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2018 SUMMER REGIS

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COSUMNES COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT

Activity www.yourcsd.com  1-916-405-5600

GUIDE

 PARKS GUIDE  

 RECREATION ACTIVITIES  

  FIRE SAFETY INFO


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SPECIAL EVENTS AQUATICS Resident registration begins

TINY TOT PRESCHOOLS

For residents in the 95624, 95757, 95758 zip codes

Non-resident registration begins April 25 Register online: yourcsd.com/onlinereg

TOTS CLASSES AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAM YOUTH SUMMER DAY CAMP YOUTH CLASSES YOUTH SPORTS TEEN SUMMER CAMP THE GROVE TEEN CENTER TEEN CLASSES ADULT CLASSES ADULT SPORTS EMERALD LAKES GOLF COURSE

RECREATION ADVENTURES COSUMNES FIRE DEPT. RENTAL FACILITIES PARKS REGISTRATION COMMUNITY INFORMATION

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11  Resident Registration Begins..................................... 58 16 Community Band Concert.................................................. 7 21  JustServe Community Day of Service.............. 4 25  Non-Resident Registration Begins.................... 58 28  EGACT Fundraiser............................................................................ 7 28  Elk Grove Fit Fest Featuring Kids Warrior . Challenge and Elk Grove Gauntlet............................. 3

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4-6  Western Festival............................................................................... 7 12  Historical Society Spring Tea.......................................... 7 17 AMGEN Tour of California.................................................... 7 19  Movie in the Park - Moana................................................. 4 19  Inaugual Old Town Wine Festival............................ 7 23  Big Truck Day........................................................................................... 7 26  2 Man Scramble Golf Tournament........................ 4 26 Pools Open.................................................................................................. 8 28  Memorial Day 30  Senior Day in Beeman Park............................................... 7

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Hometown Heroes............................................................................. 7 Concert in the Park............................................................................ 5 Community Band Concert..................................................... 7

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Rich Lozano, President Gil Albiani, Vice President Rod Brewer Orlando Fuentes Jim Luttrell

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8 Comedy Under the Stars.......................................................... 5 9 Regional Safety Day..................................................................... 51 10 Pet-A-Palooza.......................................................................................... 7 10 Bounty on the Boulevard..................................................... 7 15 Laguna Lions Brewfest............................................................. 7 15-17 Historical Society Yard Sale................................... 7 18 Elk Grove’s Got Talent................................................................. 6 22 Strauss Festival Gala...................................................................... 7 23 EG Run 4 Hunger................................................................................ 7 30 TOFA Health & Wellness Event...................................... 7 4 Independence Day 4 Salute to Red, White & Blue................................................... 7 13 Comedy Under the Stars....................................................... 5 14-15 Community Camp Out................................................ 7 14 Elk Fest................................................................................................................ 7 26-29 Strauss Festival......................................................................... 7 3,10,17,24,31Hot Summer Nights Concerts.. 6 15 Resident Fall Registration Begins........................ 58 29 Non-Resident Fall Registration Begins....... 58 25 Elk Grove Multi-Cultural Festival.............................. 7 3 Labor Day 7 Comedy Under the Stars............................................................ 5 8 Historical Society Plow to Plate Dinner 8 Party on the Palms Teen Festival 17 Community Band Concert 22 Rotary Beef n' Reef Bash 29 Elk Grove Amateur Championship................... 46

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DEPARTMENT 9355 E. Stockton Blvd., Suite 205 Elk Grove, CA 95624 (916) 405-7150

PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT 9355 E. Stockton Blvd., Suite 185 Elk Grove, CA 95624 (916) 405-5300

Maureen Zamarripa General Manager

Joshua Green Parks and Recreation Administrator

FIRE DEPARTMENT 10573 E. Stockton Blvd. Elk Grove, CA 95624 (916) 405-7100 Mike McLaughlin Fire Chief


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When it comes to Parks and Recreation, there is no limit on what can be discovered! This July, during Parks and Recreation month, explore exciting events, take part in classes you haven't before, or check out one of CSD's many parks! No matter what, the skills and experiences you pick up along the way will last a lifetime! Discover the Water with CSD Aquatics - pages 8-15 Swing into the 9 core values with Junior Golf - page 30 Glimpse into Digital Photography - page 40 Share what you've uncovered! #DiscoverYourCSD

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SPECIAL EVENTS

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CSD and JustServe

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FESTIVAL Friday, April 13

Wackford Community Complex, 9014 Bruceville Road.

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Come see this amazing community collection of art and films all created by local Elk Grove Unified High School Students. Awards will be given out for best comedy, drama and most inspiring art piece.

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$50/person - Includes Lunch & Prizes - Carts Extra Emerald Lakes Golf Course 10651 E. Stockton Blvd Pre-movie activities (minimal fee) for the kids from 6:00pm until the free movie start at dusk. Food available for purchase.

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June 2nd

Big Crush

Big Crush is a party band that includes top charts, Classic Rock, R&B, Motown, Disco, Jazz, and Swing. Come out to the park for a fun night of great entertainment and dancing!

Event Sponsorships Contribute to the Enrichment of Your Community

Strauss Island in Elk Grove Park 6:30–9:30 pm

Food available for purchase. SEEKING VENDORS! 405-5300

In Partnership With

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Giant Pumpkin Festival

Don’t miss this great opportunity for affordable publicity & networking! For more information call 1-916-405-5303.

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Laguna Town Hall, Amphitheater Show starts 8 pm, seating begins 6 pm. Laughs Unlimited comes to Elk Grove for outdoor performances. Bring a picnic, blanket and jacket. No high back chairs. No pets except service animals. No food vendors onsite. Credit cards accepted at door. www.laughsunlimited.com

These shows are for an adult audience.

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Concert in the Park

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COSUMNES CSD

COSUMNES FIRE DEPARTMENT & ELK GROVE POLICE DEPARTMENT

Casting Call

Saturday, June 9

10:00 am – 3:00 pm at Elk Grove Regional Park Join us for a day of fun, education, and excitement for the entire family. This FREE family-friendly event will feature emergency response vehicles, K-9 demonstrations, a "jaws of life" extraction, a helicopter landing, and much more! Food and drinks will be available from local Food Trucks. For more information, call the Fire Department at 1-916-405-7100 or contact CrimePrevention@ElkGrovePD.org – (916) 478-8122

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Act must submit application by: June 15th Audition: June 18th, 6:00 pm, Laguna Town Hall yourcsd.com/Elk-Groves-Got-Talent

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Absolutely NO entry into amphitheater before 5pm. All Ages Welcome • 6:30–9:00 pm • Laguna Town Hall

Chairs allowed in the grass area must have a seat lower than 12" from the ground, and the back must be lower than 32” from the ground. High back chairs will only be allowed in a single row at the top of amphitheater on sidewalk. NO pets except service animals.


SPECIAL HEADLINE EVENTS

COSUMNES CSD

Co-Sponsored Events

July 14–15

12:00 noon – 11:00 am Elk Grove Park $14/person (8876) All ages Gather your camping gear and explore the great outdoors a little closer to home. Enjoy campground favorites like swimming, crafts, campfire songs, and s’mores. Dinner and breakfast will be prepared by the Elk Grove Lions Club. Pre-registration is required. Registration will close on Thursday, July 12th by 3 pm. Walk ups will not be accepted.

The Cosumnes CSD is pleased to co-sponsor the following events. Contact these groups directly for more details.

April 16 Community Band Concert April 28 EGACT Fundraiser egact.org May 4-6 Western Festival

elkgrovewesternfestival.org

Society Spring Tea May 12 Historical elkgrovehistoricalsociety.com

May 17 May 23 May 30 June 2 June 4

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GOLDEN EMPIRE COUNCIL BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA

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AMGEN Tour of California elkgrovecity.org Big Truck Day elkgrovecity.org Senior Day in Beeman Park thesceg.org Hometown Heroes elkgrovepost233.com Community Band Concert

Check us out on Facebook

June 10 Pet-a-palooza elkgrovecity.org June 10 Bounty on the Boulevard elkgrovesf.org June Historical Society Yard Sale 15-17 elkgrovehistoricalsociety.com June 15 Laguna Lions Brewfest lagunacreeklions.org June 22 Strauss Festival Gala straussfestival.com June 23 EG Run 4 Hunger

elkgrovefoodbankfestival.com

June 30 TOFA Health tofainc.org July 4

& Wellness Event

Salute to the Red, White & Blue

elkgrovecity.org

July 14 Elk Fest elkfestevent.com July 26-29 Strauss Festival straussfestival.com Aug 25 Multi-Cultural Festival elkgrovecity.org

Don't miss these great CSD Fall events! Open Daily • 10am-8pm May 1–September 30 • Backer Park • Derr-Okamoto Park • George Park • • Horseshoe Park • Kunsting Park • Morse Community Park • • Nottoli Park •Stephenson Park • Wright Park • yourcsd.com/spraygrounds

September 8 Healthy Kids Extravaganza

October 6-7 Elk Grove Giant Pumpkin Festival

September 22 Elk Grove Amateur Golf Tournament

October 20

Pool of Pumpkins

Seeking vendors (food, craft, etc.) and sponsors for upcoming events. Please call 1-916-405-5600.

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Residents and visitors will have a new place to play and cool off later this summer! The City of Elk Grove is working with the Cosumnes Community Services District to open the Elk Grove Aquatic Center. Located within the City’s civic center property, the Cosumnes CSD will operate the aquatic center and offer programming at this location in addition to the Wackford Aquatic Complex and Jerry Fox Swim Center. The Elk Grove Aquatic Center will offer residents and visitors the chance to play, learn, and compete in a 50-meter pool, fitness and instructional pool, and a recreational pool. Discover the 3 meter and 1 meter dive boards or lounge on the lazy river, or take a ride down the facility’s 30 foot slides. Ready to take a break? Creature comforts will include a snack bar, a party room, and lots of shade, tables, seating and lounge chairs. This new facility will: • Expand Elk Grove’s recreational space; • Support the health and wellness of our community; • Encourage visitors and healthy competition amongst swim teams in our community and throughout the region; and • Create an important gathering place for social activity and making memories. For construction updates, details on grand opening events, or information on other amenities coming to the Elk Grove Aquatic Center in the future, visit www.elkgrovecity.org.

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Wackford Aquatic Complex

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HOURS OF OPERATION Weekends May 26 – September 2, 12:00–5:00 pm Weekdays May 29 – August 15, 12:00 – 4:30 pm Holiday Hours May 28, July 4 & Sept. 3, 12:00–5:00 pm *No recreation swim on June 2, 16, July 7, 14

FEES Ages 5 & up:  $6 | Ages 2–4:  $3  Under 2:  Free | Inflatable Wristband: $2

ATTRACTIONS •  Double Trouble •  Typhoon Tower • •  Adventure Bay •  Splash Island • •  Xtreme Diving Zone •  Aqua Café • •  Shade Lounge & Grass Area •

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Hurry and purchase your pass! Good for all recreation swim hours at the Wackford Complex and Jerry Fox Center. Also use to enjoy Family Swim Nights.   By June3 After June 3   Age 2–4:  $60 Age 2–4:  $70   Age 5+:  $70 Age 5+:  $80 Passes are non-refundable.

Jerry Fox Swim Center 9950 Elk Grove-Florin Road in Elk Grove Park

HOURS OF OPERATION Weekends May 26 – September 2, 12:00–5:00 pm Weekdays May 29 – August 15, 1:15–4:00 pm Holiday Hours May 28, July 4 & Sept. 3, 12:00–5:00 pm

FEES Ages 5 & up:  $3 | Ages 2–4:  $1  Under 2:  Free

ATTRACTIONS •  Shallow & Deep Water Pool • •  Clyde’s Plunge • Concession Stand • • Playground & Grass Area •

CSD Standards of Behavior: For the enjoyment and safety of everyone, the CSD expects all participants to treat people and facilities with respect and abide by all rules and direction from staff. The CSD reserves the right to refuse service to anyone for failure to abide by these standards.


AQUATICS

SWIM FOR FITNESS & CAMP JR. GUARD

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Age 16+ Wackford Aquatic Complex

Swimming is the number one exercise among adults to improve cardiovascular health, build muscle strength, endurance, and maintain a healthy weight. The CSD Aquatics staff encourages swimmers to share a lane with a fellow swimmer and ask any questions before beginning a workout.

Rates

$6 Drop-in | $50 10-Visit Punch Pass | $40 Monthly Pass | $35 Monthly Automatic Payment

May 29–September 3

Use of the pool is not exclusive and will be shared with other CSD programs.

Monday – Friday............ 6:30am – 11:00am Monday – Thursday........7:00pm – 9:00pm Saturday & Sunday........ 7:00am – 11:00am Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day will observe weekend hours. Pool closed: June 2, June 16, July 7, and July 14.

Please visit yourcsd.com/Swim4Fitness for up-to-date pool availability

Saturday, June 2, June 16, July 7, July 14 4:00–8:00 pm | Wackford Aquatic Complex $6 (age 5+), $3 (age 2–4)

Camp Jr. Guard Age 11–15 Prerequisites: tested on first day: Swim 100 yards freestyle, tread water for 1 minute, and retrieve a 10 lb. brick from 7 feet of water. A camp designed to instruct youth in lifeguarding through skill development. Each session includes physical fitness, water skills, teamwork, emergency preparedness and certification in a different American Red Cross skill based on that week's theme. This camp prepares participants for a job in lifeguarding plus builds confidence, fitness and self-esteem. Bring a swim suit, towel, sunscreen, water and lunch daily. For weekly certifications visit yourcsd.com/199/camp-jr-guard. Wackford Complex,Blue Heron Room

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SWIM LESSONS

Discover the life skill of learning to swim with the award winning CSD Aquatics Swim Lesson Program! All classes are taught by trained instructors and under the watchful supervision of experienced lead and management staff.

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Level 1 – Starfish

Age 3+ For children who have not participated in swim lessons, or are not comfortable in water. Child learns to submerge face independently and is introduced to floating and locomotion.

Level 2 – Seahorse

Age 3+ Child must be able to submerge face independently. Child learns to float on front and back and swim on front and back for a short distance.

Level 3 – Minnow

Age 3+ Child must be able to swim and float independently on front and back. Child refines front crawl with rotary breathing and back crawl, and introduced to elementary backstroke and treading water.

Level 4 – Otter

Age 3+ Child must swim front crawl, back crawl and elementary backstroke for 15 yards independently in water that may be over their head. They will refine front crawl with rotary breathing, back crawl, and elementary backstroke and will learn sidestroke, breaststroke and turns.

Level 5 – Dolphin

Age 3+ Child must be able swim at least 25 yards of front crawl, back crawl, elementary backstroke, and sidestroke in deep water. Breaststroke is refined and butterfly is learned. They will also practice treading water with different kicks and flip turns

Level 6 – Shark

Age 3+ Child must be able to swim at least 50 yards of freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke, sidestroke, and elementary backstroke. Endurance and technique are emphasized and butterfly is refined.

Adult I

Age 16+ For adults who never learned to swim and may not feel comfortable in water.

Adult II

Age 16+ For adults who are comfortable in water and want to work on developing their strokes.

Pre-Teen

Age 11–15 For those who never learned to swim.

Adaptive

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REGISTRATION TIPS

Group

Have a second and third time choice prepared when registering or transferring, as classes fill up quickly.

Turtle (Parent & Infant)

Age 6 months + Water adjustment and safety skills. Designed to increase comfort level of toddlers in and around water. Teaches parents skills that the toddlers then practice, such as bubble blowing and floating.

Private Private

Age 5+ Lessons are one-on-one instruction taught at student’s individual level.

Semi-Private

Age 5+ For 2 participants to register together. Semi-private lessons allow each individual to get personal attention while learning alongside the company of a family member or friend.

Age 5+ Designed for individuals with disabilities. Receive one-on-one instruction at student's level for 8 class sessions. For more information, call Timory Desalernos at 405-5667

If unsure of the appropriate level, refer to sample Progress Report on yourcsd.com. It is recommended that children repeat the last level they completed the previous summer. Most children remain in the same level for two or more sessions. Jerry Fox Swim Center and Wackford Complex both offer swim lessons. If a class is full at one pool, check the other facility.

COME PREPARED! Participants should have a swim suit, towel, and sun block. For children in diapers, swim diapers must be worn in the pool. Goggles and swim caps may be worn but are not required. Classes are not designed as drop-off, and parents must remain for the duration of each class. Be on time or early to class.

REFUND POLICY Transferring classes or refunds will be granted if received at least 72 hours prior to the first class. Refunds or credits will not be granted due to failure to attend a program. If registered incorrectly, participants may be asked to leave the class without a refund, credit or transfer.


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Monday–Thursday Lessons Group Lessons meet Monday through Thursday, for 2 weeks (8 lessons). Each class is 30 minutes in length. Turtle/Private/Semi-Private Lessons meet Monday through Thursday, for 1 week (4 lessons). Each class is 30 minutes in length.

Session 1

Session 2

Session 3

Session 4

Session 5

Session 6

June 4–14

June 18–28

July 2–12

July 16–26

July 30– Aug 9

Aug 13–23

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Turtle (4 classes) $44 (3 classes) $33

Private (4 classes) $104 (3 classes) $78

Group (8 classes) $64 (7 classes) $56

Semi-Private (4 classes) $74 (3 classes) $56

Otter Dolphin Shark Private Semi-Private Adult I Adult II Pre-Teen Adaptive

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Saturday Swim Lessons Saturday Swim Lessons are 2 Saturdays in a row for 40-minutes with a trained CSD instructor.

