Summer 2012 Activities Guide Ba refoot a t last! Parks & Recreation Department City of Brentwood Presents the return of Starry Nights in Brentwood Summer Concert Series 2012 City Park 7:00pm June 15 Swing Fever (Big Band Swing/Jazz) June 22 AJA VU (Music of Steely Dan) June 29 Rodeo House (Country Rock & Pop) July 6 David Correa and Cascada (Latin Guitar World Music) July 20 The Hot Rods (50’s & 60’s Rock-n-Roll) July 27 Six String (Classic Rock/Blues/Pop) August 3 The All-American Boys Chorus (Salute to America’s Music) August 10 Brentwood Concert Band All patrons are asked to follow park rules before, during and after the concerts. No Dogs • No Glass Containers • No Audio/Video Recording Devices 2 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 Summer 2012 Active Adults June 1 through September 30, 2012 inside . . . City Hall 150 City Park Way (925) 516-5400 Aquatics Hours: Monday-Friday, 8AM-5PM 4-7 Active Adults Programas para las City Council Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month, 7PM, personas Mayores in the Council Chamber, 150 City Park Way Robert Taylor, Mayor 11-14 Aquatics Steve Barr, Vice Mayor Robert A. Brockman, Joel Bryant, and Erick Stonebarger Acuáticos Parks & Recreation 35 Oak Street 19-23 Classes 11-14 Aquatic Fun (925) 516-5444 Classes Hours: Monday-Friday, 8AM-5PM 26, 31 Clases Parks & Recreation Staff 27-30 Sports Director of Parks & Recreation – Craig Bronzan Recreation Manager – Poldina Scherff Deportes Recreation Supervisors – Olivia Alvarez, Sue Barry, Barbie Gary, and Mac Kaiser Recreation Coordinator – Jackie Dwyer 8-10 Summer Camps Park Maintenance Manager – Roger Stromgren Campamentos de Verano Park Maintenance Supervisors – Mike Azamey, Barry Margesson, and Aaron Wanden Senior Park Maintenance Worker – Steve McLean 16-18 Parks and Facilities Sports Park Maintenance Workers I & II – Derek Awa, Jason Coll, 24 Parques/Facilidades Brian Johnson, Ben Murdock, and Felix Ruiz Accountant II – Tina Clark Art and 25 Community Events 20 & 21 Drawing Management Analyst – Tammy Homan Administrative Supervisor – Edie Keller classes Administrative Assistants II – Michelle Inglis, Elaine McGurk, Helena Pfeifer, and Linda Stadlbauer Eventos de la Comunida 15 Registration Park & Recreation Commission Meets 4th Thursday of each month, 7PM, Registration Information in the Council Chamber Alyssa Madden, Chairperson Información de Registro Bruce Mulder, Vice Chairperson Eileen Hofstadt, Blythe Lind, and Sandra Myers Brentwood Youth Commission Meets 1st Wednesday of each month, 7PM, in the Council Chamber Megan Conder, Dakota Cushing, Madisun Marquez, Kimberly Montes, Paige Ross, Allyson Spears, Summer Camps 27 & 28 Youth Sports Allison Strauss, Jack Strauss, Zachary Strauss, and Veronika Wallace Youth Commission Adult Advisors – Vince Kraeber and Jimmy Theoc Disclaimer: Arts Commission Class/Program schedules, fees, instructors, policies and procedures Meets 3rd Wednesday of each month, 7PM, in the Council Chamber are subject to change without notice. Donna Spencer, Chair Jack Gaughan, Vice Chair Los horarios de las clases, costos de registracion, maestros, las reglas y los procedimientos Juan Castillo, Danny Senn, and Barbara Koncher Parks & Facilities son sujetos a cambios. Para mas información sobre las clases, por favor llame al Departamento de Parques y Recreaciones al (925) 516-5444. B.A.N.C. Brentwood Advisory Neighborhood Committee All Brentwood Resident registrations start on May 10, 2012. Meets 2nd Wednesday of each month, 6PM, All Non-Resident registrations start on May 17, 2012. in the Meeting Room at the Brentwood Community Center www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 3 Active Adults Active Adults “Active Options for Older Adults!” Welcome to Brentwood Senior Activity Center alk through the doors at the Brentwood Senior Activity Center and you’ll W quickly become part of a dynamic community of individuals. With enrichment classes, interest groups, themed parties, physical fitness activities, crafts, games, and more, the Brentwood Senior Center meets a wide variety of interest for adults of all ages, both before and after retirement. Whether you’re looking to pursue past hobbies or develop new interests, you’ll experience a warm welcome from our friendly Senior Ambassadors and program participants. Brentwood Senior Activity Center Senior Volunteer Ambassadors are available to assist you with information at (925) 516-5380. Senior Health/Fitness/Sports Premiers Exercise Program This popular class will offer stretching, light weights, and low impact aerobics for our active older adults. Offered in partnership with Liberty Monthly Blood Pressure Checks Adult Education. (Min: 10/Max: 85) In partnership with John Muir Senior Services. A volunteer will be on FEE: $25 (3 weeks)/$45 (8 weeks) hand for blood pressure checks. Program is on a first come, first serve INSTRUCTOR: Ghiggeri basis and open to ages 50+. Just stop in. LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Main Hall) FEE: Free CLASS # DAY TIME DATE LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Class Room/ Lobby) 11984 M/W/F 10-11:30AM 6/11-6/29 (3 weeks) DAY TIME DATE 12581 M/W/F 10-11:30AM 8/6-9-28* (8 weeks) W 9:30-10:15AM 3rd Wednesday of each month *No class 9/3. CC Café – Senior Nutrition Site Zumba Gold In partnership with Contra Costa Health Services and the City of Zumba Gold incorporates many of the dance/fitness routines set to Latin Brentwood, CC Café lunches provide 1/3 the recommended dietary and International rhythms but is performed at a lower intensity. Offered allowance (RDA) for healthy adults 60+. Food is prepared with no salt in partnership with Liberty Adult Education. (Min:12/Max: 50) added. Menus are planned with your health in mind and include good FEE: $40 per session sources of Vitamins A and C, fiber, and are low in fat. Reservations are INSTRUCTOR: Gallardo required and must be made between 10AM and 12:30PM the day before. LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Main Hall) Call CC Café at (925) 634-5040 to make your reservation today. CLASS # DAY TIME DATE FEE: Suggested donation $2 per person 12579 T 8-9AM 7/31-9/25 CAFE MANAGER: Zel Ayres LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Lunch Room) Gentle Yoga Stretch DAY TIME DATE Yoga is for everyone! This supportive class will increase your M-F 9AM-1PM Ongoing Activity flexibility, tone your body, and improve breathing and balance. Offered in partnership with Liberty Adult Education. (Min: 10) 50+ Senior Fall Bocce League FEE: $50 per session This is our most popular social activity for our Active Adults. Team INSTRUCTOR: Jansen registration packets are available at the Brentwood Senior Activity Center, LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Main Hall) beginning July 2, for the Coed B League that is tentatively set to begin the CLASS # DAY TIME DATE week of August 6. League play is generally offered Thursday mornings. 12580 W 8:30-9:30AM 8/1-9/26 Teams consist of a minimum of four (4) players, maximum of ten (10). So grab some friends and form a team. Deadline for team registration for the 2012 Fall League is 5PM, July 27. CLASS #12550 4 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 Senior Lifestyles and Learning Cooking Demonstration with Peggy Active Adults Learn how to prepare entrées and desserts that are quick and easy. Helpful hints and shortcuts are also covered. Make cooking fun and Come Play Duplicate Bridge enjoyable as well as delicious! Register at Brentwood Senior Activity Partners guaranteed. This activity is provided and supported by the Center Reception Desk. Menus posted at the Senior Activity Center. Brentwood Senior Club, Inc. FEE: $5 per session (1 day) FEE: $6 per person/per session (Pay activity fee at location) INSTRUCTOR: Peggy INSTRUCTOR: Carmen Meuter LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Meeting Room) LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Meeting Room) DAY TIME DATE DAY TIME DATE W 2-4PM 6/27 W 6-9:30PM Ongoing Activity W 2-4PM 7/25 Drop-In Senior Pinochle W 2-4PM 8/29 W 2-4PM 9/26 Drop-in and play some pinochle. We’ll even provide some instruction if needed. This program is provided and supported by the Brentwood Senior Club, Inc. Senior Social Activities FEE: Senior Activity Card Required LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Main Hall) A Place to Paint DAY TIME DATE Oil Painting provides for self expression, learning new skills, and assists T/TH 1-4PM Ongoing Activity with cultural competence. Come join our group and share your knowledge Gin Rummy Club of oil painting and techniques to make oil painting easy and fun. This Is one of the most popular card program is provided and supported by the Brentwood Senior Club, Inc. games worldwide. Come and join the FEE: Senior Activity Card Required club for a really good time. If you are LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Class Room) interested in playing call Ralph at (925) DAY TIME DATE 626-7383 to make your reservations. This M 2:30-4:30PM Ongoing Activity program is provided and supported by the Brentwood Senior Club, Inc. The “Oldies But Goodies” (OBG) Program FEE: Senior Activity Card Required This program is specifically designed to offer fun, easy activities and LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Main Hall) socialization for the frail elderly or adults who find themselves DAY TIME DATE homebound, isolated or alone. Active seniors are also welcome to enjoy T 1-4PM Ongoing Activity crafts, socializing, and helping other seniors. A snack is provided along Conversational Spanish with weekly art and craft projects, music, field trips, guest speakers, Learn basic Spanish for practical daily and travel use. This basic bingo, parties and more. Offered in partnership with Liberty Adult introduction to Spanish vocabulary offers a pleasant approach to Spanish Education. language learning. Come have fun and learn. Offered in partnership with FEE: $5 per session Liberty Adult Education. (Min: 12) INSTRUCTOR: Crosby & Joaquin FEE: $50 per session CLASS # DAY TIME DATE INSTRUCTOR: Child 12584 W/TH 1-4PM 6/6-8/9 LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Class Room) 12585 W/TH 1-4PM 8/15-10/18 CLASS # DAY TIME DATE Senior Club Book Banter Group 12582 TH 10-11:30AM 8/2-9/20 Join us each month as we discuss one of the literary delights selected by Basic Color and Design the group. We meet on the third Tuesday of the month to discuss a variety Learn, have fun, save money on the newest mixing techniques. This of books and topics. Book Banter increases memory skills, and allows course is for everyone that uses color in their work, home or personal socializing with others. A list of upcoming books is available at the Senior interests. Offered in partnership with Liberty Adult Education. Supply list Center. This activity is provided and supported by the Brentwood Senior will be discussed at the first class. (Min:12 students) Club, Inc. FEE: $79 per session FEE: Senior Activity Card Required INSTRUCTOR: Rios LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Class Room) LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Class Room) DAY TIME DATE CLASS # DAY TIME DATE T 1:30-2:30PM 3rd Tuesday of the Month 12583 SA 9AM-12PM 8/4-9/22 www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 5 UPCOMING SENIOR TRIPS Special Monthly Brentwood Active Adults Senior Citizen Club Luncheon (Ages 60+) Discover, Explore and Have Fun!!! Join the Brentwood Senior Citizen Club, Inc. twice a month for Brentwood Senior Citizens Club Trip Activity Levels – Choose their special luncheon featuring a variety of catered meals from your level carefully: CC Café. Enjoy a variety of entertainment such as entertainers, Level 1: Easy, sitting/little walking. Must be able to stand guest speakers, bingo, and special raffles. Advance reservations 10 minutes without assistance or bring your are required for these special luncheon and are made by calling walker or wheelchair. CC Café directly, weekdays between 8-11:30AM at (925) Level 2: Small amount of walking 634-5040 at least two days in advance. Level 3: Moderate to heavy walking FEE: $2 suggested donation per person Level 4: Heavy amount of walking/standing LOCATION: Brentwood Senior Activity Center (Main Hall) If you are not sure where you fit, DAY TIME DATE give us a call at (925) 516-5380. F 11:30AM Second Friday of the Month* W 11:30AM Last Wednesday of the Month* Delta Cruise (Level 1) *Subject to change without notice – call for more information. Ecology Hot Lunch Senior Special Cruise. Discover what makes the Luncheon Themes Delta the Delta. Learn about the June 8: “Arabian Nights” Special Belly Dance Performance flora and fauna of this special river system in our own backyard. Lemon July 25: “The Doo Wop Sock Hop” Best 50’s all fit contest and Herb Chicken served with Rice Pilaf, Special Showing of the Rebels of Rydell High. Brown Sugar Carrots, Gourmet August and September – look for additional special Salad, rolls with butter and performances soon to be announced! Chocolate Mousse Cake. Sail from 12-2PM. Leaving Brentwood Senior Center at 11:15AM and returning at approximately 3PM. Registration deadline: 6/8. Volunteering Opportunities FEE: Club Member $50/Non-Club Member $55 TRIP # DAY DATE TIME Volunteers are changing the lives of seniors in our 12586 TH 7/11 11:15AM-3PM community by reaching out with their time and talents. Last Apple