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Director’s Message Board of Directors A Message from the Director Jeff Comerchero ........................................................................................President Chuck Washington ............................................................................Vice-President Summer Concerts, Moonlight Movies in the Parks, Family Fun Maryann Edwards ......................................................................................Director Nights, water play, Fourth of July and Fireworks fun, dance Mike Naggar ................................................................................................Director classes, art classes, sports, fitness and more! There are countless Ronald H. Roberts ........................................................................................Director opportunities for leisure recreation and cultural arts in Temecula and we hope you will join us soon.. City of Temecula In addition, we have a wide variety of parks and recreational Shawn Nelson......................................................................................City Manager Aaron Adams ........................................................................Assistant City Manager facilities available for your enjoyment. Take a stroll through our Robert C. Johnson ................................................................Assistant City Manager rich, local history at the Temecula Valley History Museum. Tour our Grant Yates ..............................................................................Deputy City Manager beautiful new Temecula Public Library with all of its state-of-the art technology. Spend a beautiful day outdoors at the new 44 acre Community Services Commission Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park. Take in a play or musical venue at Charolette Fox ......................................................................................Chairperson the Old Town Temecula Community Theater, or make an Felicia Hogan ..........................................................................................Vice-Chair adventurous visit to the Imagination Workshop, Temecula Thomas W. Edwards ..........................................................................Commissioner Children's Museum. Jack A. Henz ......................................................................................Commissioner As always, this guide is full of a vast array of classes and James Meyler ....................................................................................Commissioner activities for the entire family. Look through and see if you don’t find something that peaks your interest. We want to thank you Community Services Department for your continued participation and support for Community Herman D. Parker ........................................................................................Director Phyllis Ruse ......................................................................................Deputy Director Service programs and we look forward to serving your recreation Martin Betz ......................................................................Cultural Arts Administrator needs in the future. If our staff can be of any assistance, please Kevin Harrington ..........................................................Maintenance Superintendent do not hesitate to contact the Community Services Department Cathy McCarthy ..............................................Development Services Administrator at (951) 694-6480. Julie Pelletier ..................................................................Recreation Superintendent WE ARE HERE FOR YOU! Community Services Department Staff Dawn Adamiak............................................................Senior Recreation Coordinator Candice Adkisson-Flohr ..........................................................Recreation Supervisor Sincerely, Bea Barnett ..................................................................Patron Services Coordinator Bruce Beers ....................................................................Theater Services Manager Robin Gilliland ................................................................Museum Services Manager Herman D. Parker Jeff Lawrence ........................................................................Recreation Supervisor Director of Community Services Tracy Masters ........................................................................Recreation Coordinator City Information Wendell Ott ....................................................................Museum Services Manager Barbara Smith................................................................Senior Management Analyst Look for the following symbols: Bruce Wedeking ..................................................................Maintenance Supervisor Matt Wiechec ......................................................................Maintenance Supervisor Indicates new classes and activities added this issue. Gwen Willcox ............................................................................Aquatics Supervisor James Willcox ........................................................................Recreation Supervisor Todd Zeo ......................................................................................Sports Coordinator Indicates classes and activities available for online registration at the City’s website: Commission Meetings www.cityoftemecula.org The Community Services Commission meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:00 pm in City Hall Council Chambers, 43200 Business Park Drive, Temecula, CA 92589-9033. Online Registration Now FREE of Surcharges Americans with Disabilities Act Register Online at: The City of Temecula understands its obligation to provide access to public service www.cityoftemecula.org to those qualified individuals with disabilities. Please call 951-694-6480 with any requests for accommodation at least one week prior to an activity or class. City Website: www.cityoftemecula.org On the cover: The City of Temecula was proud to announce the opening of the new The Temecula Community Services Department Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park. This beautiful forty-four acre facility consists of four lighted ball fields, four lighted synthetic turf soccer Mission Statement fields with one football overlay and four lighted basketball courts. To provide high quality parks and recreation facilities 2 Amenities also include a concession stand, tot lots and picnic areas. Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park, 32380 Deer Hollow Way and services that our community can be proud of. Table Information City Facilities City Facilities of Temecula City Hall Contents Community Services Department Main Office: 43200 Business Park Drive Mailing Address: PO BOX 9033 Temecula, CA 92589-9033 Phone: (951) 694-6480 Fax: (951) 694-6488 Office Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm (M-F) Community Recreation Center (CRC) 2 Director’s Message Address: 30875 Rancho Vista Road Phone: (951) 694-6410 4 Special Events & Programs Fax: (951) 676-9313 Office Hours: 8:00am - 4:45pm (M-F) 6 Summer Programs Hours of Operation: 8:00am - 8:45pm (M-F) 9:00am - 8:45pm (S) 9 Youth Enrichment 1:00pm – 5:00pm (Su) Mary Phillips Senior Center (MPSC) 10 Performing Arts Address: 41845 6th Street Phone: (951) 694-6464 14 Sports & Fitness Fax: (951) 699-0373 Office Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm (M-F) 17 Sport League Information Hours of Operation: 8:00am – 5:00pm (M-F) 18 FIT Program, High Hopes & Park Rangers Temecula Community Center (TCC) Address: 28816 Pujol Street 19 4th of July Extravaganza Phone: (951) 694-6469 Fax: (951) 506-1941 20 Old Town Temecula Community Theater Hours of Operation: 8:00am – 5:00pm (M/W/F) 8:00am – 9:00pm (T/Th) 21 Gallery at the Merc 9:00am – 1:00pm (S) Closed Sundays 22 Temecula Public Library Temecula Valley Museum (TVM) 23 Imagination Workshop Address: 28314 Mercedes Street Phone: (951) 694-6450 24 Temecula Valley History Museum Fax: (951) 506-6871 Hours of Operation: Closed Mondays and most Holidays 26 Concert Series/Movies in the Park 10:00am – 5:00pm (T-S) 1:00pm – 5:00pm (Su) 27 Special Interest Imagination Workshop, 28 Visual Arts and Crafts Temecula Children’s Museum (IW) Information Address: 42081 Main Street Phone: (951) 308-6370 30 Temecula Teens Fax: (951) 695-0636 Schedule of hours for sessions can be viewed on Page 22 31 Skate Park Old Town Temecula Community Theater (OTCT) 32 Mary Phillips Senior Center Address: 42051 Main Street Phone: 866-OLD-TOWN (866-653-8696) 35 Community Services Information Fax: (951)-676-1892 Box Office: (866) 653-8696 or (951) 308-6377 36 Aquatics Lessons & Programs Web: www.TemeculaTheater.org Hours of Operation: Box office – 12:00-6:00pm (W-S) 40 Activity Registration Form Extended hours on performance dates - Open through intermission 41 How to Register/Facility Rental Information Temecula Public Library (TPL) Address: 30600 Pauba Road 42 City Facilities and Places of Interest Phone: (951) 693-8900 Web: www.temeculapubliclibrary.org 43 Map Hours of Operation: 10:00am-9:00pm (Mon-Thu) 10:00am-6:00pm (Fri) Effective July 1: 1:00pm-5:00pm (Sat-Sun) Sat hours: 9:00am-5:00pm 3 Special Events September 11th Remembrance Join us at the Temecula Duck Pond to reflect and remember the tragic events of 6 years ago. There will be an opportunity for citizens to express their thoughts on canvas and light a candle to be placed in the Duck Pond. Please come by any time between 6:00-7:30pm. Date: Time: Location: Tuesday, Sep 11th 6:00-7:30pm Temecula Duck Pond We Will Never Forget We Will Never Forget Halloween & Harvest Family Carnival In the good ol’ days Halloween was traditionally a time to celebrate the harvest. Temecula honors this special day with an event celebrating the harvest and the spirit of Fall. Come dressed in a costume and be a part of our costume contest. Enjoy our carnival games, balloon sculpting, clowns, party jumps, face painters, delicious goodies and much more! Bring a carved pumpkin to be entered in the Pumpkin Carving Contest. Categories include: Most Creative, Scariest, Best Overall, Best Decorated and Best Hand-Carved. This fun contest is for children and adults. Location: Ronald Reagan Sports Park Roller Hockey Arena Date: Day: Time: Fee: Oct 26 Fri 5:00-9:00pm $5.00/unlimited wristband (excludes food vendors) “Jack O’Lantern” Pumpkin Carving Get into the Halloween spirit! Bring your kids and their favorite pumpkin for a special day of pumpkin carving, refreshments and prizes. Prizes will be awarded in various categories. Date: Day: Time: Location: Fee: Oct 27 Sat 10:00am-1:00pm TCC FREE Santa’s Electric Light Parade Join us for the 15th annual Santa’s Electric Light Parade! The parade will once again stroll up Jefferson Avenue on Friday, November 30th at 7:00pm. This year’s theme of the parade is…..”Inside Santa’s Workshop”. Entry forms will be available beginning Monday, Special Events October 8th at City Hall and on the City’s website at www.cityoftemecula.org. Deadline to enter is Tuesday, November 6th at 5:00pm. Remember, all entries need to be lit. For more information, please call 694-6480. Location: Jefferson Avenue, traveling north from Del Rio Road to Overland Drive Date: Time: Friday, November 30th 7:00pm kickoff Breakfast with Santa and Santa’s Workshop Don’t miss one of Temecula’s most anticipated holiday events! Share a special moment with your child as Santa visits Temecula. Eat a delicious breakfast of scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, biscuits, orange juice and coffee. Enjoy live holiday entertainment for the whole family. Space is very limited, so please register early! Don’t forget to bring your cameras. Date: Saturday, December 8th Location: CRC Fee: $5.00/per person (Free for infants under the age of 12 months and not requiring a seat) Activity #: Time: 4448.201 8:00am 4448.202 9:00am 4448.203 10:00am 4 4448.204 11:00am Special Events Holiday Lights & Festive Sights Family Fun Nights Attention all “Clark Griswold’s”! Do you go all out for the holiday with lights Family Fun Nights and yard decorations? If you answered yes, then we have a contest for you! Enter our annual Holiday Lights & Festive Sights home decorating Skate Night contest. You can either be judged as an individual residence or as a Strap on your skates and neighborhood. To enter: Entry forms will be available at City Hall and on helmet and roll on over! the City website (www.cityoftemecula.org) beginning Monday, October 8th. We are turning the City officials and dignitaries will judge all entries. Fabulous prizes will be hockey arena into our handed out at the awards ceremony. Bring some holiday spirit to your very own outdoor skating neighborhood and Temecula this year! rink complete with a DJ. Applications Available: Monday, October 8th Remember, helmets are Deadline: Monday, December 3rd required! Refreshments will be available. This is a fun family event everyone is sure to enjoy. Pre-registration is required. Fee: $2/kids, $3/adults (under 2 free) Date: Day: Time: Location: Aug 10 Fri 6:30-8:30pm RRSP Hockey Arena Swing Dance & Etiquette Tired of “elbows on the table” and “dancing with two left feet”? Then join us for an evening of manners made fun! Professional etiquette instructor Angela Family Fun Nights & Events Sturdivant and Swing Dance instructor Sarah Fekete will partner up to teach the fun of ballroom dance and the etiquette that goes along with it. Pre-registration is required. Fee: $3/kids, $5/adults (under 2 free) 10th Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony Date: Day: Time: Location: Come spend the evening with us at the beautiful Temecula Duck Pond to light up Sep 21 Fri 6:00-8:00pm CRC the sky and mark the beginning of the holiday season. This annual event promises to be filled with festive live entertainment, refreshments and holiday fun for the entire family! Ice Cream Social & Sock Hop Date: Day: Time: Location: Fee: Come hop ‘til you drop, rock around the clock, and don’t Nov 29 Thu 7:00-8:00pm Temecula Duck Pond FREE forget to twist & shout to the great oldies of the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s. Build your own ice cream creation. This event Holiday Craft Workshop is sure to sell out quickly, so sign up today! Hey kids, do you need ideas for holiday gifts? Is your piggy bank almost empty Fee: $3/kids, $5/adults (under 2 free) and you still have some gifts to buy? Our holiday craft workshop is priced just Date: Day: Time: Location: right for you! Our staff have come up with some great gift ideas. Join us for a Oct 5 Fri 6:00-7:30pm CRC fun-filled morning and leave your holiday worries behind. Family participation is encouraged. Date: Day: Time: Location: Fee: Country Line Dance Dec 1 Sat 10:00am-1:00pm TCC $1.00/craft Join us for an old fashioned family country line dance lesson! Professional Line Dance instructor Nita German will be teaching parents and kids three line dances Potpourri for the Holidays and one circle dance. It’s sure to be a stompin’ good time. Don’t forget your hat Join us in celebrating the rich scents and aromas of the holiday season! Create and boots. Door prizes will be awarded. Pre-registration is required. your own potpourri by experimenting with different blends of flowers, leaves, and Fee: $2/kids, $3/adults (under 2 free) herbs, customized to appeal to your senses! Potpourri makes a wonderful gift for Date: Day: Time: Location: the holidays. Children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by an adult. Nov 2 Fri 6:00-8:00pm CRC Date: Day: Time: Location: Fee: Dec 8 Sat 2:00pm TVM $2.00/person Holiday Lights Bus Tour Dinner Club at the Merc Make a date with us! Come experience delicious cuisine from various Do you want to see the winning homes in our Holiday Lights & Festive Sights regions of the world. Dinner Club at the Merc is an exciting new program home decorating contest without the hassle of driving yourself? Join us for our where you join cultural experts for an adventurous evening of dinner annual bus tours. Get your friends and family together for a fun evening on a highlighting the food, music, and recipes from different global regions. comfortable chartered bus. Registration is required. Bonus: A world of fun to enjoy with friends and you might even make some Buses will depart from the CRC. Fee: $8.00/per person new ones! Space is limited, so enroll early. Activity #: Date: Day: Time: Location: Gallery at the Merc Fee: $35.00/per person 4449.201 Dec 12 Wed 6:00-8:30pm Activity #: Date: Day: Time: Theme: 4449.202 Dec 14 Fri 5:30-8:00pm 2500.201 Jul 7 Sat 7:00-10:00pm Hawaiian High Hopes Night (Special Needs) 2500.202 Aug 4 Sat 7:00-10:00pm Indian 4449.203 Dec 15 Sat 5:00-7:30pm 2500.203 Sep 15 Sat 7:00-10:00pm Thai 2500.204 Oct 6 Sat 7:00-10:00pm German 5 Summer Programs Family Excursions Family Excursions General Information: The City of Temecula Community Services Department S.M.A.R.T. 2007 Ages: 7 - 15 Years offers the following Family Excursions. Registration will be taken on a first come, The TCSD Department is proud first served basis before the stated deadline, or until sold out. Unless otherwise to once again offer this exciting stated, all excursions depart and return to the CRC. Plan to arrive at the designated drop-in* summer recreation departure site 15 minutes early. Excursions may be cancelled if the minimum program. The program, known amount of participants is not reached. Excursion fee includes admission and as “S.M.A.R.T.” (Summer Months transportation. Food and spending money is on your own. Pre-registration is Activities and Recreation in required. Space is limited, register early. For more information regarding Teen Temecula) will begin Monday, Excursions refer to Page 31 and for information regarding Senior Excursions refer June 18 and end Friday, August to Page 32. 