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Town of Danville

Recreation Services

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Town of Danville Town Council Michael Doyle, Mayor

community services

Karen Stepper, Vice Mayor Candace Andersen

Town Staff Joe Calabrigo, Town Manager Marcia Somers, Assistant Town Manager

Newell Arnerich Robert Storer

Going Green in Danville The Town of Danville has made important strides toward becoming more environmentally sustainable in the ways we provide services and conduct our day-to-day business. In the parks and recreation-related arena, we’ve added more fuel efficient cars, including hybrids, to the Town’s vehicle fleet, improved the efficiency of the heating and air conditioning systems in Town facilities to reduce energy use, and expanded the Town’s trail system to promote walking and biking instead of the use of cars. We print the Activity Guide on recycled paper with natural inks, but also have it available online through the Town of Danville website at www.ci.danville.ca.us. If you enroll in a class, you automatically receive an online newsletter which contains news and information regarding upcoming classes and events as well as new programs. Registration for the majority of the Town’s programs is paperless and is confirmed with e-mail receipts. And when the Town’s computers and monitors are replaced, the new units require only 3% of the energy previously needed to operate the old ones.

Parks & Leisure Services Commission

Arts Commission

Jane Joyce, Chair

Celeste Evans, Chair

Stewart Proctor, Vice Chair

Tricia Grame, Vice Chair

Christine Austin, Youth Representative

Christina DeMarinis, Youth Representative

Kevin Donovan

Rosemarie Hardy

Peggy Hiramine

Jo Loecher

John Mascali

J.P. McDermott

Kent Rezowalli

Susan Ritner

Victoria Brooks

Recreation Services Danville Community Center 420 Front Street, M–F 8:30 AM–5:00 PM General Info/Program Registration . . . . . . . 314-3400 Christine Mabry, Program Supervisor . . . . . 314-3475 Jane Laris, Program Supervisor . . . . . . . . . . 314-3465 Information Hotlines

The Teen Centers and summer camp programs utilize recycled products for many of the crafts and activities, and the Summer of Service program includes community and beach clean-up sites. Recycling containers are available in Danville parks and facilities, and the Town supports free full-service recycling events. The next recycling event will be held on August 21–22 at the Danville Park & Ride lot and is open to all California businesses and residents. See page 43 for more information on this event.

Sports Fields Conditions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3484

The new Danville Veterans Memorial Building is designed to qualify for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification and will include photovoltaic panels on the roof that will partially offset electricity use in the building. This will be the first Danville facility to receive LEED certification!

Senior Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3490

If you have additional ideas regarding how the Town’s Recreation programs, events and facilities can become more environmentally-friendly, please let us know!

Teen Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3481

Sports Program Info/Rainouts . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3483 Village Theatre Art Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3460 Village Theatre Box Office . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3463 Programs and Services Adult Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3455 Cultural Arts/Village Theatre Operations . . . 314-3466 Senior Sneakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3490 Special Recreation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3477 Sports & Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3480 Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3378 Volunteer Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3458 Youth Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3477 Town Service Center

Marcia Somers, Assistant Town Manager

M–F, 7:30 AM–4:00 PM, 1000 Sherburne Hills Road Park Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3450 Danville Town Offices

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The Veterans Memorial Building will be closed beginning Monday, May 3, 2010 for renovation and construction. For more information about the progress of the project, please visit www.ci.danville.ca.us or contact Marcia Somers, Assistant Town Manager at 314-3334 or msomers@ci.danville.ca.us. Construction is planned to be completed by late 2011.

M–F, 8:30 AM–5:00 PM, 510 La Gonda Way Yvonne Nouri, Administrative Secretary . . . 314-3451 Michelle Lacy, Recreation Services Manager . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3454 Marcia Somers, Assistant Town Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 314-3334


Table of Contents Summer 2010 Zumba®, page 31

Events

Adult

Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4–5 Theatre & Gallery Events . . . . 4–5 Library Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27–30 Classes for Parents . . . . . . . . . . 31 Dance Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Fitness Classes . . . . . . . . . . . 32–33 Martial Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Performing Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34–36 Tennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 Visual Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37

Aquatics Program . . . . . . . . . 7–13

5 & Under

Senior Sneakers, page 40

Camps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14–15 Dance Classes . . . . . . . . . . . 15–16 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16–18 Flag Football . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Visual Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

Youth Camps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19–20 Dance Classes . . . . . . . . . . . 20–21 Performing Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22–23 Tennis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Visual Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24–25

Cubbies Flag Football, page 16

Adult 55+ Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Fitness Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Health and Wellness . . . . . . . . . 39 Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Trips/Excursions . . . . . . . . . . . . 40

All Ages Martial Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Parent Participation . . . . . . . . . 42 R.A.D.D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42

Other Information

Teens Camps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25–27 Dance Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Fitness Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27

Sports League Info . . . . . . . 23, 37 Parks & Facilities/Map . . . . 44–45 Registration Information . . . . . 46 Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . 47

Registration Dates: Aquatics March 15, Alamo R-7A & Programs incorporated Danville residents March 29, open registration

Senior April 14, Danville residents (Adult 55+) April 15, open registration Programs French, page 29

Adult Sports May 3, Danville resident teams Leagues May 4, open registration

Residency Status Clarification For residents outside the incorporated Town of Danville limits: 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.

Summer May 10, Danville residents Classes May 11, open registration Online registration & more details on page 46 Americans with Disabilities Act

Symbol indicates classes which are not available for online registration.

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, please call the Danville Community Center at (925) 314-3400.

Legal Holidays Observed Classes will not take place on the following dates:

Memorial Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monday, May 31, 2010 Independence Day (observed) . . . . . Sunday & Monday, July 4 & 5, 2010 Labor Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Monday, September 6, 2010

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Summer 2010

Special Events

Memorial Day Monday, May 31, 10:30 AM • Oak Hill Park Sponsored by Viet Nam Veterans of Diablo Valley Info: Bill Picton, bpicton@sbcglobal.net • www.vnvdv.com

4th of July Parade Sunday, July 4 11:00 AM–2:00 PM Hartz Avenue and San Ramon Valley Blvd.

Moonlight Movies on the Town Green Town Green, 420 Front Street Looking for a little fun Friday nights? Bring the gang down to the Town Green for some fresh air and a great flick. Danville’s Moonlight Movies offer family-friendly films in a picturesque outdoor setting under the stars. Don’t forget your lawn chairs, blankets, and snacks to make it complete. Showtime approximately 8:15 PM. FREE!

June 4: Shrek June 18: October Sky July 2: Babe July 16: Jumanji August 13: Matilda

Sponsored by Kiwanis Club of San Ramon Valley Info: www.kiwanis-srv.org Reminder: No items may be placed along the parade route prior to 6:00 PM on July 3.

“Shop Local” Nights Summer Serenade & Summer Fest with Farmers’ Market Thursdays, July 15 & August 5 • 5:30 PM–8:30 PM Hartz and Prospect Avenues Sponsored by Discover Danville Association Info: (925) 339-8330 • www.discoverdanvilleca.com

Hot Summer Nights Car Shows

Danville Fine Arts Faire Saturday & Sunday, June 19 & 20 • 10:00 AM–6:00 PM Hartz and Prospect Avenues Sponsored by Danville Area Chamber of Commerce Info: (925) 837-4400 • www.danvilleareachamber.com

Thursdays, July 29 & August 26 • 4:00 PM–9:00 PM Hartz Avenue Sponsored by Danville Merchants’ Association Info: David Miller, (925) 437-3649, ezasugo@hotmail.com

Village Theatre & In the Theatre... Tickets are available for purchase online at www.villagetheatreshows.com or at the Danville Community Center, Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM–5:00 PM, 420 Front Street, (925) 314-3400. Tickets will be available for pick up at Will Call one hour before show time.

The Town of Danville's The Great Pretenders! Musical Theatre Workshop presents:

Summer Lovin’ Grease Review June 19 & 20

Singin’ & Dancin’ thru the Decades Review July 31 & August 1

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Trapped in a Rumor Improv Series Village Theatre Introducing the Town of Danville’s newest partner: Trapped in a Rumor improv troupe! Become part of the show as these zany comedians turn your suggestions into a completely improvised performance! Tickets go on sale approximately one month before show date. June 5: Terminal Offense July 9: Patriot Ax August 14: Mental Vacation



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Family Campout at Oak Hill Park Saturday, July 31–Sunday, August 1 Join us for a suburban camping experience at Oak Hill Park with your family! You will enjoy swimming at Monte Vista Pool, youth crafts and family games, and a movie under the stars. Dinner and breakfast provided. Pick-up a special registration form (required) at the Community Center, 314-3400, or download the form at www.ci.danville.ca.us.

Music in the Park Saturdays, 6:00 PM–8:00 PM • Oak Hill Park The Town of Danville is proud to announce the 25th annual Music in the Park concert series for summer 2010. This traditional favorite is great fun for the whole family. These FREE concerts are the Town’s way of saying thank you to our wonderful citizens for supporting our programs throughout the year. The 2010 summer concerts are generously supported by the following sponsors: East Bay BMW, East Bay Mini, Hotel Sierra, and Mass Mutual Financial Group.

July 10: Jack Mack and the Heart Attack (Soul) July 24: The California Honeydrops (Blues) August 7: Mersey Beach (Rock & Roll) August 21: East Bay Mudd (Soul)

Art & Wine Stroll Thursday, August 19, 6:00 PM–9:00 PM Downtown Danville, The Livery, and the Rose Garden Sponsored by Discover Danville Association Info: (925) 339-8330 • www.discoverdanvilleca.com

Antique and Art Faire

arts organizations

Monday, September 6 9:00 AM–3:00 PM Railroad Avenue Parking Lot

Role Players Ensemble Theatre (925) 820-1278 • www.danvilletheatre.com Danville Children’s Musical Theater (DCMT) Pam Greenan: (925) 355-8605 www.danvillechildrensmusicaltheater.com

Sponsored by Discover Danville Association Info: (925) 339-8330 www.discoverdanvilleca.com

Alamo/Danville Artists Society (ADAS) Cassandra Antkowiak: (925) 947-2019 www.adas4art.org

Art Gallery Events In the Art Gallery... Mt. Diablo

Student Art Exhibit

April 10–June 6, 2010

June 19–July 3, 2010

The magnificent landscape of Mount Diablo has inspired artists for generations. Greg Piatt, co-curator of the Summit Gallery at Mount Diablo State Park, curates a wonderful celebration of this local landmark. The show features completely original work, including several pieces created specifically for this exhibit. Through the use of oils, watercolors, prints, photographs, sculptures, and textiles, these artists pay tribute to the mountain that characterizes our Valley and our community.

Featuring work from students from SRV high schools.

Gallery Hours: Monday–Wednesday appointment only (925) 314-3460 Thursday & Friday 2:00 PM–6:00 PM Saturday 10:00 AM–4:00 PM Sunday 12:00 PM–4:00 PM www.villagetheatreartgallery.com

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All programs are free and open to the public.

Danville Library 837-4889 400 Front Street Danville, CA 94526 www.ccclib.org 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.

Library Services Children’s Story Time Holiday Programs Literacy Tutoring Career & Business Info Online Resources Reference Service Computer Catalog Audio Visual Material Friends of the Danville Library The Friends of the Danville Library is a non-profit volunteer organization established in 1958 to provide our local library with books and equipment that would not otherwise be available. Friends also sponsor children and teen programs, the First Wednesday Program Series, Annual Danville-San Ramon KidsReads and special activities. If you would like to be a member of the Friends of the Danville Library or would like more information, call 837-4455. Free Computer Instruction Volunteer docents are available at the Danville Library for free one-on-one computer instructions on Internet searches, email, Microsoft Word and Excel, the catalog and databases. Call the Danville Library at 837-4889 to make an appointment.

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Summer Programs at the Danville Library BOOKS FOR THE HOMEBOUND Free Library Service If you or someone you know has a passion for reading and can no longer visit the library, find out more about this free and unique library service where volunteers check out and deliver books to homebound individuals residing in their own homes or residential care facilities. Books for the Homebound is a volunteer service of the Danville Library. Contact Sandra Paiva, Volunteer Coordinator, at the Danville Library at (925) 837-4889 for more information.

SUMMER READING 2010: MAKE A SPLASH @ YOUR LIBRARY Babies, Kids, Teens, and Adults June 5–August 16 The beach isn’t the only place you can make a splash this summer—stay cool at your local library with fun prizes, tremendous books, and special events! Join the Contra Costa County Library’s Summer Reading program June 5–August 16. Kids ages 2 through 5th grade are invited to “Make a Splash” and soak themselves in plenty of great stories for fun treats during Kids’ Summer Reading. Catch exciting reads this summer and “Make Waves” at your library to reel in special prizes for Teen Reading for grades 6–12. Parents and caregivers of babies from birth–2 years are encouraged to earn prizes by participating in our early literacy-building Baby Reading. Come on, adults, show the kids how it’s done! Readers ages 18 and up can also take the plunge by submitting a book review online at ccclib.org or at your local library for a chance to win a Booklover’s Bag full of goodies and many drawing prizes!

WWII VICTORY GARDENS

Thursday, June 17, 7:00 PM Mt. Diablo Room, Danville Library The San Ramon Valley has a rich agricultural history. In addition to growing hays, grains, fruits, and nuts, ranchers and farmers had family gardens. During WWII, they were called Victory Gardens. Hear from a history gardening specialist about Victory Gardens and from a master gardener about how to create and grow a kitchen garden. They will demonstrate “canning, then and now” and share historic recipes. Join us for this fascinating presentation and preview the Museum’s Victory Garden exhibit to be held July 23–September 18, 2010. Co-sponsored by the Museum of the San Ramon Valley and the Danville Library, and in partnership with Contra Costa Master Gardeners and Alamo 1st Ward Relief Society.

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THE BUBBLE LADY Tuesday, June 22, 4:00 PM Children’s Reading Room, Danville Library Bubbles, Bubbles, Bubbles! Bubbles are what the Bubble Lady will create to amaze you with a wonderful variety of bubbles in all shapes and sizes. The Bubble Lady will even invite audience members to participate in her bubbly creations. Kick-off Summer Reading 2010: Make a Splash @ your library with this eye-catching program. Fun for all ages. Sponsored by the Friends of the Danville Library

SWAN BROTHERS’ CIRCUS Tuesday, July 20, 4:00 PM Children’s Reading Room, Danville Library Here comes the circus—a library sized circus featuring the Swan Brothers. The juggling brothers with their crazy and fun-filled show cannot be missed. The clown-faced, comically dressed brothers will happily entertain you with a few surprises in store! Fun for all ages. Sponsored by the Danville Library Foundation.

SANDI & STEVIE PRESENT “SEALIFE SONGS” Tuesday, August 24, 4:00 PM Children’s Reading Room, Danville Library Let’s go under the sea to wind up Summer Reading 2010: Make a Splash @ your library with lots of special songs and underwater fun with Sandi and Stevie. This entertaining and educational program is filled with lots of energy! Fun for all ages. Sponsored by the Danville Library Foundation.