Hill (Level 2) year our dedicated volunteers gave over 2,000 hours to Join us for a wonderful adventure up to “High Hill Ranch,” help seniors at the Brentwood Senior Activity Center. Please taking in the beauty of the El Dorado Countryside. Upon take a look at the following list of Volunteer Opportunities arrival, we will enjoy a delicious hosted lunch in the Pie to see how you can help (and if you have an idea that’s House Dining Room. To top it off you will receive a slice of not on our list, please let us know). Sign up to volunteer Hot Apple Pie with Ice Cream. After Lunch we will be given a today, make a lasting difference in someone’s life through tour of the history and development of Apple Hill. We will your generosity! wind down a country road filled with beautiful scenery and fruit filled orchards. Bus will stop at two different apple Areas to Consider ranches. Registration deadline: 8/19. n Office Administration: Front Desk Receptionist FEE: Club Member $57/Non-Member $62 (Ambassador Positions), Mailings, Special Projects TRIP # DAY DATE TIME n Programs: Creativity Classes, 12588 TH 9/19 8:45AM-5:15PM Health & Wellness, Tutoring Upcoming Trips! n Special Events: Public Relations, Marketing, Creative • Mare Island Vallejo (Level 2) Professionals • Casino Trips to Cache Creek or n Event Committee: Special Red Hawk Casino (Level 1) Fundraising Event Planning, and Senior Club Trip Refund Policy: When registration falls below the Support minimum enrollment required, it may be necessary to cancel a trip. At the time of cancellation, the City of Brentwood will initiate a full refund. Please n Brentwood Senior Citizen’s Club allow 4 weeks for refunds to be processed. Withdrawal and refund request must be submitted at prior to the non refund dead line. You may elect to Board: Serve as an officer or receive a credit on your account or you may request a check refund. become a committee member. Refunds cannot be given for any reason for trips designated Non- Refundable. Trip prices are subject to change due to enrollment To Volunteer please contact Marianne Wiesen at changes. Please call the Brentwood Senior Activity Center for (925) 634-4734. more information on Senior Club Trips. 6 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 Brentwood Senior Citizens Club, Inc. SPECIAL EVENTS Active Adults Join our Family! The Brentwood Senior Citizens Club, Inc. provides great opportunities to socialize with others and provides a link to a variety of resources, Ice Cream trips and activities. The club is open to all adults, 50+ years of age. Club members Social receive discounts on select programs, activities, and special events throughout the Held at the year. Non-Members are also welcome to participate, but generally pay a higher fee Brentwood Senior than club members. As a member, you receive our bi-monthly newsletter keeping you Activity Center (Main up to date on what we are doing and what’s new in our programs. Cost of the Hall). FREE to the first 100 annual membership is $15. All are welcome. Brentwood Senior Citizens Club Members/$1 Non-Club Members. Spotlight Guest Speaker Sessions EVENT # DAY DATE TIME 12588 TH 8/23 1-3PM Special FREE Educational Sessions that address different topics that are important to seniors, lead by professionals who Brentwood Senior Club specialize in each topic presented. No registration required. Held 10 Year Anniversary at the Brentwood Senior Activity Center from 1-3PM. BBQ Picnic Peer Counseling – June 27 West Nile Virus – July 13 Come and Join the Club Dementia – August 10 as they celebrate their 10 year anniversary with an outdoor BBQ picnic at the Veterans Park Picnic Area. Club Member FREE/$5 Non-Club Members. EVENT # DAY DATE TIME 12589 SA 9/8 1-3PM Upcoming Events A Tap Dancing Comedy to look for this Fall! by Richard Harris Senior Resource Fair: Friends, A rollicking comedy about the attempts of some fumbling amateurs Food and Fun – September 29 in an adult tap dance class who aspire to overcome their over Halloween Masquerade Ball – abundance of two left feet and triumph at a charity pageant. You October 26 will stand up and cheer!!! Holiday Craft Fair – November 3 Friday June 1, 2012 6:30PM Performance Doors Open at 6PM Senior Club Members $5 Non-Member $8 Brentwood Senior Activity Center EVENT #12617 www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 7 Summer Camps Jedi Master Flight Academy (Ages 6-11) Engineering (Ages 8-12) Sign-up for Mad Science Flight Academy and explore The Force is strong in this class. Build complex the fundamentals of flight. Learn characteristics of machines and structures based on the best designs the planets and discover the wonders of the Milky from a galaxy far, far away. Projects include X-Wings, Way. See how air and wind affect kites, hot air AT-AT walkers, Pod Racers, Star Destroyers, Cloud balloons and parachutes. Discover the fundamentals Cities, settlements, and fortresses. Play-Well’s Jedi of rocketry, the stages of rocket flight and experiment instructors reinforce key engineering concepts such as with huge water rocket launches. We each build our gear trains, worm drives, pneumatics, eccentric own launchable rockets to take home. Take-homes motion and more as students tap into the powerful include the new Mad Science Skyblazer rocket, a forces of imagination and engineering. (Min: 11/ rubber band-powered airplane, a kite, a boomerang, Max: 24) a mini flying disc, and more! (Min: 12/Max: 24) Pre-Engineering with LEGO® FEE: $180 Res./$198 Non-Res. (1 week) FEE: $189.40 Res./$208.30 Non-Res. (1 week) (Ages 5-6) INSTRUCTOR: Play-Well TEKnologies Staff INSTRUCTOR: Mad Science Staff Create, Play, and Learn. Build a town, city or star base LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Multi- LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Multi- with houses, buildings, pyramids, bridges, tunnels, Purpose Room) Purpose Room) towers, and more. Build motorized cars, trains, buses, CLASS # DAY TIME DATE CLASS # DAY TIME DATE and trucks; race them; crash them; repair them. 11919 M-F 1-4PM 7/23-7/27 11865 M-F 1-4PM 6/11-6/15 Explore the many possibilities of LEGO® building systems while learning useful construction My First Lab (Ages 4-5) Inventor’s Academy (Ages 6-11) techniques. (Min: 11/Max: 24) Become a junior Mad Scientist! This new camp is a Each day campers are given a series of challenges FEE: $180 Res./$198 Non-Res. (1 week) great introduction to science. Preschoolers explore they must overcome using basic materials, simple INSTRUCTOR: Play-Well TEKnologies Staff their sense of sight, sound, smell, taste and touch. machines, tips from world famous inventors and the LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Multi- Children use a magnifying glass to discover the world most important thing of all – their minds. The camp Purpose Room) of creepy crawly creatures. Explore the science of the involves a team-based approach to solving problems CLASS # DAY TIME DATE sea and the fascinating creatures that live there. but will also include projects like building your own 11916 M-F 9AM-12PM 6/18-6/22 Campers become paleontologists by searching for Light Saber, Rocket Launcher and more. Discover and fossils and participating in a mini dinosaur dig. Create! Additional $15 lab fee paid to the instructor Engineering FUNdamentals Finally, take an exciting mission with Mad Science to the first day of class. (Min: 12/Max: 24) (Ages 7-12) explore the planets, moons and stars. Take-home FEE: $189.40 Res./$208.30 Non-Res. (1 week) Discover the FUNdamentals of Engineering. Build projects included each day! (Min: 8/Max: 16) INSTRUCTOR: Mad Science Staff motorized creations beyond your wildest dreams all FEE: $189.40 Res./$208.30 Non-Res. (1 week) LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Multi- while exploring the concepts of engineering, physics, INSTRUCTOR: Mad Science Staff Purpose Room) and architecture. This is a hands-on and minds-on LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Multi- CLASS # DAY TIME DATE class suitable for LEGO® building system novices to Purpose Room) 11867 M-F 1-4PM 6/25-6/29 “maniac.” Returning students will work on new CLASS # DAY TIME DATE projects and challenges. (Min: 11/Max: 24) NASA: Journey into Outer Space 11864 M-F 9AM-12PM 6/11-6/15 FEE: $180 Res./$198 Non-Res. (1 week) (Ages 6-11) INSTRUCTOR: Play-Well TEKnologies Staff Secret Agent Camp (Ages 6-11) Mad Science and NASA’s LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Multi- The Mad Science Secret Agent Camp is a fun journey after school program is Purpose Room) into the world of detection, spy science, and now a summer camp! CLASS # DAY TIME DATE forensics. Campers will examine the science behind From our atmosphere to 11917 M-F 1-4PM 6/18-6/22 the spy tools made famous by the world’s greatest the outer reaches of our spies! We will reconstruct activities using scientific solar system, this Jedi Engineering methods and use the science of cryptology to send hands-on program Summer Camps (Ages 5-7) and decode secret messages. Kids will get a chance to sends campers on a Young Jedi will explore worlds far, far away and see what can’t be seen by the naked eye and will quest for exploration! engineering principles right in front of them. Defeat follow in Sherlock’s steps to learn what tracks can tell Comets, planets, stars the Empire by designing and refining X-Wings, R2- us! Join the Mad Science Bureau of Investigations to and more are all units, and settlements on far-flung edges of the help foil a burglary using state-of-the art security waiting to be discovered. Learn about the four forces galaxy. Imagination and engineering combine to techniques! (Min: 12/Max: 24) of flight and the challenges of space travel. Camp create motorized and architectural projects such as FEE: $189.40 Res./$208.30 Non-Res. (1 week) includes a take home every day. Join us for Earth and energy catapults, shield generators and defense INSTRUCTOR: Mad Science Staff Beyond, Astronaut-in-Training, Solar Launch, Eye on turrets. (Min: 11/Max: 24) LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Multi- the Sky, and Space Voyage! (Min: 12/Max: 24) FEE: $180 Res./$198 Non-Res. (1 week) Purpose Room) FEE: $189.40 Res./$208.30 Non-Res. (1 week) INSTRUCTOR: Play-Well TEKnologies Staff CLASS # DAY TIME DATE INSTRUCTOR: Mad Science Staff LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Multi- 11866 M-F 9AM-12PM 6/25-6/29 LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Multi- Purpose Room) Purpose Room) CLASS # DAY TIME DATE CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 11918 M-F 9AM-12PM 7/23-7/27 11868 M-F 9AM-12PM 7/16-7/20 8 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 Kidz Love Soccer Camp Animation (Ages 4.5-10) Cartooning (Ages 5-7) Spend a week enjoying the world’s most popular The participants will learn the fundamentals of sport in a fun, recreational environment. Learn and developing cartoon characters and creating a practice soccer skills including: dribbling, passing, storyboard with these characters, this is the receiving, shooting and age-specific defense. beginning of a cartoon. They will create an animatic Everyone is a winner as the week’s fun culminates in (filmed) storyboard, which is the first step in the an age-appropriate “World Cup” tournament. All process of any major animated film. The class campers will receive a soccer ball and a Kidz Love introduces the participants to basic digital cartooning Soccer jersey. Campers should bring a full water software, basic animatic techniques in filmmaking, bottle, snack and must wear shin guards. Soccer character design and some of the fundamentals of Crazy Chemistry (Ages 6-11) shoes and sunscreen are recommended. (Min: 8/ comic storytelling. All work is original to the We’ll explore and create exciting chemical reactions, Max: 40) participants and the copyrights belong to the make colorful concoctions and bubbling brews. FEE: $117.80 Res./$129.60 Non-Res. (1 week) creators. The final cartoons are posted on the Freshi Amaze yourself with magical temperature changing INSTRUCTOR: Kidz Love Soccer Staff website at www.freshiacademy.com or can be baggie science or growing ghost crystals. Study the LOCATION: Oak Meadow Park downloaded on a personal thumb drive by the chemistry involved in not-so-simple things like chalk CLASS # DAY TIME DATE participants. (Min: 12/Max: 15) and soap, and even experiment with the chemistry Level 1 (Ages 4.5-6) FEE: $210 Res./$231 Non-Res. (1 week) used by artists, spies and detectives! Chemists bring 11881 M-F 9AM-12PM 7/16-7/20 INSTRUCTOR: Freshi Films Staff home a project each day. (Min: 12/Max: 24) Level 2 (Ages 7-8) LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Meeting FEE: $189.40 Res./$208.30 Non-Res. (1 week) 11882 M-F 9AM-12PM 7/16-7/20 Room) INSTRUCTOR: Mad Science Staff Level 3 (Ages 9-10) CLASS # DAY TIME DATE LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Multi- 11883 M-F 9AM-12PM 7/16-7/20 11926 M-F 9AM-12PM 6/18-6/22 Purpose Room) British Multi-Sports Camp Filmmaking from Script CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 11869 M-F 1-4PM 7/16-7/20 (Ages 6-13) to Premiere (Ages 8-12) Challenger’s team of British coaches will provide boys This camp begins with a completed script. The Tennis Spin 1 (Ages 5-13+) and girls with a week of nonstop action, fun and participants form small production groups of 6 to 8 A fun, athletic, instructional, comprehensive tennis