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Fall/Winter 2011 Recreation Guide w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 2 Ta b l e o f C o n t e n t s CIT Y C O U N CIl CIT Y M A N AGER Randon Lane, Mayor Rick Dudley Alternative . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Doug McAllister, Mayor Pro Tem ASSISTANT CITY MANAGER Kelly Bennett Animal Interaction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-6 Rick Gibbs Jim Holston Healthy Living and Fitness . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Alan Long Home School Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 C OMM U NIT Y SERv ICE S C OMMIS SION Cathy Bearsa - Chair Music and Performing Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-11 Adriana Bradley - Vice Chair Arrin Banks - Commissioner Self Enrichment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-13 Thomas Courbat - Commissioner Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-17 Salvador Rangel - Commissioner Toddler Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 The Community Services Commission meet the first Thursday of each month at the Council Chamber in City Hall at 6:00 p .m . Visual Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18-19 C OMM U NIT Y SERv ICE S DEpA R T MEN T Parks Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 41810 Juniper Street Phone: (951) 304-7275 Adult Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Fax: (951) 696-0928 Teen Zone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 On-line regisTraTiOn fee 1 Facility Reservations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 $ Senior Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-23 Senior Activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23-25 Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Public Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-31 Now Park Amenities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32-33 Only Park Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34-35 per transaction . Registration for Fall/Winter recreation classes begins September 7, 2011 . Sign up early because space is Three ways to sign up for activities.... limited and classes fill quickly . Online: For more information, call (951) 304-7275 www .murrieta .org Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover accepted . To report graffiti, please call (951) 461-6124 Mail: Send your completed registration form and fee to the City of Murrieta, 41810 Juniper Street, Murrieta, CA 92562 . Make checks or money orders Photo Policy payable to the City of Murrieta . Do not send cash . Registration form available online . CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE Please be advised that all participants involved in any department programs or special events are subject to Drop-off: being photographed . Such photographs may be used by Come by the Murrieta Community Center at 41810 Juniper Street during city business hours, Monday-Friday 8:00AM-5:00PM . the City of Murrieta without obligation to provide compensation to those photographed . No phone-in registration permitted. Class dates, time, location, and Below is an example of a common class listing: fees subject to change. Course # Day(s) Start Day Time# Classes Fee 1234 Mon 10/01/09 5:00 - 6:00 pm 4 $20 For more detailed information on Please note that all non-residents of Murrieta must add a $6 non-resident fee when mailing in your registration . When registering on-line or in our classes, visit us online! person this will be done automatically . w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) a Message from the Manager 3 F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Welcome readers to the City of Murrieta’s fall/winter Recreation Guide for 2011/12 . In this issue, you will find a wonderful array of recreation activities and events available for all ages, all skill levels, and all interests . Some notable exciting additions include updated playground equipment at California Oaks Sports Park and Firefighters Park; two new community parks – one in the Grizzly Ridge tract and the other in the Northfork tract; and countless new recreation activities as well as old and past favorites . In addition, the City of Murrieta is moving forward on a number of exciting projects that will garner much community interest including the first community dog park, which is currently under construction at Torrey Pines; the completion of the Master Plan Design document for phase 2 of Los Alamos Hills Sports Park; and the unveiling of the Korean War memorial wall at Town Square Park, which will take place at the completion of the city’s annual Veteran’s Day Parade on Veteran’s Day . With the down turn in the economy, the city is looking at cost saving measures as well . Projects like the department’s first synthetic turf sports field at Los Alamos Hills Sports Park and the conversion of Town Square Park to recycled water are well under way . As the weather becomes cooler, thoughts naturally turn to the holidays . And there is no better way to kick off the season than with the city’s annual Holiday Magic Push Cart Parade on December 3 . Soon after that, Santa will be taking time from his busy schedule to make his rounds throughout the neighborhoods, stopping at all the white stars painted on the streets . Check out Santa’s schedule toward the middle of this guide to find out when he will be stopping in your area . So, whether you are registering for a recreation class, taking part in one of the many upcoming special events, picnicking in the park, or walking along a trail, there is something fun for everyone included in this guide . Enjoy and remember, “Parks make life better .” Sincerely, Jim Holston Assistant City Manager P .S . After 18 years of dedicated and enthusiastic service to the Community Services District, we would like to wish Debbie Tharp, our former Community Services Manager, good times and many happy years of retirement . field of Honor returns Don’t miss the Third Annual Field of Honor to fly November 6 - 12 at Town Square Park featuring a spectacular display of 2,011 American flags flying in perfect rows and columns . These flags honor veterans, including active duty military personnel, police, firefighters and other first responders who protect our freedom and security . You also can honor your loved ones or other heroes by sponsoring a flag that will be yours to keep after the event . Attached to the flag will be a yellow ribbon with the name of your hero . Flag sponsorship forms and additional information can be found at www .murrietafieldofhonor .com . During the week the flags are flying, there will be several events, including opening ceremonies and a concert honoring emergency first responders on November 6 . On November 10, there will be a celebration of the Marine Corps’ 236th birthday and on Veteran’s Day, November 11, be sure to come out for the annual parade that will end among the flags at Town Square Park . For latest plans about programs throughout the week, check the club’s website at www .murrietarotary .org . CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE This event is a partnership of the Rotary Club of Murrieta and the City of Murrieta . Net proceeds from the Field of Honor will benefit the Murrieta Through Time project (a history walk at Town Square Park), the City’s Veterans Memorial, and other projects of the Rotary Club of Murrieta . Call Frank Donahoe at 951- 704-3622 for more information about event sponsorship or field details . w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 4 Connect with Murrieta F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 look for our new City Web site coming by the e n d o f 2 0 11 . Pr duce f r Pe ple A community garden to benefit our local food pantries The garden will be used to grow fruits and vegetables for local participating churches and food pantries for distribution to the community . CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE If you are interested in volunteering in the Produce for People Community Garden, you may contact the City at 951-304-2489 . w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 5 Alternative Recreation F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Sophmore Training *Pre-requisite: Puppy or Freshman level classes . The sophomore level class is a continuation of freshman or puppy level classes and Alternative Recreation program 18 years and older participants must know the commands and the behaviors taught in The City of Murrieta 's Alternative Recreation Program is now offering these classes . Sophomore class builds on the behaviors learned in the recreational opportunities for our special needs adults, ages 18 years previous classes as well as learning new behaviors such as wait (at the and older . Our goal for this program is to offer services and activities door), heel, park it, and more . The goal of this class is to refine their to facilitate their growth as members of the city and as individuals . We skills and create a very well behaved dog in public and at home . will be offering group activities and events, such as dances, movie 13455 Sat 10/01 11:30-12:30 pm 6 $101 nights, and games . The program will be held at the Senior Center on 13656 Sat 11/19 11:30-12:30 pm 6 $101 the listed dates below . There will be a $2 charge for each participant 13666 Sat 1/21 11:30-12:30 pm 6 $101 (guardians and caregivers are free of charge) . For more information, 13672 Sat 3/10 11:30-12:30 pm 6 $101 call (951)304-7275 . location: Senior Center Junior Training 13463 Fri 10/14 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 *Pre-requisite: Sophomore level class . The junior level class prepares 13464 Fri 10/28 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 your dog to be a therapy dog and to take the AKC Canine Good Citizen 13465 Fri 12/09 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 Test . During the 6th class you take the AKC Good Citizen test for the 13468 Fri 1/13 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 certificate . 13469 Fri 1/27 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 13456 Sat 10/01 12:30- 1:30 pm 4 $68 13470 Fri 2/10 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 13657 Sat 11/19 12:30- 1:30 pm 4 $68 13471 Fri 3/09 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 13667 Sat 1/21 12:30- 1:30 pm 4 $68 13472 Fri 3/23 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 13673 Sat 3/10 12:30- 1:30 pm 4 $68 Senior Training *Pre-requisite: Junior level class . The Animal Interaction senior level class offers a range of activities . We will play games that will help fine tune their skills, train in different locations, learn new tricks and Dog Training - Good Dog! new commands, and even bring out Good Dog! This is dog training using positive reinforcement techniques . agility tunnels . Graduation will culminate in a ceremony with cap and All family members are encouraged to attend so everyone can be gown pictures . This class will be as educational as it is fun! consistent with the dog at home . Classes are for dogs that are not 13457 Sat 10/01 1:30- 2:30 pm 6 $101 aggressive towards people or other dogs . If you're unsure about your 13658 Sat 11/19 1:30- 2:30 pm 6 $101 dog's socialization, please set up an evaluation with the instructor . You 13668 Sat 1/21 1:30- 2:30 pm 6 $101 may contact Andi Albright at (951) 219-3200 . Required supplies 13674 Sat 3/10 1:30- 2:30 pm 6 $101 include: vaccination records, dog treats, 4 ft . leash, dog collar, and bags for pet waste . Masters program location: Copper Canyon park Instructor: Andi Albright This class is open to the Good Dog! Training Graduates . The curriculum always changes and is designed for graduates to have extra practice puppy Training and fun . The puppy level class is for puppies 2 to 5 months 13458 Sat 10/01 2:30- 3:30 pm 6 $71 old that have started on their vaccinations . During 13659 Sat 11/19 2:30- 3:30 pm 6 $71 the 6 week session, we will cover socialization, 13669 Sat 1/21 2:30- 3:30 pm 6 $71 potty training, destructive behavior, no jumping, not 13675 Sat 3/10 2:30- 3:30 pm 6 $71 to pull on the leash, how to sit, stay, lie down, drop it, leave it, watch me and more . Horse Crazy Tiny Tots 2 to 4 years 13453 Sat 10/01 9:00-10:00 am 6 $101 Is your 2 or 3 year old horse crazy? This class is the perfect way to get CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE 13654 Sat 11/19 9:00-10:00 am 6 $101 their horsy fix . We start every class by giving our wonderful horses 13664 Sat 1/21 9:00-10:00 am 6 $101 carrots . Then, we warm up and stretch our muscles with music . Next 13670 Sat 3/10 9:00-10:00 am 6 $101 the tots will learn a few moves on our barrels (fake horses) that they will be doing on a real horse . Then it is horse time, where we will be Freshman Training working on a rider seat and other fun moves on our specially trained The freshman level class is for dogs 6 months and older . During the 6 horse . Last, we will do a little brushing with our cute pony Zack . This week session, we will cover socialization, potty training, destructive class is 30 minutes long and is customized for two and three year olds . behavior, no jumping, not to pull on the leash, how to sit, stay, lie down, Tots will gain balance, body awareness, coordination, and self- drop it, leave it, watch me and more . Dogs of all ages are encouraged confidence . Parent involvement is required . This class is located at to join this class . Your dog is never too old . 30300 Garbani Rd, Menifee 13454 Sat 10/01 10:15-11:15 am 6 $101 location: The Riding Academy Instructor: Sarah Hill 13655 Sat 11/19 10:15-11:15 am 6 $101 14058 Tue 10/04 4:00- 4:30 pm 6 $61 13665 Sat 1/21 10:15-11:15 am 6 $101 14059 Tue 11/15 4:00- 4:30 pm 6 $61 13671 Sat 3/10 10:15-11:15 am 6 $101 14060 Tue 1/24 4:00- 4:30 pm 6 $61 1406 1Tue 3/06 4:00- 4:30 pm 6 $61 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 6 Animal Interaction F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 CAMpS Horse Camp 5 to 16 years Our Day Camp activities include horseback riding, games on horseback, horse drill teams, horsemanship, grooming, saddling, vaulting and more! Beginners are Welcome! It is wonderful to see our campers learn to halter, lead, groom, saddle, and ride . Our Horse Day Camp is for beginner and advanced riders . Lunch is included . This Camp is located at 30300 Garbani Road, Menifee location: The Riding Academy Instructor: Sarah Hill Winter Horse Camp - Session 1 Horse Riding lessons at the Equestrian park 6 to 8 years 14049 Mon 12/19 8:00- 3:00 pm 1 $50 In this class students will learn the basic riding skills in the arena, so 14050 Tue 12/20 8:00- 3:00 pm 1 $50 sign up and join us at the Murrieta Equestrian Park! Located at 42670 14051 Wed 12/21 8:00- 3:00 pm 1 $50 Juniper Street, Murrieta 14052 Thu 12/29 8:00- 3:00 pm 1 $50 Location: Murrieta Equestrian Park Instructor: Sarah Hill 14053 Fri 12/30 8:00- 3:00 pm 1 $50 private Riding lessons 2-5 year 14177 Mon 10/03 2:45- 3:00 pm 3 $45 parent & Me Horseback Riding 4 to 8 years 14178 Mon 10/03 3:15- 3:30 pm 3 $45 Kids ages 4-8 and their moms, dads, 14179 Mon 11/14 2:45- 3:00 pm 3 $45 grandparents, aunts, uncles . . .with our Parent 14180 Mon 11/14 3:15- 3:30 pm 3 $45 and Me Horseback Riding Lessons are able to 14181 Mon 12/05 2:45- 3:00 pm 3 $45 take an active role in your child's riding 14182 Mon 12/05 3:15- 3:30 pm 3 $45 experience and education . In the 1st class the 14189 Mon 1/23 2:45- 3:00 pm 3 $45 parents will learn how to be an instructor's 14190 Mon 1/23 3:15- 3:30 pm 3 $45 assistant (This class may go over the allotted 14191 Mon 2/27 2:45- 3:00 pm 3 $45 time .) Assistants will learn how your child 14192 Mon 2/27 3:15- 3:30 pm 3 $45 should groom, saddle, mount/dismount, proper 14193 Mon 3/19 2:45- 3:00 pm 3 $45 riding and safety . We will also pass out our 14194 Mon 3/19 3:15- 3:30 pm 3 $45 Horsemanship/Equine Science Jr . study book, work sheets, and sign liability releases . Starting Riding lessons 6-8 year olds the 2nd class the kids will be riding, and will learn how to groom, The first two classes will be in the arena learning the basic skills and saddle, mount and properly ride with their parents, under the the third class students will play games on horseback . supervision of a certified instructor . The last class the kids will have a 14171 Mon 10/03 3:45- 4:15 pm 3 $45 show, and family will be welcome to come watch and take pictures of 14172 Mon 10/03 4:25- 4:55 pm 3 $45 the kids riding and winning ribbons . Parents will not be riding, their role 14173 Mon 11/14 3:45- 4:15 pm 3 $45 will be helping their children to halter, groom, and saddle the horses . 