17. Staff will be on site each day, Monday-Friday from 10:00am- 4:00pm to provide FREE supervised activities that will Lotus Festival include a variety of arts and crafts, sports, water games, special events, themed The Lotus Festival celebrates the weeks and a lot of summer fun! Don’t forget that the “Art Cart” will be appearing people and cultures of the Asian and at each park and there will be an END OF THE SUMMER CARNIVAL! A newsletter Pacific Islands. This event features a and calendar of events will be provided at each park site each week. variety of cultural entertainment, Note: This is not a childcare program. Although staff will provide supervised exotic food, boutiques, a community activities participants are free to come and go as they wish. Family Excursions & S.M.A.R.T. health fair, dragon boat races, Start Date: Program Days: Program Hours: displays of artwork featuring the Jun 18 Mon-Fri 10:00am-4:00pm Lotus flower, a children’s courtyard, and a carnival. Don’t miss the Site Locations: Address: Saturday night fireworks display over Crowne Hill Park 33203 Old Kent Road the water at Echo Park Lake. Harveston Community Park 28582 Harveston Drive Drop Off/Pick Up: CRC Fee: $20.00/per person Margarita Community Park 29119 Margarita Road Date: Day: Time: Pala Community Park 44900 Temecula Lane Jul 7 Sat 10:00am-12:00am Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park 32380 Deer Hollow Way Temeku Hills Park 31367 La Serena Way Getty Center S.M.A.R.T. Excursions Join us for a leisure day of art and culture at the world famous Getty Center, In addition to the SMART park sites, TCSD offers fun-filled excursions! The fees which houses a collection of European paintings, drawings, sculptures, include admission and round trip transportation. Participants must provide their decorative arts and European and American photographs. To learn more about own lunch or bring money to purchase lunch. A SMART excursion T-shirt is what will be on display, visit www.getty.edu. Lunch is on your own and there are required for all participants to purchase for $6. All excursions will be supervised several options available at the museum. and depart and return from the TCC, located at 28816 Pujol Street. Space is Drop Off/Pick Up: CRC Fee: $20.00/per person limited and pre-registration is required. Deadline to register is the Wednesday Date: Day: Time: prior to each excursion. Aug 18 Sat 8:00am-7:00pm Activity #:Date: Destination: Time: Fee: 8300.201 Jun 27 San Diego Wild Animal Park 8:00am-5:00pm $25.00 8300.202 Jul 11 Aquarium of the Pacific 8:00am-5:00pm $15.00 8300.203 Jul 18 Harbor Cruise & Maritime Mus. 8:00am-5:00pm $25.00 Getty Villa 8300.204 Jul 25 Rainforest Café & GameWorks 9:00am-4:30pm $30.00* The Getty Villa houses the J. Paul Getty 8300.205 Aug 1 The Wave Waterpark 9:00am-5:00pm $15.00 Museum’s collection of approximately 8300.206 Aug 8 Knott’s Berry Farm 8:30am-5:30pm $20.00 44,000 Greek, Roman and Etruscan *Fee for Rainforest Café includes lunch and a 2 hour play card antiquities. With objects dating from For more information, please call 694-6469 6,500 B.C. to A.D. 400, the collection contains monumental sculptures, as well as artifacts of everyday life such as vases, coins, and jewelry. Some of the objects, including a mummy, have never been on view. The galleries are arranged by theme and include Gods and Goddesses and Stories of the Trojan War, among others. Drop Off/Pick Up: CRC Fee: $20.00/per person Date: Day: Time: Sep 22 Sat 8:00am-7:00pm Online Registration Now FREE of Surcharges Register Online at: www.cityoftemecula.org 6 Summer Programs Little Tots Chef School Gizmos Ages: 3 - 6 Years Ages: 10 - 15 Years There’s more to cooking than great Does your child have a great imagination and enjoy creating new projects? This taste. Your little one will learn colors, fun summer class will create a new "Gizmo" every week from electric toys, solar shapes, measuring, numbers, fine projects or paddle boats. Each class will be sure to inspire the inventor in your motor skills and the five senses as they child. Great for family participation! Parents encouraged to enroll with their kids. enjoy making different foods each Additional charge of $5.00/adult. week. Our veteran preschool Instructor: City Staff Location: Imagination Workshop Fee: $60.00/6 Wks administrator and author of “Creative Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Cakes Anyone Can Make” will make 1105.201 Jul 11-Aug 15 Wed 3:00-5:00pm cooking and baking fun as your children learn to enjoy good foods. Each week your child will leave with hands-on TVM Summer Explorers Camp learning, recipe cards and activity Ages: 8 - 10 Years pages. Parent participation is required. Let your kids develop a deeper understanding of local, natural and social history Materials Fee: $10.00 due to instructor at the Temecula Valley Museum. The Museum offers half-day week-long Instructor: Foster Location: Harveston Community Room summer camp. Each week students will explore a different time period and a Fee: $50.00/5 Wks variety of topics. Students will handle museum artifacts, meet historians, Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: geologists and anthropologists, make take home crafts, participate in group 1550.201 Jul 10-Aug 7 Tue 9:00-10:30am activities, period games and historical field trips. Campers should bring lunch, 1550.202 Jul 10-Aug 7 Tue 11:00-12:30pm snack and bottled water from home. Location: TVM Instructor: City Staff Time: 9:00am-1:00pm Fee: $65.00/Camp Activity#: Dates: Day: Topics: Performing Arts Summer Camp 1050.201 Jul 9-Jul 13 Mon – Fri Exploring the Natural History of our Valley Ages: 6 - 14 Years 1050.202 Jul 16-Jul 20 Mon – Fri Exploring Native American Heritage Join the Fine Arts Network Staff as they audition, rehearse and “Put on a Show” 1050.203 Jul 23-Jul 27 Mon – Fri Exploring New World Influences featuring…..your child! This two week camp will include arts & crafts, theme 1050.204 Jul 30-Aug 3 Mon – Fri Exploring Pioneer Life days, drama classes, audition workshops and much more! This year’s performance is Annie Jr. Sunday, July 22, our campers will be presenting 2- shows on the stage of the Old Town Community Theater. All campers are guaranteed a part. Included in the fee is a camp T-shirt, script, and costume Science Adventures Summer Camps rental. Campers should bring sack lunch and may need to purchase dance shoes Ages: 5 - 12 Years or tights. Materials Fee: Additional $150.00 due to instructor These week-long science day camps Instructor: FAN Staff Location: OTCT and programs are offered throughout Fee: $200.00 the summer. Children are introduced Class#: Class Date: Day: Time: Summer Programs to thematic science concepts as they 1176.201 Jul 9-Jul 20 M-F 9:00-4:00pm build projects, conduct experiments, and take part in a variety of science activities. Materials fee and camp t-shirt included with enrollment. “Oliver!” Audition Workshop Instructor: Science Adventures Staff Location: TCC Fee: $175.00/Camp This one-day workshop will help your child prepare to audition for the Temecula Performing Arts Company’s November production of “Oliver!” at the Old Town GO WILD! MEET LIVE ANIMALS! Temecula Community Theater. Attendees will get a “pre-view” of what our actual Leap into the wild with Gizabelle on an awesome animal adventure to investigate auditions will entail. Students will be taught a song & dance that will be actually extreme plants and animals. Campers will meet live animals face-to-face, build used at the “Oliver!” audition. Students will also learn an audition song and run a microscope to examine a bug and plant life, and enter the world of bats and thru a “mock” audition! All attendees receive audition materials to take home birds. Get ready to explore the world outside your door – it’s time to Go Wild! and practice with, including a cd that they may use at their audition. This Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: workshop will be beneficial to both first-timers and those with play experience. 1900.201 Jun 18-Jun 21 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm Instructor: TPAC Staff Location: OTCT Fee: $35.00 Ages: 6 - 9 Years GIZMOS, GADGETS & GOOP Class#: Class Date: Day: Time: Invent with Electronics! Join Gizmo in his secret lab where imagination and 1570.201 Aug 18 Sat 9:00am-12:00pm science mix to create amazing contraptions. All campers will: Explore electricity Ages: 10 - 12 Years with a hands-on electronics kit, make ice cream without a freezer, put the glow Class#: Class Date: Day: Time: into a giant glob of glow slime. 1570.202 Aug 18 Sat 1:00-4:00pm Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: 1900.202 Jun 25-Jun 28 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm Group Voice Instruction Summer Camp MYSTERY OF THE PHARAOH’S TREASURE Ages: 6 - 12 Years Solve an Egyptian Mystery! Journey to the land of pharaohs to solve a mystery Group voice instruction will focus on individual singing skills, taught in a group and hunt for two long-forgotten treasures! Campers will decipher hieroglyphics, setting. A great opportunity to master an audition song and build performance unearth an ancient mummy, and take home gold treasure! experience with a microphone. Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Material Fee: Additional $10.00 to be paid to instructor. 1900.203 Jul 9-Jul 12 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm Instructor: Dernbach Location: TCC Fee: $75.00/Camp Class#: Class Date: Day: Time: 7 1355.201 Jul 10-Jul 12 Tue-Thu 1:00-3:00pm Summer Programs Complete Tennis Camp for Kids TaeKwonDo Summer Camp Ages: 7 - 13 Years Ages: 5 - 17 Years The CTC for Kids is designed to keep the fun in Long summer ahead with nothing to do? Learn mental discipline and physical tennis while working on the “fun”damentals. self-defense skills used in TaeKwonDo. TaeKwonDo is said to balance the left The camp activities include stroke and strategy side of the brain with the right side, therefore improving math and music skills. drills, fun games and mini-tournament This camp includes instruction and fun activities! Please wear comfortable competition. Kids of all abilities and experience clothes and easy-to-remove shoes. Bring a healthy lunch and a water bottle with are welcome. your name on it. Materials Fee: Additional $16.00 due to instructor. Instructor: Leander, U.S.P.T.A. Development Coach Instructor: Ortega Location: Temecula Valley TaeKwonDo Location: TVHS Tennis Courts Fee: $59.00/Camp Fee: $95.00/camp, includes camp T-shirt Class#: Class Date: Day: Time: Special Discounts: 3602.201 Jul 9-Jul 13 Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30am-12:00pm $85.00 for early registration before June 8, 2007 3602.202 Jul 16-Jul 20 Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30am-12:00pm $85.00 for Multi-Session Registration. 3602.203 Jul 23-Jul 27 Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30am-12:00pm ($170 total for 2 camps; $255 total for all 3 camps) 3602.204 Jul 30-Aug 3 Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30am-12:00pm $75.00 – Sibling Rate (no other discount applies) 3602.205 Aug 6-Aug 10 Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30am-12:00pm Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: 3602.206 Aug 13-Aug 17 Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30am-12:00pm 1410.101 Jun 18-Jun 22 Mon-Fri 1:30-4:30pm 1410.102 Jun-25-Jun 29 Mon-Fri 1:30-4:30pm 1410.103 Jul 9-Jul 13 Mon-Fri 1:30-4:30pm Skateboard Design Ages: 10 - 17 Years Design your own original graphics for your skateboard. Students learn Beginning Golf Camp skateboard deck design, layout, stenciling, painting, and application techniques. Ages: 8 - 12 Years Designs must be original work, no trademarked graphics or logos can be used. Looking for a great activity for your child this summer? Look no further! This This class meets Monday through Friday. Friday date is optional for students who exciting summer camp will teach your child the fundamentals of golf in a fun need more time for their design. Deck, trucks, wheels, bearings, and grip tape are atmosphere by PGA Professional Steve Adamiak and his trained staff. Golf clubs included. will be provided if needed or can be purchased on site. Please wear tennis shoes Instructor: Flohr Location: OTCT Rehearsal Room B and don't forget your sunblock! Street Deck Instructor: Adamiak Location: Redhawk Golf Course Fee: $69.00/Camp Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: 1148.201 Jul 30-Aug 3 Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm $75.00 1505.201 Jun 25-Jun 29 Mon/Wed/Fri 9:00-11:00am Pintail Long Board 1505.202 Jul 30-Aug 3 Mon/Wed/Fri 9:00-11:00am Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 1149.201 Aug 6-Aug 10 Mon-Fri 9:00am-12:00pm $100.00 Tumble Jungle Summer Gym Camp Ages: 5 - 17 Years What are your kids doing on break? Get them active while having fun in Tumble Jungle’s fun and safe environment. Our exciting camp offers structured gymnastic games, arts and crafts, obstacle courses, and trampolines. The best Summer Camps part is Tumble Island! Don’t forget to bring a snack! Instructor: Gym Staff Location: DC Gymnastics & Tumbling Fee: $78.00/Camp Three Day Camps Class#: Class Date: Day: Time: 1521.201 Jul 17-Jul 19 Tue-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm 1521.202 Aug 7-Aug 9 Tue-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm Skyhawks Sport Camps for Kids Ages: 4 - 12 Years Week long sports programs for boys and girls. Skyhawks participants will receive quality instruction, a free T-shirt, new skills, friends and fun