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Student Recreation Center

Spring 2020

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SETUP, LAUNCH, LATCH

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CONTENTS

SRC Activity Information Classes

Aquatics

Competitive Sports

Hours of Operation

Argentine Tango Dance

Dive-In-Movie

Intramural Sports

Cashiering Hours

Bachata Dance

THAT Pool Party

Managers Meeting

Memberships

Ballroom/Latin Dance & Workshop

Floating Egg Hunt

UC Reciprocity General Class Info Open Recreation Free Use Days Life Skills & Leadership

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Hip Hop Dance Self Defense Basic, Women/ Men American Red Cross Standard First Aid Tennis Aikido Judo Karate Tai Chi Tai Chi Yang Style Tai Chi Workshops

Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) Lap Swim & Stay Fit Workouts Adult Lap Swim & Stay Fit Class Swim to the “C” Challenge Adult Swim Lessons Adaptive Swim Lessons Weekend Children’s Swim Lessons R’Family Swim Program American Red Cross Lifeguarding

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Intramural Sports Schedule Sport Clubs Sports Officiating

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Cooking Well

FitWell

Outdoor Ropes Excursions

Budget Bites

Free Chair Massage

Custom Excursions

Top Rope Belay Lesson

30-Minute Chair Massage

Loyalty Program

Intro to The Rock

Personal Training Sessions

Black Canyon Desert Adventure

The ROCK Auto Belay

5 Ingredients or Less Plant Based Cooking Breakfast for Dinner A Taste of Mexico Treat Yo Self Grown Up Grilled Cheeses Finals Cooldown and Refuel

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In and Out Special Small Group Personal Training

Joshua Tree Yosemite Exploring Outreach Excursions

Fit for Hire

Surfing

Mobile Fit

OE Hangouts

Kickbox Conditioning

Donate Your Bike

Zumba de Mayo!

Discover Scuba Party

ACE Certified Personal Trainer Course

SCUBA Open Water Certification

GFIT – The Group Fitness Instructor Training Program

SCUBA Advanced Open Water Certification

Group Fitness Schedule

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SCUBA Refresher Course

Super Hero Dyno Clinic The Mile High Club

Youth Child Care Camp Highlander

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Highlander Hang The Treadwall Everest Club Challenge Course EDCC Open House Mobile Rock Wall

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SCUBA Scholarship Gear Rentals

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SRC Information

STUDENT RECREATION CENTER (SRC) MISSION STATEMENT To cultivate physical, mental and social development through recreational services, programs and facilities.

HOURS OF OPERATION SRC North & South Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

6am - 12am 6am - 9pm 9am - 9pm 9am - 12am

Pool Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

7am - 11pm 7am - 8pm 9am - 8pm 9am - 11pm

Outdoor Excursions (OE) Shop Monday - Sunday

11am - 6pm

Competitive Sports Office Monday - Thursday

11am - 5pm

The Rock - Roped Climbing and Auto Belay Monday - Thursday 3pm - 11pm Friday - Saturday 3pm - 8pm Sunday 5pm - 8pm The Rock - Open Bouldering Monday - Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

6am - 12am 6am - 9pm 9am - 9pm 9am - 9pm

Cashiering Hours Credit/Debit card payments accepted anytime during the SRC and OE Shop business hours. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover Card at SRC North & South and the OE Shop. Cash and Check are only accepted at SRC North, Monday through Friday, 9am - 5pm (Excluding Holidays).

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SRC Modified Hours March 22 Spring Break 9am - 9pm (SRC) 9am - 8pm (Pool) March 23 - 26 Spring Break 6am - 9pm (SRC) 7am - 8pm (Pool) March 27 Caesar Chavez Holiday 9am - 9pm (SRC) 9am - 8pm (Pool) May 25 Memorial Day 9am - 9pm (SRC) 9am - 8pm (Pool)

Contact Us SRC Main Phone: (951) 827-5738 SRC North Phone: (951) 827-5731 SRC South Phone: (951) 827-2305 Fax: (951) 827-5700 Email: recinfo@ucr.edu


SRC Information

LIKE, FOLLOW, AND SUBSCRIBE Stay connected and be a part of our community. Learn about our offerings, let us know what you think, and win some prizes! #UCRSRC instagram.com/UCRSRC facebook.com/UCRSRC twitter.com/UCRSRC youtube.com/UCRSRC UCR Recreation For more information on our facilities and programs, visit us at recreation.ucr.edu.

MEMBERSHIP FEES UCR students are automatically SRC members! Principal Memberships UCR Students

$208/quarter (paid through your tuition)

UCR Staff/Faculty (active employees only)

$208/quarter or $69.34/month payroll deduct

UC Alumni

$208/quarter or $69.34/month or $5/day

Associate Memberships* SRC Principal Member sponsored adult

$208/quarter or $69.34/month

Legal Spouses or Same Sex Legal Domestic Partners of any Principal Member

$104/quarter or $34.67/month

Guest Memberships* Non-UCR affiliate (sponsored by SRC member) $5/day (valid the entire day for the SRC) UCR affiliate (eligible to become SRC member) $5/day (valid the entire day for the SRC)

UC RECIPROCITY

To support UC’s student and staff health throughout the UC system, a policy of reciprocity is available to all UC Recreation Sports Departments at all campuses. All UC Recreation Departments will honor other UC campus students and campus Recreation members at their facilities during the school year, with a valid UC students ID card and UC Recreation members card at no charge. At specialty facilities, i.e. aquatic and equestrian centers, the visiting student/ member must pay the standard rate. Yes, you can use facilities at UCLA, UC Irvine, UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara, UC Santa Cruz, UC Berkeley, UC San Francisco, UC Davis, and UC Merced.

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SRC Information

GENERAL CLASS INFO

OPEN RECREATION

Non-credit courses are designed to teach skills that an individual can use during leisure time. Classes are taught by qualified instructors who have special skills they wish to share. Course fees cover instructor’s salary and most supplies. If you are interested in teaching a class or have ideas about new classes, we encourage you to drop in and see us or contact Rose Edmonds at rose.edmonds@ ucr.edu.

The Student Recreation Center offers structured activities in all of our programs, but we also encourage open recreation. That means you can drop in and do your own thing! Take advantage of our facility space and swim, dance, climb, lift, jog, or play a game. Available open recreation spaces include all multipurpose rooms (MPR), tennis courts, fitness center, all courts, and The Rock.

You may register for classes at recreation. ucr.edu or at the front counter of SRC North and South. All fees are paid at the Student Recreation Center and each class has a separate fee structure depending on the nature and cost of the class. We accept Visa, Master Card and Discover cards. No refunds on activity classes unless the class is cancelled by the Recreation department. All classes have a minimum and maximum number of participants required, depending on the type of class. Enrollment is based on payment of fees and is on a first-come basis. Class will be closed after the maximum has been reached and cancelled 48 hours before the first class session if the minimum is not met. For information on specific classes, please contact us at (951) 827-5731. SRC parking is available in any guest lot (i.e. 22, 24, 25, 27 and 30). Parking lot guest passes may be purchased at the Parking Kiosk at the UCR entrance off of University Ave., and on Canyon Crest Drive off of Martin Luther King Blvd. Note: Workout attire is required for all classes; denim or jeans are not allowed.

FREE SRC USE DAYS March 30 - April 5 Monday - Sunday See hours on page 6. If you are not an SRC member, but are eligible to join... then we have a treat for you. We are opening our doors to the UCR community for an entire week free! Visit us at the Student Recreation Center and take part in our group exercise classes, swim in our awesome pool, climb The Rock, play basketball and indoor soccer in our MAC gym, serve it up on the tennis courts, and explore our entire facility! We’re positive that you’ll like what you see, and that you’ll feel better after participating in all the fun. Must be eligible for principal SRC membership, but active membership is not required.

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INDOOR OPEN RECREATION SCHEDULE SRC North Lower Courts Basketball Monday - Thursday, 6am - 11:55pm Friday, 6am - 8:55pm Saturday, 9am - 8:55pm Sunday, 9am - 11:55pm Volleyball* Monday/Wednesday, 6am - 6pm Friday, 6am - 8:55pm Sunday, 9am - 6pm

*Open recreation volleyball available upon request; must have at least 4 participants.

SRC North Upper Courts Badminton Monday, 6am–5pm/ 8:30pm 11:55pm Tuesday/Thursday, 6am - 11:55pm Wednesday, 6am - 5pm Friday, 6am - 8:55pm Saturday, 9am - 8:55pm Sunday, 9am - 11:55pm Basketball Monday, 5pm–8:30pm Wednesday, 5pm - 11:55pm


SRC Information

Pickleball Monday/ Wednesday, 6am - 5pm Tuesday/Thursday, 6am - 11:55pm Friday, 6am - 8:55pm Saturday, 9am - 8:55pm Sunday, 9am - 11:55pm

*Open recreation pickleball available upon request; must have at least two participants.

