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Walnut Creek Day Camps:

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Special Events 3 Preschool / School Age Camps (ages 3-7)

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Walnut Creek Day Camp (ages 6-12)

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Walnut Creek Sports Camp (ages 8-13)

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Camp Community Arts (ages 5-14)

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Junior Recreation Leader (ages 13-15)

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Specialized Recreation (ages 5-21)

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Additional Camps: Dance 14 Food & Cooking 14 Personal Enrichment 15

Learning new skills and making friends in our arts and recreation programs is an integral part of the Walnut Creek experience. Campers will explore, discover, and create in our variety of camps this Summer!

Learn more about year round programs in Arts + Rec: walnut-creek.org/artsandrec

Science, Technology, Engineering & Math 16 Tennis 22 Sports 23

where BANCROFT ELEMENTARY: 2200 Parish Dr 94598

And More:

BOUNDARy OAK MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE: 3800 Valley Vista Rd 94598

Community Arts Preschools 5 Camp Grid (by week and age)

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CIVIC PARK COMMUNITY CENTER: 1375 Civic Dr 94596 CLARKE MEMORIAL SWIM CENTER: 1750 Heather Dr. 94598 FOOTHILL MIDDLE SCHOOL: 2775 Cedro Ln 94598 HEATHER FARM COMMUNITY CENTER: 301 North San Carlos Dr 94598 SHADELANDS ART CENTER: 111 North Wiget Ln 94598 TICE VALLEY COMMUNITY GYM & PARK: 2055 Tice Valley Blvd 94595 WALNUT CREEK INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL: 2425 Walnut Blvd 94597 WALNUT CREEK TENNIS CENTER: 1751 Heather Dr 94598

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Summer Camp Kids’ Night Out / Kids’ Overnighter! Register for the Kids’ Night Out or the extended Overnighter. This night is filled with a tasty dinner, games, stories and entertainment provided by our 2017 Camp Leaders. Overnighter will have bagels and juice in the morning. Requires enrollment in Walnut Creek Day Camp or Walnut Creek Sports Camp. Participants must have been enrolled in a session ending on or before the Kids’ Night Out event. LOCATION Lakeside Room, Heather Farm Community Center THEME : Adventure with the Wild Things!

Kids’ Night Out $34

Class 34946

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7:00pm-11:00pm

8/4

7:00pm-9:00am

8/4

Kids’ Overnighter $64

Class 34947

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31st Annual Paper Boat Race Each year, staff representatives from each Summer Camp (Tenderfoot, Little Walnut, Clever Creek, Walnut Creek Day Camp, Walnut Creek Sports Camp, Camp Community Arts, Specialized Recreation Camp and the pool lifeguards) compete in a cardboard boat race across the lap pool. Themed boats are made of masking tape, cardboard, and white glue. Each boat is large enough to carry a camp leader across the pool and back. Awards are given both to the race winner and to the camp with the most creative theme. Campers from afternoon camps attend the race during camp hours. Morningonly campers are encouraged to attend the event with their parents or guardians to participate in the boat parade and support their counselors in the cheering section. LOCATION Clarke Swim Center, Heather Farm Park

Fri 2:30pm-3:00pm

7/21

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Preschool/School Age Camps A GES 3 - 5

A GES 4 - 6

Camp Tenderfoot

Camp Little Walnut

Camp Tenderfoot is specially designed to be a child’s first day camp experience. Children build confidence and develop social skills while making new friends in a safe, supportive environment. Our warm, nurturing staff provide age-appropriate arts and crafts, games, water play and other exciting adventures designed to promote creativity and socialization. Each session revolves around a special theme that includes a daily craft, playtime, stories, as well as featuring special park and water days. A camp t-shirt is included with each registration. Must be 3 years old at the start of the session. Campers must be potty-trained.

Summer at Camp Little Walnut is filled with fun, excitement and enthusiasm. Our age-appropriate games and activities build confidence and inspire independence on a daily basis. Little Walnuts will enjoy exploring their creativity while making new friends. Each week includes special themed activities and adventures designed to delight kids and keep them excited and eager to come back every morning. Each day, our trained staff help campers build self-esteem and improve their social skills while having a wonderful time. A camp T-shirt is included with each registration. Must be 4 years old at the start of the session.

Some field trips to the Lindsey Wildlife Experience, Walnut Creek Train Museum and Encore Gymnastics may be booked during the summer. On these days, drop off and pick up location will be onsite at the field trip locations. Dates to be determined.

Some field trips to the Lindsey Wildlife Museum, Walnut Creek Train Museum and Encore Gymnastics may be booked during the summer. On these days, drop off and pick up location will be onsite at the field trip locations. Dates to be determined.

LOCATION Back Patio, Heather Farm Community Center

LOCATION Classroom, Clarke Swim Center in Heather Farm Park

Sessions are 2 weeks, Mon – Thur, Mon – Thur

$137: 5 CLASSES

$186: 8 CLASSES

WEEK 1: DIGGIN’ FOR DINOS

Class 34948

SESSION 1: UNDER THE SEA

Class 34956

$112: 4 CLASSES, WEEK 3 (7/3-7/7)

9:30am-12:00pm

6/19-6/29

Mon-Fri 9:00am-11:30am

6/19-6/23

WEEK 2: PIRATES

Class 34949

Mon-Fri 9:00am-11:30am

6/26-6/30

SESSION 2: BUGS & BUTTERFLIES

Class 34957

(Mon, Wed-Fri, Mon-Thu)

9:30am-12:00pm 7/3-7/13

NO CAMP 7/4

WEEK 3: OUT OF THIS WORLD (4 DAYS, $25 OFF)

Class 34950

Mon-Fri 9:00am-11:30am

7/3-7/7

NO CAMP 7/4 SESSION 3: JUNGLE SAFARI

Class 34958

9:30am-12:00pm

7/17-7/27

WEEK 4: WILD WILD WEST

Class 34951

Mon-Fri 9:00am-11:30am

7/10-7/14

SESSION 4: OUT OF THIS WORLD

Class 34959

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Preschool/School Age Camps continued WEEK 5: BUGS & BUTTERFLIES

Class 34952

Mon-Fri 9:00am-11:30am

7/17-7/21

WEEK 6: SAFARI

Class 34953

Mon-Fri 9:00am-11:30am

7/24-7/28

WEEK 7: UNDER THE SEA

Class 34954

Mon-Fri 9:00am-11:30am

7/31-8/4

WEEK 8: SPORTS

Class 34955

Mon-Fri 9:00am-11:30am

8/7-8/11

A GES 5 - 7

Afternoon Camp Clever Creek Camp Clever Creek uses Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math in new and exciting ways so that your child can continue to learn and grow, while still engaged in a social camp atmosphere! These Clever Creekers will enjoy exploring their creativity while making new friends. Each week includes special themed activities and adventures designed to delight kids and keep them excited to come back every afternoon. Each day our programming is planned in collaboration with local elementary school teachers, many of whom are counselors at our camps here in Walnut Creek! A camp t-shirt is included with each registration. LOCATION Classroom, Clarke Swim Center in Heather Farm Park $137: 5 CLASSES

A GE s 2 4 m o s - 6 0 m o s

SESSION 1: CSI: CAMP SCENE INVESTIGATION

Class 34940

Mon-Fri 1:30pm-4:00pm

6/19-6/23

SESSION 2: JURASSIC CAMP

Class 34941

Mon-Fri 1:30pm-4:00pm

6/26-6/30

SESSION 3: BUSTIN MYTHS

Class 34942

Mon-Fri 1:30pm-4:00pm

7/10-7/14

SESSION 4: DEEP BLUE SEA

Class 34943

Mon-Fri 1:30pm-4:00pm

7/17-7/21

SESSION 5: BLAST OFF! INTO SPACE

Class 34944

Mon-Fri 1:30pm-4:00pm

7/24-7/28

SESSION 6: ABRACADABRA!

Class 34945

Mon-Fri 1:30pm-4:00pm

7/31-8/4

Community Arts Preschools Community Arts Preschool offers morning and afternoon classes for students 24 months - 60 months at three preschool locations across Walnut Creek. Each preschool has its own unique approach and provides a safe, nurturing environment that promotes the social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development in every child. Registration for the 2017-2018 school year begins Tuesday, February 21 at 9:00 am, in person only at Shadelands Art Center. Visit walnut-creek.org/preschool for more information.

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Walnut Creek Day Camp A GES 6 - 1 2

Walnut Creek Day Camp Summer is the most memorable time of year for children. Kids will enjoy swimming, fresh air and sunshine in a safe and supportive environment. Crafts, games, and other themed adventures promote individuality and creativity on a daily basis. Watch your child build relationships with other local children and find great role models in our trained staff. Campers spend mornings at their selected program, and afternoons at Heather Farm Park. A camp T-shirt is included with each registration. Must be 6 years old at the start of the session. Each week features a themed special event on Tuesdays. Children enjoy all-day excursions on Thursdays (dates and locations are subject to change). Half Day Care children will get to enjoy the Field Trips on Thursdays. Pickup will be at the Regular Care time. Regular and Extended Care children enjoy swimming at Heather Farm pool on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

strokes or an experienced swimmer looking for stroke refinement and endurance training? Let our experienced Walnut Creek Aquatics Swim Instructors take your child’s swimming experience to the next level. Camp counselors will accompany swim lesson participants to Clarke Swim Center 3 days a week after lunch. Campers will enjoy a 30 minute group swim lesson before the afternoon of recreational swimming. (Monday, Wednesday and Friday.)