games. All participants must wear appropriate clothing and shoes, bring lunch, snack, a water bottle and don’t forget sunscreen. For more information: (800) 804-3509 or www.skyhawks.com Instructor: Skyhawks Staff Location: RRSP North/South Fields Class#: Activity: Dates: Times: Ages: Fee: 1800.201 Multi-Sport I Jun 25-Jun 29 8:00am-12:00pm 5-8 $135.00 (Soccer/Baseball) 1800.202 Mini Hawk I Jul 9-Jul 13 9:00am-12:00pm 4-6 $128.00 (Soccer/Baseball/Basketball) 1800.203 Flag Football Jul 9-Jul 13 8:00am-12:00pm 5-8 $135.00 1800.204 Soccer Jul 30-Aug 3 8:00am-2:00pm 7-12 $150.00 1800.205 Multi-Sport II Jul 23-Jul 27 8:00am-2:00pm 7-12 $160.00 (Soccer/Baseball/Flag Football) 1800.206 Mighty-Hawk Soccer Jul 16-Jul 20 8:00am-12:00pm 5-8 $135.00 1800.207 Mini Hawk II Aug 6-Aug 10 9:00am-12:00pm 4-6 $128.00 8 1800.208 (Soccer/Baseball/Basketball) Mighty-Hawk (Soccer/Baseball) Aug 13-Aug 17 8:00am-12:00pm 5-8 $135.00 Youth Enrichment Tiny Tots Parent-N-Me Ages: 3 - 5 Years Ages: 2 - 5 Years Hey Parents! It’s time again to get ready for the Tiny Tots Looking for something fun to do with your child or grandchild? program. This popular structured recreational program Participate in simple arts and crafts, music, story-time, and other emphasizes socialization and fun through a variety of activities designed to develop skills, awareness and socialization for educational programs and activities. Your child will enjoy your preschooler. Please bring a snack for the two of you. music, crafts, storytelling and many other fun and exciting Instructor: City Staff Location: CRC Fee: $3.00/Session activities. Mail-in registration will be available for City of Class#: Dates: Day: Time: Temecula residents. Non-residents may participate in the Drop-in Sep 7-Dec 28 Fri 9:00-10:30am program as space allows. A detailed program information flyer and registration form will be available for pick-up at the Community Recreation Center (CRC), 30875 Rancho Vista Edible Art Club Road on June 4, 2007.This information will be made available at the City’s website Ages: 6 - 8 Years at: www.cityoftemecula.org. For dates and more information, call 694-6410. Do your kids like to play with their food? Grab an apron, get ready and let’s start creating! This class will give your kids some fun ideas, and you’ll be surprised to see them eat their own creations. Space is limited and pre-registration is Creative Beginnings for Parent & Me required. Ages: 2 - 4 Years Instructor: City Staff Location: CRC Kitchen Fee: $5.00/Class Children participate in creative activities in a preschool setting with their parents. Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Children will be introduced to colors, shapes, letters, numbers and music while 1004.201 Jun 20 Wed 4:00-5:00pm experiencing quality time with their parents and peers. Parents attending each 1004.202 Jul 11 Wed 4:00-5:00pm class must participate in the children’s activities. Enrollment is recommended 1004.203 Aug 15 Wed 4:00-5:00pm each month for continuing class development. Space is limited, so sign up early. 1004.204 Sep 12 Wed 4:00-5:00pm Note: Please bring a large towel and a paint shirt to each class. All refund requests 1004.205 Oct 10 Wed 4:00-5:00pm must be made on or before the first class date, or no refund will be given. Materials Fee: An additional $10.00 due to the instructor Instructor: Russo Location: TCC Crafty Kids Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Ages: 6 - 12 Years 1115.201 Sep 4-Sep 25 Tue 10:00am-12:30pm $47.00/4 Wks Let your child’s imagination run free. Kids have fun and meet new friends while 1115.202 Oct 2-Oct 23 Tue 10:00am-12:30pm $47.00/4 Wks making exciting craft projects to take home. Limited space, pre-registration is 1115.203 Oct 30-Nov 27* Tue 10:00am-12:30pm $47.00/4 Wks required. 1115.204 Dec 4-Dec 11 Tue 10:00am-12:30pm $30.00/2 Wks Instructor: City Staff Location: CRC Fee: $5.00/Class *Class Skip Date: Nov 20 Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: 1006.201 Jun 14 Thu 4:15-5:15pm 1006.202 Jul 12 Thu 4:15-5:15pm Youth Dining and Social Etiquette 1006.203 Aug 16 Thu 4:15-5:15pm Ages: 5 - 13 Years 1006.204 Sep 13 Thu 4:15-5:15pm Youth Enrichment “Nobody’s polite anymore, why should I be?” Sound familiar? All of us want to be 1006.205 Oct 11 Thu 4:15-5:15pm liked and accepted. It is in our best interest to make our manners a contributing element to our relationships and successes. We will provide your child with the skills to feel self-assured and confident in any situation. They will learn the Kids Concoctions following: proper table manners; manners at home and away; telephone Ages: 8 - 10 Years manners; honesty; integrity; giving and receiving; getting along with others; self- Basic ingredients become treasures! Kids will measure, mix and mold to make esteem; compassion. Our entertaining and interactive classes include role- some wacky recipes. From Bubble Art to Funny Putty and Treasure Stones. Space playing exercises, multi-media materials, and comprehensive lesson plans so is limited and pre-registration is required. students learn the value of proper social behavior, self-respect and self- Instructor: City Staff Location: CRC Fee: $5.00/Class confidence. All while having fun and making new friends. Proper dress required. Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: No shorts or T-shirts. 1005.201 Aug 13 Mon 4:00-5:00pm Instructor: Sturdivant Location: CRC Fee: $48.00/4 Wks 1005.202 Sep 17 Mon 4:00-5:00pm Ages: 5 - 7 Years 1005.203 Oct 22 Mon 4:00-5:00pm Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: 1019.201 Sep 11-Oct 2 Tue 4:00-5:00pm Kinder Kitchen 1019.202 Nov 6-Nov 27 Tue 4:00-5:00pm Ages: 6 - 8 Years Ages: 8 - 10 Years Come join in the fun as we make yummy treats to eat and learn kitchen safety Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: as well. Some treats can be taken home along with the recipes for you to make 1020.201 Sep 11-Oct 2 Tue 5:15-6:15pm at home for your friends and family. Pre-registration is required. 1020.202 Nov 6-Nov 27 Tue 5:15-6:15pm Instructor: City Staff Location: CRC Kitchen Fee: $5.00/Class Ages: 11 - 13 Years Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: 1002.201 Jul 17 Tue 4:00-5:00pm 1021.201 Sep 11-Oct 2 Tue 6:30-7:30pm 1002.202 Aug 21 Tue 4:00-5:00pm 1021.202 Nov 6-Nov 27 Tue 6:30-7:30pm 1002.203 Sep 18 Tue 4:00-5:00pm 1002.204 Oct 16 Tue 4:00-5:00pm 1002.205 Nov 6 Tue 4:00-5:00pm Online Registration Now FREE of Surcharges Register Online at: www.cityoftemecula.org 9 Performing Arts Fairytale Princess Dance Tap, Jazz, & Ballet Combo Ages: 3 - 5 Years Dancers will enjoy learning the basic techniques of dance. Classes offer a solid This class provides your child a unique and foundation in the basic techniques of tap/jazz/ballet. We emphasize an fun introduction to the world of dance. encouraging learning experience that builds self-esteem and is fun at the same Students receive the classic instruction of a time. Tap and ballet shoes are required. traditional dance class in a stimulating Instructor: Lory environment of fantasy, role playing, dress- Ages: 4 - 6 Years Location: CRC up, and creativity. We encourage creative Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: movement and teach basic dance steps 1210.201 Sep 12-Oct 24 Wed 2:00-2:45pm $70.00/7 Wks within familiar princess themes; Cinderella, 1210.202 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 2:00-2:45pm $50.00/5 Wks Little Mermaid, Snow White and many more. Ages: 5 - 7 Years Location: TCC Solid white leotard with white tights or white Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: socks, tap and ballet shoes. 1211.201 Sep 12-Oct 24 Wed 4:00-4:45pm $70.00/7 Wks Instructor: Lory Location: CRC 1211.202 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 4:00-4:45pm $50.00/5 Wks Materials Fee: $3.00 materials fee due to instructor. *Class Skip Dates: Nov 21 Tuesday’s Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 1203.201 Sep 11-Oct 30 Tue 9:30-10:05am $72.00/8 Wks Jazz Classes offer a solid foundation in the basic techniques of jazz. Dancing develops 1204.201 Sep 11-Oct 30 Tue 10:15-10:50am $72.00/8 Wks poise and builds confidence, but most of all it’s a lot of fun. Jazz shoes required. 1205.201 Sep 11-Oct 30 Tue 11:00-11:35am $72.00/8 Wks Instructor: Lory Location: TCC 1203.202 Nov 6-Dec 11 Tue 9:30-10:05am $54.00/6 Wks Ages: 6 - 8 Years 1204.202 Nov 6-Dec 11 Tue 10:15-10:50am $54.00/6 Wks Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 1205.202 Nov 6-Dec 11 Tue 11:00-11:35am $54.00/6 Wks 1212.201 Sep 12-Oct 24 Wed 5:00-5:45pm $70.00/7 Wks Wednesday’s 1212.202 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 5:00-5:45pm $50.00/5 Wks Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Ages: 9 - 12 Years 1206.201 Sep 12-Oct 31 Wed 9:30-10:05am $72.00/8 Wks Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 1207.201 Sep 12-Oct 31 Wed 10:15-10:50am $72.00/8 Wks 1213.201 Sep 12-Oct 24 Wed 6:00-6:45pm $70.00/7 Wks 1208.201 Sep 12-Oct 31 Wed 11:00-11:35am $72.00/8 Wks 1213.202 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 6:00-6:45pm $50.00/5 Wks 1209.201 Sep 12-Oct 31 Wed 1:15-1:50pm $72.00/8 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Nov 21 1206.202 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 9:30-10:05am $45.00/5 Wks 1207.202 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 10:15-10:50am $45.00/5 Wks 1208.202 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 11:00-11:35am $45.00/5 Wks 1209.202 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 1:15-1:50pm $45.00/5 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Nov 21 Beginning Ballet Ages: 6 - 10 Years Students will learn basic ballet steps in a Pre Dance fun, hands-on professional environment. Ages: 3 - 4 Years Black leotard, pink tights and pink ballet This class is designed for the first-time dancer. Children will be taught basic tap, shoes are required. Hair should be in a bun. ballet and jazz steps. Tap and ballet shoes are required. Instructor: Rowley/Staff Instructor: Rowley/Staff Location: Cathy’s Dance Fee: $90.00/8 Wks Location: Cathy’s Dance Class#: Dates: Day: Time: Fee: $90.00/8 Wks 1300.201 Aug 25-Oct 13 Sat 11:00-11:45am Class#: Dates: Day: Time: 1300.202 Oct 20-Dec 8 Sat 11:00-11:45am 1305.201 Aug 24-Oct 12 Fri 4:00-4:45pm 1305.202 Oct 19-Dec 14* Fri 4:00-4:45pm Tap *Class Skip Date: Nov 23 Ages: 8 - 12 Years Class is designed for beginning to intermediate level dancers. Students will gain knowledge and an appreciation of tap dancing with an emphasis on having fun. Adult Beginning Ballet Tap shoes required. Ages: Adults Instructor: Lory Location: TCC Class is designed for the beginning dancer or student in need of a refresher Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: course. Basic ballet steps will be taught in a professional environment. Ballet Dance 1214.201 Sep 13-Oct 25 Thu 4:00-4:45pm $70.00/7 Wks shoes and leotard required. (Sweats okay for the nervous dancer). 1214.202 Nov 1-Dec 13* Thu 4:00-4:45pm $60.00/6 Wks Instructor: Rowley/Staff Location: Cathy’s Dance Fee: $90.00/8 Wks *Class Skip Date: Nov 22 Class#: Dates: Day: Time: 3005.201 Aug 29-Oct 17 Wed 9:15-10:00am Adult Beginning Tap 3005.202 Oct 24-Dec 12 Wed 9:15-10:00am Ages: Adults Class is intended for the beginning tap dancer or dancer that needs to get the dust off their old tap shoes. Basic steps will be taught in a fun environment. Tap Online Registration Now FREE of Surcharges shoes required. (Casual clothing) Instructor: Rowley/Staff Location: Cathy’s Dance Fee: $90.00/8 Wks Register Online at: Class#: Dates: Day: Time: www.cityoftemecula.org 10 3006.201 Aug 29-Oct 17 3006.202 Oct 24-Dec 12 Wed Wed 10:00-10:45am 10:00-10:45am Performing Arts Advanced Jazz/Lyrical Ages: 11 - 14 Years Class is designed for intermediate level dancers. Students will continue progressing and build upon prior classes. Jazz shoes required. Instructor: Lory Location: TCC Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 1209.201 Sep 12-Oct 24 Wed 7:00-7:45pm $70.00/7 Wks 1209.202 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 7:00-7:45pm $50.00/5 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Nov 21 Hip Hop Dance Students will learn latest street moves to pop, rock and appropriate hip hop music. Casual dance clothes and tennis shoes or dance sneakers required. Boys and girls both welcome. Hawaiian Tahitian Dance Instructor: Rowley/Staff Location: Cathy’s Dance Fee: $90.00/8 Wks Ages: 5 - Adults Ages: 5 - 7 Years Polynesian Dance instruction for fun and enjoyment! Come join us and learn the Class#: Dates: Day: Time: graceful Hawaiian Hula, the fun Maori poi balls and the excitement of Tahitian 1304.201 Aug 24-Oct 12 Fri 6:30-7:15pm dance. Students will have the opportunity to perform what they have learned in 1304.202 Oct 19-Dec 14* Fri 6:30-7:15pm class during the annual recital held in November. Ages: 8 - 12 Years Fee: $40.00/8 Wks (Optional fee of $9.00 for poi balls if desired) Class#: Dates: Day: Time: Instructor: Manalili 1302.201 Aug 24-Oct 12 Fri 5:30-6:15pm Beginning Keikis Ages: 5 - 11 Years 1302.202 Oct 19-Dec 14* Fri 5:30-6:15pm Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Location: Ages: 12 - 18 Years 1200.201 Jul 12-Aug 30 Thu 4:00-4:50pm TCC Class#: Dates: Day: Time: 1200.202 Sep 6-Oct 25 Thu 4:00-4:50pm CRC 1307.201 Aug 24-Oct 12 Fri 4:30-5:15pm Intermediate Keikis Ages: 5 - 11 Years 1307.202 Oct 19-Dec 14* Fri 4:30-5:15pm Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Location: *Class Skip Date: Nov 23 1201.201 Jul 11-Aug 29 Wed 4:00-4:50pm TCC 1201.202 Sep 5-Oct 24 Wed 4:00-4:50pm OTCT Studio Intermediate/Advanced Keikis Ages: 5 - 11 Years Ballet Folklorico Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Location: Ages: 4 - 15 Years 1202.201 Jul 11-Aug 29 Wed 5:00-5:50pm TCC Learn the beautiful and traditional folk dances of Mexico. Some dances require 1202.202 Sep 5-Oct 24 Wed 5:00-5:50pm OTCT Studio special dresses to be performed traditionally and the cost for these is optional. Beginning Teen & Adults Ages: 12 - Adults All students will need to have a practice skirt. This class is for boys and girls. Class#: Dates: Day: Time: Location: Instructor: Hancock Location: TCC Fee: $25.00/4 Wks 2021.201 Jul 12-Aug 30 Thu 6:00-6:50pm TCC Class#: Dates: Day: Time: 2021.202 Sep 6-Oct 25 Thu 6:00-6:50pm CRC 1580.201 Jul 9-Jul 30 Mon 4:45-5:45pm Intermediate Teen & Adults Ages: 12 - Adults 1580.202 Sep 10-Oct 1 Mon 4:45-5:45pm Class#: Dates: Day: Time: Location: 1580.203 Oct 8-Oct 29 Mon 4:45-5:45pm 2024.201 Jul 12-Aug 30 Thu 5:00-5:50pm TCC 1580.204 Nov 5-Dec 3* Mon 4:45-5:45pm 2024.202 Sep 6-Oct 25 Thu 5:00-5:50pm CRC *Class Skip Dates: Nov 12 Advanced Teen & Adults Ages: 12 - Adults Class#: Dates: Day: Time: Location: 2023.201 Jul 11-Aug 29 Wed 6:00-6:50pm TCC Belly Dancing 2023.202 Sep 5-Oct 24 Wed 6:00-6:50pm OTCT Studio Ages: 14 Years - Adults Dance to the hypnotic music of the Middle East. Improve muscle tone and develop a more positive body image while having fun in this class. Learn Advanced Modern Square Dance movements to compliment the various Arabic drum rhythms. There is an extra Ages: 8 Years - Adults workshop on musical styles, costuming and cultures of the region. Square Dancing is the American Folk Dance. Enjoy an activity that couples do Instructor: Stradley Fee: $48.00/8 Wks together. A family activity where even children get involved. A great place for Beginning (Wednesday) singles to meet. Square Dancing is easy to learn, inexpensive, and it gets you off Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Location: the couch and provides mental and physical exercise. These classes are for 3000.201 Jul 11-Aug 29 Wed 6:15-7:15pm CRC Dance returning dancers and those who have completed Beginning Modern Square 3000.202 Sep 26-Nov 14 Wed 6:00-7:00pm CRC Dancing. Participants must enroll by July 16, 2007. Beginning (Thursday) Instructor: Ludwa, Young – Caller Location: TCC Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Location: Class#: Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 3002.201 Jul 12-Aug 30 Thu 7:10-8:10pm TCC 3218.200 Jul 9-Oct 29* Mon 7:00-9:00pm $64.00/16 Wks 3002.202 Sep 27-Nov 15 Thu 7:10-8:10pm TCC 3218.201 Jul 9-Jul 30 Mon 7:00-9:00pm $18.00/4 Wks Intermediate/Advanced 3218.202 Aug 6-Aug 27 Mon 7:00-9:00pm $18.00/4 Wks Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Location: 3218.203 Sep 10-Oct 1 Mon 7:00-9:00pm $18.00/4 Wks 3001.201 Jul 11-Aug 29 Wed 7:30-8:40pm CRC 3218.204 Oct 8-Oct 29 Mon 7:00-9:00pm $18.00/4 Wks 3001.202 Sep 26-Nov 14 Wed 7:10-8:20pm CRC Note: Drop-in is available at $5/per person at the door, family of 3 or more: $10/week. *Class Skip Dates: Sep 3 11 Performing Arts Ballroom Dance Lessons Hip Hop Theater Ages: 10 Years - Adults Ages: 13 - 18 Years Being a good dancer is a definite plus to social situations. Learning to ballroom Students will be introduced to the five elements of Hip Hop Theater. There will be dance will help you make many new friends as you learn a lifetime social skill that a DJ and MC’s rapping with words of expressions pertaining to issues of life. will provide years of enjoyment and a good workout too! These classes are tailored Beatboxer scratch records that define the rhythm of beats for the DJ, Break to the beginner, so sign up today and join in on one of our nation’s favorite pastimes. Dancing, and Graffiti Art. Students will learn basic acting techniques, Instructor: Irwin improvisation scenes, work on their emotions and act out scenes from classical Wednesday’s Location: CRC and contemporary theater. Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Theme: Materials Fee: Additional $30.00 is due to instructor. 3200.201 Jul 11-Jul 25 Wed 7:15-8:45pm $18.00/3 Wks Disco Hustle Instructor: Cooley Location: OTCT Dance Studio Fee: $95.00/6 Wks 3200.202 Aug 1-Aug 29 Wed 7:15-8:45pm $30.00/5 Wks West Cst. Swing Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: 3200.203 Sep 5-Sep 26 Wed 7:15-8:45pm $24.00/4 Wks Rumba 1585.201 Jul 24-Aug 28 Tue 4:00-6:30pm 3200.204 Oct 3-Oct 24 Wed 7:15-8:45pm $24.00/4 Wks Salsa 1585.202 Sep 11-Oct 23* Tue 4:00-6:30pm 3200.205 Nov 7-Nov 28* Wed 7:15-8:45pm $18.00/3 Wks Cha-Cha *Class Skip Date: Oct 9 3200.206 Dec 5-Dec 19 Wed 7:15-8:45pm $18.00/3 Wks Tango Thursday’s Location: (Jul-Aug) MPSC (Sep-Dec) CRC Musical Theatre Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Theme: Musical Theatre class is designed for the student who loves to both sing and 3400.201 Jul 12-Jul 26 Thu 7:15-8:45pm $18.00/3 Wks Disco Hustle dance. Students will be taught basic voice control and simple theatre dance 3400.202 Aug 2-Aug 30 Thu 7:15-8:45pm $30.00/5 Wks West Cst Swing movements. Comfortable shoes and clothing should be worn. 3400.203 Sep 6-Sep 27 Thu 7:15-8:45pm $24.00/4 Wks Rumba Instructor: Rowley/Staff Location: Cathy’s Dance Fee: $90.00/8 Wks 3400.204 Oct 4-Nov 1 Thu 7:15-8:45pm $30.00/5 Wks Salsa Ages: 5 - 7 Years 3400.205 Nov 8-Nov 29* Thu 7:15-8:45pm $18.00/3 Wks Cha-Cha Class#: Dates: Day: Time: 3400.206 Dec 6-Dec 20 Thu 7:15-8:45pm $18.00/3 Wks Tango 1308.201 Aug 24-Oct 12 Fri 5:30-6:15pm *Class Skip Dates: Nov 21, Nov 22 1308.202 Oct 19-Dec 14* Fri 5:30-6:15pm Ages: 8 - 12 Years Class#: Dates: Day: Time: Ballroom Dances 1309.201 Aug 24-Oct 12 Fri 6:15-7:00pm Ages: 10 Years - Adults 1309.202 Oct 19-Dec 14* Fri 6:15-7:00pm Ballroom dancing has come to town. It’s time to put your dance skills to work and *Class Skip Date: Nov 23 have fun too! Dance Waltz, Fox-Trot, Swing, Latin, Polka & Hustle to danceable music. Refreshments will be served or bring your own drinks and snacks (no alcohol). Free dance lesson and door prizes awarded at intermission. Stage Acting Instructor: Irwin Location: TCC Fee: $6.00/pay at the door Classes will cover the fundamentals of stage acting. Young actors will work on Class#: Dates: Day: Time: audition skills, stage direction, cold reading, creating a character, monologues 3201.201 Jul 14 Sat 7:30-10:00pm and scene work. Material used in classes will be age appropriate. This class is 3201.202 Aug 11 Sat 7:30-10:00pm great for both the beginning and intermediate young actor. 3201.203 Sep 8 Sat 7:30-10:00pm Materials Fee: Additional $10.00 due to instructor. 3201.204 Oct 13 Sat 7:30-10:00pm Instructor: TPAC Staff Location: OTCT Rehearsal Room Dance & Theater 3201.205 Nov 10 Sat 7:30-10:00pm Fee: $130.00/6 Wks 3201.206 Dec 15 Sat 7:30-10:00pm Ages: 7 - 10 Years Class#: Dates: Day: Time: 1565.201 Sep 8-Oct 13 Sat 9:30-11:00am Country Western Dances Ages: 10 - 14 Years Ages: 10 Years - Adults Class#: Dates: Day: Time: Dig out your jeans and cowboy boots. It’s time to dance. We’re having an old 1565.202 Sep 8-Oct 13 Sat 11:00am-12:30pm fashioned Country hoedown. Dance Texas 2-Step, Shuffle, Cowboy Swing, Western Waltz and Cowboy Cha-Cha. Line Dance to Elvira, Cowboy Boogie, Electric Slide, Boot Scootin’ Boogie, Texas Waltz, Waltz Across Texas and Cotton Improvisation Eyed Joe. Refreshments will be served or bring your own snacks and drinks (no Learn the art of “sketch comedy” as seen on Saturday Night Live, Whose Line is alcohol). Door prizes will be awarded at intermission. it Anyway? and “Thank God, You’re Here”. Children will learn to create characters Instructor: Irwin Location: TCC Fee: $6.00/pay at the door and build confidence while playing fun theatre games. Class will allow all Class#: Dates: Day: Time: participants to have “stage-time” each week. 3301.201 Aug 25 Sat 7:30-10:00pm Instructor: TPAC Staff Location: OTCT Dance Studio 3301.202 Oct 27 Sat 7:30-10:00pm Fee: $130.00/6 Wks Ages: 7 - 10 Years Class#: Dates: Day: Time: 1550.201 Sep 8-Oct 13 Sat 9:30-11:00am Ages: 10 - 14 Years Creating Community Class#: Dates: 1550.202 Sep 8-Oct 13 Day: Sat Time: 11:00am-12:30pm Through People, Parks and Programs 12 Performing Arts Music for Toddlers Ages: 18 - 36 Months Hearing, feeling, moving, singing, sharing and playing MUSIC...children absorb and store musical patterns and concepts for enjoyment and growth in all of their musical endeavors. These classes promote your child’s discovery of music through singing, listening and playing simple rhythm instruments. Parent involvement in each lesson is required. Instructor: Miyamoto Location: Miyamoto Music Studio Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 1125.201 Sep 5-Oct 17 Wed 10:00-10:30am $54.00/7 Wks 1125.202 Nov 7-Dec 19* Wed 10:00-10:30am $47.00/6 Wks *Class Skip Date: Nov 21 Group Voice Instruction Piano Your Teachers Never Taught You Group voice instruction will focus on individual singing skills taught in a group Ages: Adults Todd Walker has taught more than 30,000 students from beginners to those with setting. A great opportunity to master an audition song and build performance years of lessons to play the piano in just one day. This workshop will show you experience with a microphone. A recital will be held on the last day of class. why his students proclaim “I’ve learned more in three hours than I did in three Note: There will be no additional cost for the recital. years of lessons”. You will learn 72 chords, 156 hand positions and how to read Material Fee: An additional $10 due to instructor. music from lead sheets and fake books. You will learn how to play any popular Instructor: Dernbach Location: OTCT Rehearsal Room song in any key and master the technique by using the exclusive audio CD and Fee: $75.00/6 Wks study book. This class also prepares you to take Todd’s other piano workshops. Beginning Voice Instruction Ages: 5 - 7 Years If you can read the notes, C, D, E, F, G, A ,B you know enough to enroll. If not, send Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: a SASE to Piano Magic, P.O. Box 1694, Rocklin, CA 95677 for a free pamphlet. 1350.201 Sep 10-Oct 15 Mon 5:00-5:30pm Materials fee: $25.00 for study book and CD due to instructor. Voice Instruction Ages: 8 - 11 Years Instructor: Walker Location: MPSC Fee: $42.00/Workshop* Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Class#: Class Date: Day: Time: 1351.201 Sep 10-Oct 15 Mon 5:45-6:30pm 3106.201 Dec 4 Wed 6:00-9:00pm Music Technology and Composing Ages: 14 - 20 Years Learn To Play Piano By Ear This class (creating music, beats) is 80% hands-on experimenting and learning. No prior experience in music or computers is expected. You create the music Ages: Adults Most people believe you have to be born with a special gift in order to play music (beats) you like; what is in your head. Classes are taught in a supportive by ear. But that’s not the case! If you can figure out the melody to “Mary Had a environment by music professionals available to answer 100% of your questions Little Lamb” you’re ready to take this class. The secret to playing music by ear about the music industry. is knowing what chords go along with the melody. You will learn how to hear and Instructor: Ware Location: Temecula Public Library Fee: $100.00/4 Wks know the correct chord changes, how to use bass lines, how to transpose, and Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: the Circle of Fourths and Fifths. Forget about your sheet music. You’ll be 2007.201 Jul 6-Jul 27 Fri 4:00-6:00pm memorizing tunes as you learn them. You should have a basic knowledge of 2007.202 Aug 3-Aug 24 Fri 4:00-6:00pm chords. If you don’t, take the “Piano Your Teachers Never Taught You” class first. 2007.203 Sep 7-Sep 28 Fri 4:00-6:00pm Materials fee: $25.00 for study book and CD due to instructor. 2007.204 Oct 5-Oct 26 Fri 4:00-6:00pm Instructor: Walker Location: MPSC Fee: $42.00/Workshop* 2007.205 Nov 2-Nov 30* Fri 4:00-6:00pm Class#: Class Date: Day: Time: *Class Skip Date: Nov 23 3106.202 Dec 5 Thu 6:00-9:00pm *Take both of Todd Walker’s piano workshops for a discounted price of $74.00! Beginning Guitar Please Note: Discount is not available when registering online. Ages: 7 Years - Adults Beginning lessons for aspiring musicians, who always wanted to play the acoustic guitar. Learn how to read music and play the basic chords for popular songs. Students provide their own guitar. Music Materials Fee: An additional $5.00 due to instructor Instructor: Poletti Location: MPSC Fee: $90.00/8 Wks Class#: 1421.201 Class Dates: Jul 3-Aug 21 Day: Tue Time: 6:30-7:30pm Online Registration Now 1421.202 Aug 28-Oct 16 Tue 6:30-7:30pm FREE of Surcharges 1421.203 Oct 23-Dec 11 Tue 6:30-7:30pm Register Online at: www.cityoftemecula.org 13 Sports & Fitness Tennis Ages: 7 - Adults Tennis is a sport for the entire family and a sport for life. Experience the fun and fundamentals of the game. Lessons include strokes, serve and volley, rules and game strategy. All levels and ages are welcome. Take advantage of the Family Rate; Family Rate applies to couples, parents, brothers and sisters only! Instructor: Leander, U.S.P.T.A. Development Coach Location: TVHS Tennis Courts Family Rate: $10.00 discount/First enrollee pays full price, additional family Kidz Love Soccer, Inc. members pay discounted rate. Limited to immediate family members only. Kidz 2-12 years of age learn the world’s most popular sport from professional Please Note: Discount is not available when registering online. coaches trained in the Kidz Love Soccer method; a session experience includes Beginning Juniors Ages: 7 - 13 Years age-appropriate activities: skill demonstrations, fun games, and instructional Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: scrimmages conducted in a non-competitive, recreational format. 1405.201 Jul 5-Aug 16* Thu 5:30-6:30pm $55.00/6 Wks Kidz Love Soccer: “Where the score is always fun to fun!” 1405.202 Sep 6-Oct 11 Thu 5:30-6:30pm $55.00/6 Wks Log onto www.kidzlovesoccer.com for more information. 1405.203 Oct 25-Dec 6* Thu 5:30-6:30pm $55.00/6 Wks Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer staff Beginning/Intermediate Juniors Ages: 7 - 13 Years Location: Long Canyon Creek Park Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Materials Required: Shin guards required after first class meeting. 1406.201 Jul 5-Aug 16* Thu 6:30-7:30pm $55.00/6 Wks In case of rain-outs, call the KLS Field Hot-Line at 1-800-399-8111 1406.202 Sep 6-Oct 11 Thu 6:30-7:30pm $55.00/6 Wks Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer Ages: 2 - 3.5 Years & Parent 1406.203 Oct 25-Dec 6* Thu 6:30-7:30pm $55.00/6 Wks Introduce yourself and your toddler to the “World’s Most Popular Game”! As you and Beginning/Intermediate Adult Ages: 14 - Adults Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Soccer / Basketball / Tennis your child participate in our fun age-appropriate activities, your child will be developing their large motor skills and socialization skills. A variety of activities 1407.201 Jul 5-Aug 16* Thu 7:30-8:30pm $60.00/6 Wks designed around the game of soccer will be played each week. The fun happens on 1407.202 Sep 6-Oct 11 Thu 7:30-8:30pm $60.00/6 Wks the field, and in Mommy/Daddy Soccer, you won’t have to watch from the sidelines. 1407.203 Oct 25-Dec 6* Thu 7:30-8:30pm $60.00/6 Wks Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: *Class Skip Dates: Aug 2, Nov 22 1600.201 Jun 29-Aug 17 Fri 8:30-9:00am $82.00/8 Wks 1601.201 Jun 29-Aug 17 Fri 9:00-9:30am $82.00/8 Wks Beginning Basketball Skills 1600.202 Sep 14-Nov 9 Fri 9:00-9:30am $89.00/9 Wks Ages: 5 - 10 Years 1601.202 Sep 14-Nov 9 Fri 9:30-10:00am $89.00/9 Wks Boys and girls learn the fundamentals of basketball taught by former Harlem Tot Soccer Ages: 3.5 - 4 Years Globetrotter, Tommie Davis. Learn offense, defense, team play, shooting, Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: dribbling, passing and lay-ups! 1602.201 Jun 29-Aug 17 Fri 10:15-10:50am $82.00/8 Wks Instructor: Davis Location: CRC Gym Fee: $25.00/4 Wks 1603.201 Jun 29-Aug17 Fri 6:05-6:35pm $82.00/8 Wks Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: 1604.201 Jun 23-Aug 18 Sat 9:00-9:30am $89.00/9 Wks 2404.201 Jul 10-Jul 31 Tue 4:00-5:00pm 1602.202 Sep 14-Nov 9 Fri 10:50-11:20am $89.00/9 Wks 2404.202 Aug 7-Aug 28 Tue 4:00-5:00pm 1603.202 Sep 14-Nov 9 Fri 2:15-2:45pm $89.00/9 Wks 2404.203 Sep 4-Sep 25 Tue 4:00-5:00pm 1604.202 Sep 15-Nov 10 Sat 9:00-9:30am $89.00/9 Wks 2404.204 Oct 2-Oct 23 Tue 4:00-5:00pm Pre-Soccer Ages: 4 - 5 Years Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 1605.201 Jun 29-Aug 17 Fri 9:45-10:15am $82.00/8 Wks Intermediate Basketball Skills 1606.201 Jun 29-Aug 17 Fri 3:45-4:20pm $82.00/8 Wks Ages: 11 - 19 Years 1607.201 Jun 23-Aug 18 Sat 9:30-10:05am $89.00/9 Wks Intermediate level class taught by former Harlem Globetrotter, Tommie Davis. 1605.202 Sep 14-Nov 9 Fri 10:15-10:50am $89.00/9 Wks Improve offense, defense, dribbling, team play, shooting, dribbling, passing 1606.202 Sep 14-Nov 9 Fri 2:45-3:20pm $89.00/9 Wks and agility! 