14174 Mon 11/14 4:25- 4:55 pm 3 $45 14175 Mon 12/05 3:45- 4:15 pm 3 $45 location: The Riding Academy Instructor: Sarah Hill 14176 Mon 12/05 4:25- 4:55 pm 3 $45 14056 Wed 3/14 5:00- 6:30 pm 6 $151 14183 Mon 1/23 3:45- 4:15 pm 3 $45 14184 Mon 1/23 4:25- 4:55 pm 3 $45 14185 Mon 2/27 3:45- 4:15 pm 3 $45 14186 Mon 2/27 4:25- 4:55 pm 3 $45 Healthy Living and Fitness 14187 Mon 3/19 3:45- 4:15 pm 3 $45 CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE 14188 Mon 3/19 4:25- 4:55 pm 3 $45 Horseback Riding lessons 101 9 years and older Learn to ride horses with a certified riding instructor with 20+ years Osteoporosis Workshop 18 years and older experience . Beginners are welcome . Our horses are waiting for you! A certified strength trainer will demonstrate 15 primary strength training Lesson horses and helmets are included . Lessons are held Tuesday exercises that will strengthen the spine, hips, wrists, and improve through Saturday, year round . You must call to schedule the time and day posture . Sit, watch, and learn . No participation required . Come collect at 951-301-9272 . This class is located at 30300 Garbani Road, Menifee information, take notes, and receive handouts at the end of class . location: The Riding Academy Instructor: Sarah Hill location: Community Center Instructor: Francesca Fisher 14062 Oct Arrange times with Instructor 4 $100 14261 Mon 10/10 11:00-12:00 pm 1 $11 14063 Nov Arrange times with Instructor 3 $75 14268 Mon 11/14 11:00-12:00 pm 1 $11 14064 Dec Arrange times with Instructor 3 $75 14269 Mon 1/09 11:00-12:00 pm 1 $11 14065 Jan Arrange times with Instructor 4 $100 14270 Mon 2/13 11:00-12:00 pm 1 $11 14066 Feb Arrange times with Instructor 4 $100 14277 Mon 3/12 11:00-12:00 pm 1 $11 14067 Mar Arrange times with Instructor 4 $100 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 7 Healthy Living and Fitness F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 little Chefs 6 to 12 years If they cook it, they will eat it! Getting kids involved in the kitchen and exposing them to different foods Cooking Classes is a great way to develop healthier and adventurous 101 Italian Cooking 21 years and older eating habits . We put kids right where the action is, Who doesn't want to learn to cook Italian food? Taking a cooking class involving them in everything, from food preparation, in Italian food brings convivial atmosphere, talking, laughing, and to cleanup, to eating the fruit of labor . Come join us above all, working together to bring about a delicious meal . In a word, and start your kids on a healthier way of living . Italian cooking is fun . And learning to cook Italian is always fun and MEALS, DRINKS, AND COOKING SUPPLIES ARE delicious! ALL LEVELS ARE WELCOME! Margarita and Blanca INCLUDED IN CLASS FEE! Closed toed shoes required . homemade pizzas from scratch and Italian salad . Homemade pasta location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou and pasta sauce from scratch, garlic bread . 13723 Mon 10/17 4:15- 5:30 pm 2 $45 location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou 13724 Mon 11/14 4:00- 5:45 pm 1 $45 13718 Wed 11/02 6:00- 8:00 pm 2 $69 13725 Mon 2/06 4:15- 5:30 pm 2 $45 13719 Wed 2/01 6:00- 8:00 pm 2 $69 13726 Mon 3/05 4:00- 5:45 pm 2 $45 Celine's vegetarian Cooking 14 years and older Mommy and Me in the Kitchen 3 to 5 years This class isn't meant for vegetarians only! Whether you are a Young children can learn to count, recognize colors and letters, and start vegetarian or you simply want to make more healthful dietary choices eating at an early age . Classes will begin with a game, such as guessing this class is designed to give you the building blocks to a healthy the colors and names of the ingredients, the first letter of the ingredient, lifestyle . You will learn to prepare more flavorful dishes using herbs, or counting the items and spoonfuls used in the recipe . We will eat what spices, and about substitutes for meat and dairy products . You will also we have made during the class . Closed toe shoes required . learn how to incorporate them into your family's favorite recipes . Meals location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou and drinks included . 13709 Mon 12/12 10:00-11:00 am 1 $33 location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou 13710 Mon 1/09 10:00-11:00 am 2 $33 13607 Thu 10/20 6:00- 8:00 pm 2 $63 13711 Mon 2/06 10:00-11:00 am 2 $33 13609 Thu 12/01 6:00- 8:00 pm 2 $63 13712 Mon 3/05 10:00-11:00 am 2 $33 13608 Thu 3/22 6:00- 8:00 pm 2 $63 vegan Cooking Class 18 years and older Cooking With Trader Joe's 18 years and older The only Vegan cooking class in the Valley . Basic Vegan dishes will be Do you love Trader Joe's and their gourmet products? Have you ever made such as: soupe au pistou ( Provencal vegetable pesto soup) , wondered what to do with them? Well this class will feature the best of avocado/almonds tartines (open sandwich) and Fruits in papillotte . . . what Trader Joe's is currently offering . In no time we will prepare a and many, many more . Come and meet like-minded new friends or complete and healthy meal . Meals and drinks included . Location: bring along a partner to share your experience! These classes are Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou designed for people of all ages and all cooking levels . You'll learn how 13715 Thu 10/06 6:00- 8:00 pm 1 $32 to care for your health, and prepare delicious food for those you love . 13716 Thu 11/03 6:00- 8:00 pm 1 $32 We will give you the knowledge and skills to be a confident cook! 13717 Thu 12/15 6:00- 8:00 pm 1 $32 Please advise if any food allergies . Light meal, drinks, and recipes are included . Aprons are available during the class . Easy French Cooking 21 years and older location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou These new French cooking classes are designed to provide you with 13721 Mon 1/30 6:00- 8:00 pm 1 $33 step-by-step recipe guides and hands-on instructions on how to 13722 Mon 3/19 6:00- 8:00 pm 1 $33 prepare anything from classic Croque Monsieur, Onion soup, Poire Belle Helene (fresh poached pear with vanilla ice cream and warm FITNESS chocolate sauce), Coq au Vin (Chicken cooked in wine mushroom and bacon), Tarte Tatin . . and many more delicious and easy meals . Each Zumba 13 years and older class promises to deliver useful tips, tricks, and even some of our ZUMBA is a Latin inspired dance fitness class that incorporates Latin favorite top chefs' secrets . The best part of all is, of course, at the end, and International music with dance movements creating a dynamic, CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE when everyone gets to eat! exciting, and effective fitness program . This class combines fast and location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body in an aerobic fitness fashion 13713 Wed 1/11 6:00- 8:00 pm 2 $69 to achieve a unique blended balance of cardio and muscle toning 13714 Wed 3/07 6:00- 8:00 pm 2 $69 benefits . Dancers and non-dancers can easily master this class because you do not have to know how to dance to succeed at Zumba! Gluten-Free Cooking 18 years and older location: Community Center Instructor: laura Maasberg Please join this class and see just how easy it is to prepare a rich, 14314 Wed 10/05 9:00-10:00 am 4 $24 exciting, gourmet, gluten-free meal with International influences . Just 14322 Fri 10/07 9:00-10:00 am 4 $24 because some traditional pantry staples are off limits doesn't mean 14323 Wed 11/02 9:00-10:00 am 4 $24 celiacs can't eat just as well as the rest of us! Students eat together 14325 Wed 1/11 9:00-10:00 am 3 $18 what they have done during the class . Drinks and recipes are 14326 Fri 1/13 9:00-10:00 am 3 $18 included . 14327 Wed 2/01 9:00-10:00 am 5 $30 location: Community Center Instructor: Celine Cossou 14328 Fri 2/03 9:00-10:00 am 4 $24 13727 Mon 2/27 6:00- 8:00 pm 1 $33 14329 Fri 3/02 9:00-10:00 am 5 $30 14330 Wed 3/07 9:00-10:00 am 4 $24 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 8 Home School Activities F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Gymnastics 101 Home School - level I - II 5 to 18 years Earn P .E . credits in the discipline of gymnastics . Students will learn Dance 101 Home School 5 to 8 years progressive skills on the floor, balance beam, bars, and vault . Earn P .E . credits through the Art of Dance! Routines are professionally Gymnasts will need a leotard . Child must have completed Gymnastics choreographed with an emphasis on technique, flexibility, and 101 Home School - Intro . There will be a $5 insurance fee payable to showmanship . Each session students will focus on a different style of MVG on the first day of class . This is a one time fee per session! If you dance: lyrical, jazz, hip hop, and pom .There will be a $5 insurance fee are in multiple classes this fee covers all classes . payable to MVG on the first day of class . This is a one time fee per location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine session! If you are in multiple classes this fee covers all classes 14047 Wed 10/19 1:00- 2:00 pm 6 $42 location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 14048 Wed 1/11 1:00- 2:00 pm 11 $84 HSD K-2 Squad 14026 Mon 10/17 11:30-12:25 pm 6 $42 14029 Mon 1/09 11:30-12:25 pm 10 $84 HSD - Elementary Squad 14027 Mon 10/17 12:30- 1:25 pm 6 $42 14030 Mon 1/09 12:30- 1:25 pm 10 $84 HSD - Middle & High School Squad 14028 Mon 10/17 1:30- 2:25 pm 6 $42 14031 Mon 1/09 1:30- 2:25 pm 10 $84 Fun with Art Home School 5 to 14 years Does your child like to be creative? We will be exploring all dimensions of art in this class . Drawing, painting, sculpting, and much more . The possibilties are endless! Music and Performing Arts location: A Child's Attic Instructor: Jennifer Nilsson 14347 Fri 10/07 9:00-10:00 am 4 $45 14348 Fri 11/04 9:00-10:00 am 4 $45 Hawaiian/Tahitian Dance 3 to 5 years 14349 Fri 1/06 9:00-10:00 am 4 $45 This class is for students willing to learn Hawaiian and Tahitian Dance 14350 Fri 2/03 9:00-10:00 am 4 $45 based on their respective cultures . Both dances will help develop 14351 Fri 3/02 9:00-10:00 am 4 $45 balance, rhythm as well as providing good exercise . This is especially good for children . Dress attire for first day of class is loose shorts or Reading Room for Home School 6 to 10 years sweat pants and t-shirt . Class t-shirts, Pau or Pareo will be required This is the perfect way to help your after the first day of class see instructor . Clothing should not be tight, child with the basics in reading . In provocative or revealing . Plastic toy skirts not allowed in class . More this fun group setting they will grow information see instructor . to love reading . They will go on location: Community Center Instructor: pikake Chancy adventures and take journeys to worlds they have never known, all Hawaiian Dance 3-5 yrs while learning to be a more fluent 13610 Wed 10/05 3:30- 4:00 pm 4 $26 reader . 13611 Wed 11/02 3:30- 4:00 pm 4 $26 location: A Child's Attic Instructor: Jennifer Nilsson 13619 Wed 1/04 3:30- 4:00 pm 4 $26 14344 Fri 10/07 10:30-11:15 am 4 $29 13620 Wed 2/01 3:30- 4:00 pm 4 $26 14345 Fri 11/04 10:30-11:15 am 4 $29 13621 Wed 3/07 3:30- 4:00 pm 4 $26 CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE 14342 Fri 1/06 10:30-11:15 am 4 $29 14343 Fri 2/03 10:30-11:15 am 4 $29 Hawaiian Dance - 6-8 yrs 14346 Fri 3/02 10:30-11:15 am 4 $29 13613 Wed 10/05 4:00- 4:30 pm 4 $26 13614 Wed 11/02 4:00- 4:30 pm 4 $26 13622 Wed 1/04 4:00- 4:30 pm 4 $26 Gymnastics 101 Home School - Intro 5 to 18 years 13623 Wed 2/01 4:00- 4:30 pm 4 $26 Earn P .E . credits in the discipline of gymnastics . Students will learn 13624 Wed 3/07 4:00- 4:30 pm 4 $26 progressive skills on the floor, balance beam, bars, and vault . Gymnasts will need a leotard .There will be a $5 insurance fee payable Hawaiian Dance - 9 yrs and older to MVG on the first day of class . This is a one time fee per session! If 13616 Wed 10/05 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $46 you are in multiple classes, this fee covers all classes . 13617 Wed 11/02 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $46 location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 13625 Wed 1/04 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $46 14045 Wed 10/19 12:00-12:55 pm 6 $42 13626 Wed 2/01 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $46 14046 Wed 1/11 12:00-12:55 pm 11 $84 13627 Wed 3/07 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $46 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 9 Music and Performing Arts F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Hula/Tahitian Advanced Dance 7 to 65 years Learn 'Auana, Kahiko (include Oli,maybeMa'i) in true Hawaiian way . Instructor is under the Kumu Hula Kawaikapuokalani Hewett (Judge of Merrir Monarch competition) Students' commitment a must and instructor approval required . location: Community Center Instructor: pikake Chancy 13628 Wed 10/05 5:30- 6:30 pm 4 $46 13629 Wed 11/02 5:30- 6:30 pm 4 $46 13631 Wed 1/04 5:30- 6:30 pm 4 $46 13632 Wed 2/01 5:30- 6:30 pm 4 $46 13633 Wed 3/07 5:30- 6:30 pm 4 $46 Salsa Dance lessons - Beginner 14 to 60 years Theatre performance 4 to 11 years Learn Salsa dance basic steps: right and left turns, Cumbia steps, and This class is an incredible combination of acting, singing, and dancing communication signals . Learn and practice beautiful combinations that taught by Tiffany Taylor Voelkel . Tiffany has spent over 28 years will make you look great on the dance floor! performing professionally in National and International Tours . Participants location: Senior Center Instructor: Andre perez will learn and experience the behind the scenes of Broadway and how it 13682 Wed 10/05 6:00- 7:00 pm 6 $46 really is! Each class will learn choreography, script, staging, and lyrics 13683 Wed 1/04 6:00- 7:00 pm 6 $46 to put on a live performance at the end of the session . 13684 Wed 2/29 6:00- 7:00 pm 6 $46 location: Community Center Instructor: Tiffany Taylor-voelkel 4-7 years Salsa Dance lessons - Intermediate 14 to 60 years 13688 Thu 9/29 3:00- 4:00 pm 8 $81 Learn Intermediate Salsa! Learn the cross body lead, footwork shines, 13690 Thu 1/19 3:00- 4:00 pm 8 $81 and lady's styling . Learn combinations to make you look great on the 7-11 years dance floor! 