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 PARKS GUIDE  

 RECREATION ACTIVITIES  

  FIRE SAFETY INFO


Sunday, February 11, 2018


Saturday, March 31st! Enjoy a pancake breakfast with the Bunny. Each child will have an to opportunity to visit with the Bunny. This is co-sponsored by the Pride of Laguna Creek Lions Club. Register early, seating is limited. Fees: 2 and up $5 in advance / $7 at the door All members of the party must pay. Seating Times: 8:00–8:45 am (7231) 8:45-9:30 am (7232) 9:30–10:15 am (7233) 10:15–11:00 am (7234)

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May 6 Emerald Lakes Golf Course 10651 E. Stockton Blvd., Elk Grove

For children 7–12

Get Wacky & Win!

Prizes will be awarded for the Wackiest Costume Contest and Wackiest Golf Cart Contest! Lunch, music, and fun activities following the event! Pre-event activities start at 9 am with tee off starting at 10 am.

$30 per twosome (7230) (One person must be 18+ to drive golf cart.)

All equipment provided.

$20/person (6943)

$30 at the door

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SPECIAL EVENTS

COSUMNES CSD

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CSD Emerald Lakes Golf Course Presents

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2018 GOLF TOURNAMENT EMERALD LAKES GOLF COURSE

SATURDAY MARCH 17, $50, EVERYONE WELCOME

Shotgun Start 8:30, Lunch and Prizes 18 holes of golf, best two balls of the foursome Sign up as a team or individually (6966) Emerald Lakes Golf Course (916) 685-GOLF (4653) 10651 E. Stockton Blvd., Elk Grove, CA 95624

Contribute to the Enrichment of Your Community

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SPECIAL EVENTS

Saturday, April 28, 2018 | Elk Grove Regional Park | 9 am - 5 pm Learn about healthy habits, fitness and nutrition • Take part in class demonstrations & activities Grab lunch or a snack and catch some entertainment • Free fun for all ages! Pre-registration is required for competitions (Kid’s Ninja Warrior and The Elk Grove Gauntlet).

Cpetitiоs FITFEST C Kid’s Ninja Warrior

Obacle Course

Age 6-12 $25/participant (includes white t-shirt)

Registration is limited to the first 300 children. Each participant gets one hour on two obstacle courses. Register for available time slots between 9am–3pm per age group. Registration is taken at any CSD Parks and Recreation office, by calling (916) 405-5600, or online at www.yourcsd.com.

The Elk Grove Gauntlet

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Age 18+ $100/team (2 males or 2 females)

Calling all athletes! Recruit a partner for this one day fitness challenge. This competition will be open to Scaled (novice), Rx (Open), and Masters (40+). Come test your abilities in conditioning and strength. An award ceremony follows the competition and prizes are given in each category. Teams of 2 males or 2 females can pre-register at www.elkgrovecity.org.

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FREE

Family Fun

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AQUATICS

LESSON LEVELS Wackford Aquatic Complex [ Group Lesson $64 ] [ Private Lesson $104 ] Starfish Ages 3+

For children who have not participated in lessons before or are not comfortable in the water. Child learns to submerge face independently and is introduced to floating and locomotion.

Seahorse Ages 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.

Minnow Ages 3+

Child must be able to swim and float independently on front and back. Child refines front crawl with rotary breathing and back crawl. They are introduced to elementary backstroke and treading water.

SPRING I: April 30– May 10 Mon – Thu

Otter Ages 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.

Private Lessons Ages 5+

Private lessons are for children of all abilities, from beginner to advance. One-on-one instruction taught at student’s individual level gives the benefit of more practice time and greater feedback, allowing for a more personalized lesson.

SPRING II: MAY 14–24 Mon – Thu 4:15 4:45 5:15 5:45 6:15 6:45

4:15 4:45 5:15 5:45 6:15 6:45

HELPFUL HINTS Make sure you have selected the appropriate level. Once registered, you can only transfer classes 72 hours prior to the start day. 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. If unsure of which level your child is in, choose the level you know they can do the skills in (refer to Progress Report on website). Have a second and third time choice ready when registering or transferring as classes fill up quickly. Your child will not be moved to a different level or class if registered incorrectly. You may be asked to leave the class without a refund or credit. Remember that both the Jerry Fox Swim Center and Wackford Community and Aquatic Complex offer swim lessons, so if a class is full at one pool, check the other facility.

Starfish

Starfish

Seahorse

Seahorse

Make sure your child has a swim suit, towel, and sun block. For children in diapers, swim diapers must be worn in the pool.

Minnow

Minnow

Goggles and swim caps can be worn as well.

Otter

Otter

Private

Private

Be on time or early to class.

REFUND POLICY: Refunds will be granted if cancellations are received 72 hours prior to the first class. Failure to attend a program, signing up for the wrong class, or “no shows” will not be granted refunds, credits, and are non-transferable.


COMPETITIVE SWIM & LIFEGUARD

American Red Cross Lifeguard Training

Age 4–18 Continue your stroke development, technique and conditioning with quality coaches that promote a positive swimming experience. This is not a learn-to-swim program. Practices will have emphasis on increased yardage and quality conditions and will continue the philosophy of competitive swimming.

Age 15+ Prerequisites: 15 years of age, pass pre-course swim test. To learn more, search YouTube for “CSD Aquatics ARC Lifeguard Prereq” **Must register by Final Registration Date and have completed online work by Start Date** Online and classroom program that enhances essential learning of the principals of lifeguarding. Course begins with participation in an 8-hour online class and continues with instructor led skills and water work in the classroom. Learn rescue skills, first aid, CPR/AED, and professional lifeguard responsibilities. Successful completion of this course will certify you in Lifeguard Training, First Aid, CPR for the Professional Rescuer/ AED and Emergency Oxygen for two years.

Wackford Aquatic Complex Coaches: Elk Grove Piranhas led by Brenda Smart WHITE/BLUE GROUP:

$125

Age 7-12. Pre-requisite: swim 25 yards unassisted without stopping For entry level to intermediate swimmers introducing all strokes and working on improving stroke technique. 5308 M-F 1/3-1/31*

5:00-6:00pm

GOLD/HIGH SCHOOL GROUP

$175

Age 13–18. Pre-requisite: Swim a 100-yard IM unassisted without stopping or on a High School Swim Team For more advanced competitive swimmers and high school swimmers to build technique, endurance, strength and speed for better racing performance. 5304 M-F 1/3-1/31* SPRINT GROUP:

3:30-5:00pm $175

Age 12–18. Pre-requisite: 50 yards freestyle, 28.00 girls / 25.50 boys For elite swimmers wanting to experience competitive USS workouts and meets. This is a sprint training program. Focus is on events 200 yards or less. 5306 M-F *No Class 1/15

1/3-1/31*

3:30-5:00pm

Instructor: Aquatic Management staff Wackford Complex, Blue Heron Room $195 7134 Final Registration Date: Sun, 3/11 M, W, F 3/19-3/23 4:30 pm - 9:00 pm Sat 3/24 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

American Red Cross Lifeguard Training Review Age 15+ Prerequisites: 15 years of age and proof of a current ARC Lifeguard certification brought to class This class will re-certify you as an American Red Cross Lifeguard by refreshing your water rescue skills, CPR, Rescue Breathing, AED, and First Aid. Successful completion of this course will re-certify you in Lifeguard Training, CPR/ AED, and First Aid for two years. Instructor: Aquatic Management staff Wackford Complex, Blue Heron Room $105 7138 Thu 4/19 5:00 - 9:00 pm Sat 4/21 9:00 - 1:00 pm

Water Safety Instructor

7136 Final Registration Date: Sun, 3/29 Fri 4/6 4:30 pm - 9:00 pm Sat/Sun 4/7-4/8 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Age 16+ Prerequisites: 16 years of age, show level IV swimming ability, pass pre-course written and water skills test. An advanced training for individuals to teach American Red Cross learn-to-swim lesson courses. Future instructors will learn how to use course materials, develop lesson plans, conduct classes, and evaluate students.

7137 Final Registration Date: Th, 4/5 Fri 4/13 4:30 pm - 9:00 pm Sat-Sun 4/14-4/15 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Instructor: Mike Dopson Wackford Complex, Willow Room $225 7139 M-Th 3/26-3/29 9:00am-3:00pm

7135 Final Registration Date: Sun, 3/18 M-Th 3/26-3/29 9:00 am - 2:30 pm

Lifeguard Positions Available (APPLICATION DEADLINE: 4/22/18) View job description and get application at www.yourcsd.com.

Applicants need to be 16 years of age and have completed American Red Cross Lifeguard Training. Classes fill quickly so enroll today!

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Winter Competitive Swim Program

AQUATICS


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AQUATICS

WATER AEROBICS

Deep Water Aerobics Age 16+ 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 your cardiovascular exercise or helping to treat muscle and bone injuries. This is a deep water fitness class taught by trained and certified instructors in a water depth of 8-feet. (Aqua belts and barbells are provided. Participants need to bring their own water noodle) Wackford Aquatic Complex, $4/class SESSION 1 7006 T,Th 1/2-1/11 9:00am-9:55am 7007 T,Th 1/2-1/11 6:15pm-7:10pm 6985 M,W 1/3-1/10 9:00am-9:55am 7025 Fri 1/5-1/12 9:00am-9:55am 6999 Sat 1/6-1/13 9:00am-9:55am SESSION 2 7008 T,Th 1/16-1/25 9:00am-9:55am 7009 T,Th 1/16-1/25 6:15pm-7:10pm 6987 M,W 1/17-1/24* 9:00am-9:55am 7026 Fri 1/19-1/26 9:00am-9:55am 7000 Sat 1/20-1/27 9:00am-9:55am SESSION 3 6989 M,W 1/29-2/7 9:00am-9:55am 7010 T,Th 1/30-2/8 9:00am-9:55am 7011 T,Th 1/30-2/8 6:45pm-7:40pm 7027 Fri 2/2-2/9 9:00am-9:55am 7001 Sat 2/3-2/10 9:00am-9:55am SESSION 4 6991 M,W 2/12-2/21* 9:00am-9:55am 7012 T,Th 2/13-2/22 9:00am-9:55am 7013 T,Th 2/13-2/22 6:45pm-7:40pm 7028 Fri 2/16-2/23 9:00am-9:55am 7002 Sat 2/17-2/24 9:00am-9:55am SESSION 5 6993 M,W 2/26-3/7 9:00am-9:55am 6994 M,W 2/26-3/7 7:05pm-8:00pm 7014 T,Th 2/27-3/8 9:00am-9:55am 7015 T,Th 2/27-3/8 7:05pm-8:00pm 6982 Fri 3/2-3/9 9:00am-9:55am 7003 Sat 3/3-3/10 9:00am-9:55am SESSION 6 6995 M,W 3/12-3/21 9:00am-9:55am 6996 M,W 3/12-3/21 7:05pm-8:00pm 7017 T,Th 3/13-3/22 9:00am-9:55am 7016 T,Th 3/13-3/22 7:05pm-8:00pm 6983 Fri 3/16-3/23 9:00am-9:55am 7004 Sat 3/17-3/24 9:00am-9:55am