1607.202 Sep 15-Nov 10 Sat 9:30-10:05am $89.00/9 Wks Instructor: Davis Location: CRC Gym Fee: $80.00/4 Wks Soccer 1 Ages: 5 - 6 Years Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 2504.201 Jul 10-Jul 31 Tue 5:00-7:00pm 1608.201 Jun 29-Aug 17 Fri 10:50-11:35am $82.00/8 Wks 2504.202 Aug 7-Aug 28 Tue 5:00-7:00pm 1614.201 Jun 29-Aug 17 Fri 4:20-5:05pm $82.00/8 Wks 2504.203 Sep 4-Sep 25 Tue 5:00-7:00pm 1609.201 Jun 23-Aug 18 Sat 10:05-10:50am $89.00/9 Wks 2504.204 Oct 2-Oct 23 Tue 5:00-7:00pm 1608.202 Sep 14-Nov 9 Fri 3:20-4:05pm $89.00/9 Wks 1609.202 Sep 15-Nov 10 Sat 10:05-10:50am $89.00/9 Wks Soccer 2 Ages: 7 - 8 Years Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 1610.201 Jun 29-Aug 17 Fri 5:05-5:50pm $82.00/8 Wks 1611.201 Jun 23-Aug 18 Sat 10:50-11:35am $89.00/9 Wks 1610.202 Sep 14-Nov 9 Fri 4:05-4:50pm $89.00/9 Wks 1611.202 Sep 15-Nov 10 Sat 10:50-11:35am $89.00/9 Wks Soccer 3 Ages: 9 - 12 Years Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 1612.201 Jun 29-Aug 17 Fri 5:05-6:05pm $82.00/8 Wks 1613.201 Jun 23-Aug 18 Sat 10:50-11:50am $89.00/9 Wks 1612.202 Sep 14-Nov 9 Fri 4:05-5:05pm $89.00/9 Wks 14 1613.202 Sep 15-Nov 10 Sat 10:50-11:50am $89.00/9 Wks Sports & Fitness Junior Golf Clinic Developmental Gymnastics & Tumbling Ages: 6 - 17 Years Ages: 5 - 17 Years PGA Professional Steve Adamiak and his experienced staff offer a wonderful Progressive boys and girls gymnastic skills will be taught beginning with basic introduction to the game of golf. Every student will learn the proper skills in a fun, skill development in a safe and fun environment. The Tumbling class teaches entertaining atmosphere. Golf clubs will be provided if needed or can be beginning through advanced skills utilizing three various trampolines and a purchased on site. padded tumbling floor for skill development. Instructor: Adamiak Location: Redhawk Golf Course Instructor: Gym Staff Location: DC Gymnastics & Tumbling Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Beginning Gymnastics 1500.201 Jul 11-Jul 25 Wed 4:00-5:00pm $37.50/3 Wks Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 1500.202 Aug 8-Aug 29 Wed 4:00-5:00pm $50.00/4 Wks 1516.201 Jul 14-Aug 18 Sat 10:15-11:15am $117.00/6 Wks 1500.203 Sep 5-Sep 26* Wed 4:00-5:00pm $37.50/3 Wks 1516.202 Sep 1-Oct 6 Sat 10:15-11:15am $117.00/6 Wks 1500.204 Oct 3-Oct 24 Wed 4:00-5:00pm $50.00/4 Wks 1516.203 Oct 20-Dec 15* Sat 10:15-11:15am $156.00/8 Wks 1500.205 Nov 7-Nov 28* Wed 4:00-5:00pm $37.50/3 Wks Beginning Tumbling 1500.206 Dec 5-Dec 19 Wed 4:00-5:00pm $37.50/3 Wks Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: *Class Skip Date: Sep 19, Nov 21 1518.201 Jul 14-Aug 18 Sat 10:15-11:15am $117.00/6 Wks 1518.202 Sep 1- Oct 6 Sat 10:15-11:15am $117.00/6 Wks 1518.203 Oct 20-Dec 15* Sat 10:15-11:15am $156.00/8 Wks Women’s Golf Clinic *Class Skip Date: Nov 24 Ages: 16 Years - Adults PGA Professional Steve Adamiak and his experienced staff offer a wonderful introduction to the game of golf. Each student will learn proper fundamentals, Preschool Gymnastics swing techniques, and course skills. Golf clubs will be provided if needed or can These structured gymnastic classes emphasize “fun in fitness” with attention be purchased on site. given to safety. Activities include obstacle courses, trampoline, bars, balance Instructor: Adamiak Location: Redhawk Golf Course beam, tumbling and more! Class benefits include self-confidence, strength and Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: endurance. 1501.201 Jul 10-Jul 31 Tue 10:00-11:00am $50.00/4 Wks Instructor: Gym Staff Location: DC Gymnastics & Tumbling 1501.202 Aug 7-Aug 28 Tue 10:00-11:00am $50.00/4 Wks Early Tumblers Ages: 1.5 - 3.1 Years 1501.203 Sep 4-Sep 25* Tue 10:00-11:00am $37.50/3 Wks Please note that Early Tumblers is a Parent Participation Class. 1501.204 Oct 2-Oct 23 Tue 10:00-11:00am $50.00/4 Wks Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 1501.205 Nov 6-Nov 27 Tue 10:00-11:00am $50.00/4 Wks 1510.201 Jul 12-Aug 16 Thu 10:15-10:55am $98.00/6 Wks 1501.206 Dec 4-Dec 18 Tue 10:00-11:00am $37.50/3 Wks 1510.202 Jul 14-Aug 18 Sat 9:15-9:55am $98.00/6 Wks *Class Skip Date: Sep 18 1510.203 Aug 30-Oct 4 Thu 10:15-10:55am $98.00/6 Wks 1510.204 Sep 1-Oct 6 Sat 9:15-9:55am $98.00/6 Wks 1510.205 Oct 18-Dec 13* Thu 10:15-10:55am $130.00/8 Wks Seniors Golf Clinic 1510.206 Oct 20-Dec 15* Sat 9:15-9:55am $130.00/8 Wks Ages: 50+ Tumbling Tots Ages: 2.5 - 3.8 Years PGA Professional Steve Adamiak and his experienced staff offer a wonderful Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: introduction to the game of golf. Each student will learn proper fundamentals, Golf / Gymnastics 1511.201 Jul 12-Aug 16 Thu 10:15am-11:00am $106.00/6 Wks swing techniques, and course skills. Golf clubs will be provided if needed or can 1511.202 Jul 14-Aug 18 Sat 9:15-10:00am $106.00/6 Wks be purchased on site. 1511.203 Aug 30-Oct 4 Thu 10:15am-11:00am $106.00/6 Wks Instructor: Adamiak Location: Redhawk Golf Course 1511.204 Sep 1-Oct 6 Sat 9:15-10:00am $106.00/6 Wks Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 1511.205 Oct 18-Dec 13* Thu 10:15am-11:00am $141.00/8 Wks 1502.201 Jul 9-Jul 30 Mon 9:00-10:00am $40.00/4 Wks 1511.206 Oct 20-Dec 15* Sat 9:15-10:00am $141.00/8 Wks 1502.202 Aug 6-Aug 27 Mon 9:00-10:00am $40.00/4 Wks Kinder Tumblers Ages: 3.5 - 4.11 Years 1502.203 Sep 5-Sep 26* Wed 9:00-10:00am $30.00/3 Wks Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 1502.204 Oct 1-Oct 22 Mon 9:00-10:00am $40.00/4 Wks 1512.201 Jul 12-Aug 16 Thu 10:15-11:05am $114.00/6 Wks 1502.205 Nov 5-Nov 26* Mon 9:00-10:00am $30.00/3 Wks 1512.202 Jul 14-Aug 18 Sat 9:15-10:05am $114.00/6 Wks 1502.206 Dec 3-Dec 17 Mon 9:00-10:00am $30.00/3 Wks 1512.203 Aug 30-Oct 4 Thu 10:15-11:05am $114.00/6 Wks *Class Skip Date: Sep 19, Nov 12 1512.204 Sep 1-Oct 6 Sat 9:15-10:05am $114.00/6 Wks 1512.205 Oct 18-Dec 13* Thu 10:15-11:05am $151.00/8 Wks 1512.206 Oct 20-Dec 15* Sat 9:15-10:05am $151.00/8 Wks *Class Skip Date: Nov 22, Nov 24 Online Registration Now FREE of Surcharges Register Online at: www.cityoftemecula.org 15 Sports & Fitness Little Tigers Intro to TaeKwonDo Ages: 3 - 6 Years Ages: 5.5 Years - Adults The class is professionally designed to teach young Both children and adults need to know self-defense skills. Parents may take this children important life skills in a fun, exciting and enriching class to encourage younger children to be active in their own protection. We learn manner. Our goal is to teach your child coordination, discipline, courtesy, honor, perseverance, self-control, indomitable spirit and concentration and self-control in a unique method we call loyalty. These are the tenets by which we choose to live our lives. We practice “edu-tainment.” Classes are taught in a professional TaeKwonDo studio by Head kick and hand techniques that will allow us to defend ourselves against attack. Master Instructor, Joe Leuschen, who has over 19 years of experience. Wear comfortable clothes, easy-to-remove shoes and bring water. Instructor is a Materials Fee: Additional $37.00 fee for uniform due to instructor. 4th-Degree Black belt. Optional fee of $35.00 for uniform or $15.00 for t-shirt. Instructor: Leuschen Location: Iron TaeKwonDo Fee: $75.00/4 Wks Instructor: Ortega Location: Temecula Valley TaeKwonDo Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: $39.00/4 Wks 1700.201 Jul 3-Jul 26 Tue/Thu 4:00-4:30pm Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: 1700.202 Jul 31-Aug 23 Tue/Thu 4:00-4:30pm 1400.201 Jul 12-Aug 2 Thu 5:00-6:00p 1700.203 Aug 28-Sep 20 Tue/Thu 4:00-4:30pm 1400.202 Aug 9-Aug 30 Thu 5:00-6:00pm 1700.204 Sep 25-Oct 18 Tue/Thu 4:00-4:30pm 1400.203 Sep 6-Sep 27 Thu 5:00-6:00pm 1700.205 Oct 23-Nov 15 Tue/Thu 4:00-4:30pm 1400.204 Oct 4-Oct 25 Thu 5:00-6:00pm 1700.206 Nov 27-Dec 20 Tue/Thu 4:00-4:30pm 1400.205 Nov 1-Nov 29* Thu 5:00-6:00pm 1400.206 Dec 6-Dec 27 Thu 5:00-6:00pm *Class Skip Dates: Nov 22 Practical Self-Defense Ages: 10 Years - Adults Class caters to older kids and their parents and is often taught by a police officer. Tai Chi We focus on scenarios that require mental alertness and physical skills that we Ages: 18 Years - Adults practice until you have muscle memory that should remain with you in times of This class balances both body and mind. The class introduces a short form of Tai stress. Sign up for more than one session, as we continue to add to your Chi in relaxing, repeated patterns for easy memorization. Learn to use breath and knowledge, although you can begin at any time. Wear comfortable clothes and body movements together. The last few minutes of class are floor exercises, easy-to-remove shoes. Materials Fee: A $10.00 fee is due to the instructor some yoga, but all aimed at improving body posture and strengthening muscles Instructor: Ortega Location: Temecula Valley TaeKwonDo Fee: $39.00/4 Wks that are falling into “unused” categories. Wear comfortable clothing, bring a Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: beach towel or mat, and bottled water. Master Ortega teaches this Tai Chi as both 3601.201 Jul 12-Aug 2 Thu 6:00-7:00pm meditation in motion, and a self-defense martial art. 3601.202 Aug 9-Aug 30 Thu 6:00-7:00pm Instructor: Ortega Location: Temecula Valley TaeKwonDo 3601.203 Sep 6-Sep 27 Thu 6:00-7:00pm Fee: $39.00/4 Wks 3601.204 Oct 4-Oct 25 Thu 6:00-7:00pm Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fitness & Martial Arts 3601.205 Nov 1-Nov 29* Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3600.201 Jul 12-Aug 2 Thu 12:00-1:00pm 3601.206 Dec 6-Dec 27 Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3600.202 Aug 9-Aug 30 Thu 12:00-1:00pm *Class Skip Date: Nov 22 3600.203 Sep 6-Sep 27 Thu 12:00-1:00pm 3600.204 Oct 4-Oct 25 Thu 12:00-1:00pm Sound Bodies, Sound Minds 3600.205 Nov 1-Nov 29* Thu 12:00-1:00pm Circuit & Toning Class 3600.206 Dec 6-Dec 27 Thu 12:00-1:00pm Ages: 14 Years - Adults *Class Skip Date: Nov 22 A combination class that will strengthen the cardiovascular system, while toning the legs, arms, abdominals and core to improve overall body form. This class meets twice a week for one low monthly fee. Instructor education and experience Yoga For Vitality include: Aerobics (8+ yrs), Martial arts training, Black Belt in TKD, TKB (6+ yrs), Ages: 14 Years - Adults AFAA and CPR/First Aid certification. For beginners to advanced yoga students. Traditional yoga Instructor: Miles Location: Harveston Community Room movements and postures for more mobility and less pain. Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Release your deepest stress to enjoy life to its fullest. With 3510.201 Jul 2-Jul 23* Mon/Wed 5:00-5:45pm $20.00/3 Wks 25 years of experience, the instructor stresses modifying 3510.202 Sep 10-Oct 17 Mon/Wed 5:00-5:45pm $40.00/6 Wks and adapting the yoga to your level. After invigorating 3510.203 Nov 5-Dec 19* Mon/Wed 5:00-5:45pm $40.00/6 Wks yourself with yoga, deeply relax with music from India. *Class Skip Dates: Jul 4, Nov 12, Nov 21 Wear clothing conducive to breathing and moving. Go to www.yogatemecula.com for more information. Bring a Sound Bodies, Minds yoga mat. Cardio Kickboxing Instructor: Khalsa Fee: $50.00/4 Wks Ages: 14 Years - Adults Tuesday’s Location: Svetlana’s Dance Academy Have fun while building yourself from the inside out! Personalized instruction Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: comprises a premier cardiovascular workout, toning, and strength training. This 3700.201 Aug 21-Sep 11 Tue 9:15-10:30am class meets twice a week for one low monthly fee. Instructor education and 3700.202 Sep 18-Oct 9 Tue 9:15-10:30am experience includes: Aerobics (8 yrs), Martial arts training, Black Belt in TKD, TKB 3700.203 Oct 16-Nov 6 Tue 9:15-10:30am (6+ yrs), AFAA and CPR/First Aid certification. Strongly recommended: Cross 3700.204 Nov 13-Dec 11* Tue 9:15-10:30am Training shoes, mat, pair of weights. Thursday’s Location: Harveston Community Room Instructor: Miles Location: Harveston Community Room Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 3701.201 Sep 6-Sep 27 Thu 6:00-7:15pm 3500.201 Jul 2-Jul 23* Mon/Wed 6:00-7:00pm $25.00/3 Wks 3701.202 Oct 4-Oct 25 Thu 6:00-7:15pm 3500.202 Sep 10-Oct 3 Mon/Wed 6:00-7:00pm $30.00/4 Wks 3701.203 Nov 1-Nov 29* Thu 6:00-7:15pm 3500.203 Oct 8-Oct 31 Mon/Wed 6:00-7:00pm $30.00/4 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Nov 20, Nov 22 16 3500.204 Nov 5-Dec 5* Mon/Wed 6:00-7:00pm *Class Skip Dates: Jul 4, Nov 12, Nov 21 $30.00/4 Wks Sports League Information Sport Facilities and Leagues CRC Open Gym City facilities are maintained year-round and offer high quality community park Basketball & Volleyball sites. Facilities include lighted and unlighted softball/baseball diamonds, The Community Recreation Center offers special open gym time for teens, adults soccer/football fields, indoor basketball/volleyball courts, roller hockey arena, and seniors, featuring basketball and volleyball. Dates and times may change for tennis courts, tot lots and barbecue areas. Fields and courts are available for holidays, special events, and maintenance of the facility. A monthly calendar of youth and adult leagues, tournaments and public use. If you are interested in our operating hours can be obtained from the CRC. facilities or need information about leagues, please call 694-6410. Fee Type: Fee Amount: Required Resident Card $1.00/Annually Sports Fields are available at these locations: Required Non-resident Card $1.00/Annually Park Name: Address: Resident Entrance FREE Pala Community Park 44900 Temecula Ln Non-resident Entrance $3.00/Per Visit Paloma Del Sol Park 32099 DePortola Rd Ronald Reagan Sports Park 30875 Rancho Vista Rd Temecula Middle School 42075 Meadows Pkwy Margarita Community Park 29119 Margarita Rd Harveston Community Park 28582 Harveston Dr Youth Sports Organization Directory Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park 32380 Deer Hollow Way The following organizations are not affiliated with the City of Temecula Community Services Department. Please contact these organizations directly regarding youth sports. Baseball/Softball 2007 Summer/Fall Adult Sports Leagues Temecula National Little League (North of Rancho Cal) 694-6852 Information packages regarding rules and procedures are available at the CRC for Temecula American Little League 302-1936 pick-up, or for more information you may call 694-6410. Persons interested in Temecula Valley Junior/Senior Big League 506-1206 participating in City league sports, but who do not have a team, may place their Temecula Valley Central Little League 202-3185 name on an eligibility list by calling the CRC. Every effort will be made to place Temecula Valley Girls Softball Assoc. 296-5522 interested players on a team, but placement is not guaranteed. Temecula Youth Baseball (PONY) 541-0994 Non-Resident Fee Policy Basketball Non-residents are defined as those who reside outside the city limits of Temecula Youth Basketball 699-9307 Temecula. These non-residents are required to pay an additional fee of $10.00 per person, per league, per session. Football Temecula Valley Pop Warner 302-3304 2007 Summer/Fall League Registration Information League: Start Date: Reg Date: Mgr Mtg: Hockey League Information Adult Softball Aug 10 Jun 26 Aug 3 Temecula Valley In-line Hockey Assoc. 461-3547 Judo Adult Softball Leagues Temecula Valley Judo Club 698-4297 Fee: $450.00/Team - additional $10.00 non-resident fee per non-resident player Day: League: Start Date: Time: Location: Swim Mon Womens/Mens IV Aug 13 6:00-10:00pm PHBSP Temecula Swim & Water Polo Club 699-5526 Tue Mens III Aug 14 6:00-10:00pm PHBSP Wed Mens II Aug 15 6:00-10:00pm PHBSP Soccer Wed Wood Bat (Open) Aug 15 6:00-10:00pm PHBSP Temecula Valley Youth Soccer Assoc. 