competition, all with a British twist – a camp to filmmakers. From a book of scripts, the group decides program for all ages. Come learn the game, further remember! Children will learn new British sports on the genre of film they want to produce: comedy, your skills and enjoy others that share your interest in including tag rugby, non-stop cricket, rounders, drama, sci-fi, action adventure or horror. The group the game. 5-aside soccer, kickball, British bull dogs and team begins with creating the storyboards for their film. FEE: (Ages 5-7) $15.70 Res./$20.70 Non-Res. relays and obstacle courses. They will develop new Using basic video cameras and editing software, they (1 hour clinic) skills with team-building activities that include more produce the film, integrating simple special effects, (Ages 8-Adult) $20.90 Res./$25.90 Non-Res. than just running, jumping, catching, kicking and sound effects and a score. They will learn camera (1.5 hour clinic) throwing! Campers will also learn about respect, angles, film etiquette and vocabulary and digital film INSTRUCTOR: Sandi Johnston, Tennis Pro, Future responsibility, integrity, sportsmanship and tools. The skills they learn should be able to translate Stars 2000’s leadership, while playing hard, having fun and outside of the class to their home video camera and LOCATION: Heritage High School (Tennis Courts) making new friends. Campers receive a camp T-shirt. computer so they can continue with their digital CLASS # DAY TIME DATE (Min: 12) storytelling after the class is over. Depending on the Tot Level – Beginner (Ages 5-7) FEE: $150 Res./$165 Non-Res. (1 week) group, they may bring costumes and props from 11909 SA 9-10AM 6/16 INSTRUCTOR: Challenger Sports Staff home but this is not required. The final class will be a Junior Level – Beginner (Ages 8-12) LOCATION: Oak Meadow Park premiere of their movie for the benefit of family and 11910 SA 10-11:30AM 6/16 CLASS # DAY TIME DATE friends. The final film is posted on the Freshi website Adults – Beginner (Ages 13+) 11915 M-F 9AM-12PM 6/11-6/15 at www.freshiacademy.com or can be downloaded 11911 SA 11:30AM-1PM 6/16 on a personal thumb drive by the participants. Gymnastics Camp (Ages 4-12) (Min: 12/Max: 15) Tennis Spin 2 (Ages 5-13+) Children will be exposed to a variety of activities A fun, athletic, instructional, comprehensive tennis FEE: $210 Res./$231 Non-Res. (1 week) while spending the week at gymnastics camp. program for all ages. Come learn the game, further INSTRUCTOR: Freshi Films Staff Children will have the opportunity to bounce on the your skills and enjoy others that share your interest in LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Meeting trampoline, jump in the fun foam pit, and play the game. Room) games. Please be sure to bring a water bottle labeled Summer Camps FEE: (Ages 5-7) $15.70 Res./$20.70 Non-Res. CLASS # DAY TIME DATE with child’s name and a snack will be provided daily. (1 hour clinic) 11927 M-F 1-4PM 6/18-6/22 (Min: 3/Max: 10) (Ages 8-Adult) $20.90 Res./$25.90 Non-Res. FEE: $100 Res./$110 Non-Res. (1 week) (1.5 hour clinic) INSTRUCTOR: Black Diamond Kids Center Staff INSTRUCTOR: Sandi Johnston, Tennis Pro, Future LOCATION: Black Diamond Kids Center (2015 Elkins Stars 2000’s Way, Suite D) LOCATION: Heritage High School (Tennis Courts) CLASS # DAY TIME DATE CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 11922 M-F 9:30AM-12PM 6/18-6/22 Tot Level – Intermediate (Ages 5-7) 11923 M-F 9:30AM-12PM 7/9-7/13 11912 SA 9-10AM 6/23 Junior Level – Intermediate (Ages 8-12) 11913 SA 10-11:30AM 6/23 Adults – Intermediate (Ages 13+) 11914 SA 11:30AM-1PM 6/23 www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 9 From Story to Screen (Ages 5-7) Introduction to Sculpture Camp (Ages 6-12) This is a beginning digital filmmaking class. The class Game Design: Bring your creative ideas to three-dimensional life! begins with a well-known children’s story or nursery Paper Games (Ages 5-7) In this exciting new camp you’ll sculpt and carve clay, rhythm. Together, the group chooses the story they This is the program that introduces the beginning of build with wood, model with papier-mâché and want to film and they learn to convert the story into the Game Design process. Working independently or design a colorful mobile. Along the way you’ll learn a visual storyboard series. Using fundamental as a small group, the participants learn to create the about three-dimensional design, structure, balance, cameras and editing software, they are led through a concept for a game, design the characters, design the space and texture. Each day includes projects, cinematic process from pre-production, production backgrounds and articulate the flow of the game activities and a snack break. Plan to bring your own and post-production and, at the end of the program, including how points are scored, what challenges snack and beverage. A $20 materials fee is payable to they complete an original short film based on a have to be overcome, what is won at each level and the instructor on the first day. familiar children’s story. The final film is posted on how many advancing levels move the action of the FEE: $83.80 Res./$92.20 Non-Res. (3 days) the Freshi website at www.freshiacademy.com or can game forward. All work is original to the young Game INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Roberts be downloaded on a personal thumb drive by the Designers and the copyrights are owned by the LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Art participants. (Min: 12/Max: 15) creators. Finally, the participants begin to storyboard Room) FEE: $210 Res./$231 Non-Res. (1 week) the action of the game and prepare for beginning the CLASS # DAY TIME DATE INSTRUCTOR: Freshi Films Staff computer programming. (Min: 12/Max: 15) 11980 T/W/TH 9AM-12PM 7/10-7/12 LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Multi- FEE: $210 Res./$231 Non-Res. (1 week) Purpose Room) Summer Dance Camp (Ages 4-8) INSTRUCTOR: Freshi Films Staff Beat the summer boredom and blues with one of our CLASS # DAY TIME DATE LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Meeting exciting dance camps. Meet new friends and have 11928 M-F 9AM-12PM 7/9-7/13 Room) crazy fun while learning ballet, jazz, and hip-hop. Special Effects with Animation CLASS # DAY TIME DATE Each week hosts a new theme: I Want to be a Star, (Ages 8-12) 11930 M-F 9AM-12PM 7/23-7/27 Fun In The Sun, Camp Fun, and Dancin’ Days. Your Young filmmakers will be introduced to some of the Cartoon Camp (Ages 6-12) little one is guaranteed to have a blast. Snacks and most basic “tricks” in filmmaking created with the Come have some serious fun designing and drawing crafts will be supplied. Parents won’t want to miss help of animation such as morphing, flying, disasters your own cartoons! Let your imagination run wild as the Super Showcase held at the end of each camp and monsters. The participants work in small groups you invent characters, create their world and bring session. of 4 to 6 to realize the special effects. This program them to life with jokes and storylines. Along the way FEE: $120 Res./$132 Non-Res. (1 week) emphasizes technique and may not result in a you’ll learn pencil and ink drawing skills, sequencing, INSTRUCTOR: Expressions Dance Academy, 640 completed short film. All completed short film graphic lay-out and coloring techniques to add a Harvest Park Dr., #E projects will be posted on the Freshi website at professional look to your work. Each day includes CLASS# DAY TIME DATE wwwe.freshiacademy.com or can be downloaded on projects, activities and a snack break. Plan to bring 12604 M-F 9:30AM-12PM 6/25-6/29 a personal thumb drive on the last day of the your own snack and beverage. Students who’ve 12605 M-F 9:30AM-12PM 7/9-7/13 program. (Min: 12/Max: 15) worked with Nancy before will receive fresh 12606 M-F 9:30AM-12PM 7/16-7/20 FEE: $210 Res./$231 Non-Res. (1 week) challenges to build on personal progress. A $10 Horse and Pony Camps INSTRUCTOR: Freshi Films Staff materials fee is payable to the instructor on the first (Ages 6-11) LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Multi- day. Camp features riding daily, camp shows, camp Purpose Room) FEE: $83.80 Res./$92.20 Non-Res. (3 days) competitions, field trips, live presentations by equine CLASS # DAY TIME DATE INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Roberts professionals, crafts and activities relating to horses, 11929 M-F 1-4PM 7/9-7/13 LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Art horse history, and teamwork through teams and Beginning Game Design Room) peers, safety skills, mini show and so much more. CLASS # DAY TIME DATE Students should wear sturdy shoes and pants. Class (Ages 8-12) 11977 T/W/TH 9AM-12PM 6/19-6/21 includes workbook, all craft supplies, safety Beginning Game Developers work in pairs of two per computer to learn the basics of computer Fashion Camp (Ages 8-14) equipment and snacks. programming for games. Unlike other Game-learning Do you have amazing ideas for creative new clothing FEE: $196.60 Res./$216.30 Non-Res. experiences, this program starts with a blank screen. designs? Learn how to turn your ideas into INSTRUCTOR: Melissa Madsen, K.C. Riding Academy The programming is logic-based and does not require professional-looking illustrations using a variety of LOCATION: K.C. Riding Academy (Arena), 1450 Eden previous experience with computer programming or media, techniques and presentation graphics. Plains (entrance on Fisher) computer programming languages. Everything Projects cover drawing the face and figure, posing CLASS # DAY TIME DATE created for the game is original to the team. In this your model, garment structure, and designing with 12515 M-F 9AM-12:30PM 6/18-6/22 program, they will learn the fundamental elements fabric, pattern and color. You’ll be inspired by fashions 12516 M-F 9AM-12:30PM 7/16-7/20 Summer Camps of a game and build a single platform game. On the from throughout history and around the world along last day of the class they can download their game to with current trends. Each day includes projects, a personal thumb drive so that they can play the activities and a snack break. Plan to bring your own game at home or with friends. The games are totally snack and beverage. A $20 materials fee is payable to original to the creative pairs and the copyrights are the instructor on the first day. owned by the creators. Their game will be posted on FEE: $83.80 Res./$92.20 Non-Res. (3 days) the www.freshiacademy website where it can also be INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Roberts shared. (Min: 12/Max: 15) LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Art FEE: $210 Res./$231 Non-Res. (1 week) Room) INSTRUCTOR: Freshi Films Staff CLASS # DAY TIME DATE LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Meeting 11979 T/W/TH 9AM-12PM 6/26-6/28 Room) CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 11931 M-F 1-4PM 7/23-7/27 10 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex 195 Griffith Lane Brentwood, CA 94513 • (925) 516-5430 (recorded message) www.brentwoodca.gov hether through Swim Lessons, Lap W Swim/Masters Program, or Lifeguard Certification classes, Aquatic Activities are a Aquatics great way to reach one’s fitness goals with a low risk of injury to joints and your body in general. Participation in Aquatic Activities helps promote cardiovascular endurance, strength, flexibility and range of motion. The City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Department reserves the right to refuse entry or eject individuals from the facility. Lap Swim Recreation Public Swim Concessions provided by “Sticky Chicken & Ribs” Summer Lap Swim/Masters Program (Adults 18+ only except where noted) Weekend Public Swim Hours Note: All Lap Swim/Masters program hours will require the use of Lap May 5-September 30, 2012 Swim passes only. Lap Swim passes may only be purchased at the Parks & Saturday and Sunday 12-6PM Recreation Administrative office, 35 Oak Street, Monday through Friday, Weekday Public Swim Hours 8AM-5PM. Through Friday, October 26, 2012. June 11-July 27, 2012 Monday-Friday* 5:30-8AM Monday-Friday 1-6PM 11AM-12:45PM Special Holiday Hours 6:15-8:15PM (Adults & Teens, Ages 13+) May 28, July 4, September 3 12-6PM *NOTE: Lap Swim/Masters program will be closed on 5/28, 7/4, 9/3. Saturday Special Lap Swim/Masters Hours Public Swim Fees Enjoy Saturday morning lap swim through September 29 as an alternative Single Entry (Ages 1+) to your weekend exercise program. Monday-Friday (before 4PM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4 Starting Saturday, May 5, 2012 Saturday/Sundays (before 4PM) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$5 Saturdays 9:30-11:30AM 2@4! After 4PM, all days, Single Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2 Saturday Family Lap Swim (Ages 8+) Multi-Entry Passes Fitness swimming for the entire family! Families can lap swim together 10 Entry Swim Pass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$38.30 Res./$43.50 Non-Res. Saturdays only through September 29. Swimmers must swim continuous 25 Entry Swim Pass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$81.70 Res./$90.30 Non-Res. laps, in the true tradition of lap swimming. Recreation swimming and Recreation Swim Passes are not refundable, transferable, or valid for Lap horseplay are prohibited. Note: All persons under the age of 12 must be Swim/Masters. accompanied by someone 15 years of age or older. 