SESSION 7 6998 M,W 3/26-4/4 9:00am-9:55am 6997 M,W 3/26-4/4 7:05pm-8:00pm 7018 T,Th 3/27-4/5 9:00am-9:55am 7019 T,Th 3/27-4/5 7:05pm-8:00pm 6984 Fri 3/30-4/6 9:00am-9:55am 7005 Sat 3/31-4/7 9:00am-9:55am SESSION 8 7030 M,W 4/9-4/18 9:00am-9:55am 7031 M,W 4/9-4/18 7:05pm-8:00pm 7033 T,Th 4/10-4/19 9:00am-9:55am 7034 T,Th 4/10-4/19 7:05pm-8:00pm 7029 Fri 4/13-4/20 9:00am-9:55am 7032 Sat 4/14-4/21 9:00am-9:55am SESSION 9 7036 M,W 4/23-5/2 9:00am-9:55am 7037 M,W 4/23-5/2 7:05pm-8:00pm 7039 T,Th 4/24-5/3 9:00am-9:55am 7040 T,Th 4/24-5/3 7:05pm-8:00pm 7035 Fri 5/4 9:00am-9:55am 7038 Sat 5/5 9:00am-9:55am SESSION 10 7042 M,W 5/7-5/16 9:00am-9:55am 7043 M,W 5/7-5/16 7:05pm-8:00pm 7047 T,Th 5/8-5/17 9:00am-9:55am 7048 T,Th 5/8-5/17 7:05pm-8:00pm 7041 Fri 5/11-5/18 9:00am-9:55am 7046 Sat 5/12-5/19 9:00am-9:55am SESSION 11 7052 M,W 5/21-5/30* 9:00am-9:55am 7053 M,W 5/21-5/30* 7:05pm-8:00pm 7054 T,Th 5/22-5/31 9:00am-9:55am 7055 T,Th 5/22-5/31 7:05pm-8:00pm 7051 Fri 5/25-6/1 9:00am-9:55am *No Class 2/19, 5/28

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 workout to strengthen, tone, and build the body’s 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 Aquatic Complex, $4/class SESSION 10 7044 M,W 5/7-5/16 10:00am-10:55am 7045 M,W 5/7-5/16 8:05pm-9:00pm 7049 T,Th 5/8-5/17 10:00am-10:55am 7050 T,Th 5/8-5/17 8:05pm-9:00pm

SESSION 11 7056 M,W 5/21-5/30* 10:00am-10:55am 7058 M,W 5/21-5/30* 8:05pm-9:00pm 7057 T,Th 5/22-5/31 10:00am-10:55am 7059 T,Th 5/22-5/31 8:05pm-10:00pm *No Class 5/28


SWIM FOR FITNESS & POOL RENTALS

AQUATICS

Swimming is the number one exercise among adults to improve cardiovascular health, build muscle strength, endurance, and maintain a healthy weight. We are excited to assist you with regular opportunities for you to swim your way into fitness! The CSD Aquatics staff encourages you to share a lane with a fellow swimmer and ask us any questions before beginning your workout. Days, times, and lane availability will vary throughout the winter and spring months. It is highly encouraged that you visit our website for updated days and times that the pool is available. Use of the pool is not exclusive and will be shared with other CSD programs.

Wackford Aquatic Complex Swim for Fitness Fees: $6 Drop-in $50 10-Visit Punch Pass $40 Monthly Pass $35 Monthly Automatic Payment

Please visit yourcsd.com/Swim4Fitness for pool dates and hours

Private Pool Rentals Available:

June 2 – September 16, 2018 Both the Jerry Fox Swim Center and the Wackford Community & Aquatic Complex are available to rent for your special occasion. Rentals include exclusive use of the pool(s), grass area, and deck. Reservations are available for a 2-hour minimum on Saturday and Sunday evenings. To obtain an application, visit the Wackford Complex or download an application at www.yourcsd.com.

Reservations begin Wednesday, February 7, 2018

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Age 16+

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Terra Linda Dr.

Laguna Main St.

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Elk Grove-Florin Rd.

Bond Rd. El Toreador Way

Tiny Tot Connection Tiny Tot Station

Bruceville Rd.

Franklin Blvd.

I-5

Tiny Tot Neighbors Laguna Blvd.

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

EDUCATION & FITNESS

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Paint Me a Story Age 3 – 6 with participating adult This class is a hands-on adventure into the world of ceramics. Join us as we introduce a fun new story each week. Then bring the story to life by painting your very own piece of pottery inspired by the story. Wear play clothes. Projects created available for pickup approximately one week after class.

You and Me Mathmagical Fun for the Little One

Gifts From the Heart of Elk Grove 9685 Elk Grove-Florin Road Instructor: Susie Franklin Roeser  GOLDILOCKS AND THE THREE BEARS $8 5801 Wed 1/24 9:00am-10:00am 5802 Wed 1/24 5:00pm-6:00pm PATTERNS $8 5805 Wed 2/7 9:00am-10:00am 7222 Wed 2/7 5:00pm-6:00pm CANDY HEART MATH $10 5804 Wed 2/14 9:00am-10:00am 7221 Wed 2/14 5:00pm-6:00pm

You and Me Stories and Art From the Heart Age 2–6 Each class will begin with listening to a story followed by an art project that reflects the style art in the book. Child and adult will work as a team to complete the art project. Gifts From the Heart of Elk Grove 9685 Elk Grove-Florin Road

$10

Instructor: Susie Franklin Roeser  SNOWBALLS 5803 Wed 1/31 9:00am-10:00am 7220 Wed 1/31 5:00pm-6:00pm MEET MAISY 5823 Wed 2/21 9:00am-10:00am 5821 Wed 2/21 5:00pm-6:00pm DR.SEUSS 5822 Wed 2/28 9:00am-10:00am 6493 Wed 2/28 5:00pm-6:00pm PINKALICIOUS 5824 Wed 3/7 9:00am-10:00am 7223 Wed 3/7 5:00pm-6:00pm IT LOOKED LIKE SPILT MILK 5825 Wed 3/14 9:00am-10:00am 7219 Wed 3/14 5:00pm-6:00pm

Age 4 –10 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!

Color Me Mine Studio $8 7440 Laguna Blvd., Ste. 100 $17.28 supply fee

Wackford Complex, Kitchen/Poppy Room B

Instructor: Color Me Mine staff THEME 5806 Tue 2/1

Instructor: Heather Saldivar VALENTINES FUN 5837 Wed 1/24 WACKY WINTER FUN 5838 Wed 2/21 SPRINGTIME FUN 5836 Mon 3/26 CUTE CRITTER FUN 5839 Mon 4/23 CHOCOLATE COVERED FUN 7258 Wed 5/23

5:00pm-5:45pm

Kinder Taekwondo

Age 2–6 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.

You and Me Chocolate Fun

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, Classroom 2 Supply Fee (uniform) Instructor: Ronald Robinson BEGINNERS 5793 M,W 1/10-1/31 5794 M,W 2/5-3/5* 5795 M,W 3/7-4/4 5796 M,W 4/9-5/2

$75 $45

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

WHITE BELT WITH YELLOW STRIPE 5797 M,W 1/10-1/31 5:45pm-6:30pm 5798 M,W 2/5-3/5* 5:45pm-6:30pm 5799 M,W 3/7-4/4 5:45pm-6:30pm 5800 M,W 4/9-5/2 5:45pm-6:30pm *No Class 2/19

Kids Self-Defense and Safety 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. Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A

$15 Supply Fee $15

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

Pee Wee Tennis 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. Students must bring their own racquet. Instructor: Kenny Pack, USPTA Professional Miwok Park Tennis Court AGES 3–4 6617 Wed 4/4-4/25 6618 Wed 5/2-5/30* AGES 5–6 6622 Wed 5/2-5/30* 6621 Wed 4/4-4/25 *No Class 5/23

$50 3:30pm-4:00pm 3:30pm-4:00pm 4:00pm-4:30pm 4:00pm-4:30pm

The First Tee Wee Golf Class

$30

Instructor: Mark Gothard TOTS WITH PARTICIPATING ADULT 5917 Sat 1/6-1/27 8:30am-9:00am 5918 Sat 2/3-2/24 8:30am-9:00am 5919 Sat 3/3-3/31 8:30am-9:00am 5920 Sat 4/7-4/28 8:30am-9:00am 6922 Sat 5/5-5/26 8:30am-9:00am

For Ages 4-5. Your child will learn the basics of the full swing, putting, chipping, and golf course etiquette. See page 27 for details


DANCE & GYMNASTICS

TOTS CLASSES

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Dance Classes Me and My Shadow

First Steps in Dance

Age 2 – 3 with participating adult With an emphasis on ‘bubbly fun,’ activities include exercise and dancing to music, along with colorful hoops, scarves, balls and props. Recommended for 3-year-olds getting ready for First Steps class. 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.’

Instructor: Encore! Studio of Performing Arts Staff Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A $72 5944 Tue 1/16-2/20 4:45pm-5:15pm 5945 Tue 2/27-4/10* 4:45pm-5:15pm Encore! Studio 5948 Sat 5949 Sat 7260 Mon 7261 Mon

9154 E. Stockton Blvd $72 1/20-2/24 12:00pm-12:30pm 3/3-4/14* 12:00pm-12:30pm 1/22-3/5 7:00 pm-7:30pm 3/12-4/16 7:00 pm-7:30pm

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B $72 5946 Mon 1/22-3/5* 6:00pm-6:30pm 5947 Mon 3/12-4/16 6:00pm-630pm *No Class 2/19, 3/27, 3/31

Instructor: Encore! Studio of Performing Arts Staff Encore! Studio 9154 E. Stockton Blvd $84 5892 Th 1/18-2/22 5:30pm-6:15pm 5890 Sat 1/20-2/24 10:00am-10:45am 5893 Th 3/1-4/12 5:30pm-6:15pm 5891 Sat 3/3-4/7 10:00am-10:45am Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A $84 5886 Tue 1/16-2/20 6:30pm-7:15pm 5887 Tue 2/27-4/10* 6:30pm-7:15pm Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B $84 5888 Mon 1/22-3/5* 5:00pm-5:45pm 5889 Mon 3/12-4/16 5:00pm-5:45pm *No Class 2/19, 3/27, 3/29, 3/31

Parents and Tots Age 2 – 41/2 with participating adult Designed for parents and toddlers to interact in an educational and nurturing setting. Storytime, freeplay, singing, art projects, and tabletime are included. Class is designed to acquaint children with learning concepts and positive inter-social relationships. Instructor: Katie Thomas Wackford Complex, Poppy Room AGE 2–31/2 $72 Supply Fee $20 5817 Wed 1/10-2/28 9:00am-10:00am 5818 Wed 3/7-5/9* 9:00am-10:00am

AGE 3–41/2 $96 Supply Fee $30 5819 Wed 1/10-2/28 10:15am-11:45am 5820 Wed 3/7-5/9* 10:15am-11:45am *No Class 3/28, 4/4

Gymnastics Classes Taught by Elevate Gymnastics Academy staff

Parent Participation Gym Age 14 months – 2 years 11 months 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

5809 Tue 1/23-2/27 10:30am-11:15am 5810 Wed 1/24-2/28 10:40am-11:25am 5811 Wed 1/24-2/28 6:30pm-7:15pm 5812 Fri 1/26-3/2 5:30pm-6:15pm 5813 Tue 3/6-4/17 10:30am-11:15am 5814 Wed 3/7-4/18* 10:40am-11:25am 5815 Wed 3/7-4/18* 6:30pm-7:15pm 5816 Fri 3/9-4/20* 5:30pm-6:15pm 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 *No Class 3/27, 3/28, 3/30

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

5826 Tue 1/23-2/27 11:30am-12:15pm 5827 Wed 1/24-2/28 9:00am-9:45am 5828 Wed 1/24-2/28 11:30am-12:15pm 5829 Tue 3/6-4/17* 11:30am-12:15pm 5830 Wed 3/7-4/18* 9:00am-9:45am 5831 Wed 3/7-4/18* 11:30am-12:15pm 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 *No Class 3/27, 3/28

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$70

5785 Tue 1/23-2/27 11:30am-12:15pm 5786 Wed 1/24-2/28 9:50am-10:35am 5787 Wed 1/24-2/28 4:30pm-5:15pm 5788 Fri 1/26-3/2 4:30pm-5:15pm 5789 Tue 3/6-4/17* 11:30am-12:15pm 5790 Wed 3/7-4/18* 9:50am-10:35am 5791 Wed 3/7-4/18* 4:30pm-5:15pm 5792 Fri 3/9-4/20* 4:30pm-5:15pm 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 *No Class 3/27, 3/28, 3/30


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CSD PROGRAM

KID CENTRAL

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F e u v n a ! H s d i K

Kid Central is committed to providing a fun, safe, age-appropriate recreation enrichment program which encourages social development, provides diverse experiences, promotes health/wellness, and responds to the needs of families, schools, and the community.