Fees*

Before 4/2 After 4/2

Regular Care 9:00am-4:30pm $307/session

$337/session

Extended Care

7:00am-6:00pm $336/session $370/session Half Day Care 9:00am-1:00pm $167/session $167/session Swim Lesson Add-On 12:25pm-12:55pm

$30/session (3 lessons)

LOCATION Multi-Use Room, Bancroft Elementary School

2200 Parish Drive, Walnut Creek, CA 94598 DROP OFF/PICK UP Campers are dropped off at Bancroft

Elementary School in the morning. They are transported to Heather Farm Park each afternoon. Pick-up is always at Heather Farm Park. SWIM LESSONS Not enough hours in the day to do all the activities

you want to do with your camper this summer? Add swim lessons to your day camper’s experience. Do you have a novice swimmer looking to gain knowledge in water safety and proper swimming

All registrants will receive an information letter in the mail. Please fill out the emergency forms and return them prior to the first day of camp. Emergency forms can also be downloaded at: www.WalnutCreekRec.org Some Field Trips may not allow outside food into their facilities. On these days, you are expected to provide your child with money for lunch. Amount varies depending on the facility, and will be detailed in Weekly Flyers.

PAYMENT PLANS:

Payment plans available for campers registered in three or more full-day camp sessions. Half-day sessions or swim lessons not eligible for family discount or payment plans. Call (925) 943-5858 for more information. Family Discount:

$10 for each additional child enrolled in the same full day camp sessions.

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Walnut Creek Day Camp continued Week 1 – Through the Decades Week

Trip: Special Event: Class 34978 Class 34979 Class 34994 Class 35053

Week 2 – Wacky Week

Trip: Special Event: Class 34980 Class 34981 Class 34995 Class 35054

6/19-6/23

Boomers & a Movie Camp Carnival Extended Care Regular Care Half day Swim Lessons Add-on

Trip: Special Event: Class 34990 Class 34991 Class 35000 Class 35059 6/26-6/30

Great America Wild‘n Messy Sloppy Extended Care Regular Care Half day Swim Lessons Add-on

Week 3 – Rock and Roll Week

7/3 -7/7

Bowling & Games2U Extended Care Regular Care Half day Swim Lessons Add-on (pro-rated for short week)

Week 4 – Spy Week

Trip: Special Event: Class 34984 Class 34985 Class 34997 Class 35056

7/10-7/14

California Academy of Sciences The Mystery of Heather Farm Park Extended Care Regular Care Half day Swim Lessons Add-on

Week 5 – Space Cowboys Week

7/31-8/4

Oakland Zoo & Tilden Park Camp vs. Wild Scavenger Hunt Extended Care Regular Care Half day Swim Lessons Add-on

Week 8 – Fantasy Week

Trip: Special Event: Class 34992 Class 34993 Class 35001 Class 35060

NO CLASS 7/4 **$25.00 off for 4-day week

Trip: Class 34982 Class 34983 Class 34996 Class 35055

Week 7 – Safari & Ancient Times Week

8/7-8/11

Discovery Kingdom Camp Talent Show Extended Care Regular Care Half day Swim Lessons Add-on

A GES 6 - 1 3 Week 9 - Bowling Camp

8/14-8/18

With Walnut Creek Sports Camp Trip: Rockin’ Jump & a Movie Special Event: Sports Day & Games2U Class 35034 Extended Care Class 35035 Regular Care Class 35052 Half day Class 35061 Swim Lessons Add-on

7/17-7/21

Trip: Waterworld Special Event: Intergalactic Olympics Class 34986 Extended Care Class 34987 Regular Care Class 34998 Half day Class 35057 Swim Lessons Add-on Week 6 – Super Heroes Week

Trip: Special Event: Class 34988 Class 34989 Class 34999 Class 35058

7/24-7/28

Discovery Kingdom Super Power Boot Camp Extended Care Regular Care Half day Swim Lessons Add-on

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Walnut Creek Sports Camp A GES 8 - 1 3

Walnut Creek Sports Camp

Fees*

Before 4/2 After 4/2

Regular Care

9:00am-4:30pm

$307/session

Our recreational athletic camp program consists of 8 sessions with your choice of two different sports for each of the sessions and a 9th session offering bowling. Our camp is specifically designed to teach and develop training skills, basic individual skills, sportsmanship, team strategies and concepts as well as building confidence and selfdiscipline. Focus is also on having fun and enjoyment of the sport. A camp T-shirt is included with each registration. Must be 8 years old at the start of the session. Each week features a themed special event on Tuesdays. Children enjoy all-day excursions on Thursdays (dates and locations are subject to change). Half Day Care children will get to enjoy the Field Trips on Thursdays. Pickup will be at the Regular Care time. Regular and Extended Care children enjoy swimming at Heather Farm pool on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Extended Care

$336/session

Some Field Trips may not allow outside food into their facilities. On these days, you are expected to provide your child with money for lunch. Amount varies depending on the facility, and will be detailed in Weekly Flyers.

Gymnasium in the morning. They are transported to Heather Farm Park each afternoon. Pick up is always at Heather Farm Park.

PAYMENT PLANS:

Payment plans available for campers registered in three or more full-day camp sessions. Half-day sessions not eligible for family discount or payment plans. Call (925) 943-5858 for more information. Family Discount:

$10 for each additional child enrolled in the same full day camp sessions.

(925)943-5858

$167/session

All registrants will receive an information letter in the mail. Please fill out the emergency forms and return them prior to the first day of camp. Emergency forms can also be downloaded at: www.WalnutCreekRec.org

DROP OFF/PICK UP Campers are dropped off at Foothill Community

Summer 2017

$370/session

Half Day Care 9:00am-1:00pm

$167/session

LOCATION Foothill Community Gymnasium 2775 Cedro Lane, Walnut Creek, CA 94598

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$337/session

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Walnut Creek Sports Camp continued Week 1

6/19-6/23

Week 4

Trip: Special Event: Class 35002 Class 35003 Class 35037 Class 35004 Class 35005 Class 35036

Boomers & a Movie Camp Carnival Tennis Extended Tennis Regular Tennis Half Day Golf Extended Golf Regular Golf Half Day

Trip: California Academy of Sciences Special Event: The Mystery of Heather Farm Park Class 35014 Soccer Extended Class 35015 Soccer Regular Class 35042 Soccer Half Day Class 35016 Multisport Extended Class 35017 Multisport Regular Class 35043 Multisport Half Day

7/10-7/14

Week 2

6/26-6/30

Trip: Oakland Zoo & Tilden Park Special Event: Camp vs. Wild Scavenger Hunt Class 35026 Soccer Extended Class 35027 Soccer Regular Class 35048 Soccer Half Day Class 35028 Basketball Extended Class 35029 Basketball Regular Class 35049 Basketball Half Day

Trip: Special Event: Class 35006 Class 35007 Class 35038 Class 35008 Class 35009 Class 35039

Great America Wild‘n Messy Sloppy Basketball Extended Basketball Regular Basketball Half Day Multisport Extended Multisport Regular Multisport Half Day

Week 5

Week 8

Week 3

7/3-7/7

7/17-7/21

Week 7

7/31-8/4

8/7-8/11

Wed. Trip: A’s game vs. Rays Special Event: Intergalactic Olympics Class 35018 Baseball Extended Class 35019 Baseball Regular Class 35044 Baseball Half Day Class 35020 Tennis Extended Class 35021 Tennis Regular Class 35045 Tennis Half Day

Trip: Discovery Kingdom Special Event: Camp Talent Show Class 35030 Golf Extended Class 35031 Golf Regular Class 35050 Golf Half Day Class 35032 Multisport Extended Class 35033 Multisport Regular Class 35051 Multisport Half Day

NO CAMP 7/4 **$25.00 off for 4-day week

Week 6

Week 9

8/14-8/18

Trip: Class 35010 Class 35011 Class 35040 Class 35012 Class 35013 Class 35041

Trip: Discovery Kingdom Special Event: Super Power Boot Camp Class 35022 Volleyball Extended Class 35023 Volleyball Regular Class 35046 Volleyball Half Day Class 35024 Multisport Extended Class 35025 Multisport Regular Class 35047 Multisport Half Day

Trip: Special Event: Class 35034 Class 35035 Class 35052

Rockin’ Jump & a Movie Sports Day & Games2U Bowling Extended Bowling Regular Bowling Half Day

Bowling & Games 2U Flag Football Extended Flag Football Regular Flag Football Half Day Volleyball Extended Volleyball Regular Volleyball Half Day

7/24-7/28

Sports Camp Descriptions BASEBALL - Come out and play with the boys and girls of summer!