13689 Thu 9/29 4:00- 5:00 pm 8 $81 location: Senior Center Instructor: Andre perez 13691 Thu 1/19 4:00- 5:00 pm 8 $81 13685 Wed 10/05 7:00- 8:00 pm 6 $46 13686 Wed 1/04 7:00- 8:00 pm 6 $46 13687 Wed 2/29 7:00- 8:00 pm 6 $46 Miss April's Adult Dance 18 years and older Sunshine Generation 3 to 11 years This is the perfect class to sample a Sunshine Generation is a national children's performing group divided by variety of dance . Class will cover tap (tap age groups into Singing Sunbeams, Sundance Kids, Solar Sounds, and shoes required), funk, jazz, and line . This Sound Station is our teen group . The goal of Sunshine Generation is to class will vary from session to session and build self confidence through music appreciation . Curriculum includes the style will change each week . This singing, vocal training, music theory, dance, and showmaship . Throughout program has fun and energetic routines the year, participants learn shows and perform for the community . designed for beginner and intermediate Performances are optional . Participants must be enrolled for at least 2 dancers . Attire: Plain white tank or tee, sessions to be eligible to perform and costumes are required . There is a black bottoms (shorts, dance pants, or $12 CD and prop fee payable to the director for show sessions . If you sweatpants), black lace up tap shoes and have any questions, please contact Kim Peeler at 951-249-1585 . street shoes . Simple costumes may be required . location: Senior Center Instructor: Kim peeler location: Senior Center Instructor: April vidal Singing Sunbeams 3-5 years Multi-Style 13676 Mon 10/10 4:30- 5:20 pm 4 $41 14024 Tue 10/04 7:00- 7:45 pm 7 $57 13679 Mon 11/07 4:30- 5:20 pm 4 $41 14025 Tue 1/24 7:00- 7:45 pm 7 $57 14108 Tue 1/10 4:30- 5:20 pm 4 $41 CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE 14111 Tue 2/07 4:30- 5:20 pm 4 $41 Tap Intermediate 7 to 17 years 14114 Tue 3/06 4:30- 5:20 pm 4 $41 *Students must supply their own tap shoes and must have Instructor Sundance Kids 6-8 years Approval - all new students please enroll in Tap Beginner* This class 13677 Mon 10/10 5:30- 6:20 pm 4 $41 builds upon the basics learned in tap beginner . Learn more advanced 13680 Mon 11/07 5:30- 6:20 pm 4 $41 combinations, moves, and routines . Attire: Black short sleeve or 14109 Tue 1/10 5:30- 6:20 pm 4 $41 strappy leotard, nude tights, black dance shorts, and black lace up tap 14112 Tue 2/07 5:30- 6:20 pm 4 $41 shoes . SImple costumes may be required . 14115 Tue 3/06 5:30- 6:20 pm 4 $41 location: Senior Center Solar Sounds 9-11years Instructor: April vidal 13678 Mon 10/10 6:30- 7:20 am 4 $41 14022 Mon 10/03 8:15- 8:45 pm 7 $57 13681 Mon 11/07 6:30- 7:20 am 4 $41 14023 Mon 1/23 8:15- 8:45 pm 7 $57 14110 Tue 1/10 6:30- 7:20 am 4 $41 14113 Tue 2/07 6:30- 7:20 am 4 $41 14116 Tue 3/06 6:30- 7:20 am 4 $41 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 10 Music and Performing Arts F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Contemporary 14 to 25 years *This class is for high Intermediate through Advanced dancers .* This class is a FUSION of ballet, jazz, and modern dance practiced to contemporary styles of today's music - awesome for a variety of ages and style . Also, this class is a great way to prepare for high school dance . Simple costumes may be required . location: Senior Center Instructor: April vidal 13880 Mon 10/04 7:45-8:15 pm 7 $26 13881 Mon 1/24 7:45-8:15 pm 7 $26 Funk 3 to 18 years This class is dancing with no limitations . It will be an introduction to a combination of hip hop, street dance, and jazz . This course will provide basic instruction combined with technique and challenge for the beginner or intermediate level dancer . Attire: plain white tank or tee, black bottoms (shorts, dance pants, or sweatpants), and dance sneakers or tennis shoes . Simple costumes may be required . Ballet 2 to 9 years location: Community Center Instructor: April vidal This beginning class helps develop your child's balance, coordination, Funk 3 & 4 years and self esteem, but most of all it's a lot of fun! Students will not only 13886 Mon 10/03 10:30-11:00 am 6 $56 learn the dance, but terms and positions too . Attire: black short sleeve 13891 Mon 1/23 10:30-11:00 am 6 $56 or strappy leotard, white tights, and pink ballet shoes . Simple costumes Funk 4 - 6 years may be required . 13887 Tue 10/04 5:155- 5:45 pm 7 $57 location: Community Center Instructor: April vidal 13892 Tue 1/24 5:15- 5:45 pm 7 $57 Mommy & Me 2 years Funk 7 - 11 years 13699 Mon 10/03 9:00- 9:30 am 6 $56 13889 Tue 10/04 6:00- 6:30 pm 7 $57 13704 Mon 1/23 9:00- 9:30 am 6 $56 13894 Tue 1/24 6:00- 6:30 pm 7 $57 Ballet 3 & 4 years Funk 12-18 years 13700 Mon 10/03 9:30-10:00 am 6 $56 13890 Tue 10/04 6:15- 6:50 pm 7 $57 13701 Tue 10/04 4:15- 4:45 pm 7 $57 13895 Tue 1/24 6:15- 6:50 pm 7 $57 13705 Mon 1/23 9:30-10:00 am 6 $56 13706 Tue 1/24 4:15- 4:45 pm 7 $57 Ballet 4 & 5 years Jazz Beginner 4 to 12 years 13702 Wed 10/05 10:30-11:00 am 6 $56 This class promotes healthy stretching, technique, upbeat music, and 13707 Wed 1/25 10:30-11:00 am 6 $56 a variety of style and choreography . Attire: black short sleeve or Ballet 6 - 9 years strappy leotard, nude tights, black dance shorts, and black slip-on jazz 13703 Tue 10/03 5:15- 5:45 pm 7 $57 shoes . Simple costumes may be required . 13708 Tue 1/23 4:45- 5:15 pm 7 $57 location: Senior Center Instructor: April vidal 4 - 5 years Ballet / Tap Combo 4 to 6 years 13896 Wed 10/05 11:05-11:35 am 6 $56 This class will teach ballet and tap with a 5 minute shoe change in 13898 Wed 1/25 11:05-11:35 am 6 $56 between . This class is great for socializing, exposure to a variety of 7 - 12 years dance, and recognizing rhythm . They will learn balance, coordination, 13897 Mon 10/03 7:00- 7:30 pm 7 $57 and build self-esteem . Students will not only learn to dance, but the 13899 Mon 1/23 6:30- 7:00 pm 7 $57 positions, terms, and technique of each style . Attire:Black short sleeve or strappy leotard, white tights, classic black tap shoes with bow, and Jazz Intermediate 8 to 17 years pink ballet shoes . SImple costumes may be required . *Must have Instructor Approval - all new location: Community Center Instructor: April vidal students please enroll in Jazz Beginner* CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE 13878 Mon 10/04 4:00- 4:45 pm 7 $79 This class builds upon the basics learned 13879 Mon 1/24 4:00- 4:45 pm 7 $79 in jazz beginner . Learn more advanced turns, leaps, and routines . Attire: black Ballet / Jazz / Tap Combo 5 to 8 years short sleeve or strappy leotard, nude This class will teach ballet, jazz, and tap with a 5 tights, black dance shorts, and black slip- minute shoe change in between . This class is great for on jazz shoes . Simple costumes may be socializing, exposure to a variety of dance, and required . recognizing rhythm . They will learn balance, location: Senior Center coordination, and build self-esteem . Students will not Instructor: April vidal only learn to dance, but the positions, terms, and 13900 Mon 10/03 6:15- 7:00 pm 7 $79 technique of each style . Attire: Black short sleeve or 13901 Mon 1/23 7:00- 7:45 pm 7 $79 strappy leotard, white tights, classic black tap shoes with bow, and pink ballet shoes . Simple costumes may be required . location: Senior Center Instructor: April vidal 13877 Sat 10/08 9:00-10:00 am 5 $100 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 11 Music and Performing Arts Self Enrichment F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 lyrical Ballet 9 to 13 years CpR/First Aid 10 years and older This class offers the movement of jazz with the grace of ballet to express This course provides information on emotions . Lyrics of the chosen song usually serve as inspirations for adult, child, and infant CPR, including movements and expressions . Attire: Black short sleeve or strappy recognition and emergency resuscitation leotard, nude tights, and barefoot . (Dance Pad may be required - techniques for heart attack, stroke, and instructor will notify during class) Simple costumes may be required . choking . First Aid will provide information location: Senior Center Instructor: April vidal on how to manage illness and injuries in 13902 Mon 10/03 6:00- 6:30 pm 7 $57 the first few minutes of an emergency 13903 Mon 1/23 6:00- 6:30 pm 7 $57 until professional help arrives . This is not a health care provider CPR class . location: Fire Station #4 Instructor: TBA Dance with poms 5 to 12 years CpR Remember song leading? Pom 14445 Sat 10/01 8:00-12:00 pm 1 $45 squads dance with poms and 14447 Sat 11/05 8:00-12:00 pm 1 $45 emphasize precise, 14449 Sat 12/03 8:00-12:00 pm 1 $45 synchronized motions 14451 Sat 1/07 8:00-12:00 pm 1 $45 encompassing various styles 14453 Sat 2/04 8:00-12:00 pm 1 $45 of dance . This class encourages 14455 Sat 3/03 8:00-12:00 pm 1 $45 hand and arm coordination First Aid while incorporating body 14446 Sat 10/01 1:00- 5:00 pm 1 $30 movement . Attire: Black cotton 14448 Sat 11/05 1:00- 5:00 pm 1 $30 shorts, white tank top, white 14450 Sat 12/03 1:00- 5:00 pm 1 $30 socks, and black slip-on jazz 14452 Sat 1/07 1:00- 5:00 pm 1 $30 shoes .Miss April will contact 14454 Sat 2/04 1:00- 5:00 pm 1 $30 you with details about poms . 14456 Sat 3/03 1:00- 5:00 pm 1 $30 location: Senior Center Instructor: April vidal 5 - 7 years 13882 Sat 10/08 9:00- 9:30 am 5 $56 7 - 12 years 13883 13885 Mon Mon 10/03 1/23 4:15- 4:45 pm 4:15- 4:45 pm 7 7 $57 $57 Daddy/ Daughter Tap Beginner 3 to 8 years *Students must supply their own tap shoes .* This class will help Dance develop your child's balance, coordination, dance skills, and self esteem, but most of all it's a 2 years lot of fun! They will learn and older terms, step combos, routines, and so much more . Attire: Black short sleeve or strappy leotard, nude tights, black dance shorts, and classic black tap shoes with bow . Simple costumes may be CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE required . location: Community Center Instructor: April vidal Tap 3 - 4 years 13904 Mon 10/03 10:00-10:30 am 6 $56 13906 Mon 1/23 10:00-10:30 am 6 $56 Tap 6 - 8 years The City is proud to be holding our Annual Daddy / Daughter 13905 Mon 10/03 4:45- 5:15 pm 7 $57 Dance again . Dads, bring your little girl or your young lady to our 13907 Mon 1/23 4:45- 5:15 pm 7 $57 'My Little Girl' Dance . The night will be filled with fun and laughter where you can play games,dance, and make a craft . Space is limited so hurry and sign up! There is no age maximum, so to our older daughters, feel free to bring your dads . location: Community Center 14444 Sat 2/04 6:00- 8:00 pm $20.00 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 12 Self Enrichment F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Makeup and Skin Care for Adults 18 years and older In this hands-on workshop, you'll learn step-by-step makeup application Etiquette Survival 5 to 15 years techniques that will enhance your beauty . Learn the best way to treat 'Nobody's polite anymore, why should I be?' Sound familiar? All of us rosacea, age spots, dark under-eye circle, and skin discoloration . want to be liked and accepted . It is in our best interest to make our Discover what to use for pesky fine lines and wrinkles . Whether you're manners a contributing element to our relationships and successes . a stay at home mom or a working professional, you will leave confident We will provide your child with the skills to feel self assured and and ready to put your best face forward !There is a $25 material fee confident in any situation . They will learn proper table manners, due to instructor at start of class . manners at home and away, telephone manners, honesty, integrity, location: Community Center Instructor: Michelle Jackson giving and receiving, getting along with others, self-esteem and 14409 Fri 11/18 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 $51 compassion . Our entertaining and interactive classes include role 14410 Sat 1/07 10:00- 1:00 pm 1 $51 playing and exercises, multimedia materials, and comprehensive 14411 Sat 3/03 1:30- 4:30 pm 1 $51 lesson plans so students learn the value of proper behavior, self- respect, and self-confidence . All while having fun . Proper dress Math Wonders 7 to 12 years required . No shorts or T-shirts . All of math is so much easier when students have location: Community Center Instructor: Angela Sturdivant their basic math facts and concepts locked in solidly 13600 Tue 10/25 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $50 and quickly . if a student is missing just a few, it can 13601 Mon 2/06 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $50 significantly handicap progress in more complex math . 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th graders can labor Home-Based Business Survival 101 18 years and older excessively and exhaustively over math because they Whether you are just starting out or tired of inconsistent streams of have a few unaddressed deficiencies or because their home-based business income, MomsMakingMoney .org will share with calculating speed is slow . In this class each participant you how to build a business that will stand on a firm foundation of will be individually tested and deficiencies will pinpoint clarity and authenticity . We will teach you how to operate at an exactly . Great techniques will then be used to help the children easily advanced level which will greatly increase your business income; master all the facts with speed . If your child has mental blocks with giving you peace of mind and turning your customers into your raving certain problems, these will be addressed . Save your child and yourself fans . There are no 'frilly promises: or 'gimmicks' here, just great from hours of frustration and lay a solid foundation for great success information . 6 week course includes but not limited to business in math! $10 material fee paid foundation principles, magnetic customer relations and social media to the instructor on the first day of class . marketing . 90 minute workshop includes all supplies . location: Community Center Instructor: Joshua Miller location: Community Center Instructor: Renee Walton Addition 14381 Thu 10/06 6:30- 8:00 pm 6 $55 14358 Wed 1/18 5:15- 6:15 pm 4 $75 14380 Thu 1/12 6:30- 8:00 pm 6 $55 Subtraction 14359 Wed 2/22 5:15- 6:15 pm 4 $75 little Miss Charm School 4 to 10 years Multiplication #1 Put on your prettiest dress and do up your hair! Join us for 14356 Wed 10/12 5:15- 6:15 pm 4 $75 an afternoon just for girls . We will have cookies and tea Multiplication #2 and learn a bit of grace and charm . Attend one or attend 14357 Wed 11/16 5:15- 6:15 pm 4 $75 all . . . Remember, Practice Makes Polite!! location: Community Center Notary Business Start Up 18 years and older Instructor: Angela Sturdivant If you are looking to start your own Notary business, this seminar is a princess party must! We will help you begin and discuss other options that can Wear your tiaras and dress in your favorite princess or fairy dresses! complement your business . Learn what a virtual assistant is and how 13602 Sat 10/15 10:00-11:30 am 1 $18 you can incorporate it into your business . There is a $10 material fee Teddy Bear party due to instructor at the start of class . Bring your favorite Teddy to tea . location: Community Center Instructor: Rose DeMarco 13603 Sat 12/03 10:00-11:30 am 1 $18 14425 Sat 1/21 1:00- 4:00 pm 1 $60 CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE 14426 Sat 3/17 1:00- 4:00 pm 1 $60 Makeup 101 16 years and older 14427 Sat 5/19 1:00- 4:00 pm 1 $60 Makeup 101 is for people who want to learn the basic steps to be your own makeup artist . This class will educate you in: application, foundation Notary loan Signing Agent 18 years and older selection, blending techniques, shading, and contouring . Students will Notary Public Certified Agents are subcontracted by signing, mortgage, have a basic understanding of face shapes, bone structures, hues and and escrow companies to take loan documents to clients for their final what eye shadows to use . The instructor will teach how to correct and signature . This is where notaries make a lucrative income . All reshape brows, as well as to apply eye lashes . The class will cover day companies want certified agents who have an understanding of the and evening looks, plus natural, bold, and trendy runway looks . There is documents involved . There is a $10 material fee due to instructor at the a $25 material fee due to instructor at start of class . start of class . location: Community Center Instructor: Michelle Jackson location: Community Center Instructor: Rose DeMarco 14405 Fri 10/21 6:00- 8:30 pm 1 $51 14422 Sat 1/21 8:00-12:30 pm 1 $90 14406 Sat 1/07 2:00- 4:30 pm 1 $51 14423 Sat 3/17 8:00-12:30 pm 1 $90 14407 Fri 2/24 6:00- 8:30 pm 1 $51 4424 Sat 5/19 8:00-12:30 pm 1 $90 14408 Sat 3/03 10:00-12:30 pm 1 $51 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 13 Self Enrichment Sports F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Notary public Course 18 years and older Dynamic Soccer player - FAST! 9 to 13 years This class will teach all of the information needed to take the State Exam Transformational four-week soccer skills training system that to become a Notary . The test will be given at the end of the day . 