956

#18185

#17704

#17937

#18199

10:30 am–10:55 am

#17197

#17689

#17957

#18201

#17212

#17722

#17938

#18216

11:00 am–11:25 am

#17214

#17706

#17958

#18218

11:30 am–11:55 am

#17229

#17734

#17939

#18234

11:30 am–11:55 am

#17230

#17723

#17959

#18235

12:00 pm–12:25 pm

#17243

#17750

#17940

#18246

12:00 pm–12:25 pm

#17244

#17735

#17960

#18247

#18262

3:30 pm–3:55 pm

#17262

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4:00 pm–4:25pm

#17269

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4:30 pm–4:55 pm

#17278

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#18287

5:00 pm–5:25 pm

#17287

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5:30 pm–5:55 pm

#17294

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6:00 pm–6:25 pm

#17305

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#18315

6:30 pm–6:55 pm

#17315

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#17967

#18316

#18323

7:00 pm–7:25 pm

#17323

#17812

#17968

#18324

#18333

7:30 pm–7:55 pm

#17333

#17822

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#18334

3:30 pm–3:55 pm 4:00 pm–4:25pm 4:30 pm–4:55 pm 5:00 pm–5:25 pm 5:30 pm–5:55 pm 6:00 pm–6:25 pm 6:30 pm–6:55 pm 7:00 pm–7:25 pm 7:30 pm–7:55 pm

#17261 #17268 #17277 #17286 #17293 #17304 #17314 #17322 #17332

#17757 #17766 #17775 #17782 #17793 #17803 #17811 #17821 #17864

#17941 #17942 #17943 #17944 #17945 #17946 #17947 #17948 #17949

Sessions:

FREE SWIM LESSONS AT STAFF TRAINING 3–12Y These complimentary lessons are in exchange for helping our aquatics staff practice their teaching techniques with children at various ages. San Ramon Valley High School Pool # 18506 Jun 5 Tu 10:00 am–10:25 am

Register online!

Free

# 18507 Jun 6

W

10:00 am–10:25 am

Free

# 18508 Jun 7

Th

10:00 am–10:25 am

Free

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AQUATICS

The Elementary Aquatics Program consists of six levels and is designed for ages 6–12. The group lesson format includes eight 25-minute classes which are held Monday through Thursday for two weeks. In most cases, enrollment is limited to a minimum of two and a maximum of three students per instructor. When necessary, students may be asked to move to an earlier or later class time.


Registration for Aquatics programs begins February 19. Need help registering? Join us for the Recreation Program Expo on Saturday, February 9, 10:00 am–1:00 pm at

the Danville Community Center and receive 10% off your fees if you register that day.

ELEMENTARY LEVEL 3 4–12Y

ELEMENTARY LEVEL 4 6–12Y

In order to complete this level and move on to Elementary Level 4, your child must be able to complete a head first entry in a seated position, jump into deep water, swim 15 yards on front and back, and tread water for 30 seconds. No class 7/4. Sessions A, C, D: $62(R) • $74(N) | *Session B: $55 (R) • $66 (N)

San Ramon Valley High School Pool Sessions:

In order to complete this course and move onto Elementary Level 5, your child must be able to complete open turns on front and back, swim front crawl and elementary backstroke 25 yards and breaststroke 15 yards. No class 7/4. Sessions A, C, D: $62(R) • $74(N) | *Session B: $55 (R) • $66 (N)

San Ramon Valley High School Pool

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9:00 am–9:25 am

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9:30 am–9:55 am

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6/24–7/3

7/8–7/18

7/22–8/1

9:00 am–9:25 am

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11:00 am–11:25 am

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AQUATICS 10

Information: (925) 314-3400


ELEMENTARY LEVEL 6 6–12Y

This is a 40-minute class. In order to complete this course, your child must be able to swim front crawl, back crawl and elementary backstroke 50 yards, breaststroke and butterfly 25 yards and perform a shallow angle dive. Upon completion of this course, students will enter Elementary Level 6—Stroke Development and Fitness Swimming. No class 7/4.

Level 6 objectives are to refine swimming and water safety skills taught in earlier levels, focusing on endurance and technique in this 40-minute class. Students also learn principles of training and how to evaluate their own levels of fitness. Activities may include: swimming 500 yards continuously, demonstrating turns while swimming, and learning various training techniques. No class 7/4.

Sessions A, C, D: $67(R) • $81(N) | *Session B: $59 (R) • $70(N)

San Ramon Valley High School Pool Sessions:

Sessions A, C, D: $67(R) • $81(N) | *Session B: $59 (R) • $70(N)

San Ramon Valley High School Pool

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B*

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7/8–7/18

7/22–8/1

9:00 am–9:40 am

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4:00 pm–4:40 pm

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Register online!

Sessions:

www.danville.ca.gov/recguide

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ELEMENTARY LEVEL 5 6–12Y


Private Swim Lessons AGES 3–12Y Private swim lessons are 25 minutes long and are held Monday through Thursday for one week. Each participant will receive one-on-one instruction based on his or her skill level. No class 7/4. Sessions 1–3, 5–8: $64(R) • $76(N) | *Session 4: $58(R) • $69(N)

San Ramon Valley High School Pool Sessions:

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10:00 am–10:25 am

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10:30 am–10:55 am

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AGES 13Y TO ADULT Have you always wanted to learn how to swim? Never got around to it as a child? Now is your opportunity to learn how to swim as an adult. A great class for the beginner or for those who would like to improve their strokes. This class runs for 25 minutes, M–Th. No class 7/4. Sessions 1–3, 5–8: $64(R) • $76(N) | *Session 4: $58(R) • $69(N)

San Ramon Valley High School Pool Sessions:

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Information: (925) 314-3400


Registration for Aquatics programs begins February 19. Need help registering? Join us for the Recreation Program Expo on Saturday, February 9, 10:00 am–1:00 pm at the Danville Community Center and receive 10% off your fees if you register that day.

Lifeguarding Programs

FITNESS SWIMMING

VOLUNTEENS: JUNIOR LIFEGUARD PROGRAM

For adults that are ready to try swimming for fitness, this 60-minute course is for you. Adults of all ages and fitness levels are welcome. Structured workouts will focus on skills and drills for good swim technique and interval training for superior cardio and muscular improvement. No class 7/4.

Get a start in the Aquatics profession by learning about lifeguarding. Learn valuable job skills and how to be a lifeguard/ swim instructor for the Town of Danville. To participate, you must demonstrate swimming skills equivalent to Elementary Level 5. In week 1, this course includes instruction in American Red Cross Guard Start, which provides a foundation of lifeguarding and life skills. In week 2, Junior Lifeguards will learn what it takes to become a swim instructor with hands-on, practical experience by shadowing Town of Danville Lifeguard/Swim Instructors. Come ready to swim each class and be part of our team.

Age 13Y & Up | Town Staff

Age 11–14Y | Town Staff

Sessions A, C, D: $67(R) • $80(N) | *Session B: $59 (R) • $71(N)

San Ramon Valley High School Pool Sessions: 6:30 pm–7:30 pm

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LOW IMPACT AQUA FITNESS Age 18Y & Up | Town Staff

This course, which is based on a program developed by the Arthritis Foundation, offers a unique exercise program for people of all ages who suffer from any arthritis ailment. Students will participate in water exercises that help to improve joint functionality, muscle tone, endurance and self-efficacy. Water buoyancy assists movements, protects joints and provides resistance training. This class is open to those of all ages who enjoy water exercise. San Ramon Valley High School Pool # 17253 Jun 10–Jul 1 M/W 1:00 pm–1:45 pm

$55(R) • $66(N)

# 17340 Jun 11–Jul 2

Tu/Th

1:00 pm–1:45 pm

$55(R) • $66(N)

# 18039 Jul 8–31

M/W

1:00 pm–1:45 pm

$62(R) • $74(N)

# 18041 Jul 9–Aug 1

Tu/Th

1:00 pm–1:45 pm

$62(R) • $74(N)

San Ramon Valley High School Pool # 17176 Jun 10–21 M–Th 1:00 pm–4:00 pm M–Th 1:00 pm–4:00 pm

$91(R) • $109(N)

# 18114 Jul 8–18

M–Th 1:00 pm–4:00 pm

$103(R) • $124(N)

# 18180 Jul 22–Aug 1

M–Th 1:00 pm–4:00 pm

$103(R) • $124(N)

LIFEGUARD TRAINING CLASSES Age 15Y & up | Town Staff

This course is designed to teach students the skills and knowledge needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. This course will be taught in a blended learning format including a combination of in-person and online training. Students will need access to a computer to complete assignments outside of class. Upon successful completion of all written exams and water skills, this course certifies participants in the American Red Cross Lifeguarding (valid for 2 years), First Aid (valid for 2 years), and CPR/AED. for the Professional Rescuer (valid for 2 years). Come prepared to swim each class session. Please note full and complete attendance at all sessions is required to receive your certification. Certifications will be emailed 2–3 business days following course. San Ramon Valley High School Pool # 18510 May 13–22 M/W/F 4:00 pm–9:00 pm # 18509 May 14–28

Register online!

$103(R) • $124(N)

# 17669 Jun 24–Jul 5

T/Th

$206(R) • $248(N)

4:00 pm–9:00 pm

$206(R) • $248(N)

Monte Vista High School Pool # 18387 Apr 1–5 M–F 1:00 pm–6:00 pm

$206(R) • $248(N)

www.danville.ca.gov/recguide

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Adult Aquatics Programs


Art & Craft

5 & under

My First Art Class Age 18M–4Y | My First Art Staff Class

Explore five art stations each week where making a mess is part of the process! You have fun and we do the clean up! Art projects continue to change all year long. Process rather than product is emphasized. The class ends on a musical note with singing and dancing. This is a parental or caregiver participation class. $15 Materials fee due to the instructor at first class. Magee House at Hap Magee Ranch Park

AGE 18M–3Y # 19450 Apr 9–May 28

Tu

9:30 am–10:30 am

$120(R) • $144(N)

Tu

10:45 am–11:45 am $120(R) • $144(N)

AGE 2–4Y # 19451 Apr 9–May 28

Parent & Me Splatter Painting Age 2.5–5Y | Zina Kassab

A fun class to introduce painting to children. We’ll splatter the paint to create beautiful trees, flowers, cars and rocket ships. Children will also use sponge paints, finger paints and more to create their masterpieces! Art Room at Danville Community Center # 19611 May 1–29

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10:00 am–11:00 am

$90(R) • $108(N)

Spectacular Spring Painting Parent & Me Age 2.5–5Y | Zina Kassab

Spring is in the air! We’ll paint colorful flowers, a bright butterfly, a beautiful ladybug, and a blossoming tree! We’ll create the art by sponge painting, finger painting, using brushes and other fun materials. Please bring a paint shirt or an apron. $8 Materials fee due to instructor on first day of class. Art Room at Danville Community Center No class 4/3 # 19608 Mar 20–Apr 24 W 10:00 am–11:00 am

$90(R) • $108(N)

5 & UNDER 14

Information: (925) 314-3400


Village Theatre Art Gallery # 19447 Mar 11–Apr 15 M

Cooking

5 & under

# 19448 Apr 22–May 20

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4:00 pm–5:00 pm

$105(R) • $126(N)

4:00 pm–5:00 pm

$105(R) • $126(N)

Busy Bee Cooks Age 4–5Y | Cooking With Kids Staff

New 5-week session. Cooking with Kids inspires kids to enjoy healthy food. Kids eat what they cook. Our goal is to make your children fall in love with healthy eating. Young chefs have fun while learning a valuable life skill. Class includes how to grocery shop, understand food labels, work safely in the kitchen, work in a team, proper clean up and more. $20 Materials fee due to instructor at first class.

Kitchen at Danville Community Center No class 4/3 # 19190 Mar 20–Apr 24 W 1:30 pm–3:00 pm

Preschool Spanish Program Age 3–5.5Y | Spanish Academy Staff

A total Spanish immersion program designed for Preschool-ready children. This program enhances your child’s small and large motor skills, while exposing them to emotional, social and academic growth. Each class includes circle time, art projects, free play and more. All kids must be potty-trained. $15 Materials fee due to instructor at first class. Skills and Activities: Language Time (vocabulary & phrases), Exercise Time (command words-up, down, jump, etc.), Hands-on Activities (puzzles, books, games, etc.), Music (singing & playing instruments), Art (Spanish art projects), and much more! At each session, there will be new materials introduced.