Flash some leather and go yard with our fun combination of baseball instruction and games. BASKETBALL - Droppin’ dimes and makin’ it rain—that’s the fun you

will have with our instructors while they teach you the fundamentals of basketball and let you show off your skills in games. VOLLEYBALL - Spike and digs get you jumping and diving in this fun and energetic sport. Through fun skill-building and games, you will learn and develop your abilities on both sides of the net. TENNIS - Fun skills development and games will make your backhand

and forehand in tennis a smash! Professional instructors at Heather Farm Tennis Center will provide the basic instruction for beginners and more challenging skills development for experienced tennis players.

GOLF - Skill, focus, balance and etiquette are integral to the game of

golf. From the beginner to the kid who drives the ball in the center of the fairway, our Boundary Oak Golf Course professional instructors will develop a passion for the game of golf through fun skill building and games. Play is limited to the driving/practice range and greens. FLAG FOOTBALL - Take it to the house! In this fun and recreational, non-contact version of football the skill development and games will allow kids the opportunity to explore football. SOCCER - The beautiful game has never looked better than through the fun and challenging skill development and games that will assist the experienced player to improve, as well as teach the basics and fundamentals to the kid who is not familiar with the game of soccer. MULTISPORT - This collection of traditional and non-traditional sports allows kids to experience a variety of activities within one week. From kickball, frisbee golf, whiffle ball, bowling, pickle ball, badminton and other traditional sports, the fun is never ending during this actionpacked week of multi-sport.

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Camp Community Arts A GES 5 - 1 4

SUMMER CAMP DATES AND LOCATIONS

Camp Community Arts

Camp 1  June 19 - June 30

TBD

Camp 2  July 3 - July 14*

TBD

Infuse your child’s summer with the arts! Camp Community Arts (formerly Arts, Adventures and Academics) offers creative arts experiences and outdoor adventures for students ages 5-14.

Camp 3  July 17 - July 28

TBD

Camp 4  July 31 - August 11

Shadelands Art Center

Campers take classes in a range of mediums including visual arts (painting, drawing, clay, printmaking), fiber arts, glass, digital media, and performing arts (theater, dance, music and voice) as well as go on field trips, and have fun outdoors. Every day is fast-paced and full of activities. Your child will choose a track to focus on (e.g. dance, theater, visual arts), while also trying a variety of other art forms. You might start your morning in a stop motion animation class, spend the afternoon swimming, or end the day with African drumming and dancing. All of your Camp Community Arts teachers will be working artists who will give you lots of one-on-one attention. We promise you’ll never get bored! Camp Community Arts offers four, two-week camps that include half-day and full-day options. Morning Care and Afternoon Care is available for all four camps. Full day campers will have a deeper experience in their selected arts option plus “open studio” time to create and explore. Full day campers will also participate in recreation activities including swimming at Clarke Memorial Swim Center (once a week), attending an arts field trip (once per camp) and joining an afternoon with Walnut Creek Day Camps (once per camp). All camps will end with a celebration of work on the final Friday of camp - parents will be invited to attend to see what Summer Camp Community Arts is all about!

Camp 1-3 location will be available on-line at communityarts.org. Shadelands Art Center is located at 111 N. Wiget Lane in Walnut Creek, CA. Fees*

Before 4/1 After 4/1

Morning Care

$75

7:30am-9:00am

Half Day care 9:00am-12:30pm $300

$330

Full Day care 9:00am-4:00pm $600

$660

After Care

$100

4:00pm-6:00pm

Scholarships : Camp Community Arts is for everyone! Incomebased financial aid is available for community members of all ages in partnership with Friends of Civic Arts Education Foundation. Please call (925) 943-5846 or visit www.communityarts.org for more information. Payment Plans : For balances over $1000 we offer an option for

25% down and the balance due 7 days before the camp begins. Please call 925-943-5846 to take advantage of this plan. Please make sure to fill out your Waiver & Release and Rules of Conduct forms (a link to the forms will be in the confirmation text of the email receipt). These forms can also be found on our website www.communityarts.org under Camp Community Arts.

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$100

*Camp 2 is only 9 days. Discounted Pricing: Morning Care $68; Half Day $270/$297 after 4/1; Full Day $540/$594 after 4/1; After Care $90

for more camp community arts information,

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MORNING CARE & AFTER CARE FOR ALL CAMPS

Morning Care After Care

Camp 1: 6/19-6/30 Camp 2: 7/3-7/14 (no camp 7/4) Camp 3: 7/17-7/28 Camp 4: 7/31-8/11

34696 34697 34698 34699

34700 34701 34702 34703

A GES 5 – 7 ( K in d e r g art e n – 2 n d Gra d e ) Camp 1: 6/19 – 6/30 Half-day

Full-day

Dance Theater Visual Arts

34704 34705 34706

34707 34708 34709

Camp 2: 7/3 – 7/14 (no camp 7/4) Half-day

Full-day

Dance Theater Visual Arts

34710 34711 34712

34713 34714 34715

Camp 3: 7/17 – 7/28 Half-day

Full-day

Dance Theater Visual Arts

34716 34717 34718

34719 34720 34721

Camp 4: 7/31 – 8/11

At Camp 4, campers will participate in an assortment of arts classes throughout their camp experience.  Half-day

Full-day

All Campers

34722

34723

A GES 8 - 1 0 ( 3 r d – 5 th Gra d e )

A GES 1 1 - 1 4 ( 6 th – 8 th Gra d e )

Camp 1: 6/19 – 6/30 Half-day

Full-day

Camp 1: 6/19 – 6/30 Half-day

Full-day

Dance Theater Visual Arts

34724 34725 34726

Dance Theater Visual Arts

34744 34745 34746

34727 34728 34729

Camp 2: 7/3 – 7/14 (no camp 7/4) Half-day

Full-day

Dance Theater Visual Arts

34730 34731 34732

34733 34734 34735

Camp 3: 7/17 – 7/28 Half-day

Full-day

Dance Theater Visual Arts

34736 34737 34738

34739 34740 34741

Camp 4: 7/31 – 8/11

34747 34748 34749

Camp 2: 7/3 – 7/14 (no camp 7/4) Half-day

Full-day

Dance Theater Visual Arts

34750 34751 34752

34753 34754 34755

Camp 3: 7/17 – 7/28 Half-day

Full-day

Dance Theater Visual Arts

34756 34757 34758

34759 34760 34761

Camp 4: 7/31 – 8/11

At Camp 4, campers will participate in an assortment of arts classes throughout their camp experience.  Half-day

Full-day

All Campers

34742

34743

At Camp 4, campers will participate in an assortment of arts classes throughout their camp experience.  Half-day

Full-day

All Campers

34762

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34763

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Junior Recreation Leader INTERVIEW DATES: Tuesday April 4th, 2017 (MDUSD, WCSD Spring Break)

4:00 pm 5:00 pm 6:00 pm

Class 34969 Class 34970 Class 34971

Wednesday April 5th, 2017

4:00 pm 5:00 pm 6:00 pm

Class 34972 Class 34973 Class 34974

Wednesday April 12th, 2017

4:00 pm 5:00 pm 6:00 pm

Class 34975 Class 34976 Class 34977

A questionnaire must be filled out prior to your interview. This will include info on Site Preference, Session Preference, etc. This will be available at the Heather Farm Community Center upon registering for an interview; will also be emailed 1 week before your interview. Please call 925-943-5841 for any questions. Selections/Assignments will be made by Friday April 14.

$227

NO CAMP 7/4 CAMP TENDERFOOT AT HEATHER FARM

Session 1 Session 2

A GES 1 3 - 1 5

Junior Recreation Leader YOU ARE REQUIRED TO INTERVIEW FOR JUNIOR RECREATION LEADER POSITIONS.

Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:30pm Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:30pm

CAMP LITTLE WALNUT AT HEATHER FARM

Session 1 Session 2

Mon-Fri 8:30am-12:00pm Mon-Fri 8:30am-12:00pm

Session 2 only Mon-Fri 1:30pm-4:00pm

Enrollment limited to one session.

Session 1 Session 2

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7/17-8/4

DAY CAMP AT BANCROFT ELEMENTARY

Session 1 Session 2

Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm

6/26-7/14 7/18-8/5

A GE 1 5 O N LY SPORTS CAMP AT FOOTHILL MIDDLE SCHOOL

Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm

All candidates for Junior Recreation Leader must register for a group interview time before being selected for a camp assignment.

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CAMP CLEVER CREEK AT HEATHER FARM

Teens ages 13-15 are invited to sign up for the Junior Recreation Leader Program and learn the fundamentals of being a Recreation Leader! Teens will spend 12-35 hours per week assisting staff members in various City Day Camps. Program includes training, t-shirt, instruction from experienced staff and a completion certificate. The first day of each session consists of training from 9:00am-2:00pm at the Heather Farm Community Center. All registrants will receive an informational letter in the mail.

Walk in registration only beginning March 1 at Heather Farm Community Center, 301 N San Carlos Rd.