2012 Season Pass Family Lap Swim Hours $366.30 Res./$402.90 Non-Res. Through Saturday, September 29, 2012 Get a 25% discount if purchased prior to June 1! Saturdays 9:30-11:30AM Valid for recreation swim admission for up to five family members, May 5 through September 30. Lap Swim Admission Purchase at the Brentwood Family Aquatic 16 Swim Pass $36.40 Res./$41.70 Non-Res. Complex during Public Recreation Swim or at Lap Swim Passes are not refundable, transferable, or the Parks and Recreation Department, 35 Oak may be used for Recreation Swim. Street. Family Passes are not refundable, transferable, or valid as Lap Swim/Masters Passes. www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 11 Aquatic Specialty Classes All Aquatic Specialty Programs are held at the Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex. Junior Lifeguard Camp (Ages 12-14) Junior Water Safety Aide Camp (Ages 12-14) This camp covers water safety and basic rescue skills, the importance of This camp covers learning and teaching basic swim instruction skills, great customer service, facility operations, teamwork, leadership skills, water safety, the importance of great customer service, facility operations, basic work skills, Introduction to First Aid and CPR. (Students do not teamwork, leadership skills, basic work skills, and introduction to First Aid receive CPR/First Aid certification in this course.) Participants must be able and CPR. (Students do not receive CPR/First Aid certification in this to swim six laps of front crawl (freestyle) and tread water for two course.) Participants must be able to swim six laps of front crawl minutes. Please bring a lunch and/or snacks to eat. Fee includes (freestyle) and tread water for two minutes. Please bring a lunch and/or Aquatics handouts, completion certificate, and T-shirt. Junior Lifeguards snacks to eat. Fee includes handouts, completion certificate, and T-shirt. encouraged after the completion of this program to assist with a pool Junior Water Safety Aides encouraged after the completion of this event and possibly assist lifeguards with patron surveillance for a day. program to assist with a pool event and possibly assist a swim instructor FEE: $111.20 Res./$121.80 Non-Res. for a day. CLASS # DAY TIME DATE FEE: $111.20 Res./$121.80 Non-Res. 11744 M-F 7:30AM-12:30PM 6/18-6/22 CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 11745 M-F 7:30AM-12:30PM 7/9-7/13 11746 M-F 8AM-12PM 6/25-6/29 11747 M-F 8AM-12PM 7/16-7/20 Summer Swim Lesson Levels Parent and Child Lesson’s Level PS2b (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) Level Y6 (Fitness Swimmer) swimmers can swim (Ages 6 mos-4 yrs) swimmers are able to float by themselves and are 2 laps of front and back crawl and 1 lap of butterfly, ready to front and back glide with kicking and arm breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke. Note: These programs are a water exploration and strokes. They will work on endurance to double the number adjustment courses, not an actual swim lesson! The of laps for each stroke. They will learn water safety Level PS3 (Stroke Development) swimmers are goal of the class is to give an opportunity for parents skills. 8:1 ratio. Classes available starting in the and children to bond and participate in several able to make forward progress using flutter kicking and arms. They will learn dolphin kicking and back second session beginning June 25. guided practice sessions that help children learn elementary skills including: bubble blowing, front crawl as well as rhythmic breathing. kicking, back floating, underwater exploration, Beginning Adult and games, songs and more! The parent is the primary Elementary Age Lessons Teen Stroke Improvement instructor for their child and is required to be in the (Ages 5-12) (Ages 13+) water with them. The student/parent to teacher ratio FEE: $60.30 Res./$66.30 Non-Res. FEE: $60.30 Res./$66.30 Non-Res. is 10:1) Level Y1 (Introduction to Water Skills) swimmers Beginning swimmers are working on water FEE: $51.60 Res./$56.80 Non-Res. per pair are working on water adjustment skills and becoming adjustment skills, going under water, float and glide Ducklings: (6-18 months) comfortable going all the way under water, as well as on their back and stomachs, basic forward progress Froggies: (18 mos-3 years) opening eyes underwater to retrieve objects. 3:1 ratio with specified strokes and kicks. Students eventually Turtles: (3-4 years) this class is designed for the Level Y2 (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) swimmers progress into competently completing multiple laps child who is not ready to participate in the PS1 swim are willing to go all the way under water and are of front and back crawl, butterfly, breaststroke, lesson independently. learning how to float and glide on their tummies and elementary backstroke, sidestroke, three types of backs unassisted, and will work on front and back kicks for treading water, diving and swimming Preschool Lessons (Ages 3-5) glides with kicking and arm strokes. 4:1 ratio underwater. 4:1 ratio The skills taught in the preschool lessons are the Level Y3 (Stroke Development) swimmers are able same progressions as the elementary age lessons. to make forward progress using flutter kicking and Private Swim Lessons Students who are proficient in the Level PS2b arms. They will learn dolphin kicking and back crawl (Ages 5+) (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) class skills may register as well as rhythmic breathing. 5:1 ratio FEE: $87.70 Res./Non-Res. $96.40 for Level PS3 or Level Y3 (Stroke Development) class Level Y4 (Stroke Improvement) swimmers can Instruction is available on a one-to one basis for both depending on the age of the student. For the swim front and back crawl, and know dolphin kick. children and teens. Private lessons are for those who following levels, the participant must be willing to They will learn butterfly arms, breaststroke, want more individualized attention or who may not work without a parent in the water. The student to elementary backstroke, and work on treading water. feel comfortable in a group lesson. Preregistration is teacher ratio is 3:1. 6:1 ratio required. FEE: $60.30 Res./$66.30 Non-Res. Level Y5 (Stroke Refinement) swimmers can Level PS1 (Introduction to Water Skills) swimmers competently swim front and back crawl, butterfly, will focus on water adjustment skills; getting used to breaststroke, elementary backstroke and sidestroke. being in the swimming pool in a class setting. They will learn surface dives, flip turns, three types of Level PS2a (Fundamental Aquatic Skills) kicks for treading water, diving and swimming swimmers are willing to go all the way under water underwater. 6:1 ratio. Classes available starting in the and are not yet floating unassisted. second session beginning June 25. 12 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 Summer Swim Lesson Program Swimmers of all ages and abilities are welcomed into our program. Class times may be added or deleted based on public demand. The City of Brentwood is an American Red Cross Authorized Service Provider for our Swim Lesson Program! NOTE: The following class offerings are subject to change. Classes may be added or dropped based on demand. Missed Lessons: It is essential that each lesson is attended to receive the full benefit of the class. Please plan your schedule carefully. Sorry, there are no make-up lessons or credits for missed classes. If a Aquatics class or session is canceled by the Parks & Recreation Department, a credit will be issued to your account. GROUP LESSONS – SESSION 1 • June 18-28 • Monday-Thursday, 30 minute classes/8 classes LEVEL 9AM 9:35AM 10:10AM 10:55AM 11:30AM 12:05PM 6:15PM 6:50PM 7:25PM 8PM Ducklings 11635 — — 11636 — — 11637 — — — Froggies — 11648 — — 11649 11650 — 11651 — — Turtles — — 11652 — — — — — 11653 — PS1 11654 11655 11656 11657 11658 11659 11660 11661 11662 — PS2a 11663 11664 11665 11666 11667 11668 11669 11670 11671 — PS2b 11672 11673 11674 11675 11676 11677 11678 11679 11680 — PS3 11681 11682 11683 11684 11685 11686 11687 11688 11689 — Y1 11690 11691 11692 11693 11694 11695 11696 11697 11698 11709 Y2 11699 11700 11701 11702 11703 11704 11705 11706 11707 11708 Y3 11710 — 11711 — 11712 11713 — 11714 — 11715 Y4 — 11716 — 11717 — — 11718 — 11719 — Y5 11720 — 11721 — 11722 — — 11723 — 11724 Y6 — — — 11725 — 11726 — — 11727 — A&TSI 11728 — 11729 — 11730 11731 — 11732 11733 — GROUP LESSONS – SESSION 2 • July 2-12 • Monday-Thursday, 30 minute classes/7 classes (No classes July 4th – Fees are prorated) LEVEL 9AM 9:35AM 10:10AM 10:55AM 11:30AM 12:05PM 6:15PM 6:50PM 7:25PM 8PM Ducklings 12033 — — 12034 — — 12035 — 12036 — Froggies — 12124 — — 12125 12126 — 12127 ≈ — Turtles — — 12137 — — — — — 12138 — PS1 12147 12148 12149 12154 12155 12156 12178 12157 12158 — PS2a 12187 12188 12189 12190 12191 12192 12193 12194 12195 — PS2b 12224 12225 12226 12227 12228 12229 12244 12230 12231 — PS3 12255 12256 12257 12258 12259 12260 12261 12262 12263 — Y1 12287 12288 12289 12290 12291 12292 12293 12294 12295 12296 Y2 12326 12361 12362 12327 12328 12329 12358 12359 12360 12330 Y3 12375 — 12377 — 12376 12378 — 12379 — 12380 Y4 — 12393 — 12394 — — 12395 — 12396 — Y5 — 12407 — 12408 — 12409 — 12410 — — Y6 — — 12421 — — — — — 12422 — A & TSI — — 12438 — 12439 12440 — 12441 12442 — GROUP LESSONS – SESSION 3 • July 16-26 • Monday-Thursday, 30 minute classes/8 classes LEVEL 9AM 9:35AM 10:10AM 10:55AM 11:30AM 12:05PM 6:15PM 6:50PM 7:25PM 8PM Ducklings 12037 — — 12039 — — 12038 — 12040 — Froggies — 12128 — — 12129 12130 — 12131 — — Turtles — — 12139 — — — — — 12140 — PS1 12176 12177 12159 12160 12161 12162 12163 12164 12165 — PS2a 12196 12197 12198 12199 12200 12201 12212 12213 12214 — PS2b 12232 12233 12234 12235 12236 12237 12238 12239 12240 — PS3 12264 12265 12266 12267 12268 12269 12270 12271 12272 — Y1 12297 12298 12299 12300 12301 12302 12303 12304 12305 12306 Y2 12331 12332 12333 12334 12335 12336 12337 12338 12339 12340 Y3 12381 — 12382 — 12383 12384 — 12385 — 12365 Y4 — 12397 — 12398 — — 12399 — 12400 — Y5 — 12411 — 12412 — 12413 — 12414 — — Y6 — — 12423 — 12424 — — — 12425 — A & TSI — — — — 12443 12444 — 12445 12446 12447 www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 13 GROUP LESSONS – SESSION 4 GROUP LESSONS – SESSION 5 July 30-August 9 • Monday-Thursday August 13-23 • Monday-Thursday 30 minute classes/8 classes 30 minute classes/8 classes LEVEL 6:15PM 6:50PM 7:25PM 8PM LEVEL 6:15PM 6:50PM 7:25PM 8PM Ducklings 12040 — — — Ducklings 12042 — — — Froggies — 12132 — — Froggies — 12133 — — Turtles — — 12141 — Turtles — — 12142 — PS1 12166 12167 12168 — PS1 12169 12170 12179 — PS2a 12202 12203 12204 — PS2a 12215 12205 12206 — PS2b — 12241 — — PS2b — 12245 — — PS3 — 12273 — 12274 PS3 — 12275 — 12276 Aquatics Y1 12307 12308 12309 12310 Y1 12311 12312 12313 12314 Y2 12341 12342 12343 12344 Y2 12345 12346 12347 12348 Y3 — 12386 — 12366 Y3 — 12367 — 12368 Y4 12401 — 12402 — Y4 12403 — 12404 — Y5 12415 — 12416 — Y5 12417 — 12418 — Y6 — 12426 — 12427 Y6 — 12428 — 12429 A & TSI — 12448 12449 12450 A & TSI — 12451 12452 12453 GROUP LESSONS – SESSION 6 August 27-30 • Monday-Thursday 30 minute classes/4 classes (Fees are prorated) Swim LEVEL Ducklings 6:15PM 12043 6:50PM — 7:25PM — 8PM — Scholarships Froggies — 12134 — — Turtles — — 12143 — Would you like to register your child PS1 12171 12172 12173 — for swim lessons, but can’t because of PS2a 12207 12208 12209 — limited funds? Partial financial PS2b — 12242 — — PS3 — 12277 — 12278 assistance may be available through Y1 12315 12316 12317 12318 our Aquatic Scholarship Fund. Please Y2 12349 12350 12351 12352 Y3 — 12369 — 12370 see page 18 under Youth Activity Y4 12405 — 12406 — Scholarship Assistance Program for Y5 12419 — 12420 — further information. Y6 — 12430 — 12431 A & TSI — 12454 12455 12456 PRIVATE LESSONS • Monday-Thursday, 30 minute classes/4 classes – One week only! DATE 9AM 9:35AM 10:10AM 10:55AM 11:30AM 12:05PM 6:15PM 6:50PM 7:25PM 8PM 6/18-6/21 11734 11735 11736 11737 11738 11739 11740 11741 11742 11743 6/25-6/28 11947 11948 11949 11950 11951 11952 11953 11954 11955 11956 7/9-7/12 12069 12116 12070 12071 12072 12073 12117 12074 12075 12076 7/16-7/19 12077 12078 12079 12080 12081 12082 12083 12084 12085 12086 7/23-7/26 12087 12088 12089 12090 12091 12092 12118 12093 12094 12119 7/30-8/2 — — — — — — 12095 12096 12097 12098 8/6-8/9 — — — — — — 12099 12100 12101 12102 8/13-8/16 — — — — — — 12103 12104 12105 12106 8/20-8/23 — — — — — — 12107 12108 12109 12110 8/27-8/30 — — — — — — 12546 12547 12548 12549 A Few Important Facility and Pool Rules 1. Children under the age of 12 must be 4. No street clothing may be worn in the 5. The City of Brentwood Parks and accompanied by a responsible, pool. All guests must wear a swimming Recreation Department reserves the actively supervising person 15 years of suit to enter the water. T-shirts, knit right to refuse entry or eject individuals age or older. clothing, cotton clothing of any type, from the facility. 2. Lifeguard attention is spread among all and jeans of any type 6. PLAY SAFE! swimmers. Drowning may still occur. are prohibited in the 7. WEAR SUN SCREEN! Active, responsible supervision is water. Rash guards or 8. HAVE FUN! required. board shorts may be Please visit our website at 3. Each patron entering the facility must worn as long as they www.brentwoodca.gov for pay the Recreation Swim fee. This do not have zippers, a complete list of our Facility includes non-swimmers. buckles or metal pieces. and Safety rules. 