Group (2 classes) $22 Private (2 classes) $74

Session 1: (JFSC)

Session 4: (WCAC)

June 9 & 16

July 21 & 28

Session 2: (WCAC)

Session 5: (WCAC)

June 23 & 30

Aug 4 & 11

Session 3: (WCAC)

Session 6: (WCAC)

July 7 & 14

Aug 18 & 25

9:00am Starfish Seahorse Minnow Otter Private

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Deep Water Aerobics Age 16+ Participants must be able to swim 25 yards unassisted and need to bring their own water noodle. This non-impact class offers participants the freedom of movement through water without touching or standing on the pool bottom. This class is great for cardiovascular exercise or helping to treat muscle and bone injuries. This fitness class is taught by trained and certified instructors in a water depth of 8 feet. Aqua belts and barbells are provided. Wackford Complex, $4/class SESSION 1 9197 Mon 6/4-6/11 7833 M,W 6/4-6/13 7834 M,W 6/4-6/13 7854 T,Th 6/5-6/14 7855 T,Th 6/5-6/14 7835 T,Th 6/5-6/14 7847 Sat 6/9

8:00am-8:55am 9:00am-9:55am 7:05pm-8:00pm 8:00am-8:55am 9:00am-9:55am 7:05pm-8:00pm 9:00am-9:55am

SESSION 3 9199 Mon 7/2-7/9 7917 M,W 7/2-7/11* 7838 M,W 7/2-7/11* 7858 T,Th 7/3-7/12 7859 T,Th 7/3-7/12 7924 T,Th 7/3-7/12 *No Class 7/4

SESSION 2 9198 Mon 6/18-6/25 7837 M,W 6/18-6/27 7923 M,W 6/18-6/27 7836 T,Th 6/19-6/28 7856 T,Th 6/19-6/28 7857 T,Th 6/19-6/28 7848 Sat 6/23-6/30

8:00am-8:55am 9:00am-9:55am 7:05pm-8:00pm 8:00am-8:55am 9:00am-9:55am 7:05pm-8:00pm 9:00am-9:55am

SESSION 4 9200 Mon 7/16-7/23 7839 M,W 7/16-7/25 7840 M,W 7/16-7/25 7925 T,Th 7/17-7/26 7860 T,Th 7/17-7/26 7861 T,Th 7/17-7/26 7850 Sat 7/21-7/28

8:00am-8:55am 9:00am-9:55am 7:05pm-8:00pm 9:00am-9:55am 7:05pm-8:00pm 8:00am-8:55am

8:00am-8:55am 9:00am-9:55am 7:05pm-8:00pm 8:00am-8:55am 9:00am-9:55am 7:05pm-8:00pm 9:00am-9:55am

SESSION 5 9201 Mon 7/30-8/6 7841 M,W 7/30-8/8 7842 M,W 7/30-8/8 7862 T,Th 7/31-8/9 7863 T,Th 7/31-8/9 7926 T,Th 7/31-8/9 7851 Sat 8/4-8/11

8:00am-8:55am 9:00am-9:55am 7:05pm-8:00pm 9:00am-9:55am 7:05pm-8:00pm 8:00am-8:55am 9:00am-9:55am

SESSION 6 9202 Mon 8/13-8/27 8:00am-8:55am 7844 M,W 8/13-8/29 7:05pm-8:00pm 8513 M,W 8/13-8/29 9:00am-9:55am 7843 M,W 8/13-8/29 9:00am-9:55am 7864 T,Th 8/14-8/30 7:05pm-8:00pm 7865 T,Th 8/14-8/30 9:00am-9:55am 7852 Sat 8/18-9/1 9:00am-9:55am

Shallow Water Aerobics Age 16+ An energetic workout for all participant levels with movements that will increase your heart rate and offer you a total body workout. This class will include low and high impact moves to improve cardiovascular health. It includes an abdominal work out to strengthen, tone, and build the bodies core muscles. Class is conducted in shallow water with a maximum depth of 4.5 feet. Barbells are provided, but participants need to bring their own water noodle. Wackford Complex, $4/class SESSION 1 7897 M,W 6/4-6/13 10:00am-10:55am 7927 M,W 6/4-6/13 8:05pm-9:00pm 7901 T,Th 6/5-6/14 10:00am-10:55am 7902 T,Th 6/5-6/14 8:05pm-9:00pm

SESSION 3 7899 M,W 7/2-7/11* 10:00am-10:55am 7929 M,W 7/2-7/11* 8:05pm-9:00pm 7903 T,Th 7/3-7/12 10:00am-10:55am 7933 T,Th 7/3-7/12 8:05pm-9:00pm

SESSION 2 7898 M,W 6/18-6/27 10:00am-10:55am 7928 M,W 6/18-6/27 8:05pm-9:00pm 7931 T,Th 6/19-6/28 8:05pm-9:00pm 7932 T,Th 6/19-6/28 10:00am-10:55am

SESSION 4 7900 M,W 7/16-7/25 10:00am-10:55am 7930 M,W 7/16-7/25 8:05pm-9:00pm 7904 T,Th 7/17-7/26 10:00am-10:55am 7934 T,Th 7/17-7/26 8:05pm-9:00pm

SESSION 6 7946 M,W 8/13-8/29 10:00am-10:55am 7947 M,W 8/13-8/29 8:05pm-9:00pm 7950 T,Th 8/14-8/30 10:00am-10:55am 7951 T,Th 8/14-8/30 8:05pm-9:00pm *No Class 7/4

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Piloga

Age 16+ Deep water workouts with no impact to your body's bones or joints. High energy intervals guaranteed to trick your metabolism into working more efficiently and finishing the class with core strengthening and stability.

Age 16+ Bring balance to body and mind in shallow water with a combination of Pilates and Yoga. Class combines core and back strengthening with the balance of mind and body calming stretches.

7999 W,F 6/6-6/15 8000 W,F 6/20-6/29 8001 W,F 7/11-7/20 8002 W,F 7/25-8/3 8003 W,F 8/8-8/17 8080 W,F 8/29-9/7

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Water Aerobics 16+ Taught by Kim Matranga Wackford Complex $5/class

8:00am-8:55am 8:00am-8:55am 8:00am-8:55am 8:00am-8:55am 8:00am-8:55am 8:00am-8:55am

SESSION 5 7945 M,W 7/30-8/8 8:05pm-9:00pm 7948 T,Th 7/31-8/9 10:00am-10:55am 7949 T,Th 7/31-8/9 8:05pm-9:00pm

6/8-6/15 6/22-6/29 7/13-7/20 7/27-8/3 8/10-8/17 8/31-9/7

9:00am-9:55am 9:00am-9:55am 9:00am-9:55am 9:00am-9:55am 9:00am-9:55am 9:00am-9:55am


POOL PARTIES & POOL RENTALS

AQUATICS

Thur & Fri: 1–3 pm Sat & Sun: 12–2 pm & 3–5 pm

Available Sat & Sun:

9:30–11:30 am

$220 Th/Fri $250 Sat/Sun

$295 Th/Fri $340 Sat/Sun

Paid entry for 30 guests

Paid entry for 30 guests

2-hr use of party area including: Canopy* Tables Chairs for 30 Party tablecloths, plates, cups & napkins

2-hr use of party area including: Canopy* Tables Chairs for 30 Party tablecloths, plates, cups & napkins 5 extra large pizzas 5 pitchers of drinks

$330

Sat/Sun May include up to 100 guests 2-hr use of party area including: Splash Island only Canopy Tables Chairs Note: Other parts of the facility may be in use during your party.

*Substitute canopy for air conditioned Blue Heron Room (additional $90) Sa/Su ONLY

Additional Information

All parties must be booked at least one week in advance. 72 hour cancellation notice required (follows CSD policy).

Parties can be booked when summer registration begins (April 12 for residents, April 26 for non-residents). Lifeguards are provided for all parties.

Private Pool Rentals Discover the water for your family gathering or other special event and enjoy the attractions. Come laugh, splash, and play with exclusive use of the facility for you and your guests. All rentals include lifeguards. Hurry and book your rental by visiting the Wackford Complex or our website at yourcsd.com/Pool-Rentals-Field-Trips

Jerry Fox Swim Center Wackford Aquatic Complex Friday, Saturday, and Sunday June 1 – September 16 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm (2-hr min.)

Facilities

Pool, waterslide, and picnic area:  $175/hr

Saturday and Sunday June 3 – September 16

(Not available June 2, 16, July 7, 14 & Sept 9) 5:30 pm – 9:30 pm (2-hr min.)

Facilities

Deep Xtreme, Adventure Bay, and Splash Island:  $350/hr Deep Xtreme/Adventure Bay or Adventure Bay/Splash Island:  $275/hr

For more information call (916) 405-5600.

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PRE-K PROGRAMS & TINY TOT PRESCHOOL

CSD PROGRAM

CSD Programs to help your little one prepare for preschool!

Your Children are Our children

Buddy Bunch 

Register Today!

Age 18–36 months

A time for you and your child to explore, create and play together through age-appropriate activities promoting development. Siblings may not attend with the exception of multiples who are registered. Great prep for Toddler Time. Elk Grove Rec Center 6936 Fri 5/4-6/29

$104 9:00am-10:30am

Elk Grove Rec Center 9067 Fri 8/1-9/28

$126 9:00am-10:30am

Toddler Time Age 24–36 months

Toddlers participate in cooperative activities such as art, music, outdoor play, and story time. Parent participation not required. Children do not need to be potty trained but must be age 2 by the first day of class. Elk Grove Rec Center $112/month 9059 M,W 8/1-12/12 8:30am-10:15am 9060 M,W 8/1-12/12 10:30am-12:15pm Elk Grove Rec Center $119/month 9064 T,Th 8/2-12/13 8:30am-10:15am 9063 T,Th 8/2-12/13 10:30am-12:15pm

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Tiny Tot Preschools offer educational and recreational experiences where children are encouraged to explore and become involved in a safe, secure learning environment.

THE 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR REGISTRATION IS UNDERWAY (August 2018 - June 2019). There are 11 monthly sessions for the school year. Students are automatically registered for each session unless written notice of cancellation is received prior to the next tuition due date. The first payment is due along with a $75 non-refundable registration fee. Two weeks written notice prior to the next tuition due date is required if you decide to drop your child from the program.

Enrollment opportunities for current and upcoming school year are available. To schedule a classroom visit, please call: 1-916-405-5311 Registration Requirements: 1. Children must be the required age on or before December 31, 2018. 2. Children in the 3 and 4 year old programs must be potty trained by the first day of class.


TINY TOT PRESCHOOL

CSD PROGRAM

West Elk Grove Tiny Tot Connection Laguna Town Hall 3020 Renwick Avenue

Tiny Tot Pals

Stephenson Rec Center 5511 Dorcey Drive

Tiny Tot Station

Johnson Rec Center 3570 Marsh Point Drive

Tiny Tot Neighbors

Wackford Community Complex 9014 Bruceville Road

East Elk Grove

If you cannot find a schedule that works for your family, accommodations may be available. Monthly rate will be prorated based on time of registration.

8/2/18 – 6/27/19 T/Th mornings, 8:30–11:30 am ($190/month) All Locations T/Th afternoons, 12:30–3:30 pm ($190/month) TTKP, TTN

8/1/18 – 6/28/19

M/W/F mornings, 8:30–11:30 am ($252/month) All Locations M/W/F afternoons, 12:30–3:30 pm ($252/month) All Locations except TTS M/W afternoons, 12:30–3:30 pm ($172/month) TTFC, TTC, TTZ T/Th afternoons, 12:30–3:30 pm ($190/month) TTFC, TTP, TTZ, TTC

Elk Grove Rec Center, Room 3 8828 Elk Grove Blvd.

Tiny Tot Zone

Castello Rec Center 8830 El Toreador Way

Bond Rd. El Toreador Way

Tiny Tot Connection Tiny Tot Station

Tiny Tot Friendship Corner

Elk Grove-Florin Rd.

Tiny Tot Neighbors Laguna Blvd.

Tiny Tot Kids at Play

Elk Grove Rec Center, Room 2 8828 Elk Grove Blvd.

Bruceville Rd.

I-5

Franklin Blvd.

Laguna Main St.

Preschool: Age 3

Pre-Kindergarten:  Age 4

Terra Linda Dr.

Schedules

99 Elk Grove Blvd.

Tiny Tot Pals

Tiny Tot Zone

Tiny Tot Tiny Tot Kids at Play Friendship Corner

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TOTS CLASSES

MARTIAL ARTS, EDUCATION & FUN

You and Me Mathmagical Fun For the Little One

You and Me Chocolate Fun

Kinder Taekwondo Age 4–6 Increase coordination, self-esteem, and social interaction skills in addition to learning the fundamentals of Taekwondo/Karate for self defense. Special emphasis will be placed on the virtues of courtesy, self discipline, self control, and respect for others. Laguna Town Hall, Room 2 Instructor: Ronald Robinson BEGINNERS 7642 M,W 5/2-5/30* 7441 M,W 6/4-6/27 7442 M,W 7/2-7/30** 7443 M,W 8/1-8/29

Age 2–6, With Adult Each class will begin with listening to a story followed by a hands on math activity. Child and adult will work as a team to complete the activity intended to give the child an introduction to math concepts. Supplies included.

$75 $45 uniform fee

5:00pm-5:45pm 5:00pm-5:45pm 5:00pm-5:45pm 5:00pm-5:45pm

WHITE BELT WITH YELLOW STRIPE 7643 M,W 5/2-5/30 5:45pm-6:30pm 7444 M,W 6/4-6/27 5:45pm-6:30pm 7445 M,W 7/2-7/30** 5:45pm-6:30pm 7446 M,W 8/1-8/29 5:45pm-6:30pm *No Class 5/23, 5/28 (Optional class Fri 5/25) **No Class 7/4

Gifts from the Heart of Elk Grove 9685 Elk Grove-Florin Rd.

Age 4–10, With Adult Parent and child teams will have a great time bonding in this hands on chocolate making workshop. Recipes vary each time and always include a chocolate dipped pretzel, dipped marshmallows and a chocolate art project. A great evening of chocolate fun! Supplies included. Wackford Complex, Kitchen Instructor: Heather Saldivar  SUMMER FUN 7401 Wed 6/18 DAY AT THE BEACH 7402 Wed 7/25 OCEAN FUN 7403 Wed 8/8

$30

6:00pm-7:30pm 6:00pm-7:30pm 6:00pm-7:30pm

5:30pm-6:30pm

DOMINOS

7473 Wed 5/16 7474 Wed 5/16 MEASUREMENT 7470 Wed 6/6 IT’S ABOUT TIME 9188 Wed 7/11 7471 Wed 7/11

9:00am-10:00am 5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 9:00am-10:00am 5:30pm-6:30pm

You and Me Stories and Art From the Heart

Gifts from the Heart of Elk Grove 9685 Elk Grove-Florin Rd.

$12

Instructor: Susie Franklin Roeser 

Age 2-4 with Adult This course is designed to develop coordination, balance, attention span and basic self-defense movements in a fun structured environment. Instructor will cover different issues on safety. Instructor: Mark Gothard 7466 Sat 6/9-6/30 7467 Sat 7/7-7/28 7468 Sat 8/4-8/25

THREE LITTLE PIGS

7469 Wed 5/9

Age 2–6 with Adult Each class will begin with listening to a story followed by an art project that reflects the style of art in the book. Child and adult will work as a team to complete the art project. Supplies included.

Kids Self Defense and Safety

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

$10

Instructor: Susie Franklin Roeser 

$35

8:30am-9:00am 8:30am-9:00am 8:30am-9:00am

Pee Wee Sports Golf - Page 30 Basketball, Soccer, Tennis, T-ball - Pages 34-35

AUTHOR LEO LIONNI 7485 Wed 5/2 GOING TO THE ZOO 7481 Wed 5/30 LIFE ON MARS 7472 Wed 6/13 MEET FANCY NANCY 7484 Wed 7/18 LIGHTS IN THE NIGHT 8569 Wed 8/1 BACK TO SCHOOL 9189 Wed 8/8 8570 Wed 8/8 9190 Wed 8/29 8571 Wed 8/29

5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 9:00am-10:00am 5:30pm-6:30pm 9:00am-10:00am 5:30pm-6:30pm


DANCE & GYMNASTICS

TOTS CLASSES

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Dance Classes Me and My Shadow

First Steps in Dance

Ballet/Tap Combo

Age 2–3 with participating adult A parent participation class with emphasis on 'bubbly fun'. Activities include exercise and dancing to music, along with colorful hoops, scarves, balls and props. This class is recommended for 3-year-olds getting ready for First Steps in Dance. Comfortable clothing recommended.

Age 31/2 – 41/2 A bubbly fun class with colorful props, character acting through nursery rhymes, and story dances. Early beginning for ballet with exploration in fast and slow music, as well as tap dance preparation by use of rhythm and balance. Girls: wear pink all leather ballet shoes, pink or white tights (with feet), and any color leotard. Boys: wear black all leather ballet shoes, shorts or stretch pants, any T-shirt, any socks. This class is designed as 'drop-off.'

Age 41/2 – 7 Class includes introduction for the young dancer to ballet and tap dancing. Class includes vocabulary and fun sing-a-long routines. Girls: wear pink all leather ballet shoes and black soft soled tap shoes, pink or white tights (with feet), and any color leotard. Boys: wear black all leather ballet shoes and black soft soled oxford taps, and black shorts. Please call the Encore Studio for Dress Code questions. This class is designed as 'drop-off.'

Encore! Studio, 9154 E. Stockton Blvd. $60 7316 Sat 4/28-6/2* 12:00pm-12:30pm 7318 Mon 4/30-6/4* 7:00pm-7:30pm 7317 Sat 6/9-7/7 12:00pm-12:30pm 7319 Mon 6/11-7/9 7:00pm-7:30pm 9616 Mon 7/23-8/20 7:00pm-7:30pm 9615 Sat 7/28-8/25 12:00pm-12:30pm Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A/B $60 7314 Mon 4/30-6/4* 6:00pm-6:30pm 7312 Tue 5/1-6/5* 4:45pm-5:15pm 7315 Mon 6/11-7/9 6:00pm-6:30pm 7313 Tue 6/12-7/10 4:45pm-5:15pm 9614 Mon 7/23-8/20 6:00pm-6:30pm 9613 Tue 7/24-8/21 4:45pm-5:15pm *No Class 5/8, 5/26, 5/28

Encore! Studio, 9154 E. Stockton Blvd. $70 7308 Sat 4/28-6/2* 10:00am-10:45am 7310 Thu 5/3-5/31 5:30pm-6:15pm 7311 Thu 6/7-7/12* 5:30pm-6:15pm 7309 Sat 6/9-7/7 10:00am-10:45am 9620 Thu 7/26-8/23 5:30pm-6:15pm 9619 Sat 7/28-8/25 10:00am-10:45am Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A/B $70 7306 Mon 4/30-6/4* 5:00pm-5:45pm 7304 Tue 5/1-6/5* 6:30pm-7:15pm 7307 Mon 6/11-7/9 5:00pm-5:45pm 7305 Tue 6/12-7/10 6:30pm-7:15pm 9618 Mon 7/23-8/20 5:00pm-5:45pm 9617 Tue 7/24-8/21 6:30pm-7:15pm *No Class 5/8, 5/26, 5/28, 7/5

AGE 41/2–51/2 $70 Encore! Studio, 9154 E. Stockton Blvd. 7292 Sat 4/28-6/2* 9:00am-9:50am 7293 Sat 6/9-7/7 9:00am-9:50am 9611 Sat 7/28-8/25 9:00am-9:50am Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A/B 7290 Mon 4/30-6/4* 4:00pm-4:50pm 7288 Tue 5/1-6/5* 5:30pm-6:20pm 7291 Mon 6/11-7/9 4:00pm-4:50pm 7289 Tue 6/12-7/10 5:30pm-6:20pm 9610 Mon 7/23-8/20 4:00pm-4:50pm 9609 Tue 7/24-8/21 5:30pm-6:20pm AGE 51/2–7 $70 Encore! Studio, 9154 E. Stockton Blvd. 7294 Mon 4/30-6/4* 5:00pm-5:50pm 7295 Mon 6/11-7/9 5:00pm-5:50pm 9612 Mon 7/23-8/20 5:00pm-5:50pm AGE 6–8 $70 Encore! Studio, 9154 E. Stockton Blvd. 7296 Thu 5/3-5/31 4:30pm-5:20pm 7297 Thu 6/7-7/12* 4:30pm-5:20pm 9621 Thu 7/26-8/23 4:30pm-5:20pm *No Class 5/8, 5/26, 5/28, 7/5

Gymnastics Classes Taught by Elevate Gymnastics Academy staff

Parent Participation Gym Age 14 months – 2 years 11 months, With Adult Parent and child participate together in this movement exploration class, emphasizing rolling, climbing, and hanging. Only one child per adult. Child must be able to walk. Elevate Gym, 3132 Dwight Road, Suite 100

$70

6967 Tue 5/1-6/12* 10:30am-11:15am 6973 Wed 5/2-6/13* 10:40am-11:25am 6977 Wed 5/2-6/13* 6:30pm-7:15pm 6980 Fri 5/4-6/15* 5:30pm-6:15pm 7388 Tue 6/19-7/31* 10:30am-11:15am 7389 Wed 6/20-8/1* 10:40am-11:25am 7390 Wed 6/20-8/1* 6:30pm-7:15pm 7391 Fri 6/22-8/3* 5:30pm-6:15pm *No Class 5/29, 5/30, 6/1, 7/3, 7/4, 7/6

Tot Gym

Kinder Gym

Age 3 – 3 years 11 months A structured motor skill exploration class that helps to develop coordination, various gymnastic movements and activities. Parents do not participate.

Age 4 – 5 years 11 months Children are introduced to the balance beam, bars, vault, and trampoline. Classes will improve muscle coordination and motor development.

Elevate Gym, 3132 Dwight Road, Suite 100

Elevate Gym, 3132 Dwight Road, Suite 100

$70

6969 Tue 5/1-6/12* 11:30am-12:15pm 6971 Wed 5/2-6/13* 9:00am-9:45am 6974 Wed 5/2-6/13* 11:30am-12:15pm 7392 Tue 6/19-7/31* 11:30am-12:15pm 7393 Wed 6/20-8/1* 9:00am-9:45am 7394 Wed 6/20-8/1* 11:30am-12:15pm *No Class 5/29, 5/30, 7/3, 7/4

$70

6968 Tue 5/1-6/12* 11:30am-12:15pm 6972 Wed 5/2-6/13* 9:50am-10:35am 6975 Wed 5/2-6/13* 4:30pm-5:15pm 6979 Fri 5/4-6/15* 4:30pm-5:15pm 7384 Tue 6/19-7/31* 11:30am-12:15pm 7385 Wed 6/20-8/1* 9:50am-10:35am 7386 Wed 6/20-8/1* 4:30pm-5:15pm 7387 Fri 6/22-8/3* 4:30pm-5:15pm *No Class 5/29, 5/30, 6/1, 7/3, 7/4, 7/6

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YOUTH CLASSES

COOKING

Youth & Teens Cooking Camp

Cooking for Youth & Teens

You and Me Chocolate Fun

Age 8–17 Join this culinary camp where each day participants will prepare and eat a variety of healthy, delicious meal selections. Focus will be on sanitary practices and safety as they learn about basic kitchen skills including cutting, mixing, measuring, etc. Campers will use the ovens, stove top, as well as a variety of kitchen tools to prepare dishes. Supplies included.