676-5425 Thu Mens I & IV Aug 16 6:00-10:00pm PHBSP Temecula United Soccer Club 694-3254 Fri Co-ed Aug 10 6:00-10:00pm PHBSP Southwest Soccer Club 699-7972 Track & Field Temecula Valley Time Machine 894-6362 Adult Softball Tournaments Location: Harveston Fields Fee: $200.00 YMCA Tournament: Day: Date: Time: Reg Deadline: Basketball & Flag Football 677-9622 Turkey Trot Sat Nov 17 TBA Temecula Teams: Nov 6 Non-Res Teams: Nov 7 Toys For Kids Sat Dec 15 TBA Temecula Teams: Dec 4 Non-Res Teams: Dec 5 Attention Coaches Are you looking for additional players? Call the CRC at 694-6410 to request names of individuals waiting to play in organized competition. Online Registration Now FREE of Surcharges Field Closures If you would like to be notified of all field closures, please visit the city website at Register Online at: www.cityoftemecula.org to be placed on an email distribution list. www.cityoftemecula.org 17 F.I.T. High Hopes & Park Rangers GET HEALTHY…STAY HEALTHY… ONE STEP AT A TIME… Sponsors: Ages: All Ages Dates: Monday, June 4, 2007 – Friday, November 16, 2007 Days: Monday - Friday Time: 6:00-8:00pm Location: Harveston Community Park, 28582 Harveston Drive Ronald Regan Sports Park, 30875 Rancho Vista Road “Temecula - Running Circles Around the World” 2nd Annual - Run For Fitness 5k/10k Walk-Run Back by popular demand! Here is your chance to get healthy, stay healthy and learn to become a healthier person. This exciting program is designed The City of Temecula understands the benefits of overall health to promote a healthier lifestyle for citizens of all ages who want to be active and wellness and wishes to encourage citizens to participate in and to be FIT. Whether you chose to walk or to run, to maintain your weight this annual Run For Fitness 5k/10k Walk-Run. or to lose a few excess pounds, or to just have fun in a safe F.I.T. High Hopes & Park Rangers environment….this program is for you, your family and your friends. Date: Sunday, September 16th Time: 8:00am A fitness tracking card will be made available for each program participant Location: CRC, 30875 Rancho Vista Road to track their individual weekly progress. Nutritional and healthy living Fees: Adults - $25.00, (Youth free with paid adult) information will be provided at each session. Prizes will be awarded to Youth - $10.00, (w/o paid adult) participants who complete milestones in the program. For more information, please contact the Community Services Department at 694-6410 Temecula Park Rangers Temecula High Hopes Program We are pleased to announce that the City now has two Park Rangers currently Ages: Adults monitoring its many park sites here in Temecula. Since incorporation in 1989, The Temecula High Hopes Program enables our special needs adults, ages 18 the City of Temecula’s park system has experienced extraordinary growth and the and older, to socialize and interact with peers while participating in group number of citizens and their guests using the park system continues to increase activities and events. The program meets at the Temecula Community Center annually. Therefore, as a community outreach and customer service program the (TCC), 28816 Pujol Street (Old Town Temecula), on the first and third Fridays of Park Rangers are now part of the Community Services Department’s team each month. Check out the following calendar for upcoming activities. For responsible for directly assisting citizens in understanding and maintaining the additional information, call the TCC at (951) 694-6469. safety rules and regulations established for the park system. High Hopes Calendar Summer/Fall 2007 Listed below are a number of rules and regulations that the Park Rangers will be Date: Event: monitoring and enforcing during each park visit. In order to make your park visit Jul 20 Pirates Search For The “Dead Man’s Chest” more safe and enjoyable please adhere to the following: Aug 3 Casino Night (Potluck) Aug 17 Movie Night with the City of Temecula (Harveston Community Park) • Please slow down when driving in all parking areas. (Potluck – Call TCC for details and times – “Happy Feet” Sep 7 Mulligan’s Family Fun Center (NO Potluck) Meet at Mulligan’s • All neighborhood parks close at dusk. ($15/per person – Pizza, drinks, unlimited rides and golf) • Dogs must be on a leash at all times. Sep 21 8th Anniversary Celebration Dance (NO Potluck) Pre-registration is required. Call 694-6469 • Consumption of alcohol in the park system is prohibited. Oct 5 Karaoke Night (Potluck) • Use of party jumps must be pre-approved and only approved vendors may Oct 19 Halloween Party – Wear Your Costume! (Potluck/Dance) provide such jumps. Please call 694-6410 for detailed information. Nov 2 Movie Night (Potluck) Bring your Pillows! Nov 16 Turkey Day Celebration (Potluck/Dance – Call TCC for details) • Selling merchandise or providing services are prohibited in City Parks. Dec 7 Holiday Party & Dance (NO Potluck – Call TCC for details) • Overnight parking is prohibited at all park sites. Dec 14 Holiday Lights and Festive Sights Bus Tour (5:30-8:00pm) Pre-registration is required. Call 694-6469 Please note: 2007 Calendar of events is subject to change High Hopes Summer Dance Program Day: Time: Location: Tue 2:00-3:00pm TCC High Hopes Choir Day: Time: Location: Tue 3:00-4:00pm TCC CRC Open Gym for High Hopes and Our Special Needs Citizens 18 Day: M/W/F Time: 9:00-11:00am Location: CRC Gym City of Temecula Community Services Department Proudly Presents 4th of July 2007 Spend the Day With US! Spend the Day With US! Star Spangled 4th of July Parade Begins at 10:00 am Old Town Front Street • Between Moreno & 2nd Street Family Fun at the Ronald Reagan Sports Park Food, Fun, & Entertainment Begins at 2:00 pm Ronald Reagan Sports Park • 30875 Rancho Vista Road Fireworks show Begins at 9:00 pm SHARP! Musical simulcast by KATY 101.3 (bring your radio) Ronald Reagan Sports Park • 30875 Rancho Vista Road •Motor homes are not permitted in the established parking lot areas. •Alcoholic beverages and glass containers are strictly prohibited. For more information, call 951-694-6480 Sponsors: 1 Upcoming Performances at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater Events July 2007- December 2007 PERFORMANCE PRESENTER DATE TIME A Funny Thing Happened Actors Contemporary Theater Jun 22, 23, 29, 30 8:00 pm on the Way to the Forum Jun 23, 24, 30, Jul 1 2:00 pm Joseph and the Amazing Triple Threat Academy Jul 5, 6, 7, 8 7:00 pm Technicolor Dreamcoat Jul 7, 8 2:00 pm The 357-seat Old Town Temecula The 4th Annual Temecula Valley Musicians Workshop Jul 12, 13, 14, 15 Various Community Theater is a contemporary, International Jazz Festival state-of-the-art proscenium theater in the Annie, Jr. Fine Arts Network Jul 22 TBD heart of Old Town Temecula. The Theater Summer Camp Production complex includes the Merc, which houses the Urinetown Temecula Performing Arts Company Aug 3, 4, 10, 11 8:00 pm Aug 4, 5, 11, 12 2:00 pm Gallery at the Merc, the Club at the Merc, Pippin Triple Threat Academy Aug 17, 18, 19, 23, 24, 25 8:00 pm and the Ticket Office. Aug 18, 25 2:00 pm Location: 42051 Main Street Mason Williams Benefit Concert Dorland Mountain Arts Colony Aug 26 2:00 pm 7:30 pm Ticket Office Hours: Wed-Sat noon to 6 pm Temecula OnStage Temecula Theater Foundation Sep 1 6:00 pm with extended hours on performance dates Talent Showcase Arts Council of Temecula Sep 7 TBD (two hours before curtain through Daddy Mack Blues Band Sep 14 8:00 pm intermission). Classics from the Cinema Golden Valley Music Society Sep 15 7:30 pm California Chamber Orchestra and For details and tickets, visit The Secret Garden Fine Arts Network Sep 21, 22, 28, 29 8:00 pm www.TemeculaTheater.org or call Sep 23, 29, 30 2:00 pm 1.866.OLD.TOWN (1.866.653.8696). Old Town Temecula Community Oct 4 8:00 pm Theater’s 2nd Anniversary Taylor 2 Dance Company Oct 5, 6 8:00 pm Sleeping Beauty Ballet Svetlana’s Dance Academy Oct 11, 12, 13 TBD Andrew Lloyd Webber Spectacular OnStage Musicals and Oct 14 2:00 pm All Star Cabaret Orchestra Dracula Temecula Valley Players Oct 19, 20, 26, 27 8:00 pm Oct 21, 27, 28 2:00 pm Inland Valley Symphony Performance Inland Valley Symphony Oct 29 TBD An Evening With Debbie Voltura Debbie Voltura Nov 1 7:00 pm Deke Dickerson Nov 2 8:00 pm and the Ecco-Fonics Around Uncle Erle’s Campfire: Nov 3 7:00 pm An Evening of Cowboy Poetry and Western Music Featuring Buckshot Dot, Curly Musgrave and Belinda Gail Oliver! Temecula Performing Arts Company Nov 9, 10, 16, 17 7:30 pm Nov 10, 11, 17 2:00 pm A Symphony of Winds and Strings Golden Valley Music Society Nov 18 2:00 pm California Chamber Orchestra and The Nutcracker Ballet Inland Valley Classical Ballet Theatre Nov 23, 24, 25 TBD and Svetlana’s Dance Academy Scrooge Temecula Valley Players Nov 30, Dec 1, 6, 7 7:30 pm Dec 1, 2, 8, 9 2:00 pm Annual Christmas Holiday Concert Southwest Women’s Chorus Dec 8 7:30 pm Nutcracker Fine Arts Network Dec 13, 14, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22 7:30 pm and The Ballet Studio Dec 15, 22, 23 2:00 pm Annual Christmas Holiday Concert Southwest Women’s Chorus Dec 16 2:00 pm All programs and artists are subject to change. Please consult www.TemeculaTheater.org for most current performance details. We’ll see you at the Theater! 20 at the Theater Gallery at the Merc The Gallery at the Merc is a new exhibit space incorporated Temecula Presents brings unique and talented artists to the into the entrance of the Old Town Temecula Community Theater stage, giving community theatergoers the opportunity to see in the historic Mercantile Building. Exhibits feature local, both rising stars and established artists close to home. regional and national artists. For information on current and upcoming exhibitions, call the Cultural Arts Administrator at Be the First to Know! The best way to stay (951) 694-6480. informed about the upcoming 2007-2008 Temecula Presents Season at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater is to get David Musser on our mailing list and sign up for email announcements. Just June 8 - July 29 log on to www.TemeculaPresents.org and click on sign-up for Long time and well-known Temecula resident artist, David Musser will exhibit his announcements or please call 1.866.OLD.TOWN watercolors and oils consisting of images of the region. Musser is known for his expressive plein air watercolors and paintings of the Temecula Valley and beyond. (1.866.653.8696). Nicole Toesca Temecula Presents August 3 - 17 2007-2008 Season Toesca’s passion for will include: photography stems from its great gift for preservation and Dance Series its limitless artistic possibilities - possibilities that begin with the photographer's skillful interpretation of a scene. Her photographs, whether of a Classical storm in Joshua Tree Natural Music Series Park, Euro cats on cobbled streets, or colorful villages of France and Italy, are refreshing and exuberant. The Two Long-Time Friends Art Show August 24 - September 30 Featuring the work of Mason Williams and Robert Willis through the 60's and 70's, Bob Willis and Mason Williams collaborated on America Roots several books, some graphic stuff and a few Music Series "activities" which gained respectability some years later when defined as performance pieces. Then Bob packed-off to France to paint and write and taste the wines. Mason split for Oregon to write prose, poetry, and music, play guitar, turn brain twists into graphics and fly fish that branch of the Willamette River that flows past his cabin. Cabaret Orchestra/ Now with this exhibit they'd like to show you Big Band Series a bit of their past endeavors as well as what they've been up to lately. Starting in September, Contemporary Quilts the Club at the Merc October 5 - November 4 comes alive with Jazz In conjunction with the Old Town Quilt Show, the Gallery at the Merc will be hosting contemporary quiltmakers from all over Southern California. every Thursday night and Contemporary Pop Music every Friday night. Visual Expressions: November 9 - December 2 For line-up and ticket This annual exhibition sponsored by the Arts Council of Temecula Valley features details, go to the finest visual arts talents of the region. www.TemeculaTheater.org. Also new! Tyrone Crosby DINNER CLUB AT THE MERC... December 7 - February 10, 2008 Immersed in the daily maelstrom of law enforcement as a detective on the San See page 5 for details! Diego Police Department, Tyrone Crosby finds solace and satisfaction in his artwork. A former marine who has worked in the areas of narcotics, gangs, and crimes against people and property, Crosby has managed to build a reputation as an artist. 21 Come to see the new library today and get your very own Temecula Public Library Boasting 21st century technology, the Temecula Public Library Card! serves the community with 64 high-speed Internet computers, wireless Internet access, video-cinferencing and radio frequency security. The facility offers multiple meeting room Get A Clue @ Your Library June 18 – August 20 spaces, Technology Homework Center and a large children's Ages 3 - 12 library. Patrons have access to over three million books Mysteries await you at the Temecula Public Library! Explore mysteries, solve through the library's membership with the Riverside County puzzles, investigate weekly programs and earn prizes by becoming a reading library system. This wonderful new addition to the City's supersleuth this summer! facilities offers many programs for children, adults and families. Come by and see us soon! Supersleuth Summer Family Programs For more information call 693-8900 or visit the library website Tuesdays at 10:30 am at: www.temeculalibrary.org Ages 3 & up Space is limited. Tickets will be distributed on a first come basis to those in line Location: 30600 Pauba Road at 10:00 am. Please arrive early to best insure seating. This isn’t your ordinary – library check it out today! June 19 Follow the Clues of an Ancient Egyptian Mystery Hours of Operation: Mon-Thu 10:00 am-9:00 pm Entertainer Ken Frawley takes an expedition down the Nile River to discover the secrets to the mysteries about the Magical Mummy of Memphis. This program Fri 10:00 am-6:00 pm features, songs, stories, a mummy, and ancient Egyptian information all Sat-Sun 1:00 pm-5:00 pm presented in an entertaining and engaging manner. (Effective July 1, Saturday hours will be 9:00 am-5:00 pm) June 26 Rudy’s Mysterious World of Chemistry Informative, educational, mysterious and fun! Chemical and physical reactions Guidant that come alive before your eyes! Foundation July 3 Jeff Abbit: The Case of Too Much Fun Children’s There is no mystery how entertaining Jeff Abbit is! This program combines comedy, magic and juggling. So much fun…it’s a crime! Library The Guidant Foundation Children’s July 10 Wildlife Company: What in the World is That? Library is a colorful and inviting place An educational, entertaining and interactive examination of mysterious animals in designed to stimulate developing our world! minds and young imaginations! The Story Balloon provides an enchanting July 17 Swazzle Puppets: The Case of the Elephant Trunk setting for Preschool Storytime (ages 3-5 years) and Toddler Storytime (ages 24- Join the Swazzle puppet masters as they get wrapped up in trying to solve the 36 months). Many other outstanding resources for families are offered including Case of the Elephant Trunk. Hilarious fun from trunk to tail! a parenting section, special computer keyboards for preschool children, Live July 24 Clue into Juggling With David Cousin Homework Help by Tutor.com and interactive displays. Comedy juggling with David Cousin, holder of five World Records in juggling. At the Children’s Library “the sky’s the limit!” Comedy juggling with lots of audience participation, interaction and music for all. You will be trying to solve the mystery of how he does it! Technology Homework Center July 31 Mysteries of the Past: The Last Days of the Dinosaurs The Technology Homework Center has 24 computers that are available Be a science sleuth as we uncover the mysterious world of dinosaurs, try to exclusively to students Monday through Thursday from 4:00-8:00 pm and on solve the puzzle of what happened to the dinosaurs and even dig for fossils in Sunday 1:00-5:00 pm. During those hours TVUSD staff will assist students with this interactive, educational program featuring Richard Wade. online databases, internet searching strategies and Microsoft applications. A tutoring program is also currently available. A schedule of tutoring hours and August 7 Mysterious Illusions by Allen Oshiro subjects will be posted each week. Tutoring is free and operates on a first-come, You will be mystified and amazed by this dazzling magic show which includes first-served basis. slight of hand, fun comedy for all ages, levitation, card tricks, rope and ball manipulation, and lots of audience participation. August 14 Mysteries of Animal Magic with John Abrams A fast paced, energetic, educational and hilarious show combining two fascinating mysteries – magic and exotic live animals. Sponsored by: • Friends of the Temecula Libraries • The Verizon Foundation • The Albertsons Foundation 22 Friends of the Temecula Children’s Museum RSVP early for all these events as space will be limited – call 951-308-6376 or visit www.pennypickles.org to purchase tickets online. The Science of Harry Potter Preview Night: Friday, June 1, 5:30-7:30 pm This magical evening will give you a small taste of July’s Science of Harry Potter Workshop…don’t forget to bring some Muggle money to spend on the nifty objects you’ll find in Pennypickle’s little gift shop! Tickets to Preview Night are $5 per person and will be limited, so purchase them early. Workshop: Saturday, July 7, 8:00 am-4:30 pm The Professor is pulling out all the stops to offer this extraordinary one-of-a-kind event to fans of Harry Potter. Focusing on science rather than magic, students of Imagination Workshop this all-day workshop will attend six different, amazing classes and generally be transported to the world of Hogwarts for a day! There will be lots of take-home Temecula Children’s Museum goodies and surprises. Tuition is $125 per student and space is limited to 16 Home of Professor Phineas T. Pennypickle, Ph.D., scientist, time students per classroom. Enrollment will end June 15, so be sure to reserve early. traveler and inventor of wacky and wonderful contraptions that amaze, Beaker’s Little Birthday delight and educate children and adults alike. Every surface of wall, Sunday, August 12, 1:00-3:30 pm Professor Pennypickle had a huge birthday bash – but Beaker is more comfortable ceiling and furniture is occupied by pulleys, gears, cables, notes, with just a miniature birthday bash – and that means LITTLE. Help celebrate in blueprints and stuff. There are secret passageways and puzzles, Beaker’s mini style with lots of teeny tiny fun and surprises (who would think that a machines and gizmos. Children must be accompanied by an adult 18 birthday cake would be that small?). Beaker’s Little Birthday Party is geared to ages or older. For more information, call (951) 308-6370. 