SRC North Racquetball Courts Racquetball Monday - Thursday, 6am - 11:55pm Friday, 6am - 8:55pm Saturday, 9am - 8:55pm Sunday, 9am - 11:55pm Wallyball* Monday - Thursday, 6am - 11:55pm Friday, 6am - 8:55pm Saturday, 9am - 8:55pm Sunday, 9am - 11:55pm

*Open recreation wallyball available upon request; must have at least two participants.

SRC North Event Lobby Table Tennis* Monday - Thursday, 6am - 11:55pm Friday, 6am - 8:55pm Saturday, 9am - 8:55pm Sunday, 9am - 11:55pm

*Table tennis moves to mac event lobby for court closures.

SRC South Mac Gym Indoor Soccer Monday, 6am 8:30pm Tuesday, 6am - 5pm Wednesday/ Thursday, 6am - 11:55pm Friday, 6am - 3pm, 5pm - 8pm (Moved to Glenmor Fields) Sunday, 9am - 11:55pm

OUTDOOR OPEN RECREATION SCHEDULE SRC South Pool Complex Sand Volleyball* Monday - Thursday, 6am - 11:55pm Friday, 6am - 8:55pm Saturday, 9am - 8:55pm Sunday, 9am - 11:55pm

*Sand volleyball/pool deck remain open when pool is closed

SRC South Tennis Complex Tennis Courts 1 - 2 Monday - Thursday, 6am - 11:55pm Friday, 6am - 8:55pm, Saturday 9am - 8:55pm, Sunday, 9am - 11:55pm Tennis Courts 3 - 5 Monday - Thursday, 6am - 11:55pm Friday, 6am - 8:55pm Saturday, 9am - 8:55pm, Sunday, 9am 11:55pm Tennis Courts 6 - 8 Monday - Thursday, 6am - 11:55pm Friday, 6am - 8:55pm Saturday, 9am - 8:55pm Sunday, 9am - 11:55pm *Exceptions: required closures. Indoor open recreation Is turned over on the hour.

For more information, closures, and changes to our open recreation schedule, download our mobile app UCRSRC from either the Apple or Google Play Store (depending on your mobile device) or call (951) 827-5738 then press 3 for our latest schedule.

Basketball Monday, 8:30pm 11:55pm Tuesday, 5pm - 11:55pm Friday, 3pm - 8:55pm Saturday, 9am - 8:55pm

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SRC Information

LIFE SKILLS & LEADERSHIP Workshops are offered throughout the academic year; attend five out of the annual workshops to earn a Certificate of Completion in Life Skills and Leadership. Core values include goal setting, communication, leadership fundamentals, self-esteem, fiscal management, health and wellness, time management and community building! Add these activities to your co-curricular transcript on Highlander Link. Free, but highly recommended to register in advance at recreation.ucr.edu or at the SRC North or South front counter. Free snacks with participation at each session. Financial Survival Guide April 28 Wednesday, 5pm - 6pm SRC N Training Room Learn how to set up your own checking and saving accounts while leveraging student banking perks, presented by Business Development Officer Jonathan Paredes of campus partner Altura Credit Union. Free to the UCR community.

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Where are the Jobs? The Hidden Job Market May 13 Thursday, 4pm - 5pm SRC N Training Room Do you know where and how to start looking for jobs? Learn how to develop job search strategies to land a job in today’s challenging job market from Career Counselor Charlie Rodnuson. Free to the UCR community.


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Activity Classes

ACTIVITY CLASSES Practice judo throws, aikido techniques, learn hip hop moves, and tango in our fun activity classes. Taught by expert instructors in classes suitable for all levels, learn a new activity or just take part in having fun, register online or at the SRC front counter today. Classes are subject to change. Check the UCRSRC mobile app for updates.

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April 13 - May 18 Monday, 8:45pm - 10pm MPR A The ultimate dance of nostalgia and desire! Danced to haunting melodies, this alluring dance expresses the fleeting but eternal dialogue of the spirit translated into a language of intricate and flirtatious footwork. Learn the universal language of the Argentine Tango. UCR/IEP Students $20, Non-Students $25

BACHATA DANCE, INTERMEDIATE Level 2

Activity Classes

ARGENTINE TANGO DANCE

April 7 - May 26 Tuesday, 7:45pm - 8:45pm MPR E Prerequisite: Must feel very comfortable doing basic Bachata steps both alone and with a partner. This 8-week class follows the Bachata beginner class and continues to help you progress and evolve your Bachata dancing. You will learn techniques on how to lead and follow as well as several patterns that you can use while social dancing. We will also practice body rolls, dips, individual styling, musicality, footwork, isolations and how to create a solid connection with your partner. This is a progressive class so make sure to register within the first two weeks. No partner needed. UCR/IEP Students $25, Non-Students $35

BALLROOM/LATIN DANCE: FOXTROT/SAMBA April 10 - May 22 Friday, 6:45pm - 8:45pm

BACHATA DANCE, BEGINNING

MPR A The flirtatious and exuberant Samba brilliantly evokes Carnival of Brazil! Throbbing music, bouncy beat, learn this unique Samba dance. Then, the class will focus on the syncopated rhythms of NYC Big Band music, romantic, jazzy, dancer gliding gracefully around the floor with different Foxtrot music. *No Class April 24

Level 1

UCR/IEP Students $20, Non-Students $25

April 7 - May 26 Tuesday, 6:30pm - 7:30pm MPR E Have you ever listened to songs by Romeo Santos, Aventura or Prince Royce? Bachata originated in the Dominican Republic and has exploded all over the world. In this 8-week class, you learn the fundamental, individual steps such as basic turns, footwork and isolations, and partner work in open and closed position. By the end of this course you will be able to go out and social dance with confidence. This is a progressive class so make sure to register within the first two weeks. This course prepares you for the intermediate class. No prior dance experience necessary and no partner needed. UCR/IEP Students $25, Non-Students $35

BALLROOM WORKSHOP: INTERNATIONAL QUICKSTEP May 3 Sunday, 3pm - 6pm MPR A The Quickstep, developed to RagtimeJazz music in the 1920s, is a lighthearted Ballroom dance, with brisk tempo, steps express delight and exuberance with hops, runs that move dancers around the floor. This class emphasizes on techniques with a short routine from Bronze-Gold levels. UCR/IEP Students $15, Non-Students $20

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Activity Classes

CONTEMPORARY DANCE, BEGINNER

HIP HOP DANCE, INTERMEDIATE

April 15 - June 3 Wednesday, 6:15pm - 7:15pm

April 6 - June 1 Monday, 8pm - 9pm

MPR B Beginner contemporary works on building the foundation of contemporary movement, including learning the basics of modern technique, building balance and whole-body strength, and increasing flexibility. This class moves at a slower pace than intermediate contemporary, and introduces dancers to floor choreography. Wear comfortable, flexible clothes – no jeans – dance footwear like toe undies (‘modern shoes’) are optional but not required.

MPR B This intermediate class is recommended for students who are comfortable with learning choreography. Students learn a new dance piece each week that increases in difficulty for progressive learning depending on class skill level. *No class May 25. UCR/IEP Students $25, Non-Students $30

UCR/IEP Students $30, Non-Students $35

CONTEMPORARY DANCE, INTERMEDIATE April 15 - June 3 Wednesday, 7:15pm - 8:15pm MPR B Intermediate contemporary incorporates modern technique with exploratory choreography that involves leaps, turns, handstands, and challenging footwork. Dancers have the opportunity to increase their strength, flexibility, and musicality. This class is not for beginners, as it requires a pre-established familiarity with modern technique and pushes dancers in their creative expression. Wear comfortable, flexible clothing – no jeans – dance footwear like toe undies (‘modern shoes’) are optional but not required. UCR/IEP Students $35, Non-Students $40

SELF DEFENSE BASIC, WOMEN/MEN

HIP HOP DANCE, BEGINNING

April 28 Tuesday, 6pm - 9pm

April 6 - June 1 Monday, 7pm - 8pm MPR B Students learn basic concepts for the first four weeks of class then are introduced to four choreographed dance routines for the last four weeks. Please be prompt and wear comfortable clothing. All levels welcome and no prior dance experience is required. *No class May 25. UCR/IEP Students $25, Non-Students $30

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MPR B & C In collaboration with the Women’s Resource Center, this class is offered to the first 50 people that show. Learn to prevent assaults and practice how to effectively fight back in life threatening situations. This class is designed for both men and women ages 18 years and up. This class is FREE to the UCR community. Must wear loose comfortable clothing. No jeans. Free to the UCR community.


with CPR/AED Adult/Pediatric April 18, May 3 and May 17 Saturday/Sunday, 9:30am - 4:30pm Conference Room This class incorporates the current American Red Cross standards. It helps participants recognize and respond appropriately to cardiac, breathing and first aid emergencies. Learn skills to give immediate care to a suddenly injured or ill person until more advanced medical personnel arrive to help and take over. Students who successfully complete this course receives certificates for Standard First Aid w/CPR/AED - adult and child - valid for two years UCR/IEP Students $50, Non-Students $90