Swain House at Hap Magee Ranch Park No class 4/2, 4/4 # 19339 Mar 19–Apr 25 Tu/Th 8:30 am–10:30 am $309(R) • $370(N) # 19340 Apr 30–May 30 Tu/Th 8:30 am–10:30 am $309(R) • $370(N)

$250(R) • $300(N)

MUM’s Parent & Me Cooking Class Age 2–5Y | Michele Uriarte-Matrai

These fun, age-appropriate cooking classes are bursting with hands-on activities, healthy concept learning while empowering your little one to create their own meals. Tied-up hair and closed toe shoes are required. Please bring your own apron. $25 Materials fee due to instructor on first day of class. Please alert instructor of any allergies. Kitchen at Oak Hill Park No class 4/2 # 19164 Mar 19–Apr 16 Tu # 19163 May 7–28

Tu

10:00 am–11:30 am $199(R) • $239(N) 10:00 am–11:30 am $199(R) • $239(N)

Register online!

www.danville.ca.gov/recguide

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5 & UNDER

This drawing class teaches children the necessary skills to draw complex images. As they learn to draw with our step-by-step method, children develop observation skills, increase fine motor skills, handwriting readiness and attention to detail. Young children learn how to follow directions, hold and use a pencil properly and grow their self-confidence. All materials provided.

Foreign Language

Age 4–6Y | Young Rembrandts Staff

5 & under

FUNdamental Drawing


Bond with your little one while teaching them the basics of yoga in a fun, kid-friendly way! Please wear comfortable clothing and bring your own yoga mat. This is a parent/caregiver participation class.

5 & under

Music Vocal & Instrumental

Danville Community Center No class 4/2 # 19391 Mar 19–May 14 Tu

10:30 am–11:15 am $160(R) • $192(N)

Performing Arts & Dance

Age 1.5–3Y | Grace + Zen

5 & under

Mind & Body

5 & under

Parent & Me Yoga

Sunshine Vocal: Little Stars on Stage Age 4–5Y | Lorrie Harris

Little Stars On Stage is a unique singing program for little ones who love to sing and perform. Children will enjoy singing some of their favorite songs and will also have the opportunity to learn simple staging. There will be a final performance at the Village Theatre as part of the Sunshine Vocal Show.

Town Meeting Hall # 19536 Mar 22–May 31 F 1:30 pm–2:30 pm

$226(R) • $271(N)

Kindermusik AROUND THE FARM & HOW DO YOU FEEL?

Age 18M–3.5Y Kindermusik w/ Miss Lindsay & Friends

Put on your overalls and grab your boots— it’s time to visit the farm! We’ll waddle like ducks, moo like cows, go on a “hayride,” and much more. As we play, sing, and dance, you’ll watch your child strengthen her fine and gross motor skills, develop inhibitory control, explore timbre, and so much more. Then we’ll learn how to express our feelings in “How Do You Feel?” Navigating your child’s BIG emotions can be complicated, but using music to explore and identify different feelings, their causes, and how we can manage them can be useful (and even fun!). Parent participation is required for this highly interactive class! $25 Materials fee due to the instructor on the first day of class.

KINDERMUSIK FOUNDATIONS: HICKORY, DICKORY, TICKLE, & BOUNCE!

Age 1M–18M | Kindermusik With Miss Lindsay & Friends

In this class for your tiny dancer, you’ll get to take those special bonding moments between you and your baby and add in a unique blend of musical learning activities that stimulate and engage all of her senses. Research shows the more you expose your baby to nursery rhymes and songs, the stronger those emerging language-learning skills will be. You’ll also develop research-proven communication strategies with your child through listening activities, speaking, and sign language—all while bonding with both baby and adult friends! $35 Materials fee due to instructor on the first day of class. Mt. Diablo Room at Danville Library No class on 4/1 # 19349 Mar 25–May 20 M 11:15 am–12:00 pm $160(R) • $192(N)

Mt. Diablo Room at Danville Library No class on 4/1 # 19350 Mar 25–May 20 M 10:15 am–11:00 am $160(R) • $192(N)

5 & UNDER 16

Information: (925) 314-3400


Junior Jazz/Ballet/Tap Age 4–7Y | Studio 8 Staff

Studio 8 Performing Arts Center, San Ramon No class 4/2 # 19530 Mar 19–May 28 Tu 1:00 pm–2:00 pm

5 & UNDER

An upbeat class that incorporates jazz, tap and ballet technique. Students will learn basic steps from all three dance styles and combine them into energetic and age-appropriate combinations. Class is taught in a fun, engaging and creative way. This class will focus on increasing rhythm, coordination and confidence! Dance wear, ballet and tap shoes required. Hair up away from face.

$190(R) • $228(N)

Mini Princess Ballet Age 3.5–5Y | Studio 8 Staff

Come dressed up like your favorite Princess—Elsa, Anna, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Tinkerbell, and Snow White! This class will teach basic ballet technique and increases motor skills through creative dance. Fun props like wands, scarfs, and dress up will be incorporated into the curriculum to help engage the young dancers. Young dancers will use their imaginations and dance to their favorite Disney songs. Dress code for the class: leotard and tights of any color, ballet shoes, ballet skirt is optional, hair up away from face.

5 & under

Science & Technology

Studio 8 Performing Arts Center, San Ramon No class 4/2 # 19528 Mar 19–May 28 Tu 11:15 am–12:00 pm $190(R) • $228(N)

Tiny Tot Science: Parent and Me Age 2–4Y | Maria Kapadia

Introduce your little ones to the exciting world of science! Each week we will explore a new topic, and will include a story, songs, and science experiments specially tailored for this curious age group. This supportive environment will allow children to develop fine motor skills, and develop a love of science. This is a parent-participation class. $15 Materials fee due to instructor on the first day of class. For more information visit https://science4superheroes.wordpress.com/classes/ Art Room at Danville Community Center No class 4/23 # 19188 Apr 9–May 21 Tu 9:30 am–10:30 am # 19189 Apr 9–May 21

Tu

$110(R) • $132(N)

11:00 am–12:00 pm $110(R) • $132(N)

Register online!

www.danville.ca.gov/recguide

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Sports & Martial Arts

5 & under

Baseball

Gymastics

SKYHAWKS TOT BASEBALL LEAGUE NEW!

PARENT AND ME GYMNASTICS

Age 3.5–4Y | Skyhawks Staff

Through fast-paced instructional circuits, developmental games, and team scrimmages, participants learn the fundamentals of baseball in a positive environment with lots of encouragement and a big focus on FUN! Our age-appropriate curriculum, modified equipment, and highly trained staff provide a safe environment where kids can develop at their own pace. Our primary development objectives include throwing, catching, hitting, base-running, offensive/ defensive strategy, self-esteem, teamwork, and sportsmanship! All participants receive a Skyhawks t-shirt and award medal. Gymnasium at Baldwin Elementary School No class 4/2, 4/4, 4/30, 5/2 # 19562 Mar 26–May 30 Tu/Th 5:15 pm–6:15 pm

$239(R) • $287(N)

Age 1.5–3Y | California Gymnastic Services Staff

Parents and little ones explore, run, jump, hop, crawl, dance, sing and play parachute games. This class helps develop social and motor skills. Parent participation is required. Ballroom at Oak Hill Park # 19149 Apr 10–May 1 W # 19152 May 8–May 29

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9:30 am–10:15 am

$68(R) • $82(N)

9:30 am–10:15 am

$68(R) • $82(N)

TINY TUMBLERS GYMNASTICS

Age 3–5Y | California Gymnastic Services Staff

Classes are designed to enhance your child’s motor development and confidence. Emphasis is placed on learning beginning gymnastics skills in a fun and social environment. Ballroom at Oak Hill Park # 19150 Apr 10–May 1 W # 19153 May 8–May 29

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10:20 am–11:05 am

$68(R) • $82(N)

10:20 am–11:05 am

$68(R) • $82(N)

Basketball WEE HOOP DRIBBLERS: PARENT PARTICIPATION

WEE HOOP JUMP SHOOTERS Age 3–4Y | Wee Hoop Staff

Age 1.5–3Y | Wee Hoop Staff

Introduce your child to the sport of basketball in a safe, fun, and age-appropriate environment. This parent-child class focuses on gross motor skills like throwing and making baskets on a 2.5-foot hoop. It involves lots of repetition so children can experience the sheer joy of mastering a skill. Activities include catching bubbles, parachute games, and singing. Basketball Courts at Diablo Vista Park No class 4/2, 5/7 # 19623 Mar 19–May 21 Tu 9:45 am–10:15 am

Introduce your child to the sport of basketball in a safe, fun, and age-appropriate environment. This class helps children to develop physical feats such as balancing on one foot and hopping. It also introduces basketball skills based upon their increased coordination. At this level, parents are encouraged to take on a supportive role with lots of high-fives and praise from the sideline. Gymnasium at Diablo Vista Middle School No class 4/21 # 19314 Mar 24–May 19 Su 11:00 am–11:40 am $120(R) • $144(N)

$120(R) • $144(N)

Gymnasium at Diablo Vista Middle School No class 4/21 # 19313 Mar 24–May 19 Su 10:20 am–10:55 am $120(R) • $144(N)

WEE HOOP HOT SHOTS

Age 4–5Y | Wee Hoop Staff

Introduce your child to the sport of basketball in a safe, fun, and age-appropriate environment. This class places more of an emphasis on developing basketball skills and learning basic rules of the game. Over time, children will be able to use their skills and knowledge in controlled, instructional scrimmages. The activities in this class will encourage teamwork and new friendships. Basketball Courts at Diablo Vista Park No class 4/2, 5/7 # 19624 Mar 19–May 21 Tu 10:20 am–11:05 am $120(R) • $144(N) Gymnasium at Diablo Vista Middle School No class 4/21 # 19315 Mar 24–May 19 Su 11:45 am–12:30 pm $120(R) • $144(N)

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5 & UNDER

Soccer KIDZ LOVE SOCCER MOMMY/DADDY & ME

KIDZ LOVE SOCCER

Introduce your toddler to soccer! As you participate in our fun age-appropriate activities together, your child will be developing their motor and socialization skills.

Enjoy running and kicking just like the big kids! Children will have fun and learn the basic techniques of the game! Kids receive a jersey!

Soccer Field at Osage Station Park No class 5/25 # 19137 Apr 13–Jun 8 Sa 3:15 pm–3:45 pm

Soccer Field at Osage Station Park No class 5/25

Age 2–3.5Y | Kidz Love Soccer Staff

# 19131 Apr 18–Jun 6

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9:30 am–10:00 am

$110(R) • $132(N) $110(R) • $132(N)

Age 3.5–5Y | Kidz Love Soccer Staff

Tot Soccer, 3.5–4Y # 19138 Apr 13–Jun 8

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4:00 pm–4:30 pm

$110(R) • $132(N)

# 19135 Apr 18–Jun 6

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5:35 pm–6:05 pm

$110(R) • $132(N)

Tot/Pre-Soccer, 3.5–5Y # 19132 Apr 18–Jun 6

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10:10 am–10:45 am $110(R) • $132(N)

# 19136 Apr 18–Jun 6

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5:00 pm–5:35 pm

$110(R) • $132(N)

# 19139 Apr 13–Jun 8

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4:30 pm–5:05 pm

$110(R) • $132(N)

Pre-Soccer, 4–5Y

Register online!

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Art & Craft

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Just 4 Girls Art Club

Spectacular Spring Acrylic Painting

Age 5–10Y | Debbie Wardrope

Age 5.5–10Y | Zina Kassab

MINI ME! This month we’ll be making our own “Mini Me” doll, a room shadowbox and more!