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Specialized Recreation Specialized Recreation Summer Camp Week 4

Ag es 5 -2 1

Specialized Recreation Summer Camp This summer camp is carefully designed for children, teens and young adults who have special needs. Our professionally trained staff creates a loving and nurturing environment. Emphasis is placed on social interaction, recreational and educational activities and community involvement. Campers experience a fun-filled day camp with crafts, games, nature study, music, sports, drama and swimming. Activities for teens and young adults help to develop independent living skills such as shopping, cooking, social skills and environmental education. SERVICES OF A PERSONAL NATURE : The Camp does not provide

assistance in eating and toileting. Due to the format of the camp we are unable to provide 1-to-1 care. If camper is bringing an aide, please call 925-943-5852. All aides must be registered and fingerprinted. An emergency form is required for all participants and must be on file prior to the start of event. LOCATION Assembly Hall, Civic Park Community Center Specialized Recreation Summer Camp Week 1 $260 AFTER 4/1

Class 35458

6/26-6/29

Specialized Recreation Summer Camp Week 2 $177 BEFORE 4/1

Class 35459

Mon, Wed-Thu

$196 AFTER 4/1

9:00am-3:00pm

$260 AFTER 4/1

Class 35469

7/17-7/20

Mon-Thu 9:00am-3:00pm

Specialized Recreation Summer Camp Week 5 $234 BEFORE 4/1

$260 AFTER 4/1

Class 35470

7/24-7/27

Mon-Thu 9:00am-3:00pm

Specialized Recreation Summer Camp Week 6 $234 BEFORE 4/1

$260 AFTER 4/1

Class 35471

7/31-8/3

Mon-Thu 9:00am-3:00pm

Specialized Recreation Summer Camp Week 7 $234 BEFORE 4/1

$260 AFTER 4/1

Class 35472

8/7-8/10

Mon-Thu 9:00am-3:00pm

Special Trips Oakland Zoo $70

Class 35467

Fri

9:00am-3:00pm

7/7

9:00am-10:00am

7/21

9:00am-10:00am

8/11

Cardboard Boat Races

$234 BEFORE 4/1

Mon-Thu 9:00am-3:00pm

$234 BEFORE 4/1

7/3-7/6

$60

Class 35464

Fri

Kayaking at Sausalito $90

Class 35465

Fri

Specialized Recreation Summer Camp Week 3 $234 BEFORE 4/1

$260 AFTER 4/1

Class 35460

7/10-7/13

Mon-Thu 9:00am-3:00pm

www.WalnutCreekRec.org

(925)943-5858

Summer 2017

13


Dance A GES 9 - 1 9

Summer Dance Intensive This 3-week dance intensive features world-class teachers from Diablo Ballet and is directed by Professional Intermediate/Advanced Training Program Director Rebecca Crowell Berke. Designed for students with at least one year ballet experience. Classes include ballet technique, pointe (if applicable), repertoire, character dance, modern, jazz and floor barre and will culminate in a performance on 7/28 at 7:30pm at the Shadelands Art Center. For audition info please email: Rebecca@diabloballet.org. Space is limited. INSTRUCTORS : Professional Training Program Staff LOCATION Dance Studio, Shadelands Art Center $686 Before 5/5

$727 After 5/5

Intermediate

Class 34790

Mon-Fri 10:00am-3:00pm

7/10-7/28

Mon-Fri 10:00am-3:00pm

7/10-7/28

Advanced

Class 34791

Food & Cooking A GES 4 - 1 0

A GES 6 - 9

NEW Kids Cooking-Greek Dinner Cooking Camp Learn hands on in 5 days how to make Greek Dinner. Menu: Greek salad, Braided rolls, K- bobs, rice pilaf, Moussaka, Greek string beans and spinach pie, Triopetes (cheese puffs), Keftethes (meat balls) and for dessert Crema Me Phyllo (Custard rolls). Learn how to make a shopping list, weigh and measure ingredients, and use all the kitchen tools safely. We will eat our delicious creations! Have fun and make new friends, all while you learn to make what Greek children eat.

LOCATION Lakeside Room, Heather Farm Community Center

LOCATION Lakeside Room, Heather Farm Community Center $199: 5 classes $15 supply fee due at first class

$268: 5 classes $17 supply fee due at first class

Class 34814

Mon-Fri 1:30pm-3:00pm

7/10-7/14 ages 4-5

Class 34815

Mon-Fri 4:00pm-5:30pm

7/10-7/14 ages 6-10

Summer 2017

Put on your apron and roll up your sleeves to find out What’s Cooking! Students learn how to create delicious finger foods and easy-as-pie dishes that they will enjoy making and EATING! Learn how to properly measure; using gallons, cups, half-cups, teaspoons and tablespoons, along with other measuring tools. Basic instruction on reading a recipe will also be covered. Each participant will be loaned an apron, given a chef’s hat, photos and recipes from the week to create a memory book. INSTRUCTOR : Josephine Evonc

INSTRUCTOR: Chef Lynda Rexroat and staff

14

What’s Cooking, Kids?

(925)943-5858

Class 35413

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

6/26-6/30

Class 35414

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

6/26-6/30

www.WalnutCreekRec.org


Personal Enrichment A GES 4 - 7

NEW French Art and Culture: Learn French With Matisse ‘French Art and Culture’ is an art camp that introduces campers to the French language and culture in a fun artistic manner. While creating their own Matisse inspired collages, portraits, landscapes and still lifes, the campers will learn the names of shapes, colors, numbers and some basic French conversation skills. We will dance, sing and listen to classic French stories and songs. Our daily adventure ends with a Pique-Nique savoring a French snack. INSTRUCTOR : Ushine, Ghenwa Serhan LOCATION Club Room, Heather Farm Community Center $183: 4 classes

Class 35111

$10 supply fee due at first class

Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm

6/19-6/22 A GES 5 - 1 2

A GES 5 - 7

NEW Create-a-Book Camp The art of bookmaking and illustrating books will be the focus of this week. While creating books of different types, students will infuse their stories with descriptive language, creating vibrant pictures in the reader’s mind. INSTRUCTOR : Lekha Writing Center LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium $260: 5 classes

Class 35398

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

8/14-8/18

Kids’ Carpentry Camp Lifetime carpentry skills such as problem-solving, measuring and applied mathematics are taught in a fun, supportive atmosphere. The safe use of woodworking hand tools is emphasized while boys and girls, Kindergarten -entering 7th grade, work together on boats, bird feeders, doll furniture, games, clocks and more. Tools and wood are provided. Participants must be at least entering kindergarten in the fall.  Our motto is: Building confidence and teaching with respect and humor in a safe and happy environment.  INSTRUCTOR : Director Michael Glass and his wife Jeab LOCATION Club Room, Heather Farm Community Center $118: 4 classes

A GES 5 - 1 0

NEW C’est Quoi L’Art? What is Art French Camp ‘C’est Quoi l’art?’ camp inspires kids to learn about various forms of art and helps them develop creative expression in a fun and educational environment. Areas covered include the color theory and mixing, composition, and different styles of art. Each day offers a unique set of activities such as fine art projects inspired by Famous French artists like Cezanne, Monet, Degas and Matisse as well as basic French conversation skills. INSTRUCTOR : Ushine, Ghenwa Serhan LOCATION Club Room, Heather Farm Community Center $163: 4 classes

Class 35112

$10 supply fee due at first class

Mon-Thu 2:00pm-4:00pm

6/19-6/22

$40 supply fee due at first class

Class 34622

Mon-Thu 9:30am-11:00am

6/12-6/15

Class 34623

Mon-Thu 11:00am-12:30pm

6/12-6/15

Class 34624

Mon-Thu 12:30pm-2:00pm

6/12-6/15

Class 34625

Mon-Fri 9:30am-11:00am

7/3-7/7

Mon-Fri 11:00am-12:30pm

7/3-7/7

Mon-Fri 12:30pm-2:00pm

7/3-7/7

Class 34628

Mon-Thu 9:30am-11:00am

7/24-7/27

Class 34629

Mon-Thu 11:00am-12:30pm

7/24-7/27

Class 34630

Mon-Thu 12:30pm-2:00pm

7/24-7/27

Class 34631

Mon-Thu 9:30am-11:00am

8/14-8/17

Class 34632

Mon-Thu 11:00am-12:30pm

8/14-8/17

Class 34633

Mon-Thu 12:30pm-2:00pm

8/14-8/17

No class 7/4

Class 34626 No class 7/4

Class 34627 No class 7/4

www.WalnutCreekRec.org

(925)943-5858

Summer 2017

15


Personal Enrichment continued A GES 9 - 1 2

A GES 6 - 1 2

Chess Camp

Narrative Essay Writing Camp

This camp is a great opportunity to learn how to play chess, or to continue chess education. Camp includes chess instruction, tournament games, and outdoor activities. All equipment is provided. Lessons are presented in an easy-to-follow way and are offered to all levels: beginners, intermediate, and advanced. All participants will receive trophies at the end of camp.

Students will learn to write the narrative essay, which focuses on developing a student’s ability to write in the first person and to follow a linear narrative structure. Students will write three- to fiveparagraph essays, which is the structure favored by school teachers. They also will learn how to plan and outline their essays properly before writing, as well as how to revise their essays.