14 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 Registration Information All Brentwood Residents registration starts on May 10, 2012. All Non-Residents registration starts on May 17, 2012. There are 5 Easy Ways To Register . . . eMotion Online Registration and Registration Forms Mail-in City of Brentwood eMotion online registration is convenient and easy to use. Please visit our Parks & Recreation Department website at www.brentwoodca.gov/eMotion, where you will find the 35 Oak Street information needed to assist you. Some courses not available for online Brentwood, CA 94513 registration, but you may download the general information page, general registration form and Adult Sports league information packets Fax-in (925) 516-5445 from the website. Simply click on “recreation forms” to locate the form you need. Online www.brentwoodca.gov/eMotion Youth Sports and Pre-School Call-in (925) 516-5444 Sports Activities Policy Waitlists may be established once an activity has reached maximum Walk-in 35 Oak Street capacity or the registration period has closed. Waitlists will only be taken Monday-Friday, 8AM-5PM up to five (5) business days after registration has ended. If a space opens, you will be notified. Being placed on a waitlist does not guarantee placement in an activity. If placed, an additional service charge of $23.20 General Information will be added to the cost of the program. Once an activity has started, Full payment is due at time of enrollment by cash, check, or waitlists will be discarded and waitlisted individuals will be notified that Visa/MasterCard/Discover. Checks are payable to the City of Brentwood. they are no longer on the waitlist. Returned checks will be assessed a service charge of $13.43. Participants must pre-register for all programs unless otherwise noted. It is the Youth Activity Scholarship Assistance Program participant’s responsibility to attend the activity or call to verify their Would you like to register your child for an activity but can’t because enrollment if a receipt is not received. Some programs and sports have of a limited family budget? Partial financial assistance may be different registration dates. These separate registrations will be listed in available through our Youth Activity Scholarship Program. To be the guide. eligible, you must meet the following requirements: Brentwood Refund Policy resident (no other areas will be considered); under 18 years of age; Our department strives to provide you with high quality programs. Some meet the income eligibility chart listed in the application; applicant Registration situations that occur are beyond our control. Withdrawals/refunds could must fill out the application and provide some form of verification of cause the class/activity/program to drop below the minimum required their yearly family income. These scholarships are funded through attendance, which could cause the class/activity/program to be cancelled. community donations and can vary from year-to-year. A limit of $125 City reserves the right to cancel a program and refund under extenuating in scholarships per eligible family is available each fiscal year, as long circumstances. Should you be dissatisfied, contact us and staff will work as funds are available. Scholarships subsidize 50% of the with you to the best of our ability. class/sport/activity fee. Certain classes can not be repeated. For more • Refunds will be considered upon request to the Parks & Recreation information call (925) 516-5444. Department. • Refund requests made no later than half way through a class/activity/session may be subject to a partial refund. If applicable, a uniform fee will be deducted from the refund. Early Bird Doesn’t • Refund requests made after the last class/activity/session will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Always Get the Worm • Refunds are processed within 30 days. In an effort to maintain fairness and uphold City policy, the • Refund policies may vary for Adult Leagues, Aquatics, Senior Trips and Parks and Recreation Department will hold all registrations Facility Permits. received prior to May 10 for residents and May 17 for non- residents, and will not process them until 24 hours after the Cancellations official registration opens. If at that time the activity is full, the Classes without minimum enrollment will be cancelled or combined. If Refund Policy will be followed. PLEASE NOTE: All payments the activity, class, or trip is cancelled the City will issue a refund. must be deposited on the date they are received. www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 15 City of Brentwood Parks and Facilities ) ure at ( e io e able r a q tb el r Fe cA oo vat ble cer ss A te p# eag 10 eP yA nic cce s bli llfi rbe ske nch vail str ser Ta P Ta Ma Acr page Ba Ba ds Ba ues Bik all Gra ea Pic rea Be n A Re s Pu ms Soc rt Bo Field Wa Pla th Re icnic bles Other Almond Park 2010 Azalea Way 1 1.39 2 l l l 5 4 l Amber Park 2357 DeMartini Lane 2 .3 l l 2 2 Anastasia Park 1774 Anastasia Drive 3 .81 l l 2 4 For additional Appaloosa Park 2413 Tamalpais Court 4 .94± l l 1 2 Apple Hill Park 1866 Central Blvd. 5 4.85 l 5 l l l 4 l 12 l l Apricot Park 1875 Spanish Trail 6 .25 l 2 park information Arbor View Park 817 Atherton Blvd. 7 5 l l l l 4 6 Gazebo, Volleyball Balfour-Guthrie Park 1701 Balfour Road 8 6 l 3 l l l l 12 12 l l Tennis Courts, Volleyball and photos, Berkshire Park 2389 Berkshire Lane 9 .5 l l 2 2 Black Gold Park 2671 St. Regis Avenue 10 6.5 l l l 3 3 or to just find a Blue Goose 1765 Adams Lane 11 5 3 l l 6 l 4 l Play Area Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex 195 Griffith Lane 12 7 l 5 l 15 l l Swimming Pools, great place to play Concession Building Brentwood Senior Activity Center 193 Griffith Lane 20 1.2 2 l Brentwood Skate Park 195 Griffith Lane 13 .5 8 l 2 or picnic, visit Caboose Park 832 Marjoram Drive 14 1± 3 l l 3 3 Carmel Estates Park 576 Sungold Court 59 1 2 l l 8 4 l Currently under construction www.kaboom.org Celeste Park 2955 Celeste Way 15 1.9 l l 1 4 Cherry Park 2050 Roper Circle 16 .43 l 2 2 and click on the City Park 710 Second Street 17 2.94 3 l l l 10 l 11 l l l Bike Racks and Rose Garden Cortona Parks 366 Cortona Way 55 .3 l l l 1 4 Playspace icon. Creekside Park 1010 Claremont Drive 18 10.25 2 l l l l 6 8 Tennis Courts Curtis Park 105 Curtis Drive 19 .14 l 1 Fruitwood Park 1807 Moreau Way 21 .4 l 1 Garin Park 231 Lawrence Lane 22 6.35 l l 2 8 l See page 10 for Gemini Park 1149 Europena Drive 23 .78 l l 2 2 Glory Park 4680 Nunn Street 24 1.1 l l l 4 4 the Parks and Granville Green Park 1091 Granville Lane 25 1.66± l l 4 15 l Heron Park 950 Garin Parkway 26 10.17 1 l l l 8 6 l Facilities map. Homecoming Park 2040 Homecoming Way 27 2 2 l l l l 3 4 Kaleidoscope Park 2581 Margaret Lane 28 .80 l 1 2 l King Park 1379 Bauer Way 29 4.85 2 l l l 5 3 l Dog Area Lake Park 401 Lakeview Drive 30 1.5 l l l 3 Loma Vista Park 1051 Meadowgate Way 31 5.3 3 l l l 7 6 Mallard Park 668 Ray Street 32 1.7± 3 11 l Marsh Creek Staging Area Central Boulevard 33 1.32 4 Marsh Creek Vista Park 48 Pasco Drive 34 .47 3 l 3 4 McClarren Park 700 McClarren Road 37 3.24 5 l l l l 4 2 Medallion Park 1108 Europena Drive 35 .83 l 2 Miwok Park and Trail 1700 Regal Drive 36 7.32 2 l l l 13 21 l Oak Meadow Park 180 Crawford Drive 38 12.69 l l l l l 12 l 4 l l Batting Cage Orchard Park 40 Griffith Lane 39 5.14 l l l 9 17 Palomino Park 2293 Black Stone Drive 40 .70± l l Peach Park 2320 Indian Springs Drive 41 .77 l l 2 3 Rainbows End Park 1626 Marina Way 42 .80 l l 2 3 l l Rolling Hills Park 773 Waterville Drive 43 2.05 l 2 8 Rose Garden Park 2732 Cathedral Circle 44 7.65 l 4 4 l Gazebo, Rose Garden Sage Glen Park 60 Rosano Street 56 2 5 l l l 5 4 Seedling Park 2180 Wayne Drive 58 1.25 1 l l 4 5 Picnic Table Rentals Spirit Park 4600 Ford Street 45 .51 l 3 Will be taken through October 28, Steeple Chase Park 1082 Steeple Boulevard 57 1 1 l l 7 3 2012 and can accommodate all sizes Stonehaven Park 1320 Stonehaven Drive 54 1 l l 1 of fun, from 1 to 100 members and Summerset Commons 1511 Fairview Avenue 59 13 l l 13 Vineyard everything in-between! Sites are Currently under construction Summerwood Park 1159 San Jose Avenue 46 3.86 3 l l l 8 2 available at Apple Hill, Balfour-Guthrie, Sunset Park Athletic Complex 655 Sunset Road 47 37.9 l 6 l 48 l 20 l l Athletic Fields, Bleachers, Blue Goose, City Park, Oak Meadow, Concession Buildings Veterans Parks, the Brentwood Family Topaz Park 2162 Hilda Way 48 .2 1 l l 2 4 Currently under construction Veterans Park 3841 Balfour Road 49 10.5 7 l l 16 l 25 l l l Horseshoes, Sand Aquatic Complex, Brentwood Skate Volleyball, Rose Garden Park and Sunset Park Athletic Complex. Military Memorial Walnut Park 4655 Carnegie Lane 50 5 l l l l 5 8 Please refer to the “Parks and Facilities” Wheatfield Park 2143 Gold Poppy Street 51 1.33 1 l l 5 5 matrix pages for park amenities and Windsor Way Park 1350 Windsor Court 52 .36 l l l 1 4 locations. Yokut Park 1840 La Fonte Drive 53 1.25 3 l l l 5 11 Sorry, phone reservations are not permitted; however, staff will be happy to check availability. Picnic table rentals are VERY popular, so book EARLY to avoid disappointment. 1 3 15 25 42 44 7 28 23 35 57 2 51 48 58 47 27 4 6 21 53 34 40 41 36 11 16 14 1 29 59 19 32 31 52 10 46 26 33 9 54 17 43 5 22 55 37 * 8 56 30 50 38 18 39 45 24 59 * Represents numbers 12 13 20 49 CLASS LOCATION LEGEND See center pages of guide for Parks & Facilities details. Bristow Middle School ........................ B Douglas Adams Middle School ........... C 855 Minnesota Avenue, Brentwood 401 American Avenue, Brentwood Brentwood City Hall Edna Hill School Gym........................... D 150 City Park Way, Brentwood 235 Lawrence Lane, Brentwood Brentwood Community Center Heritage High School ........................... I 35 Oak Street, Brentwood 101 American Avenue, Brentwood Brentwood Family Aquatic Complex Liberty High School.............................. J Parks & Facilities 195 Griffith Lane, Brentwood 850 Second Street, Brentwood Brentwood Senior Activity Center Sunset Park Athletic Complex 193 Griffith Lane, Brentwood 655 Sunset Road, off Highway 4, Brentwood 18 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 Basic Dog Obedience Offered for puppies ages 4-11 months, this course covers five basic on Animal Activities leash commands (sit, down, come, wait and let’s go), and prevention and correction for common behavioral problems such as, digging, barking, haring our lives with animals can be an enriching chewing, mouthing, jumping and housetraining. First class is held at the S experience. They provide companionship and help relieve tension and stress with a simple stroke. Their Brentwood Community Center. No dogs at the first class. Proof of DHPP and Rabies vaccinations are required. (Min: 6/Max: 12) FEE: $105.50 Res./$116.10 Non-Res. (6 weeks) care teaches responsibility and self-discipline which INSTRUCTOR: Ryan Tulchinsky, Alert K-9 Training boosts self-esteem. LOCATION: First Class – Brentwood Community Center (Art Room) Class 2-6 – Brentwood Community Center (Parking Structure) CLASS # DAY TIME DATE Horse and Pony Camp – see page 10! 12544 TH 7:15-8:15PM 8/9-9/13 Horsemanship Toddler Time (Ages 3-6) Toddler Time provides an experience that fosters both an appreciation for animals, as well as, an opportunity to learn. Students learn about animals through songs, obstacle courses, and visiting the people-friendly animals at the ranch. Participants take turns riding horses and ponies. Children Arts and Crafts Classes he arts are an important aspect of our basic quality who are not quite ready to ride on their own can participate in a session of hand-guided fun. A waiting room is available for parents. Students should wear sturdy shoes and pants. Safety helmets are provided for T of life. They enrich our experiences and educate us about the world we live in. Classes such as Cartooning protection. and Drawing can help develop hand-eye coordination FEE: $142.90 Res./$157.20 Non-Res. (4 weeks) and control, while developing a sense of creativity and INSTRUCTOR: Melissa Madsen, K.C. Riding Academy self-expression. LOCATION: K.C. Riding Academy (Arena), 1450 Eden Plains (entrance on Fisher) CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 12513 M 4:30-5:30PM 8/6-8/27 Art Camps – see pages 9 and 10! 