6 Hour simultaneously strengthens your body and joints, double ball control, Class - Required for 1st commission and renewals that have expired . This and floods your mind with confidence and focus . * Participants will certificate is valid for four years . 3 Hour Class - If their commission is need to bring a soccer ball, water bottle, and wear soccer cleats .* nearing renewal they can take the three hour course as long as they test location: California Oaks Sports park Instructor: Nolan Berentis before their commission expires . Once a commission expires the certificate 14240 Fri 10/07 4:00- 5:00 pm 4 $81 will also expire and they will need to take the six hour course . There is a 14241 Fri 11/04 4:00- 5:00 pm 4 $81 $10 material fee due to the instructor, $40 fee due to the Secretary of 14089 Fri 1/06 4:00- 5:00 pm 4 $81 State, and an option fee of $71 if participant would like to use the Mobile 14090 Fri 2/03 4:00- 5:00 pm 4 $81 Livescan . Notary supplies will be on sale . *Each participant must bring a 14091 Fri 3/02 4:00- 5:00 pm 4 $81 passport photo or picture measuring 2 in x 2 in from neck up .* location: Community Center Instructor: Rose DeMarco 6 Hour Class 14416 Sat 1/14 8:00- 5:30 pm 1 $80 14418 Sat 3/10 8:00- 5:30 pm 1 $80 14420 Sat 5/12 8:00- 5:30 pm 1 $80 3 Hour Class 14417 Sat 1/14 12:00- 5:30 pm 1 $80 14419 Sat 3/10 12:00- 5:30 pm 1 $80 14421 Sat 5/12 12:00- 5:30 pm 1 $80 Reading Room 6 to 10 years This is the perfect way to help your child with the basics in reading . In this fun group setting they will grow to love reading . They will go on adventures and take journeys to worlds they have never known, all while learning to be a more fluent reader . location: A Child's Attic Instructor: Jennifer Nilsson 14337 Tue 10/04 4:00- 4:45 pm 4 $29 14338 Tue 11/01 4:00- 4:45 pm 4 $29 Soccer Skills Boot Camp 8 to 13 years 14339 Tue 1/10 4:00- 4:45 pm 4 $29 Enjoy a fun soccer skills training boot camp designed to improve 14340 Tue 2/07 4:00- 4:45 pm 4 $29 technical skills, increase ball control, build core strength, maximize 14341 Tue 3/06 4:00- 4:45 pm 4 $29 focus, confidence, and game performance . *Participants will need to wear soccer cleats, shin guards, and training attire .* Science Wonders 1A 4 to 13 years location: los Alamos Hills Sports park Instructor: Nolan Berentis This science class will be hands-on fun from beginning to end! Students 14092 Sat 2/11 8:00-11:00 am 1 $90 will perform over 50 terrific experiments, watch 30 incredible science 14093 Sat 2/18 8:00-11:00 am 1 $90 demonstrations and learn why amazing things happen . This is a tremendous 14094 Sat 2/25 8:00-11:00 am 1 $90 class to enrich your children's thirst to know more about the world around 14095 Sat 3/03 8:00-11:00 am 1 $90 them! A $20 material fee due to the instructor on the first class . location: Community Center Instructor: Joshua Miller 14352 Wed 10/12 3:30- 5:00 pm 4 $85 1B Increase Strength, Agility, and Focus for Athletes 9 to 13 years Your child will make glow-in-the-dark signposts, put together a fascinating Four week 'Fitness for Soccer and rock board, cast fossils, experiment with floating superconductors, fire Basketball athlete' training (no high velocity land rockets, perform chemical chromatography, build weightlifting) . Builds core strength, CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE fascinating polymer slimes and super balls, work dry ice wonders, design increases agility and flexibility, invisible inks, observe unbelievable properties of liquid nitrogen, experiment doubles endurance, and creates with incredible catalysts and enzymes, launch hydrogen rockets, observe laser-like focus . *Participants will steam engines, and twisting glowing lights, and much more . need to wear comfortable training 14353 Wed 11/16 3:30- 5:00 pm 4 $85 clothes and shoes .* 2A location: California Oaks Sports Your child will observe unbelievable liquid frozen wonders, conduct park Instructor: Nolan Berentis surprising taste experiments, turn pennies into gold, crush objects with air 14248 Fri 10/07 5:00- 5:30 pm 4 $68 pressure, create oozing styrofoam blobs, mix fascinating polymer slimes, 14249 Fri 11/04 5:00- 5:30 pm 4 $68 crystals and snows, experiment with aerodynamics of planes and birds, 14086 Fri 1/06 5:00- 5:30 pm 4 $68 shoot wild wing bags and hydrogen races, see incredible super dense 14087 Fri 2/03 5:00- 5:30 pm 4 $68 substances, exploding metals, fire tornados, genies that come out of bottles, 14088 Fri 3/02 5:00- 5:30 pm 4 $68 elephant toothpaste, and the Wonders! Candy Cannon, and much more! 14354 Wed 1/18 3:30- 5:00 pm 4 $85 2B 14355 Wed 2/22 3:30- 5:00 pm 4 $85 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 14 Sports F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Gymnastics Training with TlC 5 to 16 years TUMBLE, stay LIMBER, and CONDITION weekly to compliment your GYMNASTICS gymnastics training . MVG's Training with TLC is recommended for all Fall registration for Intro through Level V Gymnastics and Hip Hop Tumblers types of athletes . Please bring your free weights and a water bottle . will be Monday, October 10, 2011 . Summer registration will be Monday, location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine December 19, 2012 . Registration starts at 8:00 am and can be done either 14199 Thu 10/20 7:00- 8:30 pm 6 $30 on-line store or at the Murrieta Community Center (41810 Juniper Street) . Registration for Levels I through V is for gymnasts who have successfully MvG Winter Clinics 5 to 15 years passed the previous level or have instructor approval . Previous enrollment does not guarantee a spot in the new session . Registration is on a first come, Don't lose your skills over winter break . . . come to MVG's Summer first serve basis . There will be a $5 insurance fee payable to MVG on the first Clinics for extra practice . Clinics are formatted the same as our popular day of class . This is a one time fee per session! If you are in multiple classes T .G .I .F open workouts with pizza, games, videos, and a supervised this fee covers all classes except for MVG Competition . workout . Testing available for new students ONLY . Bring a water bottle . Gymnastics Intro/level I 5 to 16 years location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine A beginning gymnastics program that "recognizes the athlete in a child, 14335 Wed 1/04 12:00- 4:00 pm 1 $20 BEFORE they make the team" . This course introduces concepts of the 14336 Wed 1/04 5:00- 9:00 pm 1 $20 balance beam, bar, vault, and floor exercises . Gymnasts will improve their strength, flexibility, agility, and self-confidence . Each session T.G.I.F - Open Workout 5 to 14 years concludes with an awards ceremony where students are rewarded for Need a little extra practice at the gym? How about a night of fun? Get setting and accomplishing goals . Level I gymnasts must pass Intro first both at MVG's open workout . Includes: pizza, soda, popcorn, movie, and are are required to purchase a team leotard . and a supervised workout . Gymnasts need to bring a pillow, sleeping Gymnastics Intro bag, and comfortable clothing . Levels: New Comers-Level V Location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine location: Community Center 14305 Sat 10/15 10:00-10:55 am 6 $44 Instructor: Cindy Angevine 14303 Wed 10/19 7:00- 7:55 pm 6 $44 14251 Fri 10/07 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 14304 Thu 10/20 3:30- 4:25 pm 6 $44 14252 Fri 10/21 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 14306 Wed 1/11 7:00- 7:55 pm 11 $84 14253 Fri 11/04 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 14307 Thu 1/12 3:30- 4:25 pm 11 $84 14254 Fri 11/18 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 14308 Sat 1/14 10:30-11:30 am 11 $84 14256 Fri 1/13 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 Gymnastics level I 14257 Fri 1/27 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 14258 Fri 2/24 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 14310 Sat 10/15 11:30-12:30 pm 5 $84 14259 Fri 3/09 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 14309 Thu 10/20 4:30- 5:25 pm 6 $44 14260 Fri 3/23 6:00-10:00 pm 1 $18 14311 Thu 1/12 4:30- 5:25 pm 11 $84 14312 Sat 1/14 11:30-12:30 pm 11 $84 Hip Hop Tumblers - MvG Dance Team 5 to 9 years Gymnastics level II Dance routines are professionally location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine choreographed with an emphasis 14318 Thu 10/20 5:30- 6:55 pm 6 $70 on technique, flexibility, and 14320 Thu 1/12 5:30- 6:55 pm 11 $108 showmanship . Each session Gymnastics level III students will focus on a different location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine type of dance: lyrical, military, 14331 Wed 10/19 4:00- 5:25 pm 6 $70 jazz, hip hop, and pom . Team 14332 Wed 1/11 4:00- 5:25 pm 11 $108 members will experience the thrill Gymnastics level Iv of performing in fromt of an location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine audience on a 'Senior Tour' . 14333 Wed 10/19 5:30- 6:55 pm 6 $70 Simple costume id required . CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE 14334 Wed 1/11 5:30- 6:55 pm 11 $108 There will be a $5 insurance fee payable to MVG on the first day of class . This is a one time fee per Gymnastics level v - MvG Demo Team 5 to 16 years session! If you are in multiple classes this fee covers all classes . This is an advanced gymnastics program where location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine creativity and showmanship are encouraged for HH Tumblers - K-2 Elementary developing optional and team routines . Athletes 14032 Mon 10/17 4:00- 4:55 pm $62 train in a noncompetitive atmosphere and perform 14035 Mon 1/09 4:00- 4:55 pm 11 $104 at community events . Gymnasts will be required HH Tumblers - Elementary Squad to purchase warm up suit, team leotard, and gym 14033 Mon 10/17 5:00- 5:55 pm $62 bag . Must enroll with instructor's approval . There 14036 Mon 1/09 5:00- 5:55 pm 11 $104 will be a $5 insurance fee payable to MVG on the HH Tumblers - Senior Squad first day of class . This is a one time fee per 14034 Mon 10/17 7:00- 7:55 pm $62 session! If you are in multiple classes this fee covers all classes . 14037 Mon 1/09 7:00- 7:55 pm 11 $104 location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 14043 Tue 10/18 4:00- 5:55 pm 6 $81 14044 Tue 1/10 4:00- 5:55 pm 11 $134 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 15 Sports F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Tiny Tot Gymnastics 3-4 year olds This is a preschool gymnastics program . Puppets, stories, and rewards are used to help maintain students’ attention while mastering basic Gymnastics Boys program - Beginning 5 to 16 years gymnastic skills on beam, bar, tramp, air track, and floor exercises . The core strength and Students learn classroom behavior, large motor skills, coordination, agility learned in and self-confidence . gymnastics transfers to location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine success in all other sports . Gymnasts will 3 year olds learn progressive skills 14266 Fri 10/14 10:15-10:55 am 3 $28 on the floor, rings, parallel 14264 Wed 10/19 10:15-10:55 am 3 $28 bars and high bar . 14267 Fri 11/04 10:15-10:55 am 3 $28 Individual progress will 14265 Wed 11/09 10:15-10:55 am 3 $28 14274 Wed 1/11 10:15-10:55 am 4 $33 be documented and 14276 Fri 1/13 10:15-10:55 am 4 $33 reecognition will be given 14275 Wed 2/08 10:15-10:55 am 4 $33 at an awards ceremony . There will be a $5 insurance fee payable to 14273 Fri 2/10 10:15-10:55 am 4 $33 MVG on the first day of class . This is a one time fee per session! If you 14271 Wed 3/07 10:15-10:55 am 3 $28 are in multiple classes this fee covers all classes . 14272 Fri 3/09 10:15-10:55 am 3 $28 location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine MvG Boys Beginning 4 year olds 14195 Fri 10/14 5:00- 5:55 pm 5 $44 14282 Fri 10/14 11:00-11:40 am 3 $28 14196 Fri 1/13 5:00- 5:55 pm 11 $84 14279 Wed 10/19 11:00-11:40 am 3 $28 14283 Fri 11/04 11:00-11:40 am 3 $28 14280 Wed 11/09 11:00-11:40 am 3 $28 Gymnastics Boys program - Intermediate 5 to 16 years 14285 Wed 1/11 11:00-11:40 am 4 $33 Gymnasts will learn intermediate progressive skills on the floor, rings, 14288 Fri 1/13 11:00-11:40 am 4 $33 parallel bars, and high bar . The core strength and agility learned 14286 Wed 2/08 11:00-11:40 am 4 $33 through gymnastics transfers to success in all other sports . Individual 14289 Fri 2/10 11:00-11:40 am 4 $33 progress will be documented and recognition will be given at an 14287 Wed 3/07 11:00-11:40 am 3 $28 awards ceremony . There will be a $5 insurance fee payable 14290 Fri 3/09 11:00-11:40 am 3 $28 to MVG on the first day of class . This is a onetime fee per session! If you are in multiple classes this fee covers all classes . 3 to 4 year olds location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 14292 Sat 10/15 9:00- 9:40 am 3 $28 MvG Boys - Intermediate 14291 Tue 10/18 6:45- 7:25 pm 3 $28 14294 Sat 11/05 9:00- 9:40 am 3 $28 14197 Fri 10/14 3:30- 4:55 pm 5 $55 14293 Tue 11/08 6:45- 7:25 pm 3 $28 14198 Fri 1/13 3:30- 4:55 pm 11 $108 14297 Tue 1/10 6:45- 7:25 pm 4 $33 14298 Sat 1/14 9:00- 9:40 am 4 $33 Mom and Tot Gymnastics 2 year olds 14299 Tue 2/07 6:45- 7:25 pm 4 $33 This is a preschool gymnastics program . 14300 Sat 2/11 9:00- 9:40 am 4 $33 Puppets, stories, and rewards are used to 14301 Tue 3/06 6:45- 7:25 pm 3 $28 help maintain students' attention while mas- 14302 Sat 3/10 9:00- 9:40 am 3 $28 tering basic gymnastic skills on beam, bar, tramp, air track, and floor exercises . Students little Flippers - level I 3 to 5 years learn classroom behavior, large motor skills, This is an accelerated gymnastics program for children ages 3-4 . coordination, and self-confidence . Parent Students will learn progressive skills on the beam, floor, bars, and involvement is required . trampoline in a structured environment . Individual progress will be location: Community Center documented . Your Little Flipper will feel pride with each success! If Instructor: Cindy Angevine your child is 3 years old they must have completed 6 months in Tiny 14224 Fri 10/14 9:30-10:10 am 3 $28 Tots Gymnastics 3 years before entering this class . If your child is 4 CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE 14220 Tue 10/18 6:00- 6:40 pm 3 $28 years old they must have completed 3 months in Tiny Tots Gymnastics 14222 Wed 10/19 9:30-10:10 am 3 $28 4 years before entering this class . 