INSTRUCTOR : Pacific Chess Academy

INSTRUCTOR : Lekha Writing Center

LOCATION Lakeside Room, Heather Farm Community Center

LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium

$198: 5 classes

$260: 5 classes

Class 34654

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

6/19-6/23

LOCATION Club Room, Heather Farm Community Center $198: 5 classes

Class 34655

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

7/10-7/14

Class 35399

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

8/14-8/18

A GES 9 - 1 2

Story Writing Camp The elements of story writing will be the focus during this session. Students will be introduced to a variety of fiction and nonfiction genres. They will progress into genre writing and learn how each genre has its own set of particular rules that drive character creation, setting, and plot. INSTRUCTOR : Lekha Writing Center LOCATION Lakeside Room, Heather Farm Community Center $260: 5 classes

Class 35397

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

6/19-6/23

Science, Technology, Engineering & Math A GES 5 - 6

A GES 5 - 6

NEW Intro to STEM using LEGO®, Summer 1

NEW Intro to STEM with LEGO®, Summer 2

Tap into your imagination with tens of thousands of LEGO®! Build engineer-designed projects such as Boats, Snowmobiles, Catapults, and Merry-Go-Rounds. Then use special pieces to create your own unique design! New and returning students can explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO® building system with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. There is no prerequisite for this course.

Ratchet up your imagination with tens of thousands of LEGO®! Build engineer-designed projects such as Motorcycles, Castles, Airplanes, and Monorails. Then use special pieces to create your own unique design! New and returning students can explore the endless creative possibilities of the LEGO® building system with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. There is no prerequisite for this course.

INSTRUCTOR : Play-Well TEKnologies

INSTRUCTOR : Play-Well TEKnologies

LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium

LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium

$134: 3 classes

$222: 5 classes

Class 35405

16

Wed-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

Summer 2017

(925)943-5858

7/5-7/7

Class 35407

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

www.WalnutCreekRec.org

7/17-7/21


Science, Technology, Engineering & Math continued A GES 5 - 6

Jedi Engineering using LEGO® The Force Awakens in this introductory engineering course for young Jedi! Explore engineering principles by designing and building projects such as LEGO® X-Wings, R2 Units, Energy Catapults, Defense Turrets, and Settlements from a galaxy far, far away. Create motorized and architectural projects with imagination and engineering to defeat the Empire. INSTRUCTOR : Play-Well TEKnologies LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium $222: 5 classes

Class 35401

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

6/26-6/30

A GES 5 - 1 1

Little Medical School Little Medical School, designed and developed by board certified physicians, engages students with medical based hands-on demonstrations, crafts, songs and games. The interactive activities and games will grasp every student’s curiosity as they explore the human body. Come join us as we explore the world of science and medicine. INSTRUCTOR : Little Med School LOCATION Club Room, Heather Farm Community Center $253: 5 classes

Class 35128

$25 supply fee due at first class

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

7/10-7/14

A GES 6 - 9

My First Video Game Younger Game Developers work with an in class partner to conceive, design and build their own original 2D ‘bouncy ball’ computer game. Very basic design and coding techniques will be introduced and students will complete fun activities like creating characters and making them bounce around the game screen! *Two kids per laptop.   INSTRUCTOR :  Freshi Films, LLC LOCATION   Club Room, Heather Farm Community Center $182:  5 classes

A GES 6 - 8

Class 35477

Robotics using LEGO® WeDo Build and program robots in this introductory Robotics class using the LEGO® WeDo system. Learn basic programming skills, simple engineering concepts, and the names of robot components. Work in small groups to complete several projects using tilt and motion sensors. This is a great way to prepare young Robotics enthusiasts for our more advanced Robotics programs. INSTRUCTOR : Play-Well TEKnologies LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium $258: 5 classes

Class 35403

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

7/31-8/4

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

7/17-7/21

A GES 6 - 1 2

NEW Budding BiologistsSummer Extravaganza This camp showcases a wide spectrum of animals (beetles, annelids, crustaceans, fish, and mollusks) and is designed for children who are fascinated with animal biology. We’ll examine, name parts, and study the life cycle and habitat of different animals including mealworms, crickets, earthworms, lady bugs, and hermit crabs. In addition, we explore marine biology with blue crabs, squid, fish, and mussels. The camp culminates with several dissections! Take home meal worms, crickets, and ladybugs. INSTRUCTOR : Science Beginnings LOCATION Club Room, Heather Farm Community Center $147: 5 classes $10 supply fee due at first class

Class 35395

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-3:00pm

www.WalnutCreekRec.org

(925)943-5858

8/7-8/11

Summer 2017

17


Science, Technology, Engineering & Math continued A GES 6 - 1 2

NEW Science Beginnings-Physics Fun, Chemistry Fizz This camp explores important scientific concepts through fun and stimulating experiments. Students take home projects and detailed worksheets. Learn Boyle’s law of air pressure with a potato gun launcher. Make elephant toothpaste and learn about catalysts. Dive into buoyancy and density. Find out the ‘magic’ in levitation. Explore the fizz in dry ice, get familiar with Newton’s laws and conduct many more experiments. INSTRUCTOR : Science Beginnings LOCATION Club Room, Heather Farm Community Center $218: 5 classes $10 supply fee due at first class

A GES 6 - 1 2

NEW Fun with Programming Have fun learning how to write computer programs! Explore designing simple games and writing code to have Minecraft do fun and useful things! Students will learn the fundamentals of computer programming using the versatile language, Python, and will be able to immediately see the results of their code. Students will gain an appreciation for programming and see how easy it is to learn. They will learn how to break down and analyze problems as they debug their code. All equipment provided. INSTRUCTOR : Fun with Academics

Mon-Fri 9:30am-12:30pm

6/26-6/30

Class 35394

Mon-Fri 9:30am-12:30pm

8/7-8/11

A GES 7- 1 0

Jedi Master Engineering using LEGO® The Force Awakens in this advanced engineering course for young Jedi! Discover key engineering concepts such as gear trains, worm drives, pneumatics, and eccentric motion. Build LEGO X-Wings, AT-ATwalkers, Pod Racers, Cloud Cities, Settlements, Fortresses, and other complex machines and structures from a galaxy far, far away. INSTRUCTOR : Play-Well TEKnologies

LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium

LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium

$298: 5 classes

Class 35409

Class 34835

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

8/7-8/11

$222: 5 classes

Class 35402

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

6/26-6/30

A GES 6 - 1 2

NEW Fun with Science and Engineering Have fun building hands-on projects and performing science experiments! Students will engage in projects such as a Buzzy RoboBug, Hovercraft, or Hydraulic Arm. They will run lab experiments such as The Frozen Lab, The Puffy Paint Lab or The Silly Senses Lab. Students have a fun experience, while increasing their exposure to STEM. Students will gain a better understanding for how the way things around them work and behave, and will learn how to break down and analyze problems.

A GES 7- 1 0

NEW STEM Challenge with LEGO®, Summer 1 Power on your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO®! Apply real world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as Catapults, Pneumatic Cranes, Arch Bridges, and Battletracks! Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. An experienced instructor will challenge new and returning students to engineer at the next level.

INSTRUCTOR : Fun with Academics

INSTRUCTOR : Play-Well TEKnologies

LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium

LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium $134: 3 classes

$298: 5 classes

Class 35410

18

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

Summer 2017

(925)943-5858

8/7-8/11

Class 35406

Wed-Fri 1:00pm-3:59pm

www.WalnutCreekRec.org

7/5-7/7


Science, Technology, Engineering & Math continued A GES 7- 1 0

A GES 8 - 1 3

NEW STEM Challenge with LEGO®, Summer 2 Level up your engineering skills with Play-Well TEKnologies and tens of thousands of LEGO®! Apply real world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as Belt-Drive Cars, Truss Bridges, Rail Racers, and Pneumatic Forklifts! Design and build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment. There is no prerequisite for this course.

NEW Coding 4 Kids Learn new skills and graduate to the next level of coding. This camp creates a strong foundation, making coding easy for kids. We hope to create young curious data scientists by the end of each course! Basic or advanced skills will be taught depending on the level of each student. Kids will be paired up to work in teams. Two kids per laptop. INSTRUCTOR : Silicon Valley 4 U LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium

INSTRUCTOR : Play-Well TEKnologies

$203: 5 classes

LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium

Class 35412

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

7/10-7/14

$222: 5 classes

Class 35408

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

7/17-7/21

A GES 7- 1 2

NEW Science Beginnings-Career Explorations in STEM Every day of the camp explores different concepts of physics in imaginative inquiry. Build structures and bridges with K’nex as campers understand structural design. Make simple machines such as wheels, axles, pulleys, and inclined planes. Fun team building activities in math and geometry with 2D and 3D shapes. In addition, explore the career of astronauts, geologists, architects, and paleontologists. Make a rover with K’nex, examine rocks, geodes, build fossils, explore polyhedrons, architecture, and geometry!