TENNIS, BEGINNING April 14 - June 4 Tuesday, Thursday, 6pm - 7pm Tennis Courts This beginner class is open to all players with little experience or are brand new to the game. Students focus on basic ground strokes and footwork as well as proper etiquette. Students also touch on the basics of volleys and serves. The goal for all students is to rally and understand the basics of each stroke. *Must bring two cans of fresh tennis balls to first class. UCR/IEP Students $79, Non-Students $89

TENNIS, INTERMEDIATE April 14 - June 4 Tuesday, Thursday, 7pm - 8pm

AIKIDO UNLIMITED March 31 - June 4 Tuesday, Thursday, 5pm - 8pm

Activity Classes

AMERICAN RED CROSS STANDARD FIRST AID

MPR D Enrolling in Aikido Unlimited allows you attendance to all aikido classes. UCR/IEP Students $52, Non-Students $74

AIKIDO, WEAPONS March 31 - June 4 Tuesday, Thursday, 5pm - 6pm MPR D Students learn to handle the traditional Japanese jo (staff) and bokken (wooden sword) through katas (set forms) and dual practice. Classes are fun and safe while genuine skills are developed. *No class April 28 UCR/IEP Students $36, Non-Students $48

AIKIDO, BEGINNING/ INTERMEDIATE March 31 - June 4 Tuesday, Thursday, 6pm - 7pm MPR D Students learn the basic moves of aikido, a traditional Japanese martial art, designed to turn an attack against an aggressor. Skills developed are the ability to fall without injury, escaping from grabs and assorted attacks. *No class April 28 UCR/IEP Students $36, Non-Students $48

Tennis Courts This intermediate class is open to players with proficient strokes and have the ability to keep a consistent rally by using ground strokes and volleys. Players should also know how to properly serve and be familiar with match play and point system. Students participate in more complex drills that target multiple aspects of the game. The goal for students in this class is to properly transition between different strokes and employ proper footwork. Players are also introduced to more match play/strategies. *Must bring two cans of fresh tennis balls to first class. UCR/IEP Students $79, Non-Students $89

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Activity Classes

skills. This class in combined with beginning class starting at 7pm (optional but not required) *No class May 25 UCR/IEP Students $75, Non-Students $85

KARATE, 5-18 YEARS All Levels Session I March 31 - April 30 Tuesday, Thursday, 5pm - 5:45pm *No class April 2. April 28 class moved to MPR D.

All Levels Session II

AIKIDO, INTERMEDIATE/ ADVANCED March 31 - June 4 Tuesday, Thursday, 7pm - 8pm MPR D Students expand and develop a wide range of defensive maneuvers and perfect turning an attack against an attacker. Classes are fun and non-confrontational. *No class April 28 UCR/IEP Students $36, Non-Students $48

MPR C Learn discipline, focus, self-defense and increase fitness while having fun learning traditional Japanese Shotokan Karate Do taught by Sensei Tai Cigar of the International Nihon Karate-Do Academy - Repeat World & National Champion, National/International and USA National Karate Team Coach. Belt tests available; competitions available at local, regional, and international level. *No class May 7.

JUDO, BEGINNING

UCR/IEP Students $55, Non-Students $60

March 30 - June 3 Monday, Wednesday, 7pm - 8pm

KARATE, ADULT BEGINNING

MPR D This introductory course in Kodokan Judo teaches several basic throws, pins, arm bars, chokes and how to fall properly to protect against injury. Free practice (randori) includes standing techniques and mat work. Judo etiquette and respectful behavior is required during the class. If all technical and attendance requirements are met, students may test for yellow belt at the end of the quarter. *No class May 25 UCR/IEP Students $45, Non-Students $55

JUDO, ADVANCED March 30 - June 3 Monday, Wednesday, 7pm - 9:30pm MPR D Approval is required. This is intermediate and advanced training in Kodokan Judo. Judo Gi is required. This class focuses on Tachi Waza (standing techniques) and Ne Waza (ground techniques). Kata will also be taught and practiced on a selection basis. Competition is recommended but not required, as it is a crucial method for testing and improving judo

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May 5 - June 4 Tuesday, Thursday, 5pm - 5:45pm

March 31 - June 4 Tuesday, Thursday, 7pm - 8pm

MPR B Karate is an intense and effective method of self-defense, a rigorous total body exercise, demanding and exacting traditional art, a philosophy of life and an exciting competitive sport. April 28 class moved to MPR D UCR/IEP Students $45, Non-Students $55


Activity Classes

KARATE, ADULT, UNLIMITED March 31 - June 4 Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday

TAI CHI, BEGINNING/ CONTINUED

MPR B Enrolling in Karate Unlimited allows you attendance to all adult karate classes.

March 30 - April 29 Monday, Wednesday, 11:10am - 12pm

UCR/IEP Students $94, Non-Students $138

KARATE, ADULT, INTERMEDIATE Tuesday, Thursday, 7pm - 9pm MPR B This class is combined with beginning class. April 28 class moved to MPR D.

KARATE, ADULT, COMPETITION

Session I

Session II May 4 - June 3 *No class May 25 Monday, Wednesday, 11:10am - 12 AM MPR C This multilevel class uses “individualized curriculum” where students work on their own program. Beginning students learn the 28 movement old yang style form. Continuing students work on long form, san shou, fast form, kuang ping (guang ping), pa-kua chang (baguazhang), hsing-i ch’uan (xing-yi quan), pushing hands and t’ai-chi weapons. Each student is taught at their own pace. This class is the fastest way to learn the 28 form.

April 4 - June 6 Saturday, 11am - 12pm

UCR/IEP Students $59, Non-Students $75

MPR D Conditioning, rules and strategies for form and sparring competition. *No class May 30

TAI CHI YANG STYLE, BEGINNING

TAI CHI, WEAPONS AND APPLICATION March 30 - May 18 Monday, 7pm - 8:30pm MPR C This class explores the applications of the t’ai-chi ch’uan form, specific training methods of pushing hands, san shou, chin-na, red boat style and t/ai-chi sticky hands. Emphasis is on practical techniques. No previous experience is necessary. Bring a waist high stick to class.

April 1 - May 20 Wednesday, 7pm - 8pm MPR C T’ai-chi ch’uan is a traditional Chinese martial art that reduces stress, strengthens the immune system, lowers blood pressure and improves balance. Students receive a semiprivate lesson to learn the 28 movement form. This class is combined with the advanced class. UCR/IEP Students $56, Non-Students $78

UCR/IEP Students $62, Non-Students $78

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Activity Classes

TAI CHI YANG STYLE, ADVANCED Session I April 1 - 22 Wednesday, 7:15pm - 8:45pm

Session II April 29 - May 20 Wednesday, 7:15pm - 8:45pm MPR C Students should have at least one session of beginning t’ai chi ch’uan. This class covers the whole system including the long form, pushing hands, san shou-partner form, fast form and weapons. UCR/IEP Students $29, Non-Students $36

TAI CHI WORKSHOP: WALKING STICK SOLO FORM Review and Applications May 17 Sunday, 1pm - 3pm MPR C This form was developed by Grandmaster Tchoung Ta-tchen as a modern practical form. The stick used is a standard knob-ed end walking stick that is waist high. We work on the solo walking stick form. Applications of the movements are shown. While it can be used as a weapon, it is also an excellent exercise for mind-body coordination and is used as a method to strengthen one’s ch’i (qi). More on this form can be found at www.dotaichi.com.

TAI CHI WORKSHOP: PA-KUA/ UCR/IEP Students $24, Non-Students $32 HSING-I COMBINED FORM TAI CHI WORKSHOP: BAGUA Section 3 PHOENIX PALM CHANGE

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April 19 Sunday, 1pm - 3pm

June 7 Sunday, 1pm - 3pm

MPR C This form is called the Wu Shing San Ts’ai San P’an, five elements three powers Form. “Form of mind boxing” with pa-kua chang (baguazhang) “eight trigrams palms”. This is a three section from that combines the flowing circular movements of baguazhang with the linear direct attacks of hsing-i ch’uan. We review the first section and work on the second section. A relatively easy to learn. It includes quick turning and spinning movements with straight forward strikes. Some feel that the first section balances their ch’i (qi). More on this form at www.dotaichi.com. UCR/IEP Students $24, Non-Students $32

MPR D Pa-kua chang also spelled baguazhang is based on circular movement. It is both a moving meditation and traditional martial art. It is one of three internal martial arts of china. This version is the cheng ting hua nine palace traditional system of baguazhang. The old eight animal form is one of the oldest of the forms. Last workshop worked on the dragon palm change. This one will work on the phoenix palm change. Using circular movements and hand strikes and kicks combined with circular movements. UCR/IEP Students $24, Non-Students $32


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Aquatics

AQUATICS The SRC has a 237,000 gallon pool and a 20-person spa available for your aquatic adventures. The pool contains a lap swim area, recreational swim area, a vortex/current channel, and a large deck with lounge furniture. It is available for lap swimming, recreational swimming, programming and rentals. Aquatics provides an opportunity for the UCR community to bridge academic learning with recreational health and wellness, leading to a higher quality of life. Register for all classes at the SRC front counter today! For additional information contact us at aquatics@ucr.edu.