PAWS TO READ—SUMMER SESSION July 12, 19, & 26 and August 2, 9, & 16 At 4:00 PM and 4:35 PM Mt. Diablo Room, Danville Library The popular Paws to Read literacy program returns this summer with an exciting opportunity for children to read to certified therapy dogs to hone their reading skills. Be a part of this fun and unique reading program. Registration is required and begins on Monday, June 28. Parents only may register their children in library or by phone at (925) 837-4889 for a maximum of three (3) reading sessions per child. Sponsored by the Friends of the Danville Library with support from the Valley Humane Society.

DANVILLE LIBRARY KIDS’ BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP For students in grades 3–5 this school year (2009–2010) Wednesdays, June 16, 14 & August 18, 4:00 PM–5:00 PM Mt. Diablo Room, Danville Library Have you heard about the Kids’ Book Discussion Group at the Danville Library? There’s no written homework so read the book and join us for fun discussions, games, and crafts. Registration is required and space is limited. Registration begins on Monday, May 17. Sponsored by the Friends of the Danville Library


Aquatics Program 2010 Registration began March 15

AQUATICS INFO

Monte Vista Community Pool 3131 Stone Valley Road at Monte Vista High School

Summer 2010 Season Monday, June 14–Friday, August 13 (closed for the July 4 holiday)

RECREATIONAL SWIM

Saturday, June 19–Friday, August 13 (closed 7/4) Monday–Thursday 1:00 PM–3:00 PM Friday 12:00 PM–6:00 PM Saturday & Sunday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM Monday, July 5 hours 1:00 PM–5:00 PM

ADULT LAP SWIM (AGES 9+) 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. Saturday, June 19–Friday, August 13 (closed 7/4) Monday–Thursday 9:00 AM–7:00 PM Friday 9:00 AM–6:00 PM Saturday & Sunday 1:00 PM–5:00 PM Monday, July 5 hours 1:00 PM–5:00 PM

INDIVIDUAL SWIM PASS If you love to swim, you’ll appreciate the convenience of this discounted 12-punch pass, for use at recreational or lap swim, excluding family nights and special events. Passes may be purchased online or at the Danville Community Center only, beginning March 15, and passes may be picked up/kept on file at Monte Vista Pool beginning June 14. No refunds will be given for non-used swim passes. 12 years and younger Barcode: 19293 Fees: $20.00

13 years and older Barcode: 19294 Fees: $30.00

FAMILY FUN NIGHTS

FAMILY SWIM PASS

What better way to spend a hot summer evening than cooling off at the Monte Vista Community Pool? Danville’s Family Fun Nights offer something for everyone with pool games, prizes, and music. You can even use rafts and inner tubes exclusively at these events. So grab your friends and family and catch a wave.

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 Monte Vista Community Pool during recreational swim times (not valid for lap swim). Family Swim Passes are valid for all Summer 2010 recreational swim times, including Family Fun Nights. Passes may be purchased online or at the Danville Community Center only, beginning March 15, and passes may be picked up/kept on file at Monte Vista Pool beginning June 14. No refunds will be given for non-used swim passes. Barcode: 19295 Fees: $130

Friday, 6:30 PM–8:30 PM June 25: Fiesta Fun Night July 16: Summer Sports Bonanza July 30: Island Fever 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. Spectator’s Fee: $2.00 Daily Admittance Fee: $2.00 (12 years and younger) $3.00 (13 years and older)

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Relax and cool off with your family and friends! Recreational Swim is open to patrons of all ages and takes place in a designated area which includes use of shallow and deep water, the diving board, and lap swim lanes.

SWIM PARTY PACKAGES Enjoy a fabulous birthday party, family get-together, or a “just because” party at Monte Vista Community Pool! Take pleasure in playing pool games, jumping off the diving board, and sun bathing. Why do all the work? We provide the facility, lifeguards, picnic table, and game leader. The pool opens to parties beginning June 19, 2010. Parties are available on Saturdays and Sundays only, during Recreational Swim times. For more information, or to download an application, please visit the Aquatics section of the Town of Danville website, www.ci.danville.ca.us.

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AQUATICS INFO/ AQUATOTS

Registration for Aquatics programs began March 15.

LEARN TO SWIM PROGRAM FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS When do I register? Online registration for incorporated Danville and Alamo R-7A residents only will be available Monday, March 15, 8:30 AM. Alamo R-7A residents are eligible to register for any programs held at the Monte Vista Community Pool during resident registration.

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Open registration begins Monday, March 29, 8:30 AM. Non-residents may register on this date, as well as Alamo R-7A residents registering for lessons at the San Ramon Valley High School Pool. How do I register? Online: To register online you will need a Login ID and PIN which you may request online at www.danvillerecguide.com, or by calling (925) 314-3400. We encourage you to obtain your Login ID and PIN before the registration date. This will ensure that you receive the lessons you want more quickly.

I am an adult. Can I take lessons? Yes! We offer private adult swim lessons at various times throughout the day at Monte Vista Community Pool. See page 12.

SWIMMING LEVELS Swim Level

Age

Prerequisite Skills

Aquatots

6 mos–3 yrs

Children must be accompanied by an adult in the water

Preschool A

3–5 yrs

First time lessons

Preschool B

3–5 yrs

Fully submerge head for 5 seconds

Elementary 1

6–12 yrs

First time lessons

Elementary 2

6–12 yrs

Travel 5 yards, bob 3 times and tread water 15 seconds, all without assistance

Elementary 3

6–12 yrs

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

Elementary 4

6–12 yrs

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

Elementary 5

6–12 yrs

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

Elementary 6

6–12 yrs

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

Youth Private

3–12 yrs

ALL swim levels

Adult Private

13 yrs & up

ALL swim levels

Adult Fitness Swimming

13 yrs & up

Elementary level 5 skills

Junior Lifeguard

11–14 yrs

Elementary level 5 skills

Lifeguard Training

15 yrs & up

Pass lifeguarding pre-skills test

Secure Fax: (925) 820-2782 Mail-In: Danville Community Center, Attn: Class Registrations, 420 Front Street, Danville, CA 94526 How do I select my child’s class level? Read the class descriptions in the order listed. Register your child for the first class level that describes prerequisite skills that s/he has not yet mastered. Call 314-3400 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/her 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.

AQUATOTS: PARENT AND CHILD AQUATICS (Age 6 months–3 years) Aquatots is a class for adult with child, ages 6 months to 3 years, that empasizes water adjustment and enjoyment through fun game 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 aquatic skills.

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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.

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. Swim diapers required. Two locations.

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Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd. Fees: $49.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

6:00–6:25

PM

Sess. A

Sess. B

Sess. C

Sess. D

6/21–7/1

7/6–7/15

7/19–7/29

8/2–8/12

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18051

18052

18053

Location: San Ramon Valley High School Pool, 501 Danville Blvd. Fees: $49.00(Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

11:30–11:55

AM

Sess. A

Sess. B

Sess. C

Sess. D

6/21–7/1

7/6–7/15

7/19–7/29

8/2–8/12

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18702

18703

18704


Registration for Aquatics programs is online at www.danvillerecguide.com or mail-in only. To receive your login information, contact the Danville Community Center, 420 Front Street, at recreation@ci.danville.ca.us or (925) 314-3400.

PRESCHOOL AQUATICS

PRESCHOOL AQUATICS PROGRAM (Age 3–5 years)

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 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 five seconds. Most children will need to repeat these classes. Two locations. Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd. Fees: $49.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

9:30–9:55 AM 10:00–10:25 AM 10:30–10:55 AM 11:30–11:55 AM 4:00–4:25 PM 4:30–4:55 PM 5:00–5:25 PM 6:30–6:55 PM 7:00–7:25 PM

Preschool Aquatics Level B In order to complete this level your child must be able to bob three times, travel five 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 2. Most children will need to repeat these classes. Two locations. Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd. Fees: $49.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

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The Preschool Aquatics 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 through 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.

Location: San Ramon Valley High School Pool, 501 Danville Blvd. Location: San Ramon Valley High School Pool, 501 Danville Blvd.

Fees: $49.00(Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

9:30–9:55 AM 10:00–10:25 AM 10:30–10:55 AM

Fees: $49.00(Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

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ELEMENTARY AQUATICS

ELEMENTARY AQUATICS PROGRAM (Age 6–12 years) The Elementary Aquatics Program consists of 6 levels and is designed for ages 6–12. The group lesson format includes eight classes, held Mon–Thu for two weeks, 25 minutes for levels 1–4, and 40 minutes for levels 5 and 6. In most cases, enrollment is limited to a minimum of three and a maximum of four students per instructor. 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. Elementary Level 1: Ages 6–12 To complete this level and move on to Elementary Level 2, your child must be able to travel five yards, bob three times, and tread water for 15 seconds, all without assistance. Two locations. Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd.

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Fees: $49.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

9:00–9:25 AM 11:00–11:25 AM 12:00–12:25 PM 5:30–5:55 PM 6:00–6:25 PM 7:30–7:55 PM

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Elementary Level 2: Ages 6–12 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. Two locations. Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd. Fees: $49.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

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Elementary Level 3: Ages 6–12 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. Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd. Fees: $49.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

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Fees: $49.00(Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

9:30–9:55 AM 10:00–10:25 AM 10:30–10:55 AM 11:00–11:25 AM 11:30–11:55 AM

Fees: $49.00(Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

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Location: San Ramon Valley High School Pool, 501 Danville Blvd.

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Location: San Ramon Valley High School Pool, 501 Danville Blvd.

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Location: San Ramon Valley High School Pool, 501 Danville Blvd. Fees: $49.00(Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

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Registration for Aquatics programs is online at www.danvillerecguide.com or mail-in only. To receive your login information, contact the Danville Community Center, 420 Front Street, at recreation@ci.danville.ca.us or (925) 314-3400.

Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd. Fees: $49.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

9:00–9:25 AM 10:00–10:25 AM 11:00–11:25 AM 11:30–11:55 AM 4:00–4:25 PM 4:30–4:55 PM 5:00–5:25 PM 5:30–5:55 PM 6:00–6:25 PM 7:00–7:25 PM

Elementary Level 5: Ages 6–12 This is a 40-minute class. 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. Two locations. Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd. Fees: $49.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

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Location: San Ramon Valley High School Pool, 501 Danville Blvd. Fees: $49.00(Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

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Location: San Ramon Valley High School Pool, 501 Danville Blvd. Fees: $49.00(Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

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Elementary Level 6—Stroke Development and Fitness Swimming: Ages 6–12 This is a 40-minute class. The objectives of this level are to refine swimming and water safety skills taught in earlier levels, with focus on endurance and technique. Level 6 students also learn principles of training and how to evaluate their own levels of fitness. Some activities may include: swimming 500 yards continuously, demonstrating turns while swimming, and learning various training techniques. Two locations.

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Elementary Level 4: Ages 6–12 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. Two locations.

YOUTH AQUATICS

Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd. Fees: $49.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

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Location: San Ramon Valley High School Pool, 501 Danville Blvd. Fees: $49.00(Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

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PRIVATE SWIM

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS (Age 3–12 years) Your child will receive one-on-one instruction in this class. Private swim lessons are 25-minutes long and are held Monday through Thursday for one week. Two Locations. Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd.

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Fees: $49.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions 1–2, 4–8 $42.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session 3 (no 7/5)

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Location: San Ramon Valley High School Pool, 501 Danville Blvd. Fees: $49.00(Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions 1–2, 4–8 $42.00(Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session 3 (no 7/5)

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ADULT PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS (Age 13 years and up) 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. This is a great class for the beginner or for those who would like to improve their strokes. Private swim lessons are 25-minutes long and are held Monday through Thursday for one week. Instruction is one-on-one. Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd. Fees: $49.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions 1–2, 4–8 $42.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session 3 (no 7/5)

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Registration for Aquatics programs is online at www.danvillerecguide.com or mail-in only. To receive your login information, contact the Danville Community Center, 420 Front Street, at recreation@ci.danville.ca.us or (925) 314-3400.

ADULT FITNESS SWIMMING Age 13Y and up

LIFEGUARD TRAINING CLASSES Age 15Y and up

This 60-minute class runs Monday through Thursday for two weeks. All adults that are ready to try swimming for fitness, this 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.

This course is designed to teach students the skills and knowledge needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies. Upon successful completion of all written exams and water skills, this course certifies participants in the American Red Cross Lifeguarding (valid for three years), First Aid (valid for three years), and C.P.R./A.E.D. for the Professional Rescuer (valid for one year). Come prepared to swim each class session. NOTE: Full and complete attendance at all sessions is required to receive your certification. Certifications will be mailed 4–6 weeks following course.

Fees: $49.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $59.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $42.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $50.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

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JUNIOR LIFEGUARD BASICS Age 11–14Y

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Get a start in the Aquatics profession by learning about lifeguarding. Learn valuable job skills while having fun with your friends. Course includes instruction in American Red Cross Guard Start (basic lifesaving techniques) and Water Safety Instructor Aide (swim instruction methods and class management) courses. To participate, you must demonstrate swimming skills equivalent to Elementary Level 5. Come ready to swim each class.

Prerequisites: 15 years of age or older by the last day of the course, and pass the required pre-skills test. Pre-skills test: 300 yard continuous swim. Starting in the water, swim 20 yards using front crawl or breaststroke; surface dive 7–10 feet; retrieve a 10 pound object; return to the surface; swim 20 yards back to the starting point with the object; exit the water without using a ladder or steps; complete within one minute and 40 seconds. Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd. No class 5/29–5/31 Fees: $125.00(R) • $150.00(N) Bring check to first class for book and certification: $43 payable to American Red Cross.

Barcode: 17992 Apr 5–10

Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd.

Barcode: 17993 May 24–Jun 7

Fees: $85.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $102.00(N) Sessions A, C, D $75.00(Alamo R-7A & Danville residents) • $90.00(N) Session B (no 7/5)

Barcode: 17994 May 25–Jun 8

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Jun 5 Barcode: 17995 Jun 14-19

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Location: Monte Vista Community Pool, 3131 Stone Valley Rd.

ADULT AQUATICS

JUNIOR GUARD PROGRAM Participants who successfully complete the Junior Lifeguard Basics course are eligible to submit an application to be a volunteer Junior Guard. Following a formal interview, teens accepted into the Junior Guard Program must complete designated volunteer requirements as swim lessons aides and in other aquatic programs to be invited to return to the program the following year. Junior Guards may attend and participate in all in-service trainings with aquatics staff.

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five & under

Registration for summer camps opened March 1 The Town of Danville’s youth and teen summer camps can be found in the 2010 Summer Camps brochure located inside the Spring Activity Guide. Camps listed below are not published in the brochure. Browse our full selection online at www.danvillerecguide.com.

Learn gymnastics in a fun & social environment!