Off-Track Day Cam p Monday–Friday Youth Center at Elk Gr ov 9922 Elk Grove-Florin e Park Road

7am - 6pm

Looking for fun while off track or on break? We offer fun daily activ such as arts and crafts ities , sports and games, sci ence and cooking proje and free time to enjoy cts, with friends. A healthy morning and afternoo snack is included. Child n must wear closed-toe shoes and bring ready -to-eat lunch that does not req uire microwaving.

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YOUTH CLASSES

MUSIC

NewSongs School of Music Taught by NewSongs staff 10481 Grant Line Road, #100

Beginning Drum

Beginning Violin

Age 5 – 8 Students will work together to master rhythm skills by ear and by reading music; 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.

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 their ears to make a perfect tone. Students must provide their own violin.

10481 Grant Line Road #100 5856 Fri 1/5-1/26 5857 Fri 2/9-3/2

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

10481 Grant Line Road #100 5858 Fri 3/9-3/23

$30 4:00pm-5:00pm

10481 Grant Line Road #100 5859 Fri 4/6-4/20

$45 4:00pm-5:00pm

Optional Supply Fee $35

10481 Grant Line Road #100 5852 Th 1/4-1/25 5853 Th 2/8-3/1

$70 3:30pm-4:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm

10481 Grant Line Road #100 5854 Th 3/8-3/22 5855 Th 4/5-4/19

$52 3:30pm-4:30pm 3:30pm-4:30pm

Guitar for Kids Age 8–12 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. Wackford Complex, Willow Room Instructor: Steve Dunne LEVEL 1 5900 Wed 1/10-2/14 5901 Wed 3/7-4/11 LEVEL 2 5902 Wed 1/10-2/14 5903 Wed 3/7-4/11

$80 Supply Fee $10

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

Piano Lessons with Simply Music 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. Laguna Town Hall, Room 1

$150 Supply Fee $35

Instructor: Sharissa Delgado LEVEL 1 5951 Mon 1/29-3/26 4:30pm-5:20pm 7267 Mon 4/2-5/21 4:30pm-5:20 pm LEVEL 2 5952 Mon 1/29-3/26 5:30pm-6:20pm 7268 Mon 4/2-5/21 5:30pm-6:20 pm *No Class 2/20


ART

Age 6 –12 Discover the art of ceramic painting. This class will cover basic instruction in ceramic painting to help you create your own masterpiece. Learn to use stencils, sponges, masking and freehand techniques. Projects created will be available for pickup approximately one week after class. Color Me Mine Studio $6 7440 Laguna Blvd., Ste. 100 Supply Fee $17.28 THEME 5774 Tue 2/13

Kid’s Art

Kid’s Painting

Age 8 –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.

Age 8 –15 We will be completing two paintings in this 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.

Instructor: Nancy Quiaoit

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B

Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B 5913 Tue 2/6-2/27 4:30pm-5:30pm $55 5914 Tue 3/6-3/20 4:30pm-5:30pm $41 5915 Tue 4/3-4/24 4:30pm-5:30pm $55

5910 Tue 2/6-2/27 6:00pm-7:00pm $65 5911 Tue 3/6-3/20 6:00pm-7:00pm $49 5912 Tue 4/3-4/24 6:00pm-7:00pm $65

Instructor: Nancy Quiaoit

6:00pm-7:15pm

Family Time Painting Age 10+ Come and create a fun holiday painting 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 BABY IT’S COLD OUTSIDE 7183 Wed 1/24 6:00-8:00pm

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PIXIE PETALS 7198 Wed 2/7 6:00-8:00pm

$35/person

EYE SEE YOU EMU 7199 Wed 3/14 6:00-8:00pm

SUNSHINE MEADOWS 7200 Wed 4/11 6:00-8:00pm

SEA TURTLE SURF 7201 Wed 5/9 6:00-8:00pm

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Ceramic Adventures

YOUTH CLASSES


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CULINARY

Chocolate Fun for Kids

Cooking for Youth

Age 7–12 Learn to make numerous delicious chocolate recipes including chocolate covered caramel pretzels, giant marshmallow s’mores and more. Learn candy making tips, storage, packing tricks and the best online and local places to purchase supplies. Take home lots of treats and recipes. (projects vary by the season) Wackford Complex, Kitchen Instructor: Heather Saldivar WACKY WINTER FUN 5862 Mon 1/22 VALENTINES FUN 5863 Mon 2/12 SPRINGTIME FUN 5864 Mon 3/12 CUTE CRITTER FUN 5865 Mon 4/30 CHOCOLATE BAR FUN 7257 Mon 5/21

$25 Supply Fee $15

6:00pm-8:00pm 6:00pm-8:00pm 6:00pm-8:00pm 6:00pm-8:00pm 6:00pm-8:00pm

Age 8 –17 Focus on the basics of cooking: functional use of measuring implements, safe use of the stove, correct food storage, and healthy food handling. Class concludes with a meal prepared by participants. Wackford Complex, Kitchen

$25 Supply Fee $15

Instructor: Liza Kilgariff HEARTY SOUPS 5877 Wed 1/17 5:30pm-7:30pm 5882 Th 1/18 5:30pm-7:30pm 4 GREAT DINNER PASTAS 5876 Wed 2/14 5:30pm-7:30pm 5881 Th 2/15 5:30pm-7:30pm CHINESE FOOD 5880 Wed 3/14 5:30pm-7:30pm 5884 Th 3/15 5:30pm-7:30pm ITALIAN FOOD 5878 Wed 4/18 5:30pm-7:30pm 5883 Th 4/19 5:30pm-7:30pm MEXICAN FOOD 7211 Wed 4/25 5:30pm-7:30pm 5879 Th 4/26 5:30pm-7:30pm WHAT CAN WE DO WITH A HOT DOG? 7265 Wed 5/16 5:30 pm-7:30 pm 7266 Thu 5/17 5:30 pm-7:30 pm

REGISTER EARLY! If a course does not meet the minimum number of students, the activity may be canceled. Please sign-up soon.

Youth Cooking Camp Ages 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. Participants will use the ovens, stove top, as well as a variety of kitchen tools to prepare dishes. 1 week session in morning or afternoon: Monday – Breakfast, Tuesday – Lunch Box, Wednesday – Dinner, Thursday – Healthy Snacks, Friday – International. Wackford Complex, Kitchen

$145 Supply Fee $60

Instructor: Liza Kilgariff 5916 M-F 3/26-3/30 9:00am-11:30am 7207 M-F 3/26-3/30 1:00pm-3:30pm

Gourmet Caramel Apples for Kids Age 7–12 In this two hour, hands on workshop, students will learn to make a variety of decadent chocolate and caramel covered apples using various techniques. Learn the tricks of apple preparation, where to purchase materials and the secrets of making enough for a party for a whole lot less! Everyone goes home with lots to share. Wackford Complex, Kitchen Instructor: Heather Saldivar 5894 Mon 2/5 5895 Wed 3/21

$35 Supply Fee $15 6:00pm-8:00pm 6:00pm-8:00pm


DANCE

$25

Instructor: Maria Cisneros 7188 Th 1/4-1/25 6:00pm-7:00pm 7189 Th 2/1-2/22 6:00pm-7:00pm 7190 Th 3/1-3/22 6:00pm-7:00pm 7191 Th 3/12-4/26* 6:00pm-7:00pm 7192 Th 5/3-5/31 6:00pm-7:00pm *Prorated rate $19.00

Hot Hula Fitness for Youth Age 8+ Combine Polynesian steps and basic dance moves in a fun, addictive workout for all fitness levels.

Instructor: Maria Cisneros 6567 Th 1/4-1/25 6568 Th 2/1-2/22 6569 Th 3/1-3/22 7172 Th 3/29-4/26* 7174 Th 5/3-5/31* *No Class 4/19, 5/31

Optional Supply Fee 5:00pm-5:50pm $20 5:00pm-5:50pm $15 5:00pm-5:50pm $25 5:00pm-5:50pm $25 5:00pm-5:50pm $25

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.

Ballet/Tap Combo

Club Hip Hop

Age 41/2 – 8 Class includes introduction for the young dancer to ballet and tap dancing. Class includes vocabulary and fun sing-a-long routines. Dress Code: 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. Open House events are offered every 12 weeks, check with instructor for dates per class.

Age 5 –11 Class includes current styles, terms and techniques of Hip Hop & Funk. Lots of fun and energy in this class! Join us for the latest moves and grooves on the Hip Hop scene. Dress Code: Comfortable loose clothing. Dance sneakers are recommended. Open House events are offered every 12 weeks, check with instructor for dates per class.

AGE 4 1/2 – 5 1/2 Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A $84 5842 Tue 1/16-2/20 5:30pm-6:20pm 5843 Tue 2/27-4/10* 5:30pm-6:20pm Encore! Studio 9154 E. Stockton Blvd $84 5846 Sat 1/20-2/24 9:00am-9:50am 5847 Sat 3/3-4/14 9:00am-9:50am Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B $84 5844 Mon 1/22-3/5* 4:00pm-4:50pm 5845 Mon 3/12-4/16 4:00pm-4:50pm AGE 5 1/2 – 7 Encore! Studio 9154 E. Stockton Blvd $84 5848 Mon 1/22-3/5* 5:00pm-5:50pm 5849 Mon 3/12-4/16 5:00pm-5:50pm AGE 6–8 Encore! Studio 9154 E. Stockton Blvd $84 7262 Th 1/18-2/22 4:30pm-5:15pm 7263 Th 3/1-4/12* 4:30pm-5:15pm *No Class 2/19, 3/27, 3/31 (for all age groups)

Wackford Complex, Willow Room AGE 6-8 5866 5867 5868 5869

Mon 1/22-3/5* Mon 1/22-3/5* Mon 3/12-4/16 Mon 3/12-4/16

$84

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

AGE 9–11 5870 Mon 1/22-3/5* 7:00pm-7:45pm 5871 Mon 3/12-4/16 7:00pm-7:45pm *No Class 2/19 (for both age groups)

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Age 7 + 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.

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A Glimpse of the Pacific for Youth

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YOUTH CLASSES


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SCIENCE

STEM Challenge Spring

Mad Science Spring Break Camp

Age 7 –11 Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO! Build a motorized walking Creeper, a terrifying Ghast, and a motorized Minecart. This project-based camp combines the basic format of our core engineering-themed programs based on the world of Minecraft. Students will explore real-world concepts in physics, engineering and architecture while building their favorite Minecraft objects. Wackford Complex, Willow Room

$115

Instructor: Lynda Weiss  5950 Th 4/19-5/17 4:00pm-5:30pm

California Chess Academy Age 5 –12 Develop your understanding of the king of games. Perfect for beginners and those looking to improve their skills. Chess is fun and exciting with benefits that go far beyond the board itself. No previous knowledge of chess required. Wackford Complex, Willow Room Instructor: Charlotte Bill 5860 Wed 1/3-1/24 5861 Wed 1/31-2/21

$65

4:00pm-5:00pm 4:00pm-5:00pm

Age 6–12 Taught by Mad Science staff

NASA - Journey into Outer Space

Radical Robots

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 star dust 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! Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B

$170

Instructor: Carly Graves 5885 M-F 3/26-3/30* 9:00am-12:00pm *Class will be held in the Teen Center on Tuesday, 3/27

Age 6-12 Robots are taking over! Learn all about robots and how they are used in our world. Perform experiments with cool robots including sound-sensing robots, line-tracking robots, light-sensing robots and even robots that can play soccer! Cool! Discover the science of circuits and how robots use sensors to explore things around them. Throughout this camp, you will make your own robot and take it home at the end of the week! (An additional materials fee of $25 for a robot kit is due at the first day of camp.) *NEW Robot for 2017* Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B $170 Supply Fee $25 Instructor: Carly Graves 7217 M-F 3/26-3/30 1:00pm-4:00pm *Class will be held in the Teen Center on Tuesday, 3/27