Art Room at Danville Community Center # 19599 Mar 21 Th 3:45 pm–5:00 pm

$30(R) • $36(N)

HELLO HAPPY HORSES! Girls love horses! This month we’ll be making a big horse portrait, a cute standing pony and more. Art Room at Danville Community Center # 19600 Apr 25 Th 3:45 pm–5:00 pm

$30(R) • $36(N)

PERFECTLY PAMPERED! Join us for a fun day of creating a spa girl collage, a cute spa painting on canvas and more! Art Room at Danville Community Center # 19601 May 30 Th 3:45 pm–5:00 pm

$30(R) • $36(N)

Join us in painting all things spring! We will paint a colorful butterfly, a bright lady bug and a beautiful blossoming tree. Children will use a variety of materials to create their masterpieces! $8 Materials fee due to the instructor on the first day of class. Art Room at Danville Community Center No class 4/2 # 19606 Mar 19–Apr 23 Tu 3:30 pm–5:00 pm

$100(R) • $120(N)

Splatter Acrylic Painting Age 5.5–10Y | Zina Kassab

Come have fun with acrylics! We will use splatter technique to paint flowers, trees, cars and rocket ships. Children will also experiment with sponge painting, rollers, brushes and more! $8 Materials fee due to instructor on the first day of class. Art Room at Danville Community Center # 19610 Apr 30–May 28 Tu 3:30 pm–5:00 pm

$100(R) • $120(N)

Paint Along Party Age 9–13Y | Debbie Wardrope

Paint along with local artist, Debbie Wardrope. Each month, we’ll be painting with acrylic paints on canvas and each month will have a different theme. This is a great way to learn painting fundamentals including composition, color mixing, shape, value, proportion and more while having fun creating art. $10 Materials fee payable directly to instructor on first day of class.

IMPRESSIONIST PAINTING In this art workshop we will learn about the impressionists painters like Monet, Renoir, Cassatt and more! Be inspired by these artists and learn how to create your own masterpiece. Art Room at Danville Community Center # 19526 Apr 26 F 3:45 pm–5:15 pm

$35(R) • $42(N)

SPRING FLOWERS In this art workshop we will paint a Mt. Diablo poppy landscape on canvas and learn how to design artwork using large-scale shapes. Discover how light impacts the landscape and how to create atmospheric perspective. Art Room at Danville Community Center # 19527 May 31 F 3:45 pm–5:15 pm

$35(R) • $42(N)

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Age 5–10Y | Debbie Wardrope

EASTER FUN

Art Room at Danville Community Center # 19602 Apr 18 Th 3:45 pm–5:15 pm

$35(R) • $42(N)

MAY FLOWERS

Art Room at Danville Community Center # 19603 May 2 Th 3:45 pm–5:15 pm

$35(R) • $42(N)

Age 5–10Y | Debbie Wardrope

PRINT IT! Come explore the wonderful world of printmaking with us as we look at the beautiful prints in the Art Gallery created by the artists of the California Printmakers Association. You will learn about all the different kinds of printmaking, then you will create your own cool prints trying out different printmaking techniques. Village Theatre Art Gallery # 20549 Apr 11 Th

3:45 pm–5:00 pm

$15(R) • $18(N)

SPLISH SPLASH SPLATTER! Join us as we play with watercolor and other water-based media and view the show by the California Watercolor Association in fun and creative ways. Village Theatre Art Gallery # 20560 May 23 Th

3:45 pm–5:00 pm

Kitchen at Danville Community Center No class 4/3 # 19191 Mar 20–Apr 24 W 5:00 pm–6:30 pm

$250(R) • $300(N)

$15(R) • $18(N)

Black Dragon Chess

INTO THE BLUE! Blue, Blue, Blue! Come to the Art Gallery to see this exhibition that is all about the color blue! You’ll take a tour of the art gallery to see all of the different artwork that all has one thing in common: blue! Then you will create your own “into the blue” theme art such as oceans, space, skies and more! The possibilities are endless! Village Theatre Art Gallery # 20550 Jul 25 Th

New 5-week session. Cooking with Kids inspires kids to enjoy healthy food. Kids eat what they cook. Our goal is to make your children fall in love with healthy eating. Young chefs have fun while learning a valuable life skill. The class includes how to grocery shop, understand food labels, work safely in the kitchen, work in a team, proper clean up and more. $20 Materials fee due to instructor on first day of class.

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Young @ Art

Age 4–6Y | Cooking With Kids Staff

Lifelong Learning & Development

We’ll be making a beautiful 3-D flower collage, a poppy print, and a rose painting on canvas.

Busy Bee Cooks

3:45 pm–5:00 pm

$15(R) • $18(N)

Age 6–12Y | J.B. McCann

Introduce your child to the elegant, centuries-old game of Chess! Studies have shown clear academic, social and cognitive benefits for chess-playing children, but most importantly, it’s fun! Students will learn how the pieces move, the rules of play, and basic strategies (including opening principles and attacking ideas). Classes will include supervised play amongst the students, with an emphasis on good sportsmanship. Las Trampas Room at Danville Community Center No class 3/27, 4/3 # 19168 Mar 20–May 22 W 4:00 pm–5:00 pm $159(R) • $191(N)

Register online!

www.danville.ca.gov/recguide

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We’ll be creating a darling chick in an egg project, a bunny in a basket shadowbox, and much more!

Cooking

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Little Veterinarian School Age 5–10Y | Little Medical School Staff

Little Veterinarian School encourages students to explore the exciting world of veterinarians. Using interactive demonstrations, crafts and games, kids learn how to take care of a pet and use instruments that real veterinarians use. $20 Materials fee due to the instructor on the first day of class. Lounge at Danville Community Center No class 4/2 # 19392 Mar 19–May 14 Tu 4:00 pm–5:00 pm

$160(R) • $192(N)

Tips to Becoming a Successful Writer & Presenter

Young Masters: Writing & Creativity Skill

Age 9–12Y | Gurus Education Staff

Age 7–10Y | Gurus Education Staff

Kids not only learn how to write creatively but also to think critically and impact an audience effectively and confidently. We work on delivering descriptive and expository speeches on current issues, through powerful presentations. Our goal is to develop well-rounded individuals… and provide HANDS ON experience in each class!!

One skill that every leader acquires is Strong Speaking Skills!! Bring out the confidence in your children in eight easy steps. We emphasize on teaching the techniques to think critically, write effectively and lessen speaker anxiety. We make learning EASY & FUN and prepare them for SUCCESS!!

Lounge at Danville Community Center # 19399 Apr 11–May 16 Th 4:35 pm–5:35 pm

Lounge at Danville Community Center # 19398 Apr 11–May 16 Th 3:30 pm–4:30 pm

$155(R) • $186(N)

$155(R) • $186(N)

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Age 4–10Y | Grace + Zen

Learn the basics of yoga, relaxation and mindfulness in a fun, kid-friendly way! Please wear comfortable clothing and bring your own yoga mat.

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Kids Yoga

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Performing Arts & Dance

Danville Community Center No class 4/2 # 19390 Mar 19–May 14 Tu 4:30 pm–5:30 pm $160(R) • $192(N)

Broadway Stars Age 7–12Y | Studio 8 Staff

Come join the fun, and let your inner “Broadway Star” shine in Musical Theater Production! All participants will sing, act, and dance, performing scenes, songs and dance from a popular musical theater production. Basic costume accessories and/ or props provided. Students will work hard to prepare for a musical performance for family and friends at the end of the session. $25 Materials fee due to instructor on first day of class. Dress code for class: comfortable athletic wear, jazz shoes or bare feet, hair up away from face.

Studio 8 Performing Arts Center, San Ramon No class 4/3 # 19532 Mar 20–May 29 W 4:30 pm–5:30 pm

$200(R) • $240(N)

Age 5–7Y | Studio 8 Staff

A great class for students who want to move & groove! A combination class that combines fun and funky hip hop moves to age appropriate hip hop music as well as jazz and ballet basics. A great introduction for the young dancer to jazz, ballet and hip hop. This class encourages creative learning while giving your child a strong foundation in dance. This class is excellent for developing coordination and rhythm. Dance wear and ballet shoes required. Please wear hair away from face. Studio 8 Performing Arts Center, San Ramon No class 4/3 # 19529 Mar 20–May 29 W 2:45 pm–3:30 pm

$190(R) • $228(N)

Sunshine Vocal Performance Program

Hip Hop & Gymnastics Age 7–12Y | Studio 8 Staff

For students who want to move and shake & are interested in physically challenging activities. A great combination class that combines fun and funky hip hop moves to age appropriate hip hop music and exciting elements of gymnastics. The class will incorporate learning hip hop moves and choreography while also learning gymnastics skills. Please wear athletic wear, clean sneakers and hair up away from face. Studio 8 Performing Arts Center, San Ramon No class 4/4 # 19531 Mar 21–May 30 Th 6:30 pm–7:30 pm

Register online!

Junior Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop

Age 6–8Y | Lorrie Harris

Inspired by hit shows American Idol and Star Search, this vocal performance program is designed to help young people develop their musical talents in a fun, professional environment. This includes one-on-one training using real microphones on a real stage! There will be a final performance at the Village Theatre. Village Theatre Art Gallery No class 4/1, 4/2 # 19535 Mar 19–Jun 4 M/Tu 6:00 pm–7:00 pm

$180(R) • $204(N)

$190(R) • $228(N)

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You never know what Hollywood Celebrity might have dinner at the Blockbuster Cantina. And Big Budget movie gossip is always on the menu. The staff at the cantina try to keep the food and fun flowing smoothly. Whether it’s drama or slapstick, there’s always a happy ending. Or a pie in the face. Activities include auditioning, rehearsing and basic theatre skills. Each child receives personalized support and guidance. Good reading skills a plus. Class culminates in five performances at the Village Theatre May 16–19, 2019. Class meeting locations will be given out at first day of class. # 19534 Mar 19–May 19 Tu/Th 3:30 pm–4:45 pm $445(R) • $522(N)

School Break programs

Age 7–14Y | Jeff Seaberg

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Theatre Performance Workshop

Spring Break Camp Age 4–11Y | Town Staff

Take a sneak peek Under the Big Top. Are your kids anxious for summer to start? Get a sneak peek of what’s in store for the summer at Spring Break camp! Children will participate in a variety of games and activities and create several arts and crafts projects. Bring completed forms to the first day of camp. Children should wear comfortable, layered clothing and closed toe shoes. Bring a snack, a sack lunch and water. Choose single dates or join us for the whole week. Must be potty-trained to participate.

Danville Community Center 9:30 am–3:00 pm | $35(R) • $42(N) per day Theme

Date Day 4–7Y 7–11Y

Under the Big Top Sneak Peek

Apr 1–5

M–F

#19378

#19377

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Information: (925) 314-3400


3D Printing

GET AN EARLY START

Age 7–11Y | Siliconvalley4u

Age 7–9Y | Any Kid Can Code Staff

Kids will be introduced to computer science and begin coding with Scratch. They will learn to code while drawing on their creativity and imagination for which Scratch is uniquely suited. In the class, they will work on fun coding projects, learn computational thinking and problem solving, essential skills for the 21st century. Must be familiar with using a mouse/ trackpad. $15 Materials fee due to the instructor on the first day of class.

Mt. Diablo Room at Danville Library # 19452 Apr 24–May 15 W 5:15 pm–6:30 pm

Join us for this season’s session to learn basics of 3D printing. This course will teach you the basics of 3D modeling and printing, converting images to 3D models, and critical basic concepts in slash. The course will uncover the core processes behind 3D printing and reveal one of the most powerful capabilities of the 3D printing revolution—that it’s accessible to anyone. $45 Materials/supplies fee due to instructor at first class. http://www.siliconvalley4u.com Meeting Room at Oak Hill Park No class 4/2 # 19155 Mar 19–May 21 Tu 3:45 pm–4:45 pm

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Any Kid Can Code

$360(R) • $432(N)

$145(R) • $174(N)

CODING WITH SCRATCH

Age 9–12Y | Any Kid Can Code Staff

$145(R) • $174(N)

Robotics Fun!