ARTS, CRAFTS & MORE! TERRIFIC 2’S, 3’S & 4’S SUMMER CAMP— Parent Participation Age 2–4Y Mary Buschini, Krista Alexander You and your child will explore art, crafts, movement and music in a creative and enriching environment. Each class revolves around a toddler-inspired theme and provides a great opportunity for children to meet others and begin preschool preparation. At circle time your child will widen his repertoire of songs, and together we will participate in musical activities you can continue at home! Each week we will create and explore art through the eyes of a child, and at the end of each class the kids have a masterpiece to take home. Come join the adventure! $13 materials fee due to instructor at first class. Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Ballroom Fees: $75.00(R) • $90.00(N) Barcode: 19152 Aug 2–5 M–Th 11:30 AM–12:15

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PRESCHOOL GYMNASTICS Age 4–5Y California Gymnastic Services Staff Classes are designed to enchance your child’s strength, coordination and confidence. Emphasis is placed on beginning gymnastic skills and equipment use.

classes for 5 & under

Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room No class 6/29 Fees: $98.00(R) • $118.00(N) Barcode: 19769 Jun 22–Aug 17 Tu 11:00 AM–11:45 AM

ADVENTURES WITH TODDLERS— Parent Participation Age 18M–5Y Lonnie Greenfield

TINY TUMBLERS Age 3–4Y California Gymnastic Services Staff

Spend an hour or so hiking “toddler style”...stopping, looking and discovering nature’s treasures along the way. During our picnic there is plenty of time to look for local wildlife. Different locations each outing. Directions to trail heads are emailed prior to beginning of sessions. Bring a picnic and one adult. Location: Off Site—Class will meet at locations within 20 miles of Danville. Fees: $65.00(R) • $78.00(N) Barcode: 19780 Jun 7–14 M 10:00 AM–12:00 Barcode: 19781 Jul 12 & 26 M 10:00 AM–12:00

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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. Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room No class 6/29 Fees: $98.00(R) • $118.00(N) Barcode: 19775 Jun 22–Aug 17 Tu 10:15 AM–11:00 AM


KINDERMUSIK—Parent Participation Age: Newborn–31⁄2Y Kindermusik with Miss Lindsay & Friends Staff

PARENT & ME GYMNASTICS— Parent Participation Age 11⁄2–3Y California Gymnastic Services Staff

Each Kindermusik class is a world of discovery and adventure. In every class, you’ll witness your child’s developmental evolution in language skills, literacy, listening, problem solving, social skills, self-esteem, and musicality. And it happens within a nurturing environment—full of energy, imagination, music, dancing, and playful delight. These are parent participation classes. No non-enrolled siblings.

Parents and little ones explore, run, jump, hop, crawl, dance, sing and play parachute games. This class helps develop social and motor skills. Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room No class 6/29 Fees: $98.00(R) • $118.00(N) Barcode: 19767 Jun 22–Aug 17 Tu 9:30 AM–10:15 AM

Kindermusik Adventures: Peek-A-Boo! I Love You!

Location: Library, Mt. Diablo Room No class 7/3. 7/17 class meets in Danville Community Center Lounge. Fees: $99.00(R) • $119.00(N) Barcode: 19730 Jun 26–Jul 31 Sa 10:00 AM–10:45

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Kindermusik Adventures: Creatures at the Ocean

Age 11⁄2–31⁄2Y Frolic with your child on our musical beach! Through music, creative movement, puppet play, instrument exploration, storytelling, and singing, your child will uncover the wonder of our ocean creatures. $35 materials fee payable to instructor at first class. This is a parent participation class. No non-enrolled siblings. Location: Library, Mt. Diablo Room No class 7/3. 7/17 class meets in Danville Community Center Lounge. Fees: $99.00(R) • $119.00(N) Barcode: 19731 Jun 26–Jul 31 Sa 11:00 AM–11:45

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PRE-BALLET Age 31⁄2–5Y

Studio 8 Staff

A class designed for young children to use movement as a means of expression. The class will be taught in a creative and imaginative environment while learning the fundamentals of beginning ballet. Wear leotard, tights, ballet shoes, skirts o.k., hair up. Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room Las Trampas Room Room unavailable for parent seating 8/2. Fees: $96.00(R) • $115.00(N) Barcode: 19736 Jul 12–Aug 16 M 3:30 PM–4:15 PM Location: Danville Community Center, Las Trampas Room Fees: $112.00(R) • $134.00(N) Barcode: 19737 Jul 6–Aug 17 Tu 3:30 PM–4:15 PM Location: Studio 8, 3420 Fostoria Way, Suite A-100, Danville, (925) 867-1556, www.studio8pac.com Fees: $112.00(R) • $134.00(N) Barcode: 19741 Jul 10–Aug 21 Sa 10:00 AM–10:45

PRE-BALLET AND TAP Age 4–6Y

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Your young dancer will build upon and learn new dance moves, ballet positions and exercise to increase coordination and flexibility. Tap dance will be introduced along with learning musical patterns and steps. Tea Party and class demonstration will be given at the last class. Dancers should wear hair pulled back, leotard, pink tights, leather ballet shoes and tap shoes. NOTE: Las Trampas Room may not be available for parent use some weeks due to summer camp scheduling.

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Age Newborn–17M In this special music class created just for parents and babies, uncover more ways to say, “I love you,” and develop language using bubbles, American Sign Language, peekaboo games, and parent-baby dances. $35 materials fee payable to instructor at first class. This is a parent participation class. No non-enrolled siblings.

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Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room Fees: $100.00(R) • $120.00(N) Barcode: 19761 Jul 9–Aug 27 F 9:45 AM–10:30 AM Barcode: 19762 Jul 9–Aug 27 F 3:15 PM–4:00 PM

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PRE-BALLET/CREATIVE DANCE Age 31⁄2–41⁄2Y

Jan Manning

Introduction to dance with emphasis on the basics of ballet with creative dance. A great way to increase balance, strength, flexibility, rhythm and self-esteem. Tea Party and class demonstration will be given at the last class. Dancers should wear hair pulled back, leotard, pink tights and leather ballet shoes. NOTE: Las Trampas Room may not be available for parent use some weeks due to summer camp scheduling. Location: Danville Community Center, Las Trampas Room Fees: $100.00(R) • $120.00(N) Barcode: 19760 Jul 9–Aug 27 F 10:30 AM–11:15 AM

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STORY BOOK DANCE Age 4–6Y

TINY DANCERS—Parent Participation Age 21⁄2–31⁄2Y Studio 8 Staff A perfect FIRST dance class! Young dancers will learn the basics of jazz and ballet while developing motor, social and coordination skills. This parent participation class includes: kicks, jumps, turns, creative dance movement, memory games, scarf dancing and exploration with musical instruments. Parent participation is required. Boys and girls welcome! Adults and children wear comfortable clothing. Bare feet or ballet shoes, hair pulled away from face. Location: Studio 8, 3420 Fostoria Way, Suite A-100, Danville, (925) 867-1556, www.studio8pac.com Fees: $112.00(R) • $134.00(N) Barcode: 19734 Jul 5–Aug 16 M 10:00 AM–10:30

Studio 8 Staff

Ever want to dance out your favorite story? This is your chance! Class begins with story time, followed by a creative dance based on the book. Students will learn basic ballet and jazz steps and create their own dances. A great class for boys and girls! Comfortable clothing, bare feet or ballet shoes, hair pulled away from face. Location: Studio 8, 3420 Fostoria Way, Suite A-100, Danville, (925) 867-1556, www.studio8pac.com. Fees: $112.00(R) • $134.00(N) Barcode: 19746 Jul 8–Aug 19 Th 10:15 AM–11:00

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sports for 5 & under

Tuesdays, July 6–August 10 5:00 PM–5:45 PM

Wednesdays, July 7–August 11 6:00 PM–6:45 PM

Registration is limited to online and mail-in only. Online registration is recommended.

Barcode: 19609 Team 1

Barcode: 19630 Team 1

Barcode: 19610 Team 2

Barcode: 19631 Team 2

Age 3–5Y

Town Staff

Barcode: 19611 Team 3

Barcode: 19632 Team 3

The Town of Danville Cubbies Program is an instructional program that prepares children for the world of organized sports without the threat of competition or the fear of getting hurt. Parents work together with their 3–5 year old in a supportive environment to learn basic skills and build a foundation for youth sports. The Cubbies Program offers three sports a year: T-Ball, Flag Football and Basketball.

Barcode: 19612 Team 4

Barcode: 19633 Team 4

Barcode: 19613 Team 5

Barcode: 19634 Team 5

Barcode: 19614 Team 6

Barcode: 19635 Team 6

Barcode: 19615 Team 7

Barcode: 19636 Team 7

Tuesdays, July 6–August 10 6:00 PM–6:45 PM

Thursdays, July 8–August 12 6:00 PM–6:45 PM

Barcode: 19616 Team 1

Barcode: 19637 Team 1

Barcode: 19617 Team 2

Barcode: 19638 Team 2

Barcode: 19618 Team 3

Barcode: 19639 Team 3

Barcode: 19619 Team 4

Barcode: 19640 Team 4

Barcode: 19620 Team 5

Barcode: 19641 Team 5

Barcode: 19621 Team 6

Barcode: 19642 Team 6

Barcode: 19622 Team 7

Barcode: 19643 Team 7

CUBBIES FLAG FOOTBALL— Parent Participation

The flag football season is six weeks long, and parent knowledge of the sport is not required. Town staff will be present at all practices to introduce and demonstrate the day’s skill(s), answer questions, mark fields and pass out equipment bags. Town provides a t-shirt and award for each participant. Parent Meeting: Wednesday, June 30, Danville Community Center, 420 Front Street. Location: Diablo Vista Park, Artificial Turf Field Fees: $55.00(R) • $66.00(N)

Barcode: 19644 Team 8

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Just 4 Kicks Soccer

Just 4 Kicks, Inc. is an instructional soccer school on page 23 developing skills in an age-appropriate environment. Kids are taught skills and the rules of the game through the use of fun, skill-based games where the ‘goal’ is to have fun while learning. Sessions include warm-up, topic introduction, demonstrations, practice of the day’s particular skill, recreational games and a soccer match. The emphasis is on learning and having fun, not winning. All participants must wear shin guards during soccer classes. Rainout hotline: (408) 410-0626. Call 1⁄2-hour before class begins on days with questionable weather. Location: Osage Station Park, Soccer 5 Fees: $48.00(R) • $58.00(N) Pre-K Soccer: Age 31⁄2–4 years Barcode: 19596 Jul 6–27 Tu K Soccer: Age 4–5 years Barcode: 19597 Jul 6–27

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KIDZ LOVE SOCCER MOMMY/DADDY & ME SOCCER—Parent Participation Age 2–31⁄2Y Kidz Love Soccer Staff

5 AND UNDER

Introduce yourself and your toddler to the ‘World’s most Popular Game!’ As you and your child participate in fun, age-appropriate activities, your child will be developing their large motor skills and socialization skills. Various activities designed around the game of soccer will be played each week. The fun happens on the field, and in Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer, you won’t have to watch from the sidelines. Location: Osage Station Park, Soccer 5 8/7 and 8/21 classes held at Greenbrook Elementary Soccer Field. Fees: $94.00(R) • $113.00(N) Barcode: 19715 Jun 24–Aug 12 Th 9:30 AM–10:00 AM Barcode: 19716 Jul 10–Aug 28 Sa 2:30 PM–3:00 PM

KIDZ LOVE SOCCER Age 31⁄2–5Y Kidz Love Soccer Staff

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Learn the world’s most popular sport from professional coaches licensed in the Kidz Love Soccer method, which includes age-appropriate skill demonstrations, fun games, and instructional scrimmages conducted in a non-competitive, recreational format. Shin guards are required after the first class. Soccer balls will be provided. Please park in lot on Orange Blossom, not in school parking lot. Rain hotline (800) 871-2275 to be called no sooner than 1⁄2-hour before class. Tot Soccer: Age 31⁄2–4 years Encourages large motor skill development through fun soccer games and introduces small children to the group setting. Little tykes will enjoy running and kicking just like big kids! Location: Osage Station Park, Soccer 5 8/6, 8/7, 8/21 classes meet at Greenbrook Elementary Soccer Field Fees: $94.00(R) • $113.00(N) Barcode: 19680 Jun 24–Aug 12 Th 10:15 AM–10:45 AM Barcode: 19681 Jun 24–Aug 12 Th 5:20 PM–5:50 PM Barcode: 19691 Jun 25–Aug 13 F 9:45 AM–10:15 AM Barcode: 19686 Jun 25–Aug 13 F 5:50 PM–6:20 PM Barcode: 19687 Jul 10–Aug 28 Sa 1:15 PM–1:45 PM Barcode: 19688 Jul 10–Aug 28 Sa 3:50 PM–4:20 PM

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JUST 4 KICKS SOCCER Age 31⁄2–5Y

Pre Soccer: Age 4–5 years Teaches the basic techniques of the game and builds self-esteem through participation and fun soccer activities. Children learn to follow instructions in a nurturing, age-appropriate environment. Location: Osage Station Park, Soccer 5 8/6, 8/7, 8/21 classes meet at Greenbrook Elementary Soccer Field Fees: $94.00(R) • $113.00(N) Barcode: 19682 Jun 24–Aug 12 Th 10:45 AM–11:20 AM Barcode: 19683 Jun 24–Aug 12 Th 4:00 PM–4:35 PM Barcode: 19698 Jun 25–Aug 13 F 10:15 AM–10:50 AM Barcode: 19692 Jun 25–Aug 13 F 5:15 PM–5:50 PM Barcode: 19697 Jul 10–Aug 28 Sa 1:45 PM–2:20 PM Barcode: 19696 Jul 10–Aug 28 Sa 4:20 PM–4:55 PM

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WEE HOOP Age 11⁄2–5Y

visual arts for 5 & under

Dinah Shah

Introduce your child to the sport of basketball in a safe, fun, and age-appropriate environment. Dribblers: Age 18 months–3 years, Parent Participation This parent-child class focuses on gross motor skills like throwing and making baskets on a 21⁄2-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. Wee Hoop basketball required; $6 material fee due to instructor at first class.

five & under

Location: Diablo Vista Community Gym Fees: $100.00(R) • $120.00(N) Barcode: 19823 Jun 16–Aug 11 W 5:00

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Jump Shooters: Age 3–4 years 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. Wee Hoop basketball required; $6 material fee due to instructor at first class.

Location: Charlotte Wood Middle School, Teen Center, 600 El Capitan Drive (portable located behind the gym) Fees: $52.00(R) • $62.00(N) Barcode: 19788 Jun 15–Jul 6 Tu 9:30 AM–10:15 AM Barcode: 19789 Jul 13–Aug 3 Tu 9:30 AM–10:15 AM Barcode: 19790 Aug 10–31 Tu 9:30 AM–10:15 AM PM–6:25 PM

Location: Diablo Vista Park, Outdoor Basketball Courts Fees: $100.00(R) • $120.00(N) Barcode: 19826

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Location: Charlotte Wood Middle School, Teen Center, 600 El Capitan Drive (portable located behind the gym) Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Barcode: 19675 Jun 24–Jul 29 Th 9:00 AM–10:00 AM

Young Rembrandts pre-school drawing classes will enhance a child’s personal creativity, imagination, focus, and attention to detail. In this step-by-step drawing class, children will learn the basic fundamentals of drawing, which will give them the tools and techniques to become skillful artists. No prior art class experience is necessary. New lessons each class and each session.