A GES 9 - 1 4

NEW Robotics using LEGO® EV3 Build and program robots using the new LEGO® Mindstorms EV3 system! Learn about mechanical and software design, loops, conditional statements, problem solving, and teamwork skills. Work in small groups, program and build your robot, and rise to the challenge. Control the robot to avoid obstacles, pick up and carry objects, and play sounds. Projects are structured so that students work in an open-ended, investigative environment while having fun. INSTRUCTOR : Play-Well TEKnologies LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium $258: 5 classes

Class 35404

INSTRUCTOR : Science Beginnings

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

7/31-8/4

LOCATION Club Room, Heather Farm Community Center $228: 5 classes $10 supply fee due at first class

Class 35396

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

A GES 1 0 - 1 2 6/26-6/30

A GES 8 - 1 3

NEW 3D Printing Basics This course will teach you the basics of 3D modeling and printing, converting images to 3D models, and critical basic concepts in computer aided design (CAD). Working in teams of two, participants will uncover the core processes behind 3D printing and reveal one of the most powerful capabilities of the 3D printing revolution-that it’s accessible to anyone. Printing will be completed at the end of the course through Sculpteo.

Video Game Coding with PC: Platform Games Using Multimedia Fusion 2 software and PC computers, students will create a multi-level platform game. In this class, students will work with a partner and will create unique levels, characters and an original plot line. Give your characters gravity and create interesting and original bad guys to challenge you through your game. Working with design, animation and programming tools, students will create a fun and engaging platform adventure. Two kids per laptop. INSTRUCTOR :  Freshi Films, LLC LOCATION   Club Room, Heather Farm Community Center $182:  5 classes

INSTRUCTOR : Silicon Valley 4 U

Class 35478

LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

7/17-7/21

$203: 5 classes

Class 35411

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

7/10-7/14

www.WalnutCreekRec.org

(925)943-5858

Summer 2017

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Engineering For Kids Camps We put the excitement in S.T.E.M. education by offering age appropriate, inquiry based, hands-on-learning for children through FUN activities. We offer the most comprehensive Engineering Enrichment Program! Engineering for Kids camps offer morning or afternoon camps. Lunch is supervised. Campers bring their own lunch. Sign up for all day and save over $50.

A GES 5 - 7

A GES 5 - 7

NEW Junior Scratch Programming: Space Pioneers Embark on a fun journey to space with Scratch Programming! Send an astronaut to the moon and defend your moon base from space rocks. Learn how to use Scratch to create and program sprites, backdrops and basic scripts. Create a new videogame each day, leave with evidence of your wild space adventure, and be inspired to explore the universe of programming as a Space Pioneer.

NEW Junior Scratch Programming and Junior Engineering of Food Save over $50 and attend camp all day! Lunch is supervised, campers bring their own lunch. INSTRUCTOR : Engineering For Kids LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium $456: 5 classes $60 Supply fee due at first class for both camps

INSTRUCTOR : Engineering For Kids LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium

Class 35438

Mon-Fri 9:30am-4:00pm

6/19-6/23

$256: 5 classes $30 Supply fee due at first class

Class 35436

Mon-Fri 9:30am-12:30pm

6/19-6/23

A GES 5 - 7

NEW Junior Engineering of Food Where does our food come from? How is it made? These questions and more are all explored inside Kelvin’s Kitchen. Step into our bakery and investigate the engineering behind many of the sweet treats that we all enjoy while working as chemical engineers, industrial engineers, and even environmental engineers. Join us for some truly delicious discoveries! INSTRUCTOR : Engineering For Kids

A GES 8 - 1 2

NEW Electrical Engineering: Electrified Use the engineering design process to design, create, test, and refine basic electronics and circuits. Students experiment with Snap CircuitsÂŽ to discover the capabilities of major electronic components. In addition, students build their own flashlights and explore the world of magnetic energy by building their own magnetic levitation vehicle. INSTRUCTOR : Engineering For Kids LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium $256: 5 classes $30 Supply fee due at first class

Class 35444

LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium

Mon-Fri 9:30am-12:30pm

$256: 5 classes $30 Supply fee due at first class

Class 35437

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Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

Summer 2017

(925)943-5858

6/19-6/23

www.WalnutCreekRec.org

7/24-7/28


Engineering For Kids Camps continued A GES 8 - 1 2

NEW Hardware Engineering Imagine designing a piano using celery or a creating a custom digital training program. Now, envision playing video games using just your body, a bit of wire and your own imagination. In our hardware engineering program, students engineer their own customized video game controllers using a MakeyMakey circuit board and materials that can be found in just about anywhere. Through application of circuitry, acoustical engineering and video game design, students discover new ways to interact with technology, all while creating unique designs in a fun collaborative environment. INSTRUCTOR : Engineering For Kids LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium $256: 5 classes $30 Supply fee due at first class

Class 35445

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

7/24-7/28

A GES 8 - 1 2

NEW Electrical Engineering and Hardware Engineering Save over $50 and attend camp all day! Lunch is supervised, campers bring their own lunch. INSTRUCTOR : Engineering For Kids LOCATION Classroom, Tice Valley Gymnasium $456: 5 classes $60 Supply fee due at first class for both camps

Class 35446

Mon-Fri 9:30am-4:00pm

7/24-7/28

A GES 8 - 1 2

A GES 8 - 1 2

NEW Minecraft Creations: 3D Printing 3D printing and Minecraft both represent boundless opportunity for creating even our wildest of ideas! Students will explore the basic concepts of 3D printing and computer-aided design, or CAD, to bring their most awesome Minecraft creation to life! Students will take their design out of the world of Minecraft and learn how to extrude it into a 3D model that can then be modified to be printed in 3D.

NEW Minecraft: Virtual Traveling into the Future

INSTRUCTOR : Engineering For Kids

Using a laptop and through application of engineering principles, students solve numerous challenges as they make their virtual world of Minecraft a safe place for humanity once again. Join us in an apocalyptic future, one where the earth has been ravaged by a series of natural disasters. Each day, students rely on the engineering design process to solve a series of challenges such as building a city on a series of islands, escaping from a bunker on Mt. Everest, and even building a rocket to land on the moon!

Class 35448

INSTRUCTOR : Engineering For Kids LOCATION Club Room, Heather Farm Community Center $256: 5 classes $30 Supply fee due at first class

Class 35447

Mon-Fri 9:30am-12:30pm

LOCATION Club Room, Heather Farm Community Center $256: 5 classes

$40 Supply fee due at first class

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

7/31-8/4

A GES 8 - 1 2

NEW Minecraft: Virtual Travel and Minecraft: 3D Printing Save over $50 and attend camp all day! Lunch is supervised, campers bring their own lunch. INSTRUCTOR : Engineering For Kids LOCATION Club Room, Heather Farm Community Center

7/31-8/4

$456: 5 classes $65 Supply fee due at first class for both camps

Class 35449

Mon-Fri 9:30am-4:00pm

www.WalnutCreekRec.org

(925)943-5858

7/31-8/4

Summer 2017

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Tennis LITTLE TENNIS AGES 4-6 $162R/$178NR — 5 Classes

A GES 4 - 1 5

Tennis Camps LITTLE TENNIS SUMMER CAMPS (6:1 ratio)

(Ages 4-6) Specially designed tennis nets, rackets and low bouncing balls are used to provide an enjoyable learning experience for younger players. Several short breaks are taken so that students can regain energy and cool down. Little Tennis students will learn to recognize, demonstrate and successfully hit the forehand, backhand and serve. They will learn parts of the racket, court, and improve coordination and motor skills (i.e. balancing, overhand throwing, catching, and shuffling). Little Rallyers will work to improve their full court abilities through a series of drills and games. Players should bring a snack and water.

*$130R/$143NR — 4 Classes (July 4 wk)

Little Tennis

Mon-Fri 9:00-11:00am

6/12-6/16

Little Tennis

Mon-Fri 9:00-11:00am

6/19-6/23

Little Tennis

Mon-Fri 9:00-11:00am

6/26-6/30

Little Tennis

M, W- F

*7/3, 7/5-7/7

Little Tennis

Mon-Fri 9:00-11:00am

7/10-7/14

Little Tennis

Mon-Fri 9:00-11:00am

7/17-7/21

Little Tennis

Mon-Fri 9:00-11:00am

7/24-7/28

Little Tennis

Mon-Fri 9:00-11:00am

7/31-8/4

Little Tennis

Mon-Fri 9:00-11:00am

8/7-8/11

Little Tennis

Mon-Fri

8/14-8/18

9:00-11:00am

9:00-11:00am

IMPROVEMENT & JUNIOR TEAM CAMPS AGES 7-15 $195R/$216NR — 5 Classes

*$156R/$172NR — 4 Classes (July 4 wk)

Camp

Days

Imp/Jr Team

Mon-Fri 9:00am-Noon

12:30-3:30pm

6/12-6/16

Imp/Jr Team

Mon-Fri 9:00am-Noon

12:30-3:30pm

6/19-6/23

Imp/Jr Team

Mon-Fri 9:00am-Noon

12:30-3:30pm

6/26-6/30

Imp/Jr Team

M, W- F

9:00am-Noon

12:30-3:30pm

*7/3, 7/5-7/7

Imp/Jr Team

Mon-Fri 9:00am-Noon

12:30-3:30pm

7/10-7/14

IMPROVEMENT & JUNIOR TEAM CAMPS (8:1 ratio)

Imp/Jr Team

Mon-Fri 9:00am-Noon

12:30-3:30pm

7/17-7/21

(Ages 7-15) Students are grouped by ability levels on 1st day of class. Introductory students will learn forehand, backhand, volley, overhead and serve through our unique “court rotation and activity system.” Intermediate and Junior Team students will develop specialty shots and play in Singles & Doubles Round Robin Matches. The instructor(s) will help players with scoring, rules and match strategy. Players should bring a snack and water.