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Age 6 – 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. Optional: $30 uniform, $10 belt advancement Instructor: Mark Gothard WHITE BELT: AGE 5-13 Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A $35 5932 Sat 1/6-2/3 9:05am-9:45am 5933 Sat 2/3-2/24 9:05am-9:45am 5934 Sat 3/3-3/31 9:05am-9:45am 5935 Sat 4/7-4/28 9:05am-9:45am 6926 Sat 5/5-5/26 9:05am-9:45am Laguna Town Hall, Classroom 2 $35 5777 Tue 1/9-1/30 5:15pm-5:55pm 5778 Tue 2/6-2/27 5:15pm-5:55pm 5779 Tue 3/6-3/27 5:15pm-5:55pm 5780 Tue 4/3-4/24 5:15pm-5:55pm 6927 Tue 5/1-5/29 5:15pm-5:55pm YELLOW BELT: AGE 5-13 Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A $35 5936 Sat 1/6-1/27 9:50am-10:30am 5937 Sat 2/3-2/24 9:50am-10:30am 5938 Sat 3/3-3/31 9:50am-10:30am 5939 Sat 4/7-4/28 9:50am-10:30am 6928 Sat 5/5-5/26 9:50am-10:30am Laguna Town Hall, Classroom 2 $35 5781 Tue 1/9-1/30 6:00pm-6:40pm 5782 Tue 2/6-2/27 6:00pm-6:40pm 5783 Tue 3/6-3/27 6:00pm-6:40pm 5784 Tue 4/3-4/24 6:00pm-6:40pm 6929 Tue 5/1-5/29 6:00pm-6:40pm ORANGE/PURPLE BELT: AGE 6-13 Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A $35 5925 Sat 1/6-1/27 10:45am-11:25am 5926 Sat 2/3-2/24 10:45am-11:25am 5927 Sat 3/3-3/31 10:45am-11:25am 5928 Sat 4/7-4/28 10:45am-11:25am 6924 Sat 5/5-5/26 10:45am-11:25am GREEN BELT: AGE 8-17 Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A $35 5921 Sat 1/6-1/27 11:30am-12:10pm 5922 Sat 2/3-2/24 11:30am-12:10pm 5923 Sat 3/3-3/31 11:30am-12:10pm 5924 Sat 4/7-4/28 11:30am-12:10pm 6923 Sat 5/5-5/26 11:30am-12:10pm RED/BROWN/BLACK BELT: AGE 8-17 Wackford Complex, Poppy Room A $35 5929 Sat 1/6-1/27 12:15pm-12:55pm 5940 Sat 2/3-2/24 12:15pm-12:55pm 5930 Sat 3/3-3/31 12:15pm-12:55pm 5931 Sat 4/7-4/28 12:15pm-12:55pm 6925 Sat 5/5-5/26 12:15pm-12:55pm

Junior Taekwondo

Karate

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.

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.

Laguna Town Hall, Classroom 2 $75 Supply Fee (Uniform) $45 Instructor: Ronald Robinson  6168 M,W 1/3-1/31 6:30pm-7:15pm 6169 M,W 2/5-2/28* 6:30pm-7:15pm 6170 M,W 4/2-4/30 6:30pm-7:15pm 6171 M,W 3/5-3/28 6:30pm-7:15pm *No Class 2/19

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 Instructor: Shannon Newman BEGINNER 6578 M,W 1/3-1/31* 6579 M,W 2/5-2/28* 6580 M,W 3/5-3/28 6581 M,W 4/2-4/30 7102 M,W 5/2-5/30* *No Class 1/15, 2/19, 5/28 INTERMEDIATE 6582 M,W 1/3-1/31* 6583 M,W 2/5-2/28* 6584 M,W 3/5-3/28 6585 M,W 4/2-4/30 7103 M,W 5/2-5/30* *No Class 1/15, 2/19, 5/28

$45

5:45pm-6:25pm 5:45pm-6:25pm 5:45pm-6:25pm 5:45pm-6:25pm 5:45pm-6:25pm

6:30pm-7:10pm 6:30pm-7:10pm 6:30pm-7:10pm 6:30pm-7:10pm 6:30pm-7:10pm

Instructor: School of the Tiger staff, Jack Raderchak BEGINNER Elk Grove Park, Pavilion 6602 T,Th 1/2-1/30 6603 T,Th 2/1-2/27 6604 T,Th 3/1-3/29 6605 T,Th 4/3-4/26 7144 T,Th 5/1-5/31

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

Wackford Complex, Oak Ballroom $55 6598 M,W 1/3-1/31* 5:00pm-6:00pm 6599 M,W 2/5-2/28* 5:00pm-6:00pm 6600 M,W 3/5-3/28 5:00pm-6:00pm 6601 M,W 4/2-4/30 5:00pm-6:00pm 7143 M,W 5/2-5/30* 5:00pm-6:00pm *No Class 1/15, 2/19, 5/9, 5/28 INTERMEDIATE Elk Grove Park, Pavilion 6610 T,Th 1/2-1/30 6611 T,Th 2/1-2/27 6612 T,Th 3/1-3/29 6613 T,Th 4/3-4/26 7146 T,Th 5/1-5/31

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

Wackford Complex, Oak Ballroom $55 6606 M,W 1/3-1/31* 6:00pm-7:00pm 6607 M,W 2/5-2/28* 6:00pm-7:00pm 6608 M,W 3/5-3/28 6:00pm-7:00pm 6609 M,W 4/2-4/30 6:00pm-7:00pm 7145 M,W 5/2-5/30* 6:00pm-7:00pm *No Class 1/15, 2/19, 5/9, 5/28

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Kids Self-Defense and Safety


In July, we challenged residents to see how many parks they could visit during National Park and Recreation Month. Every time they played in a new park, they posted a picture on social media using the hashtag #CSDParkChallenge. The response was amazing! Max (pictured here at Island Park) and his family won the contest by visiting the most parks in July. Their tally was 39 parks! Share your park adventures with us by using the hashtag #CSDparks!

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INTRODUCING ELK GROVE’S NEWEST PARK

The construction of George Park is well underway and although delayed due to last year’s rains, it is going to be well worth the wait! George Park is a 5 acre park located at the intersection of Epoch Dr. and Glacial Way. The physical address is: 10493 Fossil Way. The park has a prehistoric theme taken from the street names used in the subdivision (Ice Age, Fossil, and Glacier Ways). In addition, research revealed that the remains of a Mammoth

were found west of the park site during the installation of utilities for the subdivision. The theme is incorporated in the play area, the water play element, and in paving patterns surrounding the picnic area. The park site will include large separated play areas for both 2-5 and 5-12 year olds, sand play, a small water play area, walking trail, adult fitness stations, two half-court basketball courts, two picnic areas, horseshoes and a bocce ball court. The park is scheduled to be open by early December.


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QuickStart Tennis Age 6–12 A format designed to allow kids of all levels to learn and play tennis in an EASY and FUN way. Equipment and courts are scaled down to the size of the child. This means playing on smaller courts with lower nets and using age appropriate equipment such as smaller rackets and lower bouncing balls. Learn the game, be on a team with your friends, and have a great time. Miwok Park, Tennis Court

$125

AGES 6-8 6626 Sat 4/7-5/12 9:00am-10:30am AGES 9-12 6627 Sat 4/7-5/12 10:45am-12:15pm

QuickStart Tennis Tournament Age 6–14 Sign up to put your tennis skills to the test in a tournament atmosphere competing against players of the same age group and level. Miwok Park, Tennis Court AGES 6-8 6624 Sat 5/19 AGES 9-14 7149 Sat 5/19

$15 9:00am-11:00am 12:00pm-2:00pm

Gymnastics Classes

Youth Tennis Fundamentals

Taught by Elevate Gymnastics Academy staff

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.

Basic Gym

BEGINNING Laguna Town Hall, Reception Hall $65 7152 Th 2/1-2/22 3:30pm-4:30pm 6644 Th 2/1-2/22 4:30pm-5:30pm 7153 Th 3/1-3/22 3:30pm-4:30pm

Taught by Elevate Gymnastics Academy staff 5770 Tue 1/23-2/27 3:30pm-4:15pm 5766 Wed 1/24-2/28 5:30pm-6:15pm 5767 Fri 1/26-3/2 4:30pm-5:15pm 5771 Fri 1/26-3/2 5:30pm-6:15pm 5772 Tue 3/6-4/17* 3:30pm-4:15pm 5768 Wed 3/7-4/18* 5:30pm-6:15pm 5769 Fri 3/9-4/20* 4:30pm-5:15pm 5773 Fri 3/9-4/20* 5:30pm-6:15pm 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 *No Class 3/27, 3/28, 3/30, 5/29, 5/30, 6/01

Laguna Town Hall, Reception Hall $50 6648 Th 3/1-3/22 4:30pm-5:30pm Miwok Park, Tennis Court 6647 Wed 4/4-4/25 7154 Th 4/5-4/26 6646 Th 4/5-4/26 7155 Tue 5/1-5/29* 6645 Wed 5/2-5/30* 7156 Th 5/3-5/31*

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

ADVANCED BEGINNING Laguna Town Hall, Reception Hall $50 6650 Tue 1/30-2/20* 4:30pm-5:30pm Laguna Town Hall, Reception Hall $65 6651 Tue 2/27-3/20 4:30pm-5:30pm Miwok Park, Tennis Court $65 7150 Tue 4/3-4/24 4:30pm-5:30pm 7151 Tue 5/1-5/29* 4:30pm-5:30pm *No Classes 2/13, 2/15, 5/22, 5/23, 5/24

Age 6–12 Designed to develop coordination and teach beginning tumbling, vault, bars, beam and trampoline. Elevate Gym 3132 Dwight Road, Suite 100

$70

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Tennis Classes with USPTA Kenny Pack


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BASKETBALL & SPRING SPORTS CAMP

Register for Winter/Spring!

Season 1/20/18 – 4/7/18* Registration 11/6/17 through 12/17/17 for $125. Beginning 12/18/17, late registration if space available $135.

Spring Sports Camp Age 6–12 This indoor/outdoor multi-sports camp focuses on improving skill through drills and fun alternative games with an emphasis on fair play and teamwork. Highlighted sports include basketball, soccer, flag football, dodgeball, volleyball and wiffleball. Participants should bring a water bottle and a peanut-free lunch. Camp T-shirt will be provided. Medical registration form required. Wackford Complex, Gym $100 Early Drop-Off (8:00am–9:00am) $15 7216

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3/26-3/30

9:00am- 3:00pm

Looking for things to do With your child?

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. Age 6 and under.

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

• $27/10-visit punch pass Begins 1/2/18

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. Player Clinic Day: 1/20 (about 11/2 hrs) DIV 4:  Age 5–6, N/A DIV 3:  Age 7–8, 11 am, Wackford Complex DIV 2:  Age 9–10, 3 pm, Wackford Complex DIV 1:  Age 11–12, 2 pm, Harriet Eddy School Coaches Orientation 1/18/18, 6:00 pm Wackford Complex

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. Player Clinic Day: 1/20 (about 11/2 hrs) DIV 2:  Age 7–9, 1 pm, Wackford Complex DIV 1:  Age 10–12, 12 pm, Harriet Eddy School

Picture Day 2/3/18

Games Begin 2/10/18 *No games 3/31/18

Mark Your Calendar

Summer season is June – August 2018. Registration Begins 3/15/18.