Age 8–17 This class focuses on the basics of cooking. Participants will learn functional use of measuring implements, safe use of the stove, and correct food storage. Learn about healthy food handling, and conclude with a meal that they have prepared. Menu information available online at thegoldengourmet.com. Supplies included.

Age 4–10 with Adult Parent and child teams will have a great time bonding in this hands on chocolate making workshop. Recipes vary each time and always include a chocolate dipped pretzel, dipped marshmallows and a chocolate art project. A great evening of chocolate fun! Supplies included.

Wackford Complex, Kitchen

Instructor: Liza Kilgariff

Instructor: Liza Kilgariff PICNIC BASKET OPTIONS 7417 Wed 6/6 7364 Th 6/7

Instructor: Heather Saldivar SUMMER FUN 7401 Wed 6/13 DAY AT THE BEACH 7402 Wed 7/25 OCEAN FUN 7403 Wed 8/8

Wackford Complex, Kitchen $165 7367 M-Th 6/25-6/28 9:00am-11:30am 7368 M-Th 6/25-6/28 1:00pm-3:30pm Wackford Complex, Kitchen $205 7655 M-F 7/9-7/13 9:00am-11:30am 7656 M-F 7/9-7/13 1:00pm-3:30pm 7369 M-F 7/30-8/3 9:00am-11:30am 7370 M-F 7/30-8/3 1:00pm-3:30pm

PASTA, PASTA, PASTA 7418 Wed 7/11 7365 Th 7/12 ITALIAN 7419 Wed 8/15 7366 Th 8/16

$40

5:30pm-7:30pm 5:30pm-7:30pm

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Wackford Complex, Kitchen

$30

6:00pm-7:30pm 6:00pm-7:30pm 6:00pm-7:30pm

5:30pm-7:30pm 5:30pm-7:30pm 5:30pm-7:30pm

Chocolate Fun for Kids Age 7–12 Make delicious recipes including chocolate covered caramel pretzels, giant marshmallow s’mores and more. Projects vary by season. Learn candy making tips, storage, packing and the best on-line/local places to purchase supplies. Take home treats and recipes. Supplies included. Instructor: Heather Saldivar Wackford Complex, Kitchen

Please Note Children must be minimum age by the first day of class.

7398 Mon 6/11 7399 Mon 7/23 7400 Mon 8/6

$40 6:00pm-8:00pm 6:00pm-8:00pm 6:00pm-8:00pm


YOUTH CLASSES

MUSIC & ART

Instructor: Steve Dunne LEVEL 1 7350 Wed 5/23-6/27 7351 Wed 7/11-8/15 LEVEL 2 7352 Wed 5/23-6/27 7353 Wed 7/11-8/15

$90

Age 7–12 A piano program that has beginning students playing great sounding pop, blues, classical and accompaniment pieces from their first group lessons. This unique ‘playing-based’ approach produces unprecedented results. Supplies included. Participants share one piano. Laguna Town Hall, Room 1

5:30pm-6:25pm 5:30pm-6:25pm 6:30pm-7:25pm 6:30pm-7:25pm

Taught by NewSongs staff

Instructor: Sharissa Delgado LEVEL 1 7347 Mon 6/11-8/6* LEVEL 2 7348 Mon 6/11-8/6* *No Class 7/2

$185

4:30pm-5:20pm 5:30pm-6:20pm

Kid’s Painting

Kid’s Art

Age 8–15 We will be completing two paintings in this 4 week class. Students will learn how to blend and layer paint while creating highlights and lowlights to enhance their artwork. Artist quality acrylic paints will be used on canvas boards. Kids only need to bring their smile and creativity. Students will take home their finished masterpieces.

Age 6–12 This class is for kids who love making art! Different art mediums will be used in each class. Materials include: pastels, colored pencils, and watercolor paint. We will learn how to use the elements of art: color, line, shape, form, space, and texture. Everything needed will be supplied. Kid’s just need to bring their smiles and imagination. Young artists will take home their masterpieces.

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B

$65

Instructor: Nancy Quiaoit  7377 Tu 6/5-6/26 6:15pm-7:15pm 7378 Tu 7/10-7/31 6:15pm-7:15pm 7379 Tu 8/7-8/28 6:15pm-7:15pm

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B

$55

Instructor: Nancy Quiaoit  7374 Tu 6/5-6/26 4:30pm-5:30pm 7375 Tu 7/10-7/31 4:30pm-5:30pm 7376 Tu 8/7-8/28 4:30pm-5:30pm

Beginning Violin Age 5–10 Learn to make your strings sing. Begin with ‘Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star’ and progress to simple folk songs. Along the way, practice winning posture, rhythmic skill, and fine-tune your ears to make a perfect tone. Students must provide their own violin or contact NewSongs for rental. 10481 Grant Line Road, #100 7360 Fri 5/4-5/25 7361 Fri 6/8-6/29 7362 Fri 7/6-7/27* 7363 Fri 8/3-8/24 *No Class 7/6, prorated rate $45

$60 4:00pm-5:00pm 4:00pm-5:00pm 4:00pm-5:00pm 4:00pm-5:00pm

Beginning Drum Age 5–8 Students will work together to master rhythm skills by reading music and by ear, and play key drum rudiments with their sticks. Students will then use the tools they’ve learned to unlock their inner rock star and jam to the music they love! No experience required. 10481 Grant Line Road, #100 $70 Optional Supply Fee $35 7356 Th 5/3-5/24 7357 Th 6/7-6/28 7358 Th 7/5-7/26* 7359 Th 8/2-8/23 *No Class 7/5, prorated rate $52

3:30pm-4:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm

Family Time Painting in the Park Age 5+ Come and spend an afternoon painting in the park with your family. Pinot's Palette staff will walk you through the steps of creating your masterpiece. All paint, brushes, canvas and aprons will be provided for the class. Instructor: Pinot’s Palette staff Elk Grove Park- Picnic Area 1A AGE 5+ Adult must register with child SANDY ADVENTURE 7430 Sat 6/2 11:00 am-1:00 pm

($15/person)

COLORFUL KITTY 7431 Sat 7/14 11:00 am-1:00 pm

AGE 10+ ($35) SING ME A SONG

LITTLE HOOTIE PIE 7433

Sat

Sat

7432 6/16 11:00 am-1:00pm

8/4 11:00 am-1:00 pm

TROLLING AROUND 7434 Sat 8/18 11:00 am-1:00 pm

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Age 8–12 Learn the basics of playing. Students will learn how to read music and play basic chords with fun, popular songs. Students must provide their own guitar. Supplies included. Wackford Complex, Willow Room

NewSongs School of Music

Piano Lessons with Simply Music

Guitar for Kids

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YOUTH CLASSES

MARTIAL ARTS

School of the Tiger

Kids Self-Defense and Safety

Junior Taekwondo

Age 6–12 Your child will learn a variety of martial art disciplines in a relaxed, structured program. Your child will learn honesty, integrity, loyalty, courtesy and have respect for themselves and others while building self-discipline and self-confidence. Learn about setting goals and how to achieve them.

Age 5–17 This course is designed to develop coordination, balance, attention span and basic self-defense movements in a fun structured environment. Instructor will cover different issues on safety. Instructor’s approval required for enrollment beyond White Belt.

Age 7–13 Designed to promote muscular development, improve coordination and flexibility, and familiarize students with the fundamental Taekwondo exercises and techniques for self-defense skills. Non-competitive format, students advance on their individual abilities.

Optional: $30 uniform, $10 belt advancement

Instructor: School of the Tiger staff, Jack Raderchak $35 optional uniform fee

Instructor: Mark Gothard

BEGINNING Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $55 7543 M,W 6/4-6/27 5:00pm-6:00pm 7544 M,W 7/2-7/30* 5:00pm-6:00pm 7545 M,W 8/1-8/29 5:00pm-6:00pm

WHITE BELT (AGE 5–13) 7565 Sat 6/9-6/30 9:05am-9:45am 7566 Sat 7/7-7/28 9:05am-9:45am 7567 Sat 8/4-8/25 9:05am-9:45am YELLOW BELT (AGE 5–13) 7571 Sat 6/9-6/30 9:50am-10:30am 7572 Sat 7/7-7/28 9:50am-10:30am 7573 Sat 8/4-8/25 9:50am-10:30am ORANGE/PURPLE BELT (AGE 6–15) 7559 Sat 6/9-6/30 10:45am-11:25am 7560 Sat 7/7-7/28 10:45am-11:25am 7561 Sat 8/4-8/25 10:45am-11:25am GREEN BELT (AGE 8–17) 7556 Sat 6/9-6/30 11:30am-12:10pm 7557 Sat 7/7-7/28 11:30am-12:10pm 7558 Sat 8/4-8/25 11:30am-12:10pm RED/BROWN/BLACK BELT (AGE 8–17) 7562 Sat 6/9-6/30 12:15pm-12:55pm 7563 Sat 7/7-7/28 12:15pm-12:55pm 7564 Sat 8/4-8/25 12:15pm-12:55pm

Laguna Town Hall, Room 2 $75 Optional Supply Fee $45 Instructor: Ronald Robinson 7539 M,W 5/2-5/30* 6:30pm-7:15pm 7540 M,W 6/4-6/27 6:30pm-7:15pm 7541 M,W 7/2-7/30** 6:30pm-7:15pm 7542 M,W 8/1-8/29 6:30pm-7:15pm *No Class 5/23, 5/28 (Optional class Friday 5/25) **No Class 7/4

Karate

Elk Grove Park, Pavilion 7546 T,Th 6/5-6/28 7547 T,Th 7/5-7/31 7554 T,Th 8/2-8/30

$55 5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm

INTERMEDIATE Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $55 7555 M,W 6/4-6/27 6:00pm-7:00pm 7577 M,W 7/2-7/30* 6:00pm-7:00pm 7578 M,W 8/1-8/29 6:00pm-7:00pm Elk Grove Park, Pavilion 7579 T,Th 6/5-6/28 7580 T,Th 7/5-7/31 7581 T,Th 8/2-8/30 *No Class 7/4, 7/26

$55 6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A $35

Laguna Town Hall, Room 2 $35 WHITE BELT(AGE 5–13) 7568 Tue 6/5-6/26 5:15pm-5:55pm 7569 Tue 7/10-7/31 5:15pm-5:55pm 7570 Tue 8/7-8/28 5:15pm-5:55pm YELLOW BELT (AGE 5–13) 7574 Tue 6/5-6/26 6:00pm-6:40pm 7575 Tue 7/10-7/31 6:00pm-6:40pm 7576 Tue 8/7-8/28 6:00pm-6:40pm ORANGE BELT & ABOVE (AGE 6-13) 9328 Tue 6/5-6/26 6:45pm-7:25pm 9329 Tue 7/10-7/31 6:45pm-7:25pm 9330 Tue 8/7-8/28 6:45pm-7:25pm

Kids Jeet Kune Do Age 6–12 Come learn the martial art that Bruce Lee developed. This class focuses on discipline, respect, self-defense, confidence, fitness, and fun. Bring water bottle and wear shoes. Instructor’s approval is required for enrollment in the intermediate classes. Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

$45

Instructor: Shannon Newman BEGINNING 7548 M,W 6/4-6/27 7549 M,W 7/2-7/30* 7550 M,W 8/1-8/29 INTERMEDIATE 7551 M,W 6/4-6/27 7552 M,W 7/2-7/30* 7553 M,W 8/1-8/29 *No Class 7/4

5:45pm-6:25pm 5:45pm-6:25pm 5:45pm-6:25pm 6:30pm-7:20pm 6:30pm-7:20pm 6:30pm-7:20pm


DANCE

& GYMNASTICS

YOUTH CLASSES

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Age 7–11 Get a glimpse of the Pacific. This class will offer a collection of Polynesian dances. Students will learn basic dance movements, featured dances and explore some traditions of the Polynesian culture, such as costume and implement making. Students may also have the opportunity to participate in performances. Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $25 Optional Supply Fee Varies Instructor: Maria Cisneros 7331 Th 6/7-6/28 6:00pm-7:00pm 7332 Th 7/5-7/26* 6:00pm-7:00pm 7333 Th 8/2-8/23 6:00pm-7:00pm *No Class 7/19, prorated rate $19

Dance Classes

Hot Hula Fitness for Youth/Teens/ Adults

Taught by Encore! Studio of Performing Arts staff These classes are designed as ‘drop-off.’ Call Encore Studio (916) 685-0931 for more info, dress code questions and where to buy dance shoes.

Age 8+ Combine Polynesian steps and basic dance moves in a fun, addictive workout for all fitness levels. Total body, low-impact, but effective workout incorporates isolated movements with an emphasis on the core, legs and glutes that tones and strengthens, while increasing stamina, endurance, flexibility and coordination. Bring a water bottle and wear non-restrictive workout attire. Participants can be barefoot. Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $20 Optional Supply Fee Varies 7334 Th 6/7-6/28 5:00pm-5:50pm 7335 Th 7/5-7/26* 5:00pm-5:50pm 7336 Th 8/2-8/23 5:00pm-5:50pm *No Class 7/19, prorated rate $19

Basic Gym Age 6–11 Designed to develop coordination and teach beginning tumbling, vault, bars, beam and trampoline. Elevate Gym, 3132 Dwight Road, Suite 100

Hot Hula Fitness

$70

Instructor: Elevate Gymnastics Academy staff 6970 Tue 5/1-6/12 3:30pm-4:15pm 6976 Wed 5/2-6/13 5:30pm-6:15pm 6978 Fri 5/4-6/15 4:30pm-5:15pm 6981 Fri 5/4-6/15 5:30pm-6:15pm 7380 Tue 6/19-7/31* 3:30pm-4:15pm 7381 Wed 6/20-8/1* 5:30pm-6:15pm 7382 Fri 6/22-8/3* 4:30pm-5:15pm 7383 Fri 6/22-8/3* 5:30pm-6:15pm *No Class 5/29, 5/30, 6/1, 7/3, 7/4, 7/6

Ballet/Tap Combo

Club Hip Hop

Age 41/2 – 7 Class includes introduction for the young dancer to ballet and tap dancing. Class includes vocabulary and fun sing-a-long routines. Girls: wear pink all leather ballet shoes and black soft soled tap shoes, pink or white tights (with feet), and any color leotard. Boys: wear black all leather ballet shoes and black soft soled oxford taps, and black shorts. Please call the Encore Studio for Dress Code questions. This class is designed as 'drop-off.'

Age 6–11 Class includes current styles, terms & techniques of Hip Hop & Funk. Lots of fun & energy in this class! Join us for the latest moves & grooves on the Hip Hop scene. Please wear comfortable clothing. This class is designed as 'drop-off.'

AGE 41/2–51/2 $70 Encore! Studio, 9154 E. Stockton Blvd. 7292 Sat 4/28-6/2* 9:00am-9:50am 7293 Sat 6/9-7/7 9:00am-9:50am 9611 Sat 7/28-8/25 9:00am-9:50am Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A/B 7290 Mon 4/30-6/4* 4:00pm-4:50pm 7288 Tue 5/1-6/5* 5:30pm-6:20pm 7291 Mon 6/11-7/9 4:00pm-4:50pm 7289 Tue 6/12-7/10 5:30pm-6:20pm 9610 Mon 7/23-8/20 4:00pm-4:50pm 9609 Tue 7/24-8/21 5:30pm-6:20pm AGE 51/2–7 $70 Encore! Studio, 9154 E. Stockton Blvd. 7294 Mon 4/30-6/4* 5:00pm-5:50pm 7295 Mon 6/11-7/9 5:00pm-5:50pm 9612 Mon 7/23-8/20 5:00pm-5:50pm AGE 6–8 $70 Encore! Studio, 9154 E. Stockton Blvd. 7296 Thu 5/3-5/31 4:30pm-5:20pm 7297 Thu 6/7-7/12* 4:30pm-5:20pm 9621 Thu 7/26-8/23 4:30pm-5:20pm *No Class 5/8, 5/26, 5/28, 7/5

Wackford Complex, Willow Room AGE 6-8 7298 Mon 4/30-6/4* 7299 Mon 4/30-6/4* 7300 Mon 6/11-7/9 7301 Mon 6/11-7/9 9622 Mon 7/23-8/20 9623 Mon 7/23-8/20 AGE 9–11 7302 Mon 4/30-6/4* 7303 Mon 6/11-7/9 9624 Mon 7/23-8/20 *No Class 5/28

$70

5:00pm-5:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 5:00pm-5:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 5:00pm-5:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 7:00pm-7:45pm 7:00pm-7:45pm 7:00pm-7:45pm

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YOUTH CLASSES

SUMMER CAMPS

Creative Brain Robotics Camp

Summer Tech Camp Full Day

Age 4–7 This class is the perfect way to introduce your child to the Spanish Language. Designed with a variety of Latin-American songs, kids will learn useful Spanish words and phrases while participating in fun hands on activities, interactive games, singing and playing musical instruments. For more information visit www.musicelements.net.

Age 8–15 Creative Brain Robotics Camp offers an indepth exploration of robotics, electronics, engineering, creativity, and innovation. Participants will design robots and program them to perform specific tasks. Each student will take home their own robot at the end of camp.

Laguna Town Hall, Classroom 2

Instructor: Mike Boone  AGE 8-11 7675 M-F 6/25-6/29 9:00am-12:00pm AGE 12-15 7676 M-F 6/25-6/29 1:00pm-4:00pm

Age 10–13 The camp uses the innovative PodPi comics based system to teach electronics and programming. Each Student will take home their Arduino board and comics instructions so the adventure can continue long after the camp is complete. There will be a 30 minute break for lunch and the afternoon will turn in to board game camp. Additional information available at www.innogrove.com/kids.

Spanish Fiesta

$65

Instructor: Monica Frahm  8218 T,Th 6/12-6/28 3:30pm-4:30pm

Chess Camp Age 5–12 Develop your understanding of the king of games. Perfect for beginners and those looking to improve their skills. Chess is fun with benefits that go beyond the board itself. No previous knowledge of chess required. Instructor: Charlotte Bill, California Chess Academy Laguna Town Hall, Classroom 2 $100 7286 M,W,F 7/16-7/20 9:00am-11:30am Wackford Complex, Willow Room $100 7287 M,W,F 7/16-7/20 1:00pm-3:30pm

Wackford Complex, Willow Room

$205

Mobile Technology for Kids Camp Age 8–12 Watch your little genius’technology skills grow right before your eyes!! In Mobile Technology for Kids camp, we teach FUNdamentals through creating cool projects involving Coding, App Design, Robotics, Game Design, Electronics, & Typing Proficiency. Camp concludes with an exciting “Tech Showcase” featuring student projects. Wackford Complex, Willow Room

$330

Instructor: Mobile Technology for Kids Staff 8909 Mon 6/11-6/15 9:00am-2:00pm

Wackford Complex, Willow Room $300 Instructor: Peter Hansell  9065 M-F 7/16-7/20 9:00am-3:00pm

Summer Tech Camp Age 10–13 The camp uses the innovative PodPi comics based system. Each Student will take home their Arduino board and comics instructions so the adventure can continue long after the camp is complete. Additional information available at www.innogrove.com/kids . Wackford Complex, Willow Room $225 Instructor: Peter Hansell  9055 M-F 7/16-7/20 9:00am-12:00pm

Summer Tech Camp Board Game Afternoons Age 10–13 An afternoon of fun and with various board games. Additional information available at www.innogrove.com/kids Wackford Complex, Willow Room $100 Instructor:Peter Hansell  9061 M-F 7/16-7/20 12:30pm-3:00pm


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YOUTH CLASSES

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Taught by Play-Well TEKnologies staff

These classes are not affiliated with the LEGO® group.