Hot Shots: Age 4–5 years This class places more of an emphasis on develping 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. Wee Hoop basketball required; $6 material fee due to instructor at first class.

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Calling all preschoolers! If you love story time and crafts, this is the class for you. You will have fun creating your very own masterpieces using a wide variety of art supplies including, crayons, fingerpaint, tissue paper, and a few surprises. This class will focus on shapes, letters, cutting skills, and fun. Wear old clothes because we might get messy. Parents are welcome to stay. $15 materials fee due to instructor at first class.

PRESCHOOL DRAWING Age 31⁄2–5Y Young Rembrandts Staff

Location: Diablo Vista Community Gym Fees: $100.00(R) • $120.00(N) Barcode: 19825 Jun 16–Aug 11 W 5:40

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KIDS KNEAD TO EAT COOKING CAMP Age 6–9Y Sonda Perrings Summer can really sizzle in this hands-on cooking class for elementary school children. Come join the fun as we explore the seasonal foods of summer and learn how to use them in yummy dishes we make in class. Best of all, everyone gets to eat what they make in class. Recipes and techniques change each session, so classes are always interesting to returning students. Parents must notify the instructor of any food allergies prior to the class start date. $18 non-refundable supply fee due to instructor at first class. Location: Danville Community Center, Art Room Monday classes meet in Las Trampas Room Fees: $85.00(R) • $102.00(N) Barcode: 19726 Jun 28–Jul 2 M,W, F 10:30 AM–12:00 Barcode: 19727 Aug 2–6 M,W, F 10:30 AM–12:00

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Older students can now learn to cook in these classes designed for the 9–11 year old age group. They will learn how to plan and prepare meals using different recipes, techniques, and utensils. Best of all, they get to eat what they make. Recipes are seasonal and change each session. Aprons are suggested. Parents must notify the instructor of any food allergies prior to the class start date. $18 non-refundable supply fee due to instructor at first class.

YOUTH Vidya Pillai

If you are curious about life science, these are the camps for you! Budding Biologists Camp This is an experiment-based, fun-filled class for curious biologists. In this super-exciting class, you’ll examine fish, identify the various fins and the gills, and learn many new fun facts about fish. You also get to examine squid, take apart owl pellets, and take home some crickets. A detailed worksheet is also included. $5 non-refundable materials fee due to instructor at class. Location: Danville Community Center, Las Trampas Room Fees: $75.00(R) • $90.00(N) Age 4–7 years Barcode: 19354 Jul 26–30

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Age 8–12 years Barcode: 19355 Jul 26–30

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Budding Biologists Camp: Critters If insects and beetles fascinate you, this is the camp for you! You’ll study crickets and mealworms, examine ladybugs, and even get to take them home. Learn how crickets breathe and hear. You’ll study the habitat, environment, and characteristics of hermit crabs. How many legs do hermit crabs have? What is the small pincher used for each? Each class includes a detailed worksheet. $5 non-refundable materials fee due to instructor at class. Location: Danville Community Center, Las Trampas Room Fees: $75.00(R) • $90.00(N) Age 4–7 years Barcode: 19356 Aug 9–13

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OLDER KIDS KNEAD TO EAT COOKING CAMP Age 9–11Y Sonda Perrings

Location: Danville Community Center, Art Room Monday classes meet in Las Trampas Room Fees: $85.00(R) • $102.00(N) Barcode: 19728 Jun 28–Jul 2 M, W, F 2:00 PM–3:30 Barcode: 19729 Aug 2–6 M, W, F 2:00 PM–3:30

SCIENCE BEGINNINGS: BUDDING BIOLOGISTS CAMPS Age 4–12Y

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BEGINNING GUITAR FOR CHILDREN Age 8–12Y Ted Crowley Most songs only use three or four basic chords. This class is designed to have you playing real songs by popular groups in just a few weeks. It’s easy, and with only six students per class you will get the help you need from the instructor. Bring a functioning and tuned guitar. Location: Danville Community Center, Lounge Fees: $150.00(R) • $180.00(N) Barcode: 19759 Jun 16–Aug 18 W 4:30

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BUMPER BOWLING BUDDIES— Parent Participation Age 3–7Y Danville Bowl Staff

YOUTH GYMNASTICS Age 51⁄2–8Y California Gymnastic Services Staff

Enjoy a gutter-free beginning bowling adventure! Program includes one game per week, shoe rental, on lane guidance, use of lightweight bowling balls and an awards party. Parents are asked to assist children. If participant arrives 15 minutes or later into class their game will automatically be forfeited. Location:Danville Bowl, 200 Boone Court Fees: $59.00(R) • $70.00(N) Barcode: 19764 Jun 22–Aug 10 Tu 1:00 Barcode: 19765 Jun 22–Aug 10 Tu 3:30 Barcode: 19766 Jun 25–Aug 13 F 1:00

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. No jeans or dresses. Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room No class 6/29 Fees: $98.00(R) • $118.00(N) Barcode: 19771 Jun 22–Aug 17 Tu 11:45 AM–12:30 PM

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BEGINNING BALLET AND TAP Age 5–7Y

Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room Fees: $105.00(R) • $126.00(N) Barcode: 19763 Jul 9–Aug 27 F 4:00 PM–5:00 PM

HIP HOP Age 7–11Y KIDS’ NIGHT OUT! Age 3–10Y

Town Staff

Kids need a night out, too! Come create arts & crafts, play games, eat a snack and enjoy a movie! 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. No pull-ups. Please note all families can sign up for one Kids’ Night Out event per month. Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room Fees: $18.00(R) • $21.00(N) Wild Things

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Introduction to dance with emphasis on the basics of ballet and tap, along with creative dance. This class is a great way to increase balance, strength, flexibility, rhythm and self-esteem. Tea Party and class demonstration will be given at the last class. Dancers should wear hair pulled back, leotard, pink tights, leather ballet shoes and tap shoes. NOTE: Las Trampas Room Room may not be available for parent use some weeks due to summer camp scheduling.

Barcode: 19464 Jun 25

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Red, White, and Blue Barcode: 19465 Jul 9 Barcode: 19466 Jul 23

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Dog Days of Summer Barcode: 19467 Aug 6 Barcode: 19468 Aug 20

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It’s Not Rocket Science! Barcode: 19469 Sep 10 Barcode: 19470 Sep 24

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A high-energy class! Come learn the newest trends in Hip Hop. Dance to the latest Hip Hop music. At the end of the course there will be a performance for family and friends. Wear comfortable clothing, tennis shoes or jazz shoes, hair pulled away from face. Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room Fees: $96.00(R) • $115.00(N) Barcode: 19742 Jul 12–Aug 16 M 5:15 PM–6:15 PM

HIP HOP FOR BOYS Age 8–12Y

Studio 8 Staff

A Hip Hop camp for boys only. Boys will learn fun and funky moves to fun Hip Hop music. Boys will learn elements of break dancing, pop-n-lock, and Hip Hop style moves. Boys will learn a Hip Hop dance routine that they will perform for friends and family on the last day of class. Location: Studio 8, 3420 Fostoria Way, Suite A-100, Danville, (925) 867-1556, www.studio8pac.com. Fees: $112.00(R) • $134.00(N) Barcode: 19739 Jul 6–Aug 17 Tu 3:30 PM–4:30

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JAZZ HIP HOP Age 7–11Y

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Studio 8 Staff

Come learn the latest fun and funky dance moves! Learn to kick, leap and turn to the latest Hip Hop music. It’s a high-energy class with a strong emphasis on jazz technique. At the end of the course there will be an opportunity for friends and family to watch. Wear form-fitting dancewear, no baggy t-shirts, split sole jazz shoes, hair pulled away from face. Location: Studio 8, 3420 Fostoria Way, Suite A-100, Danville, (925) 867-1556, www.studio8pac.com. Fees: $112.00(R) • $134.00(N) Barcode: 19750 Jul 7–Aug 18 W 12:45 PM–1:45

JUNIOR HIP HOP Age 4–8Y

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Studio 8 Staff

Come learn fun and funky moves to the latest music. Class begins with a warm-up, across the floor progressions and will culminate with an energetic Hip Hop dance routine. This class uses age-appropriate music. On the last day there will be a performance for friends and family. Wear comfortable clothing, tennis shoes or jazz shoes, hair pulled away from face.

SUNSHINE VOCAL PERFORMANCE PROGRAM Age 6–12Y

Location: Hap Magee Ranch Park, Swain House Fees: $170.00(R) • $204.00(N) Age 6–8 years Barcode: 19573 Jun 15–Aug 31

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Location: Studio 8, 3420 Fostoria Way, Suite A-100, Danville, (925) 867-1556, www.studio8pac.com. Fees: $112.00(R) • $134.00(N) Age 5–8 years Barcode: 19749 Jul 7–Aug 18

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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. You will also have the opportunity to perform in a musical production at the end of the three months. Bring a blank CD to the first class.

Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room Fees: $112.00(R) • $134.00(N) Age 4–6 years Barcode: 19748 Jul 6–Aug 17

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MUSICAL PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP Age 6–12Y Studio 8 Staff Come learn the dances to the music from Disney’s High School Musical 1, 2 and 3! Now you can imagine that you’re dancing along with Troy and Gabriella. On the last day of class students will perform a mini-production of the High School Musical dances for family and friends. Comfortable clothing, tennis shoes or jazz shoes. Hair must be pulled away from face. NOTE: Las Trampas Room may not be available for parent use some weeks due to summer camp scheduling.

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sports for youth JUNIOR TENNIS CAMPS Age 6–17Y John DeMartini

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Our tennis program features classes for all skill levels and limits class size for individualized instruction. Instructor John DeMartini is USPTA certified and has been a teaching pro for over twenty years, formerly at Stanford University. Make-ups will be given on those occasions when inclement weather requires that a class be cancelled. See instructor at the next scheduled class meeting for make-up date. Proper tennis attire required. No jeans. Bring tennis racket and one unopened can of tennis balls to first class. Pee Wee: Age 6–8 years Location: Diablo Vista Park, Tennis Courts Fees: $65.00(R) • $78.00(N) Barcode: 19539 Jun 14–18 M–F 1:00 Barcode: 19521 Jun 21–25 M–F 1:00 Location: Osage Station Park, Tennis Courts Fees: $65.00(R) • $78.00(N) Barcode: 19522 Jun 28–Jul 2 M–F 1:00 Barcode: 19523 Jul 5–9 M–F 1:00 Barcode: 19540 Jul 12–16 M–F 1:00 Barcode: 19524 Jul 19–23 M–F 1:00 Barcode: 19525 Jul 26–30 M–F 1:00 Barcode: 19526 Aug 2–6 M–F 1:00 Barcode: 19527 Aug 9–13 M–F 1:00 Barcode: 19541 Aug 16–20 M–F 1:00 Child: Age 9–12 years Location: Diablo Vista Park, Tennis Courts Fees: $65.00(R) • $78.00(N) Barcode: 19542 Jun 14–18 M–F 2:00 Barcode: 19528 Jun 21–25 M–F 2:00 Location: Osage Station Park, Tennis Courts Fees: $65.00(R) • $78.00(N) Barcode: 19529 Jun 28–Jul 2 M–F 2:00 Barcode: 19530 Jul 5–9 M–F 2:00 Barcode: 19543 Jul 12–16 M–F 2:00 Barcode: 19531 Jul 19–23 M–F 2:00 Barcode: 19532 Jul 26–30 M–F 2:00 Barcode: 19533 Aug 2–6 M–F 2:00 Barcode: 19550 Aug 9–13 M–F 2:00 Barcode: 19547 Aug 16–20 M–F 2:00

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JUNIOR TENNIS ADVANCED CLINICS Age 9–17Y John DeMartini An advanced player can execute all strokes dependably, including approach shots and net play. The instructor reserves the right to change student’s class level if necessary. Bring tennis racket and unopened can of tennis balls to first class. Location: Osage Station Park, Tennis Courts 6/17 & 6/24 classes at Diablo Vista Park Tennis Courts Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Child: Age 9–12 years Barcode: 19793 Jun 17–Aug 12

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k Just 4 Kicks, Inc. is an instructional Just 4 Kic r soccer school developing skills in Socce 17 an age-appropriate environment. on page Kids are taught skills and the rules of the game through the use of fun, skill-based games where the ‘goal’ is to have fun while learning. Sessions include warm-up, topic introduction, demonstrations, practice of the day’s particular skill, recreational games and a soccer match. The emphasis is on learning and having fun, not winning. All participants must wear shin guards during soccer classes. Rainout hotline: (408) 410-0626. Call 1⁄2-hour before class begins on days with questionable weather. Location: Osage Station Park, Soccer 5 Fees: $48.00(R) • $58.00(N) K–1 Soccer: Age 5–6 years Barcode: 19598 Jul 6–27

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SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS A number of organized sports leagues are available to youth and adults in Danville. Contact the following independent leagues directly.

Danville Little League www.danvillelittleleague.com San Ramon Valley Little League www.srvbaseball.org Tassajara Valley Little League (925) 736-TVLL www.tvllbaseball.org

FOOTBALL San Ramon Valley Thunderbird Youth Football & Spirit Leader Organization www.srvtbirds.com

Diablo Scorpion League www.scorpionlacrosse.com

RUGBY

Danville Adult Soccer League www.diablosoccer.org

Learn the world’s most popular sport from professional coaches licensed in the Kidz Love Soccer method which includes age-appropriate skill demonstrations, fun games, and instructional scrimmages conducted in a non-competitive, recreational format. Shin guards are required after the first class. Soccer balls will be provided. Please park in lot on Orange Blossom, not in school parking lot. Rain hotline (800) 871-2275 to be called no sooner than 1⁄2-hour before class. more

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Soccer 1: Age 5–6 years Soccer Beginning players learn dribbling, passing, on page 17 receiving, shooting, age-specific defense, etc. Fun skill games are played at every session, and every participant will have a ball at his or her feet. Small-sided soccer matches will be introduced gradually. Location: Osage Station Park, Soccer 5 8/6, 8/7, 8/21 classes meet at Greenbrook Elementary Soccer Field Fees: $94.00(R) • $113.00(N) Barcode: 19678 Jun 25–Aug 13 F 4:30 PM–5:15 PM Barcode: 19684 Jun 24–Aug 12 Th 11:20 AM–12:05 PM Barcode: 19689 Jun 24–Aug 12 Th 4:35 PM–5:20 PM Barcode: 19693 Jun 25–Aug 13 F 10:50 AM–11:35 AM Barcode: 19685 Jul 10–Aug 28 Sa 2:20 PM–3:05 PM

Location: Osage Station Park, Soccer 5 8/6, 8/7, 8/21 classes meet at Greenbrook Elementary Soccer Field Fees: $94.00(R) • $113.00(N) Barcode: 19690 Jun 25–Aug 13 F 11:35 AM–12:20 PM Barcode: 19694 Jun 25–Aug 13 F 3:45 PM–4:30 PM Barcode: 19695 Jul 10–Aug 28 Sa 3:05 PM–3:50 PM

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YOUTH Kidz Love Soccer Staff

Soccer 2: Age 7–8 years Play the exciting game of Soccer! Explore the real sport, yet in an instructional and nurturing environment. Be challenged by real soccer situations, and venture into the fun, tactical side of scrimmaging. Players will enjoy age-appropriate soccer matches and be guided through the possibilities by a KLS youth specialist. Attack and Score goals! Pace and Possession! Defense and Transition! Themes such as these and continued skill building will be explored fully on the soccer field by young soccer aficionados.