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Mt. Diablo Room at Danville Library No class 4/3 # 19453 Mar 20–Apr 17 W 5:15 pm–6:30 pm

Special Events

Kids will be introduced to computer science and begin coding with Scratch. They will learn to code while drawing on their creativity and imagination for which Scratch is uniquely suited. In the class, they will work on fun coding projects, learn computational thinking and problem solving, essential skills for the 21st century. Must be familiar with a using mouse/trackpad. $15 Materials fee due to the instructor on the first day of class.

Age 7–11Y | Siliconvalley4u

During this session, kids will jump into robotics, programming logic, & structural design with VEX. The kids will learn to write programs, use them, test them. Students will build a strong foundation of coding & robotics skills for their tech future. Kids are taught engineering basics with an emphasis on exploration & trial & error field testing. Material fees will be used for laptop usage, access to Dropbox, USB with all programs we plan to do in class as well as the program the student creates. $45 Materials/supplies fee due to instructor at first class. It is an absolute fun enriching class— kids tinkering and creating programs. Grades 2 & up. Lounge at Danville Community Center No class 4/3 # 19162 Mar 20–May 29 W 4:00 pm–5:30 pm

$399(R) • $478(N)

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss Age 4-9Y | Town Staff

The Town of Danville and the Danville Library invite you to join the fun and festivities at the 11th Annual Dr. Seuss Birthday Party! Don’t miss your favorite Dr. Seuss stories, fun and zany crafts, and many more surprises! Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Due to the expansion of the event, parents are required to attend with their child. Siblings under the age of four can attend at a discounted rate. For more information, call the Danville Community Center at (925) 314-3400. Danville Community Center # 18534 Mar 1 F

4:30 pm-6:00 pm

# 18533 Additional Siblings, ages 1-3Y

Register online!

www.danville.ca.gov/recguide

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Kids’ Night Out Age 3–11Y | Town Staff

Kids need a night out, too! Come create arts & crafts, play games, eat a snack and enjoy a movie! Feel free to come dressed up along with the theme for the month! Trained recreation staff will provide all the fun, excitement and supervision. Children are welcome to bring a sleeping bag and pillow for the movie. Pre-registration is required. Children must be potty-trained to attend (without any assistance). No pull-ups. Be sure to bring I.D. upon pick-up. Note: each family can sign up for one Kids’ Night Out event per month. Valley Oak Room at Danville Community Center Fridays, 6:30–10:30 pm | $22(R) • $26(N) Theme

Date

3–6Y 7–11Y

Circus Time

Apr 12 Apr 26

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#19413 #19415

Incredible Adventures

May 10 May 24

#19416 #19410

#19417 #19411

Eggstravaganza Age 1–9Y | Town Staff

Hop down to the Danville Community Center for a fun-filled morning of egg hunts, arts and crafts, face painting, and more. Hunts are organized by age so every child has equal opportunity to find eight treasure-filled eggs. The time slot you register for is for the egg-hunt only; families are encouraged to come experience all of the other fun activities within the session you signed up for. Bring your camera and take your little one’s picture with the Spring Bunny. Event will take place rain or shine. No refunds will be given due to inclement weather. Pre-registration is required. Town Green at Danville Community Center Saturday, April 20 | $6(R) • $8(N) | Pre-registration required

EGG HUNT TIMES

Session 1: 9:00 am–11:00 am # 17389 1Y

9:15 am–9:30 am

# 17390 2Y

9:30 am–9:45 am

# 17391 3Y

9:45 am–10:00 am

# 17392 4Y

10:00 am–10:15 am

# 17393 5Y

10:15 am–10:30 am

# 17394 6–9Y

10:30 am–10:45 am

Session 2: 11:30 am–1:30 pm # 17395 1Y

11:30 am–11:45 am

# 17396 2Y

12:00 pm–12:15 pm

# 17397 3Y

12:15 pm–12:30 pm

# 17398 4Y

12:30 pm–12:45 pm

# 17399 5Y

12:45 pm–1:00 pm

# 17400 6–9Y

1:00 pm–1:15 pm

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Family Disc Golf Tournament Age 6Y & Up | Town Staff

JEDI TRAINING

Age 3–10Y | Town Staff

On May the 4th, the Town of Danville is celebrating all things Star Wars! This fee is to participate in the Jedi Training activities taking place on the Town Green from 3:00–5:00 pm. Costumes are encouraged. For more information or to register, call the Danville Community Center at (925) 314-3400. Danville Community Center # 17388 May 4

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3:00 pm–4:30 pm

$5

# 20559 May 4

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3:30 pm–5:00 pm

$5

BREAKFAST WITH A JEDI

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8:15–9:15 am

$5

# 20626 May 4

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9:30–10:30 am

$5

CANTINA CRAWL & COSTUME CONTEST All Ages | Town Staff

It’s a Star Wars Costume contest for Jedis and Sith alike! Sign up at the Village Theatre by 4:30 pm on May 4 to be entered to win individual, group costume, Dark Side or Light Side. The costume contest itself begins at 5:30 pm. Prizes to the winners of each category! It’s also a great time to pick up a map for all of the participating restaurants and establishments on the family friendly Cantina Crawl. 5:30–6:30 pm

Looking for more ways to celebrate Star Wars? A free scavenger hunt will start and end at the Danville Community Center anytime between 11:00 am–5:00 pm. The first 100 participants to finish will receive a grab bag of Jedi treasures.

# 20578 June 16

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9:30 am–10:30 am

$15(R) • $18(N)

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10:45 am–12:00 pm

$30(R) • $36(N)

FAMILY/FRIENDS SCRAMBLE # 20561 June 16

Sports & Martial Arts

# 20625 May 4

Register online!

# 20588 June 16

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Calling all Padawans! The Jedis have taken time off from defending the Galaxy, to join you and your family for a morning of Jedi fun, breakfast and a little entertainment.

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OPEN/INDIVIDUAL PAIRS SCRAMBLE

All Ages | Town Staff

# 20623 May 4

Oak Hill Park

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$35(R) • $42(N)

10:30 am–12:00 pm

Basketball WEE HOOP BALLERS

Age 6–8Y | Wee Hoop Staff

Introduce your child to the sport of basketball in a safe, fun, and age-appropriate environment. This class places more of an emphasis on developing basketball skills and learning basic rules of the game. Over time, children will be able to use their skills and knowledge in controlled, instructional scrimmages. The activities in this class will encourage teamwork and new friendships. This class is for children with prior basketball experience. It incorporates one-on-one drills, introduces team dynamics and includes game play. Gymnasium at Diablo Vista Middle School No class 4/21 # 19622 Mar 24–May 19 Su 12:35 pm–1:35 pm

www.danville.ca.gov/recguide

$120(R) • $144(N)

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May the 4th Be With You

Come join us for our first exhibition 9-hole disc golf tourney at Oak Hill Park for some community fun. Everyone can play when it’s a scramble. Sign up as an individual, pair or family. We will have two rounds of disc golf. You can sign up for the scramble tournament or individual tourney. This tournament is for beginners/intermediate players and fans of the game. We will have a shot gun start time for the individual tourney starting at 8:30 am. The family friendly scramble tournament will start at 10:30 am. Everyone will be assigned a hole to start off from for each tournament. Teams of two will be paired up to play their scramble round with other teams of two as needed. Family teams can consist of 2–4 participants of all ages utilizing the best shot and score combination from the round. You can bring your own disc golf disc. We will also provide everyone with a complementary disc for the tournament. Tournament Rules for a scramble style tournament: In scramble format, all players tee off, choose which shot is best and all play their next shots from the location of the best shot. Play continues in this fashion for all of the nine holes.


Gymnastics YOUTH GYMNASTICS

Age 5.5–8Y | California Gymnastic Services Staff

Students will improve strength, flexibility, and coordination while learning beginning gymnastic skills on floor, bars, low beam and vaulting. Classes are taught in a fun, non-competitive environment. Valley Oak Room at Danville Community Center No class 5/1 # 19151 Apr 10–May 29 W 4:30 pm–5:15 pm

$119(R) • $142(N)

Karate (Shorin-ryu) Age 6–12Y | Shivaani Pal

Shorin-Ryu uses natural body movements that greatly enhance a beginner’s ability to learn. A variety of self-defense techniques are taught with emphasis on blocking, punching and kicking. Occasional sparring is practiced. White Gi (uniform) is required and can be purchased from the instructor. Valley Oak Room at Danville Community Center No class 3/30, 4/6, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4 # 20613 Mar 20–May 29 W

5:45 pm–6:45 pm

$78(R) • $94(N)

# 20616 Mar 23–Jun 1

9:30 am–10:30 am

$50(R) • $60(N)

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Soccer KIDZ LOVE SOCCER 1: TECHNIQUES & TEAMWORK

Age 5–6Y | Kidz Love Soccer Staff

Learn dribbling, passing, defense and shooting goals! Perfect for first time players while being fun and engaging for kids with some experience. Soccer Field at Osage Station Park No class 5/25 # 19140 Apr 13–Jun 8 Sa 2:20 pm–3:05 pm # 19133 Apr 18–Jun 6

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3:30 pm–4:00 pm

$110(R) • $132(N) $110(R) • $132(N)

KIDZ LOVE SOCCER 2: SKILLZ & SCRIMMAGES Age 7–10Y | Kidz Love Soccer Staff

Have a great time while developing core soccer skills like dribbling, passing and shooting in a team play format. All levels are welcome! Soccer Field at Osage Station Park # 19134 Apr 18–Jun 6 Th 4:15 pm–5:00 pm

$110(R) • $132(N)

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Tennis

Volleyball

JUNIOR TENNIS LESSONS

CLUB V.I.P. YOUTH PROGRESSIVE VOLLEYBALL

The Town of Danville offers top-flight instruction from tennis professional, John DeMartini. He is a USPTA Elite Professional. John has been a teaching pro for over twenty years, formerly at Stanford University. He has extensive experience providing instruction to students of all ages and levels. This tennis program features classes for all skill levels and limits class size to 4–7 students, for individualized instruction. Proper tennis attire and tennis racket required. Bring one unopened can of tennis balls to first class.

The intent of this class is to work with interested players and teach them the fundamental skills used in volleyball. They will be taught how to pass, set, serve, and spike in a fun atmosphere. Our hopes are to establish a great foundation that will excite them to continue to Club V.I.P.’s Girls Leagues.

Age 6–12Y | John DeMartini

Age 8–11Y | VIP Volleyball Staff

# 19173 May 8–May 29

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6:00 pm–7:00 pm

$55(R) • $66(N) $55(R) • $66(N)

Tennis Courts at Osage Station Park No class 5/27 Fees: $150(R) • $180(N)

Beginner: Needs instruction on the basics: grips, ground strokes, serve, volley.

# 19192 Apr 1–Jun 3

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3:30 pm–4:30 pm

9–12Y

# 19194 Apr 2–May 28

Tu

3:30 pm–4:30 pm

6–8Y

# 19196 Apr 3–May 29

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2:30 pm–3:30 pm

6–8Y

Advanced Beginner: Understands grips, ground strokes, and can begin to control serve. # 19201 Apr 3–May 29

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3:30 pm–4:30 pm

9–12Y

# 20587 Apr 5–May 31

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3:30 pm–4:30 pm

9–12Y

Intermediate: Can rally with other students, volley, and

control serve consistently. # 19200 Apr 4–May 30

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3:30 pm–4:30 pm

6–8Y

Advanced Intermediate: Consistent placement with ground strokes and serves with spin.

Recreation

Adaptive

# 20540 Apr 2–May 28

Tu

4:30 pm–5:30 pm

9–12Y

Recreation Activities for the Developmentally Disabled (RADD) RADD BOWLING

Age 8Y & Up | Town Staff

This is a recreation class for participants with developmental disabilities. This is a fun, recreational class where participants will learn bowling basics such as approach, strikes, spares, and frames. Includes three games and shoe rental. Meet at the Danville Bowl. Please call (925) 314-3403 for more information. Danville Bowl No class 4/1 # 20620 Mar 18–May 20

Register online!