14225 Fri 11/04 9:30-10:10 am 3 $33 location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 14221 Tue 11/08 6:00- 6:40 pm 3 $28 14201 Fri 10/14 12:15-12:40 pm 3 $28 14223 Wed 11/09 9:30-10:10 am 3 $28 14202 Fri 10/14 1:00- 1:40 pm 3 $28 14203 Fri 11/04 12:15-12:40 pm 3 $33 14232 Tue 1/10 6:00- 6:40 pm 4 $33 14313 Fri 11/04 1:00- 1:40 pm 3 $28 14234 Wed 1/11 9:30-10:10 am 4 $33 14204 Fri 1/13 12:15-12:40 pm 4 $33 14236 Fri 1/13 9:30-10:10 am 4 $33 14205 Fri 1/13 1:00- 1:40 pm 4 $33 14233 Tue 2/07 6:00- 6:40 pm 4 $33 14206 Fri 2/10 12:15-12:40 pm 4 $33 14235 Wed 2/08 9:30-10:10 am 4 $33 14207 Fri 2/10 1:00- 1:40 pm 4 $33 14237 Fri 2/10 9:30-10:10 am 4 $33 14208 Fri 3/09 12:15-12:40 pm 3 $28 14228 Tue 3/06 6:00- 6:40 pm 3 $28 14209 Fri 3/09 1:00- 1:40 pm 3 $28 14229 Wed 3/07 9:30-10:10 am 3 $28 14230 Fri 3/09 9:30-10:10 am 3 $28 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 16 Sports F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Stick-Fighting Club 12 years and older This introductory Filipino stick-fighting class is a one and a half hour session for men and women ages 12 and older . Students will begin little Flippers - level II - III 3 to 5 years with learning basic stick-fighting techniques and practice methods This is an accelerated gymnastics program for children ages 3-4 . then end with more advanced techniques and some grappling . Stick- Students will learn progressive skills on the beam, floor, bars, and fighting training and styles will include single-stick, double-stick, knife trampoline in a structured environment . Individual progress will be vs . stick, and other combinations . Sticks will be supplied and available documented . Your Little Flipper will feel pride with each success! Child for sale . No experience necessary . Wear athletic or work-out clothing . must have passed Little Flippers I & II location: Senior Center Instructor: Darryl vidal location: Community Center Instructor: Cindy Angevine 14074 Wed 10/19 8:00- 9:30 pm 1 $17 14210 Fri 10/14 1:45- 2:25 pm 3 $28 14075 Wed 11/16 8:00- 9:30 pm 1 $17 14211 Fri 11/04 1:45- 2:25 pm 3 $28 14077 Wed 1/18 8:00- 9:30 pm 1 $17 14213 Fri 1/13 1:45- 2:25 pm 4 $33 14078 Wed 2/15 8:00- 9:30 pm 1 $17 14214 Fri 2/10 1:45- 2:25 pm 4 $33 14215 Fri 3/09 1:45- 2:25 pm 3 $28 14079 Wed 3/21 8:00- 9:30 pm 1 $17 Martial Arts Family discounts are available as Mini Sports Skills follows: after the first family The perfect class for your young member enrolls, each additional athlete to learn the basic skills of family member will receive a $10 the sports in a fun filled discount for a beginning class and environment! Athletes will learn $20 discount for the Advanced/ the basics of the sport while Intermediate class . Students will be able to participate in martial arts having fun in a non-competitive demonstrations at various community events . class designed for all ability location: Senior Center Instructor: Darryl vidal levels . location: California Oaks Karate Beginning 7 years and older Sports park This class is designed so students can progress through a belt Instructor: patricia Burruel or promotion process . Students will learn basic karate stances, blocks, Janet Carbajal strikes, kicks, kata, self-defense, and sparring . 14068 Tue 9/20 7:00- 8:00 pm 11 $81 14069 Tue 1/10 7:00- 8:00 pm 8 $66 Basketball- AM 3 to 5 years 13485 Thu 10/06 9:00- 9:45 am 4 $38 Karate Intermediate 7 years and older 13486 Thu 11/03 9:00- 9:45 am 3 $29 Intermediate Karate is for belts yellow through purple and includes 13487 Tue 12/06 9:30-10:15 am 3 $29 self-defense techniques, kata (floor routine) and kumite (sparring) . 13488 Thu 1/12 9:00- 9:45 am 3 $29 14070 Tue,Thu 9/20 8:00- 8:00 pm 11 $97 13489 Wed 2/01 9:00- 9:45 am 4 $38 14071 Tue,Thu 1/10 8:00- 8:00 pm 8 $82 13490 Tue 3/06 9:30-10:15 am 4 $38 Basketball- pM 3 to 5 years Karate Advanced 7 years and older 13491 Mon 11/07 4:00- 4:45 pm 3 $29 Advanced Karate is for belts blue through black and includes all the 13492 Mon 2/06 4:00- 4:45 pm 3 $29 above plus grappling and take-downs . 14072 Tue,Thu 9/20 8:00- 9:00 pm 11 $97 Soccer-AM 3 to 5 years 14073 Tue,Thu 1/10 8:00- 9:00 pm 8 $82 13473 Tue 10/04 9:30-10:15 am 4 $38 13474 Wed 11/02 9:00- 9:45 am 3 $29 Karate Juniors 4 to 6 years 13475 Thu 12/01 9:00- 9:45 am 3 $29 Junior Karate class, for children 4 to 6, will be a primer for regular 13476 Tue 1/10 9:30-10:15 am 4 $38 13477 Thu 2/02 9:00- 9:45 am 4 $38 CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE Kempo Karate . Students will learn basic stances, strikes and kicks, and will be able to earn their yellow belt . Class will include stretching, 13478 Wed 3/07 9:00- 9:45 am 4 $38 warm-ups, karate drills, and bag work . After earning their yellow belt, Soccer-pM 3 to 5 years students will be able to advance to Karate Intermediate when they turn 13493 Mon 12/05 4:00- 4:45 pm 3 $29 6 years old . 13494 Mon 3/05 4:00- 4:45 pm 4 $38 14082 Thu 9/22 6:30- 7:00 pm 10 $53 T-Ball-AM 3 to 5 years 14083 Thu 1/12 6:30- 7:00 pm 8 $46 13479 Wed 10/05 9:00- 9:45 am 4 $38 13480 Tue 11/01 9:30-10:15 am 4 $38 Self-Defense Class 14 years and older 13482 Wed 1/11 9:00- 9:45 am 3 $29 This self-defense class is a two and a half hour seminar for men and 13483 Tue 2/07 9:30-10:15 am 3 $29 women ages 14 and older . The class will highlight simple and practical 13484 Thu 3/08 9:00- 9:45 am 4 $38 self-defense topics, techniques, breakaways from holds and grabs, T-Ball-pM 3 to 5 years and training and practice with bags and equipment . No experience 13495 Mon 10/03 4:00- 4:45 pm 4 $38 necessary . Wear athletic or work-out clothing . 13496 Mon 1/16 4:00- 4:45 pm 3 $29 location: Senior Center Instructor: Darryl vidal 14080 Sat 11/12 9:00-11:30 am 1 $26 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 17 Sports F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Guzman Championship Tennis "Tiny Shots" 3 to 5 years This is an action packed tennis program focusing on children ages 3 - 5 years old . The program will introduce all tennis strokes; forehand, backhand, volley, overhand, and serve using tennis drills and games, which promote fun as well as skills . They will be tested on each skill as the weeks progress to see what they have learned . location: California Oaks Sports park Instructor: Alison Guzman 13510 Tue 10/04 10:30-11:15 am 7 $71 13512 Tue 1/10 10:30-11:15 am 5 $51 13513 Tue 2/21 10:30-11:15 am 6 $61 Guzman Championship Adult Tennis 18 years and older This is an adult beginner tennis class . We will teach all the basic strokes, forehand, backhand, volley, overhead, and serve . We will teach you how to play matches and show you how much fun tennis is . Come out and get started on a sport of a lifetime . location: California Oaks Sports park Instructor: Alison Guzman 13497 Tue 10/04 9:30-10:30 am 7 $71 13499 Tue 1/10 9:30-10:30 am 5 $51 13500 Tue 2/21 9:30-10:30 am 6 $61 On-line regisTraTiOn fee Guzman Championship Tennis "Hot Shots" 6 to 14 years Beginner Tennis is a class designed for children 6 years and older with little or no tennis experience . We will focus on learning the forehand, backhand, forehand volley, backhand volley, overhead and serve . These will be taught with attention to proper technique using great drills and fun games . The children will learn the tennis footwork and work their bodies with some fitness drills . They will leave sweaty, Now Only $ 1 per transaction . but always with a smile!! Intermediate Tennis is a class designed for children 6 years and older with beginning tennis experience . All of the basic tennis strokes will continued to be worked on with stict attention to technique, and teaching new aspects of the game like grip changes, Online You’re CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE different spins, quick footwork and agility drills . This class will begin to bring the children to the next level as they learn to play points, keep score and play matches . They will love to watch themselves improve First IN LINE and grow as a tennis player . Convenient - The flexibility to register and pay at your location: California Oaks Sports park Instructor: Alison Guzman convenience, anytime, from anywhere. Beginner Hot Shots Saves Time - In less than five minutes, you can setup 13502 Tue 10/04 3:30- 5:00 pm 7 $106 your account and enroll for your program. 13506 Tue 1/10 3:30- 5:00 pm 5 $76 13508 Tue 2/21 3:30- 5:00 pm 6 $91 Easy - Three simple steps and you’ll be enrolled in the Intermediate Hot Shots program of your choice. 13503 Tue 10/04 5:00- 6:30 pm 7 $106 Environment - You don't have to burn gas to drive over 13507 Tue 1/10 5:00- 6:30 pm 5 $76 and register inperson, and it saves paper. 13509 Tue 2/21 5:00- 6:30 pm 6 $91 www.murrieta.org w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 18 Toddler Development Visual Arts F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 little Critters 3 to 5 years Little Critters is a progressive program for children ages 3-5 . All classes Beading Bonanza 5 to 17 years focus on building children's self-esteem, attention spans and social Children will create a development through games, music, crafts, and supervised group play . matching set of Little Critters provides a safe and fun environment for children to try jewelry, including new activities and interact with other kids their own age . Participants earrings and a must be potty trained . Registration typically begins on the 15th of the necklace, using a month prior to the start of the new session . Non-resident registration wide variety of high will be the next day . No one will be permitted to register for both a quality beads . We use M/W/F and T/TH class in the same month . only the highest location: Copper Canyon park Instructor: Recreation Staff quality Czech glass 13871 M .W,F 10/03 9:00-12:00 pm $109 beads, fresh water 13872 Tue,Thu 10/04 9:00-12:00 pm $76 pearls and findings . 13873 M .W,F 10/31 9:00-12:00 pm $100 $8 Material fee paid 13874 Tue,Thu 11/01 9:00-12:00 pm $76 to the instructor . 14432 M .W,F 1/09 9:00-12:00 pm $100 location: Community Center Instructor: TBA 14435 Tue,Thu 1/10 9:00-12:00 pm $76 14382 Sat 10/15 9:00-12:00 pm 1 $30 14433 M .W,F 2/06 9:00-12:00 pm $100 14383 Sat 1/07 9:00-12:00 pm 1 $30 14436 Tue,Thu 2/07 9:00-12:00 pm $76 14434 M .W,F 3/05 9:00-12:00 pm $109 14437 Tue,Thu 3/06 9:00-12:00 pm $76 Cartooning for Kids 8 years and older Hey girls and boys! In this cartooning class you will learn to draw fun paint, paste, and pour 2 to 5 years cartoon characters . Explore your imagination while crating colorful Kids love to get messy - and what better place than somewhere else! cartoon such as animals, critters, and more . Join our Paint, Paste, and Pour class where we will set-up different location: Community Center Instructor: TBA stations, so your child can explore and discover goop, flubber, paint, 14395 Sat 10/15 11:30- 1:00 pm 2 $30 dough, and much more . This class will allow them to move about freely from one activity to the next, socialize, and create, and you don’t have to clean up! So put on your play clothes & share this special time with Fun with Art 6 to 14 years your little ones . Parent participation required . Does your child like to be creative? We will be exploring all dimensions location: Community Center Instructor: Kelly Clayton of art in this class . Drawing, painting, sculpting, and much more . The 13730 Mon 10/03 9:30-10:15 am 6 $46 possibilties are endless! 13729 Thu 10/06 9:30-10:15 am 6 $46 location: A Child's Attic Instructor: Jennifer Nilsson 13733 Mon 1/02 9:30-10:15 am 6 $46 14388 Thu 10/06 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $45 13731 Thu 1/05 9:30-10:15 am 6 $46 14389 Thu 11/03 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $45 13734 Mon 2/20 9:30-10:15 am 6 $46 14390 Thu 12/08 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $45 13732 Thu 2/23 9:30-10:15 am 6 $46 14391 Thu 1/05 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $45 14392 Thu 2/02 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $45 Smart Start 2 to 4 years 14393 Thu 3/01 4:30- 5:30 pm 4 $45 Smart Start is an environment rich in education, literature, imagination, communication, crafts and music t hrough hands on experiences . It's a Introduction to Weaving 10 years and older classroom setting based on new themes monthly . Each theme is Basic hands-on developmentally appropriate curriculum preparing children for primary techniques for education . This class is a parent participation class geared towards setting up looms, teaching every learner and focusing on cognitive, physical, and social weaving on a CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE development . 4-harnesss loom, location: Community Center Instructor: Christy Baca and an off the loom Smart Start 2 year olds tapestry project . 14096 Tue 10/04 9:30-10:30 am 4 $51 Learn to see and 14097 Tue 11/01 9:30-10:30 am 4 $51 understand 14098 Tue 12/06 9:30-10:30 am 4 $51 patterns, materials, 14099 Tue 1/10 9:30-10:30 am 4 $51 and the comcepts 14100 Tue 2/07 9:30-10:30 am 4 $51 of weaving . Materials provided; bring your loom if you have one . Take 14101 Tue 3/06 9:30-10:30 am 4 $51 home 2 woven projects after 8 weeks . Fun yarn fraft for all ages . Smart Start 3 to 4 years location: Community Center Instructor: TBA 14102 Tue 10/04 10:45-11:45 am 4 $51 14384 Fri 10/07 4:00- 5:30 pm 8 $89 14103 Tue 11/01 10:45-11:45 am 4 $51 14385 Fri 1/06 4:00- 5:30 pm 8 $89 14104 Tue 12/06 10:45-11:45 am 4 $51 14386 Fri 3/02 4:00- 5:30 pm 8 $89 14105 Tue 1/10 10:45-11:45 am 4 $51 14106 Tue 2/07 10:45-11:45 am 4 $51 14107 Tue 3/06 10:45-11:45 am 4 $51 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 19 Visual Arts Parks Maintenance F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Sewing Beginner 12 years and older pARKS MAINTENANCE OFFICE This class will give you just the right jump start into understanding your machine and the essentials of sewing . We will be learning how to use Have a question regarding one of our parks and/ a sewing machine and some basic stitching methods . You will learn or park maintenance concerns? Or have an idea fitting, fabric type, sewing terms, pattern instructions, and mending on how to improve our parks? Contact the Parks basics . We will be working on and accomplishing two projects during Maintenance office with your park maintenance the course as well . It is best to have your own machine, but machines related questions and we will be happy to will be available to rent . To rent a machine, please email the instructor answer them! You may contact Bob Kast, Parks at babyblossomstore@yahoo .com . A supply list will be given out on the Superintendent and/or Rosa Vega by calling first day of class .$5 due to instructor first day of class for patterns . (951) 461-6124 . location: Community Center Instructor: Shannon Moss 13592 Mon 10/03 6:50- 8:15 pm 8 $86 WATER CONSERvATION: 13593 Mon 1/30 6:50- 8:15 pm 7 $86 The City continues to implement water conservation measures throughout the city . More drought tolerant plant material continues to be planted in various areas throughout the City of Murrieta as well as drip irrigation systems . 98% of the irrigation controllers that the City utilizes to irrigate its parks, slopes, medians and streetscapes are SMART Controller technology . If you should have any questions and/or concerns regarding City maintained landscape call 951-461-6124 . JUNIOR RANGER Would you like to become a Junior Ranger? Now you can! The program would educate youths at an early age the importance of our parks, trails, and Sewing Intermediate 12 years and older local wildlife as well as have them take an *Must have own sewing machine and know the basics of sewing, how active approach . Some of the different activities to thread a machine, and read through a pattern on their own . This included in achieving the Junior Ranger badge class will require knowledge of stitches, fabric types, pattern notions and certificate are: and fitting .