Imp/Jr Team

Mon-Fri 9:00am-Noon

12:30-3:30pm

7/24-7/28

Imp/Jr Team

Mon-Fri 9:00am-Noon

12:30-3:30pm

7/31-8/4

Imp/Jr Team

Mon-Fri 9:00am-Noon

12:30-3:30pm

8/7-8/11

Imp/Jr Team

Mon-Fri 9:00am-Noon

12:30-3:30pm

8/14-8/18

TENNIS & SWIM COMBO CAMPS (8:1 tennis / 6:1 swim)

(Ages 8-15) Students will enjoy a morning of tennis camp then head across to the aquatic center where they will enjoy an afternoon of recreational swimming. Students should bring a swim suit, towel, and lunch on Monday-Thursday. Pizza will be provided on Fridays. LOCATION Walnut Creek Tennis Center 1751 Heather Drive, Walnut Creek, CA 94598

Campers are encouraged to bring sunscreen, snacks, water, lunch and a towel for swim camp, athletic shoes (please bring non-marking soled shoes – court shoes), and a tennis racket (loaner rackets are available). REGISTRATION BEGINS March 1, 2017

Summer 2017

(925)945-0105

PM Session

Dates

TENNIS & SWIM COMBO AGES 8-15 $294R/$323NR — 5 Classes

*$235R/$259NR — 4 Classes (July 4 wk)

Extended All Day Options Available – Inquire Within Tennis/Swim

Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm

6/12-6/16

Tennis/Swim

Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm

6/20-6/24

Tennis/Swim

Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm

Tennis/Swim

M, W- F

9:00am-4:30pm

*7/3, 7/5-7/7

Tennis/Swim

Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm

7/10-7/14

Tennis/Swim

Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm

7/17-7/21

Tennis/Swim

Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm

7/24-7/28

Tennis/Swim

Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm

7/31-8/4

Tennis/Swim

Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm

8/7-8/11

Tennis/Swim

Mon-Fri 9:00am-4:30pm

8/14-8/18

Register online at lifetimeactivities.com or at the tennis office in Heather Farm Park at 1751 Heather Drive. If you have any questions, please call us at 925-945-0105.

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Sports A GES 4 ½ - 1 0

Kidz Love Soccer Camp Spend a week enjoying the world’s most popular sport in a fun, recreational environment. Learn and practice soccer skills including: dribbling, passing, receiving, and shooting. Play small sided soccer matches to improve teamwork, tactics, and positional play. Everyone is a winner as the week’s fun culminates in an age-appropriate ‘World Cup’ tournament. All campers receive a soccer ball and KLS jersey. Come each day with a full water bottle and snack. All campers must wear shin guards. INSTRUCTOR : Kidz Love Soccer LOCATION HF 2-Soccer North, Heather Farm Sports Fields $155: 5 classes

Class 34690

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

6/19-6/23

ages 4 ½ -6

Class 34691

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

8/7-8/11

ages 4 ½ -6

Class 34692

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

6/19-6/23

ages 7-8

Class 34693

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

8/7-8/11

ages 7-8

Class 34694

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

8/7-8/11

ages 9-10

Class 34829

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

6/26-6/30

Class 34830

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

7/10-7/14

Class 34831

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

7/17-7/21

Class 34832

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

7/31-8/4

Class 34833

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

8/7-8/11

A GES 7- 1 6

Golf Camp with Dave DeLong Whether your child has never been on the course before or is an advanced junior golfer, this camp is the right place to develop the skills necessary to become a better golfer while having fun. Your child will receive professional instruction from the basics of grip and stance to the finer points of swing mechanics while learning essential life skills in a supportive environment. All campers play 27 holes on Boundary Oak’s championship golf course and enjoy a complimentary lunch on the final day. Student-to-Instructor ratio is 4:1. INSTRUCTOR : Walnut Creek Golf, Dave DeLong LOCATION Pro Shop, Boundary Oak Municipal Golf Course $299: 4 classes

A GES 7- 1 2

Skateboarding Camp Walnut Creek skatepark offers weeklong summer camps in partnership with the Jordan Richter Skateboarding Academy! Campers will learn how to safely navigate the skate park, learn tricks, make new friends, and above all else have a blast! Participants will receive instruction based on their individual abilities and skill levels. Helmet, elbow pads, and kneepads are required. A skateboard purchased from a skateboard shop is also highly recommended. INSTRUCTOR : Jordan Richter Skateboarding Academy

Class 34769

Tue-Fri

8:30am-1:30pm*

6/20-6/23

Class 34770

Tue-Fri

8:30am-1:30pm*

6/27-6/30

Class 34771

Tue-Fri

8:30am-1:30pm*

7/11-7/14

Class 34772

Tue-Fri

8:30am-1:30pm*

7/18-7/21

Class 34773

Tue-Fri

8:30am-1:30pm*

7/25-7/28

Class 34774

Tue-Fri

8:30am-1:30pm*

8/1-8/4

Class 34775

Tue-Fri

8:30am-1:30pm*

8/8-8/11

Class 34776

Tue-Fri

8:30am-1:30pm*

8/15-8/18

*Fridays are from 7:30am-12:30pm *Club rental upon request for $40

LOCATION Skate Park, Heather Farm Park $199: 5 classes

Class 34828

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

6/12-6/16 CONTINUED >>

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Skyhawks Sports Camps SKYHAWKS SPORTS CAMPS Skyhawks Sports provides sports programs where children can discover and develop athletic skills and social values, such as teamwork, leadership and sportsmanship. Our programs are designed to give each child a positive experience in sports fostering a thirst for an active, healthy lifestyle and love of the game.

INSTRUCTOR FOR ALL SKYHAWKS CAMPS : Skyhawks Staff

A GES 3 - 5

Skyhawks Tot Basketball was designed to give children a positive first step to the exciting game of Basketball. Using our progressive curriculum and modified equipment, participants learn Basketball fundamentals and social skills through a series of fast-paced instructional circuits and developmental games. Our primary development objectives include dribbling, passing, shooting, rebounding, balance, body movement, hand/eye coordination, self-esteem, teamwork, and sportsmanship! All participants receive a Skyhawks T-Shirt and Award Medal.

$87: 5 classes

Designed to give children a positive first step into America’s Pastime. Using our progressive curriculum and modified equipment, participants learn Baseball fundamentals and social skills through a series of fast-paced instructional circuits and developmental games. Our primary development objectives include throwing, catching, hitting, base-running, balance, body movement, hand/ eye coordination, self-esteem, teamwork, and sportsmanship! All participants receive a Skyhawks t-shirt and Award Medal. LOCATION Field 3, Heather Farm Park $87: 5 classes

Mon-Fri 11:00am-11:45am

Skyhawks Tot Basketball

LOCATION Field 3, Heather Farm Park

Skyhawks Tot Baseball

Class 35421

A GES 3 - 5

6/26-6/30

Class 35422

Mon-Fri 9:00am-9:45am

6/26-6/30

A GES 3 - 5

Skyhawks Tot Soccer Founded in 1979, Skyhawks is the #1 choice for parents looking to introduce their children to the fundamentals of the world’s most popular sport. Using our progressive curriculum and modified equipment, participants learn Soccer fundamentals and social skills through a series of fast-paced instructional circuits and developmental games. Our primary development objectives include dribbling, passing, shooting, ball control, balance, body movement, foot/eye coordination, self-esteem, teamwork, and sportsmanship! All participants receive a Skyhawks T-Shirt and Award Medal. LOCATION Field 3, Heather Farm Park $87: 5 classes

Class 35423

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(925)943-5858

Mon-Fri 10:00am-10:45am

www.WalnutCreekRec.org

6/26-6/30


Skyhawks Sports Camps continued A GES 4 - 6

A GES 6 - 8

Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Camp This ultimate multi-sport camp combines baseball, basketball, golf, soccer, and track & field; allowing young athletes to develop a passion for a variety of sports in one fun-filled setting. Participants explore balance, body movement, coordination, self-esteem, teamwork, sportsmanship, and sport specific skill development in a structured environment with lots of encouragement! All participants receive a Skyhawks Soccer Ball, T-Shirt, and Award Medal. LOCATION Field 3, Heather Farm Park $199: 5 classes

Skyhawk Multi-Sport: Baseball, Basketball, Soccer This multi-sport camp combines baseball, basketball, and soccer into one action packed week. Through interactive drills and games, participants learn the essential skills, rules, strategies, play-calls and etiquette of each sport in a safe and positive environment. Your child will leave with new skills, new friends, and a new love for sports! All participants receive a Skyhawks Soccer Ball, T-Shirt, and Award Medal. LOCATION Lower Bowl, Arbolado Park