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3:15 pm–4:45 pm

$80(R) • $96(N)

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Gymnasium at Los Cerros Middle School # 19174 Apr 10–May 1 W 6:00 pm–7:00 pm


Seascape Sketching for Teens

Age 11–18Y | Raise Your Voice Staff

Age 10–16Y | Zina Kassab

Learn how to sketch the ocean with its surroundings of rocks, mountains and trees and their reflection in still or moving water. Students will get step-by-step instruction. All levels are welcome! Bring your own seascape photo or use one of the ones provided to the class. $10 Materials fee due to instructor at first class.

Las Trampas Room at Danville Community Center No class 4/4 # 20545 Mar 28–May 9 Th 4:00 pm–5:00 pm $50(R) • $60(N)

First& Safety Aid

Acrylic Painting for Teens

Art Room at Danville Community Center No class 4/1 # 19385 Mar 18–Apr 15 M 3:30 pm–5:00 pm

Age 10–16Y | Zina Kassab

Art Room at Danville Community Center No class 4/3 # 19383 Mar 20–Apr 24 W 3:30 pm–5:00 pm # 19382 May 1–May 29

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3:30 pm–5:00 pm

$90(R) • $108(N) $90(R) • $108(N)

Landscape Sketching for Teens Age 10–16Y | Zina Kassab

Learn how to sketch the beautiful outdoors and its basic elements of trees, grass, sky, hills, rocks and water. You will learn correct proportion, perspective and contrast. All levels are welcome! Bring your own landscape photo or use one of the provided ones. $10 Materials fee due to instructor on the first day of class. Art Room at Danville Community Center # 19384 Apr 22–May 13 M 3:30 pm–5:00 pm

$72(R) • $86(N)

$72(R) • $86(N)

Babysitting for Beginners Age 10–14Y | Suzy McCreary

Learn the skills needed to be a trusted and responsible babysitter. Learn all about child development, bedtime strategies, discipline, how to get jobs, and ways to make babysitting fun for you and the kids. Basic first aid, general safety, and what to do in an emergency will also be covered. Class does not include First Aid certification. Students should bring a snack, lunch and water bottle. Dress in layers to play outside and clothing appropriate to sit on the floor for activities.

Swain House at Hap Magee Ranch Park # 19380 Apr 28 Su 9:00 am–2:00 pm

Lifelong Learning & Development

Learn all about painting with acrylics, with emphasis on composition, color mixing and brush work. Participants will also learn all about acrylic techniques and textures. Students will be guided with a step-by-step instruction and no experience necessary. $8 Materials fee due to instructor on first day of class.

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Art & Craft

Raise Your Voice is designed to teach public speaking skills to students with learning differences. This program strives to build self-confidence, improve self-advocacy skills, and be more comfortable around others. Sign up to give your child a voice. Prerequisites for this class include: student is open to learning public speaking; student will be positive; Student is respectful of others and classroom norms; student is able to speak verbally. This class welcomes people of all abilities.

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Recreation

Adaptive

Raise Your Voice

$58(R) • $69(N)

Online Driver Education Course Age 14–18Y | AllGood Driving School Inc. Staff

An interactive, fun and educational program with all work completed online any time with immediate test results. Coursework can be completed at any time of day or night. DMV-accepted certificate received when course is passed. You will receive a confirmation email from AllGood Driving School within 72 hours with directions on how to proceed. There are no refunds once registered. Classes do not include behind the wheel driving. This course is offered online only.

Online # 19393 Mar 18–Dec 24 Online

$29(R) • $35(N)

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Danville Youth Council

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The Danville Youth Council (DYC) is an engaged and energetic group of middle school and high school students interested in bettering their community. The DYC is a great opportunity to improve your leadership skills, give back to the community and make a difference for your fellow students. DYC members address teen issues in the community, communicate needs to the local decision makers, educate their peers through social media and events, and help design better recreational opportunities for teens in our area. The DYC meets 4:30–5:30 pm, once a month from September–May in the Town Meeting Hall. Submit an application to be considered for membership in the 2019/2020 school year from April 8–19, 2019 at www.danville.ca.gov/DYC. For more information, contact Jessica Wallner, Program Supervisor, at (925) 314-3402 or jwallner@danville.ca.gov.

VolunTEENS: Counselor in Training Program

Tweens Yoga

Age 13–17Y | Lauren Brown

This age group focuses on techniques of self-confidence and outer strength are some key elements. Tweens will have the opportunity to do partner poses helping encourage teamwork, building strength, confidence, and providing non-competitive alternatives. Classes introduce more complicated poses that require a greater attention to full-body coordination—such as arm balances, hip openers, inversions and restorative yoga. Through discussions, mindful games and breathing and meditation techniques, deeper explanations of yoga concepts are explored in a supportive, fun atmosphere.

Age 9–13Y | Sahar Berjis

Counselors In Training (CITs) learn game leading techniques, discipline strategies, and how to gain and keep the attention of children in a summer day camp setting. Participants register for one of the interview time slots. If selected for a position, the counselor in training must commit to volunteering three consecutive weeks at one of our four camp sites in addition to attending our mandatory parent and CIT meeting on May 7. CITs will also be invited to attend various staff training sessions June 4–7. If selected for the program, there is a program fee of $50 for residents and $60 for non-residents. Instructions for registering and payment will be provided upon acceptance. Meeting Rooms at Oak Hill Park # 19431 May 1 W 3:45 pm–5:15 pm # 19430 May 2

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3:45 pm–5:15 pm

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Free

Las Trampas Room at Danville Community Center No class 4/5 # 19223 Mar 29–Apr 19 F 3:45 pm–4:45 pm # 19224 May 10–May 31 F

3:45 pm–4:45 pm

$65(R) • $78(N) $65(R) • $78(N)

Free

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Special Events

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Age 11–18Y | Town Staff

It’s a race around Danville! Middle school and high school teams of four will race around Downtown Danville participating in various activities to get to their next clue and win the grand prize! Activities include improv skits, balancing acts, blindfold eating and more! Dress up in spirit, get ready to run and go, go, go! Team captains must sign up the entire team and fill out all custom questions at danville.ca.gov/recguide. Signups close on Friday, March 1 at 5:00 pm. Look out for a detailed email a week prior to the event. Danville Community Center # 19458 Mar 16 Sa

1:00 pm–4:00 pm

Sports & Martial Arts

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Danville Amazing Race

$20 Per Team

Karate KARATE (SHORIN-RYU)

Age 13Y & Up | Shivaani Pal

Shorin-Ryu uses natural body movements that greatly enhance a beginner’s ability to learn. A variety of self-defense techniques are taught with emphasis on blocking, punching and kicking. Occasional sparring is practiced. White Gi (uniform) is required and can be purchased from the instructor.

Valley Oak Room at Danville Community Center No class 3/30, 4/6, 4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4 # 20618 Mar 20–May 29 W 6:50 pm–8:05 pm # 20611 Mar 23–Jun 1

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10:30 am–11:45 am

$78(R) • $94(N) $50(R) • $60(N)

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Volleyball CLUB V.I.P SPRING GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE Age 11–14Y | VIP Volleyball Staff

Gymnasium at Diablo Vista Middle School No class 4/3 # 19175 Mar 27–May 1 W 7:00 pm–9:00 pm

TEEN

The purpose of the Club V.I.P. Spring League is to give young athletes in the local area the opportunity to learn, play, and enjoy the sport of volleyball. Each of the teams in the program will have a Club V.I.P. club coach running practices and supervising tournaments. The Spring Volleyball League acts as an introduction to the team aspect of volleyball for young athletes. The season will include skills instructional practices and developmental team play. We will need parent volunteers to help coach teams during tournaments. Volunteers will receive instruction by our Club Coaches during practice sessions.

$269(R) • $323(N)

CLUB V.I.P. TEEN PROGRESSIVE VOLLEYBALL Age 12–14Y | VIP Volleyball Staff

Finally, a volleyball class geared for young athletes interested in learning more about volleyball. The intent of this class is to work with interested players and teach them the fundamental skills used on volleyball teams. They will be taught how to pass, set, serve, and spike in a fun atmosphere. Our hopes are to establish a great foundation that will excite them to continue to Club V.I.P.s Recreational Leagues.

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Gymnasium at Los Cerros Middle School # 19172 May 8–29 W 6:00 pm–7:00 pm

$55(R) • $66(N)

Teen Center Membership Welcome to our Teen Center Membership program! The Town of Danville is offering a variety of clubs and enrichment activities to make the most of your middle school student’s afterschool hours. Teen Center membership includes Town Staff led programming of outdoor games, art activities, food crafts, a daily snack and much more! Visit http://www.danville.ca.gov/Teens for more information about our Teen Center Membership.

Charlotte Wood Teen Center # 18373 Apr 8 – May 31 2:45 pm–5:30 pm

$50

Diablo Vista Teen Center # 18375 Apr 8 – May 31 2:45 pm–5:30 pm

$50

Los Cerros Teen Center # 18377 Apr 8 – May 31

$50

2:45 pm–5:30 pm

Register online!

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Art & Craft

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Drawing for Everyone Age 18Y & Up | Debbie Wardrope

Always wanted to learn how to draw or improve your drawing skills? Come join us as we learn about and work on the fundamentals of drawing including space, proportion, value and perspective.

Art Room at Danville Community Center # 20551 Apr 9–Apr 30 Tu 7:00 pm–9:00 pm

$95(R) • $115(N)

Intro to Acrylic Painting Age 18Y & Up | Zina Kassab

In this class you will learn about composition, depth, scale, color mixing and brush work techniques. Choose what you want to paint: a beautiful landscape or an elegant still life. We will paint using inspiration from a photo, bring your own or use one provided by instructor. All levels are welcome. $8 Materials fee due to instructor on the first day of class. Art Room at Danville Community Center No class on 4/3 # 19607 Mar 20–Apr 24 W 11:30 am–1:30 pm # 19612 May 1–May 29

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11:30 am–1:30 pm

$100(R) • $120(N) $100(R) • $120(N)

Intro to Sketching Age 18Y & Up | Zina Kassab

Learn how to sketch basic objects, correct proportions, understand perspective and contrast. Students will learn how to use the different sketch pencils and drawing techniques. We will sketch both landscapes and still-lifes. Students will get step-by-step instructions. All levels are welcome. $10 Materials fee due to instructor on the first day of class. Art Room at Danville Community Center No class 4/2 # 19605 Mar 19–Apr 23 Tu 1:00 pm–3:00 pm # 19609 Apr 30–May 28

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1:00 pm–3:00 pm

$100(R) • $120(N)

Oil & Acrylic Painting Age 18Y & Up | Charles White

Enjoy sharpening your skills at painting in this ongoing class for painters of all levels. The casual, relaxed atmosphere and supportive environment will help you progress quickly. Art Room at Danville Community Center # 20531 Mar 25–Apr 15 M 10:00 am–12:00 pm # 20532 Apr 29–May 20

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10:00 am–12:00 pm

$76(R) • $91(N) $76(R) • $91(N)

$100(R) • $120(N)

Painting for Everyone Age 18Y& Up | Debbie Wardrope

This class covers the painting basics including color, value, shape, negative space, composition and more. Students are free to bring the medium of their choice (soft pastel, oil, watercolor or acrylic) to work on. Good for beginners or more advanced students. Meeting Room at Oak Hill Park # 19533 Apr 16–May 7 Tu 9:30 am–12:30 pm # 19598 May 14–Jun 4

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9:30 am–12:30 pm

$95(R) • $114(N) $95(R) • $114(N)

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Meeting Rooms at Oak Hill Park # 19484 May 15–May 22 W 6:30 pm–8:30 pm

$110(R) • $132(N)

Hands-On Excel: Next Step

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If you don’t know them, you need to. Even if you think you do, you probably need to re-familiarize yourself with the basics of Word and Excel. This class will help you stay current and help you apply your new knowledge immediately. This class applies to PC and Mac users. The instructor will hand out a take-home class manual. Bring your own laptop or laptops will be provided with two persons per computer.

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Age 18Y & Up | Lynn Pesonen

Italo-Peruvian Fusion Age 18Y & Up | Nora Frazier

This class is a dinner party and a hands-on cooking class, all in one. In this class, you will enjoy scallops “a la parmesana” as the appetizer, uniquely prepared with lime, Pisco and Tabasco, au gratin. For the entrée, we will prepare quinotto, a creamy quinoa risotto with shrimp sauce, bacon and white wine. For dessert, delicious cognac nut truffles. Please visit http://norafrazier.wix.com/peruviancuisine for more information about the instructor. $17 Materials fee due at class.