12514 M 4:30-5:30PM 9/3-9/24 Discovering Art (Ages 5-7) Puppy Imprinting Basic Obedience Big fun for little hands! Kids create beautiful, colorful original artwork This course, for 10-18 week old puppies, is designed to teach owners how while exploring a wide variety of materials and themes. Projects include to properly socialize their puppy with others, as well as, imprinting basic drawing, painting, collage and more. Age-appropriate art skills and commands (sit, down, come, wait and let’s go) in a fun and motivational concepts are introduced in a playful, encouraging setting. A $10 materials way. Crate training and how to prevent common behavioral problems are fee is payable to the instructor on the first day. also covered. Puppy attends all classes. Proof of second DHPP vaccination FEE: $64.30 Res./$70.70 Non-Res. (6 weeks) is required. (Min: 6/Max: 12) INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Roberts FEE: $61.40 Res./$67.50 Non-Res. (3 weeks) LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Art Room) INSTRUCTOR: Ryan Tulchinsky, Alert K-9 Training CLASS # DAY TIME DATE LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Parking Structure) 12535 M 11AM-12PM 6/18-7/23 CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 12545 TH 6-7PM 8/9-8/23 Fantasy Art (Ages 6-12) Design your own dragons, mythical creatures, superheroes, aliens and fantastic landscapes! Using a variety of drawing, painting and collage media, you’ll learn about light and shadow, perspective, anatomy and composition to give your art a realistic, three-dimensional look. You’ll also explore color and special effects to add drama and excitement to your creations. A $10 materials fee is payable to the instructor on the first day. FEE: $64.30 Res./$70.70 Non-Res. (6 weeks) INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Roberts LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Art Room) CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 12536 M 3:30-4:30PM 6/18-7/23 www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 19 Fine Art Studio (Ages 8-14) Art for Boys (Ages 6-12) Master new skills and express your creativity in this fun multi-media class! Draw and paint robots, aliens, dinosaurs, cars, sports and more! Fun and Emphasis will be on fine art techniques and design concepts exploring a creative projects introduce art skills and concepts as kids explore a variety different theme each week. Media will include pencil, pen, charcoal, of materials and techniques. Students who’ve worked with Nancy before pastel, watercolor, tempera, acrylic paint on canvas and more. A $20 will receive new challenges to build on personal progress. A $10 materials materials fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. FEE: $83.80 Res./$92.20 Non-Res. (6 weeks) FEE: $64.30 Res./$70.70 Non-Res. (6 weeks) INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Roberts INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Roberts LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Art Room) LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Art Room) CLASS # DAY TIME DATE CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 12537 M 5-6:30PM 6/18-7/23 12539 M 3:30-4:30PM 8/13-9/24* *No class 9/3. Art Skills for Teachers and Parents (Adults) Fashion Portfolio (Ages 8-14) For classroom teachers, parents and adults who work with kids, this class For students who already have some fashion design experience, this class is designed to strengthen your own art skills, build your confidence, and takes your illustration skills to the next level. Projects will take your help you plan and lead successful art lessons with your students. Fun design ideas from rough sketches through to drawing construction flats, weekly projects will give you lots of hands-on experience along with pen-and-ink renderings with a posed model, and finally full-color insights into the skills and concepts involved. You’ll explore a wide variety presentation drawings. You’ll explore a variety of drawing and painting Classes of materials and techniques, expressing your own creative spirit and media and techniques to find your personal style. By the end of the class perhaps even drawing on the child within! With more than ten years’ you’ll have designed a collection and created several portfolio-quality experience as an art instructor, Nancy will share her lesson plans, art illustrations. A $20 materials fee is payable to the instructor on the first resources and tips on controlling the chaos. A $20 materials fee is payable day. to the instructor at the first class. FEE: $83.80 Res./$92.20 Non-Res. (6 weeks) FEE: $83.80 Res./$92.20 Non-Res. (6 weeks) INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Roberts INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Roberts LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Art Room) LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Art Room) CLASS # DAY TIME DATE CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 12540 M 5-6:30PM 8/13-9/24* 12538 W 7-8:30PM 6/20-8/1* *No class 9/3. *No class 7/4. First Steps in Drawing (Ages 5-7) Introduction to Jewelry Making (Ages 15+) Basic drawing skills and concepts are introduced in manageable, Always wanted to design your own jewelry but didn’t know where to encouraging steps. Fun projects are designed to build hand-eye start? In this course you will learn the basic techniques you need to get coordination, creativity and confidence in budding young artists. A $10 started. Learn how to consider color, size and shape when laying out your materials fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. design and which tools are appropriate for different jewelry making FEE: $64.30 Res./$70.70 Non-Res. (6 weeks) techniques. Students will learn fundamental skills that they can then INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Roberts build from and advance their jewelry making knowledge. Participants will LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Art Room) make beautiful beaded wire wrapped earrings, bracelet and necklace. No CLASS # DAY TIME DATE prior experience necessary. All materials will be provided. 12541 T 3:30-4:30PM 8/14-9/18 FEE: $90 Res./$99 Non-Res. (3 weeks) INSTRUCTOR: Amanda Emery, Shimmer Jewels Paint Plus (Ages 6-12) LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (MPR-B) Dive into the fun world of paint and design! Explore color mixing, CLASS # DAY TIME DATE composition, light and shadow, three-dimensional form, space, texture 12511 W 7-8:30PM 6/13-6/27 and brushwork. Projects will use watercolor, liquid watercolor, tempera, 12512 W 7-8:30PM 8/15-8/29 acrylic, pastel, collage and printmaking media on a variety of paper and canvas surfaces. Students who’ve worked with Nancy before will receive new challenges to build on personal progress. A $20 materials fee is payable to the instructor on the first day. FEE: $83.80 Res./$92.20 Non-Res. (6 weeks) INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Roberts LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Art Room) CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 12542 T 5-6:30PM 8/14-9/18 20 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 Fitness, Health and Self-Defense itness, Health, and Self-Defense classes help F develop new skills and maintain or improve ones fitness, wellbeing and decision making skills and raises awareness while boosting one’s confidence and self- Acrylic Painting for esteem. Regular participation assists in flexibility, Adults and Teens (Ages 16+) improving strength, circulation and balance. Acrylic is a wonderfully versatile medium that can be used like oil paint, watercolor or both. For those new to acrylic, this class will introduce you to the basics of handling the paint, mixing color, working with value, Pilates (Ages 13+) understanding light and shadow and designing a strong composition. Want to have more energy, strength, and look and feel better than you More experienced painters will have the chance to build their skills and have in years? Then Pilates is for you. This unique conditioning system Classes work on personal goals. Subjects, demonstrations and individual help will strengthens muscles you never knew existed as it lengthens and be tailored to the students’ interests. A list of suggested supplies is strengthens muscles you've given up hope on. It realigns your spine, available on the instructor’s website, www.NancyTeachesArt.com. flattens your stomach, and improves your posture – giving your body a FEE: $83.80 Res./$92.20 Non-Res. (6 weeks) toned, streamlined look. INSTRUCTOR: Nancy Roberts FEE: $73.20 Res./$80.50 Non-Res. (6 weeks) LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (Art Room) INSTRUCTOR: Skye Wetherbee CLASS # DAY TIME DATE LOCATION: Get Fit Pilates Studio, 1890 Connor Way 12543 W 7-8:30PM 8/15-9/19 CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 12590 M 6-7PM 6/11-7/16 12591 T 6-7PM 6/12-7/17 CPR and First Aid Combination (Ages 13+) Community CPR, AED, and First Aid. This course emphasizes prevention and preparation for medical emergencies for the adult, child, and infant, basic first aid skills and how to operate a defibrillator (AED). This course is perfect for educators, parents, coaches, childcare providers, foster care, or anyone wanting to learn the skills of CPR. Course certification approved by E.M.S.A. and OSHA. Please indicate at time of registration if you are or intend to become a Childcare Provider. (Min: 6/Max: 12) FEE: $79.20 Res./$87.10 Non-Res. (1 class) INSTRUCTOR: CPR Fast Staff LOCATION: CPR Fast Training Center, 144 Continente Ave., Suite 130 CLASS # DAY TIME DATES 12592 SA 9AM-2:30PM 6/23 12593 SA 9AM-2:30PM 8/18 Paid advertisement. To place an ad call (925) 516-5444. www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 21 American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers (Ages 16+) This is the American Heart Association course for Healthcare Providers. This course is designed for those working in a healthcare setting or student entering into these professions. In this course students will learn 1 and 2 rescuer CPR, how to operate an AED, and relief of airway obstructions. (Min. 4/Max. 12) FEE: $81.90 Res./$90.10 Non-Res. (1 class) INSTRUCTOR: CPR Fast Staff LOCATION: CPR Fast Training Center, 144 Continente Ave., Suite 130 CLASS # DAY TIME DATES 12594 SA 9AM-3PM 7/14 12595 SA 9AM-3PM 9/15 Beginner Traditional Karate (Ages 3-13+) Students will learn the basics of karate practice which include proper punches, kicks, blocks, Classes stances and basic forms. Self-defense will be taught which includes getting out of grabs and holds. Class encourages self-defense, self-discipline, respect, honor and physical fitness taught in a fun and non-aggressive environment. A uniform will need to be purchased at the first class for $30. FEE: $96 Res./$105.60 Non-Res. (8 classes) $67.20 Res./$73.90 Non-Res. (prorated 7 classes) INSTRUCTOR: Bamboo Village Staff LOCATION: Bamboo Village Studio, 8368 Brentwood Blvd. CLASS AGE CLASS # DAYS DATE TIME Little Dragons 3-4 12551 M/W 6/4-6/27 4:50-5:20PM 8 classes Little Dragons 3-4 12552 M/W 7/9-7/30 4:50-5:20PM 7 classes Little Dragons 3-4 12553 M/W 8/6-8/29 4:50-5:20PM 8 classes Little Dragons 3-4 12554 M/W 9/5-9/26 4:50-5:20PM 7 classes Little Dragons 3-4 12555 T/TH 6/5-6/28 5:40-6:10PM 8 classes Little Dragons 3-4 12556 T/TH 7/10-7/31 5:40-6:10PM 7 classes Little Dragons 3-4 12557 T/TH 8/7-8/30 5:40-6:10PM 8 classes Little Dragons 3-4 12558 T/TH 9/4-9/27 5:40-6:10PM 8 classes Tiny Tigers 5-7 12559 M/W 6/4-6/27 5:30-6:10PM 8 classes Tiny Tigers 5-7 12560 M/W 7/9-7/30 5:30-6:10PM 7 classes Tiny Tigers 5-7 12561 M/W 8/6-8/29 5:30-6:10PM 8 classes Tiny Tigers 5-7 12562 M/W 9/5-9/26 5:30-6:10PM 7 classes Tiny Tigers 5-7 12563 T/TH 6/5-6/28 4-4:40PM 8 classes Tiny Tigers 5-7 12564 T/TH 7/10-7/31 4-4:40PM 7 classes Tiny Tigers 5-7 12565 T/TH 8/7-8/30 4-4:40PM 8 classes Tiny Tigers 5-7 12566 T/TH 9/4-9/27 4-4:40PM 8 classes Youth 8-12 12567 M/W 6/4-6/27 4-4:45PM 8 classes Youth 8-12 12568 M/W 7/9-7/30 4-4:45PM 7 classes Youth 8-12 12569 M/W 8/6-8/29 4-4:45PM 8 classes Youth 8-12 12570 M/W 9/5-9/26 4-4:45PM 7 classes Youth 8-12 12571 T/TH 6/5-6/28 6:20-7:05PM 8 classes Youth 8-12 12572 T/TH 7/10-7/31 6:20-7:05PM 7 classes Youth 8-12 12573 T/TH 8/7-8/30 6:20-7:05PM 8 classes Youth 8-12 12574 T/TH 9/4-9/27 6:20-7:05PM 8 classes Teen/Adult 13+ 12575 M/W 6/4-6/27 7:15-8:15PM 8 classes Teen/Adult 13+ 12576 M/W 7/9-7/30 7:15-8:15PM 7 classes Teen/Adult 13+ 12577 M/W 8/6-8/29 7:15-8:15PM 8 classes Teen/Adult 13+ 12578 M/W 9/5-9/26 7:15-8:15PM 7 classes 22 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 School-Age Gymnastics (Ages Kindergarten-12) Students will have the opportunity to Gymnastics Activities learn how to spring off the vault, bounce on the trampoline, and tumble across the ymnastics Activities provide a fun social venue floor. Students will also swing on the G where participants will learn new skills, techniques, and moves which may assist in the bars, jump in the fun foam pit, and play fitness games. Our curriculum not only emphasizes correct technique in a development of hand-eye coordination, large motor progressive manner, but also skills, rhythm, coordination and memory. Participation in encourages each student to achieve these types of classes improves strength and balance, success in a positive learning increases flexibility, and develops a sense of creativity. atmosphere. (Min: 3/Max: 8) FEE: $72 Res./$79.20 Non-Res. (6 weeks) $60 Res./$66 Non-Res. (5 weeks) Parent and Me Gymnastics (Ages Walking-3) INSTRUCTOR: Black Diamond Kids Center Here is an opportunity for parents and their little ones to spend Staff uninterrupted time together in creative movement. The class offers age- LOCATION: Black Diamond Kids Center, 2015 Elkins Way, Suite D appropriate developmental movement education which is important for CLASS # DAY TIME DATES children. Our philosophy is to teach children to have fun while learning to 12529 T 5-5:45PM 6/12-7/24* Classes move and exercise. Children will learn to develop motor skills, 12530 SA 10:10-10:50AM 6/16-7/28* coordination, balance, and all around physical fitness in a positive 12531 T 5-5:45PM 7/31-9/4 learning atmosphere. (Min: 3/Max: 10) 12532 SA 10:10-10:50AM 8/4-9/8** FEE: $65 Res./$71.50 Non-Res. (6 weeks) 12533 T 5-5:45PM 9/11-10/16 $54.20 Res./$59.60 Non-Res. (5 weeks) 12534 SA 10:10-10:50AM 9/15-10/20 INSTRUCTOR: Black Diamond Kids Center Staff *No class 7/3, 7/7. **5 week class (no class 9/1). LOCATION: Black Diamond Kids Center, 2015 Elkins Way, Suite D CLASS # DAY TIME DATES Gymnastics Camp – see page 9! 