Class 35415

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

6/12-6/16

Class 35416

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

7/17-7/21

Class 35417

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

7/31-8/4

$199: 5 classes

Class 35424

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

7/17-7/21

A GES 6 - 8 A GES 6 - 8

Skyhawks Baseball Camp Learn the fundamentals of fielding, catching, throwing, hitting, and base running in a fun, safe and positive environment. Athletes learn new baseball skills along with the essential rules, strategies and etiquette of America’s past-time. All participants receive a Skyhawks Baseball, T-Shirt, and Award Medal. LOCATION Field 3, Heather Farm Park $199: 5 classes

Class 35428

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

7/31-8/4

Skyhawks Multi-Sport: Soccer, Softball, Volleyball This multi-sport camp combines soccer, softball, and volleyball into one action packed week. Through interactive drills and games, participants learn the essential skills, rules, strategies, play-calls and etiquette of each sport in a safe and positive environment. Your child will leave with new skills, new friends, and a new love for sports! All participants receive a Skyhawks Soccer Ball, T-Shirt, and Award Medal. LOCATION Field 3, Heather Farm Park $199: 5 classes

Class 35430

A GES 6 - 8

Skyhawks Basketball Camp This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for beginning to intermediate players looking to take the next step in basketball. Our age-appropriate drills and games teach young athletes skill development in addition to vital life lessons including leadership, teamwork, and sportsmanship. All participants receive a Skyhawks Basketball, T-Shirt, and Award Medal. LOCATION Court 1, Foothill Community Gym $199: 5 classes

Class 35426

Mon-Fri 1:00pm-4:00pm

6/19-6/23

LOCATION Court 1, Tice Valley Gymnasium

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

6/26-6/30

A GES 6 - 8

Skyhawks Summer Camp Olympics This action-packed summer camp combines all your favorite Skyhawks Games into one fun-filled week. Participants will learn and play fun Skyhawks variations of Soccer, Baseball, Football, Kickball, Dodgeball, Capture the Flag, Tag, and Relay Races. By adding just the right amount of friendly competition, this program teaches boys and girls teamwork, sportsmanship, leadership, and strategy. Bring your friends or come make new ones. All participants receive a Skyhawks Water Bottle, T-Shirt, and Award Medal. LOCATION Field 3, Heather Farm Park

$199: 5 classes

Class 35427

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

8/14-8/18

$199: 5 classes

Class 35425

Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm

www.WalnutCreekRec.org

(925)943-5858

6/12-6/16

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WALNUT CREEK 2017 SUMMER CAMPS OVERVIEW

TEEN

YOUTH: ALL DAY

YOUTH: PM

YOUTH: AM

PRESCHOOL AGE

6/12-16

26

6/19-23

6/26-30

7/3-7

7/10-14

7/17-21

7/24-28 7/31-8/4 8/7-11

8/14-18

Camp Tenderfoot 3-5 yrs Skyhawks Tot (Baseball, Basketball, or Soccer) 3-5 yrs Kids Cooking Greek Dinner Camp 4-5 yrs Camp Little Walnut 4-6 yrs Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Camp 4-6 yrs Little Tennis Camp 4-6 yrs Kidz Love Soccer Camp 4.5-6 yrs French Art and Culture 4-7 yrs Intro to STEM using LEGO 1 5-6 yrs Intro to STEM using LEGO 2 5-6 yrs Jedi Engineering using LEGO 5-6 yrs Junior Scratch Programming: Space Pioneers 5-7 yrs Create-a-Book Camp 5-7 yrs Little Medical School 5-11 yrs Kids Carpentry Camp 5-12 yrs Camp Community Arts (Half Day) 5-14 yrs Robotics using LEGO WeDo 6-8 yrs Skyhawks Basketball Camp 6-8 yrs Skyhawks Baseball, Basketball, Soccer 6-8 yrs Skyhawks Soccer, Softball, Volleyball 6-8 yrs Skyhawks Summer Camp Olympics 6-8 yrs Skyhawks Baseball Camp 6-8 yrs What’s Cooking Kids? 6-9 yrs My First Video Game 6-9 yrs Science Beginnings - Physics Fun, Chemistry Fizz 6-12 yrs Fun with Programming 6-12 yrs Kidz Love Soccer Camp 7-8 yrs Skateboarding Camp 7-12 yrs Tennis Camp 7-15 yrs Golf Camp with Dave DeLong 7-16 yrs Minecraft: Virtual Traveling into the Future 8-12 yrs Electrical Engineering: Electrified 8-12 yrs 3D Printing Basics 8-13 yrs Kidz Love Soccer Camp 9-10 yrs Story Writing Camp 9-12 yrs Afternoon Camp Clever Creek 5-7 yrs Junior Engineering of Food 5-7 yrs C’est Quoi L’Art? French Camp 5-10 yrs Kids Carpentry Camp 5-12 yrs What’s Cooking Kids? 6-9 yrs Kids Cooking Greek Dinner Camp 6-10 yrs Chess Camp 6-12 yrs Fun with Science and Engineering 6-12 yrs Budding Biologists - Summer Extravaganza 6-12 yrs Jedi Master Engineering using LEGO 7-10 yrs STEM Challenge with LEGO 1 7-10 yrs STEM Challenge with LEGO 2 7-10 yrs Science Beginnings - Careers for Kids 7-12 yrs Tennis Camp 7-15 yrs Hardware Engineering 8-12 yrs Minecraft Creations: 3D Printing 8-12 yrs Coding 4 Kids 8-13 yrs Narrative Essay Writing Camp 9-12 yrs Robotics using LEGO EV3 9-14 yrs Video Game Coding with PC 10-12 yrs Junior Scratch Programming AND Engineering of Food 5-7 yrs Camp Community Arts 5-14 yrs Specialized Recreation Summer Camp 5-21 yrs Walnut Creek Day Camp 6-12 yrs Electrical AND Hardware Engineering 8-12 yrs Minecraft Virtual Travel AND 3D Printing 8-12 yrs Walnut Creek Sports Camp 8-13 yrs Tennis and Swim Combo Camp 8-15 yrs Summer Dance Intensive 9-19 yrs Junior Recreation Leader 13-15 yrs

Summer 2017

(925)943-5858

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6-13 yrs

6-13 yrs


Registration Form REGISTRATION begins MARCH 1 PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ACCOUNT TEL (HOME) TEL (CELL/WORK) ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP EMAIL ADDRESS

PARTICIPANT NAME

M/F

DOB

ACTIVITY NAME

1ST CHOICE

ACCOUNT #

START DATE

2ND CHOICE

START DATE

EXP DATE

FEE

TOTAL

AUTHORIZATION SIGNATURE WAIVER OF LIABILITY I consent to the above person’s participation in the activities and agree on behalf of myself, or minor child, that I assume the risk of accident, injuries or property damage sustained from any cause in connection with my (or my child’s) participation in the activities. I voluntarily release and hold harmless the City (including its officers, agents, employees and volunteers) from any liability for an accident, injury or property damage (except to the extent cause by the City’s active negligence or willful misconduct). I understand that I am responsible for the registration policies and procedures outlined in the brochure. I also understand that the City reserves the right to photograph activities and participants; those photos remain the City’s property for potential future use for publicity or promotional purposes. Dated

Signature

Please indicate whether:

Parent

Participant

Guardian

HOW

REFUNDS

online

CAMP COMMUNITY ARTS: There is a $30 cancellation fee up to Friday by 4:00pm

Log onto www.WalnutCreekRec.org and click on Register for Classes.

prior to start of camp. For cancellations that take place after this, there is a $50 cancellation fee. Refunds will be pro-rated from time of withdrawal in addition to the $50 cancellation

fax

fee up to the first week of camp. Unfortunately, we cannot refund camp fees after the

Registration Form, with VISA or MasterCard information to: (925) 938-7529.

first week of camp. Failure to attend camp or no-shows will not be granted a full or partial

Please do not call to confirm if your fax was received.

refund or credit.

mail

ALL OTHER CAMPS: Requests submitted at least seven days prior to the start of a

Registration Form with payment to: Walnut Creek Recreation Registration, 301 N. San Carlos Drive, Walnut Creek, CA 94598. Make checks payable to City of Walnut Creek.

less than seven days prior to the start of the session will receive a credit good for one year minus the $10 withdrawal fee. No refunds or credits will be issued after the start of a Summer Camp session.

phone (925) 943-5858

session will receive a full refund minus a $10 withdrawal fee per session. Requests made

Monday-Friday

9:00am-4:00pm

Please have your class title, number and credit card information ready.

walk-in Heather Farm Community Center 301 N. San Carlos Drive, Heather Farm Park Monday-Friday, 9:00am-4:00pm

confirmation Confirmations will be sent for all mail-in and phone registrations. Confirmations are sent via email when possible, by post if necessary. If you do not receive your confirmation within 2 weeks, please call (925) 943-5858 prior to the start of class.

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City of Walnut Creek 301 N San Carlos Drive Walnut Creek, CA 94598

PRSRT STD US POSTAGE PAID WALNUT CREEK, CA PERMIT NO. 282 ECRWSS

RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER

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Learn more at walnut-creek.org/ArtsAndRec

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