Art Room at Veterans Memorial Building # 19488 Apr 26 F 6:30 pm–9:30 pm

Peruvian Cuisine: Typical & Sophisticated

Age 18Y & Up | Lynn Pesonen

You may know how to work with Excel, but do you know how to make it work for you? Learn the tricks you need to keep up in today’s fast computer-based world and cut your work time in half! Auto-fill data, create and use formulas and format print-ready spreadsheets and charts. This class applies to PC and Mac users. The instructor will hand out a take-home class manual. Bring your own laptop or laptops will be provided with two persons per computer.

Age 18Y & Up | Nora Frazier

Meeting Rooms at Oak Hill Park # 19485 May 29 W 6:30 pm–8:30 pm

Kitchen at Veterans Memorial Building # 19487 May 17 F 6:30 pm–9:30 pm

$60(R) • $72(N)

This class is a dinner party and a hands-on cooking class, all in one. The menu will include Peruvian jumbo shrimp ceviche, seasoned with aji amarillo paste, served with a slice of yam for contrast. Your entrée will be fettuccini with crab and mushroom sauce with Pisco brandy au gratin. For dessert, enjoy layered quinoa with cognac flambé mango. Yum! $17 Materials fee due at class. norafrazier.wix/peruviancuisine

Hands-On PowerPoint (PC & Mac)

Cooking: From Spain to Peru

Age 18Y & Up | Lynn Pesonen

Age 18Y & Up | Nora Frazier

Impress your audience! Design, enhance and conduct dynamic presentations as a powerful means of communication. You’ll learn how to work with design formats, bulleted lists, pictures, objects and apply animation effects to enhance the visual appeal of your presentations. This class applies to PC and Mac users. The instructor will hand out a take-home class manual. Bring your own laptop or laptops will be provided with two persons per computer. Meeting Rooms at Oak Hill Park # 19486 Jun 5 W 6:30 pm–8:30 pm

Register online!

$55(R) • $66(N)

$60(R) • $72(N)

$55(R) • $66(N)

This class is a dinner party and a hands-on cooking class, all in one. The appetizer will be goat cheese and sun-dried tomato tapas with paprika, garlic and capers on a baguette. For the entrée, enjoy preparing paella Peruana mixta, with seafood, chicken and pork. Crema Catalana will be prepared for dessert, the Spanish version of creme brulee. Please visit http://norafrazier.wix.com/ peruviancuisine for more information about the instructor. $17 Materials fee due at class. Veterans Memorial Building # 19489 Jun 14 F

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6:30 pm–9:30 pm

$55(R) • $66(N)

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Business & Computers

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Hands-On Excel & Word


New students welcome! Contact instructor with questions.

FRENCH, BEGINNING PART 2 Learn French communication skills in a friendly, dynamic and supportive classroom. This class is a continuation of the Winter 2019 class. Instructor will explain course materials in first class.

Lounge at Danville Community Center No class 4/4 # 19461 Mar 21–May 16 Th 10:00 am–12:00 pm $110(R) • $132(N)

FRENCH, INTERMEDIATE Practice French conversational skills in a dynamic and supportive classroom. Students will review grammar, read a novel and share travel tips. Active participation encouraged. The Ultimate French Review and Practice, 3rd edition, by Stillman and Gordon, can be purchased online. Lounge at Danville Community Center No class 4/5 # 19459 Mar 22–May 17 F 10:00 am–12:00 pm $110(R) • $132(N)

FRENCH, ADVANCED Participate in lively discussion of things French. Course includes grammar review, listening exercises, general conversation and reading a novel. Practicing French Grammar, 2nd Edition, by Hawkins, Towell, and Lamy can be purchased online.

$175(R) • $210(N)

ITALIAN, INTERMEDIATE This is the continuation of Winter’s Wednesday night class. Completion of that class is a prerequisite for registration. Meeting Room at Veterans Memorial Building # 19483 Mar 20–May 29 W 7:00 pm–8:30 pm

$175(R) • $210(N)

ITALIAN, ADVANCED This is the continuation of Winter’s Tuesday night class. Completion of that class is a pre-requisite for registration. Meeting Room at Veterans Memorial Building # 19482 Mar 26–May 28 Tu 7:00 pm–8:30 pm

$175(R) • $210(N)

Kitchen/Bath Design & Remodel Age 18Y & Up | Jim Vivrette

This class includes planning, design trends, costs, materials, cabinets, fixtures, appliances, resources, building codes and choosing a contractor. A professional certified designer and licensed contractor guides you through the complicated process of design, shopping and construction.

Mount Diablo Room at Danville Library # 19478 May 7–May 21 Tu 6:00 pm–9:00 pm

$75(R) • $90(N)

Lifelong Learning & Development

$110(R) • $132(N)

Italian Age 18Y & Up | Gina Stearley

BEGINNING ITALIAN This fun and interactive class is for those who’d like to speak Italian like a native. No huge textbooks. Instead, I’ll bring Italy to the classroom. You will learn to ask questions and understand the answers! We’ll cover directions, shopping, trains, restaurants and more. Italian is a lively language; come and join the fun! $30 book fee payable to the instructor on the first day of class. Meeting Room at Veterans Memorial Building # 19480 Mar 21–May 30 Th 7:00 pm–8:30 pm

Meeting Room at Veterans Memorial Building # 19481 Mar 18–May 20 M 7:00 pm–8:30 pm

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Mount Diablo Room at Danville Library No class 4/5 # 19460 Mar 22–May 17 F 12:30 pm–2:30 pm

This is a continuation of Winter’s Monday night Beginning Italian class. Completion of that class is a pre-requisite for registration.

Hobbies & interests

Age 18Y & Up | Jennifer Enzminger

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Foreign Language

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BEGINNING ITALIAN, CONTINUED

French

$175(R) • $210(N)

Creating Authentic Relationships Age 18Y & Up Barbara Gordon, Jennifer Wiley

If you never seem to have enough time for yourself, this is the workshop for you. Each session will teach you how to develop relationships and tips on how to meet new friends, dating or new clients! Bring a journal and a yoga mat.

Meeting Room at Veterans Memorial Building # 19595 Apr 3–Apr 24 W 10:00 am–12:00 pm $175(R) • $210(N)

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Information: (925) 314-3400


Lose Your Stomach

Age 18–99Y | Mary Motto

Age 18Y & Up | Michael Lee

Is Stress Causing Symptoms of Fatigue, Foggy Brain, Digestive Distress, Poor Quality Sleep and Inability to Lose Weight? Join me in this Interactive, Small Group Health Coaching Workshop as we explore how food and lifestyle choices directly affect our stress levels. Together we’ll create a personalized action plan, based on your health goals, to dissolve your stress related symptoms and change the trajectory of your health. Please come to class with your top three health goals, a notebook and a pen. Groups will be limited to six participants.

As we age, we gain weight leading to higher risks of diabetes and heart disease. Learn to permanently lose weight without dieting and stay healthy. Town Meeting Hall # 17881 Mar 21–Apr 25

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7:00 pm–8:00 pm

$90(R) • $108(N)

SESSION 1 Book fee, $11 paid to the instructor on the first day of class. Meeting Room at Veterans Memorial Building # 19553 Mar 20–Apr 17 W 1:00 pm–2:15 pm

$239(R) • $287(N)

Community Hall C at Veterans Memorial Building # 19555 Mar 20–Apr 17 W 7:00 pm–8:15 pm $239(R) • $287(N)

SESSION 2 Book fee, $11 paid to the instructor on the first day of class. Meeting Room at Veterans Memorial Building # 19554 May 1–29 W 1:00 pm–2:15 pm

$239(R) • $287(N)

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Health & Fitness

Community Hall C at Veterans Memorial Building # 19556 May 1–29 W 7:00 pm–8:15 pm $239(R) • $287(N)

Feldenkrais® Method AWARENESS THROUGH MOVEMENT®

Age 18Y & Up | Naffie Fischbacher

This classroom application of the Feldenkrais Method® uses gentle movement explorations to teach you to move with greater ease and efficiency. Regular students enjoy better posture, improved breathing and coordination, as well as increased flexibility and grace in action.

Town Meeting Hall # 19565 Mar 21–Apr 25 # 19566 May 2–30

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9:30 am–10:30 am

$72(R) • $86(N)

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9:30 am–10:30 am

$60(R) • $72(N)

Register online!

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Group Health Coaching Series


Yoga BEGINNING/ADVANCED BEGINNING YOGA Age 18Y & Up | Howard VanEs

This class is for those with some yoga experience or athletic beginners. Deepen your experience of basic postures, learn more challenging postures, posture flow and breathing practices. Valley Oak Room at Danville Community Center # 17882 Mar 27–Jun 5 W 10:00 am–11:15 am $154(R) • $185(N) # 17883 Mar 29–Jun 7

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11:30 am–12:45 pm $154(R) • $185(N)

AFTER-WORK INTEGRATED YOGA

Age 17Y & Up | Leena St. Michael, E-RYT500

Trail Mixers: Spring Age 17Y & Up | Town Staff

Whether you’re an avid outdoorsman or a casual hiker, come explore the trails at Danville’s Trail Mixers. Each month, we’ll visit the regional parks in your own backyard and spend the day off the beaten path staying fit and making new friends. Pre-registration for each Trail Mixer is required. Directions and a map will be emailed 1–2 days prior. For more information, please contact Leah Madonich at lmadonich@danville.ca.gov. # 18437 Mar 9

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8:30 am–11:30 am

Free

# 19105 Apr 13

Sa

8:30 am–11:30 am

Free

# 19106 May 11

Sa

8:30 am–11:30 am

Free

# 19107 Jun 8

Sa

8:30 am–11:30 am

Free

T’ai Chi Ch’uan Age 18Y & Up | Terence Tang Valley Oak Room at Danville Community Center

REGULAR CLASS This is a beginning class in part one of the classical, long Yang form. Continuing students learn the entire long Yang form as well as a fast form, two person sets and push-hands. Students will be eligible to participate in seminars held by Master Tung Kai Ying. 7:15 pm–8:30 pm

$120(R) • $144(N)

ADVANCED CLASS Advanced class requires participation in the Regular Class and instructor’s approval. Wear comfortable clothing and flat-soled, flexible shoes. # 17891 Mar 19–May 28 Tu

8:40 pm–9:30 pm

Ballroom at Oak Hill Park No class 4/2 # 17893 Mar 19–May 21 Tu

$60(R) • $72(N)

6:15 pm–7:35 pm

$118(R) • $142(N)

BEGINNING YOGA: TLC AND NEW BEGINNERS Age 17Y & Up | Leena St. Michael, E-RYT500

TLC Yoga is a unique ultra-gentle, entry or re-entry level “Howto” series including back care basics, mindfulness, breathing and foundation postures woven with light-hearted personal attention. Focus on proper alignment with safe range of motion and understanding of body mechanics. Improve posture, reverse that slump! Build a simple home practice for integrated balance, flexibility and energy. Learn how yoga strengthens your immune system and improves peaceful sleep. Ballroom at Oak Hill Park No class 4/2 # 17895 Mar 19–May 21 Tu

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# 17892 Mar 19–May 28 Tu

Refresh, renew, center and energize. Get that “me time” you deserve. Integrate meditation and pranayama (breathing practices) with rhythmic flows and well-aligned static poses for stronger core, deeper peace, confidence and flexibility. Compassionate light-hearted coaching with adaptive options encourages safe exploration while developing a powerful foundation. Beginners welcome. Layer for practice on lakeside deck in nice weather!