12517 T 11-11:30AM 6/12-7/24* 12518 SA 9-9:30AM 6/16-7/28* 12519 T 11-11:30AM 7/31-9/4 So Big Co-Op Preschool 12520 SA 9-9:30AM 8/4-9/8** At So Big Open 12521 T 11-11:30AM 9/11-10/16 Preschool we nt 12522 SA 9-9:30AM 9/15-10/20 believe childhood *No class 7/3, 7/7. **5 week class (no class 9/1). Enrollme is a journey, not a race. We are Pre-School Gymnastics (Ages 3-5) the only parent This class is designed to help children develop a love for fitness and participation in East movement at an early age. Children will develop a basic understanding of Contra Costa County. Come in gymnastics as well as experience the building of coordination and for a visit and find out what makes our balance, increasing of flexibility and kinesthetic awareness, and school so special! strengthen their muscles. In addition to experiencing physical fitness, students will also improve their cognitive and social skills. They will learn 57 Years to interact with a group of peers and develop skills necessary for school. of Helping Children Bloom . . . (Min: 3/Max: 6) T/Th: 9:00am-12:00pm FEE: $65 Res./$71.50 Non-Res. (6 weeks) $132/month $54.20 Res./$59.60 Non-Res. (5 weeks) INSTRUCTOR: Black Diamond Kids Center Staff M/W/F: 9:00am-12:00pm LOCATION: Black Diamond Kids Center, 2015 Elkins Way, Suite D $157/month CLASS # DAY TIME DATES (925) 757-6474 12523 T 11-11:30AM 6/12-7/24* www.sobigpreschool.org • firstname.lastname@example.org 12524 SA 9:35-10:05AM 6/16-7/28* Director: Mary Halbasch 12525 T 11-11:30AM 7/31-9/4 License #070200750 12526 SA 9:35-10:05AM 8/4-9/8** Bring in this ad and receive $10 OFF your registration fee. 12527 T 11-11:30AM 9/11-10/16 New students only. 12528 SA 9:35-10:05AM 9/15-10/20 Paid advertisement. To place an ad call (925) 516-5444. *No class 7/3, 7/7. **5 week class (no class 9/1). www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 23 FACILITY RENTAL e invite you to take advantage of our beautiful facilities when W you are looking for a place to have a reception, special event, or business or organization meeting. All sites feature convenient locations and full support from our friendly, helpful staff who are dedicated to doing everything possible to make your event a success. Brentwood Senior Brentwood Activity Center located at 193 Community Center located Griffith Lane, serves as a multi-use at 35 Oak Street. The 32,000 square facility with auditorium, small stage, foot building offers maximum flexibility dance floor, kitchen, meeting room, and for a variety of room sizes and layout classroom areas. There is a maximum functions. A full commercial kitchen and auditorium seating of 300 and a serving adjacent parking garage with 280 stalls seating of 200. The Center features a compliment the center making it the Main Hall/Multi-Purpose Room with a perfect downtown location. stage, dance floor, kitchen and large Conference Rooms lobby area. A meeting/activity room is n 1,670 square foot at entirety n Full capacity auditorium style seating also available to accommodate smaller functions of up to 88 people. The up to 238 kitchen includes a gas range/oven, May be divided into two separate refrigerator, freezer and ice maker. A rooms variety of additional amenities are also Art Classroom available to enhance your event. n 1,138 square foot with natural lighting n Linoleum flooring Commercial Kitchen n Commercial refrigerator and freezer n Two convection ovens (stacked) n One oven with six burner range Community Room & Lobby n One oven with griddle n 5,009 square foot at entirety n Dishwasher Reservation n Full capacity auditorium style seating n Ice maker with transport system up to 500, banquet seating up to Information 300 Facility Rental Applications are May be divided into two separate available at the Parks and rooms Recreation office and online at Opens directly to City Park for www.brentwoodca.gov. Resident indoor/outdoor events Priority –Residents may reserve n Lobby serves as a pre-function area dates up to 18 months in advance of the released dates and Non- Multi-purpose Rooms Residents may reserve up to 12 n 2,459 square foot at entirety. Parks & Facilities n Full capacity auditorium style seating months in advance of the released dates. Sorry, phone reservations up to 351, banquet seating up to are not permitted; however, staff 163 will be happy to check availability. May be divided into two separate rooms 24 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 Play Connects Us to Others haring joy, laughter, and fun with others promotes bonding and strengthens a S sense of community. We develop empathy, compassion, trust, and the capacity for intimacy through regular play. A great way to incorporate regular play is through Playport to Fun! Experience “play” in one of the many beautiful parks Brentwood has to offer. Visit our website at www.brentwoodca.gov ; choose Parks and Recreation Department, Playport to Fun! to download free information, activities and picnic recipes featuring Black Gold, City Park, Creekside, Garin, Mallard, Oak Meadow and Rainbows End Parks and the trail system that specifically ends at King Park. This year we are also featuring “Play Skills” pages that teach good old fashioned playground games such as jacks, hopscotch, jump rope, and four-square. Mark your calendar for Brentwood’s Annual Play Day event on Friday, August 17 at the newly refurbished City Park. Please watch for additional Play Day information. Play Teaches Us Perseverance The rewards of learning or City of Brentwood Youth Commission mastering a “To create a safe, youth oriented environment that promotes new game teach us that motivation, interaction and unity within the community.” perseverance is The City of Brentwood Youth Commission is an worthwhile. advisory body to the City Council, dedicated to Perseverance is a trait promoting the youth voice in local government. necessary to healthy Founded in 1999, the Youth Commission is adulthood, and it is learned largely made up of ten students of diverse through play. Perseverance and violence backgrounds who care about the are rarely found together. Brentwood community and have a drive to make our community the best possible place for youth. They advise the Parks and Recreation Department and the City on planning and implementing social and community oriented activities. The Youth Commission has organized youth-oriented events such as dances, youth forums and also participates in city events. Youth Commission meetings are open to the public and held at 7PM on the first Wednesday of the month at the City Council Chamber. www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 25 Dance and Creative Movement (Ages 2-5) Children will learn basic dance skills such as skipping, marching, galloping Performing Arts and much more. Classes include singing, dancing and the opportunity for organized play. We focus on motor skill development using hula hoops, hroughout history people have used Dance, Music scarves, beanbags, tunnels, parachutes and much more! T and Theatre for self-expression, to tell stories, celebrate traditional events and maintain community FEE: $57.70 Res./$63.50 Non-Res. (6 weeks) INSTRUCTOR: Expressions Dance Academy Staff LOCATION: Expressions Dance Academy, 640 Harvest Park Dr., #E bonds. Performing arts classes help develop creativity, CLASS # DAY TIME DATE large and small motor skills, rhythm and coordination. 12609 W 10-10:45AM 6/13-7/25 They provide participants with an opportunity to learn 12610 W 10-10:45AM 8/15/-9/19 self-discipline, increase memory, and may improve concentration. Dance is a great way to exercise. Hip Hop Dance (Ages 5-13) Increase your physical fitness, strength, flexibility, and motor skills while making new friends and learning the basics of hip-hop. Hip-hop is a structured form of dance that is often found in music videos and on Twinkle Toes Dance Classes (Ages 3-8) television. Each student receives individual attention and progresses at Ballet – Join us for a joy filled introduction to the world of classical their own pace in a warm and fun-filled environment. The program ballet. Boys and girls will learn the basics of ballet. Good posture, grace includes an end of session showcase, for friends and family, that and musicality are fostered. Young dancers will delight in attaining Classes highlights the student’s new dance skills. achievable goals, building strength and confidence that lasts a life time. FEE: $57.70 Res./$63.50 Non-Res. (6 weeks) Tap – An introduction to the basic steps of tap dance using age appropriate INSTRUCTOR: Expressions Dance Academy Staff music and songs. Participants will learn body control, concentration, LOCATION: Expressions Dance Academy, 640 Harvest Park Dr., #E coordination, creativity and self-confidence, while having fun. Teacher has new and gently worn dancewear ballet slippers and tap shoes. CLASS # DAY TIME DATES FEE: $53.50 Res./$58.85 Non-Res. (6 weeks) Ages 5-8 INSTRUCTOR: Mary Lyons 12611 W 6:15-7PM 6/13-7/25 LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (MPR-B) 12612 W 6:15-7PM 8/15/9/19 CLASS # DAY TIME DATE Ages 9-13 Ballet (Ages 3-4) 12613 W 7-7:45PM 6/13-7/25 12596 T 11:30AM-12PM 6/5-7/10 12614 W 7-7:45PM 8/15-9/19 12597 T 3:30-4PM 6/5-7/10 Zumba Fitness Tap (Ages 3-5) Are you ready to party yourself into shape? That’s exactly what the 12601 T 12-12:30PM 6/5-7/10 Zumba® program is all about. It’s an exhilarating, effective, easy-to- 12602 T 4-4:30PM 6/5-7/10 follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness-party™ that’s moving Ballet (Ages 4-5) millions of people toward joy and health. 12598 T 12:30-1PM 6/5-7/10 FEE: $57.30 Res./$63 Non-Res. (6 weeks) 12599 T 4:30-5PM 6/5-7/10 INSTRUCTOR: Teresa Humphreys Ballet (Ages 4-8) LOCATION: Brentwood Community Center (MPR-B) 12600 T 5-5:30PM 6/5-7/10 CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 12621 T 9-10AM 6/12-7/24* Tap (Ages 4-8) 12618 TH 7-8PM 6/14-7/26* 12603 T 5:30-6PM 6/5-7/10 12619 TH 7-8PM 8/2-9/13* Dancing Babies (Ages 11-30 months) 12622 T 9-10AM 8/7-9/18* Dance, music, movement and fun! You and your baby will sing and dance 12620 TH 7-8PM 9/27-11/1 to lively nursery songs. Enjoy organized play and dancing with hula *No class 6/26, 6/28, 8/28, 8/30. hoops, scarves, beanbags, tunnels, parachutes and much more! Children must be walking to participate. Special note: Only registered children are Dance Camp – see page 10! allowed in class. Please make arrangements for siblings. FEE: $57.70 Res./$63.50 Non-Res. (6 weeks) INSTRUCTOR: Expressions Dance Academy Staff LOCATION: Expressions Dance Academy, 640 Harvest Park Dr., #E CLASS # DAY TIME DATE 12607 W 9-9:45AM 6/13-7/25 12608 W 9-9:45AM 8/15-9/19 26 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 Biddy Sports Flag Tag (Ages 4-6) Boys and girls will participate at their own level and ability. While using Sports footballs and flags to play the non-contact game, children will learn the basic fundamentals of “flag tag” and develop social skills. During the one- ndividual and team sports are a great way to hour class, children will participate in a fun group warm-up, practice with I compete, stay mentally active, practice sportsmanship and develop lifelong friendships with fellow sports their team, and play a game! Parents can get involved too by volunteering to coach their child’s team. Learn. Play. Fun. Registration is ongoing through 9/12. Fee includes T-shirt and award. (Min: 30) enthusiasts. Sports are a way to test your prowess and FEE: $81.90 Res./$90.10 Non-Res. (8 weeks) agility, measure your mental toughness and discipline, LOCATION: Apple Hill Park and challenge your fitness and endurance. They are CLASS # DAY TIME DATE also a great way to enjoy the outdoors. 