Intro to STEM with LEGO®

Robotics using LEGO® WeDo

Jedi Engineering with LEGO®

Age 5–6 Give your imagination a boost with tens of thousands of LEGO parts! Build engineerdesigned projects such as: Cities, Garbage Trucks, Catamarans and Dinosaurs. Design and Build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment.

Age 6–8 Build and program robots in this Robotics class using the LEGO WeDo system. Learn programming skills, engineering concepts, and the names of robot components. Work in small groups to complete projects using tilt and motion sensors. This is a great way to prepare young Robotics enthusiasts for our more advance Robotics programs.

Age 5–7 The Force Awakens in this engineering course for young Jedi! Explore engineering principles by designing and building projects using LEGO® materials such as 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!

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

$170

8211 M-F 6/25-6/29 9:00am-12:00pm

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

$148

8213 M,Tu,Th,F 7/2-7/6* 9:00am-12:00pm *No Class 7/4

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

STEM Challenge with LEGO®

Robotics using LEGO® Mindstorms

Jedi Master Engineering LEGO®

Age 7–12 Gear up your engineering skills with tens of thousands of LEGO parts! Apply realworld concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture through engineer-designed projects such as Forklifts, Houseboats, Mini Golf Courses, and the London Tower Bridge. Design and Build as never before, and explore your craziest ideas in a supportive environment.

Age 9–12 Build and program robots in this Robotics class using the LEGO Mindstorms EV3 system. Learn about mechanical and software design, loops conditional statements, problem solving, and teamwork skills. 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.

Age 7 –12 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 projects using LEGO® materials such as X-Wings, AT-AT walkers, Pod Racers, Star Destroyers, Cloud Cities, Settlements, Fortresses, and other complex machines and structures from a galaxy far, far away.

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A $148 8214 M,T,Th,F 7/2-7/6* 1:00pm-4:00pm *No Class 7/4

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

$170

8212 M-F 6/25-6/29 1:00pm-4:00pm

$170

8216 M-F 7/9-7/13 9:00am-12:00pm

8217 M-F 7/9-7/13

$170

1:00pm-4:00pm

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YOUTH CLASSES

MAD SCIENCE SUMMER CAMPS

Science Classes by Mad Science Short Circuits

Mad Lab

Crazy Chemworks

Age 6–7 Summer malfunction! The robot worldtakeover is happening at Mad Science! Come discover robotics and explore with us as you learn the science behind robots, their uses, artificial intelligence and how we can benefit from them, as humans in everyday life. You may even get to interact with robots like BB8!! Throughout this camp, you will build your own robot and take it home at the end of the week! Supplies included.

Age 6–12 Come to the Mad Lab and go scientifically bonkers with a super cool variety of science topics. In Radical Reactions participants create gases, control chemical reactions and even generate power - with chemicals! In Chemical Counting participants will see awesome chemical magic, build model molecules and electroplate coins! In Cell City participants build models of the inner machinery of cells, unravel DNA and break a secret code. In Birds and the Beasts participants examine bugs and birds and even what they just ate - yuck! In Organ Trail participants learn about the amazing YOU from the inside out - from bones to brains to heart and lungs and more!

Age 6–12 This camp is full of reactions, observations, solutions, suspensions, explosions, concoctions, perplexions, digestions, and reflections just to name a few! Challenge friends in the labware game, combat evaporation, be amazed at the awesome power of glue technology and trigger some shocking chemical reactions. You'll snoop out counterfeit money, launch chemical explosions (not TOO big) and learn how and why the chemical world works. So dive into our fantastically fun pool of chemical experimentation! Just don't mix this one with that one or you might blow up the universe!

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

$190

8857 M-F 6/4-6/8 9:00am-12:00pm 8868 M-F 8/6-8/10 9:00am-12:00pm

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

EUREKA! The Inventor’s Camp

8858 M-F 6/4-6/8

8862

M-F

$170

6/18-6/22 9:00am-12:00pm

8859 M-F 6/11-6/15 9:00am-12:00pm

Age 6–12 Be inspired by the most famous inventors in history - Ben Franklin, the Wright Brothers, Leonardo Da Vinci, Rube Goldberg! - and create your OWN inventions! Use their techniques to break through a series of modern day challenges. You will learn how to invent solutions to problems and make them come to life, just like these legendary innovators did. Construct catapults and forts, design underwater vehicles, build a miniamplifier, and assemble a working light saber to take home. Thomas Edison said invention is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration, but this camp is 100% fun. Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

$170

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

$170

1:00pm-4:00pm

Radical Robots Spy Academy Age 6–12 Look out 007—the Mad Science Spy Academy is here! From message decoding to metal detectors and night vision, campers can check out spy equipment and even create their own edible message. Step into the shoes of a detective as you uncover forensics at crime scenes. Become a super spy and learn clever ways of performing tasks as we discuss the science that spies use. The take-homes for this camp were designed specially by Q himself! Wackford Complex, Willow Room

$170

8860 M-F 6/11-6/15 1:00pm-4:00pm

Age 8–12 In this camp participants will program robots, interact with them and build a cool robot to take home. Learn to control robots with simple buttons, light, an easy graphical user interface and even your own voice! A wide range of challenges await everyone from the mature beginner to the most experienced roboteer. Get ready to fire up your skills of deductive reasoning and problem solving. NEW ROBOT FOR 2018! Supplies included. Wackford Complex, Willow Room

$200

8861 M-F 6/18-6/22 1:00pm-4:00pm 8866 M-F 8/6-8/10 1:00pm-4:00pm


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NASA Journey To Space

Castaway Camp

Age 6–12 Mad Science and NASA have teamed up to bring you the excitement and wonder of space in this new voyage of discovery. See the principles of thrust and propulsion at work in a real rocket launch. Explore the atmosphere on earth and beyond. Watch stardust burn, and journey through a galaxy as you investigate the life cycle of stars. Explore the farthest reaches of our solar system and create a lunar eclipse in the “mad” planetary tour. Probe the mysteries of meteors and bounce around satellite light as you learn about space phenomena. Experience the life of an astronaut as you suit up for a space flight and then perform spacecraft repairs. This is an experience that is truly out of this world!

Age 6–12 An ecological adventure - Campers will find themselves stranded on island...now what?! Work together using the supplies you have to learn to survive until you are rescued. Create shelters, use water filtration systems, and study the island's animals. Learn how to harness the sun's energy to create solar cookers, communicate with technology, and work as a team! Campers will build daily projects to survive and escape the island. Don't forget your new duct tape flip flops on your journey back home!

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B $136 8863 M-T,Th-F 7/2-7/6* 9:00am-12:00pm *No Class 7/4

Flight Academy Age 6–12 It’s a bird! It’s a plane! No, it’s...everything from the earliest flying machines to the first rocket flights. This hands-on program will let you learn all about aerodynamics and the world above us. Explore the basic principles of flight, build airplanes, test them in wind tunnels, ride a hovercraft and construct balloon copters. Discover the mysteries of the galaxy, learn about celestial navigation, and take home a rocket that you have built yourself. We’ll be moving at light speed throughout the high velocity week!

Wackford Complex, Willow Room $136 8864 M-T,Th-F 7/2-7/6 1:00pm-4:00pm *No Class 7/4

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

$170

8865 M-F 7/23-7/27 9:00am-12:00pm

Science Rockstars Age 6–12 Grow your own crystals, make sidewalk chalk, and a chromatography t-shirt to keep. Participants experiment with inertia and gravity and learn what football players, ballet dancers and scientists have in common. Explore how equipment and movement work together to help you enjoy your favorite sports. Then learn all about visual effects in photography and movie-making as we examine how cameras work, how film captures light and stores images, and how filmmakers make images move. Finally, go mad with structures and machines as you build a geodesic dome you can sit inside. Discover how simple machines such as pulleys, wedges, screws and levers make our lives easier and then build a catapult to keep. Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

$170

8867 M-F 7/23-7/27 1:00pm-4:00pm

Mad Science Full Day Summer Camps Don't let the fun stop too soon! Combine Mad Science camps for a full day of fun at a discounted price! For session descriptions see class listings to the left. Full day camps are Monday–Friday, 9:00am–4:00pm and include 30 minutes of lunch time and 30 minutes of outdoor activities. Please bring a sac lunch. Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A/B SESSION 1: JUNE 4–8. AGE 6-7. $330 Short Circuits & Eureka! The Inventors Camp 8910 SESSION 2: JUNE 11–15. AGE 6-12. Mad Lab & Spy Academy

$330 8917

SESSION 3: JUNE 18–22. AGE 8-12. Crazy Chemworks & Radical Robots

$330 8918

SESSION 4: JULY 2–6*. AGE 6-12. NASA Journey to Space & Flight Academy *No Class 7/4

$262 8919

SESSION 5: JULY 23–27. AGE 6-12. Castaway & Science Rockstars

$330 8920

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YOUTH SPORTS

GOLF & TENNIS

Junior Golf

QuickStart Tennis Honesty Courtesy

Sportsmanship Respect Integrity Judgment Confidence Perseverance

Responsibility

Age 4–18 The First Tee program teaches boys and girls how to golf, and also to improve healthy habits, self-esteem, and understanding The Nine Core Values listed above. Classes will consist of putting, chipping, full swing, and understanding a golf course. Participants are encouraged to bring their own clubs, but one can be provided if needed. Emerald Lakes Golf Course 10651 E. Stockton Blvd

$189

Instructor: Natalie Farahani AGE 4 7770 Tue 6/19-7/31* 8:00am-9:30am 7778 Tue 8/21-9/25 6:00pm-7:30pm AGE 5-6 7771 Wed 6/20-8/1 8:00am-9:30am 7777 Wed 8/22-9/26 6:00pm-7:30pm AGE 7-8 7773 Thu 6/21-8/2 8:00am-9:30am 7776 Thu 8/23-9/27 6:00pm-7:30pm AGE 9-12 7770 Tue 6/19-7/31 8:00am-9:30am 7774 Fri 6/22-8/3* 8:00am-9:30am 7775 Fri 8/24-9/28* 6:00pm-7:30pm AGE 13-18 7772 Wed 6/20-8/1* 5:00pm-6:30pm *No Class 7/3, 7/4, 7/5. 7/6

Age 6–8 QuickStart Tennis is designed to allow kids of all levels to learn and play the game of tennis in an EASY and FUN way. Courts are scaled down to the size of the child and we will use age appropriate equipment such as smaller rackets and lower bouncing balls. Learn the game with friends and have a great time. Please bring your own racket. Miwok Park, Tennis Court

$125

Instructor: Kenny Pack, USPTA  AGE 6-8 7449 Sat 6/2-7/7 9:00am-10:30am 7451 Sat 7/14-8/18 9:00am-10:30am AGE 9-14 7450 Sat 6/2-7/7 10:45am-12:15pm 7452 Sat 7/14-8/18 10:45am-12:15pm

QuickStart Tennis Tournament Age 6–8 QuickStart Tennis is designed to allow kids of all levels to learn and play the game of tennis in an EASY and FUN way. Courts are scaled down to the size of the child and we will use age appropriate equipment such as smaller rackets and lower bouncing balls. Learn the game with friends and have a great time. Please bring your own racket. Miwok Park, Tennis Court

$15

Instructor: Kenny Pack, USPTA  AGE 6-8 7447 Sat 8/25

9:00am-11:00am

AGE 9-14 7448 Sat 8/25

12:00pm-2:00pm

Youth Tennis Fundamentals Age 7–12 Instructor’s approval required before enrolling into Advanced Beginning course. Work on stroke technique of the following: forehand, backhand, serve, serve-return, volley, and scoring. Players will establish skills that allow them to cooperatively rally and practice with each other. Please bring your own racket. Miwok Park, Tennis Court Instructor: Kenny Pack, USPTA BEGINNING 7458 Tu 6/5-6/19 7454 Wed 6/6-6/20 7455 Th 6/7-6/21 7459 Tu 7/10-7/24 7457 Wed 7/11-7/25 7462 Th 7/12-7/26 7460 Tu 8/7-8/28 7456 Wed 8/8-8/29 7461 Th 8/9-8/30

3:30pm-4:30pm $50 4:30pm-5:30pm $50 4:30pm-5:30pm $50 3:30pm-4:30pm $50 4:30pm-5:30pm $50 4:30pm-5:30pm $50 3:30pm-4:30pm $65 4:30pm-5:30pm $65 4:30pm-5:30pm $65

ADVANCED-BEGINNING 7463 Tu 6/5-6/19 4:30pm-5:30pm $50 7464 Tu 7/10-7/24 4:30pm-5:30pm $50 7465 Tu 8/7-8/28 4:30pm-5:30pm $65

Youth Tennis Camp Age 7–14 Participants at all levels will work on stroke techniques and tactics of the following: forehand, backhand, serve, volley, lob, drop shot and overhead shot. Incorporated into classes will be strategies, physical conditioning, and fun. Classes are taught by a USPTA Professional. Students should bring their own racket. Miwok Park, Tennis Court

$175

Instructor: Kenny Pack, USPTA 7666 M-F 6/25-6/29 10:00am-12:00pm 7667 M-F 7/30-8/3 10:00am-12:00pm


SEASONAL CLASSES

YOUTH SPORTS

Cosumnes CSD Summer Volleyball Clinic

Basketball/ All Sorts of Sports

Age 8–14

Age 10–14

Cosumnes CSD's new Jr Kings Basketball Academy is a once a week skills, drills and scrimmages program designed to focus on the core fundamentals of basketball. We encourage players of all skill levels to come out and participate with our experienced basketball coaches in a fun and positive environment. Participants will receive a jersey and additional giveaways.

Our summer clinic is a once a week program which will expose participants to the technique, rules and strategy of volleyball. Participants will learn from experienced staff the proper techniques of passing, setting, hitting and serving. In addition, basic rules such as scoring and violations will be addressed as well as simple strategies that will help participants better understand the game. This program will be focusing on the basics of the game in a positive setting for all skill levels. Participants will receive a t-shirt and additional giveaways.

Age 5–13

Wackford Complex

$100

Sat 6/23-8/25 11:00am-3:30pm

Wackford Complex

$100

Sat 6/23-8/25 5:00pm-7:00pm

BASKETBALL - Whether you are a beginner or advanced player, the drills will help improve your game. ASOS - Games including: T-ball, basketball, soccer, obstacle races and more. Laguna Community Park

$124

HALF DAY - ALL SORTS OF SPORTS (AGE 5–6) 9184 M-F 7/30 - 8/3 1:00 - 4:00 pm HALF DAY - ALL SORTS OF SPORTS (AGE 7–9) 9184 M-F 7/30 - 8/3 1:00 - 4:00 pm HALF DAY - ALL SORTS OF SPORTS (AGE 10–13) 9184 M-F 7/30 - 8/3 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Wackford Complex, Gym

$124

HALF DAY- BASKETBALL (AGE 5-6) 9184 M-F 7/30 - 8/3 9:00 am - 12:00 pm HALF DAY - BASKETBALL (AGE 7-9) 9184 M-F 7/30 - 8/3 9:00 am - 12:00 pm HALF DAY - BASKETBALL (AGE 10–13) 9184 M-F 7/30 - 8/3 9:00 am - 12:00 pm FULL DAY - BOTH SPORTS (AGE 7–13) $179 9184 M-F 7/30 - 8/3 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Age 5–12 Jr. NBA teaches players the fundamentals of basketball, good sportsmanship and teamwork in a fun, recreational environment. In this league, all players receive a Jr. NBA jersey, team and individual picture, and a medal. Includes 7 practices and 8 league games. Players must be 5 years old by player clinic day.

Age 7–12 Grab a friend and join the fun. Learn the fundamentals of basketball, good sportsmanship, and teamwork. All players will receive jersey, team and individual picture and a medal. Players must be 7 years old by player clinic day. Play includes 7 practices and 8 games.

Mark Your Calendar

Fall season is September-December 2018.

Registration begins in August for $125.

Soccer Skills and Drills Age 7–12 Get in shape for the soccer season! Participants will develop skills and techniques in shooting, dribbling and passing. Class will stress team strategies. Please bring a water bottle. Shin guards are required. Miwok Park, Soccer Field Instructor: Victor Alaniz 6914 Tu,Th 4/17-5/17 7743 Tu,Th 5/29-6/28

$82 6:30pm-7:30pm 6:30pm-7:30pm

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SUMMER CAMPS

All Skills Baseball & Softball Camp

Sand & Splash Camp Age 6–14

Age 7–12

“America’s past time” has now come to the Cosumnes CSD! No experience? No problem! This All Skills Baeball & Softball Camp will consist of skill-enhancing instruction on offense, defense and cover all the fundamentals needed to advance the participants skills. All participants will need a glove and athletic shoes or cleats. Swimming will take place in the afternoon and all participants are required to bring appropriate swimwear, along with a sack lunch or snacks for their lunch break. Early drop-off, 8am-9am, additional $25/week. Laguna Community Park

$149

Instructor: CSD staff 9057 M-F 6/18-6/22 9:00am-3:00pm

This Volleyball Camp is designed to help develop the skillsets of both sand and indoor players. No sand volleyball experience necessary! Each day, campers will get the opportunity to cool off at the Jerry Fox Swim Center after lunch (lunch not provided). This camp will provide those looking to have some fun in the sun along with developing more tools for the upcoming volleyball season, the Sand & Splash Volleyball Camp is for your athletes! All participants are required to bring appropriate swimwear. Early drop-off, 8am-9am, additional $25/week.

Come join us under the lights at Bartholomew Sports Park to learn fundamentals, teamwork, and good sportsmanship. This NFL Flag Football Camp will prepare all skill levels for the upcoming flag football season. Players will receive an NFL Flag Football Jersey and their own flag belt. Bartholomew Sports Park, Football Field $129 Instructor: CSD staff 8210 Fri 7/6-7/27

7:00pm-9:00pm

Instructor: CSD staff 9056 M-F 6/18-6/22 9:00am-3:00pm

Skyhawks Mini-Hawk Camp

Age 6–12

Age 4–7

Force Volleyball Volleyball Camp

Lacrosse combines the basic skills used in soccer, basketball, and hockey into one fast paced, high scoring game. Athletes will learn all the fundamentals of stick handling, cradling, passing, and shooting, all in a fun, non-checking environment. Our staff will ensure that campers not only learn the sport of lacrosse, but also important life skills such as respect, teamwork, and discipline. Every athlete will come away with a deep understanding of the game and its traditions.

This multi-sport program was developed to give children a positive first step into athletics. The essentials of baseball, basketball and soccer are taught in a safe, structured environment with lots of encouragement and a big focus on fun. Our Mini-Hawk games and activities were designed to allow campers to explore balance, movement, hand/eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace.

Laguna Community Park

9053 M-F 8/6-8/10 9:00am-12:00pm

9053 M-F 7/23-7/27 9:00am-12:00pm

Age 6–14

Elk Grove Park & Jerry Fox Swim Center $149

Skyhawks Lacrosse Camp

$179

Summer Night Lights Flag Football Camp

Laguna Community Park

$179

7th–12th Graders ALL SKILLS CAMP – Covers all fundamental skills. Techniques will be broken down into single contacts, then utilized in drills and competition games. Perfect for players to improve their game and get a workout. DRILL CAMP – Designed to improve your chances of making a school team. In addition to instruction and competition, players will be taught strategies on getting noticed. Players will be subjected to tryout tests such as ‘Vertec’ jump and speed and agility drills. Wackford Complex, Gym

$150

Instructor: Kristen Williams & Force Performance Club coaches ALL SKILLS CAMP 7952 M-Th 6/11 - 6/14 DRILL CAMP 7953 M-Th 7/30 - 8/2

1:00 - 4:00 pm 1:00 - 4:00 pm


SUMMER CAMPS

Age 6–12 Join Rob Skate Academy in a fun filled week of skateboarding. Participants will learn basic foot placement, new tricks, and different riding styles. Class is for beginners and intermediate skate board riders. *A skateboard and helmet are required, and kneepads are recommended. Skate Park

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Elementary Summer Sports Camp 9:00–3:00 pm, $115 Early Drop-Off: 8–9 am, add $25

$179

Age 6-12

Instructor: Robert Ferguson  9050 M-F 6/25-6/29 9:00am-12:00pm 9051 M-F 7/9-7/13 9:00am-12:00pm 9052 M-F 7/30-8/3 9:00am-12:00pm

Shooting Skills and Drills Camp Age 5–17 Join basketball coach Bill Nelson for a basketball camp targeted for players that want to improve their individual skills. We will break down each player’s jump shot and teach proper techniques, footwork, use of screens, how to get open, movement without the ball, and how to create and make shots. Medical registration form required. Wackford Complex, Gym

$99*

Join us for a week of indoor/ outdoor sports focusing on improving skills through drills and fun games with an emphasis on fair play and teamwork. Participants can swim daily and will need to bring a swimsuit and lunch. Camp t-shirts will be provided.