4:50 pm–6:05 pm

$118(R) • $142(N)

ESSENTIAL INTEGRATED YOGA: SATURDAY Age 17Y & Up | Leena St. Michael, E-RYT500

Start the weekend refreshed, centered and energized. Integrated meditation and pranayama (breathing practices) with rhythmic flows and static poses for stronger core, deeper peace, confidence, and flexibility. Compassionate light-hearted coaching with adapted options encourages safe exploration while developing a powerful foundation. Layer for practice on lakeside deck in nice weather! Ballroom at Oak Hill Park No class 4/20 # 17889 Mar 23–May 25 Sa

9:10 am–10:30 am

$118(R) • $142(N)

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Age 17Y & Up | Leena St. Michael, E-RYT500

Music Vocal & Instrumental

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$82(R) • $98(N)

Drumming for Adults Age 18Y & Up | John Waller

A hands-on exploration of drumming from African djembe patterns, middle-eastern rhythms to Brazilian samba, drum set and sticking exercises. We study basic hand technique with a focus on world rhythms, clave and African and Latin bell patterns. Bring a drum if you have one, but not necessary. There will be an exotic drum every week and a world potluck on the last day of class

Lounge at Danville Community Center # 19498 Mar 27–May 15 W 7:00 pm–7:45 pm

$100(R) • $120(N)

Tennis Lessons Age 18Y & Up | John DeMartini

The Town of Danville offers top-flight instruction from tennis professional, John DeMartini. He is USPTA certified Elite Professional and has been teaching pro for over twenty years, formerly at Stanford University. This tennis program features classes for all skill levels and limits class size to 4–7 students, for individualized instruction.

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How Yogis Sustain Happiness in today’s world. Learn the 10 keys to free the mind from habitual limiting thoughts, worry, fear, media talking points and insidious technological marketing ploys. Physical practices are just one of eight limbs of classical yoga science. Aim for happiness, mental peace, creativity and clarity regardless of circumstances. Great for long-time practitioners and those who have never taken a yoga class. Backed up by brain science, Un-hack Your Mind offers practice options, experiential learning and group dialogue in a light-hearted inclusive secular environment. $6 Materials fee due to instructor on first day of class. Cottage at Hap Magee Ranch Park # 17894 Mar 20–May 8 W 6:15 pm–7:45 pm

Sports & Martial Arts

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Un-hack Your Mind

Beginner: Needs instruction on the basics: grips, ground strokes, serve, and volley. Tennis Courts at Osage Station Park # 19213 Apr 4–May 30 Th 10:00 am–11:00 am $150(R) • $180(N)

Advanced Beginner: Understands grips, groundstrokes, and can begin to control serve. Tennis Courts at Diablo Vista Park # 19206 Apr 2–May 28 Tu 6:00 pm–7:00 pm

$150(R) • $180(N)

Tennis Courts at Osage Station Park # 19216 Apr 5–May 31 F 10:00 am–11:00 am $150(R) • $180(N)

Intermediate: Can rally with other students, volley, and control serve consistently. Tennis Courts at Diablo Vista Park # 20557 Apr 2–May 28 Tu 7:00 pm–8:00 pm

$150(R) • $180(N)

Tennis Courts at Osage Station Park # 19215 Apr 5–May 31 F 9:00 am–10:00 am

$150(R) • $180(N)

# 20535 Apr 6–Jun 1

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10:00 am–11:00 am $150(R) • $180(N)

Advanced Intermediate: Consistent placement with ground

Guitar for Adults

strokes and serves with spin.

Age 18Y & Up | John Waller

Tennis Courts at Osage Station Park # 20537 Apr 4–May 30 Th 9:00 am–10:00 am

$150(R) • $180(N)

Tennis Courts at Diablo Vista Park No class 5/27 # 19205 Apr 1–Jun 3 M 7:00 pm–8:30 pm

$225(R) • $270(N)

Whether you have ever picked up a guitar or not, you can still try! This fast-paced class works off of your enthusiasm, so dedicate yourself to a few months of focused learning. We will start with the basics on strumming, picking, learning chords, and easy folk songs on guitar. Some of you may also want to bring in your own song! Bring an acoustic guitar to class. $5 Materials fee due to instructor on the first day of class for printed materials. Lounge at Danville Community Center # 19494 Mar 20–May 29 W 6:00 pm–6:45 pm

Register online!

$100 (R) $120(N)

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Sports Leagues

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Sports League Registration Dates: February 11, 8:30 am: All-Resident Teams February 12, 8:30 am: Open Registration Resident/Non-Resident Team Status: To qualify as a resident team, all team members must live within the incorporated-Danville boundaries or sponsored by an incorporated-Danville business with a current business license and pay by a company check. You can check residency status at www.danville.ca.gov/danvillepioneer.

Rainout Make-ups: Make-ups for rainouts will be scheduled on your regular night of play whenever possible. All rainouts are rescheduled to the end of the season. If your team cannot attend a scheduled make-up, your team will forfeit. If a make-up cannot be scheduled at all, your team will be credited ($) for that week. For More Information: Contact Program Coordinator Cat Bravo at cbravo@danville.ca.gov or (925) 314-3422. League information, policies and procedures, and blank rosters can also be found by visiting: www.danville.ca.gov/205/Adult-Sports Free Agents: The Town of Danville maintains free agent lists for basketball, bocce and softball. Please email cbravo@danville.ca.gov to be added to this list. The goal of the list is to create new teams to participate in the upcoming league season. The list is also shared with team managers upon request.

Basketball

Family Disc Golf Tournament

ADULT BASKETBALL

Age 6-99Y | Town Staff

Age 18Y & Up | Town Staff

The Town of Danville’s 5 on 5 Adult Basketball Program features a competitive league on Tuesday evenings, and a non-competitive recreation league on Wednesday evenings. Each season runs eight weeks of regular season play, plus two weeks of playoffs. Each night accommodates a maximum of eight teams. Game times are typically 6:30 pm, 7:30 pm, 8:30 pm, and 9:30 pm. A completed roster with full payment must be submitted at the time of registration to reserve a team spot. Gymnasium at Los Cerros Middle School League Fee: $500 + $10 per non-resident player

Men’s Competitive # 17906 Tuesdays

Begins April 9

6:30 pm–10:30 pm

Men’s Recreational: Non-Competitive # 20619 Thursdays

Begins April 11

6:30 pm–10:30 pm

BASKETBALL OPEN GYM Burn off the stress of the week, enjoy a game of pick up, or practice your shot. Pre-registration is required. # 19446 Mar 20-May 22

W 5:00 pm–7:00 pm

$15(R) • $20(N) 5-Day Punch Pass

Come join us for our first exhibition 9-hole disc golf tourney at Oak Hill Park for some community fun. Everyone can play when it’s a scramble. Sign up as an individual, pair or family. We will have two rounds of disc golf. You can sign up for the scramble tournament or individual tourney. This tournament is for beginners/intermediate players and fans of the game. We will have a shot gun start time for the individual tourney starting at 8:30 am. The family friendly scramble tournament will start at 10:30 am. Everyone will be assigned a hole to start off from for each tournament. Teams of two will be paired up to play their scramble round with other teams of two as needed. Family teams can consist of 2–4 participants of all ages utilizing the best shot and score combination from the round. You can bring your own disc golf disc. We will also provide everyone with a complementary disc for the tournament. Tournament Rules for a scramble style tournament: In scramble format, all players tee off, choose which shot is best and all play their next shots from the location of the best shot. Play continues in this fashion for all of the nine holes. Oak Hill Park

OPEN/INDIVIDUAL # 20588 Jun 16

Su

9:30 am–10:30 am

$15(R) • $18(N)

Su

10:45 am–12:00 pm

$30(R) • $36(N)

PAIRS SCRAMBLE # 20578 Jun 16

FAMILY/FRIENDS SCRAMBLE # 20561 Jun 16

Su

10:30 am–12:00 pm

$35(R) • $42(N)

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Information: (925) 314-3400


Bocce COED BOCCE

Age 18Y & Up | Town Staff

Bocce Courts at Sycamore Valley Park League Fees: $210 + $10 per non-resident player # 17898 Mondays

Begins April 8

6:00 pm–9:00 pm

# 17899 Tuesdays

Begins April 9

6:00 pm–9:00 pm

# 17900 Wednesdays

Begins April 10

6:00 pm–9:00 pm

# 17901 Thursdays

Begins April 11

6:00 pm–9:00 pm

# 17902 Fridays

Begins April 12

6:00 pm–9:00 pm

ADULT

This popular program features leagues weekday evenings. Leagues run for seven weeks of regular season, plus one week of play-offs for qualifying teams. All games start at 6:00 pm at Sycamore Valley Park. A completed roster with full payment must be submitted at the time of registration to reserve a team spot. No games played 5/27.

Danville Senior Center 115 East Prospect • seniors@danville.ca.gov (925) 314-3430 • www.danvilleca.gov/seniors Hours of Operation: Monday–Friday, 8:30 am–5:00 pm

Silver Streak Newsletter

Softball Age 18Y & Up | Town Staff

It’s time to dust off that glove! The Town of Danville Adult Softball Program is happy to feature men’s softball on Mondays, Tuesday, and Thursday; and a Wednesday coed league. Each season runs eight weeks plus one week of playoffs. All games are scheduled on the synthetic turf fields at Sycamore Valley Park. Game times are typically 6:30 pm, 7:40 pm and 8:50 pm. Each league night can accommodate up to 12 teams. A completed roster with full payment must be submitted at the time of registration to reserve a team spot. No games played 5/27.

The Silver Streak Newsletter is a quarterly newsletter sent to Danville residents within the town boundaries. Non-residents are encouraged to view or download the latest Silver Streak online at www.danville.ca.gov/seniors or view a copy at any Town Office location. Issue Dates: April/May/June 2019 July/August/September 2019

Registration Dates: March 12 residents; March 13 open registration June 11 residents; June 12 open registration

For more class information, please see the Silver Streak: www.danville.ca.gov/seniors

MEN’S 18+ LEAGUE Ball Diamond 2 & 4 at Sycamore Valley Park Begins March 18

6:30 pm–10:00 pm

# 17905 Thursdays

Begins March 21

6:30 pm–10:00 pm

MEN’S 40+ LEAGUE Ball Diamond 4 at Sycamore Valley Park League Fee $500 plus $10 per non-resident player # 20612 Tuesdays

Begins March 19

6:30 pm–10:00 pm

COED 18+ LEAGUE

senior

# 17903 Mondays

Health & Fitness

League Fee $500 plus $10 per non-resident player

Ball Diamond 4 at Sycamore Valley Park League Fee $500 plus $10 per non-resident player # 20609 Wednesdays

Begins March 20

Register online!

6:30 pm–10:00 pm

Town Meeting Hall # 17890 Mar 21-Apr 25

Weight Training for Seniors Age 50Y & Up | Michael Lee

Light strength-training can stave off age-related muscle loss, keep your bones strong, promote mobility, prevent falls, and even help combat depression and cognitive decline. This class will use light weights, resistance bands and your own body weight to tone and strengthen your muscles. Th

www.danville.ca.gov/recguide

6:00 pm–7:00 pm

$90(R) • $108(N)

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Danville Senior Center

CLUBS/GROUPS Book Club, DASH Hiking Group, Free Friday Movies, Game Day, Peer Support Group, STEM Club, Ukulele Club, Writing Group

ENRICHMENT CLASSES Acrylic Painting, Bridge, Buzz sessions (weekly informational talks), Cooking, Music Appreciation, Spanish, Ukulele, Watercolor

HEALTH/WELLNESS Bocce, Cane Doh, Dancercise, Feldenkrais, Line Dancing, Pilates, Softball, Stretching, Tai Chi, Yoga, Zumba

STAY INFORMED Do you want to know what’s going on at the Danville Senior Center and the Town of Danville? To do so, visit www.danville.ca.gov, click on envelope icon to sign up for updates. From there, enter your email address, first and last name and choose the type of information you would like to receive.

PROGRAMS/ SERVICES

Registration

AARP Smart Driver Course, AARP Tax Prep, Blood Pressure Screening, Day Trips, Medicare Seminars/ Appointments, One-on-One Computer Tutoring

UPCOMING EVENTS St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon:

If you would like to register for any of our classes and/or programs, you can register in person at the Danville Senior Center or you can register online at www.danville.ca.gov/recguide

March 15

Lend a Hand Day:

Senior Interests Sub-Committee

Petaluma Boat Trip:

Do you have an idea for a new activity, or an improved procedure? Share your ideas, opinions and thoughts regarding the Town of Danville Senior Services programs and facilities with decision makers at a Senior Interests Sub-Committee meeting. Please contact the Danville Senior Center for more information.