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May 14 Thursday, 7:30pm Dive in and watch Detective Pikachu in the pool or on deck and enjoy free food. A UCR ID card is required for entry. Free to UCR Students

THAT POOL PARTY May 28 Thursday, 2:30pm-5:30pm Join the SRC for a warm weather pool party as we wrap up the academic year. Free food, music, and activities. UCR ID required. Free to UCR Students

FLOATING EGG HUNT April 11 Saturday, 11am-1:30pm Join us for a floating egg hunt in and around the SRC South Pool! Contests and activities for all ages. UCR ID card required. Free to the UCR Community

LAP SWIM & STAY FIT WORKOUTS

Aquatics

DIVE-IN-MOVIE

We offer a variety of waterproof workouts to meet individual needs and goals. This program allows you to swim your way into shape on your own time. See an SRC aquatics staff member to get a waterproof workout for your next swim!

ADULT LAP SWIM & STAY FIT CLASS Registration opens March 30! April 6 - June 12 Participants receive stroke improvement drills and instruction on the four swimming strokes: freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, and butterfly. Our goals are comfort with each stroke as well as improved endurance. Participants may attend as many or few classes as they prefer.

Mondays and Wednesdays Coached Technique 12pm - 1pm Independent Practice 1pm - 2pm

STAND UP PADDLEBOARDING (SUP)

Tuesdays and Thursdays

May 4 - June 1 (No class May 25) Mondays, 5pm - 7pm

Fridays

Join us for open stand up paddleboarding (SUP) time in the SRC South Pool. Limited paddleboards are available for use in the pool. An instructor is available to help participants learn the basics.

SRC Members Free, Non-Members $65

Coached Distance Workout 11:30am - 1:30pm

Independent Workout 11:30am - 2pm

Free to SRC Members

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Aquatics

SWIM TO THE “C” CHALLENGE March 30 - June 5 Can you swim the distance? Swim your way through our spring quarter challenge. Each challenge completed qualifies you for an exclusive prize. Don’t want to do it alone? Create a team of 2-4 people and complete our new team challenge.

Individual Challenge Beginners Challenge: SRC to the Big C Swim the distance from the SRC to the big C hike and back totaling 4 miles. Intermediate Challenge: Half Marathon Swim the distance of a half marathon totaling 13.1 miles. Advanced Challenge: Full Marathon Swim the distance of a full marathon totaling 26.2 miles.

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Team Challenge* Beginners Challenge: SRC to the Big C Swim the distance from the SRC to the big C hike and back totaling 4 miles. Intermediate Challenge: UCR to the Beach Swim the distance from UCR to the beach totaling 48 miles. Advanced Challenge: UCR to UCI Swim the distance from UCR to UCI totaling 60 miles. *All team members must complete the Beginners Challenge to win a prize. Ask an aquatics team member for more information. Free to SRC Members only.


Aquatics

PRIVATE & SEMI-PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS

ADULT BEGINNER SWIM LESSONS

Private lessons provide participants with the opportunity to learn at his/her own pace and adapted for all abilities. Set the time to meet your schedule and our instructor works to meet your swimming goals. Register first and then the SRC aquatics staff will contact you to arrange your private lessons. Private lessons are 30-minute one-on-one sessions scheduled on a first-come-first-serve basis. Participants may add a second person to create a semiprivate lesson.

May 5 - 21 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30pm - 6pm

Private Lessons 1 session for $16, 3 sessions for $40, 6 sessions for $72, 10 sessions for $110

ADULT INTERMEDIATE SWIM LESSONS

Semi-Private Lessons

May 5 - 21 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6pm - 6:30pm

1 session for $8, 3 sessions for $20, 6 sessions for $36, 10 sessions for $55 SRC Members Only.

30-minutes, twice a week for three weeks. These lessons are for adults with little or no comfort in the water. Participants learn how to hold their breath, float, get an introduction to the basic strokes and learn basic water safety skills. Open to all $36

30-minutes, twice a week for three weeks. These lessons are for adults that have completed Adult Beginner or have equivalent skills. Participants in this class are comfortable in the water, but need stroke and stamina improvement. Participants continue stroke development in freestyle, backstroke, and breaststroke and improve their water fitness. Open to all $36

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Aquatics

WEEKEND CHILDREN’S SWIM LESSONS Registration opens April 13! May 2 - June 6 (no class May 23) Saturdays, 9:30am - 10am Level 3 & Level 5/6 Saturdays, 10:05am - 10:35am Level 2, Level 3 & Level 4 Saturdays, 10:40am - 11:10am Tiny Tot, Level 1, & Level 2 Saturdays, 11:15am - 11:45am Parent & Me* & Tiny Tot 30-minutes, once a week for five (5) weeks. All swimming lessons are taught utilizing the American Red Cross guidelines and teaching techniques. Lesson prerequisites can be found by contacting us at aquatics@ucr.edu. *Parent & Me requires at least one (1) parent per child to be in the water.

Open to all, $30

ADAPTIVE SWIM LESSONS Adaptive swim lessons are designed for individuals with special needs. Adaptive lessons maintain a 1 participant to 1 instructor (1:1) ratio and run 30 minutes in length. Adaptive participants are required to complete a registration packet prior to beginning lessons. Please contact aquatics@ucr.edu for registration information. Open to all. 5 sessions for $40

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R’FAMILY SWIM PROGRAM Registration opens April 13! May 10 - June 7** Sundays, 10am - 1pm The R’Family Swim Program provides families (2 adults and 3 children max) with an opportunity to swim and practice their swim skills outside of lesson times. Children must pass a swim test or wear a US Coast Guard approved life jacket (provided at the pool). Parent eligible for SRC membership must come to register the family.

*Must fall into SRC membership category, but do not need active membership. **Dates/Hours subject to change for special events.

$30*


April 18, 25, AND 26* Saturdays/Sundays, 9am - 5pm *Must attend all sessions

Through videos, group discussion and handson practice, you’ll learn teamwork, rescue and surveillance skills, First Aid and CPR/AED and other skills you need to work as a professional lifeguard. Successful completion results in a 2-year certification in Lifeguarding that includes first aid, professional-level CPR and AED in one certificate. Participants will need a bathing suit for all meetings.

Prerequisites 1. All participants will need to swim 300 yards continuously demonstrating breath control and rhythmic breathing.

Aquatics

AMERICAN RED CROSS LIFEGUARDING

3. Complete a timed event within 1 minute and 40 seconds. Starting in the water, swim 20 yards. Your face may be in or out of the water. Swim goggles are not allowed. Surface dive, feet-first or head-first, to a depth of 7 – 10 feet to retrieve a 10 pound object. Return to the surface and swim 20 yards on your back to return to the starting point with both hands holding the object while keeping your face at or near the surface so you are able to get a breath. You should not swim the distance under water. Exit the water using a ladder or steps. If participants fail to demonstrate these prerequisites they will receive a refund for the full amount. SRC Members $75, Other (open to anyone) $100

2. Tread water for two minutes only using your legs.

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Competitive Sports Whether you are a seasoned athlete or a newcomer to competitive sports, there is a spot for you! We offer traditional team sports such as soccer, flag football, volleyball, basketball and softball; but also events such as tennis, badminton and sand volleyball. Events range from multiweek league sports to single-day tournaments. We strive to create a fun, safe and fair environment to compete and play the sports that you grew up loving. Come and play with friends, or make new ones that could last a lifetime. Play for bragging rights, the camaraderie, or simply for the love of the game! For more information contact competitivesports@ucr.edu, (951) 827-7039 today!

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Competitive Sports

INTRAMURAL SPORTS The intramural sports program offers structured leagues and tournaments for all undergraduate and graduate students, as well as faculty and staff members with an SRC membership. Competition ranges from competitive to recreational; and most sports offer either men’s, women’s, or co-rec leagues. Registration begins March 25. Register online at imsports.ucr.edu. Note: Associate members and noninternational students taking classes through the UCR Extension Center are ineligible to participate in intramural sports.

MANAGERS MEETING April 9 Thursday, 5:30pm - 10:30pm MAC Gym

SPRING 2020 INTRAMURAL SPORTS SCHEDULE A free program to UCR students. SPORT

START DATE

TIME

PLAYOFFS BEGIN

CHAMPIONSHIP

LOCATION

5v5 Basketball

April 13

6:30pm

May 18

June 2

Lower Courts

7v7/8v8 Flag Football

April 15

6pm

May 20

June 4

Glen Mor Fields

8v8 Soccer

April 13

6pm

May 18

June 2

Glen Mor Fields

6v6 Volleyball

April 15

6pm

May 20

June 3

Lower Courts

Kickball & Softball Sorority Sports Week

April 13

6pm

May 18

June 1

May 26

6pm

May 26

May 28

Blaine Sports Complex Glen Mor Fields

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SPORT CLUBS A sport club is a group of students who meet regularly to pursue an interest in a competitive collegiate activity at the state, regional, and national level. UCR sport clubs are an exciting alternative to intramural sports and offers a way of getting involved in a fun and competitive environment. Rugby, Soccer, Volleyball, Kendo, and Ballroom Dancing clubs compete against other college teams. We have various highly competitive sports and Rec club teams. Each club team is developed, organized, and managed by students with guidance from the competitive sports assistant director. Sport clubs enable students to enhance their collegiate experience and serve as an excellent setting for the development of athletic skills, student leadership and social outlets. All participants are welcome and membership fees are required for uniforms, association fees and other equipment. There are try-outs as it relates to becoming a member of the team. Interested in joining or starting your own club? Contact matthew.dunigan@ucr.edu, (951) 827-4468 for more information.