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Pee Wee Basketball

Wackford Complex, Gym AGE 3-4 $42 5700 Tue 1/9-2/6 5:00pm-5:30pm 5701 Tue 1/9-2/6 5:30pm-6:00pm 5694 Wed 1/10-2/7 10:00am-10:30am 5695 Wed 1/10-2/7 10:30am-11:00am 5706 Th 1/11-2/8 5:00pm-5:30pm 5707 Th 1/11-2/8 5:30pm-6:00pm 5696 Tue 2/13-3/13 10:00am-10:30am 5699 Tue 2/13-3/13 10:30am-11:00am 5708 Th 2/15-3/15 5:00pm-5:30pm 5709 Th 2/15-3/15 5:30pm-6:00pm 5702 Tue 2/20-3/20 5:00pm-5:30pm 5703 Tue 2/20-3/20 5:30pm-6:00pm 5691 Sat 3/10-4/14* 9:00am-9:30am 5697 Wed 3/21-4/25* 10:00am-10:30am 5698 Wed 3/21-4/25* 10:30am-11:00am 5710 Th 3/22-4/26* 5:00pm-5:30pm 5711 Th 3/22-4/26* 5:30pm-6:00pm 5705 Tue 4/3-5/1 5:00pm-5:30pm 5704 Tue 4/3-5/1 5:30pm-6:00pm 5692 Sat 4/21-5/19 9:00am-9:30am 5693 Sat 6/2-6/30 9:00am-9:30am *No Class 3/28, 3/29, 3/31 AGE 5-6 $62 5712 Tue 1/9-2/6 6:00pm-6:45pm 5715 Th 1/11-2/8 6:00pm-6:45pm 5716 Th 2/15-3/15 6:00pm-6:45pm 5713 Tue 2/20-3/20 6:00pm-6:45pm 5717 Th 3/22-4/26* 6:00pm-6:45pm 5714 Tue 4/3-5/1 6:00pm-6:45pm *No Class 3/29

After School Basketball Camp

Billy Bounce 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.

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. Please wear appropriate shoes.

Wackford Complex, Gym 5690 T,Th 1/9-2/8 5750 T,Th 2/13-3/15 5751 T,Th 4/3-5/3 5752 T,Th 5/8-6/7

Wackford Complex, Gym

$80

AGE 5-7 5745 Sun 2/25-4/22* 9:00am-9:45am 5746 Sun 5/13-7/8* 9:00am-9:45am AGE 8-10 5747 Sun 2/25-4/22* 10:00am-10:45am 5748 Sun 5/13-7/8* 10:00am-10:45am *No Class 3/25, 5/27

$70 3:45pm-4:45pm 3:45pm-4:45pm 3:45pm-4:45pm 3:45pm-4:45pm

The First Tee of Greater Sacramento Junior Golf Program

Emerald Lakes Golf Course 10651 E. Stockton Blvd. Instructor: CSD staff, Natalie Farahani

Age 4–18 The program teaches boys and girls to golf and to improve healthy habits, self esteem, and understanding the The Nine Core Values of the program. Classes consist of putting, chipping, full swing, and understanding the course. Participants are encouraged to bring their own clubs but will be provided if needed. Note: The beginning class means that this is your child’s first time in The First Tee class. The intermediate class means that your child has been in a The First Tee class before. BEGINNING $126 Ages 4-5 6957 Wed 4/4-5/16 4:30pm-6:00pm Ages 6-8 6958 Th 4/5-5/17 4:30pm-6:00pm Ages 9-12 6959 Fri 4/6-5/18 4:30pm-6:00pm

INTERMEDIATE $126 Ages 4-5 6961 Wed 4/11-5/23 4:30pm-6:00pm Ages 6-8 6962 Th 4/12-5/24 4:30pm-6:00pm Ages 9-12 6963 Fri 4/13-5/25 4:30pm-6:00pm

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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.


T-BALL & VOLLEYBALL

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Season March – May 2018 Registration: November 27 – January 15 $115/Player Boys and girls play on the same teams. Practices begin in February with locations, day, and time determined by the coach. All players field and bat each inning and no score or outs are kept. The T-ball Tribune, a newsletter detailing important dates, team assignments, and picture day, is available at registration. Amundson Park Age 3½–4 5074 Age 5–6 5078

Morse Park Age 3½–4 5076 Age 5–6 5079

Laguna Community Park Age 3½–4 5077 Age 5–6 5080

Limited am T-Ball Te ships Sponsor ! Available

Force Volleyball Training Team

Rookie T-Ball Clinic

Age 7 –16 FPVC Training Team is an excellent series of clinics that will help athletes of all skill level improve upon their passing, setting, hitting and serving. Our Training Team is open to boys and girls - you do not need prior experience to sign up! All clinics are run by Force Performance Volleyball coaching staff.

Support the kids and get your business noticed! DEADLINE - Jan 12, 2018 For information, please call 405-5303.

Wackford Complex, Gym Instructor: Kristen Williams 5428 Mon 1/8-2/5* 7214 Wed 2/21-3/19 7215 Mon 4/2-4/25 *No Class 1/15

$100 3:45pm-4:45pm 3:45pm-4:45pm 3:45pm-4:45pm

Age 3 – 6, Must be 3 by September 5, 2017 Designed to prepare players to participate in the upcoming T-Ball league. Learn the fundamentals of baseball including proper throwing, catching and hitting mechanics, catching fly balls, fielding ground balls, and base running. Wear your tennis shoes and bring your mitt and hat. Fee includes a camp t-shirt. Wackford Complex, Gym

$48

Instructor: CSD staff w/ Franklin High baseball team 5424 Sat 1/27-2/10 8:00am-9:00am 5425 Sat 1/27-2/10 9:00am-10:00am


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Age 3 – 6 Teaches children the FUNdamentals of soccer, good sportsmanship and team work all in a participation-based, recreational environment. Boys and girls play on the same team. Members are often grouped by school of attendance. Practices begin in May with day and time to be determined 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 info, will be available at registration. 6915 6918 6916 6917

3-4 years old 5-6 years old 3-4 years old 5-6 years old

Morse Park Morse Park Laguna Park Laguna Park

SEASON: 6/9/18 – 7/28/18* Coaches Orientation: 5/10 Picture day: 6/2 Games begin: 6/9* *No games 6/30 Locations: Laguna Community Park & Morse Park Registration: 2/26-4/16 $115 Late Registration: 4/17 $125

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! No special equipment is required for Mommy/ Daddy & Me Soccer. Shorts, t-shirt and tennis shoes are fine. Jerseys are included in the registration fee, they are handed out on the 3rd or 4th week of the session. Wackford Complex, Gym

$71

Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer Staff 6919 Tue 1/9-2/13 10:00am-10:30am 5737 Wed 1/10-2/14 5:00pm-5:30pm 6920 Wed 2/14-3/21 10:00am-10:30am 5739 Wed 2/21-4/4* 5:00pm-5:30pm 6921 Tue 4/3-5/8 10:00am-10:30am 5738 Wed 4/11-5/16 5:00pm-5:30pm *No Class 3/28

Outdoor Pee Wee Soccer

Indoor Pee Wee Soccer

Age 3 – 6 Introduce your child to the world of sports through a non-competitive soccer skills clinic. Instruction will encourage age-appropriate activities while teaching socialization, team work, and gross motor skills. This class will provide a fun and positive interaction in a nurturing environment. Parents are encouraged to participate with their child.

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. Please wear athletic shoes (no cleats allowed).

Miwok Park, Soccer Field

AGE 3-4 $42 5733 Tue 1/9-2/6 10:30am-11:00am 5720 Wed 1/10-2/7 5:30pm-6:00pm 5721 Fri 1/12-2/9 5:30pm-6:00pm 5734 Wed 2/14-3/14 10:30am-11:00am 5722 Wed 2/14-3/14 5:30pm-6:00pm 5723 Fri 2/16-3/16 5:30pm-6:00pm 5744 Tue 3/20-4/24* 10:30am-11:00am 5724 Wed 3/21-4/25* 5:30pm-6:00pm 5732 Fri 4/6-5/4 5:30pm-6:00pm *No Class 3/27, 3/28 AGE 5-6 $62 5726 Wed 1/10-2/7 6:00pm-6:45pm 5727 Fri 1/12-2/9 6:00pm-6:45pm 5729 Wed 2/14-3/14 6:00pm-6:45pm 5728 Fri 2/16-3/16 6:00pm-6:45pm 5725 Wed 3/21-4/25* 6:00pm-6:45pm 5730 Fri 4/6-5/4 6:00pm-6:45pm *No Class 3/27, 3/28

Instructor: Local youth soccer coaches AGE 3-4 $42 6677 Tue 4/17-5/15 5:15pm-5:45pm 6909 Wed 4/18-5/16 5:15pm-5:45pm 6910 Th 4/19-5/17 5:15pm-5:45pm AGE 5-6 $62 6908 Tue 4/17-5/15 5:45pm-6:30pm 6912 Wed 4/18-5/16 5:45pm-6:30pm 6913 Th 4/19-5/17 5:45pm-6:30pm

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

$82

Instructor: Local youth soccer coaches 6914 T,Th 4/17-5/17 6:30pm-7:30pm

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TEEN ACTION COMMITTEE TAC works as a team to create positive opportunities for Elk Grove teens. Members are selected through a juried application process. Members meet bi-monthly to discuss current youth trends and plan positive events that better their community.

Leadership  •  Teamwork •  Service •  Fun TAC offers fun events and informative workshops throughout the year. Past events include: • Open Mic Night • Band Night • Cooking Workshop • Multi Cultural Event • Black Light Game Night • Stress Reduction Workshop • Resume Workshop • Film Festival TAC also provides teens with opportunities to participate in community service projects. Events are open to the Elk Grove teen community.

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EDUCATION & CULINARY

All classes require parent/guardian to accompany teen to first class and sign a Hold Harmless form prior to participation. Supply fees payable to instructor at first class.

Cooking for Youth Age 8 –17 Focus on the basics of cooking: functional use of measuring implements, safe use of the stove, correct food storage, and healthy food handling. Class concludes with a meal prepared by participants. Wackford Complex, Kitchen

Driver Education Age 15–17 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.

Driver Ed – Online 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 within 72 hours with directions on how to proceed. There are no refunds once registered.

Teen CPR/AED & First Aid Age 11–17 Covers adult, child and infant CPR/AED and basic first aid (2 - yr certifications). The class will include instruction on choke rescue, CPR/ AED, what to do in an emergency, bleeding, burns, shock, sudden illness, and heat/cold emergencies. Bring a sack lunch. Wackford Complex, Willow Room

$45 $20 supply fee

Instructor: Donald P. Morgan Wackford Complex, Willow Room 7167 Tu, Th 2/13-2/15 6:00pm-9:00pm 7168 Tu, Th 4/17-4/19 6:00pm-9:00pm Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B 7169 Tu, Th 5/15-5/17 6:00pm-9:00pm

Internet $40 Call 405-5600 to register or yourcsd.com.

Driver Education

Certified Babysitting

The instructors use a variety of teaching styles to entertain and engage all different types of learners. Bring a sack lunch, pen and paper to class. Class must be completed in its entirety to receive a DMV-accepted completion certificate.

Age 11–16 Emphasizes skills in leadership, decision making, safe play, basic childcare, first aid, and professionalism. Learn to evaluate and avoid hazards. Must attend all hours for certificate. Training manual included. Bring a lunch.

Wackford Complex, Willow Room $99 6564 M-Th 3/26-3/29 9:00am-4:00pm

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Teen/Adult Martial Arts Classes

Wackford Complex, Willow Room

$40 $15 supply fee

Instructor: Donald P. Morgan 7164 Sat 1/20-1/20 9:00am-2:00pm 7165 Sat 3/17-3/17 9:00am-2:00pm 7166 Sat 4/21-4/21 9:00am-2:00pm

$25 Supply Fee $15

Instructor: Liza Kilgariff HEARTY SOUPS 5877 Wed 1/17 5:30pm-7:30pm 5882 Th 1/18 5:30pm-7:30pm 4 GREAT DINNER PASTAS 5876 Wed 2/14 5:30pm-7:30pm 5881 Th 2/15 5:30pm-7:30pm CHINESE FOOD 5880 Wed 3/14 5:30pm-7:30pm 5884 Th 3/15 5:30pm-7:30pm ITALIAN FOOD 5878 Wed 4/18 5:30pm-7:30pm 5883 Th 4/19 5:30pm-7:30pm MEXICAN FOOD 7211 Wed 4/25 5:30pm-7:30pm 5879 Th 4/26 5:30pm-7:30pm WHAT CAN WE DO WITH A HOT DOG? 7265 Wed 5/16 5:30 pm-7:30 pm 7266 Thu 5/17 5:30 pm-7:30 pm

Youth Cooking Camp 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. They will use the ovens, stove top, as well as a variety of kitchen tools to prepare dishes. Wackford Complex, Kitchen

$145 $25 Supply Fee

Instructor: Liza Kilgariff 5916 M-F 3/26-3/30 9:00am-11:30am 7207 M-F 3/26-3/30 1:00pm-3:30pm


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All classes require parent/guardian to accompany teen to first class and sign a Hold Harmless form prior to participation. Supply fees payable to instructor at first class.