BASEBALL

Danville Oaks Rugby Club www.eteamz.com/danvillerugby

KIDZ LOVE SOCCER Age 5–8Y

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JUST 4 KICKS SOCCER Age 5–12Y

Mustang Soccer League www.mustangsoccer.com

My son Miles and his best friend Kyle have been having a great time learning to play soccer. The coaches have been great! —LAURA VRANAS

SOFTBALL San Ramon Valley Girls Athletic League www.srvgal.org

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CHILDREN’S ART CLASSES Little Hands Art

Age 4–6Y

Mary Mello

Calling all little ones! If you love story time and crafts, this is the class for you. You will have fun creating your very own masterpieces using a wide variety of art supplies including, crayons, fingerpaint, tissue paper, and a few surprises. This class will focus on shapes, letters, cutting skills, and fun. Wear old clothes because we might get messy. Parents are welcome to stay. $15 materials fee due to instructor at first class. Location: Charlotte Wood Middle School, 600 El Capitan Drive, Teen Center (portable located behind the gym) Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Barcode: 19675 Jun 24–Jul 29 Th 9:00 AM–10:00 AM Messy Art

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Age 8–12Y

Mary Mello

If you like getting your hands dirty and having fun making new friends, then Messy Art is the place to be! Using balloons, flour, yarn, newspaper and water, students will have a great time creating paper mache and yarn crafts. Products used in class contain wheat and gluten. Wear old clothes because we will get MESSY! $15 materials fee due to instructor at first class.

CHILDREN’S DRAWING CLASSES Children’s Beginning Drawing

Age 5–7Y

Bill DiMichele

Introduce your child to the wonders of the imagination. Simple steps reveal how fun, easy, and rewarding drawing can be. Various tools and techniques will be used to stimulate your child’s interest in learning to draw. $5 lab fee due instructor at first class. Location: Danville Community Center, Art Room Fees: $60.00(R) • $72.00(N) Barcode: 19661 Jul 10–Aug 28 Sa 9:00 AM–10:30

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Children’s Advanced Drawing

Age 8–12Y

Bill DiMichele

In this class we will be using advanced drawing principles combined with aspects of visual design to allow your child’s innate artistic skills to blossom. Perspective drawing, nature sketching and human studies are just a small part of this comprehensive and creative program. $5 lab fee due instructor at first class. Location: Danville Community Center, Art Room Fees: $60.00(R) • $72.00(N) Barcode: 19662 Jul 10–Aug 28 Sa 10:30 AM–12:00

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Location: Charlotte Wood Middle School, 600 El Capitan Drive, Teen Center (portable located behind the gym) Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Barcode: 19676

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Crafty Creations

Age 6–10Y

Mary Mello

Don’t miss out on the Fun Crafty Creations happening in the Art Room. This class will keep your mind thinking and your hands busy. Each week you will learn how to make a new and exciting craft. We will be thinking outside the box to fuel your creative juices. Wear old clothes. $15 materials fee due to instructor at first class. Location: Charlotte Wood Middle School, 600 El Capitan Drive, Teen Center (portable located behind the gym) Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Barcode: 19677

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Drawing Painting Sculpture

Age 5–12Y

Charlene Elliott

Learn about the elements of art including line, shape, color, form, space, composition and color mixing. Draw, paint and sculpt a variety of subjects including insects, marine life, African wildlife, landscape, still life, circus performers, dinosaurs and outer space. Each child will use their own imagination to create large scale works of art. $20 lab fee due to instructor at first class. Location: Danville Community Center, Art Room Fees: $69.00(R) • $83.00(N) Barcode: 19663 Jun 21–25 M, W, F 12:30 PM–2:00

camps for teens

YOUTH/ TEEN

Registration for summer camps opened March 1 The Town of Danville’s teen summer camps and trips/excursions can be found in the 2010 Summer Camps brochure located inside the Spring Activity Guide. Browse our full selection online at www.danvillerecguide.com.

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Basic Drawing & Composition

Charlene Elliott

Children will have fun learning the basics of drawing and sketching using a variety of mediums, such as colored pencils, pastels, markers, collage materials and paint. A $20 Lab Fee will be collected by the instructor on the first day of class. Location: Danville Community Center, Art Room Fees: $69.00(R) • $83.00(N) Barcode: 19664 Jul 12–16 M, W, F 12:30 PM–2:00

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Young Rembrandts Drawing

Age 5–12Y

Young Rembrandts Staff

This elementary-age curriculum is designed to teach basic to advanced drawing skills in a positive and nurturing environment. New lessons are presented each class, and each session. No prior art class experience necessary. All materials supplied by Young Rembrandts. Location: Danville Community Center, Art Room Fees: $52.00(R) • $62.00(N) Barcode: 19672 Jun 15–Jul 6 Tu 4:00 PM–5:00 Barcode: 19673 Jul 13–Aug 3 Tu 4:00 PM–5:00 Barcode: 19674 Aug 10–31 Tu 4:00 PM–5:00

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BABYSITTING CLASSES Age 10–14Y

Suzy McCreary

Learn the skills needed to be a trusted and responsible babysitter. Learn 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. Students should bring lunch for the all day class, and a snack for the afternoon class. We will play games outside; dress appropriately. Location: Hap Magee Ranch Park, Magee House Fees: $48.00(R) • $58.00(N) Barcode: 18375 Jun 14–15 M–Tu 1:00 PM–4:00 Location: Oak Hill Park, OHP Classroom Fees: $48.00(R) • $58.00(N) Barcode: 18376 Jun 26 Sa 9:00

COLLEGE 101 Age 16–19Y

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Alison Bly and Andrea Maes

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Age 5–12Y

Designed to help freshmen succeed in college. Studies have shown that the majority of students who drop out of college do so in their first year. Many factors contribute, including: not having a connection to the college, deficient study skills, a lack of direction, and ineffective management of time. This class will educate students about the issues facing new college students and provide them with some success strategies that they can take with them when they start college. Class topics include deciding on a major, time management and other college success strategies, staying healthy in college, and getting involved in the college campus. Instructors are higher education professionals with extensive experience in Student Life and Career Exploration Counseling. Location: Library, Mt. Diablo Room Fees: $85.00(R) • $102.00(N) Barcode: 19873 Jun 21–23 M, W

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HIGH SCHOOL GUITAR Age 13–18Y

Ted Crowley

Most songs only use three or four basic chords. This class is designed to have you playing real songs by groups like the Beatles, Santana, Green Day, and Coldplay. All taught to you by an instructor with a BA and MA in music along with 25 years of experience! With a limited classs size of six you will get the help you need. All styles of guitar are welcome, just bring your own. Bass players welcome too! Location: Danville Community Center, Lounge Fees: $150.00(R) • $180.00(N) Barcode: 19791 Jun 16–Aug 18 W 5:15

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MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENT UNIONS

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During the school year, the Town of Danville provides students at Danville's three middle schools a safe and fun place to go after school. Supervised by trained Town staff, registered students may choose to participate in a variety of activities at the on-campus Teen Centers, including homework time, arts and crafts, reading, video games, sports, or just hanging out with friends. Students sign themselves in and out, and once they sign out, they are required to leave campus. The Teen Centers will be open for any early release days and are closed during nonschool days and holidays. The program is provided at no fee, but students must be registered and have an Emergency Form on file to attend. Registration details will be available in the Fall Activity Guide, with registration beginning on August 11 for the 2010–2011 school year. For more information, contact Program Coordinator Chris Waage, cwaage@ci.danville.ca.us, (925) 314-3481.

When I think of summer, I think of Summer Camp and the Town of Danville. As a child, I grew up attending

camps and now I am a camp counselor. I loved attending camp and had such fond memories of summers in Danville. Now as a Camp Counselor I look

forward to spending my summers with campers, making sure their camp experiences are as memorable

as my summers.

—BRANDON LUCIA, SENIOR AT MONTE VISTA HIGH SCHOOL, PREVIOUS SUMMER CAMPER AND LEADER-IN-TRAINING, AND CURRENT CAMP COUNSELOR SM

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MONEY SMART TEENS: CRASH COURSE IN PERSONAL FINANCE FOR TEENS Age 14–19Y Money Smart Teens Staff

Location: Library, Mt. Diablo Room Fees: $240.00(R) • $288.00(N) Barcode: 19744 Jun 28–Jul 1 M–Th 10:00

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Location: Danville Community Center, Las Trampas Fees: $240.00(R) • $288.00(N) Barcode: 19747 Jul 12–15 M–Th 10:00 AM–1:30

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TEEN SUMMER GUITAR CLASSES Beginning Acoustic

Age 11Y and up

Glenn Staller

As we move through the class you will learn the rudiments of reading music, notes below the 5th fret for all six strings, and popular and open chords. You’ll learn techniques through the music of various contemporary artists. $15 materials fee payable to instructor first class meeting. Location: Danville Community Center, Lounge No class 7/1 Fees: $125.00(R) • $150.00(N) Barcode: 19872 Jun 17–Jul 29 Th 1:00

TEEN WOMEN’S YOGA Age 13–18Y

Leena St. Michael

Lighthearted summer class teaching foundations of yoga for all types of bodies and abilities; moving to music of your choice, and even exploring basics of acro-yoga, meditaton, group and partner poses. You’ll build confidence, flexibility, coordination and a powerful core. You’ll develop all-over strength—yes, even upper body strength. You’ll learn how to balance emotions, de-stress, boost the immune system and improve focus. Especially for yoginis—females, only. Yoga mat by second class, comfortable workout clothes. Best to come well hydrated with empty stomach. Supplemental props will be explained during first class meeting. Location: Library, Mt. Diablo Room Fees: $66.00(R) • $79.00(N) Barcode: 19735 Jul 13–29 Tu, Th 3:45 Barcode: 19738 Aug 3–19 Tu, Th 3:45

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classes for adults dance classes for teens HIP HOP TEENS Age 12–17Y

Studio 8 Staff

A high-energy class! Come learn the newest trends in Hip Hop. Dance to the latest Hip Hop music. At the end of the course there will be a performance for family and friends. Wear comfortable clothing, tennis shoes or jazz shoes, hair pulled away from face. Location: Studio 8, 3420 Fostoria Way, Suite A-100, Danville, (925) 867-1556, www.studio8pac.com. Fees: $112.00(R) • $134.00(N) Barcode: 19754 Jul 8–Aug 19 Th 6:30 PM–7:30

BEGINNING UKULELE Age 11Y and up

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Is your teen a Money Smart Teen? In this fun crash course your high school student will learn about personal finance and getting a job!

TEEN/ ADULT

Glenn Staller

Just that... the basics of playing the ukulele. Focus is on learning chords and transitions through playing songs. Notes in the open position will be covered. Bring Ukulele. $15 materials fee paid to instructor at first class. Location: Danville Community Center, Lounge No Class 7/1 Fees: $125.00(R) • $150.00(N) Barcode: 19787 Jun 17-Jul 29 Th 2:00 PM-3:00 PM

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COMPUTER CLASSES Age 18Y and up Choose from a variety of informational and educational hands-on computer classes! Hands on Digital Photo Lynn Pesonen & Scanner Class You have photos that you need scanned or have taken with your digital camera, now what? Using a provided computer and scanner you’ll learn how to organize your photos and how to edit your pictures with PhotoShop Elements. The concepts you learn will allow you to enhance and preserve great photos. $30 due to instructor at first class for take-home class manual.

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Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Classroom Fees: $100.00(R) • $120.00(N) Barcode: 19507 Jun 23–30 W 6:30 PM–8:30

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Hands-On Microsoft Excel Lynn Pesonen Work with numbers and lists? Then you need to learn Excel and its shortcuts for setting up spreadsheets quickly and efficiently. You’ll learn how to create formulas, format text and numbers, sort lists, work with multiple worksheets and various printing options. $20 due to instructor at class for take-home class manual. Computers provided; two people per computer. Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Classroom Fees: $30.00(R) • $36.00(N) Barcode: 19508 Jul 21 W 6:30 PM–8:30

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Hands-On Microsoft Publisher Lynn Pesonen Microsoft Publisher allows you to create flyers, newsletters, business cards and many other types of publications. You’ll work with a pre-designed template to learn how to modify the design and content. With the skills you learn you’ll create impressive and professional publications. $20 due to instructor at class for take-home class manual. Computers provided; two people per computer. Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Classroom Fees: $30.00(R) • $36.00(N) Barcode: 19509 Aug 25 W 6:30 PM–8:30

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Hands-On Microsoft Powerpoint Lynn Pesonen Learn to design and enhance your slide show presentations. We’ll work with presentation designs, bulleted lists, inserting photos and clip-art, apply animation effects and how to run the presentation with ease. $20 due to instructor at class for take-home class manual. Computers provided; two people per computer. Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Classroom Fees: $30.00(R) • $36.00(N) Barcode: 19510 Aug 18 W 6:30 PM–8:30

Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Classroom Fees: $30.00(R) • $36.00(N) Barcode: 19511 Aug 11 W 6:30 PM–8:30

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FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS Age 18Y and up Mi Piaci— All Things Beautiful Staff Join master floral designer Phoenix Nguyen of Mi Piaci for a fun hour with flowers and learn the experts’ techniques and tricks of the trade for creating exquisite floral designs. Learn new design techniques every week! Phoenix’s creation will be raffled off at the end of every class! Photography is welcomed, so bring a camera—photos provide great future reference. Fit for Royalty Lush English-garden style arrangements fit for the queen in you. Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Classroom Fees: $20.00(R) • $24.00(N) Barcode: 19718 Jun 18 F 11:00 AM–12:00 PM Barcode: 19719 Jun 18 F 1:00 PM–2:00 PM Photo Perfect! Get that magazine look—easy techniques for difficult bowl containers. Location: Danville Community Center, Las Trampas Room Fees: $20.00(R) • $24.00(N) Barcode: 19720 Jul 17 Sa 11:00 AM–12:00 PM Barcode: 19721 Jul 17 Sa 1:00 PM–2:00 PM Wrap it up! Gorgeous arrangements in leaf-lined containers. Think sleek and modern. Location: Danville Community Center, Las Trampas Room Fees: $20.00(R) • $24.00(N) Barcode: 19722 Aug 14 Sa 11:00 AM–12:00 PM Barcode: 19723 Aug 14 Sa 1:00 PM–2:00 PM

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Hands-On Microsoft Word, Mail Merge Lynn Pesonen Accomplish your mailings quickly and easily! You’ll learn how to setup a mail merge in six easy steps. You’ll create a customized name and address list and merge the list to print onto letters, labels and envelopes so each is personalized. $20 due to instructor at class for take-home class manual. Computers provided; two people per computer.