List of Sport Clubs • Badminton Club @UCR • Ballroom Dancing (Dance sport) • Highlander Aquatics Swimming Club • Fencing @UCR • Karate Club @UCR • Kendo @UCR • Racquetball @UCR • Rugby (Men/Women) • Soccer (Men/Women) • Tennis on Campus @UCR • Water Polo (Men/Women) • Ultimate Frisbee • Volleyball Club (Men/Women) • Wrestling Club @UCR Visit highlanderlink.ucr.edu for more information on specific Sport Clubs.

SPORTS OFFICIATING Sports officiating is a great way to get involved on campus at UCR. No experience is needed in any of the offered sports and we provide our students with a flexible schedule. We pride ourselves on developing young students by providing them the tools to be successful on and off the field. To learn more about becoming an IM official, email us at competitivesports@ucr.edu.

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SOFTBALL KICKBALL

Begins April 13, 6pm.

REGISTER TODAY! Register online at imsports.ucr.edu.


Cooking Well Cook, eat, and be healthy! Participants of all skill levels are welcome to the SRC cooking classes, located in the SRC south classroom kitchen. Our kitchen is fully equipped with the tools necessary for our chef to improve your personal wellness through our healthy cooking classes. With the help of Chef Val, you pick up valuable cooking techniques and recipes for life. Classes are hands-on unless otherwise specified. Space is limited, so you must register at the SRC front counter.

Our culinary demos, located in the SRC South kitchen, are FREE to SRC Members. Registration is open until the time of the demo, depending on availability. Walk-ins welcome until space is filled.

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PLANT BASED COOKING

April 1 Wednesday, 2pm - 4pm

April 24 Friday, 3:30pm - 5:30pm

Classroom Kitchen Broke and hungry? Join us to learn some useful skills on how to create delicious meals with ingredients offered at R’Pantry and on a budget. Registration opens March 18.

Classroom Kitchen It’s easier than you think and we are going to show you how! Registration opens April 10.

Cooking Well

BUDGET BITES

BREAKFAST FOR DINNER April 30 Thursday, 2pm - 4pm Classroom Kitchen It is never too late for breakfast. Join Chef Val and the Cooking Well team for round two of the most important meal of the day. Registration opens April 16.

5 INGREDIENTS OR LESS April 10 Friday, 3:30pm - 5:30pm Classroom Kitchen It can be done! In this class you learn how to make delectable dishes using a handful of ingredients. Registration opens March 27.

Want to plan a group event or team building exercise? Reserve the SRC kitchen for your organization’s meetings, catered events, or team building exercises. Visit recreation.ucr.edu/fitwell/fit-hire, call (951) 827-4453, or email valerie.batlle@ucr.edu for details.

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A TASTE OF MEXICO May 08 Friday, 3:30pm - 5:30pm Classroom Kitchen Bienvenido a nuestra clase, inspired by Cinco de Mayo, we are cooking up some Mexican favorites. ¡no faltes! Registration opens April 24.

TREAT YO SELF May 22 Friday, 3:30pm - 5:30pm Classroom Kitchen It is time to feed our souls and treat ourselves in this dessert class. You dessert it! Registration opens May 8.

GROWN UP GRILLED CHEESES June 05 Friday, 3:30pm - 5:30pm Classroom Kitchen Who says grilled cheeses are only for kids? Not us! Hang out with Cooking Well to learn how to grill up a gourmet grilled cheese any grown up would love. Registration opens May 22.

FINALS COOLDOWN AND REFUEL June 10 Wednesday, 3pm - 5pm Classroom Kitchen It’s finals week and we know you are exhausted, hungry and short on time. Don’t fret, the Cooking Well team has you covered. Come by to take a break, relax, study and grab a bite to eat. While goodies last. No registration required.

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NOW HIRING

LIFEGUARDS NO CERTIFICATION NECESSARY.

APPLY BY APRIL 9 MANDATORY TRAINING DATES:

SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS

APRIL 18, 25 & 26 9 AM - 5 PM

For additional information, please contact us at (951) 827-4917 or FRANCES.CARON@UCR.EDU.


FitWell The SRC FitWell program provides safe, effective, and diverse fitness programs that foster a healthy lifestyle. Access our state-of-the-art fitness facility and participate in chair massage, group fitness classes, and personal training. Note: workout attire and non-marking shoes are required; denim or jeans are not allowed. Pricing for eligible nonmembers available.

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March 31 - June 12 Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, 5pm - 8pm SRC South upstairs On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, treat yourself to a free chair massage at the SRC. Relax your muscles and soothe your stress. Sign up online up to two days in advance. This is a free service to SRC members. No massage March 27 due to a holiday.

PERSONAL TRAINING SESSIONS

FitWell

FREE CHAIR MASSAGE

Take the first step towards a better you! Visit the front counter or recreation.ucr.edu to complete an initial consultation packet. A personal trainer will contact you within one week to schedule your initial consultation. INITIAL CONSULTATION IS $20.

JUMPSTART PACKAGE Three one-hour sessions for $120. Only available at time of initial consultation.

ONE HOUR TRAINING

30-MINUTE CHAIR MASSAGE Every quarter SRC South upstairs Visit the front counter to complete a new client packet and register. A chair massage therapist will contact you within one week to schedule your session. SRC Members $35, Eligible non-members $45 *Non-members must be eligible for SRC membership to participate in 30-minute chair massage. Visit the front counter to complete a new client packet and register. A chair massage therapist will contact you within 1 week to schedule your session.

SMALL GROUP PERSONAL TRAINING Grab a friend and join small group personal training. Each session is an hour long. Packages sold as five one-hour sessions. # of Group Members

Total Group Cost*

2

$190

3

$210

# of Sessions

Cost

1

$48

2

$96

4

$186

8

$352

10

$420

IN AND OUT SPECIAL Attention SRC members! Get in and out with 30-minute personal training sessions. Three Sessions

Six Sessions

Ten Sessions

$60

$105

$170

BODY COMPOSITION ANALYSIS Get an in-depth look at what your weight really means. The InBody 270 measures your body composition in less than 15 seconds. Get a results sheet with: • Skeletal Muscle Mass • Percent Body Fat • Body Fat Mass • Basal Metabolic Rate and more Receive a free 15-minute results interpretation with every test. See how body composition analysis can help you reach your goals more effectively. $10

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FitWell

FIT FOR HIRE

MOBILE FIT

Host a Fit for Hire session at your location! SRC FitWell staff teach fitness classes, lead workshops or perform chair massages for your department, club or organization at a time that fits your schedule.

April 6 - June 11

Learn more about Fit for Hire and sign up today at recreation.ucr.edu. For fitness class and chair massage information, contact jescelyn.villarreal@ucr.edu.

A convenient on-site fitness program for faculty and staff. These 30-minute fitness classes range from Get Fit, Core Fit, Stretch Well, Stair Fit, and Step Fit! Chair massage is also offered. Register your group or get more information by contacting Jescelyn.villarreal@ ucr.edu. No classes March 27 or May 25 due to holidays.

Cooking demonstrations are now available for reservations for your group at the UCR Student Rec Center! For information on cooking demonstrations, contact valerie.batlle@ucr. edu.