* We will be teaching fun applications in this class! Learn • Classroom activities that can educate students on local wildlife, how to hem with regular stitch and other hidden hem (blind hem) and flora, the importance of taking care of our parks and trails, and applications you may not be aware of on your machine (shell tuck, learn who and what a Park Ranger is . elastic, scallop, and many other stitches) . Master the button hole and • A day out with a Park Ranger at a local park . hidden zipper . You will be allowed to choose from approved projects to work on during class based on the applications we will be covering . If you are interested in participating in the Junior Ranger program, Learn everything you need to know about mending and fitting clothes contact the Community Services Department, Parks Maintenance that are too big or too small . You will feel comfortable to grow as a Office at (951) 461-6124 . seamstress after completing this course . location: Community Center Instructor: Shannon Moss 13652 Mon 10/03 6:30- 8:00 pm 8 $87 Equestrian park The City of Murrieta opened the Murrieta CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE 13653 Mon 1/30 6:30- 8:00 pm 7 $87 Equestrian Park, on the corner of Juniper Sugar Skulz Art 4 years and older and Hayes (42670 Juniper, Murrieta CA The art of making sugar skulls traces back to the 'Day of the Dead' 92562) in October 2010 . The facility is rituals of the indigenous people of Mexico and are made in honor of open to the public and also available for those who have passed away . For centuries skulls have been used in rental for equestrian events . various types of art forms to interpret different perspectives of life . The The facility features one main arena (300' x 150') & one warm up sugar skulls are made out of sugar and decorated with royal icing . It arena (150' x 75'), one dressage arena, parking, Port-O-lets, and hardens like a rock and is used for decorations during Fall . This is an water . Art form that is enjoyed by all ages . Hours of operation are daily 8:00am location: Community Center Instructor: TBA - dusk, however the park may be 14394 Fri 10/21 6:00- 7:30 pm 1 $15 closed Saturdays or Sundays for shows . For information on reserving an arena for a clinic or hosting an event or show; please call 951 304- PARK (7275) . w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 20 Adult Sports Teen Zone F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Baseball Ever dreamed of playing in the Major League? Have you ever wondered what it felt like hit- All Good Drivers Internet Driving Course 14 to 18 years ting a home run with a wood bat? Well then Driver Education is a California required course for teens to receive a the City of Murrieta has a league for you . driver's license . It is the first step that must be taken so teens can Currently Murrieta offers an Adult Wood Bat receive a driver's license . The course includes parent involvement and Baseball League . There are many leagues like is fun, interactive, and educational . Coursework can be completed at this across the nation but none have been any time of day or night . DMV accepted completion certificates are offered by a City in the Inland Empire until issued upon successful completion of the course . This class does not now . Murrieta’s league is now in its 4th sea- include behind the wheel driving . Simply register with the Community son . The season follows the MLB season and Services Department and your login and password will be e-mailed to runs for 22 weeks from March through you . Upon receiving the e-mail you can begin the course and you will September . All games are on Sundays and be driving safely in no time . Register anytime, this class is an can be played at multiple sites . Majority of games occur at the Los independent study to be completed at your own pace . Alamos Hills Sports Park . Check with the Community Services location: Internet Instructor: Nellie Buchanan Department for dates and times . 13594 Sat 10/01 6:00- 8:00 pm 5 $76 For more information and registration details for any of the three 13595 Tue 11/01 6:00- 8:00 pm 4 $76 Adult Sports please visit www .murrieta .org . If you are unable to field 13596 Thu 12/01 6:00- 8:00 pm 5 $76 a full roster contact the Community Services Department and ask to 13597 Mon 1/02 6:00- 8:00 pm 5 $76 be place on the free agent list . 13598 Wed 2/01 6:00- 8:00 pm 4 $76 13599 Thu 3/01 6:00- 8:00 pm 5 $76 Soccer Makeup and Skin Care for Teens 12 to 18 years Tired of just watching the Master the step-by-step makeup application techniques to enhance kids play soccer? Anxious your beauty . Succeed in covering and treating acne and dark under-eye to get in there and kick the circles . Learn how to take care of your skin . Understand your skin type ball the way you’d like? and how to ensure beautiful clear skin . Create different looks for Whether you love the game different occasions . Learn makeup application and what colors work of soccer, or just want to best for you . There is a $25 material fee due to instructor at start of get out and play, join in one class . of our Women’s or Coed location: Community Center Instructor: Michelle Jackson Soccer Leagues . All leagues 14413 Fri 10/07 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 $51 are played under modified 8 14414 Fri 1/27 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 $51 v8 rules . Come participate 14415 Fri 3/23 6:00- 9:00 pm 1 $51 in one of our Adult soccer leagues where neighbors, friends, and co- workers can share an hour of fun and good exercise . The purpose of the Murrieta Adult Soccer League is to promote the 1st Annual Rocktober sport of soccer by providing the opportunity to play organized soccer Saturday, October 22, 2011, 11:00AM– 7:00pm, within the community . We are currently affiliated with the Cal South 30875 Rancho Vista Rd Temecula, CA 92592 Adult League . The Adult Soccer League provides a positive environ- The Battle of the Bands is getting a new look this year . Temecula and ment for competition while emphasizing good sportsmanship . Come Murrieta have combined to bring you an all day music festival; for out and we’ll see how many of you can still “Bend it like Beckham .” youth, by youth . Any and all youth bands interested in performing We have two seasons a year . should visit their City’s Community Services Department for more information . Bands will be competing for the chance to win a three hour recording session from Lake Sound Studios in Lake Elsinore! CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE Softball Don’t have a band? Want to come watch? Advanced tickets are only Are you looking to relive those glory days $5 . Purchase Online . when you were the All-Star of your Applications for bands should be submitted to 40600 California Oaks Baseball/Softball team? Then show off Rd .; Murrieta, CA 92562 or bdavis@murrieta .org . your skills in Murrieta’s Adult Softball League . Murrieta Community Services YAC Department offers spring, fall, and a sum- The next Youth Advisory Committee will be taking applications in mer mini-season for all Adult Softball August for the 2010/2011 Committee . The committee is responsible leagues . There is a men’s league and a for representing the youth of Murrieta . Not only will they have a voice coed league in which you can choose to on the Community Services Commission but they will act as the youth participate in! liaison for the final touches on the future Youth Center . The YAC is open The Adult Softball League provides a positive environment for com- to any and all youth 7th-12th grades who currently reside in Murrieta . petition while emphasizing good sportsmanship . Come out and show You can find our application and a link to our home page at www . us what you’ve got! Get your team of bat-wielding hooligans together facebook .com/murrietayac . and let’s Play Ball! We have three seasons a year . w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 21 Facility Reservations Now F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Accepted On-line! NEW! Reservations accepted for All Shelters! • Reservations must be made in person, on-line, and/or by mail on a Shelter Reservation form . Our office is lcated at the Murrieta Community Center at 41810 Juniper Street . • Reservations are NOT confirmed until a Park Rental Agreement is received . • Reservation must be made a minimum of 3 days in advance and can be made up to 6 months from the date of application • Reservations Fees: Residents $20 for the first 5 hours* Non-residents $40 for the first 5 hours *each additional hour is $5 *Los Alamos Hills - Large Group $40 for the first 5 hours Redident $40 Non-Resident $80 *Reservations are not accepted on holidays including Mother's Day and Father's Day . looking for a place to hold your reception, anniversary, birthday party, or holiday event? Then we have the place for you! The Murrieta Community Center is available for reservations most weekends . The facility features a 3,600 CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE square foot hall with seating for 250 people and warming kitchen . Call the Community Services Department at 951 461-6111 for rental fees and availability . (note - Alcohol is permitted at this facility, ask about restrictions .) w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 22 Senior Center F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 41717 Juniper St., Murrieta, CA 92562 Phone: (951) 304-7275 Center Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Closed most holidays Riverside County Office on Aging (800) 510-2020 Murrieta Senior Center offers numerous programs to active seniors who do not require special care or adult supervision . Active senior citizens age 50 or better are welcome . There is no membership fee . Fees apply to some classes and excursions . Come for classes, conversation, cards, billiards, shuffleboard, embroidery, computer lab, lunch, and much more . Regular operating hours are Monday through Friday 8am to 4pm . The center is closed on holidays . For more information call (951) 304-7275 lunch program The Murrieta Senior Center‘s lunch program is a great way to get to Devine Sewers of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood know your fellow neighbors while having a great nutritious meal . Never quilted, but think it might be something you want to learn Lunch is provided Mon, Wed, Thurs, and Fri at 11:30am, Tue at then come enjoy a morning of socialization in a very friendly 11:00am . A $3 .00 donation is requested for persons 60 years and atmosphere . All levels of quilters are welcome . Group meets every older . Reservations must be made 24 hours in advance by calling Wednesday from 9am – noon (951) 461-6123 Embroidery Group Billiard Social Come and join Embroidery! A great way to meet new people as well The center has two regulation size pool tables that are open for as see new ways to embroider like: Brazilian, Elizabethan, and playing during regular hours . We currently have a billiard workshop Ribbon . Bring your own work, some instruction available . for beginners on Monday’s from 8-10am . Our billiard social is on the first Wednesday of each month from 12:30-2:30pm . Prizes are Art workshop awarded to the winners . Join us to for an afternoon of art and socialization . It’s a time to bring your artwork and have quiet time to work while working ladies Windsong Harmony alongside fellow art lovers . No teaching, work is on your own . Women who like to sing come on out . Sing and perform with others who share your love of music! Old time barbershop harmonies and Senior Chess Group Come enjoy a friendly game of chess, all levels welcome! CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE modern music too . Class is every Tuesday from 12-2:30pm Fridays from 11:00 - 4:00 pm popcorn & Movie Come enjoy the latest movie release while snacking on popcorn and drink . Movies change weekly, movie suggestions are welcome . Showtime is every Friday at 1pm . Ice-Cream social Like Ice cream? On the first Thursday of each month at 1pm come and enjoy a free special ice cream treat . Sponsored by Scan and Fountain Glen Apartments Rowdy Readers - Book Club! Craft-n-chat The Murrieta Senior Center has formed its own Join us for a fun filled afternoon of craft and chatting . Bring your book club . We meet the 2nd Wednesday own crafts, sewing machines and join our growing group . Group of each month from 12 – 2pm . meets every Friday 1pm . Happy R eading! w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 23 Senior Support Services Senior Ukulele Strummers Like to play the Ukuele? Like to sing? Then come join this fun group! F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Blood pressure checks - Come and get your blood pressure read on Songs of the 20's through 70's as well as country and Hawaiian . All Monday’s from 9:30- 11:30 . levels of players and singers from beginner to experienced welcome . location: Senior Center veterans Benefits – A councilor will be on hand to help with Second and fourth Monday’s 1:00pm paperwork and answer questions . No appointment necessary, meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month from 8am to Senior XYZ potluck 12noon . Come join this senior group for a night of entertainment, prizes, friendship, and don't forget to bring your favorite dish to share . legal Aide- Anita Milner, a volunteer lawyer is available to help answer location: Senior Center questions and assist with legal advice . She meets on the first and third Third Wednesday 5:00pm Thursday of each month . You must call the last Thursday of the month to make your appointment . COMpUTER ClASSES Notary service – Free to seniors . Norma Serna volunteers her time to Introduction to Computer Notarize documents . You must call for an appointment . She is available Learn the basic terminology and on the first Tuesday of every month . concepts; as well as how to read a computer ad, basic computer Bereavement group – Hospice of the Valley has an 8 week maintenance, and how to protect your bereavement group that meets at the center . Please call (951) 672- computer from hackers . 1666 to find out dates and times . location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 14118 Thu 10/06 1:00 - 2:00 pm 4 $40 Alzheimer’s group – This group offers you the opportunity to share 14119 Fri 11/04 11:30 - 2:00 pm 2 $40 your stories, connect with others in similar situations, and get help with 14120 Thu 12/01 2:30 - 3:30 pm 4 $40 problem solving . The group meets on the second Monday from 14121 Fri 01/13 11:30 - 2:30 pm 4 $40 10-11am . 14122 Fri 02/10 10:00 - 11:00 am 4 $40 4123 Thu 03/08 1:00 - 2:00 pm 4 $40 parkinson group- Learn how to manage living with Parkinson’s from other persons affect by the disease, including caregivers and family members . Group meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month from Introduction to Computer ll 1-3pm. After taking the introduction to computer class, this class is a great class to follow . You will continue getting the help you need, learn to customize your computer needs, introduce applications, and tour Windows operating system . Senior Activities location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 14124 Fri 10/07 10:00 - 11:00 am 4 $40 14125 Thu 01/12 2:30 - 3:30 pm 4 $40 14126 Fri 03/09 11:30 - 12:30 pm 4 $40 AARp Driving Class Want to save money on your car insurance? Come to this Introduction to Computer III AARP driver safety program . Word processing is the most widely used program on the computer . Classes fill up quickly so pre- Using Wordpad, students will learn basic text formatting, saving and registration is required . A $12 opening a file, correcting errors, selection and copy/pasting, details of fee for AARP members is due the print dialog box, the difference between File Save and File Save As, the first day of class . (You as well as fonts and font attributes . must show proof of location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar membership to get membership price or cost is $14 for non 14127 Fri 10/07 1:00 - 2:00 pm 4 $40 14128 Fri 12/02 1:00 - 2:00 pm 4 $40 CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE members) location: Senior Center 14129 Thu 02/09 1:00 - 2:00 pm 4 $40 4hr class 13575 Wed 1/18 11:30- 4:00 pm Introduction to Digital photography 8 hour class In addition to learning concepts and 13573 Wed,Thu 11/16 11:30- 3:30 pm terminology, students will learn the features 13576 Wed,Thu 03/21 11:30- 3:30 pm of a digital camera, buying a camera, storing images on a camera and computer . location: Senior Center Senior Bridge Instructor: Elaine Bryskar Intermediate Mon & Thur 12:30pm 14143 Fri 01/13 10:00 - 11:00 am 4 $40 Duplicate Tue 12:30pm Beginning Wed 12:30pm w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 24 Senior Activities F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Introduction to Windows 7 "Getting Started" Windows 7 has a new look! Review the Start Menu, and Task Bar . Introduction to Digital photography II Learn about logins, password hints and resetting your password, Aero Students will learn simple editing techniques, Peek and Aero Snap, Libraries, and the Gadget Bar . sending pictures thru email, proper printing location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar techniques, using Windows XP to create slide 14146 Tue 12/13 1:00 - 3:30 pm 2 $40 shows and screen savers . location: Senior Center Introduction to Window 7 " Desktop" Instructor: Elaine Bryskar Launch and work with multiple programs, display and hide toolbars, 14144 Thu 02/09 2:30 - 3:30 pm 4 $40 review dialog box control and jump lists . 