The First Tee of Greater Sacramento Junior Golf Program Age 13–18 The program teaches boys and girls to golf, how to improve healthy habits, boosts the participants self-esteem, and teaches them the The Nine Core Values of the program. Classes consist of putting, chipping, full swing, and understanding the course. Participants are encouraged to bring their own clubs but will be provided if needed. Note: The beginning class means that this is your child’s first time in The First Tee class. The intermediate class means that your child has been in a The First Tee class before. Emerald Lakes Golf Course

$126

Instructor: Natalie Farahani  BEGINNER 6960 Sat 4/7-5/19 9:00am-10:30am INTERMEDIATE 6964 Sat 4/14-5/26 9:00am-10:30am

(916) 865-GOLF (4653)

Chocolate Fun for Teens Age 12 –17 Learn to make numerous delicious chocolate recipes including chocolate covered caramel pretzels, giant marshmallow s’mores and more. Learn candy making tips, storage, packing tricks and the best online and local places to purchase supplies. Take home lots of treats and recipes. Wackford Complex, Kitchen

$25 $15 supply fee

Instructor: Heather Saldivar 7205 Wed 3/7 7206 Wed 1/17

6:00pm-8:00pm 6:00pm-8:00pm

Teen Tennis with USPTA Kenny Pack Please bring your own racket.

Tennis Fundamentals

Advanced Teen Tennis

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.

Age 13-18 Instructor’s approval required before enrolling in this course. 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 6638 Wed 4/4-4/25 6639 Wed 5/2-5/30* *No Class 5/23

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Miwok Park, Tennis Court 5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm

$65

Instructor: Kenny Pack 6527 Th 4/5-4/26 5:30pm-6:30pm 6528 Th 5/3-5/31* 5:30pm-6:30pm *No Class 5/24


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+ 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 Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $6 a safe & supportive place to experience the HOLLYWOOD benefits of yoga. 6509 Fri 1/12 7:00pm-9:00pm 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, Pavilion $2/Class VALENTINE’S DAY 6510 Fri 2/16 7:00pm-9:00pm 5650 Tue 1/9 - 4/24* 10:00am - 11:00 am ST. PATTY’S PARTY *No Class 3/13, 4/3 6511 Fri 3/9 7:00pm-9:00pm AROUND THE WORLD 6512 Fri 4/6 7:00pm-9:00pm MAY THE 4TH BE WITH YOU - STAR WARS Age 18+ 7266 Fri 5/4 7:00pm-9:00pm

RAD Aquatic Fitness

RAD Dance for Fitness

Sponsored By:

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

$2/Class

SESSION 1: 5611 Wed 1/10-5/23* 9:15am - 10:15am SESSION 2: 5654 Wed 1/10-5/23* 10:30am - 11:30am

Burn calories and tone muscles, while getting some fresh air. The water offers more resistance than dry-land workouts, prevents the body from overheating, and is less demanding on the joints. Must feel comfortable in deep water for the ‘deep pool’ classes. Wackford Complex $8/Session SHALLOW POOL: 7227 Tu 5/1 - 5/22 11:00am - 12:00pm DEEP POOL: 7228 Th 5/3 - 5/24 10:30am - 11:30am

RAD Open Rec Age 18+ Each class will offer a variety of fun activities including arts and crafts, games and multiple sports. Wackford Complex, Gym & Teen Center 5610 Fri

$2/Class

1/5 - 6/1* 9:30am - 11:00 am

*No Class 3/16, 3/30, 4/6

RAD Fun Fridays Age 12-17 Once a month, Teens with and without disabilities can come kick it in the Teen Center for games, movies, crafts and so much more! Fun Fridays provide a safe, supportive night of fun and social interaction for participants of all abilities. Wackford Complex, Teen Center 6513 Fri 2/23 6514 Fri 3/23

$10

6:30pm-8:30pm 6:30pm-8:30pm

RAD Pun

ch Pass

*No Class 1/3, 4/4, 5/30

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


TEEN & ADULT

MARTIAL ARTS

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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 6574 M,W 1/3-1/31* 6575 M,W 2/5-2/28* 6576 M,W 3/5-3/28 6577 M,W 4/2-4/30 7060 M,W 5/2-5/30* *No Class 1/15, 2/19, 5/28

$45

7:15pm-8:45pm 7:15pm-8:45pm 7:15pm-8:45pm 7:15pm-8:45pm 7:15pm-8:45pm

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

Tai Chi Classes Age 18+

Tai Chi Learn the Chinese art of health maintenance and moving meditation. The natural, graceful movements are easy to learn and perfect for any age. Practice relieves stress, increases energy, and strengthens and tones muscles. Instructor: Robert Nakashima Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $48 6631 T,Th 2/1-2/27 9:00am-10:00am Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $55 6630 T,Th 1/2-1/25 9:00am-10:00am 6632 T,Th 3/1-3/27 9:00am-10:00am 6633 T,Th 4/3-4/26 9:00am-10:00am 7159 T,Th 5/1-5/24* 9:00am-10:00am *No Class 5/10

Self Defense for Women

Karate for Teens/Adults

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.

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, Poppy Room B $25 6628 Mon 2/12 7:00pm-9:00pm 6629 Mon 4/2 7:00pm-9:00pm 7148 Mon 5/7 7:00pm-9:00pm

Jujitsu for Teens/Adults

Engage the body’s capacity for healing and regeneration. The movements improve circulation, strengthen and tone muscles, promote wellness, longevity and mental acuity. Enrollment accepted year round.

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 two different styles of martial arts Aiki Jujitsu and Kyokushin Karate.

Instructor: Robert Nakashima

Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $55

Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $48 6634 Tue 1/9-1/30 6:30pm-7:30pm 6635 Tue 2/6-2/27 6:30pm-7:30pm 6636 Tue 3/6-3/27 6:30pm-7:30pm 6637 Tue 4/3-4/24 6:30pm-7:30pm 7158 Tue 5/1-5/22 6:30pm-7:30pm

6586 M,W 1/3-1/31* 6587 M,W 2/5-2/28* 6588 M,W 3/5-3/28 6589 M,W 4/2-4/30 7140 M,W 5/2-5/30* *No Class 1/15, 2/19, 5/9, 5/28

Tai Chi for Beginners

7:00pm-8:00pm 7:00pm-8:00pm 7:00pm-8:00pm 7:00pm-8:00pm 7:00pm-8:00pm

Elk Grove Regional Park, $55 Pavilion Optional Supply Fee $35 6594 T,Th 6595 T,Th 6596 T,Th 6597 T,Th 7142 T,Th

1/2-1/30 6:30pm-7:30pm 2/1-2/27 6:30pm-7:30pm 3/1-3/29 6:30pm-7:30pm 4/3-4/26 6:30pm-7:30pm 5/1-5/31 6:30pm-7:30pm

Wackford Complex, $55 Oak Ballroom Optional Supply Fee $35 6590 M,W 1/3-1/31* 6:00pm-7:00pm 6591 M,W 2/5-2/28* 6:00pm-7:00pm 6592 M,W 3/5-3/28 6:00pm-7:00pm 6593 M,W 4/2-4/30 6:00pm-7:00pm 7141 M,W 5/2-5/30* 6:00pm-7:00pm *No Class 1/15, 2/19, 5/9, 5/28

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ADULT CLASSES

ART & MUSIC

Intermediate Watercolor 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 painting supplies. Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B

$50

Instructor: Sandy Coulter 7161 Tue 4/3-4/24 10:00am-12:00pm 7162 Tue 5/1-5/22 10:00am-12:00pm

Beginning Watercolor Age 18+ Learn techniques such as wet-in-wet, dry brush, floating color, using plastic wrap, salt, rubbing alcohol, lifting out color, layering, blowing color, negative painting and glazing. Learn paint and paper properties. Will be painting still life, landscapes, seascapes, barns, trees, grass, skies and water. Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B $50 Supply Fee $25 Instructor: Sandy Coulter 7020 Tue 1/9-1/30 10:00am-12:00pm 7021 Tue 2/6-2/27 10:00am-12:00pm 7022 Tue 3/6-3/27 10:00am-12:00pm

Intermediate Watercolor Open Studio Age 18+ This is an open studio where you will paint your own paintings with one-on-one access to the instructor. Participants must provide their own painting supplies. Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B Instructor: Sandy Coulter 6654 Tue 1/9-1/30 6655 Tue 2/6-2/27 6656 Tue 3/6-3/27 7023 Tue 4/3-4/24 7024 Tue 5/1-5/22

$50

1:00pm-3:00pm 1:00pm-3:00pm 1:00pm-3:00pm 1:00pm-3:00pm 1:00pm-3:00pm

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. Wackford Complex, Willow Room Instructor: Steve Dunne LEVEL 1: 5904 Wed 1/10-2/14 LEVEL 2: 5905 Wed 3/7-4/11

$80 Supply Fee $10

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

Piano Lessons with Simply Music Age 13+ 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. Laguna Town Hall, Room 1

$150 Supply Fee $35

Instructor: Sharissa Delgado LEVEL 1 5953 Mon 1/29-3/26 6:30pm-7:20pm LEVEL 2 7269 Mon 4/2-5/21 6:30pm-7:20 pm

Painting with your Pal 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

$35/person

Location: Pinot’s Palette - 8962 Elk Grove Blvd. SNOWBIRDEE  #7197 SUN  1/14  1:00 - 3:00 PM

PRETTY PEONIES  #7193 SUN  2/4  1:00 - 3:00 PM

MAGNIFICENT MAPLE  #7194

SUN  3/11  1:00 - 3:00 PM

  #7195 SUN  4/81:00 - 3:00 PM

AURORA THROUGH THE TREES

VAN GOGH IN BLOOM  #7196 SUN  5/6  1:00 - 3:00 PM


EDUCATION & YOGA

Canines on Course

Age 18+ Hands-on cooking classes that conclude with a sit-down meal. Classes will be offered in series. Recipes included. Call for menu info.

Age 14+ Develop a better relationship with your dog, learn traditional training techniques and use applicable equipment for the dog that 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.

Wackford Complex, Kitchen

$30 $20 supply fee

Instructor: Liza Kilgariff HEARTY WINTER SOUPS 5897 Mon 1/29 6:00pm-8:30pm ST. PATTYS DAY FEAST 5899 Mon 2/26 6:00pm-8:30pm SEDER SUPPER 5896 Mon 3/19 6:00pm-8:30pm GREEK FOOD 5898 Mon 4/16 6:00pm-8:30pm TRADITIONAL LUAU 7264 Mon 5/14 6:00pm-8:30pm

Elk Grove Park, Area 1B

$110 Optional supply fee

Instructor: Myra Muhammad 6550 Wed 4/25-5/30

6:00pm-7:00pm

My Yoga Room Age 16+ Taught by My Yoga Room staff 8737 Elk Grove Blvd.

Introduction to Yoga

Senior Yoga

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.

Age 50+ 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.

$65 6657 6658 6659 6660 7132

Wed 1/3-1/24 Wed 2/7-2/28 Wed 3/7-3/28 Wed 4/4-4/25 Wed 5/2-5/23

7:00pm-8:30pm 7:00pm-8:30pm 7:00pm-8:30pm 7:00pm-8:30pm 7:00pm-8:30pm

$52 6666 6667 6668 6669 7133

Mon 1/8-1/29 Mon 2/5-2/26 Mon 3/5-3/26 Mon 4/2-4/23 Mon 5/7-5/28

2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm 2:00pm-3:00pm

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Adult, Child, Infant CPR/AED & First Aid Age 16+ Covers adult, child and infant CPR/AED and basic first aid (2-yr certifications). The class will include instruction on choke rescue, CPR/ AED, what to do in an emergency, bleeding, burns, shock, sudden illness, and heat/cold emergencies. This course does not include childcare certification (EMSA sticker). Wackford Complex, Poppy Room B $45 Supply Fee $20 6524 Tu, Th 1/9, 1/11 6:00pm-9:00pm Wackford Complex, Willow Room $45 Supply Fee $20 7213 Tu, Th 2/20, 2/22 6:00pm-9:00pm 6526 Tu, Th 3/27, 3/29 6:00pm-9:00pm 7163 Tu, W 5/8, 5/9 6:00pm-9:00pm

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Gourmet Cooking

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DANCE

Ballroom, Swing & Latin 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 class is not available for internet registration. Laguna Town Hall, Reception Hall $42 Instructor: Bryant Burmich or Christine Comer

A Glimpse of the Pacific

Ballroom Line Dancing

Age 12+ This class offers a collection of Polynesian dances. Learn basic movements, featured dances and explore traditions of the Polynesian culture. Family and friends are invited to the end of the session performance. First 15 minutes of class overlap with Glimpse of the Pacific Youth Class.