2 - 6, although older siblings can join the fun also. Tickets are $15 per child, $5 per parent, and include birthday party favors for the kids to take home. Location: 42081 Main Street Pennypickle’s Wacky Robot Invention Convention Year Round Schedule Saturday, September 15 Win prizes, show off your inventive skills, and have a blast at this all-day Days: Session: Time: hands-on marathon of robot building! Tue-Sat Session 1 10:00 am-12 noon Session 2 12:30-2:30 pm Back in Time Series – Knights and Heraldry Session 3 3:00-5:00 pm Friday, September 21, 5:30-7:30 pm Fri Only Session 4 5:30-7:30 pm Anyone with an interest in medieval times will love this event! The Professor is fascinated by the trappings of knighthood – especially their shields, which were Sun Session 1 12:30-2:30 pm decorated with the Knight’s family emblem, crest and motto. You will have the Session 2 3:00-5:00 pm chance to design your own coat of arms and learn a little more about the science Fee: of armor and its protective elements when you visit the Workshop during this 2 yrs and younger - FREE evening. Tickets are $5 per person and space is very limited. 3 to 103 yrs - $4.50 Museum Gone Mad! Group Rate (25 or more, reservations required) - $3.50 October is a month of spine-tingling amusements for children of all ages – Creepy Crawly Night, Mad Professor Night, the Monster Mash Party, and of Beaker Loves the American Flag! course, the very scary Haunted Museum for teens and older! Flag Day, Thursday, June 14 All kids visiting the Imagination Workshop on Flag Day will receive a free Pennypickle’s Science Night Friday, November 16, 7:00-9:00 pm Beaker-size mini flag! Messy? Gooey? Astonishing? Naturally! That’s what the Professor’s science night is all about! Phineas’ assistants will demonstrate scientific wonders during Hurray for Dads! an evening of discovery and laughter-filled learning for all ages. Pennypickle’s Father’s Day, Sunday, June 17, every session Science Club and Pennypickle Pals members get in FREE! All others, $5. All fathers and grandfathers receive free admission when accompanied by a child. (Sorry, Dad/Grandpa is not considered a child no matter how big a kid he Winter Wonderland Friday, December 7 is – you’ll actually have to bring one!) A night for families to have fun and make memories…see www.pennypickles.org for more information and to purchase tickets in advance. Explore the Wacky World of Weather Friday, June 22, 5:30-7:30 pm New Year’s Eve at Noon Party Monday, December 31, 11:00 am-12:30 pm Wet, dry, cold, hot, tornadoes and hurricanes… discover weather facts and fun with the Professor’s assistants. Science lab activities on this evening are free with Celebrate the New Year Pennypickle-style… at noon instead of midnight! You regular admission! won’t want to miss the Professor’s VERY special party offering refreshments, surprise entertainment and general merry-making for those too young (or old!) The Imagination Workshop will be closed on Wednesday, the 4th of July to stay up late! Join the fun on December 31 from 11:00 am-12:30 pm as the so the Professor and Beaker can celebrate at the Sports Park! Imagination Workshop closes to the general public for this fun-filled celebration. Tickets are $15 per person and include party favors for the kids to take home! Hot Summer Nights Have your birthday party at the Fridays from July 13 – August 31, 5:30-7:30 pm Professor’s house! Enjoy free popcorn on the porch and visit the Imagination Workshop Open House With four different party packages available and the Professor and Beaker’s help, for only $2 per person! you are bound to have an unforgettably fun celebration! 23 Temecula Valley Museum Gallery Talk: “The Missions of Alta California” Saturday, August 18 - 3:00 pm The Temecula Valley Museum offers wonderful opportunities for Join us as Mr. Jean Stern, the Executive Director of the Irvine Museum and the children and adults to learn about the history of the Valley. Our primary author of the illustrated exhibition catalog, presents a talk on “The permanent collection and changing exhibits introduce local Missions of Alta California.” A reception and book signing will follow. Refreshments will be served. history, period history, concepts, characters and continuous learning experience for all ages. Our programs include guest lecturers, creative workshops, reenactments of history, museum Erle Stanley Gardner Special Exhibition November 2, 2007 – January 6, 2008 tours and walking tours of Old Town Temecula. Reservations This exhibition focuses on the 50th Anniversary of the Perry Mason Television Series, are required for exhibit tours, historical walking tours of Old which ran on CBS from 1957 to 1966. In conjunction with the Golden Anniversary, the Town Temecula and museum workshops/ activities. For more exhibition will include elements of Gardner’s writings and adventures relating to his information, call 951-694-6450. investigations into legends of gold treasure in the West. Location: 28314 Mercedes Street Opening Reception - Friday, November 2 6:00–8:00 pm Join us for the opening reception of the Erle Stanley Gardner Annual Special Admission: $2 Suggested Donation Exhibition. Refreshments will be served. Don’t forget to take a look at our “New” Erle Stanley Gardner permanent Temecula Valley Museum Tour Docent Program exhibition. The permanent exhibition displays Erle Stanley Gardner’s office at his This excellent program has exceptional benefits and rewards for participants. If ranch in Temecula, original memorabilia, artifacts from his career, photographs you are interested in becoming a Tour Docent at Temecula Valley Museum, please and a large collection of his books. give us a call at (951) 694-6450. Don’t miss the Annual Erle Stanley Gardner Mystery Weekend on November 2 – 4, 2007 in Old Town Temecula. See page 25 for details. Exhibits: Temecula Valley Museum Glen Travis Photographs- Workshops: Native American Rock Art and Drawing from Nature Ceremonial Sites Take a closer look at nature, observe how leaves and flowers bloom. Discover some of the wonders of the natural world, a journey in drawing simple and June 23 – July 29 natural forms from nature. Glen Travis (1917-1997) retired to Temecula in 1985 after working for Garrett Air Class # Date: Day: Time: Ages: Fee: Research at the Torrance aerospace facility. Prior to that position he had served as a pilot in the U.S. Air Force. Over a period of 12 years he photographed 4441.201 Sep 15 Sat 10:00 am All $2.00 extensively old homes, schools, petroglyphs and other unusual scenes throughout the Temecula Valley and beyond. An extensive collection of his Water Color Demonstration by documentation of rock art and Native American Sites will be on exhibit. Janice Cipriani Gallery Talk: Native American Rock Art and Ceremonial Sites Janice Cipriani is an accomplished watercolorist who was inspired to express the Thursday, July 12 6:00 pm beauty of the world in watercolors after a lifetime of traveling. Ms. Cipriani Join us as Paul J. Price an artist, anthropologist preservationist, educator and scholar demonstrates a step by step demonstration of how to paint a mission. speaks about the habitat in and around Temecula Valley. Class # Date: Day: Time: Ages: Fee: Romance of the Bells: 4441.202 Oct 13 Sat 10:00 am All $2.00 The California Missions in Art Personalized Bookmarks Explore the history of bookmarks. Design and produce personalized bookmarks from a variety of lavish materials. Class # Date: Day: Time: Ages: Fee: 4441.203 Nov 17 Sat 10:00 am All $2.00 Gallery Talks: Bringing History to Life - Jefferson Peter Small began doing historical impressions in 1986, when he was a former August 11- October 13 high school teacher. Join us as Peter Small transforms himself into Thomas Jefferson the third president of the United States, the author of the Declaration of The Romance of the Bells is a collection of 59 oil paintings, etchings and watercolors Independence. depicting the 21 California Missions built by the Spaniards between 1769 and 1823. The exhibition comes to Temecula courtesy of The Irvine Museum in Irvine, California. Date: Day: Time: Ages: Fee: The Romance of the Bells exhibit encompasses the work of some of California’s finest Aug 11 Sat 2:00 pm All $2.00 landscape artists from the late 1800s to mid-1900s, including well-known Impressionist painters. The Temecula Valley Museum is proud to present this fine selection of artworks. Opening Reception - Saturday, August 18 4:30 – 6:30 pm Join us for the opening reception followed by a book signing by Mr. Jean Stern the primary author and editor of the illustrated exhibition catalog “The Missions of Alta California.” Refreshments will be served. 24 Erle Stanley Gardner Mystery Weekend High Country Magazine High Country is a high- quality 48 page publication produced by the Temecula Valley Museum and is filled with southeast California history articles and photographs. November 2- 4, 2007 Subscription is $15 a year Celebrate the sixth year for the Erle Stanley Gardner Mystery Weekend. Gardner (2 issues) and includes was one of Temecula’s more famous citizens. From his house at Rancho del postage. Paisano in the Temecula Valley, the prolific writer penned 151 books, including 82 featuring the fictional defense attorney Perry Mason. Send check or money order Erle Stanley Gardner Mystery Weekend includes writing seminars, museum made out to Temecula Valley Museum to: exhibits, a Cowboy Poet and Western Music evening titled "Around Uncle Erle's Temecula Valley Museum, High Country Subscription, Campfire," and a mystery writing contest and photography contest. Seminars are 28314 Mercedes Street, Temecula, CA 92589 held on Saturday at the Mary Phillips Senior Center and are free. The mystery- writing contest is open to amateur authors of "unpublished" original mysteries. There are three age categories: Middle School, High School and Adult. Prizes are awarded the top three in each category. For more information call (951) 694-6412 or visit www.temeculacalifornia.com. Around Uncle Saturday, November 3, 2007 Erle’s Campfire Time: Event: Location: An Evening of Cowboy Poetry 10:00 am Museum Exhibit/Reception Temecula Valley and Western Music Featuring Museum Buckshot Dot, Curly Musgrave 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Classic RV Show Temecula Valley Museum and Belinda Gail 11:00 am - 3:00 pm Book Faire Country Porch November 3, 2007 at 7:00 pm Tickets: $20 11:30 am Perry Mason Sightings Old Town Stores Location: Theater 12 noon Merilyn Meredith on Senior Center Buckshot Dot HOW TO WRITE A MYSTERY Dot (Dee Strickland Johnson) is a Cowboy Poet, Author/Artist and Hysterical Relic. She was the 12:30 pm Perry Mason Sightings Old Town Stores, Merc Academy of Western Artists’ 1997 Female Cowboy 1:30 pm Perry Mason Sightings Old Town, Poet of the Year. According to Marshall Trimble, Country Porch Official Arizona State Historian, “The only thing better that reading Dee’s poems is to sit in the 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm Forensic Science Seminar Senior Center audience and watch her perform them.” 3:30 pm - 4:00 pm Finding the Right Agent Senior Center 2:30 pm Perry Mason Sightings Theater Courtyard Curly Musgrave He is regarded as one of the most innovative and 4:00 pm How to Get Published Senior Center influential singer/songwriters in western Music 5:30 pm Amateur Poetry Hour Club at the Merc Today. He has won the Academy of Western Artists Ken Graydon/Emcee/Poetry Male Performer of the Year and Entertainer of the Year. He has also won the Western Music 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Around Uncle Erle's Campfire Theater Association Male Performer of the Year and Sunday, November 4, 2007 Songwriter of the Year several times. He sings with Belinda Gail with dynamic arrangements of original and traditional Western music as well as 12 noon - 3:30 pm Mini Mysteries - Perry Mason Theater gospel and country. Mini Film Competition 12:30 pm Perry Mason Sightings Old Town Stores Belinda Gail 1:30 pm Perry Mason Sightings Theater Courtyard Belinda Gail is “America’s Western Sweetheart.” Her captivating voice stirs the emotions and visions of the west in the heart of every audience she 2:00 pm Mystery Contest Entries Due Old Town Stores embraces. Belinda’s high energy and breathtaking performances have 2:30 pm Collection of entries at stores earned her the Western Music Association’s award for Female Performer of 4:00 pm Mystery Solved and Winners Announced Theater the Year for an unprecedented five years. Together with Curly Musgrave, these award-winning performers are one of the hottest new duos and 4:30 pm Writing and Contest Winner Announced Theater represent the finest of singers/songwriters in Western Music today. 