Wackford Complex, Gym 8190 M-F 6/25 - 6/29 8190 M-F 7/2 - 7/6* 8190 M-F 7/9 - 7/13 8190 M-F 7/16 - 7/20 8190 M-F 7/23 - 7/27 *No Camp 7/4

Instructor: William Nelson 9254 M-W 7/9 - 7/11 9:00am-12:00pm *Early Drop-Off 8-9am ($15/week)

Got Skills Basketball Camp Age 5–17 Join coach and instructor Bill Nelson and high school and college players for a camp committed to teaching fundamental skills through learning stations, games and various contests. Wackford Complex, Gym Instructor: William Nelson AGE 5-6 (HALF DAY) $110* 8041 M-F 6/18 - 6/22 9:00 am - 12:00 pm AGE 5-17 (FULL DAY) $175* 8041 M-F 6/18 - 6/22 9:00 am - 3:00 pm *Early Drop-Off 8-9am ($15/week)

Challenger Sports British Soccer Camp Age 5–12 Provides players of all abilities high-level coaching from international experts. Focus on individual foot skills, 1-vs-1, technical drills, and games. Our World Cup Tournament allows campers to learn about soccer-playing countries. Receive a t-shirt, soccer ball, poster, and personal evaluation. Call 265-2498 for more info. Johnson Park

$170

Instructor: Challenger Sports staff 7769 M-F 7/9 - 7/13 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Age 6 and under. This supervised, non-instructional play time is the answer! Your little ones can enjoy tumbling mats & tunnels, hula hoops, hoppy balls, and tricycles! Parents are required to stay and participate. Register at the door. Free for toddlers under age 1.

Year-Round* • Tu/Wed/Th 11:30–1:30 pm Wackford Complex, Gym $3/visit

• $27/10-visit punch pass *Closed 6/18-8/10

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YEAR-ROUND CLASSES

After School Basketball Camp

Pee Wee Basketball

Age 7–12 Venture into the world of basketball through this camp that teaches the fundamentals through both team and individual drills focusing on offensive and defensive concepts, shooting, passing, ball handling and agility footwork. Please wear basketball court shoes and comfortable clothing. Wackford Complex, Gym

$70

5752 T,Th 5/8-6/5* 3:45pm-4:45pm 7706 T,Th 6/19-7/19 3:45pm-4:45pm 7707 T,Th 7/24-8/30** 3:45pm-4:45pm 7716 T,Th 9/4-10/4 3:45pm-4:45pm *Prorated class $54 **No Class 7/31, 8/2

Billy Bounce Basketball Age 5–10 Focus on fun while learning the basics in an enthusiastic environment. Participants will receive a Billy Bounce basketball and T-Shirt while preparing for the next Jr. NBA/She’s Got Game season. Wackford Complex, Gym

$80

AGE 5–7 5746 Sun 5/13-7/8* 9:00am-9:45am 7722 Sun 7/22-9/16** 9:00am-9:45am 7726 Sun 9/30-11/18 9:00am-9:45am AGE 8–10 5748 Sun 5/13-7/8* 10:00am-10:45am 7725 Sun 7/22-9/16** 10:00am-10:45am 7727 Sun 9/30-11/18 10:00am-10:45am *No Class 5/27 **No Class 9/2

Age 3–6 Putting the FUN back into fundamentals! Children will be introduced to the basics through a variety of high energy drills while focusing on socialization, teamwork and gross motor skills. Please wear appropriate shoes. Wackford Complex, Gym AGE 3–4 $42 5692 Sat 4/21-5/19 9:00am-9:30am 7677 Th 5/3-5/31 5:00pm-5:30pm 7678 Th 5/3-5/31 5:30pm-6:00pm 7679 Tu 5/8-6/5 9:00am-9:30am 7680 Tu 5/8-6/5 5:00pm-5:30pm 7681 Tu 5/8-6/5 5:30pm-6:00pm 5693 Sat 6/9-7/7 9:00am-9:30am 7682 Tu 6/12-7/10 5:00pm-5:30pm 7683 Tu 6/12-7/10 5:30pm-6:00pm 7684 Th 6/14-7/12 5:00pm-5:30pm 7685 Th 6/14-7/12 5:30pm-6:00pm 7686 Sat 7/14-8/11 9:00am-9:30am 7687 Tu 7/17-8/14 5:00pm-5:30pm 7688 Tu 7/17-8/14 5:30pm-6:00pm 7689 Th 7/19-8/16 5:00pm-5:30pm 7690 Th 7/19-8/16 5:30pm-6:00pm 7691 Sat 8/18-9/22* 9:00am-9:30am 7692 Tu 8/21-9/18 5:00pm-5:30pm 7693 Tu 8/21-9/18 5:30pm-6:00pm 7694 Th 8/23-9/20 5:00pm-5:30pm 7695 Th 8/23-9/20 5:30pm-6:00pm AGE 5–6 7696 Th 5/3-5/31 7697 Tu 5/8-6/5 7700 Tu 6/12-7/10 7701 Th 6/14-7/12 7702 Tu 7/17-8/14 7703 Th 7/19-8/16 7704 Th 8/16-9/13 7705 Tu 8/21-9/18 *No Class 9/1

$62 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm

Indoor Pee Wee Soccer Age 3–6 Introduce your child to the world of soccer where he or she will learn the basic fundamentals. Instruction will encourage age-appropriate activities while teaching socialization, team work, and gross motor skills. Wear athletic shoes (no cleats allowed). Wackford Complex, Gym AGE 3–4 $42 7744 Wed 5/2-5/30 10:30am-11:00am 7745 Wed 5/2-5/30 5:00pm-5:30pm 7746 Wed 5/2-5/30 5:30pm-6:00pm 7747 Fri 5/4-6/1 5:00pm-5:30pm 7748 Fri 5/4-6/1 5:30pm-6:00pm 7749 Wed 6/6-7/11* 5:00pm-5:30pm 7750 Wed 6/6-7/11* 5:30pm-6:00pm 7751 Fri 6/15-7/13 5:00pm-5:30pm 7752 Fri 6/15-7/13 5:30pm-6:00pm 7753 Wed 7/18-8/15 5:00pm-5:30pm 7754 Wed 7/18-8/15 5:30pm-6:00pm 7755 Fri 7/20-8/17 5:00pm-5:30pm 7756 Fri 7/20-8/17 5:30pm-6:00pm 7757 Wed 8/22-9/19 5:00pm-5:30pm 7758 Wed 8/22-9/19 5:30pm-6:00pm 7759 Fri 8/24-9/21 5:00pm-5:30pm 7760 Fri 8/24-9/21 5:30pm-6:00pm AGE 5–6 7761 Wed 5/2-5/30 7762 Fri 5/4-6/1 7763 Wed 6/6-7/11* 7764 Fri 6/15-7/13 7765 Wed 7/18-8/15 7766 Fri 7/20-8/17 7767 Wed 8/22-9/19 7768 Fri 8/24-9/21 *No Class 7/4

$62 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm 6:00pm-6:45pm


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NFL Flag Football League

Pee Wee Soccer League

Age 5 – 14 Teaches boys and girls the fundamentals, good sportsmanship and teamwork all in a fun, recreation way. Practices begin in August with locations, day and time TBD by the coach. All players will receive an NFL Flag Jersey, mouthpiece, team picture, individual picture, and a CSD custom medal.

Age 3–6 Teaches boys and girls the FUNdamentals, good sportsmanship and team work all in a participation-based, recreational environment. Members are often grouped by school of attendance. Practice day and time TBD by the coach. No score is kept and FUN is the focus. The “Soccer Tribune,” a newsletter detailing important dates, team assignments and photo day, is available at registration.

Age 3-6 Each class will introduce age-appropriate activities designed to promote and refine balance, movement and spatial awareness. Classes are fast-paced to keep children active and engaged. Classes are a perfect start for beginners and are taught by a U.S. Professional Tennis Association Instructor. Students must bring their own racket.

SEASON: 6/9/17 – 7/28/17

Instructor: Kenny Pack  AGE 3-4 7410 Wed 6/6-6/20 3:30pm-4:00pm $40 7411 Wed 7/11-7/25 3:30pm-4:00pm $40 7412 Wed 8/8-8/29 3:30pm-4:00pm $50

SEASON: 9/8/18 – 11/3/18 *No Games 10/6/18 Coaches Meeting: 8/9, 7pm at Wackford Player Clinic Day: 8/11 Div 3: Age 5-7, N/A Div 2: Age 8-10, 9am Div 1: Age 11-14, 11am Picture Day: 8/25, Bartholomew Sports Complex Games Begin: 9/8 Location: Laguna Community Park Registration Starts: 5/21 Cost: $125 through through 7/15. Beginning 7/16 late registration if space is available $135.

Outdoor Pee Wee Soccer Age 3–6 Introduce your child to sports through a noncompletive clinic. Instruction will encourage age-appropriate activities while teaching socialization, team work, and gross motor skills. This class provides a fun and positive interaction in a nurturing environment. Parents are encouraged to participate. Miwok Park, Soccer Field

Pee Wee Tennis

Coaches Meeting: 5/8, 7 pm, WCAC Picture Day: 6/2, Laguna Community Park Games Begin: 6/9 Locations: Laguna Community Park & Morse Park Cost: $115 through 4/16. Beginning 4/17, late registration if space available $125.

KIDZ LOVE SOCCER Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer Age 2–3 Introduce your toddler to the world's most popular game! As you and your child participate in our fun age appropriate activities, your child will be developing their large motor skills and socialization skills. The fun happens on the field, and in Mommy/ Daddy & Me Soccer, parents are part of the action, not watching from the sidelines! All kids receive a Kidz Love Soccer jersey!

Instructor: John Ebner & Victor Alaniz

Miwok Park, Soccer Field

AGE 3-4 6677 Tue 4/17-5/15 6909 Wed 4/18-5/16 6910 Th 4/19-5/17 7735 Tue 5/29-6/26 7736 Wed 5/30-6/27 7737 Th 5/31-6/28 7738 Wed 7/11-8/8

$42 5:15pm-5:45pm 5:15pm-5:45pm 5:15pm-5:45pm 5:15pm-5:45pm 5:15pm-5:45pm 5:15pm-5:45pm 5:15pm-5:45pm

Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer Staff 5738 Wed 4/11-5/16 5:00pm-5:30pm 7733 Wed 7/11-8/15 5:00pm-5:30pm 7734 Wed 10/17-12/12* 5:00pm-5:30pm *No Class 10/31, 11/21

AGE 5-6 6908 Tue 4/17-5/15 6912 Wed 4/18-5/16 6913 Th 4/19-5/17 7739 Tue 5/29-6/26 7740 Wed 5/30-6/27 7741 Th 5/31-6/28 7742 Wed 7/11-8/8

$62 5:45pm-6:30pm 5:45pm-6:30pm 5:45pm-6:30pm 5:45pm-6:30pm 5:45pm-6:30pm 5:45pm-6:30pm 5:45pm-6:30pm

$71

Miwok Park, Tennis Court

AGE 5-6 7413 Wed 6/6-6/20 4:00pm-4:30pm $40 7414 Wed 7/11-7/25 4:00pm-4:30pm $40 7415 Wed 8/8-8/29 4:00pm-4:30pm $50

Pee Wee T-ball Age 31/2–6 Calling all home run hitters! Join a class designed to prepare kids for the upcoming t-ball season. The fundamental skills of baseball will be taught through a variety of skills, drills and age appropriate games. Players must be age 31/2 by 7/30/18. Wackford Complex, Gym

$48

Instructor: CSD staff AGE 31/2-4 7728 Mon 7/30-8/27 4:30pm-5:15pm 7729 Mon 9/10-10/15* 4:30pm-5:15pm AGE 5-6 7731 Mon 7/30-8/27 5:30pm-6:15pm 7732 Mon 9/10-10/15* 5:30pm-6:15pm *No Class 10/8

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TEEN SUMMER CSD PROGRAM ADVENTURE CAMP

CSD PROGRAM

June 4 - August 10, 2018 Held at The Grove Teen Center, Wackford Community Complex Come hang out with your friends and make new friends, all summer long! Each week, teens will participate in awesome games, sports, art projects, contests, daily swimming at the Wackford pool, special events, and a weekly field trip.

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Half-Day

Full-Day

12:30 pm – 6:00 pm, $120/wk (includes field trip)

8:00 am – 6:00 pm, $175/wk (includes field trip)

8886 Tu-F 6/4 - 6/8 8887 M-F 6/11 - 6/15 8888 M-F 6/18 - 6/22 8889 M-F 6/25 - 6/29 8890 M-F 7/2 - 7/6* 8891 M-F 7/9 - 7/13 8892 M-F 7/16 - 7/20 8893 M-F 7/23 - 7/27 8894 M-F 7/30 - 8/3 8895 M-F 8/6-8/10

8869 Tu-F 6/4 - 6/8 8870 M-F 6/11 - 6/15 8878 M-F 6/18 - 6/22 8879 M-F 6/25 - 6/29 8880 M-F 7/2 - 7/6* 8881 M-F 7/9 - 7/13 8882 M-F 7/16 - 7/20 8883 M-F 7/23 - 7/27 8884 M-F 7/30 - 8/3 8885 M-F 8/6-8/10

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The Teen Center is closed on field trip days. Early Drop-Off for 7am-8am add $20/week. Date 6/6 6/13 6/20 6/27 – 7/11 7/18 7/25 8/1 8/8

Theme Summer Camp Mashup Now Playing on Broadway Decades Fantasy Voyage Party In The USA Surf & Turf July is Park & Rec Month Living the Dream Winter Olympics Around the World

*Closed 7/4

Weekly Trip Bubble Soccer Century Movie Theater Strikes Bowling Quarry Park Adventure * No Trip - Holiday Rockin' Jump Elk Grove Park - Field Day! California State Fair Skatetown USA John's Incredible Pizza


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CSD PROGRAM

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The Grove Teen Center

Elk Grove’s largest teen recreation facility, offering exciting leisure amenities! Located in the Wackford Complex, 9014 Bruceville Road

Become a member!

For students enrolled in grades 7–12. Annual membership fee is $125. Register at the Wackford Complex.

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AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM Monday–Thursday: 3–6 pm

Friday: 2–6 pm

*Last day of after-school program is May 22, 2018. 2018-19 Membership begins August 16.

Awesome Equipment

Cool Stuff To Do

• Snack Bar • Computers • Wii U • Flat Screen TVs • Xbox One • PlayStation 4 • Pool Table • Patio • Foosball & Ping Pong Table • Basketball Hoop

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GET INVOLVED Teen Leadership Committee (TLC)

Teen Action Committee (TAC)

TLC is a group of students that has an interest in learning how to be effective leaders. Members receive leadership training, work on fun service projects, and volunteer. Past projects include: Harry Potter Late Night, Thanksgiving Dinner, KC site visit, and a college campus tour.

TAC is a group of students that works as a team to create positive opportunities for Elk Grove teens. Members meet once every other week to discuss current youth trends and plan positive events that better their community. Past events include: Teen Forum, Unity Day, "Strike the Mic" Open Mic Night, Study Hall, Giant Pumpkin Festival, Art in Motion Teen Festival, and Spring EGGstravaganza.

For middle school students

For high school students

Interested in joining one of these committees?

Applications to become a TAC or TLC board member for upcoming 2018-19 school year are available at yourcsd.com. Application deadline is August 1.


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TEEN CLASSES

DRIVER ED, TENNIS, & MUSIC

Tennis with USPTA Kenny Pack

Driver Education Taught by All Good Driving School, Inc. Staff A California-required course for teens to receive a driver’s license. It is the first step to receive a driver’s permit. Classes do not include behind-the-wheel driving.

Please bring your own racket.

Teen Tennis Fundamentals

Driver Ed Age 15–17 Instructors use a variety of teaching styles to entertain and engage all learner types. Bring a sack lunch, pen and paper to class. Class must be completed in its entirety to receive a DMVaccepted completion certificate. Wackford Complex, Willow Room 7510 M-Th 6/4-6/7 7522 M-Th 7/9-7/12 7523 M-Th 7/30-8/2

$99

9:00am-4:00pm 9:00am-4:00pm 9:00am-4:00pm

Driver Ed – Online Age 15–17 An interactive, fun and educational program with all work completed on-line any time with immediate test results. DMV-accepted certificate received when course is passed. You will receive a confirmation e-mail from All Good Driving School within 72 hours with directions on how to proceed. There are no refunds once registered. This is an online class. 7170 May 7506 June 7507 July 7508 August

$40

Age 13–18

Learn skills that include gripping, stance, footwork, back swing, point of contact, follow through and toss. Participants will work on stroke technique, tactics, and strategies of one of the following: forehand, backhand, serve, volley, lob, and overhead. Students must bring their own racket. Miwok Park, Tennis Court Instructor: Kenny Pack 7518 Wed 6/6-6/20 5:30pm-6:30pm $50 7519 Wed 7/11-7/25 5:30pm-6:30pm $50 7520 Wed 8/8-8/29 5:30pm-6:30pm $65

Advanced Teen Tennis Age 13–18

Instructor’s approval required before enrolling. Bring your tennis game to the next level. Develop depth and consistency from all areas of the court on the forehand and backhand, serving, return service, volleys, lobs, and overheads. Learn strategy and tactics including putting speed and spin on the ball. Miwok Park, Tennis Court Instructor: Kenny Pack 7488 Th 6/7-6/21 5:30pm-6:30pm $50 7487 Th 7/12-7/26 5:30pm-6:30pm $50 7489 Th 8/9-8/30 5:30pm-6:30pm $65

Guitar for Teens/Adults Age 13+ Learn the basics of guitar playing. Students will learn how to read music and play basic chords with fun, popular songs. Students must provide their own guitar. Supplies included. Wackford Complex, Willow Room Instructor: Steve Dunne LEVEL 1 7354 Wed 5/23-6/27 LEVEL 2 7355 Wed 7/11-8/15

$90

7:30pm-8:30pm 7:30pm-8:30pm

Piano Lessons with Simply Music – Teen/Adult Age 13+ A piano program that has beginning students playing great sounding pop, blues, classical and accompaniment pieces from their first group lessons. Participants share a piano for a unique ‘playing-based’ approach, which produces unprecedented results. Supplies included. Laguna Town Hall, Room 1 Instructor: Sharissa Delgado LEVEL 1 7349 Mon 6/11-8/6* *No Class 7/2

$185

6:30pm-7:20pm


MARTIAL ARTS, COOKING, & ZUMBA

Taught by School of the Tiger staff www.schoolofthetiger.com

Teen/Adult Karate Age 13+ Designed for teens, young adults and parents. Participate in a style of martial arts that promotes a strong bond through achieving mutual goals. Work with your son, daughter, husband, wife or with fellow students learning both Jujitsu and Karate. Practice together, learn together, achieve together. Wackford Complex, $55 Valley Oak Ballroom $35 optional uniform 7525 M,W 6/4-6/27 6:00pm-7:00pm 7524 M,W 7/2-7/30* 6:00pm-7:00pm 7529 M,W 8/1-8/29 6:00pm-7:00pm Elk Grove Park, $55 Pavilion $35 optional uniform 7526 Tu,Th 6/5-6/28 6:30pm-7:30pm 7527 Tu,Th 7/5-7/31* 6:30pm-7:30pm 7528 Tu,Th 8/2-8/30 6:30pm-7:30pm *No Class 7/4, 7/26

Jujitsu for Teens/Adults Age 13+ Learn a combination of strikes, take-downs and grappling techniques that are used in today’s full contact and mixed martial arts competitions. Build strength, stamina, ability and confidence. Earn black belts in Aiki Jujitsu and Kyokushin Karate. Wackford Complex, $55 Valley Oak Ballroom $75 optional uniform 7530 M,W 6/4-6/27 7:00pm-8:00pm 7531 M,W 7/2-7/30* 7:00pm-8:00pm 7532 M,W 8/1-8/29 7:00pm-8:00pm *No Class 7/4