14148 Tue 01/10 1:00 - 3:30pm 2 $40 Introduction to Digital photography III Students will learn about traveling with digital equipment, what to take, Introduction to Window 7 Internet Explorer 8 what to leave behind, subjects such as wildlife on land and sea, Learn about changes in Internet Explorer 8 including Tabbed Browsing, meeting the challenges of freezing temperatures and tropical heat, In Private Browsing, Accelerators, and more . capturing scenes from around the world, and bringing them home . location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 14145 Fri 03/09 1:00-2:00pm 4 $40 14155 Tue 11/01 1:00 - 3:30 pm 2 $40 14156 Tue 03/20 1:00 - 3:30 pm 2 $40 Introduction to Email Understanding Outlook Express . Create an address book for email and Introduction to Window 7 Email personal use email . Learn to create email, send attachments, and Keep in close contact with family and create a free email account . friends by sending e-mail and location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar attachments . Create an account in 14131 Thu 10/06 2:30 - 3:30 pm 4 $40 Yahoo which is available to you after 14132 Fri 12/02 11:30 - 12:30 pm 4 $40 class . Learn about, creating an address 14133 Thu 01/12 1:00 - 2:00 pm 4 $40 book, using groups, and a number of 14134 Fri 02/10 11:30 - 12:30 pm 4 $40 basic security tips . 14135 Fri 03/09 10:00- 11:00 am 4 $40 location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 14158 Tue 11/15 1:00 - 3:30 pm 2 $40 Introduction to Excel In this four week course, students will learn navigating a workbook, Introduction to Window 7 Movie Making l creating headers and footers, previewing, printing, saving a document, Every movie you ever saw was a story told through a series of short create a new workbook, entering and editing data, learning to create video clips, and each clip was only a few seconds long . Your movie will formulas using zoom, and spell check . be no different . After taking your movies and still photos, learn to location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar separate good from bad footage, arrange sequences, add special 14136 Thu 11/03 1:00 - 3:30 pm 3 $40 effects and titles using free software . Raw movie footage will be provided . A flash drive for Class is strongly recommended . Introduction to Internet I location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar Seniors will learn terminology and concepts, as well as navigation, 14157 Tue 11/29 1:00 - 3:30 pm 2 $40 search tools, and security on the net . location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 14137 Fri 10/07 11:30 - 12:30 pm 4 $40 Introduction to Window 7 Security 14138 Fri 12/02 10:00- 11:00 am 4 $40 Windows 7 security covers the Action Center, Window Firewall, 14139 Fri 02/10 1:00 - 2:00 pm 4 $40 Windows updates, and many other security features to make your 14140 Thu 03/08 2:30 - 3:30 pm 4 $40 Internet activities as safe as possible . location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar Introduction to Word 14153 Tue 10/18 1:00 - 3:30 pm 2 $40 In this four-week class, students will learn basic terminology and 14154 Tue 03/06 1:00 - 3:30 pm 2 $40 CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE concepts as well as creating, editing, and formatting a document . Students will also learn about inserting clipart, spellcheck, AutoCorrect, Introduction Window 7 Documents headers and footers, and manipulation of files and folders . An easy way to keep track of documents on your computer is to use location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar the Documents library . Learn to find, open, preview, copy, move, and 14142 Thu 12/01 1:00 - 2:00 pm 4 $40 save your files in libraries . location: Senior Center Introduction to pC Security Instructor: Elaine Bryskar In this class, you will learn facts and myths 14151 Tue 10/04 1:00 - 3:30 pm 2 $40 about PC Security assessing your computer 14152 Tue 02/14 1:00 - 3:30 pm 2 $40 for vulnerabilities . Learn to remove Spyware, adware, and other malware from your Introduction to Window 7 libraries computer . Also, find out if your wireless laptop With Window 7, learn to create, customize, organize, and access your is secure at home and on the go . folders regardless of where they're stored . location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar location: Senior Center Instructor: Elaine Bryskar 14141 Fri 01/13 1:00 - 2:00 pm 4 $40 14149 Tue 1/31 1:00 - 3:30 pm 2 $40 w w m m r r r t a . o g • 3 4 - P PA R ( 2 7 5 ) w w w .w . u r u i e i e t a .r o r g • 03 0 4 -A R K K 7 ( 7 2 7 5 ) 25 Senior Activities F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 GETTING HEAlTHY Senior Holiday Dinner & Show Roar into 2012 with this catered Senior Exercise dinner while enjoying music by What’s the secret to more energy and stamina? You will discover the Sam Defasio . Enjoy music, food answer in this simple workout class . Improve your posture and balance, and friends . tighten your stomach muscles, and lessen back pain while exercising location: Community Center with the use of a chair . Come join the fun, to look and feel great! 13571 Thu 12/29 4:00- 7:00 pm $12 location: Senior Center Instructor: lindi Abacherli Monday – Friday 10-10:45am $1 per class (or) $20 exercise card TRIpS Senior Excursions Senior Tai Chi location: Senior Center Improve your health true Tai Chi Chuan . Tai Chi Museum of Tolerance movements are slow, Spend the day at the museum of tolerance, where you will have an gentle and never unforgettable guided tour about the holocaust and the events that took strenuous . Tai Chi is a place during that time . Visitors become witnesses to history and preventing medicine, explore the dynamics of bigotry and discrimination that are still therapy, and remedy for embedded in society today! After the tour, enjoy shopping and many disorders . The browsing at the famous Farmers Market . Lunch on your own . low-impact non- 13588 Wed 10/12 8:30- 5:30 pm $43 strenuous nature of this exercise system makes it an ideal fitness routine for seniors of all ages . viejas Casino location: Senior Center Instructor: Gus poletti Enjoy a fun filled day in gaming and shopping at Viejas . $5 food Thursday’s 8:30-9:30am $6 per class discount coupon upon arrival 13589 Wed 11/16 8:30- 5:00 pm $11 Senior Yoga valley view Casino Yoga is a form of exercise that adapts to your needs and abilities that Come spend a day of gaming at the beautiful “Valley View Hotel and can be done even by senior citizens . It makes your body fitter and your Casino" located in Valley Center mind calmer, and more relaxed . Yes it also benefits the prevention and 13590 Wed 1/18 8:30- 4:30 pm $29 control of common health and emotional problems . location: Senior Center Instructor: Gus poletti palm Springs living Desert Friday’s 8:30-9:30am $6 per class Spend a wonderful day in Palm Springs, shopping and browsing among many shops with lunch on your own . Afternoon, a visit to the "Living Senior Zumba Gold Desert" Wildlife and Botanical Park . See the many animal exhibits, Zumba Gold is a Latin inspired dance fitness class that from barnowls, tortoise, hawks, snakes, and several cats . Plus a short incorporates Latin and International music with dance stop at Hadley's on the way home . movements creating a dynamic, exciting, and effective 13696 Thu 3/15 9:00- 5:00 pm $48 fitness program . This class combines fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body in an aerobic SpECIAl EvENTS fitness fashion to achieve a unique blended balance of 2012 Tour de Murrieta cardio and muscle toning benefits . Dancers and non- The 6th Annual 2012 Tour de dancers can easily master this class because you do Murrieta will be held March 9-11 not have to know how to dance to succeed at Zumba Gold! and will feature some of the most location: Senior Center Instructor: laura Maasberg competitive race teams in California . Tuesday 11:00-11:45am $6 per class or $20 per month (4classes) The courses will offer riders a taste of European racing as this year the Friday’s 10:30-11:15am $6 per class or $20 per month (4classes) time trial will travel through the City of Murrieta before heading west towards the hills and onto a portion of dirt road, on Saturday spectators CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE will be treated to a lightning fast-Grand Prix on a 1-mile course in Historic Downtown Murrieta, and on Sunday to a circuit race on a 3 .5 mile course . Up and coming professionals along with the area's top SpECIAl EvENTS amateurs will be competing for the coveted Leader's/Champion's Jersey awarded to the fastest overall rider in each category . Once Senior Halloween party again, the highlight event will be The Pacific Western Bank - Kid's Race Follow the Yellow brick road to our held on Saturday, March 10 . In an effort to promote the healthy sport Senior Halloween party . Food and fun for of cycling and safe riding, kid's ages 12 and under can participate in a all!!! closely supervised fun race on the same race course as the Pros . location: Senior Center Registration for the kids race is free with the donation of a canned food Mon 10/31 11:30- 1:00 pm item which benefit a local food pantry . For more information about specific times and locations log onto www .capoolsracing .org . location: Senior Center 14412 Sun, Fri, Sat 3/09 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 26 F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 City of Murrieta SKATE pARK Cost: Resident Annual Application Fee: $10 Non-Resident Annual All participants regardless of age are required to wear proper safety gear . At Application Fee: $50 Visit our website a minimum, this includes helmets as well as knee and elbow pads . NO EXCEPTIONS! The Skate Park schedule is subject to change due to holidays, Proof of residency required . for current hours . school special days, and weather related issues . The Skate Park is staffed by the City of Murrieta and all participants will be required to fill out a participation application . Minor participants are required to a have parent and/or guardian complete and sign the application . All applications must be filled out at the California Oaks Sports Park . For more information, please call 951-304-PARK or visit our website at www .murrieta .org City of Murrieta and Old Fashioned Picnic Produce for People Garden at Alta Murrieta Sports Park Sunday, October 23, 2011 1-4 pm Join us for a delicious BBQ, old CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE fashion style picnic games, a pie eating contest, live music and pick your pumpkin from the garden. A fund raising event for: Pr duce f r Pe ple A community garden to benefit our local food pantries All proceeds from this event benefit the Community Garden. w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) halloween 27 costume F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 exchange Childrens costumes can be dropped off between September 26th-30th at Murrieta Senior Center, Murrieta Community Center, or Murrieta City Hall SATURDAY "Shopping Day" October 1st • 2pm - 7pm Murrieta Community Center 41810 Juniper Street Murrieta ◆ 951-304-7275 ◆ www.murrieta.org CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE 2012 Tour de Murrieta The 6th Annual 2012 Tour de Murrieta will be held March 9-11 and will feature some of the most competitive race teams in California . The courses will offer riders a taste of European racing as this year the time trial will travel through the City of Murrieta before heading west towards the hills and onto a portion of dirt road, on Saturday spectators will be treated to a lightning fast-Grand Prix on a 1-mile course in Historic Downtown Murrieta, and on Sunday to a circuit race on a 3 .5 mile course . Up and coming professionals along with the area's top amateurs will be competing for the coveted Leader's/Champion's Jersey awarded to the fastest overall rider in each category . Once again, the highlight event will be The Pacific Western Bank - Kid's Race held on Saturday, March 10 . In an effort to promote the healthy sport of cycling and safe riding, kid's ages 12 and under can participate in a closely supervised fun race on the same race course as the Pros . Registration for the kids race is free with the donation of a canned food item which benefit a local food pantry . For more information about specific times and locations log onto www .capoolsracing .org . Location: Senior Center 14412 Sun, Fri, Sat 3/09 w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 28 COURAGE F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 SACRIFICE DEDICATION HONOR 9th Annual Veterans Day PARADE CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE f r i d a y , n o v e m b e r 11, 2 0 11 Downtown Murrieta / Town Square park For more information, please call parade begins on Washington Avenue at 10am (951) 304-7275 with a flyover and National Anthem. parade ends or go to our website at www.murrieta.org. at Town Square park with Field of Honor. w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 29 Special Events F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Santa Stops Santa will be at various locations throughout the city to visit the children of Murrieta between December 5th and December 14th Santa will be on 2011 his sleigh collecting canned food and toys for needy kids in the area . Keep an eye out for nightly schedules which will be available after November 29th . Holiday Food and Toy Drive The City of Murrieta’s Annual Toy and Food Drive is seeking donations of non-perishable food and new, unwrapped toys and gift cards to assist local families in need this holiday season . In addition to Santa picking up the food at the Santa Stops (stars), Holiday Home Decorating Contest you can drop off the food and toy donations to any of the following Sign up your house or your entire block for our Holiday Home locations from December 1st-22nd between 10am-2pm: Decorating Contest . To enter, please pick up an entry form at the Murrieta Community Center- 41810 Juniper Street Community Center starting on Tuesday, November 29, 2011 or Murrieta Senior Center-41717 Juniper Street enter online at www .murrieta .org . Entries must be received by Any of the 5 Murrieta Fire Stations Wednesday, December 7, 2011 at noon to be considered . Judging Murrieta Police Department- 24701 Jefferson Avenue is to take place on the weekend of December 11th . (weather Murrieta City Hall (closed Fridays) permitting) . Addresses MUST be in the city limits of Murrieta to For additional information, please call the Community Services participate . Department at 951-304-7275 letters From Santa Attention parents- your child(ren) can receive a letter from Santa himself- all YOU need to do is go online at www .murrieta .org and leave your childs name, address CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE (include zip code) and your phone number . Sit back and watch your childs reaction when the mail comes and there is a letter from Santa for your child to read . Addresses MUST be in the city limits of Murrieta to receive a letter- no exceptions . Santa’s elves will be mailing the letters daily between December 1st and 16th . Holiday Magic push Cart parade This year the City of Murrieta will host the 6th Annual Holiday Magic Push Cart Parade on Saturday, December 3, 2011 in Historic Downtown Murrieta . Join us for an evening filled with holiday charm . w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 30 F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Murrieta