KICKBOX CONDITIONING

(FAU payment is available for departmental purchases)

SRC South Boxing Rig This high energy fitness class combines martial arts techniques with fast-paced cardio. Build stamina, improve coordination and flexibility, and burn calories as you build lean muscle with this fun and challenging workout. No class May 25 due to holiday. (8 person cap)

$50 per hour for FitWell classes and workshops $85 per hour for chair massage

April 6 - June 10 Monday, Wednesday, 5:30pm - 6:15pm Free day Monday, April 6

SRC members $60, Eligible Non-Members $80

ZUMBA DE MAYO! May 5 Tuesday, 6:30pm - 8:15pm MAC Gym Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a Zumba fitness party! Dress up and dance with our SRC Zumba instructors. Enjoy refreshments and get information on how to prioritize health and fitness into your busy lifestyle! Class begins at 6:45pm. Refreshments and meet your instructors session at 7:45pm 8:15pm. Free to SRC members

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FitWell

BECOME AN INSTRUCTOR OR TRAINER ACE CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER COURSE April 7 - June 11 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:15pm - 3:15pm SRC North Training Room This course is a non-credit, extracurricular opportunity that prepares students for the ACE Personal Trainer Certification. With ACE approved curriculum, offered by the UCR FitWell team, students are engaged in practical application of the material covered and prepared to pass their certification upon course completion. SRC members course fee $80 Exam fee $249

Study Materials can be rented at the SRC front counter ($40) or purchased online ($129.50 at https://www. acefitness.org/student)

ACE CERTIFIED GROUP FITNESS INSTRUCTOR COURSE April 7 - June 11 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:15pm - 3:15pm MPR A As part of the GFIT (Group Fitness Instructor Training) Program, this course is a non-credit, extracurricular opportunity for students to prepare for the ACE Group Fitness Instructor Certification. To gain the necessary experience to effectively instruct a group fitness class, students engage in practical application of the material covered by the UCR FitWell, and prepare to pass their certification exam upon course completion. UCR students only, course fee $80 Exam fee $199

Study Materials can be rented at the SRC front counter ($40) or purchased online ($79.95 at https://www. acefitness.org/student)

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FitWell

SPRING 2020 GROUP FITNESS Included in your SRC membership! UCR staff/faculty (who are not SRC members, but are eligible to join) can access group fitness classes for as low as $49 per quarter per class, visit recreation.ucr.edu to check for prices and register in person at the SRC. SRC members are automatically enrolled and can simply drop into a class, registration is not required. For accommodations, contact tiffany.tallackson@ucr.edu.

MARCH 30 - JUNE 12, 2020 MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Yoga* 6:30-7:30am MPR B

Cycle Burn 7-7:45am FitWell Studio

Yoga 6:30-7:30am MPR B

Cycle Burn 7-7:45am FitWell Studio

Yoga 6:30-7:30am MPR B

Yoga 10-11am MPR E

Yoga 10-11am MPR E HIIT The BOSU 11:15am-12pm MPR A

HIIT The BOSU 11:15am-12pm MPR A TRX Fusion 12:15-1pm MPR A

Abs and Glutes 12:15-1pm MPR A

Total Body Toning 4:30-5:15pm MPR A

Step Express 4:15-5pm MPR E

Yoga 5-6pm MPR B

Yoga 5:15-6:15pm MPR E

Yoga 5-6pm MPR B

Yoga 5:15-6:15pm MPR E

Zumba® 5:30-6:15pm MPR A

Zumba® 5:30-6:15pm MPR A

STRONG by Zumba®

5:15-6:15pm MPR A

Barre Fusion 5:30-6:15pm MPR A

SoulBody Barre 5:15-6:15pm MPR A

Yoga 6:30-7:30pm MPR E

Cardio Sport 6:30-7:15pm MPR A

Strength Training 5:30-6:15pm Weight Room

Cardio Sport 6:30-7:15pm MPR A

Strength Training 5:30-6:15pm Weight Room

Cycle Yoga 6:30-7:30pm FitWell Studio

Zumba® 6:30-7:15pm MPR A

Cycle Yoga 6:30-7:30pm FitWell Studio

Zumba® 6:30-7:15pm MPR A

TRX Fusion 12:15-1pm MPR A

Abs and Glutes 12:15-1pm MPR A

Cycle Jam 7:15-8pm FitWell Studio

Strong by Zumba® 7:30-8:30pm MPR A

Cycle Jam 7:15-8pm FitWell Studio

Athletic Cond’ting 7:30-8:15pm

Pilates Fusion 7:30-8:30pm MPR A

Athletic Cond’ting 7:30-8:15pm

Yoga 7:30-8:30pm MPR A

MPR E/FitWell Zone

*Monday AM Yoga is a beginner class, suitable for all levels May 5: Zumba will be moved to MAC Gym (Zumba de Mayo) May 25: No classes (Holiday) May 29-31: All classes will be held in MPR E; Cycle Burn will be altered to Cardio Shred (Commencement) June 6-12: Condensed schedule. All classes before 4pm are not offered except for MWF 6:30am Yoga. Classes after 4pm offered.

SAT/SUN Abs & Glutes (SAT) 9:30-10:15am MPR A

Zumba® (SAT) 10:30-11:15am MPR A Restore & Reset (SAT)

Pop Pilates 7:30-8:30pm MPR A

MPR E/FitWell Zone

Yoga 12:15-1:15pm MPR E

Total Body Toning Move into Stillness Total Body Toning 4:30-5:15pm 4:15-5pm 4:30-5:15pm MPR A MPR E MPR A

Tighten n’ Tone 6:30-7:15pm MPR E

Tighten n’ Tone 6:30-7:15pm MPR E

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Move into Stillness Move into Stillness 11:15-12pm 11:15-12pm MPR E MPR E

11:30am-12:30pm MPR A

Athletic Cond’ting 5:30-6:15pm (SUN) MPR E/FitWell Zone

Cycle Burn (SUN) 6:30-7:15pm FitWell Studio Restore & Reset (SUN)

7-8pm MPR E


REC IT

YOUR WAY! CHECK OUT EQUIPMENT AND ENJOY OPEN RECREATION! Check out items at the north or south front counters! Boxing Gloves Jump Ropes Soccer Ball Basketball Table Tennis Racquetball Badminton Pickleball

Volleyball Wallyball Squash Tennis Deck of Cards Connect Four Jumbo Jenga Corn Hole

Checkers Dominos Chess Colored Pencils Crayons Paper

Available open recreation spaces include all multi-purpose rooms (MPR), tennis courts, fitness center, all courts, and The Rock. Download the UCRSRC app to check availability.


Outdoor Excursions

Expand your horizons, learn skills and meet new friends! The Outdoor Excursions (OE) Shop is your one stop source for that and more! Rent outdoor gear, sign up for a trip, get discount lift tickets, or design your own trip and we’ll lead it. Get SCUBA certified, develop your leadership skills, and explore our library to plan your next adventure.

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OUTDOOR TRIPS

Choose a day and activity that works for your group! We customize the trip to suit your group’s level and interest. Pricing is based on the destination and activities. Transportation, guided instruction and most equipment items are included. Contact Outdoor Excursions at (951) 827-7040 or OE@ucr.edu, or visit us at the OE Shop at the SRC.

Join us on an outdoor adventure as we challenge ourselves, learn new skills, strengthen relationships, promote diversity and sustainability, and feed our inner desire to explore! OE offers fun-filled road trips to some of the most beautiful places in the western US! For water trips, you must be able to swim. Swim lessons are available at the SRC Pool. Sign up for a trip at the OE Shop today and return with stories to share, memories to relive, photos to exchange, and friends that will last a lifetime. Online trip registration is available at excursions.ucr.edu.

LOYALTY PROGRAM Join our Loyalty Program by getting your card stamped; get one stamp for each day of a trip or event with OE! Earn 10 stamps, and you get a free day trip of your choice (value approximately $60, spots limited)! The best part is you start off with 2 gift stamps before your first event! Pick up your card in the OE Shop today!

Outdoor Excursions

CUSTOM EXCURSIONS

Note: Pricing for “Others” denotes the non-member local and UCR community.

BLACK CANYON KAYAKING AND HOT SPRINGS March 22 - 25 Saturday - Wednesday, 10am - 10pm Pre-trip meeting, March 17, 7pm Register by March 17, 6pm Willow Beach, AZ Ready for an action-packed spring break? Explore canyons, waterfalls, hot springs, and a sauna cave on the Colorado River! Have fun exploring and paddling up the river near the base of Hoover Dam. Transportation, camping equipment and fees, kayaks and gear, meals, trip leaders, and a T-shirt are included. Trip requires good physical condition, and you must know how to swim. SRC Member $168, Non-member $186

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DESERT ADVENTURE: CAVING AND RINGBOLT LADDER CANYON HIKE April 18 - 19 Saturday - Sunday, 7am - 9pm Register by 6pm and pre-trip meeting April 14, 7pm Mojave National Preserve, CA Crawl through lava caves from a nearby extinct volcano on Saturday. Then Sunday join a tour of one of California’s most beautiful commercial caves. Afterwards, climb a series of exciting ladders and ring bolts on dry

JOSHUA TREE NATIONAL PARK HIKING AND BIKING April 25 Saturday, 8am - 7pm Register by April 21 Joshua Tree National Park, CA Check out a spot where two deserts meet, diversity of life is amazing, and rock formations draw climbers from all over the world: Joshua Tree National Park! On this trip we will hike and bike on different trails, learn about the plants, animals, and history from mining to horse thieves. Food, leaders, entry fees, bicycles, and transportation are included. SRC Member $44, Non-member $49

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waterfall cliffs to access a view all across the colorful desert landscape! Transportation, meals, camping fees, equipment, activity gear, trip leaders and a T-shirt are included. SRC Members $80, Non-members $97