12459 SA 9AM-12PM 9/22-11/10 Youth Sports Biddy Sports Summer Basketball (Ages 4-6) A non-competitive introduction to team sports, allowing your child to participate at their own level and ability. We supply the equipment and children learn the basic fundamentals of basketball while developing social skills in a fun, safe, and family-oriented environment. During the one-hour class, children will participate in a fun group warm-up, practice with their team, and play a game! Parents can get involved too by volunteering to coach their child’s team. Learn. Play. Fun. Registration is ongoing through 6/27. Fee includes T-shirt and award. (Min: 30) FEE: $81.90 Res./$90.10 Non-Res. (8 weeks) LOCATION: Edna Hill Middle School Gym, 235 Lawrence Lane Youth Flag Football Sports (Boys and Girls Ages 6-13) CLASS # DAY TIME DATE Flag Football provides the opportunity for boys and girls to experience the 12457 SA 11AM-1PM 7/7-8/25 fun of football and learn the sport. Flag Football offers non-contact, continuous action. This program focuses on passing and no blocking. Biddy Sports Indoor Soccer (Ages 3-5) Mouth guards are mandatory for participation. Games are played on Biddy Indoor Soccer is the perfect introduction to organized team sports Saturdays and practices are held throughout the week. Parents will be for your 3-5 year old. Your child will participate at their own level and notified of their schedules, including practice dates and times after the ability in a non-competitive format. Children learn the basic coaches meeting which will be held on 7/25. Registration is ongoing until fundamentals of soccer and develop social skills in a fun, safe, and family- 6/29. Evaluations will be held on 6/30, practice begins the week of 7/30 oriented environment. During the one-hour class, children will participate and game play starts on 8/11. Score is kept and playoffs only in Division in a fun group warm-up, practice with their team, and play a game! III. Parks and Recreation reserves the right to change division ages based Parents can get involved too by volunteering to coach their child’s team. upon registration numbers. Late registration will not be accepted. We Learn. Play. Fun. Registration is ongoing through 6/27. Fee includes T- always need volunteer coaches! Please let a Parks and Recreation shirt and award. (Min: 30) representative know if you are able to coach or assistant coach a team. FEE: $81.90 Res./$90.10 Non-Res. (8 weeks) No games played 9/1. LOCATION: Edna Hill Middle School Gym, 235 Lawrence Lane FEE: $111 Res./$122.10 Non-Res. (8 weeks) CLASS # DAY TIME DATE LOCATION: Sunset Park Athletic Complex 12458 SA 8AM-11AM 7/7-8/25 Division I Boys and Girls (Ages 6-7) CLASS # 11802 Division II Boys and Girls (Ages 8-10) CLASS # 11803 Division III Boys only (Ages 11-13) CLASS # 11804 Sign Up Early! Our programs fill up quickly, so don’t wait until the last minute to sign up for a class, program or sport. Go online now to sign up! www.brentwoodca.gov www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 27 Kidz Love Soccer FEE: $90.10 Res./$99.10 Non-Res. (8 weeks) On questionable weather days, please call the Kidz Love Soccer Rain-Out Hotline at 1-888-372-5803 to check on class status. Classes cancelled due to inclement weather will be made-up at the end of the class session. Participants may purchase a KLS soccer jersey for $10 at class. Mommy/Daddy and Me Soccer Pre Soccer (Ages 4-5) (Ages 2-3.5) Pre Soccer teaches the basic Introduce yourself and your toddler to the techniques of the game and builds “World’s Most Popular Game”! While self-esteem through participation participating in our fun age-appropriate and fun soccer activities. Children activities, your child will be developing their learn to follow instructions in a large motor and socialization skills. A variety of nurturing, age-appropriate activities designed around the game of soccer environment. Shin guards are will be played each week. (Min: 6) required after the first meeting. (Min: 6) Soccer Skillz & Scrimmages Tot Soccer (Ages 3.5-4) Soccer 1 (Ages 5-6) (Ages 7-10) Little tykes will enjoy running and kicking just Players will learn dribbling, passing, receiving, Enjoy advanced skill building: dribbling, passing like the big kids! Encourages large motor skill shooting, and age-specific defense. Fun skill and shooting in a team play format. Each class development through fun soccer games and games are played at every session and every will focus on scrimmages that emphasize introduces small children to the group setting. participant will have a ball at his or her feet. application of finer technical points. All levels of Shin guards are required after the first meeting. Small-sided soccer matches will be introduced play are encouraged to come out and enjoy the (Min: 6) gradually. Shin guards are required after the first soccer fun! Shin guards are required. (Min: 6) meeting. (Min: 6) Sports CLASS AGES CLASS # DAY DATE TIME LOCATION Mommy/Daddy & Me 2-3.5 12460 T 6/26-8/14 6:55-7:25PM Apple Hill Park Tot Soccer 3.5-4 12461 T 6/26-8/14 5-5:30PM Apple Hill Park Pre Soccer 4-5 12462 T 6/26-8/14 5:30-6:05PM Apple Hill Park Soccer 1 5-6 12463 T 6/26-8/14 6:05-6:50PM Apple Hill Park Skillz & Scrimmages 7-10 12464 T 6/26-8/14 4:15-5PM Apple Hill Park Mommy/Daddy & Me 2-3.5 12465 SA 6/30-8/18 3:40-4:10PM Apple Hill Park Tot Soccer 3.5-4 12466 SA 6/30-8/18 4:15-4:45PM Apple Hill Park Pre Soccer 4-5 12467 SA 6/30-8/18 4:45-5:20PM Apple Hill Park Soccer 1 5-6 12468 SA 6/30-8/18 5:20-6:05PM Apple Hill Park Skillz & Scrimmages 7-10 12469 SA 6/30-8/18 6:05-6:50PM Apple Hill Park Mommy/Daddy & Me 2-3.5 12470 T 9/11-10/30 6:40-7:10PM Apple Hill Park Tot Soccer 3.5-4 12471 T 9/11-10/30 4:45-5:15PM Apple Hill Park Pre Soccer 4-5 12472 T 9/11-10/30 5:15-5:50PM Apple Hill Park Soccer 1 5-6 12473 T 9/11-10/30 3:15-4PM Apple Hill Park Soccer 1 5-6 12474 T 9/11-10/30 5:50-6:35PM Apple Hill Park Skillz & Scrimmages 7-10 12475 T 9/11-10/30 4-4:45PM Apple Hill Park Mommy/Daddy & Me 2-3.5 12476 SA 9/15-11/3 5:10-5:40PM Apple Hill Park Tot Soccer 3.5-4 12477 SA 9/15-11/3 2:30-3PM Apple Hill Park Pre Soccer 4-5 12478 SA 9/15-11/3 3-3:35PM Apple Hill Park Soccer 1 5-6 12479 SA 9/15-11/3 3:35-4:20PM Apple Hill Park Skillz & Scrimmages 7-10 12480 SA 9/15-11/3 4:20-5:05PM Apple Hill Park 28 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 Adult Sports Leagues Summer and Fall Sports are right around the corner! Slow Pitch Softball All leagues are open to ages 18 and older. Three divisions are available: Recreational CO-ED for the casual and less experienced players and Men’s C and D divisions for the avid and experienced softball player. All divisions are governed by USSSA with House Rules. See chart below for registration and game details. Adult Softball: Must be age 18+ to play. Summer and Fall Sports League Registration Schedule Team Registration Registration League Game # of Summer Softball Class # Fee* Begins Ends Play Begins** Days Games Recreational Co-ed 11768 $635 5/10 6/1 6/12 T 8 Men’s C Thursday 11769 $635 5/10 6/1 6/14 TH 8 Men’s C Friday 11771 $635 5/10 6/1 6/15 F 8 Men’s D Thursday 11770 $635 5/10 6/1 6/14 TH 8 Men’s D Friday 11772 $635 5/10 6/1 6/15 F 8 Fall Softball Recreational Co-ed 11785 $665 6/1 8/10 8/28 T 7 Men’s C Thursday 11786 $665 6/1 8/10 8/30 TH 7 Men’s C Friday 11789 $665 6/1 8/10 8/31 F 7 Men’s D Thursday 11787 $665 6/1 8/10 8/30 TH 7 Men’s D Friday 11790 $665 6/1 8/10 8/31 F 7 *NON-RESIDENT FEE: additional $11.60 per person. Subject to change after 7/1/2012 based on the CPI. **There will be games on 7/3, 7/5, and 7/6. NO games played on 7/10, 7/12, 7/13 for Pony World Series. Sports Brentwood Skate/BMX Park Rainout Field 195 Griffith Lane, Brentwood and Skate/ Park Days and Hours of Operation Skate Days: Odd days of the year BMX Park BMX Days: Even days of the year Conditions June 8-July 30, 2012 Cloudy skies and Monday-Friday: 10AM–1PM and 5–8PM Saturday and Sunday: 2–8PM you don’t know if July 31-August 31, 2012 games are on? Monday-Friday: 3–8PM No problem! Saturday and Sunday: 2–8PM Call the Rainout Hotline September 1-September 31, 2012 at (925) 516-5315 or view our website at Monday-Friday: 3–7PM www.brentwoodca.gov, Saturday, Sunday & School Holidays: 10AM–7PM choose Parks and HOURS OF OPERATION ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO Recreation Department, WEATHER CONDITIONS, CITY OFFERED CLASSES/CLINICS OR SPECIAL EVENTS. Rainouts for Sports to Rules are posted at the Skate Park/BMX Park. All users shall wear helmets, knee and elbow pads. view the site. Updates Any use of this facility is at your own risk. Attendant on duty. The City of Brentwood does not available by 3PM on assume any responsibility for injuries or theft. This facility is under 24-hour recorded video questionable weather surveillance. In case of emergency dial 911. For non-emergency assistance, call the Parks and days. Recreation Department Office at (925) 516-5444. www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 29 Tennis Tennis Clinics – see page 9! Beginning Tennis This class is designed for first time players. Instruction will cover warm-up and hand/eye coordination drills and games. Forehand, backhand, and serves will be introduced along with teamwork skills. FEE: (Ages 4-7) $41.80 Res./$46.80 Non-Res. (3 weeks) (Ages 8-12) $59.60 Res./$65.60 Non-Res. (3 weeks) (Ages 13-Adult) $59.60 Res./$65.60 Non-Res. (3 weeks) INSTRUCTOR: Sandi Johnston, Tennis Pro, Future Stars 2000’s CLASS # DAY TIME DATE LOCATION Tot Tennis – Beginners (Ages 4-7) 12481 M/W 4:30-5PM 6/4-6/20 Creekside Park 12482 M/W 4:30-5PM 6/25-7/16* Heritage HS 12483 M/W 4:30-5PM 7/23-8/8 Creekside Park 12484 M/W 4:30-5PM 8/13-8/29 Creekside Park 12485 M/W 4:30-5PM 9/10-9/26 Creekside Park Junior Tennis – Beginners (Ages 8-12) 12486 M/W 5-6PM 6/4-6/20 Creekside Park 12487 M/W 5-6PM 6/25-7/16* Heritage HS 12488 M/W 5-6PM 7/23-8/8 Creekside Park 12489 M/W 5-6PM 8/13-8/29 Creekside Park 12490 M/W 5-6PM 9/10-9/26 Creekside Park Advanced Beginner/Intermediate Tennis Classes are designed for students who have some tennis experience. Teen/Adult Tennis – Beginners (Ages 13+) Sports Students should be comfortable with forehand, backhand, and volleys. 12491 M/W 6-7PM 6/4-6/20 Creekside Park Warm-up and hand/eye coordination drills will be continued along with 12492 M/W 6-7PM 6/25-7/16* Heritage HS further stroke instruction, which includes serves. 12493 M/W 6-7PM 7/23-8/8 Creekside Park FEE: (Ages 4-7) $41.80 Res./$46.80 Non-Res. (3 weeks) 12494 M/W 6-7PM 8/13-8/29 Creekside Park (Ages 8-12) $59.60 Res./$65.60 Non-Res. (3 weeks) 12495 M/W 6-7PM 9/10-9/26 Creekside Park (Ages 13-Adult) $59.60 Res./$65.60 Non-Res. (3 weeks) *No class on 7/4. INSTRUCTOR: Sandi Johnston, Tennis Pro, Future Stars 2000’s CLASS # DAY TIME DATE LOCATION Tot Tennis – Advanced Beginners (Ages 4-7) Calling All Instructors!!! 12496 T/TH 4:30-5PM 6/5-6/21 Creekside Park 12497 T/TH 4:30-5PM 6/26-7/12 Heritage High School Interested in teaching a class? If you have a skill that you would 12498 T/TH 4:30-5PM 7/24-8/9 Creekside Park like to share or have experience teaching in one of these areas, 12499 T/TH 4:30-5PM 8/14-8/30 Creekside Park 12500 T/TH 4:30-5PM 9/11-9/27 Creekside Park visit our Website at www.brentwoodca.gov, Parks and Junior Tennis – Intermediate (Ages 8-12) Recreation 12501 T/TH 5-6PM 6/5-6/21 Creekside Park Department for 12502 T/TH 5-6PM 6/26-7/12 Heritage High School more information or 12503 T/TH 5-6PM 7/24-8/9 Creekside Park call the Parks and 12504 T/TH 5-6PM 8/14-8/30 Creekside Park 12505 T/TH 5-6PM 9/11-9/27 Creekside Park Recreation Teen/Adult – Intermediate (Ages 13+) Department for a 12506 T/TH 6-7PM 6/5-6/21 Creekside Park course proposal 12507 T/TH 6-7PM 6/26-7/12 Heritage High School form at 12508 T/TH 6-7PM 7/24-8/9 Creekside Park 12509 T/TH 6-7PM 8/14-8/30 Creekside Park (925) 516-5444. 12510 T/TH 6-7PM 9/11-9/27 Creekside Park 30 City of Brentwood Parks and Recreation Phone 516-5444 • Fax 516-5445 ed2go Online Courses • Accounting Fundamentals • Medical Terminology Online Education • Designing Effective Websites • Creating Web Pages nline Education courses are activities that teach • SAT/ACT Preparation Part I and 2 • Intro to Microsoft Excel 2007 O us new skills at the convenience of our own time schedule and location. The Parks and Recreation Department and “ed2go” have teamed together to offer over 250 exciting Online Courses such as: Instructor-facilitated Online Courses are convenient, affordable, and effective, and can be taken anywhere that is convenient for you. Courses start as low as $95 and run for six weeks. A two-week grace period is available at the end of each session, if needed. All courses feature expert instructors, supplementary links, 24-hour access, Online Discussion Areas, and are project- oriented and include lessons, quizzes, and hands-on assignments. How to Get Started Classes Visit our Online Instruction Center today: www.ed2go.com/brentwood Contact the Parks and Recreation Department for further information at (925) 516-5444. Teen’s Online Driver’s Ed Course (Ages 15+) This course is an interactive, educational online course with the latest in animation, video, and web technology. It sets the foundation for behind- the-wheel driver’s training and is in accordance with the guidelines set by the CA Dept. of Motor Vehicles. Course material includes rules of the road, freeway driving, motorcycle and pedestrian safety, major causes of traffic collisions, drinking and driving and much more. This course is a requirement for teens to obtain a learner’s permit and driver’s license. Complete this course online, at your own pace and at your convenience. FEE: $55 INSTRUCTOR: Safety ED NEW THIS SUMMER! LOCATION: Internet CLASS # DAY DATE CLASS # DAY DATE Are you a high school student that needs 12623 M 6/4 12625 M 8/6 12624 M 7/2 12626 M 9/10 to make up or retake a course? Summer School Credit Recovery Enroll in a credit recovery course to get on track to earn your Thank You . . . high school diploma! • Flexible: Online courses are available anytime, anywhere for “Adding Joy” • Accredited: Southern Association of Colleges and Schools • Convenient: Work at your own pace on your schedule to your community. Nine Courses Available: Mathematics Science Language Arts One semester •Algebra I •Biology •English I •English II course is The Department of Parks and Recreation would like to •Geometry •Chemistry •English III •English IV equivalent to 0.5 Carnegie unit •Algebra II thank all of our dedicated Youth Sports Coaches for their generous support of our programs and Call us or visit our website to learn more: 1211-11 www.ed2go.com/brentwood services. Without you youth sports would not be possible! www.brentwoodca.gov “... adding joy to people’s lives” 31 PRST STD 150 City Park Way U.S. POSTAGE Brentwood, CA 94513 PA I D BRENTWOOD, CA RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER PERMIT NO. 708 ECRWSS Paid advertisement. To place an ad call (925) 516-5444.
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