Public Library Eight Town Square Corner Bookstore Murrieta, CA 92562 39445 Los Alamos Road (951) 677-5350 Phone: (951) 304-BOOK (2665) Hours: Mon, Tue, Thur & Sat Fax: (951) 696-0165 10 am - 4 pm www .murrietalibrary .info Wed & Fri 10 am - 6 pm Hours of Operation Town Square Bookstore Monday & Tuesday 12 pm - 8 pm Eight Town Square Wednesday & Thursday 10 am - 6 pm (951) 600-5724 Friday & Saturday 10 am - 5 pm Hours: Mon-Sat 10 am - 4 pm As a team with civic heart, the Murrieta public library is dedicated Notary public to providing a vibrant environment with open access to exceptional Services services, collections, and programs while continuing to promote the The Murrieta Public Library joy of reading for an empowered and successful community. is proud to offer Notary services to our patrons on an appointment basis . Call Gretchen Sedlacek at (951) Community Room Rental 461-6147 to schedule an The Murrieta Public Library welcomes residents, non- appointment . residents, and non-profit organizations to utilize our Appointments may Community Room . Maximum occupancy: 185 . Includes: be scheduled: Video-conferencing, recording and Internet access via Mon - Tue 12 pm - 4 pm computer . The use of the Grand Piano and/or kitchen is Wed - Thur 10 am - 4 pm available for an additional fee . For more information, call Missy Matula at (951) 461-6133 . Application forms are Fees: $10 .00 for each available on our website at: www .murrietalibrary .info signature for taking an acknowledgment Three small study rooms are available free of charge, in one hour increments, on a first come, first served basis . to include the seal and Check at the Reference Desk for availability . writing of the certificate or for executing the jurat, including the seal . library visits and Class Tours volunteers Library Visits are the best way to familiarize your Bring your skills and passion to the Murrieta Public students with the materials available at the Murrieta Library! The Library has many wonderful opportunities Computer Access Public Library . Our fun and educational tours give for those who wish to volunteer including teens in need CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE students hands-on experience in discovering the best of Community Service hours; from shelving materials Free WiFi access is available way to use the Library and its resources . Together, with to pulling books to be sent to other libraries to mending throughout the Library . a little advance planning, we can create a memorable materials and so much more . There are 45 public computer library experience for all . All tours can be tailored to workstations with: the specific needs of each group . We are here for your For information on volunteering in the Library, go • Internet access students’ success! to the Library’s web page and follow the link in the • MS Office 2007 (Word, Volunteer box at the bottom of the page or http:// PowerPoint, Excel and Publisher) Scheduling a visit californialibraries .volunteermatch .org . You must • The ability to print in Three weeks before your visit, call (951) 304-BOOK attend one of the monthly volunteer orientations . black & white and color (2665) and ask for Children’s and Youth Services (fee) California libraries’ VolunteerMatch website is for Pre K – Grade 8 visits . Teachers need to submit promoting civic engagement through California public • Three large-screen completed library card applications at least one week monitors with Zoom Text prior to their class visit . libraries . software are available for the visually-impaired w w w. m u r r i e t a l i b r a r y. i n f o • 3 0 4 - B O O K ( 2 6 6 5 ) 31 Library Programs F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 N o r e gi s t r a t i o n i s r e quir e d unle s s o t h e r w i s e n o t e d . • Space is limited. • Free passes will be distributed 30 minutes before program begins on a first come, first-served basis until supply is exhausted. • Please arrive early to ensure seating. Carpooling is encouraged! • Programs subject to change. *Denotes programs sponsored by the Friends of the Murrieta Library . Storytimes Teen and Young Adult Programs *Mother Goose & Me Storytime SAT practice Test An on-the-lap storytime designed to introduce small children and Take a FREE practice SAT test at the Murrieta Public Library! Test their parents to stories, rhymes and activities that stimulate will be administered by Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions . Call the developing vocabulary . Library beginning August 8 to sign-up . Wednesdays, September 7 - December 14 and January 11 - April 25 Saturday, September 10, 10:00 am-2:00 pm . Grades 9-12 10:15-10:35 am . Birth to age 3 with an adult *Wee Wigglers Storytime SAT Test Strategies Workshop An independent group activity designed to introduce preschool age Parents and participations who took the SAT Practice Test are invited children to storytelling, the art of listening, being a member of a back to view test results . group, and to build a foundation for reading readiness . Monday, September 19, 5:00-6:00 pm . Grades 9-12 Wednesdays, September 7 - December 14 and January 11 - April 25 10:10-10:40 am . Ages 3-5 *picture It Art: A Teen Read Week Activity Bring a t-shirt, jeans, jacket…whatever you want to paint . Be creative, design and decorate! Painting materials will be provided . Come early - space is limited to 30 participants . Tickets are available School Age Programs 30 minutes before activity . Tuesday, October 18, 4:00-5:30 pm . Grades 6-12 *Big Trucks party *Soapmaking Fun Truck on over to the Murrieta Public Library and rev up your engines Make soap with us! Choose a color and scent to create your own for a rip-roaring good time! unique bar of soap . Perfect for gifts or for . . .yourself! Materials will be Saturday, September 3, 11 am . Families provided . Come early - space is limited to 24 participants . Tickets are available 30 minutes before activity . *Jumpstart- Read for the Record Saturday, November 19, 1:00-2:30 pm . Grades 6-8 Join over 2 million children as they read for the record, a movement to end inequality in early education . Arrive in comfort and style for this Comic Books 101 special pajama storytime and themed craft . Limited to 30 children . Want to know the when and why of comics; how they got started, Thursday, October 6, 10:30 am . Ages 3-5 evolved through the years and what's popular now? Ryan Haggerty, owner of Ryan’s Comics in Murrieta, will be presenting this program . *Scary Stories to Chill Your Bones Thursday, January 5, 2 pm . Grades 6-12 Are you brave enough for Scary Stories? Join us around the fireplace in the Garden of Verses for tales that are sure to send chills down *Chocolate lover’s Delight for Teens your spine . Warm beverages will be served . For your comfort please Dip chocolate covered strawberries and learn how to make [and bring lawn chairs or blankets . taste!] other chocolate treats . With culinary expert Mia Cucuta . Tuesday, October 25, 6 pm . Families Come early - space is limited to 20 participants . Monday, February 13, 4:00-5:00 pm . Grades 6-12 *Kyle’s Cartoon platoon Learn how to draw Australian animals with step-by-step instructions . Kyle creates a fun, interactive workshop that will leave you drawing Adult Programs well into the future . Limited to 70 children . Monday, November 14, 4 pm . Grades K-5 . CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE *Book Caddy Craft *Knitting Club Have quick access to your current read with a customized bedside Instructor Peggy Hagberg guides the Knitting Club the second book caddy . Design your own unique caddy that will hang from your Monday of the Month . Bring your knitting needles and yarn and have bed for some relaxing bedtime reading . Limited to 50 children . a great time knitting . Some experience recommended . Monday, December 5, 4 pm . Grades K-5 . Mondays, September 12, October 10, November 14, December 12 and January 9, 4:00-6:00 pm . No meeting in February . Adults *Star party in the Garden of verses Star light, star bright, what cool things we’ll see tonight! Explore the Job Search for Adults: Marketing Yourself in the New Economy night sky with John Garrett and members of the Temecula Valley Career coach Patricia Dorch of EXECU DRESS will share strategies and Astronomers . Fun for the whole family . Personal telescopes welcome . expert advice on how to get hired in these difficult economic times . Monday, January 30, 6 pm . Families Saturday, November 5, 2:00-3:30 pm . Adults *Cookie Decorating party *Delicious and Easy Holiday Appetizers! Create a sweet treat for your sweetie . We'll supply the cookies, you Culinary instructor and expert Mia Cucuta will demonstrate how to supply the imagination . Everyone is sure to enjoy this tasty program . make cold and delicious holiday appetizers . Come early – space is Limited to 50 children . limited to 20 participants . Tuesday, February 14, 4 pm . Grades K-5 Tuesday, December 13, 5:30-6:30 pm . Adults w w w. m u r r i e t a l i b r a r y. i n f o • 3 0 4 - B O O K ( 2 6 6 5 ) 32 F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Park Amenities Community Center / Rec. Room Tot Lot / Playground Equipment Softball Field (without Mound) Picnic Tables or Park Benches Baseball Field (with Mound) Catch and Release Pond Swimming/Wading Pool Bike Path/Walking Trail Restroom / Port-o-Lets Par Exercise Course Concession Stand Open Grass Areas Basketball Court Water Fountains Volleyball Court Amphitheater Football Field Spray Turtles Mature Trees Tennis Court Soccer Field Parking Lot Barbecue Horeshoe Shelters Acres Alta Murrieta Sports park 9.8 X l X U X X X X X X X 39775 Alta Murrieta Drive Antelope Hills park - Active 1.5 X X X X X X X 27385 Carlton Oaks Street Antelope Hills park - Natural 30 X X 27385 Carlton Oaks Street Antigua park 2.2 X X X X 41405 Nutmeg Street Barratt park 8.3 X X X X X X 24535 Las Brisas Road South Bear valley park - 1 20.4 X X 23340 Holly Drive Bear valley park - 2 4.0 X X X 23550 Rustic Road Blackmore Ranch 1.1 X X X X X X X X On Nutmeg Street just N . of Clinton Keith Rd . California Oaks Sports park 20.2 X l X X X X X X X X B X X X X X 40600 California Oaks Road Calle Cipres park 1.8 X X X X 38200 Calle Cipres Calle Estancia park 2.8 X X X X X X 24535 Calle Estancia Carson park .7 X X 37765 Cresta Del Reyo Century park 3.4 X X X X X X X X 39730 Las Brisas Road Cole Canyon park - Natural 165 X X 38230 Murrieta Creek Drive Community Center/Hunt Field 4.7 X l X X X X X X X X X 41810 Juniper Street Copper Canyon park 18.1 X U X X X X X X X X X X X X X 23790 Via Alisol Creekside villages 4.0 X X X X X X CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE Isaac Street off Whitewood Avenue Crystal Aire park 1.1 X X X 40479 Clybourne Circle Eastgate park .8 X X X 25200 Whitewood Road Echo Canyon park 1.5 X X X X 40371 Nutmeg Street Falcon's view park (#35) - Natural 19.5 X X 23800 Five Tribes Trail lincoln Ranch Trail 5.0 X X 27540 Sunset Way Firefighters park 3.3 X X X X X X X X X X X X 40005 Murrieta Hot Springs Road Glen Arbor park 20.8 X X X 23830 Jackson Avenue w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 33 Park Amenities F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 Community Center / Rec. Room Tot Lot / Playground Equipment Softball Field (without Mound) Picnic Tables or Park Benches Baseball Field (with Mound) Catch and Release Pond Swimming/Wading Pool Bike Path/Walking Trail Restroom / Port-o-Lets Par Exercise Course Concession Stand Open Grass Areas Basketball Court Water Fountains Volleyball Court Horeshoe Pits Amphitheater Football Field Spray Turtles Mature Trees Tennis Court Soccer Field Parking Lot Barbecue Shelters los Alamos Hills Sports park 47 Acres X l X X l X X X X X l X X 37000 Ruth Ellen Dr . at Hunter Rd . Mapleton park 9.3 X X X X X X X X U U X X X 28586 Pointsettia Street Meadowridge park 4.3 X X X X X 25185 Hancock Avenue Mira Mosa park 8.1 X X X X X X X X U X X 29486 Calle Andras Montafino park .8 X X X X 24146 Huntridge Road Monte vista park 1.1 X X X X 29535 Andromeda Street Mountain pride park 9.8 X X X X X U 41086 Mountain Pride Drive Mur. Elem. School park 4.5 X X X X X X U X X 24652 Adams Ave . Northstar park 3 X X X X X X Pictor Ave . east of Gemina Ave . Oak Mesa park (#28b) - Natural 7.5 X 23680 Clinton Keith Rd . Oak Tree park .3 X X 37710 Oxford Rd . palomar park 1.8 X X X X X 29750 Via Mira Mosa pond park 15.2 X X X X X X 39895 Murrieta Hot Springs Rd . Rancho Acacia park 9.7 X X X X X X X X 39785 Avenida Palizada Rosewood park .4 X 23890 Via Alisol Shady Maple park 4.8 X X X X X U U X 29785 Calle Andras Springbrook .5 X X X X 28360 Sevilla Street Sycamore park 2.7 X X X X X X CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE 23555 Madison Avenue Sykes Ranch park 5 X X X X X X X X 24145 Hayes Avenue Town Square park 4.2 X X X X X X 13 Town Square valley vista park 6.5 X X X X X X 24070 Morning Dove vinatge Reserve park 3.8 X X X X X X 26620 Kingwood Road Warm Springs park 23.8 X X X X X 39330 Via Temprano Whitewood park (park F) 1.8 X X X X 39333 Whitewood Road w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 34 F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 TH I NT ON KE I CL Copper Canyon Trail 1.46 mi. Copper Canyon Park Oak Tree Park Bear Valley Park - 1 Sycamore Park Bear Valley Park - 2 Sycamore Ranch Trail .72 mi. Calle Cipres Park (Oak Tree) Rosewood Park Crystal Aire Park Falcon's Vie .51 mi AL C LE Antigua Park DE Glen Arbor Park LO SO O RO NUTMEG ST Name TBD Echo Canyon Park Cole Canyon Natural Park Valley Vista Park Cole Canyon Trail WASHINGTON AVE 3.82 mi. Cole Canyon Trail Mountain Pride Park Montafino Park 3.82 mi. Vineyard Park TBD Sykes Ranch Park California Oaks Trail 1 mi. LEMON ST Century Pa Calle Estancia Park S RD AK N IA O Las Brisas Trail OR 1.14 mi. L IF Townsq uare Park CA Future Teen Center California Oaks Sports Park Murrieta Elementary School Park § ¦ ¨ 15 L O S AL A Community Center/Hunt Field MO S RD HAYES AVE Rancho Acacia Pa Meadowridge Park HAWTHORN ST JEFFERSON AVE GUAVA ST Alta Mur MADISON AVE CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE ATION GUIDE Firefighters Park WASHINGTON AVE Vintage Reserve Park AR G:\GISData\Departments\Parks\ArcMapDocs_09\city_parks.mxd D data:02-23-09 § ¦ ¨ 15 0 0.5 1 2 Miles w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) 35 F A L L / W I N T E R 2 0 11 SC O TT R D Mapleton Trail ew Trail 1.05 mi. i. Mapleton Park Mapleton Trail 1.05 mi. Blackmore Ranch Park K EL Ê L ER Falcon 's View Park Springbrook Park R D CL IN Toulon Trail TO .77 mi. N KE IT Antelope Hills Park H RD § ¦ ¨ D ark R Murrieta Oaks Trail 215 PE .19 mi. L O TE N Lincoln Ranch Trail A .61 mi. Oak Meadows Park Barrett Park Rail Ranch Trail .24 mi. Los Alamos Hills Sports Complex ark Eastgate Park Los Alamos Hills Trail 1.89 mi. Rancho Acacias Trail C .60 mi. LI N TO N Whitewo od Park Warm Springs K Park & Preserve EI T H R D North star Park rieta Sports Park Mira Mos a Park Palomar Park CIT Y OF MURRIE TA RECRE AT ION GUIDE Warm Springs Trail Pond Park .29 mi. Carson Park Pond Park Trail Monte Vista Par k H .29 mi. U N TE R R D U Sha dy Maple Par k M R R IE M TA AR HO GA RD TS RI ER ST PR E CH IN G IN W SR D w w w. m u r r i e t a . o r g • 3 0 4 - PA R K ( 7 2 7 5 ) PRESORTED STANDARD U.S.POSTAGE PAID ESCONDIDO,CA PERMIT No.475 Residential Customer ECRWSS Phone: 951-304-PARK (7275) Murrieta, CA Fax: 951-696-0928 leaves and pumpkins, games and tunes, come join us and mingle under the moon at our... FESTIVAL Saturday, October 29, 2011 California Oaks Sports Park 5:30 – 8:30pm Bring your family and friends to enjoy: ❖ Candy & prizes ❖ Food vendors ❖ Entertainment $300 wristband includes unlimited carnival games For more information, please call (951) 304-pARK (7275) or visit our website at www.murrieta.org Sorry- no dogs allowed at the park during this special event
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