Age 18+ No dance partner required. You’ll get a light workout while learning a fusion of club, contemporary, and traditional dance moves such as Cha Cha, Rumba, Waltz, Night Club Two Step, Swing, etc.

Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom $25 New Students: $25-35 supply fee Returning Students: supply fee varies Instructor: Maria Cisneros 7175 Th 1/4-1/25 6:45pm-8:15pm 7180 Th 2/1-2/22 6:45pm-8:15pm 7177 Th 3/1-3/22 6:45pm-8:15pm 7178 Th 4/12-4/26* 6:45pm-8:15pm 7179 Th 5/3-5/31 6:45pm-8:15pm *4/19 Class held in Poppy Room, prorated rate $19.00

Hot Hula Fitness Age 8+ Combine Polynesian steps and basic dance moves in a fun, addictive workout for all fitness levels. Wackford Complex, Valley Oak Ballroom

optional supply fee

Instructor: Maria Cisneros 6567 Th 1/4-1/25 5:00pm-5:50pm 6568 Th 2/1-2/22 5:00pm-5:50pm 6569 Th 3/1-3/22 5:00pm-5:50pm 7172 Th 4/12-4/26 5:00pm-5:50pm 7174 Th 5/3-5/31 5:00pm-5:50pm

$20 $20 $20 $15 $20

Laguna Town Hall, Reception Hall Instructor: Archey Rubi-Yabut  6535 Tue 1/2-1/30 6:00pm-7:15pm $25 6536 Tue 2/6-2/27 6:00pm-7:15pm $20 6537 Tue 3/6-3/27 6:00pm-7:15pm $20 7104 Tue 4/3-4/24 6:00pm-7:15pm $20 7105 Tue 5/1-5/29 6:00pm-7:15pm $25

BEGINNING - FOR SINGLES, COUPLES, & PAIRS TANGO & RUMBA 6542 Wed 1/24-2/28 7:30pm-8:30pm SWING/SALSA/ARGENTINE TANGO 6532 Th 1/25-3/1 7:30pm-8:30pm WALTZ & CHA CHA 6538 Wed 3/7-4/11 7:30pm-8:30pm SWING/SALSA/WALTZ 6945 Th 3/8-4/12 7:30pm-8:30pm SWING & FOXTROT 6543 Wed 4/18-5/23 7:30pm-8:30pm SWING/SALSA/FOXTROT 6949 Th 4/19-5/24 7:30pm-8:30pm INTERMEDIATE - FOR COUPLES & PAIRS SALSA & 2STEP 6548 Wed 1/24-2/28 8:30pm-9:30pm SWING/SALSA/ARGENTINE TANGO 6533 Th 1/25-3/1 8:30pm-9:30pm TANGO & RUMBA 6544 Wed 3/7-4/11 8:30pm-9:30pm SWING/SALSA/WALTZ 6947 Th 3/8-4/12 8:30pm-9:30pm WALTZ & CHA CHA 6549 Wed 4/18-5/23 8:30pm-9:30pm SWING/SALSA/FOXTROT 6534 Th 4/19-5/24 8:30pm-9:30pm ADVANCED - FOR COUPLES & PAIRS WEST COAST SWING 6547 Tue 1/23-2/27 7:30pm-8:30pm HUSTLE 6540 Tue 1/23-2/27 8:30pm-9:30pm BOLERO 6546 Tue 3/6-4/10 7:30pm-8:30pm VIENNESE WALT 6541 Tue 3/6-4/10 8:30pm-9:30pm SALSA 6545 Tue 4/17-5/22 7:30pm-8:30pm NIGHTCLUB 2STEP 6539 Tue 4/17-5/22 8:30pm-9:30pm


ZUMBA & TENNIS

Age 18+ Work on stroke technique: forehand, backhand, serve, return serve, volley, lob, and overhead shot. Learn strategies and tactics. Students must bring their own racquet. Miwok Park Tennis Court #1 Instructor: Kenny Pack 6652 Tue 4/3-4/24 6653 Tue 5/1-5/29* *No Class 5/22

$65 5:30pm-6:30pm 5:30pm-6:30pm

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 racquet is shorter. You 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 your body. Miwok Park, Tennis Courts

$100

Instructor: Kenny Pack USPTA Instructor 6623 Sat 4/7-4/28 12:30pm-1:30pm

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Zumba® Zumba® Fitness

Zumba Gold ®

Age 16+ A high energy exercise/dance class with a party-like format, choreographed with fun and fitness, combining cardio training and toning using light weight and toning sticks. Wear sneakers; bring a towel and water.

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

Instructor: Mary Lynn Fisher 5756 Th 1/4-1/25 10:30am-11:30am 5755 Tue 1/9-1/30 10:30am-11:30am 5758 Th 2/1-2/22 10:30am-11:30am 5757 Tue 2/6-2/27 10:30am-11:30am 5761 Tue 3/6-3/27 10:30am-11:30am 5762 Tue 4/3-4/24 10:30am-11:30am 5760 Th 4/5-4/26 10:30am-11:30am 5759 Th 3/1-3/29 10:30am-11:30am 5764 Tue 5/1-5/29 10:30am-11:30am 5763 Th 5/3-5/31 10:30am-11:30am

Instructor: Anica Walls 6670 Wed 1/3-1/31 6:00pm-7:00pm 6671 Mon 1/8-1/29 6:00pm-7:00pm 7202 Mon 2/5-2/26* 6:00pm-7:00pm 6672 Wed 2/7-2/28 6:00pm-7:00pm 6674 Mon 3/5-3/26 6:00pm-7:00pm 6673 Wed 3/7-3/28 6:00pm-7:00pm 6675 Mon 4/2-4/30 6:00pm-7:00pm 6676 Wed 4/4-4/25 6:00pm-7:00pm 7204 Wed 5/2-5/30 6:00pm-7:00pm 7203 Mon 5/7-5/21 6:00pm-7:00pm *No Class 2/12

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

Laguna Town Hall, Reception Hall $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $25 $25 $25

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Tennis Fundamentals

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ADULT SPORTS

COSUMNES CSD

ADULRTT

Bring a friend and enjoy the game!

SPO

S E U G A E L

Unless otherwise noted, fees are per team.

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.

Wackford Complex – $460 Sundays: 11 am–10 pm, Fridays: 7–10 pm 30+ League*:  Wednesdays, 7–10 pm Winter: January–March Spring: April–July Summer: July–October Fall: October–December

Bartholomew Sports Park – $950 Winter: January–March Spring: March–June

Bartholomew Sports Park – $635 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 + $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 44-45). If you are interested in renting, need information, or have questions, call 405-5600.

GET YOUR GAME ON.


CSD EMERALD LAKES GOLF COURSE

Junior Golf Programs Tournaments The First Tee of Greater Sacramento

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.

(Age 4-18 ) It's more than just the game of golf. See page 27 & 33 for more details.

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

AMENITIES

• Come in and check out the

holiday driving range deal!

• 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 just in time for the holidays.

• Private and group lessons Taught by members of the PGA

• Coming Soon: Covered and lighted driving range!

Twilight Golf Monday –­ Friday (holidays excluded) After 1pm $12 • After 6 pm $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 18+ $8

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

The 7th Annual Two-Person Scramble Golf Tournament

Saturday, May 26 (6965) 8:30 am start, 18-hole individual stroke play Emerald Lakes Golf Course is hosting its 7th Annual Two-Person Scramble Golf Tournament. The tournament will consist of 18 holes, food, and prizes!

Shamrock Golf Tournament

Saturday, March 17 (6966) 8:30 am start, best 2 balls of foursome Come on out and show us your green! There will be food and prizes. You can pick your own team or sign up individually.

Host a Tournament or Party!

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.

10651 E. Stockton Blvd. Elk Grove, CA 95624

(916) 685-GOLF (4653)

Book a tee time on-line: www.golfemeraldlakes.com

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Welcome to Emerald Lakes Golf Course!

GOLF


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FIRE DEPARTMENT

COSUMNES CSD

WHOSE LIFE WILL YOU SAVE TODAY? Early CPR and defibrillation can make a difference in a Sudden

CPR-trained bystanders to someone in a public place nearby

Cardiac Arrest event. Fifty-seven percent of U.S. adults say

having a sudden cardiac arrest that may require CPR. The app

they’ve had CPR training, and most would be willing to use CPR

is activated by the local public safety communications center

or an AED to help save a stranger’s life. Yet only 11% say they’ve

simultaneous with the dispatch of local fire and EMS resources.

used CPR in an actual emergency—that’s a number we can

Bystander CPR can double or triple a person’s chance of survival.

increase together.

Armed with PulsePoint, any volunteer can help save a life.

The PulsePoint mobile app empowers CPR-trained citizens to

Become a life-saving volunteer and download PulsePoint today.

help improve patient outcomes and save lives. PulsePoint alerts

Behind the Name

“COSUMNES” The Cosumnes CSD employees often hear the question, “What is Cosumnes?” The Elk Grove Community Services District was renamed Cosumnes Community Services District when it merged with the Galt Fire Protection District in late 2006. The District was named after the Cosumnes River which flows along both the Elk Grove and Galt communities, to better represent its larger service area. The “cos-“ prefix is derived from the Miwok word “kosum” meaning salmon as well as the “-umne” suffix meaning “people of.” Locals use many different pronunciations of the name, but the Miwok pronunciation is ko-SUE-meez.

PUT A ON

FREEZ E L IDAY F IRES WINT ER HO

It’s fun to decorate for the winter holidays, but holiday decorations can increase your risk for a home fire. As you deck the halls this season, be fire smart. For more information on how to prevent winter fires, visit: www.usfa.fema.gov and www.nfpa.org


COSUMNES CSD

FIRE DEPARTMENT

Firefighter John Mendoza It is our pleasure to recognize John Mendoza, Cosumnes Firefighter and Rescue Technician. “John is steadfast in his dedication to the District and its residents,” said Cosumnes Fire Captain Richard Haas. “He also speaks several languages which makes caring for our community members that much easier.” Like all Cosumnes Firefighters, Mendoza’s role is to fight fires of all types, protect and save life and property, and provide emergency medical services. His unique role in the Suppression Division is to provide care and maintenance for the thermal imaging cameras (below) within the Department. These high-tech cameras are used to find the seat of the fire, extension of the fire during overhaul, and for victim search and rescue.

Mendoza’s favorite part of the job is the unknown of each emergency as it’s received from Dispatch. “It may be a structure fire, vehicle fire, medical aid, hazmat emergency, rescue call, or public service event. Whatever it is, every day at work is different,” said Mendoza. Mendoza’s partners enjoy his quick wit and sense of humor. “John has been with the Department for 18 years and is one of the cornerstones of Truck 74 A-shift,” said Captain Haas. “John always goes the extra mile for our community and is truly a great friend to myself, his crew, and the public we serve.” When not at work, Mendoza enjoys spending quality time with his wife and 2 1/2-year-old son Devin (pictured above).

Cosumnes Fire Administration 10573 E. Stockton Blvd. Elk Grove, CA 95624

Telephone: (916) 405-7100 Fax: (916) 685-6622 Emergency: 9-1-1 Toll free from Galt:

1-866-598-FIRE (3473) STATION 71

Elk Grove 8760 Elk Grove Blvd.