Outdoor Excursions

YOSEMITE CAMPING AND EXPLORING May 8 - 10 Friday - Sunday, 10am - 10pm Register by 6pm and pre-trip meeting May 5, 7pm Yosemite National Park Spend a weekend in Yosemite among Sequoias, massive rock faces, and stunning views. This trip includes 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 dinners, transportation, trip leaders,

camping and park entry fees, group and personal gear, and a T-shirt. SRC members $212, Non-member $235

OUTREACH EXCURSIONS: BEACH CLEANUP + SANDBOARD AND SNORKEL May 16 Sunday, 8am - 7pm Register by May 12 Point Mugu, CA Join OE for a cleanup of Zuma Beach, and help our oceans stay healthy. Then sandboard (it’s like snowboarding) on the dunes at Pt. Mugu! Transportation, equipment, lunch, parking fees, and instruction are included. SRC Member $34, Non-member $38

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Outdoor Excursions

SURFING

May 17 Saturday, 8am - 6pm Register by May 14 Doheny State Park, CA Get a taste of surf culture and try something new! We will help you catch some waves and capture the thrill and adrenaline of surfing. Transportation, surfboards, wetsuits, instruction, lunch, and trip leaders are included. SRC Member $44, Non-member $49

BLACK CANYON KAYAKING AND HOT SPRINGS May 22 - 25 Friday - Monday, 10am - 10pm Register by May 19, 6pm. Pre-trip meeting, 7pm Willow Beach, AZ Ready for an action-packed long weekend? Explore canyons, waterfalls, hot springs, and a sauna cave on the Colorado River! Have fun exploring and paddling up the river near the base of Hoover Dam. Transportation, camping equipment and fees, kayaks and gear, meals, trip leaders, and a T-shirt are included. Trip requires good physical condition, and you must know how to swim. SRC Member $168, Non-member $186

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OE HANGOUT: CHALK THE WALK May 6 Wednesday, 5pm - 6pm

Outdoor Excursions

OE EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS

OE Patio Come join the community of adventure enthusiasts at the OE Patio and chalk the walk! Create some unique sidewalk art to take a break from midterm stress. Enjoy free snacks and meet other like-minded Highlanders! Free to the UCR community.

DONATE YOUR BIKE OE HANGOUTS: EARTH DAY AT THE NOONER Wednesday, April 22 Wednesday, 12pm - 1:30pm Bell tower lawn Come join the Outdoor Excursions community of adventure enthusiasts at the Nooner! Make your own window sill planter, complete with your choice of plant, and meet other like-minded tree huggers. See page 55 for additional activities provided by Youth Programs.

June 8 - 12 Monday - Friday, 9am - 4:30pm ScotSurplus and TAPS Do you have a bike you can’t take with you at the end of the school year? Donate it to ScotSurplus so someone else can use it! ScotSurplus or Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) will accept bike donations between June 8 and 12 during weekday business hours.

Free to the UCR community.

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Outdoor Excursions

SCUBA SCUBA SCHOLARSHIP DEADLINE

SCUBA REFRESHER COURSE

Tuesday, April 8

April 19 Sunday, 2pm - 6pm Register by April 14

The Ronny Ahmed Live To the Fullest SCUBA Scholarship This quarterly scholarship covers the full cost SRC Pool of the Open Water SCUBA certification class Your SCUBA cert doesn’t expire, but your offered through Outdoor Excursions. To apply, memory sometimes does! Some equipment submit an essay (under 1000 words) detailing included: fins, mask, snorkel, booties, wet 1) Why do you want to learn to SCUBA dive, suit. Not included: BCD, regulators, tank, and 2) How do you plan to use this certification to weights (please rent). Must bring certification continue diving after completing the course, card to class to show proof you’re eligible. 3) Why you should get this scholarship Bring your logbook to receive credit for the (examples: GPA, a personal history of course! overcoming obstacles, etc.). One winner per quarter. E-mail your essay to joab.corey@ ucr.edu, subject line: “SCUBA Scholarship Application” and your full name. See excursions.ucr.edu for more information. Open to full-time UCR students only.

DISCOVER SCUBA PARTY April 15 Tuesday, 6:15pm - 9:30pm

SRC Kitchen and Pool Get ready for summer SCUBA diving and discover what it’s all about! Enjoy free pizza and snacks while instructor Chris Toth discusses essential safety skills. Then join Streamline SCUBA Center instructors to try SCUBA diving in the SRC pool. Don’t forget to bring your swimsuit! People with disabilities and able-bodied welcome! Free and open to SRC members and non-members. Adaptive divers please register by April 12. Ages limited 15 and over at this event please. Free and open to SRC Members and nonmembers.

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Outdoor Excursions

SCUBA ADVANCED OPEN WATER CERTIFICATION April 25 - 26 Saturday - Sunday, 6am - 5pm Register by April 20 La Jolla, CA This course includes two days of ocean diving, books, advanced certification card, and some rental gear (mask, snorkel, fins, booties, hood, gloves, wet suit). Please rent or bring your own tanks, weights, BCD, regulators, computer, and compass. Skills covered: Deep Diving, Navigation, Search and Rescue, Peak Performance Buoyancy, and Night Dive. Transportation is not included (carpooling encouraged). SRC Member $215, Non-member $225

SCUBA OPEN WATER CERTIFICATION May 1 - 10 Days vary Register by April 27 Pre-trip meeting April 30, 6pm SRC N Training Room Lose yourself in the peaceful silence of the ocean, explore new sights, and make new friends and dive buddies! Pre-course study packet and test, dive logbook, dive tables, classroom review sessions, pool sessions, boat dives at Catalina, a beach dive, all the gear, and a free T-shirt are included. Transportation is not included, but carpooling is encouraged. You must be able to attend all sessions to sign up for this certification. A 200m swim and a ten minute treading water or float test will be given during the class.

SCUBA RESCUE COURSE May 16 - 17 Saturday and Sunday, times vary Register by May 11 Learn to prevent and manage dive related problems while gaining confidence! Rescue diver manual, dive management slate, CPR mask, rescue diver emblem and certificate, classroom review sessions, pool sessions, two beach dives, some gear, and a free T-shirt are included. Transportation is not included, but carpooling is encouraged. You must be able to attend all sessions to sign up for this certification.

Classroom: Day 1

May 16 Saturday, 9am - 1pm SRC N Training Room

Classroom: Day 1 Classroom: Day 2 Pool: Day 1 May 1 May 2 Friday, 6pm - 9:30pm SRC N Training Room

Saturday, 9am - 1pm SRC N Training Room

Pool: Day 2

Pool: Day 3

May 2 Saturday, 2pm - 8pm SRC Pool

Beach Dives: Day 4 May 9 Saturday, 6am - 3pm Laguna Beach, CA

May 3 Sunday, 9am - 7pm SRC Pool

Boat Dives: Day 5 May 10 Sunday, 6am - 7pm Long Beach to Catalina Island, CA

Course cost is $485 and open to all.

May 16 Saturday, 2pm - 8pm SRC Pool

Ocean: Day 2

May 17 Sunday, 6am - 4pm La Jolla, CA SRC Member $260, Non-member $260

ADAPTIVE SCUBA PROGRAM We offer SCUBA training and certification for people with disabilities, and those who want to learn the skills to be a dive buddy to divers with disabilities. Adaptive needs may include blindness, paraplegia, quadriplegia, amputee, autism, MS, PTSD, TBI. Learn at your own pace and come discover the wonders of the ocean! Contact us for more information.

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GEAR RENTALS Our full list of rentals is at excursions.ucr.edu. You do not need to be an SRC member to rent gear. An individual (student/non-student) may rent only two of each item. Rentals are available in person at the OE Shop. We accept Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. Cash and check transactions must be made at SRC North (the OE Shop does not accept cash); see hours on page 4. Camping (Daily)

SRC Member

Other

Backpack (internal frame)

$6

$7

Camping Stove (propane not included)

$6

$7

Camp Chair

$2

$3

Cookset (backpacking)

$3

$4

Headlamp (w/o batteries)

$3

$4

Hiking Boots

$8

$9

Ice Chest (medium 36-50 qt.)

$3

$4

Ice Chest (large 100-120 qt.)

$4

$5

Lantern (battery/LED)

$4

$5

Sleeping Bag (0° synthetic)

$5

$6

Sleeping Bag (20° & 35° synthetic)

$4

$5

Sleeping Pad (foam, Z-lite)

$2

$3

Tent (2 person backpacking, 3 season)

$5

$6

Tent (2 person backpacking, 4 season)

$6

$7

Tent (3 person backpacking, 3 season)

$5

$6

Tent (3 person backpacking, 4 season)

$7

$8

Tent (4 person backpacking, 3 season)

$7

$8

Waterproof Jacket

$5

$6

Caving (Daily)

SRC Member

Other

Caving Gloves (pair)

$4

$5

Kneepads (pair)

$2

$3


Outdoor Excursions

Rock Climbing (Daily)

SRC Member

Other

Bouldering Pad

$5

$6

Chalk Bag (with chalk)

$2

$3

Climbing Shoes

$2

$3

Water and Sand Sports (Daily)

SRC Member

Other

Boogie Board

$4

$5

Diving Fins

$3

$4

Diving Mask

$3

$4

Kayak Package (kayak, paddle, PFD)

$15

$18

Sandboard

$14

$15

Surfboard (foam and non-foam) 7ft. - 12ft.