Self Defense for Women Age 16+ Provides women the tools to be safe in today’s environment. Subjects to be covered are awareness, weapons, escapes, strikes, takedowns and how not to become a target. Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B $25 7533 Mon 6/18 7:00pm-9:00pm 7534 Mon 7/23 7:00pm-9:00pm 7535 Mon 8/20 7:00pm-9:00pm

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Cooking for Youth and Teens Age 8–17 This class focuses on the basics of cooking. Participants will learn functional use of measuring implements, safe use of the stove, and correct food storage. They’ll learn about healthy food handling, and conclude with a meal that they have prepared. Menu information available online at www. thegoldengourmet.com. Wackford Complex, Kitchen Instructor: Liza Kilgraff PICNIC BASKET OPTIONS 7417 Wed 6/6 7364 Th 6/7 PASTA, PASTA, PASTA 7418 Wed 7/11 7365 Th 7/12 ITALIAN 7419 Wed 8/15 7366 Th 8/16

$40

5:30pm-7:30pm 5:30pm-7:30pm

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School of the Tiger

TEEN CLASSES

5:30pm-7:30pm Canceled 5:30pm-7:30pm 5:30pm-7:30pm 5:30pm-7:30pm

Zumba Fitness Age 16+ Join this high energy exercise/dance class with a party-like format. Choreographed with fun and fitness in mind, combining interval cardio training and introducing a toning portion using lightweight, maraca-like Toning Sticks; optional. Both Zumba Levels 1 & 2 will be taught. Laguna Town Hall, Reception Hall Instructor: Anica Walls 7582 Wed 6/6-6/27 6:00pm-7:00pm 7583 Mon 6/11-6/25* 6:00pm-7:00pm 7586 Mon 7/2-7/30 6:00pm-7:00pm 7584 Wed 7/11-7/25 6:00pm-7:00pm 7585 Wed 8/1-8/29 6:00pm-7:00pm 7587 Mon 8/6-8/27 6:00pm-7:00pm *No Class 6/8

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TEEN & ADULT CLASSES

MUSIC, COOKING & SKILLS

Introduction to Digital Photography

Guitar for Teens/Adults

Age 18+ Enjoy learning how to take beautiful pictures through the use of composition, adjusting shutter and aperture, lighting and using camera features. Bring Camera and instruction book to every class. Laguna Town Hall, Classroom 1 Instructor: Laura Bemis  7664 Tu,Th 6/5-6/21

$50 6:30pm-7:45pm

Canines on Course Age 14+ Develop a better relationship with your dog learning traditional training techniques and using applicable equipment for the dog and is comfortable for the owner. Commands such as heel, sit, stay, come when called and assisting with behaviors such as door manners, jumping, digging and barking will be taught. Leash must be at least 6 ft long, no retractable or chain leashes, puppy must be four months old and have proof of current vaccinations including rabies. Elk Grove Park, Area 1B

$110 Optional supply fee

Instructor: Myra Muhammad 7416 Wed 6/13-7/25* 6:00pm-7:00pm *No Class 7/4

Gourmet Cooking Age 18+

Age 13+ Learn the basics of guitar playing. Students will learn how to read music and play basic chords with fun, popular songs. Students must provide their own guitar. Supplies included.

Instructor: Liza Kilgariff  6:00pm-8:30pm

7:30pm-8:25pm

6:00pm-8:30pm

7:30pm-8:25pm

VEGETARIAN 7373 Mon 8/13

6:00pm-8:30pm

Age 13+ A piano program that has beginning students playing great sounding pop, blues, classical and accompaniment pieces from their first group lessons. Participants share a piano for a unique ‘playing-based’ approach, which produces unprecedented results. Supplies included. Instructor: Sharissa Delgado LEVEL 1 7349 Mon 6/11-8/6* *No Class 7/2

$50

MANDARIN 7372 Mon 7/2

$90

Piano Lessons with Simply Music – Teen/Adult

Laguna Town Hall, Room 1

Wackford Complex, Kitchen FRITTATAS AND QUICHE 7371 Mon 6/4

Wackford Complex, Willow Room Instructor: Steve Dunne LEVEL 1 7354 Wed 5/23-6/27 LEVEL 2 7355 Wed 7/11-8/15

Golden Gourmet is offering hands on cooking classes that concludes with a sit-down meal. Menu information available online at thegoldengourmet. com. Supplies included.

$185

6:30pm-7:20pm

Chocolate Dipped Strawberries Ages 18 + In this 2-hour workshop you will learn how to choose, prepare, dip, garnish and store freshly dipped chocolate strawberries. Various dipping techniques will be covered. In addition you will learn how to make strawberry 'rose' bouquets. Wackford Complex, Kitchen Instructor: Heather Saldivar 9186 Mon 7/16 9187 Mon 8/27

$53 6:00pm-8:00pm 6:00pm-8:00pm

Gourmet Truffles Made Easy Age 18+ In this workshop, you will learn how to make the ganache (truffle centers), roll, dip and garnish your very own handmade truffles! Tips and tricks shared in class will make it easy. Recipes will be provided. Wackford Complex, Kitchen Instructor: Heather Saldivar 9185 Mon 8/20

$50 6:00pm-8:00pm


ARTS

Age 21+ Join us in a 2-hour painting session. It’s not a class, it’s a party! Bring out your inner Picasso while you create your very own masterpiece. Instructor: Pinot’s Palette staff

Pinot’s Palette, 8962 Elk Grove Blvd.

$35/person

A KISS IN THE PARK 7435 A DAY AT THE DUNES 7436 Wed 6/6  7:00-9:00 pm Sun  6/10  1:00-3:00 pm

UNITED WE STAND 7437 Wed  7/11  7:00-9:00 pm

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WatercolorIntermediate Age 18+ Come expand on your beginner watercolor skills in a fun and encouraging atmosphere. No harsh critiques here! You will learn more about composition, the use of light and color to enhance your paintings, texturing, color harmony, new techniques and what’s new in watercolor paints. Participants must provide their own supplies. Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B Instructor: Sandy Coulter  7341 Tue 6/5-6/26 10:00am-12:00pm $55 7342 Tue 7/10-7/17 10:00am-12:00pm $28 7343 Tue 8/7-8/28 10:00am-12:00pm $55

HAPPY HOOTY 7438 Sun  7/15  1:00-3:00 pm

TROPICAL HEAVEN 7439 Wed  8/8  7:00-9:00 pm

BY THE LIGHT OF THE MOON 7440 Sun  8/12  1:00-3:00 pm

WatercolorIntermediate Open Studio Age 18+ Come expand on your beginner watercolor skills in a fun and encouraging atmosphere. No harsh critiques here! You will learn more about composition, the use of light and color to enhance your paintings, texturing, color harmony, new techniques and what’s new in watercolor paints. Participants must provide their own supplies Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B Instructor: Sandy Coulter  7344 Tue 6/5-6/26 1:00pm-3:00pm $55 7345 Tue 7/10-7/17 1:00pm-3:00pm $28 7346 Tue 8/7-8/28 1:00pm-3:00pm $55

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MARTIAL ARTS

Jeet Kune Do Age 13+ Learn the system Bruce Lee developed. Fitness, balance, speed, strength and confidencebuilding will be covered. Presented by a third generation practitioner of Bruce’s first school. Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A Instructor: Shannon Newman 7536 M,W 6/4-6/27 7537 M,W 7/2-7/30* 7538 M,W 8/1-8/29 *No Class 7/4

$45

7:25pm-8:45pm 7:25pm-8:45pm 7:25pm-8:45pm

Tai Chi for Beginners Age 18+

School of the Tiger Taught by School of the Tiger staff www.schoolofthetiger.com

Teen/Adult Karate Age 13+ Designed for teens, young adults and parents. Participate in a style of martial arts that promotes a strong bond through achieving mutual goals. Work with your son, daughter, husband, wife or with fellow students learning both Jujitsu and Karate. Practice together, learn together, achieve together. Wackford Complex, $55 Valley Oak Ballroom $35 optional uniform 7525 M,W 6/4-6/27 6:00pm-7:00pm 7524 M,W 7/2-7/30* 6:00pm-7:00pm 7529 M,W 8/1-8/29 6:00pm-7:00pm Elk Grove Park, $55 Pavilion $35 optional uniform 7526 Tu,Th 6/5-6/28 6:30pm-7:30pm 7527 Tu,Th 7/5-7/31* 6:30pm-7:30pm 7528 Tu,Th 8/2-8/30 6:30pm-7:30pm *No Class 7/4, 7/26

Jujitsu for Teens/Adults Age 13+ Learn a combination of strikes, take-downs and grappling techniques that are used in today’s full contact and mixed martial arts competitions. Build strength, stamina, ability and confidence. Earn black belts in Aiki Jujitsu and Kyokushin Karate. Wackford Complex, $55 Valley Oak Ballroom $75 optional uniform 7530 M,W 6/4-6/27 7:00pm-8:00pm 7531 M,W 7/2-7/30* 7:00pm-8:00pm 7532 M,W 8/1-8/29 7:00pm-8:00pm *No Class 7/4

Self Defense for Women Age 16+ Provides women the tools to be safe in today’s environment. Subjects to be covered are awareness, weapons, escapes, strikes, takedowns and how not to become a target. Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B $25 7533 Mon 6/18 7:00pm-9:00pm 7534 Mon 7/23 7:00pm-9:00pm 7535 Mon 8/20 7:00pm-9:00pm

The relaxed, gentle movements of Tai Chi improve circulation, strengthen and tone muscles, and promote wellness, longevity and mental acuity. This class will focus on the foundational practices of the Sun style from the ground up, including detailed instruction on proper alignment, stepping patterns and weight shift. These are ongoing, continuous classes accepting enrollment year-round. Level: Beginner Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $48 Instructor: Robert Nakashima 7425 Tu 6/5-6/26 6:30pm-7:30pm 7426 Tu 7/10-7/31 6:30pm-7:30pm 7427 Tu 8/7-8/28 6:30pm-7:30pm 7428 Tu 9/4-9/25 6:30pm-7:30pm 7429 Tu 10/2-10/23 6:30pm-7:30pm

Tai Chi Age 18+

The relaxed, gentle movements of Tai Chi improve circulation, strengthen and tone muscles, and promote wellness, longevity and mental acuity. Each session will include traditional martial Qigong exercises designed to foster coordinated movement, whole body power, and focused mind-intent. This class will focus on the Traditional Sun style long form in its entirety. These are ongoing, continuous classes accepting enrollment year-round. Level: Beginner to Intermediate Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $55 Instructor: Robert Nakashima 7420 T,Th 6/5-6/28 9:00am-10:00am 7421 T,Th 7/10-8/2 9:00am-10:00am 7422 T,Th 8/7-8/30 9:00am-10:00am 7423 T,Th 9/4-9/27 9:00am-10:00am 7424 T,Th 10/2-10/25 9:00am-10:00am


FITNESS & YOGA

Age 16+ Join this high energy exercise/dance class with a party-like format. Choreographed with fun and fitness in mind, combining interval cardio training and introducing a toning portion using lightweight, maraca-like Toning Sticks; optional. Both Zumba Levels 1 & 2 will be taught. Instructor: Anica Walls Laguna Town Hall, Reception Hall 7582 Wed 6/6-6/27 6:00pm-7:00pm 7583 Mon 6/11-6/25* 6:00pm-7:00pm 7586 Mon 7/2-7/30 6:00pm-7:00pm 7584 Wed 7/11-7/25 6:00pm-7:00pm 7585 Wed 8/1-8/29 6:00pm-7:00pm 7587 Mon 8/6-8/27 6:00pm-7:00pm *No Class 6/8

$24 $12 $30 $18 $30 $24

Zumba® Gold

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Fit LIVE

Age 16+ Zumba® steps made easy! Enjoy Latin musicdriven format with simplified choreography and modifications. No experience necessary. Wear sneakers; bring a sweat towel and water. Laguna Town Hall, Reception Hall Instructor: Mary Lynn Fisher 7588 Tu 6/5-6/26 10:30am-11:30am $20 7589 Th 6/7-6/28 10:30am-11:30am $20 7590 Tu 7/3-7/31 10:30am-11:30am $25 7591 Th 7/5-7/26 10:30am-11:30am $20 7593 Th 8/2-8/30 10:30am-11:30am $25 7592 Tu 8/7-8/28 10:30am-11:30am $20

Age 6+ Families and all fitness levels welcome! Come and participate in fun, high energy group fitness classes and learn multiple fitness styles! Beginner, intermediate and advanced levels welcome. Please bring workout mat or towel to class. Registered participants ages 6–17 must be accompanied by participating adult. Wackford Complex, Ballroom $48 Kids 6-17 $20 Instructor: Charil & Kendrick Daniels 8684 Tue 4/17-5/22 5:15pm-6:15pm 8685 Tue 5/29-7/3 5:15pm-6:15pm 8686 Tue 7/10-8/21 5:15pm-6:15pm 8687 Tue 8/28-10/2 5:15pm-6:15pm 8688 Tue 10/9-11/20 5:15pm-6:15pm

My Yoga Room Taught by My Yoga Room staff

Introduction to Yoga

Prenatal Yoga

Age 16+

Age 16+

Are you new to Yoga? This introduction class is designed for beginning students, focusing on the fundamental yoga poses with emphasis on alignment and breathing. It is slower paced, which is sure to relax and strengthen your muscles. Please bring a yoga mat. My Yoga Room 8737 Elk Grove Blvd. 7493 Wed 6/6-6/27 7494 Wed 7/11-8/1 7495 Wed 8/8-8/29

This class provides mom-to-be with tools needed to assist in labor by focusing on a safe, well-rounded combination of strengthening, endurance, and flexibility exercises. We will also focus on breathing that increases body and mental awareness. Bring a yoga mat.

$65 7:00pm-8:30pm 7:00pm-8:30pm 7:00pm-8:30pm

My Yoga Room 8737 Elk Grove Blvd.

How to Meditate

Self Care & Senior Yoga

Age 16+

Age 50+

Meditation is the most direct means of experiencing our more spiritual nature. Greater concentration, creativity, peace and joy are the fruits of regular meditation. We will practice energization exercises, visualization and learn a time-tested meditation technique of concentration. Wear comfortable clothing. My Yoga Room 8737 Elk Grove Blvd.

$24

7499 Sat 6/9-6/16 1:30pm-2:45pm 7500 Sat 7/7-7/14 1:30pm-2:45pm 7501 Sat 8/11-8/18 1:30pm-2:45pm

7503 Tue 6/5-6/26 5:30pm-6:45pm 7504 Tue 7/10-7/31 5:30pm-6:45pm 7505 Tue 8/7-8/28 5:30pm-6:45pm

This workshop will inspire you to take charge of your health by practicing yoga poses that will strengthen your body, increase flexibility, and promote balance in your life. Modifications will be offered for those needing assistance. We will use the yoga therapy balls to increase mobility and provide deeper relaxation. My Yoga Room, 8737 Elk Grove Blvd.

$48

$52

Instructor: My Yoga Room Staff  7496 Mon 6/4-6/25 2:00pm-3:00pm 7497 Mon 7/2-7/23 2:00pm-3:00pm 7498 Mon 8/6-8/27 2:00pm-3:00pm

Mommy and Baby Yoga Workshop Babies: 4 weeks – 12 months This workshop creates a playful atmosphere for parent and baby to relate with choreographed play and interaction. It will aide new parents to regain strength, flexibility, and reduce stress while enhancing infant motor development and provide an opportunity for structured bonding in a natural and supportive environment. Please bring a blanket for your baby. My Yoga Room 8737 Elk Grove Blvd.

$48

7502 Sun 6/3-6/24 10:45am-12:00pm

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TENNIS & DANCE

Ballroom Line Dancing Age 18+ No dance partner required. Learn a fusion of club, contemporary and traditional dance moves such as Cha Cha, Rhumba, Waltz, Night Club Two Step, Swing, etc. Laguna Town Hall, Reception Hall

A Glimpse of the Pacific

Tennis Fundamentals/ Cardio Tennis Age 18+ This is a social and fun class for players of all ability levels. While doing the ultimate, full body, calorie burning aerobic workout, you will also be training for tennis and learning stroke technique, strategies, and tactics. Miwok Park, Tennis Court #1 Instructor: Kenny Pack 7513 Tue 6/5-6/19 5:30pm-6:30pm $50 7514 Tue 7/10-7/24 5:30pm-6:30pm $50 7515 Tue 8/7-8/28 5:30pm-6:30pm $65

POP Tennis Age 18+ Anyone who has ever played tennis at any level will find POP Tennis easy. The strokes, movements and strategic thinking are very similar. The POP Tennis court is smaller and the racket is shorter. Participants serve the ball ‘underhand’ so there is no difficult overhead serving to learn. Because the court is smaller than that of tennis, there is much less running and it’s less taxing on the body.

$20

Instructor: Archey Rubi-Yabut

Age 12+ Get a glimpse of the Pacific. This class will offer a collection of Polynesian dances. Students will learn basic dance movements, featured dances and explore some traditions of the Polynesian culture, such as costume and implement making. Students may also have the opportunity to participate in performances. Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $25 Optional supply fee varies Instructor: Maria Cisneros 7328 Th 6/7-6/28 7:00pm-8:30pm 7329 Th 7/5-7/26* 7:00pm-8:30pm 7330 Th 8/2-8/23 7:00pm-8:30pm *No Class 7/19, prorated rate $19

Hot Hula Fitness for Youth/Teens/ Adults Age 8+ Combine Polynesian steps and basic dance moves in a fun, addictive workout for all fitness levels. Total body, low-impact, but effective workout incorporates isolated movements with an emphasis on the core, legs and glutes that tones and strengthens, while increasing stamina, endurance, flexibility and coordination. Bring a water bottle and wear non-restrictive workout attire. Participants can be barefoot.

Miwok Park, Tennis Court #1

Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $20 Optional supply fee varies

Instructor: Kenny Pack 7511 Sat 6/2-6/23 12:30pm-1:30pm $65 7512 Sat 7/7-7/28 12:30pm-1:30pm $50 7668 Sat 8/4-8/18 12:30pm-1:30pm $65

Instructor: Maria Cisneros 7334 Th 6/7-6/28 7335 Th 7/5-7/26 7336 Th 8/2-8/23

5:00pm-5:50pm 5:00pm-5:50pm 5:00pm-5:50pm

7395 Tu 6/5-6/26 6:00pm-7:15pm 7396 Tu 7/10-7/31 6:00pm-7:15pm 7397 Tu 8/7-8/28 6:00pm-7:15pm

Ballroom Dance Age 16+ Come and experience the excitement of ballroom, swing and LATIN dancing. Beginning classes present basic patterns and techniques. Intermediate and Advanced classes expand on the techniques taught to give participants a variety of dances and patterns. This a couples only class and is not available for Internet registration. Laguna Town Hall, Reception Hall

$42

Instructor: Christine Comer or Bryant Burmich BEGINNING Salsa & Nightclub 2Step 7320 Wed 6/6-7/18* 7:30pm-8:30pm Cha Cha and Bachata 7337 Th 6/7-7/19* 7:30pm-8:30pm Tango & Rumba 7321 Wed 7/25-8/29 7:30pm-8:30pm Balboa and Quickstep 7338 Th 7/26-8/30 7:30pm-8:30pm INTERMEDIATE East Coast Swing & Foxtrot 7322 Wed 6/6-7/18* Cha Cha and Batchata 7339 Th 6/7-7/19* West Coast Swing & Hustle 7323 Wed 7/25-8/29 Balboa and Quickstep 7340 Th 7/26-8/30 ADVANCED Rumba 7324 Tue 6/5-7/17* Tango 7325 Tue 6/5-7/17* Fox Trot 7326 Tue 7/24-8/28 Cha Cha 7327 Tue 7/24-8/28 *No Class 7/3, 7/4, 7/5

8:30pm-9:30pm 8:30pm-9:30pm 8:30pm-9:30pm 8:30pm-9:30pm

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COSUMNES CSD

ADULRTT

ADULT SPORTS

Bring a friend and enjoy the game!

S E U G A E L

Fees are per team, unless stated otherwise.