STATION 72

Franklin 10035 Atkins Drive

STATION 73

Santa is coming to a neighborhood near you!

East Elk Grove 9607 Bond Road

STATION 74

Get in the ho...ho...holiday spirit with friends, neighbors, and your local fire personnel. The Cosumnes Fire Department and the Firefighters Association have teamed up to host a series of parades. Come out and greet Santa and his elves. New, unwrapped toys for the toy drive will be accepted. 3 Nights of Fun! 7:00–9:00 pm

Laguna Creek 6501 Laguna Park Drive

Tuesday, Dec. 5 Station 76

Galt 229 5th Street

Wednesday, Dec. 6

STATION 46

Station 74

Thursday, Dec. 7 Station 71

STATION 75

Lakeside 2300 Maritime Drive

STATION 76

Elk Grove/W. Vineyard 8545 Sheldon Road

STATION 45

Galt 1050 Walnut Avenue

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STAFF SPOTLIGHT

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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 (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 (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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PARKS & REC DEPARTMENT

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Free, unsupervised, concrete bowls, rails, steps, and a street course. Safety equipment required.

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1. Amundson Park • 8730 Heritage Hill Drive

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2. Backer Park • 10400 Stathos Drive

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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

2

12.7

10. Bradford Park • 9894 Spring View Way

3

1.5

11. Bridgeview Park • 9595 Oakham Way

3

0.6

City/CSD Park

12. Buscher Park • 4805 Matina Drive

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13. Camden Park • 8740 Cooperston Way

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7.0

Natural Area

14. Camden Parkway • Camden Drive

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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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11.0

3

1.8

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

4 127.0

25. Fales Park • 8485 Auberry Drive

3

6.2

26. Feickert Park • 9310 Emerald Vista Drive

1

4.3

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

1

2.0

30. Foulks Park • 9433 Trenholm Drive

2

5.5

31. Gage Park • 8888 Silverberry Avenue

1

1.1

32. Gates Park • 9381 Mainline Drive

1

2.4

33. George Park • NEW! • Glacial Way & Epoch Drive •

3

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

3

6.3

48. Karamanos Park • 8671 Magnolia Hill Drive

1

1.5

49. Keema Park • 9720 Summer Glen Way

3

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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53. Kunsting Family Park • 10069 Wild Orchid Way

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8.0

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

3

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

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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

2

6.2

70. Mix Park • 8770 Goldy Glen Way

1

2.8

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

3

30.0

72. Nottoli Park • 10050 East Taron Drive

3

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

2

5.8

76. Perez Park • 2326 Sandy Beach Way

3

1.7

77. Perry Park • 9220 Brown Road

1

2.0

78. Pinkerton Park • 8906 W. Stockton Blvd.

2

4.5

79. Porto Park • Ponta Delgada & Sintra Way

1

1.3

80. Promenade Park • 9945 Westminster Way

3

4.0

City/CSD Park

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

5

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

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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 Refunds

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

Some classes require a supply fee in addition to the registration fee. Supply fees are payable to the instructor at the first class, so do not include with the registration fee. Supply fees cover the costs for supplies needed to present or produce items, vary, and are included in the class descriptions.

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

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 52 for more information on the program.

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

Fire Department Fee

What to Bring? What to Wear?

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.

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)

Receipt #________________

Init.

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

 Cash  

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  Credit Card  (fill out information below)

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.

Participant Name

Gender M/F

Birthdate

Activity #

Activity Name

Dates

Fee

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

  Check if New Address  

  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 DEC

Residents in 95624, 95757, 95758 zip codes may register beginning December 6, 2017 at 8 am. Non-residents may register beginning December 20, 2017 at 8 am.

Don't forget to register your new account online!

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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Laguna Community Park

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Elk Grove Blvd.

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COMMUNITY INFO

COSUMNES CSD

Community Organizations

Volunteer Opportunities

4-H SACRAMENTO CLUBS 875-6916 cesacramento.ucanr.edu BASEBALL Looking for community service projects or need service credits? Elk Grove Babe Ruth Baseball (Ages 13–18) www.eghardball.com 320-6208 The CSD offers opportunities that encourage public participation in supporting services, 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 691-2489 www.elkgrovecity.org ELK GROVE ARTISTS 501-6676 Cheryl Stanley elkgroveartistsca.org ELK GROVE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE www.elkgroveca.com 691-3760 ELK GROVE COMMUNITY BAND 606-7201 Carolyn Roberts ELK GROVE COMMUNITY GARDEN www.elkgrovecommunitygarden.org ELK GROVE FINE ARTS CENTER For more information, go to: yourcsd.com/349/Volunteers www.elkgrovefineartscenter.org 685-5992 ELK GROVE FOOD BANK SERVICES www.elkgrovefoodbankservices.org 685-8453 ELK GROVE LIBRARIES: 264-2920 FRANKLIN & ELK GROVE saclibrary.org 8900 Elk Grove Blvd. 95624 ELK GROVE YOUTH LACROSSE CLUB www.eglax.com 230-2174 ELK GROVE UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT www.egusd.net 686-5085 FOOTBALL AND CHEERLEADING Cosumnes Oaks Jr. Wolfpack www.cojw.org Elk Grove Jr. Thundering Herd The Cosumnes Recreation Opportunity Fund Kristina Vazquez www.elkgrovejrherd.org provides financial assistance for individuals to Franklin Jr. Wildcats www.franklinjrwildcats.com participate in recreation activities offered by Laguna Creek Jr. Cardinals The success of CROF relies 549181102185130748.weebly.com upon donations from you! the CSD Parks and Recreation Department. Monterey Trail Jr. Mustangs 479-9036 e-mail: mtjrmustangs@gmail.com If you are a family in need of assistance, the CSD accepts the first 50 approved www.montereytrailjrmustangs.com applications for each calendar year. Funding is limited to $150 per qualified family Pleasant Grove Jr. Eagles pgeagles.com and can be used for any programs and activities in the Activity Guide. Sheldon Jr. Huskies www.sheldonjrhuskies.org/football INTERNATIONAL ORDER OF THE RAINBOW FOR GIRLS Your donation is tax deductible and will provide a chance for children and adults in need www.gorainbow.org 800-843-4674 to participate in lifelong learning experiences that promote healthy lifestyles. JOB’S DAUGHTERS INTERNATIONAL Kylie Holman sgc@iojd.org 685-4928 www.jobsdaughtersinternational.org SACRAMENTO CITY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT ELK GROVE FOOD BANK SERVICES Special Needs Programing 643-7400 www.scusd.edu/special-education Providing essential resources to overcome the SCOUTS many faces of hunger and human need. Boy Scouts: Golden Bear District Executive www.scouting.org 8 MOBILE DISTRIBUTION PROGRAMS Girl Scouts: Heart of Central California www.girlscoutshcc.org FOOD CLOSET SENIOR CENTER OF ELK GROVE 685-3160 www.thesceg.org CATHY’S CLOSET SIX PACK TENNIS LEAGUE 448-2430 WISH LIST SOCCER SUPPORT WORKS Elk Grove Youth Soccer League www.elkgrovesoccer.com 94% of every dollar donated goes to SOFTBALL Programs and Services. Elk Grove Girls Softball (Ages 5–16) www.elkgrovesoftball.com OPEN MONDAY thru FRIDAY 10 AM - 3 PM SATURDAY 9 AM - 12 PM SWIM TEAM DONATIONS ACCEPTED MONDAY - FRIDAY 9 AM - 3 PM Elk Grove Piranhas www.elkgrovepiranhas.com WRESTLING 9820 DINO DRIVE, STE. 140 916 685-8453 P.O. BOX 1447 Elk Grove Wrestling Academy 524-6515 ELK GROVE, CA 95624 916 714-9931 FAX ELK GROVE, CA 95759 elkgrovewrestlingacademy.com www.elkgrovefoodbank.org

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50 & Better Activity Center 8830 Sharey Avenu, Elk Grov, CA 95624 1-916-685-3160 www.thesceg.org

Patricia Beal, ExecuƟve Director

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Try Tai Chi, Chair Fitness, Zumba Gold, Aerobics, Chair Exercise, Gentle Yoga, and Tap Dance. Our programs are designed specifically for our participants by thoughtful, experienced instructors.

Upcoming Special Events Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser 2nd Saturday of every month 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM

December 9, 2017 January 13, 2018 February 10, 2018

This satisfying breakfast includes pancakes, eggs, bacon, sausage, fruit, coffee and juice

Travel Faire

Friday, January 19, 2018

Learn about new and exciting trips available through the Center’s Gadabouts Travel Program

St. Patrick’s Day Dinner

Saturday, March 17, 2018

A night of fun, laughter, singing and leprechauns

Let’s Play

Make new friends or compete with old friends in Bingo, Bridge, Bunco or Pinochle. Enjoy time with friends, creative pursuits and special events. Paint, write, craft, knit and crochet with interesting, fun groups who share your passions. Read a great book, have a nutritious salad, share a story and simply enjoy the lively conversation and comradery you will find. You won’t be lonely here!

W/S 2018 Activity Guide  |  www.yourcsd.com  |  916-405-5600 or 405-5300

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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 51). Download your guide at:

www.yourcsd.com

Help keep your neighborhood park safe and looking great. Volunteer to monitor a park or trail. Call (916) 405-5688 for more information and become a Partner for Parks! For more information and to sign up to become a Partner for Parks visit our website at:

yourcsd.com/partners4parks

Report Concerns to The CSD Maintenance Hotline Grafitti, Playground Issues, Tree Issues, Vandalism, Overflowing Trash Cans, Running Water hotline@csdparks.com (916) 405-5688

Stormwater Prevention The Cosumnes 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.

Save water­— we can all do it! WINTER-SPRING WATER CONSERVATION TIPS • Be prepared to shut your irrigation off for the winter. Many plants and grasses go dormant and most plants and grasses get all the water they need during the winter months from natural sources. • When the time comes in the spring to turn your irrigation back on, be sure to perform a system check first and then set the system to deliver a fraction of the water the plants will need when the summer months arrive. This will help develop their root systems. • Freshen up the look of your yard in the spring by applying mulch. Not only does it look great, but it helps keep the soil moist and reduces the need to irrigate. • For more water saving tips/tricks, visit the Save Our Water website www.saveourwater.com

The CSD utilizes water saving practices to meet water savings goals. Learn more at www.yourcsd.com.

The CSD’s goal is to reduce or eliminate pollutant storm water. Here's how you can 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 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.

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.


CSD BULLETIN

Staff Highlight Erik Vierra, Landscape Assistant After 12 years of designing parks, Erik says his favorite park is always the one he is working on at the time. “Right now I can honestly say that George Park will be the best CSD park yet. It has a lot of fun elements and truly encompasses everything CSD parks provide for residents.” As a landscape designer at the CSD, Erik Vierra’s super power is the ability to take a blank sheet of paper and a dirt field and turn it into a beautiful park where people can come together and enjoy the outdoors. Erik says one of the most exciting parts of his job is to design parks for all ages to enjoy. At the park design community meetings, the Park Planning team listens closely to what the residents want and then creatively integrates those things into the design. “Everything in the park is important to me,” he says. “From how you feel, to where you sit, to the traffic patterns, and really every element.”

George Park has a prehistoric theme and Erik says the themes give neighborhoods their own identity. “A themed park also aids in children’s creative little minds,” he says. Erik’s four-year-old daughter and seven-year-old son will often decide which park they want to visit based on its theme. “They’ll want to be deep sea divers at Island Park or cowboys at Horseshoe Park.” Head to your local CSD park and look for some of the specially designed elements and try to integrate them into your play or exercise!

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Stuff Happens! Be sure to check out yourcsd.com for the most up-to-date class information and list of events

The CSD is offeri ng lifeguard training classes now. Sign up soon ! See Page 9.

NEW! FitFest See page 7


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The First Tee Page 41

This season get out and enjoy spaces to play, get fit, and enjoy nature in your community.

T-Ball League Page 28

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Winter Spring 2018 Activity Guide  

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