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FOREIGN LANGUAGES Age 18Y and up French for Travel Jennifer Enzminger Learn practical communication skills for a variety of situations. Key phrases and culture tips will help participants navigate different methods of transportation, lodgings, shopping, menus, and more. Friendly, dynamic classroom encourages active participation. Course materials available in class. No previous knowledge of French required. Contact instructor via Community Center with questions. Location: Hap Magee Ranch Park, Swain House Fees: $125.00(R) • $150.00(N) Barcode: 19604 Jun 25–Jul 30 F 10:30 AM–12:00

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Beginning Italian

Age 17Y and up

Gina Stearley

Location: Library, Mt. Diablo Room Fees: $165.00(R) • $198.00(N) Barcode: 19606 Jun 14–Sep 13 M

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Intermediate Italian Gina Stearley This class is a continuation of Beginning Italian from the spring course, Tuesday nights. This class will continue with grammar, vocabulary and role playing that will build upon our foundation of easily spoken Italian. Location: Danville Community Center, Lounge Fees: $165.00(R) • $198.00(N) Barcode: 19607 Jun 15–Aug 31 Tu 7:00

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Italian II

Age 17Y and up Gina Stearley This class is a continuation of Beginning Italian class, on Tuesday mornings. More travel vocabulaire, verb conjugation and role playing to further our spoken Italian. Please consult the instructor to assess placement. Location: Library, Mt. Diablo Room 8/3 class held in Danville Community Center, Lounge Fees: $165.00(R) • $198.00(N) Barcode: 19608 Jun 15–Aug 31 Tu

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This is a fun and interactive class that teaches basic grammar and pronunciation but is also perfect for travels in Italy. You will learn how to ask questions, and you’ll understand the answer. We cover asking for directions, shopping, exchanging money and ordering food in a restaurant or deli. You’ll learn how to make reservations for a tour, train or a hotel room. Italian is a very lively language. Come and join the fun! $25 materials fee.

I have taken a number of French courses and the French Class

taught by Jennifer Enzminger is by far the best I have experienced. It is definitely worth the time and money. Jennifer is an exceptional teacher; she encourages each of us to use our skills at the highest level. The class has become a community where we support and encourage each other as we learn French.

—SHEILA MURRAY BETHEL, Ph.D. Sheila is an accomplished author and lecturer. She and her husband live in Walnut Creek and have six children. SM

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GUITAR CLASSES FOR ADULTS AND TEENS Age 15Y and up Class for all styles and experience levels, just bring your own guitar. Adult Beginning Guitar

Age 18Y and up

Ted Crowley

Most popular songs use only three or four simple guitar chords. This class will have you playing real rock and folk songs in just a few weeks. The instructor has a BA and MA in music and 25 years of teaching experience. Class size is limited to six so you will get the help that you need. All styles are welcome, just bring your guitar. Ten classes. Location: Danville Community Center, Lounge Fees: $150.00(R) • $180.00(N) Barcode: 19583 Jun 16–Aug 18 W 6:30 PM–7:15

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Advanced Guitar

Age 18Y and up

Ted Crowley

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This is for those who have completed the Adult Guitar Class for beginners and wish to continue, or those of any age who have prior experience. Barre chords, 7ths and 9ths, scales and modes, sequences and modulations are among the topics explored. Ten classes, all styles welcome, class size limited to six. Location: Danville Community Center, Lounge Fees: $150.00(R) • $180.00(N) Barcode: 19584 Jun 16–Aug 18 W 7:15

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Beginning Acoustic

Age 15Y and up

Glenn Staller

As we move through the class you will learn the rudiments of reading music, notes below the 5th fret for all six strings, and popular and open chords. You’ll learn techniques through the music of various contemporary artists. $12 materials fee due to instructor at first class meeting. Location: Danville Community Center, Lounge No Class 7/1 Fees: $125.00(R) • $150.00(N) Barcode: 19588 Jun 17–Jul 29 Th 7:30

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WINE TASTING CLASSES Age 21Y and up Monica Chappell Wine & Food Pairing 101: Perfect Pairings So much has been said about wine and food pairings that many have simply thrown their hands up in bewilderment. There is good news. If you would like the process of searching out perfect pairings to be more hit than miss, come join us for an informative evening and learn to apply a few simple principles to turn your palate into an increasingly confident guide. We’ll unlock some pairing secrets and provide tips and insights for everyone from novice to connoisseur. The class includes wine and food tasting, take-home materials, and two hours of instruction. Please bring five wine glasses. $10 supply fee due at beginning of class.

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Wine & Cheese Pairing 101 Mention a wine party to someone and the first thought that comes to mind is cheese. Cheese and wine is a classic pairing—like peanut butter and jelly or cookies and milk. Wine and cheese have a long history together. Both are natural products, created using a standard process but with a myriad of results. This hands-on workshop is a perfect introduction to the basics and was designed to offer many ways for you to expand your knowledge and understanding of wine and cheese, delve into the art of pairing the two and celebrate examples from around the world. Join us for a lively discussion and tasting of some classic combinations! The class includes wine and cheese tasting, take-home materials and two hours of instruction. Bring five wine glasses. $10 supply fee due at beginning of class. Location: Village Theatre, Art Gallery Fees: $30.00(R) • $36.00(N) Barcode: 19518 Aug 13 F

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FINANCIAL PLANNING FOR FAMILIES WITH SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN Age 18Y and up Andrew Vasquez No matter what age or disability, parents of children with special needs have serious questions about how to best provide for their child’s future wellbeing. Gain a better understanding of preserving government benefits, legal and financial plans for special needs, including trusts that can provide for a lifetime of quality care. Receive useful handouts. Location: Library, Mt. Diablo Room Fees: None Barcode: 19779 Jul 14 W

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BRAIN FITNESS FOR KIDS & TEENS: HOW TO “UNSTICK” YOUR CHILD'S LIFE Age 18Y and up Karyne Richardson-Meads, RN This presentation contains information on cutting-edge neuro science research and clinical results to reverse ADD, ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorders. It includes how to create right ear dominance to improve left brain memory and mental focus. How to team up the left and right sides of the brain to eliminate hyperactivity behavior. Learning becomes easy and fun and a child's success in the classroom is improved. Senior brain fitness programs will also be addressed which includes dementia, Alzheimer's, chemo brain, and keeping a healthy brain fit. Location: Danville Community Center, Lounge Fees: $20.00(R) • $24.00(N) per family* *Registration fee is per family. If more than one adult is attending, contact the Danville Community Center, 314-3400, to reserve seating for additional family members. Barcode: 19874 Jun 1 Barcode: 19875 Jul 6

Enjoy exercising in a healthy, fun, party-like environment!

Barcode: 19876 Aug 3 Barcode: 19877 Sep 7

dance classes for adults

DANCE CLASSES Age 15Y and up All About Social Ballroom, Swing, & Hot Latin Salsa

Age 17Y and up

Anna Magid

Learn the most popular partner dances. We may teach the Jitterbug, Tango, Original Rock ‘n Roll, Foxtrot, Waltz, Hot Latin dances (move your hips to beautiful Latin ryhthms of Salsa, Cha-Cha, Mambo), etc. Smooth flowing comfortable combinations with nice easy turns will prepare you for any dance party and WEDDINGS. Singles and couples are welcome! We change partners to give you the opportunity to meet, greet, and make new friends. Great time, and fun, fun, fun guaranteed! Wear comfortable clothing; no tennis shoes or flips flops, as we will be doing turns. Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Ballroom Fees: $75.00(R) • $90.00(N) Barcode: 19590 Jun 14–Jul 26 M 7:00 PM–8:00

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Tu Tu Tu Tu

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Zumba®

Age 17Y and up

Yuko Diehl

Zumba® is a dance-fitness class with easy-to-follow steps that include body sculpting. Enjoy exercising in a healthy, fun, party-like environment. Wear workout shoes and bring water. Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Ballroom Fees: $20.00(R) • $24.00(N) Barcode: 19601 Jun 16–23 W 6:30 PM–7:30 Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Ballroom Fees: $40.00(R) • $48.00(N) Barcode: 19602 Jul 21–Aug 11 W 6:30 PM–7:30 Barcode: 19603 Aug 18–Sep 8 W 6:30 PM–7:30

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Beginning/Intermediate Bellydance

Age 15Y and up

Allison Randall

Strengthen your core muscles and learn the gorgeously fluid and ancient art of Bellydance. Class will cover basics, as well as more advanced combinations and choreography for the continuing student. Visit the instructor’s website www.mielledancer.com for more information. Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room 6/29 class meets in Town Meeting Hall Fees: $100.00(R) • $120.00(N) Barcode: 19591 Jun 22–Aug 10 Tu 6:00 PM–7:00 PM

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ADULT

JAZZERCISE Age 17Y and up

Betty Rothstein

Jazzercise is a 60-minute group fitness class combining cardio, strength and stretch moves for a total body workout. We’ve taken moves from Hip Hop, yoga, pilates, jazz dance, kickboxing and resistance training and bundled them into one hour. Bring a mat, hand weights and water. Wear aerobic shoes. Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Ballroom Mondays, 8:45

Barcode: 17908 Aug 2–30 Barcode: 17911 Sep 13–27

Wednesdays, 9:00

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$15.00(R) • $18.00(N) $25.00(R) • $30.00(N) $15.00(R) • $18.00(N)

AM–10:00 AM

Barcode: 17906 Jul 7–28 Barcode: 17909 Aug 4–25 Barcode: 17912 Sep 1–29

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Bring a yoga mat and towel.

Studio 8 Staff Pilates Pilates is a safe and effective workout; it dramatically transforms the way your body feels and performs. It builds strength without excess bulk, creating a sleek, toned body with slender legs and a flat abdomen. Pilates teaches body awareness, good posture and flexibility. We will do mat and roller work. Please bring your own yoga mat. Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Ballroom Fees: $112.00(R) • $134.00(N) Barcode: 17950 Jul 12–Aug 23 M 10:00 AM–11:00

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AM–9:45 AM

Barcode: 17905 Jul 12–26

Fridays, 9:00

PILATES CLASSES Age 18Y and up

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$20.00(R) • $24.00(N) $20.00(R) • $24.00(N) $25.00(R) • $30.00(N)

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$25.00(R) • $30.00(N) $20.00(R) • $24.00(N) $20.00(R) • $24.00(N)

AM–10:00 AM

Barcode: 17907 Jul 2–30 Barcode: 17910 Aug 6–27 Barcode: 17913 Sep 3–24

Slow Method Pilates: Flexband/Roller Connie English A blend of traditional Pilates mat work using a slower motion in our movements for both safety and deeper intensity in the muscles. This class is like no other and takes Pilates to a whole new level. Appropriate for beginners as well as athletes. The roller adds elements of self-massage, circulation, balance and control while the flexband increases resistance for arm and leg sculpting. Increase your overall body strength, awareness, flexibility and coordination all in one enjoyable and dynamic workout. Students do not need foam roller until second class. Flex bands for sale during class. Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room No class 7/5 & 9/6 Fees: $144.00(R) • $173.00(N) Barcode: 17951 Jun 14–Sep 13 M 7:00 PM–8:00 PM

THE FELDENKRAIS METHOD® Age 18Y and up Naffie Fischbacher An innovative method of gentle movement exploration that teaches you to move with greater ease and efficiency. This is one of the most effective stress reduction techniques around. Regular students of the method enjoy better posture, breathing, and coordination, as well as greater mental and physical flexibility. Please wear comfortable, nonrestrictive clothing and bring a mat. Awareness Through Movement® The gentle movement explorations experienced in this classroom application of the Feldenkrais Method® can improve posture, decrease pain and increase flexibility and grace in action.

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AM

Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Ballroom Fees: $24.00(R) • $29.00(N) Barcode: 17957 Sep 2–9 Th 9:30 AM–10:30

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YOGA CLASSES Age 17Y and up Choose the appropriate class based on your level. Wear comfortable workout clothes and bring a yoga sticky mat. Optional: Meditation cushion, strap/small towel, yoga brick, blanket. Empty stomach is best. Summer Evening Multi-Level Yoga

Leena St. Michael, ERYT

Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Ballroom No class 7/6 Fees: $108.00(R) • $130.00(N) Barcode: 17952

Jun 22–Aug 24 Tu 6:00

PM–7:15 PM

Summer Sunset Serenity— Relaxation Yoga

Leena St. Michael, ERYT Experience deeper peace, de-stress and renew creative energy in this lightly guided practice in the peaceful lakeside Oak Hill Park Community Center. Sitting, walking and prone meditations with breathwork will release tension and develop present moment awareness. Benefits are leveraged when many practice together. Combine with Leena’s Summer Evening Multi-level Yoga for a mid-week mini-retreat. Optional: light blanket, yoga bricks, eye pillow. Best to come well hydrated with (fairly) empty stomach. Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Ballroom No class 7/6 Fees: $63.00(R) • $76.00(N) Barcode: 17953 Jun 22–Aug 24 Tu 7:30 PM–8:15

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Saturday Morning Yoga Leena St. Michael, ERYT with Meditation Lighthearted energizing Classical Hatha practice to re-vitalize spirit/mind/body. Enjoy deep peace/relaxation in closing 10-minute mindfulness meditation. Improve flexibility and core strength with breath linked postures and flows. Yoga mat by second class, some loaners available. Optional: light blanket, yoga bricks, eye pillow. Best to come well hydrated with (fairly) empty stomach. Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Ballroom No class 7/3 Fees: $108.00(R) • $130.00(N) Barcode: 17954 Jun 19–Aug 21 Sa 8:30 AM–9:45

Beginning/ Advanced Beginning Yoga 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. Bring a yoga mat and thick blanket to class.

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Enjoy this inclusive Classical Hatha/Ashtanga community practice with modifications for beginners to those flirting with intermediate asanas. Enjoy deep peace/relaxation in closing 10-minute mindfulness meditation. Improve flexibility and core strength with breath linked postures and flow.

Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room No class 8/4 Fees: $156.00(R) • $187.00(N) Barcode: 17955 Jun 16–Sep 8 W 9:45 AM–11:00 AM

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T’AI CHI CH’UAN Age 18Y and up

Bob Kipper

This is a beginning class in part one of the classical, long Yang form. Continuing students can learn the entire long Yang form in addition to a fast form, two person sets, weapon sets and push-hands. Students will also be eligible to participate in seminars held by Master Tung Kai Ying. Regular Class Wear comfortable clothing and flat-soled, flexible shoes. Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room 6/29 class moved to Los Cerros Gym, 968 Blemer Road Tuesdays: No class 7/6, 8/3, 8/10, and 8/31. Thursdays: No class 7/8, 8/5, 8/12, and 9/2. Fees: $90.00(R) • $108.00(N) Barcode: 19592 Jun 15–Sep 7 Tu Barcode: 19593 Jun 17–Sep 9 Th

7:15 7:15

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Fees: $135.00(R) • $162.00(N) Barcode: 19595 Jun 15–Sep 9 Tu, Th 7:15

performing arts for adults VOICE OVERS IN BROADCASTING Age 17Y and up

Location: Town Meeting Hall, Auditorium Fees: $65.00(R) • $78.00(N) Barcode: 19665 Jul 1 Th 7:00 Barcode: 19666 Jul 22 Th 7:00

PM–8:30 PM

Advanced Class Advanced class requires participation in the Regular Class and instructor’s approval. Wear comfortable clothing and flat-soled flexible shoes. Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room 6/29 class moved to Los Cerros Gym, 968 Blemer Road No class 7/6, 8/3, 8/10, & 8/31 Fees: $45.00(R) • $54.00(N) Barcode: 19594 Jun 15–Sep 7 Tu 8:40 PM–9:30 PM

PM–9:30 PM PM–9:30 PM

sports for adults

PM–8:30 PM

PM–8:30 PM

Trish Bell

This fun workshop will navigate the steps needed to get into the field of voice overs. Topics will include finding training, agents, producers and contacting key people in the business. You will learn from an established Bay Area radio personality with over 20 years of experience in the voice over field.