TO REGISTER FOR SPORTS LEAGUES VISIT TEAMSIDELINE.COM/COSUMNES

5-on-5 Basketball

Soccer

Flag Football

Start working on that jump shot. Gather up your friends and co-workers and join our recreational and competitive leagues.

Our co-ed league offers fun, exercise and competition.

Tired of being an armchair quarterback? See if you still have it. Our synthetic turf and referees give you the perfect opportunity to get back on the field.

Winter: January–March Spring: April–July Summer: July–October Fall: October–December *Offered winter and summer only

Bartholomew Sports Park – $950 Late Registration - $970 Winter: January–March Spring: March–June

Bartholomew Sports Park – $635 Late Registration – $655 8-on-8 League:  6–10 pm

Softball Dust off your glove and bat and join one of our outstanding leagues. It doesn’t matter what your skill level or schedule is. We offer advanced competitive (C), fairly competitive (D1) and recreation (D2) levels for men, women and co-ed. Bartholomew Sports Park and Laguna Community Park $460 + $30 USA fee Late Reg $480 + $20 USA fee Mondays–Fridays, 6–10 pm Spring: March–May Summer: June–August Fall: August–October

Do you have ideas for new and exciting sports programs? The Cosumnes CSD Sports Division is always looking for new ways to grow with the needs of our community. We welcome suggestions on new programs or ideas on how we can improve our existing leagues. Call 405-5600 or email csdsports@csdparks.com to share your input.

Spring: April–May, Tues  Fall: August–October, Tues

Volleyball (Open Gym) Age 18+ For those who can’t commit to a league or are new to the area. Don’t miss your chance to meet new friends and play. All levels welcomed. Wackford Complex $6/player, $54 for 10-visit punch pass Mondays, 7–10 pm Year-round

Looking for a place to hold a company picnic, tournament, or team practice? The CSD has facilities, including athletic fields and gymnasiums, available for your use (pages 52-53). If you are interested in renting, need information, or have questions, call 405-5600.

GET YOUR GAME ON.

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Wackford Complex – $460 Sundays: 11 am–10 pm, Fridays: 7–10 pm 30+ League*:  Wednesdays, 7–10 pm

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GOLF

EMERALD LAKES GOLF COURSE

EMERALD LAKES GOLF COURSE

Emerald Lakes Golf Course provides golfers of all ages and skill levels a quality experience at a fantastic value. The course is challenging enough to hold the attention of the scratch golfer, yet “easy enough” to make it fun for the beginner. Emerald Lakes is the perfect place to learn, practice, and play golf.

• NEW! Covered and lighted driving range!

• Nine-hole, Par-33 • Pro Shop

If we don't have what you’re looking for, we can order it for you. We re-grip clubs on site. Check out new merchandise or gift cards. These make great gifts!

• Private, Semi-Private & Group Lessons

Taught by members of the PGA

Twilight Golf Monday ­– Friday (holidays excluded) After 1pm: $12 • After 6pm: $10

Foot Golf Emerald Lakes

Emerald Lakes' footgolf course is a great place for families to play. This fun, new game combines the popular sports of golf and soccer.

9-Hole Rates: Junior $5, Adult 19+ $8

Tournaments

Junior Golf Programs

$50/pp, lunch & prizes (power carts extra)

The First Tee of Greater Sacramento

Two-Person Scramble

(Age 4-18 ) It's more than just the game of golf! See page 30 for all details.

Saturday, May 26 8:30 am shotgun start

Elk Grove Amateur Championship

Youth On Course

Saturday, September 29 8:30 am start, 18-hole individual stroke play Let’s see who's the best amateur player in Elk Grove! Continental breakfast, lunch and tee prizes included.

(Age 6-18) Sign up online at youthoncourse.org and play golf at Emerald Lakes for only $3.

Host a Tournament or Party!

(Age 7-16) Two-person scramble

PGA Jr. League

Host your next event at Emerald Lakes Golf Course! Whether it’s a birthday, end of the year soccer party, or you’re just looking for a space to celebrate, Emerald Lakes is the location for you. If you’d like to host a tournament, Emerald Lakes has the capacity for a minimum of 36 people and a maximum of 72 golfers. Call the course for further information.

format that builds confidence and promotes sportsmanship. Visit pgajrleague.com for more information.

Girls Golf (Age 7-17)

Fun program for all girls to learn the fundamentals of the golf swing as well as understanding the course. Participants learn the Five E’s of Girls Golf to Empower, Enrich, Engage, Exercise, and Energize girls through the game of golf. For more information visit: www.girlsgolf.org.

10651 E. Stockton Blvd. Elk Grove, CA 95624


GOLF

EMERALD LAKES GOLF COURSE

Age 18+. Programs designed for players interested in improving their skill through a group setting. Programs are predetermined 1 hour sessions for 4 weeks, call to find out when the next session begins.

Green Beginner

Basic fundamentals, etiquette, and terminology. $99.

Yellow

Mechanics, score keeping and Advanced Beginner proper practice technique. $99.

Blue

Intermediate

Black Advanced

Fine-tune swing mechanics and basic course management. $120. Tournament level. Fine-tune course management. $120.

Custom Club Fittings In order to play your best game, professional club fitting is vital. Our team of dedicated professionals, will assist you in choosing your next set of clubs or simply make “adjustments” to your current set. Custom Club Fitting: Irons–$40. Woods–$40. Featured brands include: • Ping • Taylormade • Tour Edge • Cobra • • Cleaveland/Srixon • Callaway •

Get Golf Ready Get Golf Ready is designed to teach players everything needed to play golf in just a few lessons! PGA and LPGA professionals show golfers lots of ways to play by combining fun, friends and fitness. Put skills into action in a casual, friendly setting. No equipment needed! $99.

Session 1 • Warming up, stretching and wellness tips • The best ways to hold a club • Chipping, pitching and other shots from short distances • Caring for the course

Session 3 • Swinging a driver and other ‘big’ clubs to hit long shots • Play from the correct tee markers — use TEE IT FORWARD to have more fun • Helpful shortcuts to save time while playing

1-916-685-GOLF (4653)

Session 2 • Getting comfortable with the full swing • Using irons to get the ball in the air and onto the green • Learning the ‘lingo’ • Having more fun using ‘It’s Okay’ as the way to play

Session 4 • Review skills and play a few holes • Tips for playing after program completion • Getting more comfortable on the course & carts • More opportunities to come back and play golf

Adult Private Lessons Age 18+. Register singularly or with friends – private lessons allow for players to set their own schedule with certified instructors and PGA members.

Private Lessons One Registered Participant

30 Minute Lessons

One Hour Lessons

$40 – Single Session $150 – Four Sessions $220 – Six Sessions

$70 – Single Session $240 – Four Sessions $350 – Six Sessions

Semi-Private Lessons Two Registered Participants

One Hour Lessons $70 – Single Session $240 – Four Sessions $360 – Six Sessions

Three or More Registered Participants

One Hour Lessons $100 per participant Six Sessions

Learn More To learn more about the programs offered by Emerald Lakes Golf Course or to schedule a club fitting: Katie Hamilton, PGA katiehamilton@csdparks.com (916) 926-2660

Book a tee time online: golfemeraldlakes.com

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RECREATION ADVENTURES RECREATION WITHOUT LIMITS!

Recreation ADventures (RAD) provides recreation opportunities for people with disabilities through both adaptive and inclusive programs. Participants are encouraged to explore in a safe and fun environment while learning a new skill, improving their physical fitness, and making new friends along the way.

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Age 18+ Like to get down and boogie? Enjoy the latest hits and greatest classics with a night of social interaction, dancing, and fun. Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $6 SUMMER KICKOFF LUAU Located at the Pavilion in Elk Grove Park. Participants must register in advance. 7710 Fri 6/1 7:00pm-9:00pm WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE 7711 Fri 7/13

7:00pm-9:00pm

UNDER THE SEA 7712 Fri 8/10

7:00pm-9:00pm Sponsored By:

RAD Dance for Fitness

RAD Aquatic Fitness - Deep Pool

Age 18+

Age 18+

Burn calories and tone muscles, while getting some fresh air. The water offers more resistance than dry-land workouts and prevents the body from overheating. This low-impact class is suitable for all fitness levels. Wackford Complex 7227 Tu 7709 Tu 7718 Th 7720 Tu 7721 Th 7723 Tu 7724 Th

$8

5/1-5/22 11:00am-12:00pm 6/5-6/26 11:00am-12:00pm 6/7-6/28 11:00am-12:00pm 7/10-7/31 11:00am-12:00pm 7/12-8/2 11:00am-12:00pm 8/7-8/28 11:00am-12:00pm 8/9-8/30 11:00am-12:00pm

RAD Open Rec

Age 18+ Learn different styles of dance and basic choreography in this high energy class through structured and free movement exercises. Elk Grove Park, Pavilion

RAD Aquatic Fitness - Shallow Pool

$2/Class

5611 Wed 5/2-8/29* 9:15am-10:15am 5654 Wed 5/2-8/29* 10:30am-11:30am *No Class 7/4

Age 18+ Each class will offer a variety of fun activities including arts and crafts, games and multiple sports. Wackford Complex, Gym 5610 Fri 8/3, 8/17, 8/24

$2/Class 9:30am-11:00 am

Elk Grove Park, Pavilion $2/Class 5610 Fri 6/8, 6/15, 7/20, 7/27 9:30am-11:00 am

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Participants must be able to swim 25 yards with minimal assistance (aqua belt may be used). This aqua fitness class is designed for intermediate and advance swimmers and includes a combination of aerobics, intervals, swim skills, strength and flexibility training. Improve your overall fitness in a water depth of 8 feet. Aqua belts and barbells are provided. Wackford Complex 7228 Th 7708 Fri 7717 Fri 7719 Fri

$8

5/3-5/24 10:30am-11:30am 6/8-6/29 10:00am-11:00am 7/13-8/3 10:00am-11:00am 8/10-8/31 10:00am-11:00am

Smile and Stretch! Age 18+ Relax the mind while increasing flexibility, strength, & balance in this rejuvenating stretch class. This class is designated for students of all abilities who are looking for a safe & supportive place to experience the benefits of yoga. Wackford Complex, Pavilion $2/Class 5650 Tue 6/5-8/21 *No Class 7/3

10:00am -11:00 am

With the participants can attend 10 RAD classes of their choice! Come shake it at Dance for Fitness to show off your moves, kick it at Open Rec and learn a new sport, or unwind at Smile and Stretch. Purchase your RAD Punch Pass at the Wackford Front Desk today!

Have a question? Need accommodation for a CSD class? Looking for classes that emphasizes gross or fine motor skills, cognitive development, or socialization? Call (916) 405-5600 or e-mail RAD@csdparks.com cognitive development, or socialization? Call (916) 405-5600 or e-mail RAD@csdparks.com


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COMMUNITY INFO

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When it comes to Parks and Recreation, there is no limit on what can be discovered! This July, during Parks and Recreation month, explore exciting events, take part in classes you haven't before, or check out one of CSD's many parks! No matter what, the skills you learn and memories you create will last a lifetime!

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Cosumnes CSD: Fire Depar tment  |  Enriching Community • Saving Lives

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FIRE DEPARTMENT

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Fire Home n Spri klers Smoke alarms aren’t enough

Make no mistake: smoke alarms are crucial and significantly cut the risk of dying in a home fire. But these devices do nothing to suppress a fire. Home fire sprinklers in coordination with smoke alarms have been proven to protect lives and property against fire. In fact, sprinklers cut the risk of dying in a home fire by an astounding 80 percent.

Home fires are a major problem in North America

Fire in the home poses a significant threat to the people of your community. On average, 2,500 people each year are dying in U.S. home fires. Further showcasing the enormity of this problem is that roughly 80 percent of all fire deaths are the result of home fires.

Home fire sprinklers are cost effective

A report commissioned by the Fire Protection Research Foundation places the average national cost of installing sprinklers in new homes at $1.35 per sprinklered square foot, or about one percent of the total construction cost. While costs can vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, people tend to pay more for granite countertops.

Sprinklers do more than save lives

Sprinklers can also save your home. In fact, these devices can reduce the average property loss per home by about 70 percent.

Beware of false claims

Sprinkler opponents like to tout that “newer homes are safer homes.” In actuality, newer homes tend to have larger open spaces, lightweight construction materials, and furniture stuffed with combustible materials— all factors that exacerbate fire spread and lead to homes burning more quickly than ever before. These threats place both homeowners and firefighters at significant risk.

Dispel myths on sprinkler effectiveness

FireSprinklerInitiative.org Visit NFPA's Fire Sprinkler Initiative website for more information.

Hollywood has it wrong: when one home fire sprinkler goes off, the rest don’t follow. Nearly 85 percent of the time, only one sprinkler activates during a fire. And since sprinklers use significantly less water to suppress a fire than a fire hose, water damage is significantly reduced.

*Data referenced by NFPA and other sources


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Fires. Earthquakes. Gas leaks. Be in the know about emergencies in your community. The safety of the residents in the community is the top concern of Cosumnes Fire Department. Because of this, Sacramento County, Yolo County, and Placer County have joined together to launch a FREE service, the Sacramento Region Emergency Notification System. The Sacramento Region Emergency Notification System notifies recipients about imminent threats such as severe weather, flooding, gas leaks or police activity that affect up to 5 registered locations. Individuals receive notifications via preferred method such as phone call, text message or e-mail. The service not only helps citizens know the safety status of locations important to them, but it also helps citizens to be prepared, leading to saved lives and property.

Cosumnes Fire Administration 10573 E. Stockton Blvd. Elk Grove, CA 95624 Phone: (916) 405-7100 Fax: (916) 685-6622 Emergency: 9-1-1 Toll-Free from Galt: 1-866-598-3473

STATION 71

Register Online

An Emergency Occurs

Get an Alert

Follow Instructions, Be Safe

The success of the system relies on YOU to OPT IN. The only way to ensure that we can contact you during an emergency is if your information in the system is up to date. Signing up is easy and information is protected. This is one account that could save your life. Register to receive emergency alert messages at Sacramento-Alert.org

Saturday, June 9, 2018

10:00 am – 3:00 pm · Elk Grove Park Join the Cosumnes Fire Department & Elk Grove Police Department for a day of fun, education, and excitement for the entire family. This FREE family-friendly event will feature emergency response vehicles, K-9 demonstrations, a "jaws of life" extraction, a helicopter landing, and much more! Food and drinks will be available from local food trucks.

Elk Grove 8760 Elk Grove Blvd.

STATION 72

Franklin 10035 Atkins Drive

STATION 73

East Elk Grove 9607 Bond Road

STATION 74

Laguna Creek 6501 Laguna Park Drive

STATION 75

Lakeside 2300 Maritime Drive

STATION 76

Elk Grove/W. Vineyard 8545 Sheldon Road

STATION 45 Galt 229 5th Street

STATION 46

Galt 1050 Walnut Avenue FREE Life Jacket Loan-Out Program

For more information, Call the Fire Department at 1-916-405-7100 or contact CrimePrevention@ElkGrovePD.org – (916) 478-8122

Going to the lake or river? Stop by a Cosumnes Fire Department Life Jacket Loan Station and borrow life jackets for FREE! We have life jackets for the whole family including infants to adult extra-large sizes. You can borrow for a day or weekend.

Life Jacket Loan Locations:

Stations 71, 75 & 45

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If we cannot REACH you, we cannot ALERT you!


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RENTAL FACILITIES

COSUMNES CSD

The Cosumnes CSD presents a selection of distinctive facilities to meet all your rental needs.

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We offer first-class service with event layout assistance, seating set-up and breakdown, and on-site event staff.

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Let our professional and experienced staff assist you in selecting the right place to make your next special occasion even more memorable.

Valley Oak Ballroom

The Pavilion

Reception Hall

in the Wackford Community Complex

in Elk Grove Regional Park

in Laguna Town Hall

The Valley Oak Ballroom features a state-ofthe-art kitchen, modern light fixtures, banquet chairs and furnished patio.

Located in the heart of Elk Grove Park, the Pavilion’s wrap-around windows showcase the tranquility of the Park’s natural beauty.

Features include a fully-equipped kitchen, banquet chairs, indoor stage, outdoor amphitheater, and courtyard. There is an adjacent meeting room.

200 guests: table and chair set-up, 300 guests: lecture style

300 guests: table and chair set-up, 400 guests: lecture style

9950 Elk Grove-Florin Road Elk Grove, CA 95624

3020 Renwick Avenue Elk Grove, CA 95758

200 guests: table and chair set-up, 300 guests: lecture style

9014 Bruceville Road Elk Grove, CA 95758

For reservations, call 1-916-405-5600.


COSUMNES CSD

Strauss Island in EG Park

This is a perfect setting for the romantic outdoor wedding for up to 200 guests. Weeping willow trees and a gazebo nearby create a lovely setting for photographs.

Morse Park

Bartholomew Sports Park

Derr-Okamoto Park

Laguna Community Park

Contains a large play area with spray ground, large picnic area, full court basketball, and more. Features a jungle themed play area with spray ground, BMX/Skate elements, picnic areas with shade structures and more.

• 4 lighted synthetic turf multi-purpose fields • 3 lighted softball fields • 1 lighted hardball field

• 2 lighted softball fields • 1 lighted soccer field • 1 multi-purpose field

All other park sites are first-come first-serve.

Wackford Complex Poppy Room

The Poppy Room accommodates up to 64 guests. Featuring a corner sink, white board/cork board, and ceiling mounted projector screen.

Willow Room

The Willow Room is a carpeted meeting room that will host 35 guests. Features include: black-out drapes for presentations, ceiling mounted projector screen, corner sink, white board/cork board.

Teen Center

Elk Grove’s largest teen recreation facility offers 2,100 square feet of fun, accommodating up to 64 guests. Features include: black lights, flat screen TVs with video game systems, foosball table, pool table and sound system.

Laguna Town Hall Room 1

Ideal for executive meetings or conference room space, Room 1 will accommodate up to 16 guests. Features include a corner sink and a white board/cork board.

Room 2

Ideal for smaller seminars and lectures, Room 2 will accommodate up to 35 guests. Features include a white board/cork board and an option to partition the room in half for breakout sessions.

For reservations, call 1-916-405-5600.

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Picnic sites can accommodate various group sizes, from a small family gathering to large company picnics. Park maps and site amenities are available online.