April 27 May 13

Next meeting: April 24, 2019 Danville Senior Center

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Information: (925) 314-3430


Community Information STAY CONNECTED WITH THE TOWN OF DANVILLE Facebook — Information, photos, video and announcements are posted on

Twitter — Twitter is a resource for informing residents of ongoing situations that could affect

them, such as road closures, power outages, police activity and timely announcements. Follow the Town on Twitter @DanvilleINFO.

Instagram — Recreation, Arts & Community Service is on Instagram! @DanvilleParksCA Volunteer Opportunities — The Town provides opportunities for residents to contribute to their community by volunteering for various events and programs. Volunteers will have the opportunity to discover new interests, meet new people, and develop new skills. Many different opportunities are posted throughout the year. Visit www.danville.ca.gov/volunteer for more information. Employment Opportunities— The Town of Danville’s workforce consists of approximately 120

full-time, part-time and seasonal employees. The Town has an excellent benefits program which includes thirteen paid holidays per year; retirement; a flexible benefits program including medical, dental, vision, health and dependent care reimbursement accounts; and generous leave accruals. Applications are accepted only for job openings that are posted. Visit www.danville.ca.gov/employment for more info.

TOWN COUNCIL Robert Storer, Mayor Karen Stepper, Vice Mayor Newell Arnerich Lisa Blackwell Renee Morgan TOWN STAFF Joe Calabrigo, Town Manager Rob Ewing, City Attorney

PARKS & LEISURE SERVICES COMMISSION Alesia Strauch, Chair Brittany Beech, Vice Chair Randall Diamond Kevin Donovan Jane Joyce Stewart Proctor Kent Rezowalli Julianna Murray, Youth Representative

RECREATION, ARTS & COMMUNITY SERVICES Danville Community Center 420 Front Street, M–F, 8:30 am–5:00 pm Phone: (925) 314-3400 Email: recreation@danville.ca.gov Henry Perezalonso, Recreation, Arts & Community Services Director . . . . . . 314-3454 Leah Madonich, Program Supervisor. . . . . . . 314-3431 Ian Murdock, Program Supervisor . . . . . . . . 314-3406 RJ Natal, Program Supervisor . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3402 Jessica Wallner, Program Supervisor . . . . . 314-3426 Programs and Services Adaptive Recreation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3403 Adult Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3430 Facility Rentals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3405

Register online!

ARTS COMMISSION Chris Kenber, Chair Christina Richards, Vice Chair Kim Bowles Celeste Evans Susan Gallinger Kim Holmes Beverly Kumar Susan Ritner Samantha Snow, Youth Representative

Programs and Services (continued) Cultural Arts/Performing Arts . . . 314-3418 Cultural Arts/Visual Arts. . . . . . . . 314-3460 Senior Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3430 Sports & Fitness, Adult. . . . . . . . . 314-3422 Sports & Fitness, Youth. . . . . . . . . 314-3459 Teen Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3403 Volunteer Program. . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3478 Youth Services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3404 Town Service Center 1000 Sherburne Hills Road M–F, 7:30 am–4:00 pm Park Maintenance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3450 Danville Town Offices 510 La Gonda Way, M–F, 8:30 am–5:00 pm General Information. . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3300

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ALL COMMUNITY AGES INFO

the pages to inform residents of all the many things happening in and around Danville. Like the Town’s main Facebook page at www.facebook.com/DanvilleCA, and two additional pages: Danville Police www.facebook.com/DanvilleCAPolice and the Village Theatre and Art Gallery www.facebook.com/DanvilleVillageTheatre.


Parks & Facilities

At-a-Glance (925) 314-3400 • www.danville.ca.gov/rentals/

Veterans Memorial Building 2301 SQUARE FT. 160 DINNING/220 ASSEMBLY STYLE Host an event to remember, right in the heart of Downtown Danville! The bright Community Hall facing East Prospect Avenue features three sets of double doors that open to a landscaped plaza where guests can gather and take in the downtown atmosphere. The state-of-the-art kitchen is a caterer’s dream and has its own separate load-in area. Events of all sizes can enjoy the hall as it can be divided into thirds, creating three smaller rooms or a medium-size room for those in-between sized groups.

The Town of Danville offers a wide variety of well-maintained parks and facilities perfect for any family picnic, private event or corporate retreat. For more information about rentals, facility amenities, download a facility or picnic application or learn more about any of the parks or facilities including the ones listed, visit www.danville.ca.gov/rentals.

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Information: (925) 314-3405


PARKS & FACILITIES

LEGEND: 1u Danville Library and Community Center 400/420 Front Street

2u Town Meeting Hall 201 Front Street

3u Village

Theatre & Art Gallery 233 Front Street

4u Veterans Memorial Building 400 Hartz Avenue

4u Senior Center at Veterans Memorial Building 115 East Prospect Ave

5u Hap Magee Ranch Park 1025 La Gonda Way

6u Oak Hill Park Community Center, All Wars’ Memorial 3005 Stone Valley Road

7u Sycamore

Valley Park 2101 Holbrook Drive

8u Diablo Vista Park 1000 Tassajara Ranch Drive

9u Osage Station Park 816 Brookside Drive

10uDanville South Park 1885 Camino Ramon

11u Front Street Park Front Street

Details online!

12u Baldwin School Park 741 Brookside Drive

13u Green Valley School Park 1001 Diablo Road

14u Greenbrook School Park 1475 Harlan Drive

19uLos Cerros Community Gymnasium 968 Blemer Road

20uDiablo Vista Community Gymnasium 4100 Camino Tassajara

15u Montair

School Park 300 Quinterra Lane

16u Vista Grande School Park 677 Diablo Road

17u Town Offices 510 La Gonda Way

18u Monte Vista Community Pool 3131 Stone Valley Road

www.danville.ca.gov/Services/Facilities-and-Rentals/

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Policies & Procedures GENERAL INFORMATION

PHOTO/VIDEO LIABILITY DISCLOSURE Photographs and video may be taken of participants during a class or program, and these photographs and video may be used for Town of Danville publicity purposes.

Pre-registration with payment is required for program participation. Payment must accompany registration form. The Waiver of Liability on the registration form must be signed prior to taking a class.

RAINOUTS AND CLASS MAKE-UPS

Credit: Kevin Wong

Advise Town staff if participant has a disability or allergy requiring special accommodations. Class registration form may be sent ahead of registration date. All class registrations submitted prior to the first day of registration will be entered on the appropriate registration date, with no priority given.

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Town of Danville encourages those with disabilities to participate in our programs. If you have any special needs that require specific accommodations so you can fully enjoy our classes and programs, call 314-3400.

COURSE CANCELLATION When registration falls below the minimum enrollment required, it may be necessary to cancel a class or program. At the time of cancellation, the Town will initiate a full refund. Check refunds may take 4–6 weeks.

Whenever possible, make-ups will be given on those occasions when inclement weather or instructor illness requires that a class be cancelled. See instructor at next scheduled meeting for make-up date. No refunds (whole or partial) can be given for classes missed by the student.

WAITLISTS Waitlists will be created once a class has reached maximum enrollment. If space becomes available, you will be called.

WITHDRAWALS (CREDITS/REFUNDS) Requests for withdrawal will be honored if requested no later than five business days prior to the first day of the class. There will be a $5 withdrawal fee assessed for each activity. Requests made less than five business days prior to the first day of class must be submitted in writing and will be considered on an individual basis. A $20 processing fee will be charged for processing refunds made by check. We do not provide cash refunds. Withdrawals for sports leagues may be approved if a team can be replaced before the first game.

RESIDENCY STATUS CLARIFICATION Those living outside the Danville Town limits include residents of the communities of Alamo and Diablo, and Alamo Creek, Bettencourt Ranch, Blackhawk, Bryan Ranch, Monterosso, Shadow Creek and Whitegate housing developments. The program and facility fees cover a large portion of the actual costs, though Town of Danville residents also partially support the classes, events and facilities through their property tax assessments. Because of this, those program participants and individuals reserving Town facilities who live outside of Danville pay an additional non-resident charge. If you have any questions about this information, call 314-3400. Special Notice to Alamo Residents living in the Alamo County Service Area R-7A: all R-7A residents are eligible to register for Town-sponsored programs scheduled at Hap Magee Ranch Park during the resident registration period. Non-resident fees still apply for these classes and activities. Call 314-3400 for more information.

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Information: (925) 314-3400


Registration is Easy! PAYMENTS ACCEPTED:

Adult Sports Leagues February 11, Danville resident teams

American Express, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, Exact Cash, Check or Money Order payable to Town of Danville

February 12, Open registration Spring Classes, Summer Camps & Aquatics February 19, Incorporated Danville residents February 20, Open registration

ONLINE REGISTRATION: www.danville.ca.gov/recguide

• Click the blue Sign In button and log in with your email address. • Select the Activities tab to filter your search.

MAIL/DROP OFF:

Danville Community Center Attn: Class Registrations 420 Front Street Danville, CA 94526

Hours: M–F, 8:30 am–5:00 pm • NEW account: click the Create an Account link (under the blue Sign In button), and follow the system prompts.

Please print and complete each line. A unique email address is required for each registrant 18 years of age and older.

Name (Parent or Guardian if under 18):___________________________________________ Home Phone: ____________________________ Address: ______________________________________________________ City:______________________________ Zip: ________________ Cell: _____________________________ Email (required): ____________________________________________________________________ REGISTRATION FORM IS LIMITED TO FAMILY MEMBERS ONLY. Check one: o Resident o Non-Resident (for clarification, see page 46.)

o Please check if you have changed your address from last registration. o To assure our programs benefit all who attend, please check here if any participant has a disability requiring special accommodations. Participant’s Name Birthdate Activity # 2nd Choice Class Title Activity #

Fee

I have read and understand the refund policy. Waiver of Liability: I, the undersigned or parent/legal guardian of the individual named above, do hereby waive, release, and discharge all claims for damages, death, personal injury, property damage which I may have or which may hereafter accrue to me as a result of participation in said activity. I understand that accidents can occur during the said activity. Knowing the risks of the said activity, I hereby agree to assume those risks. This release is intended to discharge and hold harmless the Town of Danville, its officers and employees from liability. This waiver and assumption of risk is to be binding on my heirs and assigns. I further understand that photographs and video may be taken of me during the course of the said activity and that these photographs and video may be used for Town of Danville publicity purposes. I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS RELEASE.

Please read refund policy before submitting your registration.

__________________________________________________________ ______________________ Signature Required (o parent) (o guardian) (o participant) Date

PAYMENT METHOD

Mail registration form & payment to: Danville Community Center, Attn: Class Registrations 420 Front Street, Danville, CA 94526

Payment by check or money order made payable to “Town of Danville”: o Check *Credit Card: o MasterCard o Visa o American Express o Discover o Card on File

TOTAL: ________________________

Credit Card No:_____________ –_____________ –_____________–_____________ Exp. Date: ______________ 3- or 4-digit verification code: ______ Signature:_________________________________________________________________________ Payments made by credit card are subject to a 2.99% credit card processing fee.

Register online!

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DID YOU KNOW... Danville special events are #PoweredByVolunteers?

Danville offers a variety of events year-round that utilize our dedicated volunteer community. Volunteers provide the “people power” for youth and holiday events, help at the Village Theatre and Art Gallery, and with other assorted opportunities. Volunteers make the annual Eggstravaganza on April 20 an egg-cellent experience and will join forces on May 4, 2019 for the annual May the 4th Be with You event. Want to assist a local senior? Teams of volunteers provide assistance to our senior residents with basic yard work during Lend-a-Hand Day on Saturday, April 27. Come by yourself or with a group; it’ll be “plant”astic. Details and registration can be found at: www.danville.ca.gov/volunteer

Opportunities are for those 12 years and up; age requirements are listed on the details for each event.

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Town of Danville's exciting list of activities for all ages.