$10

$11

Surfboard Package (surfboard, wetsuit, and booties)

$16

$19

Snorkel Package (dive mask, snorkel, fins, booties)

$6

$9

Stand Up Paddleboard Package*

$22

$23

Stand Up Paddleboard Paddles

$3

$4

* Kayak/Stand Up Paddleboard Package includes kayak/paddleboard, paddles and PFD(s). Wetsuit not included.

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Ropes

ROPES The Ropes Program’s goal is to provide and promote adventure based, purposeful risk taking and cooperative team building opportunities for UCR and the UCR community. The Rock provides climbing, clinics and competitions on our 32 foot-tall wall and 12 ½ foot-tall bouldering area while the Challenge Course provides a safe place for your team to grow together by introducing activities that enhance your perspective on life. Contact ropes@ucr.edu, (951) 827-4473 for more information.

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THE ROCK INDOOR CLINICS SUPER HERO DYNO CLINIC TOP ROPE BELAY LESSON March 30 - June 12 Everyday, 3pm - 8pm The Rock Learn the basics of top rope belaying. Free to SRC Members

May 6 Wednesday, 6pm - 9pm The Rock Setup, Launch, Latch: the three basic steps of the elusive dyno. Join us at The Rock and learn how to master this dynamic style of movement. All skills levels are welcome. Free to SRC Members. Free to SRC Members

INTRO TO THE ROCK March 30 - June 12 Everyday, 11am - 11pm The Rock New to climbing or just want to learn? Take 15 minutes to learn the ins and outs of The Rock; how things work, clinic descriptions, and a brief tour of what we have to offer. Just ask our staff at The Rock for more info. Free to SRC Members

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THE ROCK AUTO BELAY Everyday 11am - SRC Close Time The Rock The auto-belay at The Rock gives you the opportunity to climb during non-rope hours or to climb as much as you want during roped hours. This auto-belay uses centrifugal force to lower you safely to the ground once you reach the top. All routes that are green tagged can be climbed on the auto-belay. You must get certified by a Rock staff in order to climb during non-roped hours. Free to SRC Members

EDCC OPEN HOUSE

HIGHLANDER HANG

May 29 Thursday, 7pm - 10pm

May 20 Wednesday, 5pm - 10pm

Challenge Course Swing, jump, play, climb and dance at the Challenge Course Open House!

EVEREST CLUB

The Rock The Rock is hosting its spring quarter climbing competition with the return of the Highlander Hang! From beginners to advanced, this competition has something for everyone. Music, prizes, community, and FUN!

Everyday During SRC hours

SRC Members, $5

Free to SRC members

SRC North Have you completed the Mile High Club at The Rock? Want to climb the highest peak in the world? Climb a total of 29,028 feet on the Treadwall and score your hard earned Everest Club T-Shirt. Ask the staff at The Rock for an Everest Club Score Card to start keeping track of your distance. Once finished, contact ropes@ucr.edu to pick up your t-shirt! Free to SRC Members

THE MILE HIGH CLUB Everyday During SRC hours The Rock Climb 5,280 feet at The Rock and gain access into the exclusive Mile High Club. Once you log a mile of vertical climbing, you will receive a Mile High Club tank top and bragging rights to all! Just ask our friendly staff at The Rock for more information. Free to SRC Members

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THE TREADWALL Everyday During SRC hours SRC North The Treadwall at SRC North is exactly that; a climbing wall that acts like a treadmill and will go as long as you can. If you are looking for an alternative workout or training to take your climbing game to the next level, the Treadwall will give you everything you want and more. No climbing shoes necessary. All levels are welcome. Create your own workout or use the Treadwall during one of your cross training circuits for the ultimate workout. Free to SRC Members


Ropes

CHALLENGE COURSE Through carefully designed and led activities, individuals and teams explore communication, group dynamics, confidence, decision-making, team spirit, trust, cooperation, motivation, creativity, conflict resolution, diversity and feedback. We accomplish this by creating a physically and emotionally safe environment in which individuals and teams are free to step outside of their comfort zone and take a risk. Another key element to our program is fun! We believe the team that plays together stays together, and people are much more willing to learn when fun is involved. Contact ropes@ucr.edu, (951) 827-4473 for more information.

Group Type

R’Team (Low Course)

R’Challenge (Low & High Course)

2.5 Hours

4 Hours

6 Hours

UCR Student Org./Group

$8/person

$12/person

$18/person

UCR Class/Department

$12/person

$18/person

$25/person

Community

$20/person

$34/person

$48/person

MOBILE ROCK WALL A 25-foot-tall structure that looks and feels like real rock, our mobile wall handles up to five climbers at once. We bring the wall all over Southern California and we would love to bring it to you! Please contact us at ropes@ucr.edu, (951) 827-4473 for reservations and pricing.

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Youth

YOUTH

Youth Programs offers a wide variety of camps and activities for children of all ages. Our camps and programs teach and shape interdisciplinary skills (soft skills) and important developmental skills including teamwork, leadership, adaptability, flexibility, conflict resolution, brainstorming, attention-span, resilience and confidence, to name just a few. Enroll your child in Camp Highlander, where we offer extensive selections of both outdoor and indoor activities, traditional camp games, fun academic learning and sports. You can also enroll your kid in SRC Child Care as you take part in healthy stress reducing activities and sports at the SRC. For information please contact carl.dugdale@ucr.edu.

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CHILD CARE March 30 - June 12 Monday - Thursday, 4pm-8pm* SRC North Conference Room The SRC Child Care Center offers a wide variety of educational games, activities and services designed to keep your child engaged and happy whilst you exercise and take part in our programs here at the Rec Center**. Our talented staff are trained extensively to provide a safe, welcoming and nurturing environment for your children. The Child Care Center provides the following services to our families: • Friendly and proactive child care staff who are first aid trained • A safe, educational and nurturing environment • Educational toys, games and activities • Homework supervision • Board games for kids of all ages • Arts and crafts sessions • A wide variety of suitable children’s movies such as Coco, Moana and The Good Dinosaur • The service is free to all SRC Members*** The Child Care Center allows you to accomplish your workout or attend a class confident in the knowledge that your child is in the capable supervision of the Child Care team.

*Children may stay for a maximum of 2 hours each day. **Child Care Center service may vary on holidays, please check with Rec Center. ***Parents/guardians must be in the SRC at all times when using Child Care services.

CAMP HIGHLANDER SPRING BREAK YOUTH LEADERSHIP CAMP March 23 - 26 Thursday - Thursday, 7:45am - 5:45pm Register by March 21 Camp Highlander hosts its first youth leadership camp for 12-15 year olds with extensive selections of indoor and outdoor activities. Teens focus on developing their leadership and teambuilding skills through activities like archery, climbing and belaying, swimming, karate, lifeguarding, outdoor pursuits, astronomy, physics, entomology and much more. This highly focused camp shares a common philosophy of encouraging healthy life choices and developing those important soft skills like socializing, decision making, brainstorming, conflict resolution and adaptability. SRC member $160, community $180 Register at: app.campdoc.com/register/ucriverside

EARTH DAY April 22 Wednesday, 11am - 1pm UCR bell tower Visit Youth Programs to discuss the environment and how to support the planet. Join us for hacky sack, astronomers, botanists, and health enthusiasts.

CAMP HIGHLANDER SPRING Free to the UCR community BREAK CAMP CAMP HIGHLANDER BIG March 23 - 26 BEAR Thursday - Thursday, 7:45am - 5:45pm Register by March 21

SRC Camp Highlander offers extensive selections of both outdoor and indoor activities as well as sports. We provide a broad academic focus combining fun and engaging activities with educational elements including physics, mathematics and botany. These highly captivating camps share a common philosophy of encouraging good choices and fostering a healthy lifestyle among youths. Furthermore, the program promotes diversity, inclusion and a love for the outdoors. Registration is available online. SRC member $160, community $180 Register at: app.campdoc.com/register/ ucriverside

May 22 -25 Friday - Monday, Departs at 3pm Register by May 20 Big Bear Lake Held at UCR’s beautiful lake house in the San Bernardino Mountains, this weekend camp for youths and teens, aged 9-15 years, focuses on developing their leadership and teambuilding skills through activities like hiking, outdoor pursuits, sports, Leave No Trace workshop, first aid, botany, creative writing, wilderness survival and much more. Space is limited. SRC Member $220, Community $250 Register at: app.campdoc.com/register/ ucriverside

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GIVE BACK WITH OUTDOOR EXCURSIONS

Join our Beach Cleanup + Sandboard and Snorkel trip trip! tri p!

SATURDAY, MAY 16 8 AM - 7 PM PT. MUGU Practice teamwork Save our oceans Make friends Boost mood Learn skills De-stress Be active

Find out more and sign up at RECREATION.UCR.EDU.. RECREATION.UCR.EDU

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