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Sports Facilities

Reservable Picnic & Park Facilities Elk Grove Park

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1. Amundson Park • 8730 Heritage Hill Drive

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8.0

2. Backer Park • 10400 Stathos Drive

3

10.0

3. Baker Park • 8800 Elk Grove Blvd.

1

0.9

4. Bartholomew Park • 9292 Lakepoint Drive

3

10.0

5. Bartholomew Sports Park • 10150 Franklin High Road

3

46.0

6. Batey Park • 6820 Seasons Drive

2

1.9

7. Beeman Park/Senior Center • 8830 Sharkey Avenue

1

3.5

8. Berens Park • 10144 Sonoma Creek Drive

1

2.65

9. Betschart Park • 5666 Adobe Spring Way

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11. Bridgeview Park • 9595 Oakham Way

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12. Buscher Park • 4805 Matina Drive

3

2.3

Open Grass Area

13. Camden Park • 8740 Cooperston Way

1

7.0

Natural Area

14. Camden Parkway • Camden Drive

1

14.4

Natural Area, Horse Trail

15. Case Park • 5423 Laguna Park Drive

2

5.6

16. Castello Park • 8830 El Toreador Way

1

2.3

17. Caterino Park • 4101 Windy Cove Drive

3

1.8

18. Colton Park • 9410 Laguna Springs Way

2

3.5

19. Constellation Park • 7725 Nassa Circle

3

2.4

20. Davis Park • 8908 Laguna Star Drive

2

1.5

21. Del Meyer Park • 9265 Elk Grove-Florin Road

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1.0

22. Derr-Okamoto Community Park • 9550 Mainline Drive Phase 1 – open, Phase 2 – FP 23. Ehrhardt Oaks Park • 4800 Percheron Drive

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24. Elk Grove Regional Park • 9950 Elk Grove-Florin Road

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25. Fales Park • 8485 Auberry Drive

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26. Feickert Park • 9310 Emerald Vista Drive

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27. Fite Park • 4312 Careyback Avenue

2

4.3

28. Fite Park Extension • 4312 Thira Way

2

0.3

29. Fleming Park • 9275 Salmon Creek Drive

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2.0

30. Foulks Park • 9433 Trenholm Drive

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5.5

31. Gage Park • 8888 Silverberry Avenue

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1.1

32. Gates Park • 9381 Mainline Drive

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2.4

33. George Park • NEW! • 10493 Fossil Way

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4.8

34. Guttridge Park • 8100 Laguna Brook Way

2

4.3

35. Hawkins Park • 2301 Bastona Drive

3

4.5

36. Henderson Park • 9930 W. Taron Drive

3

2.2

37. Herburger Park • 6811 Peninsula Way

2

1.9

38. Hill Park • 9380 Porto Rosa Drive

1

7.5

39. Horseshoe Park • 9800 Denali Circle

3

9.0

40. Houde Park • 9759 Club Park Circle

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4.2

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41. Hrepich Park • 8620 Black Kite Drive

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1.5

42. Island Park • 8825 Bonito Circle

3

2.3

City/CSD Park Junior Tennis Court

43. Johnson Park • 9645 Lakepoint Drive

3

21.0

44. Johnston Park • 9925 Ferragamo Way

3

3.1

45. Jones Park • 8840 Shasta Lily Drive

1

17.2

46. Jordan Family Park • 8441 Jordan Ranch Road

1

1.7

47. Jungkeit Park • 9760 Fire Poppy Drive

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6.3

48. Karamanos Park • 8671 Magnolia Hill Drive

1

1.5

49. Keema Park • 9720 Summer Glen Way

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2.2

50. King Park • 9328 Keefe Drive

3

5.7

51. Kloss Park • 6501 Laguna Park Drive

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22.8

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54. Laguna Creek Greenbelt • Laguna Park Drive

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3.1

55. Laguna Community Park • 9014 Bruceville Road

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16.0

56. Lawrence Park • 9369 Fassett Way

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8.0

57. Lawson Park • 2507 Renwick Avenue

3

2.1

58. Lewis Park • 9615 Black Swan Drive

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2.5

59. Lichtenberger North Park • Laguna Park Drive

2

7.3

60. Lichtenberger South Park • 6615 Kilconnell Drive

2

8.3

61. Lippincott Park • 3230 Renwick Avenue

3

1.5

62. Lombardi Park • 8830 Garrity Drive

1

2.0

63. Luttig Park • 9710 Toscano Drive

3

9.5

64. MacDonald Park • 8601 Spring Azure Way

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1.0

65. Machado Dairy Park • 10394 Franklin High Road

3

10.0

66. McConnell Park • 10081 Hampton Oak Drive

1

6.6

67. Mendoza Park • 9001 Polhemus Drive

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1.0

68. Miles Park • 9621 Mainline Drive

1

2.0

69. Miwok Park • 9344 Village Tree Drive

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6.2

70. Mix Park • 8770 Goldy Glen Way

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2.8

71. Morse Park • 5540 Bellaterra Drive and Fire Poppy Drive

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72. Nottoli Park • 10050 East Taron Drive

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21.1

73. Oasis Community Park • FP Whitelock Pkwy & Knotts Dr. 74. Oneto Park • 9477 Hidden Hollow Court

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1.6

75. Pedersen Park • 5520 Laguna Oaks Drive

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5.8

76. Perez Park • 2326 Sandy Beach Way

3

1.7

77. Perry Park • 9220 Brown Road

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2.0

78. Pinkerton Park • 8906 W. Stockton Blvd.

2

4.5

79. Porto Park • Ponta Delgada & Sintra Way

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1.3

80. Promenade Park • 9945 Westminster Way

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4.0

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81. Rain Garden Plaza • 9385 Laguna Springs Drive

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City Park, Eco-Friendly, Education Components, Local Artwork

82. Rau Park • 8795 Elk Grove-Florin Road

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18.0

83. Rose Garden Park • Del Webb Blvd.

3

1.0

84. Rose Park • 8620 Frye Creek Drive

2

1.1

85. Russell Park • 9136 Grove Street

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0.8

86. Schauer Park • 10181 Frank Gregg Way

3

1.5

87. Simpson Park • 9565 Crisswell Drive

1

7.8

88. Singh & Kaur Park • FP • Ponta Delgada & Atrio Circle

1

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89. Smedberg Park • 9854 Emerald Park Drive

1

1.8

90. Stephenson Family Park • 5511 Dorcey Drive

3

8.0

91. Storybook Woods Park • 9925 Hatherton Way

3

1.8

92. Strong Park • 9580 Baypoint Way

1

7.9

93. Town Square Park • 3020 Renwick Avenue

3

6.2

94. Underwood Park • 8751 Bond Road

1

5.6

95. Van Doren Park • 9100 Neponset Drive

1

1.1

96. Wackman Park • 5851 Laguna Quail Way

2

9.5

97. Willard Park • 9650 Cresleigh Parkway

3

6.3

98. Womack Park • 9340 Castleview Drive

2

4.1

99. Wright Park • 9370 Sierra River Drive

1

1.5

100. Zehnder Park • 9212 Edisto Way

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9.5

101. Zimbelman Park • 9191 Big Horn Boulevard

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REGISTRATION

INFORMATION & FORM

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Enrollment Details for CSD Classes Hold Harmless Form

Some classes require a parent/guardian to accompany participant to the first class and sign a Hold Harmless form prior to participation. Please check to see if your class has that requirement.

Pre-Register

Nothing cancels a class faster than low enrollment. Each class strives for a minimum level that will cover costs. If you see a class you’re interested in, register early and invite a friend.

Supply Fees

Supply fees cover the cost of materials that are used in classes to present or produce items. Some classes have mandatory supply fees that are required for every class and are included in the registration fee (example: art materials). Mandatory supply fees are always collected with registration and are not paid to the instructor. Some classes have optional supply fees that are not required for every class, or are not required at all (example: martial arts uniform). Optional supply fees will be paid directly to the instructor and are not included in the registration fee.

Waitlist Procedure

Anyone can waitlist classes. Waitlists are not rolled over. It is the responsibility of the parent to place their child(ren) on the appropriate list(s). If a client withdraws from a class, the first person on the list is called and has 24 hours to accept or decline.

Accommodations

To request an accommodation, mark the “Accommodations Needed” box on the registration form. Allow at least two weeks advance notice.

Receipts

In an effort to keep costs down, we do not send receipts by mail. Receipts are available by request.

Mark Your Calendars

Note the times, dates, and locations for courses and events.

Refunds

Refunds and transfers are granted to cancellations received 72 hours prior to the first class unless otherwise noted in the class description. Failure to attend does not constitute grounds for a refund. If you are not satisfied with a program, contact the supervisor. The Parks and Recreation Department will declare a refund on a customer account as an unclaimed credit when the refund has not been used or claimed within one year of issue date. Unclaimed credits will be transferred to the Cosumnes Recreation Opportunity Fund.

Cosumnes Recreation Opportunity Fund

When registering, add an optional $1 to donate. See page 60 for more information on the program.

Fire Department Fee

Participants or those renting CSD facilities that require assistance of the Cosumnes Fire Department for an injury or illness while participating in our programs may be charged fees as part of that response and/or transport. These fees are separate from those paid to use the facility or participate in the program.

What to Bring? What to Wear?

Read the class descriptions for what to bring or wear for fitness, dance, sports, or other special interest classes. Most descriptions include basic expectations for apparel and equipment.

Cosumnes CSD, 9355 E. Stockton Blvd., Suite 185, Elk Grove, CA 95624    (916) 405-5300    fax (916) 685-6942

Registration Form (copies accepted)

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Responsible Adult__________________________________________________________________  Birthdate __________________ Phone (home)________________ (mobile)________________ E-mail _____________________________________________ Address______________________________________________________ City_______________________ Zip____________ PAYMENT TYPE:  

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Credit Card: ____VISA ____MasterCard ____Discover   Card #______________________________________________ Name as it appears on card: ________________________________________________  Expires (month/year) _____/_____ By signature below, I authorize the CSD to charge this credit card for the amount shown.

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Cosumnes Recreation Opportunity Fund  —  Your contribution offers Elk Grove individuals in need, the opportunity to participate in recreation activities. Strengthen our community by the simple act of donating a dollar. —  OPTIONAL $1.00

HOLD HARMLESS AGREEMENT

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  Accommodations Needed

Total Fee

The participant, or participant’s guardian if participant is under 18, shall indemnify, hold harmless and defend the District and its elected officials, employees, agents, volunteers, and any co-sponsor of this activity (collectively, “District”), against all liability (including without limitation court costs and attorneys’ fees), claims, losses, demands or actions for injury to or death of any person(s), or damage to property relating to or arising from his or her participation in the activity designated in this notice. The District has no medical insurance for participants, and any injury to, or caused by, the participant will be the participant’s sole and exclusive responsibility. The participant, or participant’s guardian if actual participant is under 18, acknowledges that the District reserves the right to photograph participant during the activity designated in this notice for future publicity or promotion use only. The undersigned additionally acknowledges that s/he has read California Civil Code § 1542, which provides: A GENERAL RELEASE DOES NOT EXTEND TO CLAIMS WHICH THE CREDITOR DOES NOT KNOW OR SUSPECT TO EXIST IN HIS OR HER FAVOR AT THE TIME OF EXECUTING THE RELEASE, WHICH IF KNOWN BY HIM OR HER MUST HAVE MATERIALLY AFFECTED HIS OR HER SETTLEMENT WITH THE DEBTOR. The undersigned hereby waive all rights and protections otherwise available to them under Civil Code § 1542. The undersigned, by signing below, acknowledges that s/he has read and understands this notice and, if signing on behalf of a participant under the age of 18, attests that s/he is that participant’s legal guardian.

No confirmation of registration will be sent. Please contact front office staff to confirm registration.

Signature of Participant (Parent/Guardian if under age 18) Date


REGISTRATION

WHERE & HOW

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Residents in 95624, 95757, 95758 zip codes may register beginning April 11, 2018 at 8 am. Non-residents may register beginning April 25, 2018 at 8 am.

Easy

Convenient

Fast

Search by keyword, age, day, location and more!

Register for multiple programs in one transaction

Faster payment process, easy to use, mobile friendly

For information on the new registration software, visit yourcsd.com/onlinereg

Ways to Register Walk-In

Online

Mail-In

Phone-In

Cash, checks, or credit cards accepted.

yourcsd.com/onlinereg 24/7 access.

Include correct fee and completed form. Do not mail cash.

Visa, MasterCard, or Discover.

Fax-In

Visa, MasterCard, or Discover.

Registration Locations Wackford Community & Aquatic Complex

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Elk Grove Blvd.

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Community Organizations 4-H Sacramento Clubs sac4h.ucanr.edu

1-916-875-6530

Volunteer Opportunities

Looking for community service projects or need service credits? Baseball Elk Grove Babe Ruth Baseball (Ages 13–18) 916-747-6252 The CSD offers opportunities that encourage public participation in supporting services, leaguelineup.com/welcome.asp?url=EGBR Elk Grove Youth Baseball (Ages 4–14) events, and programs. A list of opportunities is available and ready for sign up. www.elkgroveyouthbaseball.com Laguna Youth Baseball (Ages 5–12) www.lagunayouthbaseball.com City of Elk Grove 1-916-691-2489 www.elkgrovecity.org Elk Grove Artists www.elkgroveartistsca.org Elk Grove Chamber of Commerce www.elkgroveca.com 1-916-691-3760 Elk Grove Community Band Search for us on Facebook

Elk Grove Community Garden www.elkgrovecommunitygarden.org

For more information, go to: yourcsd.com/349/Volunteers

Elk Grove Fine Arts Center www.elkgrovefineartscenter.org

1-916-685-5992

Elk Grove Food Bank Services www.elkgrovefoodbank.org

1-916-685-8453

Gift e h t e v i G tion a e r c e R f o

Elk Grove Libraries: saclibrary.org 1-916-264-2700 Elk Grove Franklin 8900 Elk Grove Blvd. 10055 Franklin High Rd. Elk Grove Youth Lacrosse Club www.eglax.com

1-916-248-3289

Elk Grove Unified School District www.egusd.net 1-916-686-5085 Football and Cheerleading Cosumnes Oaks Jr. Wolfpack cojw.org Elk Grove Jr. Thundering Herd elkgrovejrherd.org Franklin Jr. Wildcats franklinjrwildcats.com Laguna Creek Jr. Cardinals Monterey Trail Jr. Mustangs 1-916-479-9036 e-mail: mtjrmustangs@gmail.com www.montereytrailjrmustangs.com Pleasant Grove Jr. Eagles pgeagles.com Sheldon Jr. Huskies sheldonjrhuskies.org International Order of the Rainbow for Girls www.gorainbow.org 800-843-4674 Job’s Daughters International jobsdaughtersinternational.org 1-916-592-7987 Sacramento City Unified School District scusd.edu 1-916-643-9174 Scouts Boy Scouts www.scouting.org Girl Scouts: Heart of Central California www.girlscoutshcc.org Senior Center Of Elk Grove 1-916-685-3160 www.thesceg.org Six Pack Tennis League

1-916-448-2430

Soccer Elk Grove Youth Soccer League www.elkgrovesoccer.com Softball Elk Grove Girls Softball (Ages 5–16) www.elkgrovesoftball.com Swim Team Elk Grove Piranhas

1-916-684-0324

Wrestling Elk Grove Wrestling Academy elkgrovewrestlingacademy.com

The success of CROF relies upon donations from you!

The Cosumnes Recreation Opportunity Fund provides financial assistance for individuals to participate in recreation activities offered by the CSD Parks and Recreation Department.

If you are a family in need of assistance, the CSD accepts the first 50 approved applications for each calendar year. Funding is limited to $150 per qualified family and can be used for any programs and activities in the Activity Guide.

LIMITED SCHOLARSHIPS FOR 2018 REMAIN Your donation is tax deductible and will provide a chance for children and adults in need to participate in lifelong learning experiences that promote healthy lifestyles.


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COMMUNITY INFO

Besides being unpleasant to the eyes and nose, pet waste is an environmental pollutant that can cause serious harm to Elk Grove’s waterways. A quick rain is all it takes to transfer dog droppings from the ground and into our streams, lakes and rivers.

Here’s the Scoop Did you know? • A single gram of pet waste contains an average of 23 million fecal coliform bacteria, some of which cause diseases in humans. • Waters that contain high levels of bacteria and other pathogens from animal waste are unfit for human contact. • As pet waste decays it uses up oxygen that fish and aquatic life need to survive. • Pet waste contains nutrients that can cause excessive algae growth in our waterways.

• Pet waste attracts fleas, flies and other insects which adds another source from which diseases can be transmitted. • According to the FDA, the average-size dog makes at least one half-pound of poop each day. That is equal to one half-ton of poop made by one dog each year! • When you leave your pet’s poop on the ground, you violate Elk Grove Municipal Section 9.36.062(h) and the Cosumnes CSD Ordinance No.

Handy Tips

• Make use of the CSD provided “Scoop the Poop” bag stations located around the city at high use parks and trails. • Put bags in the car or tie them to the leash so you’ll be prepared when you travel with your pet. • Place bags by the door so you don’t forget them. • Dispose of all pickup bags in the nearest trash can. • Teach children to pick up after a pet.

The Cosumnes Legacy Foundation offers options to memorialize an individual, group, or event and contribute to the community through a donation to “Gifts for Tomorrow.”

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Each gift improves the high quality park facilities that make Elk Grove a wonderful place to live.

What You Can Do To Help Don’t Litter

Litter like plastic bottles, fast food wrappers and cups tossed on the ground can carry germs and bacteria.

Report Illegal Dumping

If you see someone dumping trash in one of your CSD parks or an undeveloped site of a future CSD park, call our 24-hour maintenance hotline at (916) 405-5688.

Pick Up After Your Pet

Pet waste contains disease-carrying bacteria that can pollute our drinking water. Pick up after your pet and remind others to do the same.

The Cosumnes Community Services District (CSD) has been authorized by the California Water Quality Control Board and the federal government to conduct a storm water pollution prevention program at its properties and facilities in southern Sacramento County, including the 96 parks it operates in Elk Grove.

Put Your Butt in the Trash

If you’re a smoker, always put your extinguished cigarette butts in the trash.

Mind the Drains

Keep litter, pet wastes, leaves and debris out of street gutters and storm drains. Dispose of used oil, antifreeze, paints and other household chemicals properly—not in storm sewers or drains.

Donations can enhance a playground with play features, or increase the appeal of a park such as: • Installing shade structures • benches & picnic tables • trees • drinking fountains • dog waste stations Or special enchancements to: • volleyball courts • horseshoe pits • bocce ball courts • sport field amenities • golf course amenities • and more! For more information visit: yourcsd.com/316/Gifts-For-Tomorrow

Summer 2018 Activity Guide  |  www.yourcsd.com  |  916-405-5600 or 405-5300

Today’s gifts are tomorrow’s treasures.

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Activity Guide The Cosumnes Community Services District Activity Guide is published three times each year in April, August, and December. Additional copies are available at the Wackford Community and Aquatic Complex as well as at the CSD Administrative Office (page 59). Download your guide at:

www.yourcsd.com

Report Concerns to The CSD Maintenance Hotline Help keep your neighborhood park safe and looking great. Volunteer to monitor a park or trail. Call for more information and become a Partner for Parks! Maintenance Hotline:

(916) 405-5688

Grafitti, Playground Issues, Tree Issues, Vandalism, Overflowing Trash Cans, Running Water hotline@csdparks.com (916) 405-5688

COSUMNES COMMUNITY SERVICES DISTRICT Your Parks and Recreation, and Fire Departments

The Cosumnes Community Services District (CSD) was created in 1985 and serves an estimated 190,680 south Sacramento County residents in a 157-square-mile area. Its award-winning parks and recreation services—including the operation of 96 CSD parks—operate exclusively within the Elk Grove community. It provides fire protection and emergency medical services for the cities of Elk Grove and Galt and unincorporated areas of south Sacramento County. Inclusive and Adaptive Recreation for People with Disabilities In an effort to meet the needs of the community and in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the CSD wants to ensure that all individuals have access to our programs. Adaptive recreation classes and programs are offered through Recreation ADventures (page 48). Reasonable accommodations for other programs and activities are available and will be determined on an individual basis. To request an accommodation, mark the “Accommodations Needed” box on the registration form. Staff will contact you. Allow at least two weeks advance notice.

Standards of Behavior For the enjoyment and safety of everyone, the CSD expects all participants to treat people and facilities with respect and abide by all rules and direction from staff. The CSD reserves the right to refuse service to anyone for failure to abide by these standards. The Cosumnes CSD reserves the right to photograph facilities, activities, and program participants for potential future use in advertising brochures, the CSD website, or other promotion purposes only.

Our commitment to water conservation The CSD has always been committed to water conservation. Last summer, we did our part again by exceeding our water savings goal of 15%. This was achieved by diligently tracking water use, and regularly checking irrigation systems to maintain efficiency. During the winter months when irrigation systems are turned off, the CSD’s highly-trained irrigation staff continue to inspect parks and streetscape sprinklers and other aspects of our system to ensure efficient performance when the system is turned back on. Save water – we all can do it! The CSD encourages residents to participate in saving water by making sure their sprinklers are operating efficiently and any broken or damaged heads are replaced before turning systems back on for the summer. To learn more about how you can help conserve water, visit: www.saveourwater.com


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The Cosumnes Parks and Recreation Department owns and manages over 1,000 acres of land including 97 parks as well as streetscapes, and trails. The CSD’s award winning park system and services is one of the key contributors to Elk Grove livability. If you have questions about funding and long term sustainability of your local park system, this is the class for you. CSD staff will provide information about park and public landscape funding and answer all your questions about: • • • •

"Landscape and Lighting" assessments How assessments are determined What assessments can be used for How and why are assessments increased

WACKFORD COMPLEX · WILLO W R OOM

FREE · PRE-REGISTR ATION REQUIRED

Instructors: Steve Sims, CSD Parks Superintendent and Rachele Manges, CSD Management Analyst

Wednesday, 8/22

Saturday, 9/29

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Beat the heat with the CSD Summer Aquatic Pass! Page 10

Kid Central Summer Day Camp Page 21

Science

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Youth & Teen

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Sports

Pages32–33

Emerald Lakes

Discover Foot Golf at Emerald Lakes Golf Course! Page 46

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