For registration lottery information, policies and procedures, visit www.ci.danville.ca.us (Search: Sports Leagues). Registration Dates: May 3: Danville resident teams May 4: Open registration

5 ON 5 BASKETBALL LEAGUE Age 18 years and up This 5 on 5 league features games on Tuesday nights at Diablo Vista Community Gymnasium, 4100 Camino Tassajara. Season runs eight weeks plus two weeks for playoffs. Pick up a roster at the Danville Community Center or download at www.ci.danville.ca.us (Search: Sports Leagues). For more information, call 314-3480. You may only have 10 people per roster. Completed roster with full payment must be submitted at the time of registration to reserve a team spot. Registration period May 3–June 12. Location: Diablo Vista Middle School, Community Gym Fees: $365.00(R) • $440.00(N) per team Barcode: 19348 Jun 29–Aug 31 Tu 6:30 PM–9:30 PM

ADULT OPEN GYM Age 18Y and up Burn off the stress of the week, enjoy a game of pick up, or practice your shot. Purchase a discounted pass card at the Community Center or pay individually at the door ($4.00 residents, $5.00 non-residents). Location: Los Cerros Middle School, Community Gym Open Gym 10-Punch Card Fees: $36.00(R) • $43.00(N) Barcode: xxxxxx

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ADULT SOFTBALL LEAGUES Age 18 years and up

BOCCE BALL LEAGUES Age 18 years and up

The Town of Danville’s Adult Softball Program features leagues on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays (Coed). The Town reserves the right to move teams to a different level (night) if necessary. Season runs 10 weeks plus playoffs, 12 teams maximum per night. Pick up a roster at the Danville Community Center or download at www.ci.danville.ca.us (serach: Sports Leagues). For more information, call 314-3480. Completed roster with full payment must be submitted at the time of registration to reserve a team spot. Registration period May 3–May 27.

This popular program features leagues weekday evenings. Program runs eight weeks plus play-offs, 16 teams per night. Match times vary: 6:00–7:45 PM and 8:00–9:45 PM. Each match includes two games to 12 points. Completed roster with full payment must be submitted at the time of registration to reserve a team spot. Call 314-3480 with questions, or download a roster at www.ci.danville.ca.us (search: Sports Leagues).

PM,

Location: Sycamore Valley Park, Ball Diamond 4 and Diablo Vista Park, 80' Lighted Ballfield No games 7/5. Fees: $410.00(R) • 492.00(N) per team Barcode: 19344 Jun 7–Aug 23 M 6:30 PM–10:00 Barcode: 19345 Jun 8–Aug 17 Tu 6:30 PM–10:00 Barcode: 19346 Jun 10–Aug 19 Th 6:30 PM–10:00 Coed: Barcode: 19347 Jun 11–Aug 20

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Managers’ Meeting: Wednesday, June 16, 6:00 PM, Danville Community Center Location: Sycamore Valley Park, Bocce Courts No games 7/5. Fees: $150.00(R) • $180.00(N) per team Barcode: 19339 Jun 21–Aug 23 M 6:00 PM–10:00 Barcode: 19340 Jun 22–Aug 17 TU 6:00 PM–10:00 Barcode: 19341 Jun 23–Aug 18 W 6:00 PM–10:00 Barcode: 19342 Jun 24–Aug 19 Th 6:00 PM–10:00 Barcode: 19343 Jun 25–Aug 20 F 6:00 PM–10:00

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SPORTS CLUB Age 18 years and up Come join in the fun of the NEW coed Sports Club. Get some friends and put together a team to compete in six different sports on six different weeks, plus one week of multi-sport playoffs. Eight teams maximum. Completed roster with full payment must be submitted at the time of registration to reserve a team spot. Call 314-3480 with questions, or download a roster at www.ci.danville.ca.us (search: Sports Leagues). Sundays, July 11–August 15, 1:00 PM–5:00 Fees: $250.00(R) • $300.00(N) per team

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Managers’ Meeting: Wednesday, 6/2, 6:00 Danville Community Center

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PM

Managers’ Meeting: Wednesday, June 30, 7:00 Community Center

PM,

Danville

Week 1 (7/11): Dodgeball, Los Cerros Community Gym Week 2 (7/18): Ultimate Frisbee, Montair Elementary,

Soccer Field Week 3 (7/25): Kickball, Montair Elementary, Soccer Field Week 4 (8/1): Bocce Ball, Sycamore Valley Park,

Bocce Courts Week 5 (8/8): Volleyball, Los Cerros Community Gym Week 6 (8/15): Flag Football, Montair Elementary,

Soccer Field Playoffs (8/22): Dodgeball (8 teams), Ultimate Frisbee

(4 teams), Kickball (2 teams), Los Cerros Community Gym and Soccer Field

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TENNIS Age 18Y and up

John DeMartini

adult

Our tennis program features classes for all skill levels and limits class size for individualized instruction. Instructor John DeMartini is USPTA certified and has been a teaching pro for over 20 years, formerly at Stanford University. Class sizes and/or levels may be changed due to insufficient enrollment. Students can transfer to a different class upon instructor’s approval and if space is available. The instructor reserves the right to change student’s class level if necessary. Make-ups will be given on those occasions when inclement weather requires that a class be cancelled. See instructor at the next scheduled class meeting for make-up date. Proper tennis attire required; no jeans. Bring one unopened can of tennis balls to first class and a tennis racket to all classes.

Advanced Intermediate Consistent placement with groundstrokes, and can begin to control serve. Location: Diablo Vista Park, Tennis Courts Fees: $180.00(R) • $216.00(N) Barcode: 19710 Jun 14–Aug 16 M 7:00

PM–8:30 PM

Location: Diablo Vista Park, Tennis Courts Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Barcode: 19711 Jun 16–Aug 11 W 8:00

PM–9:00 PM

Location: Osage Station Park, Tennis Courts 6/18 and 6/25 classes at Diablo Vista Park Tennis Courts Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Barcode: 19714 Jun 18–Aug 13 F 10:00 AM–11:00 AM

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

Advanced Can execute all strokes dependably, including approach shots and net play.

Location: Diablo Vista Park, Tennis Courts Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Barcode: 19699 Jun 15–Aug 10 Tu 6:00

Location: Diablo Vista Park, Tennis Courts Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Barcode: 19712 Jun 15–Aug 10 Tu 8:00

PM–7:00 PM

Location: Osage Station Park, Tennis Courts 6/19 & 6/26 classes at Diablo Vista Park Tennis Courts Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Barcode: 19701 Jun 19–Aug 14 Sa 11:00 AM–12:00

PM

Advanced Beginner Understands grips, groundstrokes, and can begin to control serve. Location: Diablo Vista Park, Tennis Courts Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Barcode: 19704 Jun 15–Aug 10 Tu 7:00 Barcode: 19702 Jun 16–Aug 11 W 6:00

PM–8:00 PM PM–7:00 PM

Location: Osage Station Park, Tennis Courts 6/17 & 6/24 classes at Diablo Vista Park Tennis Courts Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Barcode: 19703 Jun 17–Aug 12 Th 9:00 AM–10:00

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Intermediate Can rally with other students, volley, and control serve. Location: Diablo Vista Park, Tennis Courts Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Barcode: 19705 Jun 14–Aug 9 M 6:00 Barcode: 19706 Jun 16–Aug 11 W 7:00

PM–7:00 PM PM–8:00 PM

Location: Osage Station Park, Tennis Courts 6/17–19 and 6/24–26 classes at Diablo Vista Park Tennis Courts Fees: $120.00(R) • $144.00(N) Barcode: 19707 Jun 17–Aug 12 Th 10:00 AM–11:00 AM Barcode: 19708 Jun 18–Aug 13 F 9:00 AM–10:00 AM Barcode: 19709 Jun 19–Aug 14 Sa 10:00 AM–11:00 AM

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Location: Osage Station Park, Tennis Courts 6/19 and 6/26 classes at Diablo Vista Park Tennis Courts Fees: $180.00(R) • $216.00(N) Barcode: 19713 Jun 19–Aug 14 Sa 8:30 AM–10:00 AM


visual arts for adults

SPORTS ORGANIZATIONS A number of organized sports leagues are available to youth and adults in Danville. Contact the following independent leagues directly.

BASEBALL Danville Little League www.danvillelittleleague.com

ADULT

ART CLASSES Age 18Y and up Encaustic Painting (Hot Wax), Beginning Connie English Encaustic is a beeswax based paint that was first practiced by the Greeks in the 5th Century. Kept molten on a heated palette, encaustic is applied to a surface and reheated to fuse the paint into a uniform enamel-like finish. It cools immediately so there is no drying time and it can always be reworked. In this one-day workshop you will learn safety, working with heat sources and equipment, paints, medium, collage materials, fusing layers, etc. Bring three plain wood substrates to paint on (no larger than 14x14 inch). Wear cotton art clothes, closed-toe shoes, and a bag lunch. $65 materials fee.

Tassajara Valley Little League (925) 736-TVLL • www.tvllbaseball.org

FOOTBALL San Ramon Valley Thunderbird Youth Football & Spirit Leader Organization www.srvtbirds.com

LACROSSE Diablo Scorpion League www.scorpionlacrosse.com

Location: Danville Community Center, Art Room Fees: $85.00(R) • $102.00(N) Barcode: 19656 Jun 26 Sa 10:00 AM–4:00

RUGBY Danville Oaks Rugby Club www.eteamz.com/danvillerugby

PM

Oil/Acrylic Painting 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. Bring materials.

SOCCER Danville Adult Soccer League www.diablosoccer.org Mustang Soccer League www.mustangsoccer.com

Location: Danville Community Center, Art Room

SOFTBALL

Barcode: 19657 Jun 21–28

San Ramon Valley Girls Athletic League www.srvgal.org

Barcode: 19658 Jul 19–26

Mondays, 10:00

AM–12:00 PM

Barcode: 19659 Aug 2–30 Barcode: 19660 Sep 13–27

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$38.00(R) • $46.00(N) $38.00(R) • $46.00(N) $95.00(R) • $114.00(N) $57.00(R) • $68.00(N)

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San Ramon Valley Little League www.srvbaseball.org

I have really enjoyed being a docent for the Village Theatre Art Gallery. It affords me the opportunity to meet new people, learn new things about art and the artists, and at the same volunteer and share my love of art with our

community. Stop by the gallery and say ‘hi.’

It is really a community asset.

—KATIE WESSELSCHMIDT, VILLAGE THEATRE ART GALLERY DOCENT Katie and her husband moved to Danville about 2 years ago. She is an engineer by trade, tutors high school students in math and has always been an active volunteer in the communities she resides in. SM

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Registration for all activities in the Adult 55+ section: Danville Residents: April 14 • Non-Residents: April 15

classes for adults 55+ BRIDGE GAMES Age 55Y and up

Judy Lowe, Bob Collins

These duplicate games are specifically designed for the intermediate player and are sanctioned by the ACBL. Bring your favorite partner or come as a single while improving your bridge skills and winning master points. Each week there will be a 15-minute mini-lesson prior to playing.

adult 55+

Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room Fees: $56.00(R) • $66.00(N) Barcode: 19458 Jun 17–Sep 9 Th 9:30 AM–1:30 PM

ONE-ON-ONE COMPUTER TUTORING: What You Wanted to Know About Computers but Were Afraid to Ask

Ages 55Y and up

Ed Bader

Questions on Windows XP and Windows VISTA Operating Systems, Microsoft applications (Internet Explorer, Word, Excel, PowerPoint), e-mail, internet browsing, backing up files and pictures to external media, writing files to CD or DVD media, attaching files or pictures to e-mails, and configuring new laptops, are welcome at all sessions. If you have an appointment regarding your e-mail account, bring your login information. Laptop will be provided for use during your appointment. Pre-registration required at least one week in advance. Call 314-3490 for an appointment.

fitness classes for adults 55+ SENIOR YOGA Age 55Y and up

Marcia Conroy

Yoga is for everyone, no matter what age or how flexible you are. This class will take you through a series of gentle stretches and joint movements for increased flexibility and an expanded range of motion. You will also learn breathing techniques to help balance your body, mind and emotions. Wear comfortable clothes and bring a mat and firm blanket. It is also best to practice yoga on an empty stomach. Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room No class 8/25 Fees: $124.00(R) • $149.00(N) Barcode: 19352 Jun 16–Sep 8 W 8:15 AM–9:15 AM Location: Town Meeting Hall, Auditorium No class on 7/5, 8/23 Fees: $105.00(R) • $126.00(N) Barcode: 19353 Jun 14–Aug 30 M 11:00

AM–12:00 PM

Location: Town Meeting Hall, Conference Room Tuesdays, by appointment, 9:30 AM–11:30 AM 30-minute to one-hour sessions. Thursdays, by appointment, 10:00 AM–12:00 PM 30-minute to one-hour sessions.

SENIOR CARD MAKING CLASS Age 55Y and up Make your own greeting cards and more! Are you tired of paying high prices for store bought greeting cards, scrapbook pages and gifts? You can make these items in an inexpensive, fun and easy way through rubber stamping. This class is for all levels of expertise. All tools and supplies for projects will be provided. $20 supply fee for 4-week session payable to instructor at first class.

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SILVER STREAK NEWSLETTER Looking to travel, exercise, or meet new people? Looking for more information on topics for older adults? Looking for community resources? Looking to have FUN? Pick up our bimonthly Silver Streak Newsletter at the Town Meeting Hall, 201 Front Street (where the majority of senior programs will now be held), or at the Danville Community Center, 420 Front Street, to find out how you can get involved your community today. Call 314-3490 to add your name to the mailing list.


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health & wellness for adults 55+

DANVILLE SILVER SCREEN THEATER

Seniors can drop in to the Danville Community Center, 420 Front Street, for a free blood pressure screening provided by John Muir Senior Services from 10:00 AM–11:15 AM every 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month. No appointments necessary.

FREE movies shown every Friday at 1:00 PM at the Village Theatre, 233 Front Street. Licensing restrictions prohibit publishing the titles of scheduled movies. Contact Senior Services to get a list of scheduled movies: (925) 314–3490. No movie 6/18. No pre-registration is required. The Village Theatre seats 245 people.

Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program (HICAP) offers free counseling services to anyone on Medicare or at least 60 years old. Counselors help clients with medicare bills and guide seniors through the appeal process if benefits are denied. Counselors also compare Medicare HMO membership plans, supplemental insurance policies and long-term care insurance policies. HICAP counseled over 1600 seniors last year and has proven to be a valuable asset for the senior community. For an appointment, call 314-3400. Appointments are available the 2nd Wednesdays and 4th Tuesdays of each month.

SENIOR HEALTH FITNESS DAY Join the Town of Danville Senior Services division for a day of health screenings and presentations on the importance of a healthy lifestyle. Organizations from the community will also be on-hand with useful information on programs for seniors. Lunch will provided by DASA (Danville Area Senior Health Advocates) following the health fair. Reservations for screening and lunch are required. Call Senior Services at (925) 314-3490 to register for any of the appointment screenings and for lunch. Location: Oak Hill Park Community Center Fees: None Date: Thursday, May 27, 9:00 AM–1:00 PM

Location: Danville Community Center, 420 Front Street

SENIOR BOCCE BALL PLAY AND BARBECUE Tuesdays, 1:45 PM–4:00 PM May 25, June 22, July 27, August 24, September 28 Wednesdays, 8:45 AM–11:45 AM May 12, June 9, July 27, August 11, September 8

Come learn from the Senior Bocce League instructors how to play the ever-so-popular game at the Town’s newly renovated courts at Sycamore Park. A BBQ Lunch will follow. Location: Sycamore Valley Park, Bocce Courts Fees: $8 Barcode: 19390 Jun 11 F 10:00

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special events for adults 55+

FREE BLOOD PRESSURE SCREENING

HICAP COUNSELING Age 60Y and up

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AM–1:00 PM

SILVERLINERS PERFORMANCE Mac and Marble: The Story of Silent Movies *Registration for this event begins June 16. Details will be published in the July/August 2010 issue of the Silver Streak Newsletter. Location: Village Theatre, 233 Front Street Fees: None Date: Friday, July 9, 11:00 AM–12:30 PM

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Registration for all activities in the Adult 55+ section: Danville Residents: April 14 • Non-Residents: April 15

sports for adults 55+ SENIOR BOCCE BALL LEAGUE Age 55Y and up Spike Leonard, George Momaney Enjoy the fun and relaxing game of bocce! Meet new people or bring your friends to this social activity. Basic instruction will be given to all newcomers. Games will be played at the Bocce courts at Sycamore Valley Park.

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Location: Sycamore Valley Park, Bocce Courts Fees: $20.00(R) • $24.00(N) Barcode: 19460 Jun 17–Aug 5 Th 9:30 AM–11:30

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SENIOR CO-ED DROP-IN TENNIS Age 55Y and up

trips/excursions for adults 55+ SENIOR SNEAKERS The Town of Danville’s Senior Sneakers program is a great way for you to make new friends and get out and around the greater Bay Area. There’s always something new to see and learn, and you are guaranteed a great time! More trip details and easy-to-use registration form in the Silver Streak Newsletter for Seniors. Pre-registration is required for Senior Sneaker trips via mail or walk-in only. Send or drop off your Silver Streak Newsletter registration form at the Danville Community Center, 420 Front Street, Danville, CA 94526. The Community Center is conveniently located adjacent to the Library.

Join other active Seniors for an afternoon of casual tennis play! Open to all levels of tennis players who would like to play together on a informal basis. Exercise! Fun! Meet new people! Drop-in play only. No registration required.

Here are some tentative trips planned for Spring and Summer 2010: • Romeo and Juliet

• Cache Creek Casino

Location: Monte Vista High School, Tennis Courts Fees: None Dates: Jun 14–Sep 24 M, W, F 1:30 PM–3:30

• Safari West

• Whitewater Rafting

• Discover the Bay Bridge

• “Peter Pan” Performance

• Harley Farms Goat Dairy • Hawaiian Luau Cruise

• Guide Dogs for the Blind Tour

• AT&T Ballpark Tour

• Livermore Wine Country

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With Senior Sneakers, there’s always something new to see and learn!

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martial arts KARATE (SHORIN-RYU) Age 6Y and up

Ernest Chun

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. Location: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room Age 6–12 years Wednesday: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room Saturday: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Ballroom No class 6/26 & 7/3 Fees: $73.00(R) • $88.00(N) Barcode: 19577 Jun 16–Jul 24 W 5:45 PM–6:50 PM Sa 10:00 AM–11:05 AM Barcode: 19578 Aug 11–Sep 11 W 5:45 PM–6:50 PM Sa 10:00 AM–11:05 AM Age 13 years and up Wednesday: Danville Community Center, Valley Oak Room Saturday: Oak Hill Park Community Center, Ballroom No class 6/26 & 7/3 Fees: $73.00(R) • $88.00(N) Barcode: 19580 Jun 16–Jul 24 W 7:00 PM–8:15 PM Sa 11:15 AM–12:30 PM Barcode: 19581 Aug 11–Sep 11 W 7:00 PM–8:15 PM Sa 11:15 AM–12:30 PM

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parent participation

ALL AGES

PUPPY & DOG TRAINING Age 6Y and up

Nobu Endo

Let’s have a pawsitively good time. Find the right class that best suits you and your four-legged friend. Bring shot records, treats, six ft. leash, and wear comfortable clothing.

all ages

Puppy Pre-School Get your puppy off on the right paw! Early and proper socialization are critical for your puppy’s future. We will teach your puppy about socializing with other pups and people in a safe environment. You will learn about canine body language, appropriate greetings, impulse control, positive ways to teach (sit, down, wait, come, etc.), and how to address common puppy behaviors (mouthing, housetraining, chewing, etc.) without harsh corrections. This class is for puppies 3–6 months of age. Location: Danville Community Center, Town Green No class 7/4 Fees: $105.00(R) • $126.00(N) Barcode: 19647 Jun 16–Jul 14 W 5:00 PM–6:00 Barcode: 19648 Jun 20–Jul 25 Su 11:00 AM–12:00

Recreational activities are important to enhance the quality of life for individuals of all abilities. R.A.D.D. is the perfect opportunity for participants age 15+ with developmental disabilities to meet lifelong friends and increase their independence skills in the community.

COOKING WITH R.A.D.D. Age 15Y and up This new exciting class is designed to teach adults with disabilities how to plan and prepare tasty, healthy meals. We will provide the instructors, ingredients, and kitchen— you bring the fun! Class meets on Wednesdays at the Oak Hill Park Community Center, 3005 Stone Valley Road, Danville. If you would like to attend, please call the Danville Community Center to reserve your spot at (925) 314-3400.

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Puppy/Adolescent Dog Training The transition from puppyhood to adolescence can be an extremely trying time! Let us help guide you through this challenging time. This class is for puppies and adolescent canines. You will learn about canine body language, appropriate greetings, impulse control, positive ways to teach (sit, down, wait, stay, come, etc.), and how to address common behavior problems (digging, jumping, etc.) without harsh corrections. For dogs 6 months–2 years old.

R.A.D.D.

Location: Oak Hill Park, 3005 Stone Valley Road No meeting 6/16 or 8/4. Fees: $5 fee paid to instructors each class day Barcode: 19755 Jun 23–Sep 8 W 11:00 AM–1:00

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Location: Danville Community Center, Town Green No class 7/4 Fees: $105.00(R) • $126.00(N) Barcode: 19649 Jun 16–Jul 14 W 6:00 PM–7:00 Barcode: 19653 Jun 20–Jul 25 Su 12:00 PM–1:00

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Adult Dog Training It’s never too late to train your dog. Let us dispell the myth that an old dog can’t learn new tricks! This class is geared for adult dogs regardless of whether they require a refresher or have never been trained. You will learn about canine body language, appropriate greetings, impulse control, positive ways to teach (sit, down, wait, stay, come, etc.), and how to address common behavior problems (digging, jumping, etc.) without harsh corrections. For dogs 2 years and older. Location: Danville Community Center, Town Green No class 7/4 Fees: $105.00(R) • $126.00(N) Barcode: 19654 Jun 16–Jul 14 W 7:00 PM–8:00 Barcode: 19655 Jun 20–Jul 25 Su 1:00 PM–2:00

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To sign up for a CERT course, please go to: www.firedepartment.org and click on the CERT link. The CERT course is 20 hours and held

CERT—Are you part of it? If you have not signed up for an emergency preparedness class, now is the time! The Town of Danville, in partnership with the San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District, the City of San Ramon, and the San Ramon Valley Unified School District has been offering the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program since 2006. CERT provides education regarding disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area while training citizens in basic emergency response. You develop skills in areas such as: fire safety, light search and rescue, team organization, and disaster medical operations. The goal is to train you, your neighbors, school staff and at work on how to care for themselves, their families and co-workers for 5–7 days after a disaster. Since the program’s inception, over 600 people have been trained in the San Ramon Valley. You, too, could be part of this exciting program.

All CERT courses are FREE and are held at the SRV Fire Offices at 1500 Bollinger Canyon Rd, San Ramon. PARTNERS... San Ramon Valley Fire Protection District San Ramon Valley Unified School District The City of San Ramon Citizen Corps The Town of Danville

PA R T N E R I N G T O P R E PA R E

on six consecutive week nights, or over a weekend. The next class sessions are as follows:

CERT Class #30 • 6:00 PM–9:30 PM May 4 Orientation, Preparedness May 11 Terrorism, Fire Safety May 18 Disaster Medical Operations May 25 Light Search and Rescue Jun. 1 Incident Command System Jun. 8 Course Review, Drill CERT Class #31 • 6:00 PM–9:30 PM Sept. 9 Orientation, Preparedness Sept. 16 Terrorism, Fire Safety Sept. 23 Disaster Medical Operations Sept. 30 Light Search and Rescue Oct. 7 Incident Command System Oct. 14 Course Review, Drill CERT Class #32 • Weekend Series Oct. 22 Friday, 6:00 PM–10:00 PM Orientation, Preparedness, Terrorism Oct. 23 Saturday, 8:00 AM–5:00 PM Fire Safety, Disaster Medical Operations Oct. 24 Sunday, 8:00 AM–5:00 PM Light Search and Rescue, ICS, Drill

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DANVILLE PARKS & FACILITIES

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Hap Village Veterans Theatre Memorial Magee: Building* Cottage

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DANVILLE PARKS & FACILITIES

LEGEND 1 Danville Library and

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Community Center 400/420 Front Street Town Meeting Hall 201 Front Street Village Theatre 233 Front Street Veterans Memorial Building 400 Hartz Avenue Hap Magee Ranch Park 1025 La Gonda Way Oak Hill Park Community Center, All Wars’ Memorial 3005 Stone Valley Road Sycamore Valley Park 2101 Holbrook Drive Diablo Vista Park 1000 Tassajara Ranch Drive Osage Station Park 816 Brookside Drive Danville South Park 90 Serene Court

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Front Street 12 Baldwin School Park

741 Brookside Drive 13 Green Valley School Park

1001 Diablo Road 14 Greenbrook School Park

1475 Harlan Drive 15 Montair School Park

300 Quinterra Lane 16 Town Offices

510 La Gonda Way 17 Monte Vista Community Pool

3131 Stone Valley Road 18 Los Cerros Community

Gymnasium 968 Blemer Road 19 Diablo Vista Community Gymnasium 4100 Camino Tassajara

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ONLINE REGISTRATION VIA E-CONNECT IS AS EASY AS 1 - 2 - 3!

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Request Your Login ID and PIN prior to your registration date. NOTE: Requests must be processed manually. It may take up to 48 hours for your request to be processed.

E-Connect: On the My Account tab, click on Forgot My Password and enter your email address. www.danvillerecguide.com

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Town Website: From the Recreation page, click on Request Your Account PIN. www.ci.danville.ca.us

Danville Community Center: Call (925) 314-3400.

Log in and register on your assigned date. www.danvillerecguide.com Activities tab: Enter course barcode or browse activities by age group.

My Account tab: Log in, View Account History, Change PIN or Login ID, Update Account Info, or Make a Payment.

Make your payment, and print your confirmation receipt. MasterCard and Visa accepted. You may review your Account History on the My Account tab.

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POLICIES AND PROCEDURES: MAIL/DROP OFF: Danville Community Center Attn: Class Registrations 420 Front Street Danville, CA 94526 Hours: M–F, 8:30 AM–5:00 PM

FAX (Secure): (925) 820-2782 24 hours a day using MasterCard or Visa

PHONE: (925) 314-3400 Hours: M–F, 8:30 AM–5:00 PM Payments accepted: MasterCard, Visa, Exact Cash, Check or Money Order payable to Town of Danville

General Information:  Pre-registration with payment is required for participation in programs. Payment must accompany registration form.  The Waiver of Liability on the registration form must be signed prior to taking a class.  Please advise Town staff if participant has a disability or allergy requiring special accommodations. 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 to process. Photo/Video Liability Disclosure Photographs and video may be taken of participants during the course of activities or classes, and these photographs and video may be used for Town of Danville publicity purposes. Rainouts and Class Make-ups  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.

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May 3, 9:00 AM • Danville Resident Teams May 4, 9:00 AM • Open Registration

Summer Classes May 10, Residents May 11, Open Registration

Senior (Adult 55+) Programs April 14, Residents April 15, Open Registration

Aquatics Programs March 15, Alamo R-7A & Incorporated Danville Residents March 29, Open Registration Class registration 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. Withdrawals (Credits/Refunds)  Requests for withdrawal will be honored if requested no later than 5 business days prior to the first day of the class.  Requests made less than 5 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.  Withdrawals for sports leagues may be approved if a a team can be replaced before the first game. 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.


Check here to receive an email receipt. Email:

Relationship:

Birthdate

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If you wish to register by mail, please fill out the form and mail with your payment to: Town of Danville, Class Registrations, Danville Community Center, 420 Front Street, Danville, CA 94526

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Youth Traditional Day Camps: Select t-shirt size: Youth XS S M L

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Camp* Deposit

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Signature:

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FAX: (925) 820-2782

registration form

Signature Required ( ■ parent) ( ■ guardian) ( ■ participant)

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.

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*NOTE: Traditional Day Camp Deposit option available for credit card payments only. Balance due will automatically be billed to your credit card 14 days prior to the first day of each camp week. Payment by check or money order made payable to: “Town of Danville”: ■ Check ■ Cash (exact amount) Credit Card: ■ MasterCard ■ Visa

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Cubbies Flag Football: Select t-shirt size: Youth XS S M L

Participant’s Name

Home Phone:

Emergency Phone:

■ Resident ■ Non-Resident (for clarification, see page 3.)

Cell Phone:

City:

■ Please check if you have changed your address from last registration. ■ To assure our programs benefit all who attend, please check here if any participant has a disability requiring special accommodations.

REGISTRATION FORM IS LIMITED TO FAMILY MEMBERS ONLY. Check one:

Emergency Contact:

Work Phone:

Address:

Name (Parent or Guardian if under 18):

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Parks and recreation make lives and communities better now and in the future by providing access to: • The serenity and inspiration of nature • Outdoor space to play and exercise • Facilities for self-directed and organized recreation • Positive alternatives for youth which help lower crime and mischief • Activities that facilitate social connections, human development, therapy, the arts, and lifelong learning

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