25 Summer Sunsets Concert Series 2007 The City of Temecula Community Services Department, along with California Coast Credit Union, is proud to present the annual “Summer Sunsets Concert Series,” Thursday nights during the months of July and August at the Temecula Amphitheater located at the Community Recreation Center, 30875 Rancho Vista Road, Temecula, CA. Free Face Painting and Balloon Art! The Temecula Teen Council will be selling snacks and beverages. All concerts begin at 7:00 pm and end at 8:30 pm. FREE FUN FOR THE FAMILY ALL SUMMER LONG! Dates: Day: Time: Performance: Fee: July 5 Thurs 7-8:30 pm Aunt Kizzy’z Boyz FREE July 12 Thurs 7-8:30 pm Hot August Night ~ “A Tribute to Neil Diamond” FREE July 19 Thurs 7-8:30 pm The Ranch Rockers FREE July 26 Thurs 7-8:30 pm The Answer FREE Aug 2 Thurs 7-8:30 pm Ron Gartner’s “The Rat Pak” Tribute FREE Aug 9 Thurs 7-8:30 pm The Mar Dels FREE Aug 16 Thurs 7-8:30 pm Nitro Express FREE Aug 23 Thurs 7-8:30 pm The Ravelers FREE Location: Amphitheater located at the Community Recreation Center Venue subject to change. Summer 2007 Moonlight Movies in the Park The City of Temecula Community Services Department and California Coast Credit Union present the “2007 Moonlight Movies in the Park” Series, Friday evenings during the months of July and August. The movie series will be featured at various park sites located within the City. Festivities begin at 6:30 pm with kids crafts and games. Movies begin at dusk. Bring a blanket, low back lawn chairs and a picnic dinner, and come on down to the park for a family movie under the stars. Refreshments will be available for purchase. Dates: Day: Time: Movie: Location: Fee: July 6 Friday 6:30 pm Over The Hedge (PG) Temecula Duck Pond FREE July 13 Friday 6:30 pm Akeelah and the Bee (PG) Temeku Hills Park FREE July 20 Friday 6:30 pm Flushed Away (PG) Temecula Amphitheater FREE July 27 Friday 6:30 pm Open Season (PG) Harveston Community Park FREE Aug 3 Friday 6:30 pm Hoot (PG) Temecula Duck Pond FREE Aug 10 Friday 6:30 pm Zoom (PG) Temeku Hills Park FREE Aug 17 Friday 6:30 pm Happy Feet (PG) Harveston Community Park FREE Aug 24 Friday 6:30 pm Charlotte’s Web (G) Temecula Amphitheater FREE The Community Services Department has confirmed movies are rated G or PG. Movie titles and locations subject to change. Harveston Park Summer Concert Series The City of Temecula Community Services Department is hosting five great music nights at the Harveston Park Amphitheater on Wednesday evenings during the month of August. One of the most fantastic venues in the city, the amphitheater overlooks Harveston lake with plenty of space for an evening of good food and music. Bring your picnic dinner, lawn chairs and blankets. Don’t miss this great free family event! Dates: Day: Time: Performance: Fee: Aug 1 Wed 7-8:30 pm Keenwild - Acoustic Rock FREE Blake Williams - Acoustic Folk Rock Bipsy - Solo Female Piano Rock Aug 8 Wed 7-8:30 pm Little Willie G. - East L.A. Oldies FREE Aug 15 Wed 7-8:30 pm Kahuna Cowboys - Jug Band FREE Aug 22 Wed 7-8:30 pm Public Sector - Rock and Roll with Temecula’s very own FREE Aug 29 Wed 7-8:30 pm Joey Fiato - Back by Popular demand “The Voice” FREE Location: Harveston Park Amphitheater Above: Little Willie G. - August 8 Right: Kahuna Cowboys - August 15 26 Special Interest Cooking with Cast Iron CPR & First Aid Ages: 14 Years - Adults Ages: 10 Years - Adults Do you own cast iron cookware and just can't get it seasoned like Mom's? Then This course provides information on adult, child, and infant CPR, including join this informative class on how to properly season and maintain your recognition and emergency resuscitation techniques for heart attack, stroke and cookware. There will also be a cooking demonstration on the versatility of cast choking; prevention of injuries and cardiac arrest; and use of barrier devices. First iron, with keen observations and helpful tips for around the kitchen. Aid will provide information on how to manage illness and injuries in the first few Materials Fee: Additional $5 due to instructor minutes of an emergency until professional help arrives. 2-year certification card Instructor: Meyer Location: CRC Kitchen Fee: $25.00 received after successful completion of each class. Class#: Class Date: Day: Time: Please Note: This is not a healthcare provider CPR class 1111.201 Jul 23 Mon 7:00-9:00pm Instructor: Richards Location: MPSC 1111.202 Aug 27 Mon 7:00-9:00pm CPR/First Aid Combo 1111.203 Sep 24 Mon 7:00-9:00pm Fee: $60.00/Class Materials Fee: A $20.00 textbook fee due to instructor Class#: Dates: Day: Time: Landscape Design 3205.201 Jul 7 Sat 9:00am-3:30pm Ages: Adults 3205.202 Aug 4 Sat 9:00am-3:30pm Become better educated to make changes in our surroundings so that they will 3205.203 Sep 8 Sat 9:00am-3:30pm be more beautiful, useful, convenient, ecologically sound, and easily maintained. 3205.204 Oct 6 Sat 9:00am-3:30pm Learn the basic steps in planning a landscape for your home. What should you 3205.205 Nov 3 Sat 9:00am-3:30pm emphasize in your design and what should you hide? Learn the history of 3205.206 Dec 1 Sat 9:00am-3:30pm landscape design, the current trends (e.g. bird and butterfly gardens), and the CPR new technology now available as design tools. This three day workshop is the Fee: $35.00/Class first of a four-course program that will lead the successful student to certification Materials Fee: A $15.00 CPR textbook fee due to instructor as a Consultant to the Landscape Design Council of the National Garden Clubs. Class#: Dates: Day: Time: Space is limited. Call 694-6480 after July 9th for fees and complete details. 3206.201 Jul 7 Sat 9:00am-12:00pm Location: Temecula Public Library 3206.202 Aug 4 Sat 9:00am-12:00pm Class Date: Day: Time: 3206.203 Sep 8 Sat 9:00am-12:00pm Sep 5- Sep 7 Wed/Thu/Fri 8:00am-5:00pm (Fri 8:00am -12:00pm) 3206.204 Oct 6 Sat 9:00am-12:00pm 3206.205 Nov 3 Sat 9:00am-12:00pm Basic Dog Training 3206.206 Dec 1 Sat 9:00am-12:00pm` Ages: 12 - Adults First Aid This is a 7-week dog training class that starts with the basics and moves into Fee: $35.00/Class intermediate dog training. We teach you to train your dog 16 commands including Materials Fee: A $15.00 First-Aid textbook fee due to instructor sit, down, stay, come, walking on a leash without pulling, and more! Besides Class#: Dates: Day: Time: learning obedience commands, we will be covering problem behaviors like 3207.201 Jul 7 Sat 12:30-3:30pm jumping, digging, chewing, barking and more. It is common for the dogs in class 3207.202 Aug 4 Sat 12:30-3:30pm to be learning to stay on a 30’ leash with other dogs and people walking past. 3207.203 Sep 8 Sat 12:30-3:30pm For more information visit www.itsadogsworld.biz 3207.204 Oct 6 Sat 12:30-3:30pm Instructor: It’s A Dog’s World Staff Fee: $125.00/7 Wks 3207.205 Nov 3 Sat 12:30-3:30pm Location: RRSP (on grassy area near Skate Park) 3207.206 Dec 1 Sat 12:30-3:30pm Special Interest Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: 3202.201 Jul 10-Aug 21 Tue 6:30-7:30pm Immigration and Citizenship 3202.202 Sep 18-Oct 30 Tue 6:30-7:30pm Ages: Adults Class is designed for the prospective U.S. Citizen to prepare for citizenship. Notary Public Seminar Includes introductory study in U.S. history and government at the federal, state, Ages: 18 - Adults and local levels. Information provided regarding basic geography, an introduction This intensive one-day seminar is designed to prepare you to become a to American culture and customs, and assistance in filling out naturalization knowledgeable Notary Public. You will learn the procedures for proper forms and oral practice to prepare for the Immigration and Naturalization Service notarization; information on how to start your Notary career; understanding the interview for naturalization. Please call 694-6469 for class information. law and how it affects the way you notarize; how to perform 5 different notarial Instructor: MSJC Staff acts. 5 must-follow rules for every notarization; the essential ID features; 7 Dates: Day: Time: Location: Fee: entries in your journal that are required by law for every notarization; when to Aug-Dec Mon/Wed 6:00pm-9:00pm TCC Free refuse to notarize; how to pass the test, which must be taken every 4 years; safekeeping of the Notary journal and seal; notarizing out-of-state documents. English as a Second Language (ESL) Materials Fee: The State Exam will be given after the seminar. A $40.00 check Ages: Adults payable to “Secretary of State” is required with proper photo ID. Mt. San Jacinto College is pleased to offer English as a Second Language (ESL) Instructor: Jones Location: MPSC Fee: $70.00/Seminar classes with the TCSD. Knowledge of English is essential for good jobs and Class#: Class Date: Day: Time: business communication. We encourage everyone who wants to learn or improve 3102.201 Jul 28 Sat 8:15am-5:30pm their English to attend this free class. For information call 694-6469. 3102.202 Nov 3 Sat 8:15am-5:30pm Instructor: MSJC Staff Location: TCC Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Aug-Dec Mon-Fri 9:00am-1:00pm FREE Online Registration Now FREE of Surcharges Register Online at: Aug-Dec Mon/Tue/Thu 5:30-8:30pm FREE www.cityoftemecula.org 27 Visual Arts and Crafts Creative Hands Art School Beginning Watercolor Painting Ages: 4 - 13 Years Ages: 16 Years - Adult This program will build on your child’s love of art Learn dynamic watercolor painting techniques from award-winning artist David by expanding on their artistic ability. A certified Musser. All levels of expertise are welcome. Each student begins and completes art educator teaches all classes. Student work a different watercolor painting at each class. These are individual classes that will be displayed during a catered friends and meet every other Saturday. You can choose to enroll in one or all of the listed family art show. class dates. Instructor: Livingston Location: TCC Materials Fee: Additional $5.00 due to instructor at each class. Fee: $90.00/8 Weeks Instructor: Musser Location: MPSC Fee: $30.00/class Materials Fee: An additional $50.00 is due Time: 9:00am-12:00pm to instructor at first class Class#: Dates: Class#: Dates: Kinder Art Ages: 4 - 5 Years 3300.201 Jul 7 3300.207 Sep 29 This class will introduce children to basic art terms and famous artists. Students 3300.202 Jul 21 3300.208 Oct 13 will experiment with various art materials and create artwork. 3300.203 Aug 4 3300.209 Oct 27 Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: 3300.204 Aug 18 3300.210 Nov 10 1116.201 Sep 8-Oct 27 Sat 9:00-10:00am 3300.205 Sep 1 3300.211 Dec 8 Aspiring Artists Ages: 6 - 9 Years 3300.206 Sep 15 3300.212 Dec 22 Does your child love art? This great program teaches children about famous artists, art history and art techniques while using various materials Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Basics of Digital Photography 1117.201 Sep 8-Oct 27 Sat 10:15-11:15am Ages: 18 Years - Adults Junior Masters Ages: 10 - 13 Years This class will cover the basics of using a digital camera. Participants must At a higher level, students will explore the world of art by learning about the provide their own camera and should come prepared with the knowledge of how different art elements and design principles while viewing work by the masters. their camera works. Various art materials will be used to create art work. Materials Fee: An additional $15.00 due to instructor. Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Instructor: Razavi Location: OTCT Rehearsal Room Fee: $92.00/5 Wks 1118.201 Sep 8-Oct 27 Sat 11:30-12:30pm Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: 1145.201 Jul 12-Aug 9 Thu 6:00-8:00pm Cartooning with Bigfoot Ages: 7 - 13 Years Basics of Digital Imaging The Valley’s premier cartoon workshop is back for its 9th year of fun-filled classes Ages: 18 Years - Adults for kids! Your child will have tons of fun drawing cartoons and using their This class teaches beginning photographers how to improve their photographic imagination. Each session is completely different, so kids are invited to come techniques and produce impressive digital images. You will learn shooting again and again. Bigfoot is great with children and all they’ll need is a large white strategies, creative composition, and use of natural and artificial lighting. drawing pad, some pencils, a sharpener and an eraser to unleash their wonderful Participants must provide their own camera and should come prepared with the Art & Photography creative energy. Sign up now…these popular sessions fill up quickly! knowledge of how their camera works. Instructor: Moramarco Location: MPSC Fee: $50.00/4 Weeks Materials Fee: An additional $15.00 is due to instructor. Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Theme: Instructor: Razavi Location: OTCT Rehearsal Room Fee: $92.00/5 Wks 1140.201 Jul 11-Aug 1 Wed 5:00-6:30pm Great American Cartoons Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: 1140.202 Aug 8-Aug 29 Wed 5:00-6:30pm Unicorns and Dragons 1147.201 Oct 2-Nov 6* Tue 6:00-8:00pm 1140.203 Sep 5-Sep 26 Wed 5:00-6:30pm Cartoons in History *Class Skip Date: Oct 30 1140.204 Oct 10-Oct 31 Wed 5:00-6:30pm Haunted Toons 1140.205 Nov 7-Nov 28 Wed 5:00-6:30pm Food Toons 3 Underwater Photography 1140.206 Dec 5-Dec 26 Wed 5:00-6:30pm Cartoon Typestyle Ages: 10 Years - Adults For divers and snorkelers who want to learn Teen Art Club to take good underwater photos using Ages: 12 - 17 Years digital technology. The course includes Teen Art Club is a new and creative outlet for area teens! Many different types an overview of available computer of art will be covered. From drawing and sketching to collage and painting. From programs for optimizing and storing cartoons and manga to graphic design and photography. Each class is totally photos. Classroom instruction will take different and the projects never repeat. All of the supplies are included in the place at Scuba Center Temecula and registration fee and each student will receive an Art Club t-shirt. pool instruction will take place at the Instructor: Moramarco Location: CRC Teen Room Fee: $75.00/4 Wks CRC. Open-water dives will be Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: conducted either on Catalina Island or 2200.201 Jul 9-Jul 30 Mon 5:00-6:30pm La Jolla Shores. Participants must 2200.202 Aug 6-Aug 27 Mon 5:00-6:30pm provide their own mask, snorkel, boots, 2200.203 Sep 10-Oct 1 Mon 5:00-6:30pm fins and gloves. Each class session 2200.204 Oct 15-Nov 5 Mon 5:00-6:30pm consist of classroom and pool instruction and one ocean excursion. For a breakdown of the schedule for each session, please call 951-506-0252. Materials Fee: An additional $35.00 is due to instructor. Online Registration Now FREE of Surcharges Register Online at: Instructor: Rubin Fee: $125.00/Session Class #: Class Dates: 28 www.cityoftemecula.org 3802.201 3802.202 Jul 24-Aug 4 Sep 27-Oct 13 Visual Arts and Crafts Intermediate Digital Imaging Cake Decorating Ages: 18 Years - Adults Ages: 8 Years - Adults This class introduces a variety of advanced photographic concepts and You can learn to decorate beautiful techniques. You will further develop a personal artistic vision, learn how to define and colorful cakes with the new subject, light, color, composition, contrast and framing. Participants must provide quick, easy and affordable way to their own camera and should come prepared with the knowledge of how their decorate. Called the Write Way to camera works. Materials Fee: An additional $15.00 is due to instructor. Cake Decorating, Jill Foster, Instructor: Razavi Location: OTCT Rehearsal Room Fee: $92.00/5 Wks author of “Creative Cakes Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Anyone Can Make” will teach 1146.201 Oct 4-Nov 1 Thu 6:00-8:00pm you the easy-to-learn method. You will learn to create cakes like the ones you see in magazines Digital Storytelling and bakeries. Jill will show you Ages: 18 Years - Adults how to make gorgeous roses and Telling a story involves a deeper look at our familiar surroundings. In this class molding of candy to create designs. you will develop a closer understanding of story telling whether in your own Each week you will learn new cake neighborhood or planning to travel. You will acquire a personal artistic vision, designs and techniques. By the end of technical skills and will build a portfolio. the sessions you will be able to decorate Materials Fee: An additional $15.00 is due to instructor. cakes for all your special events. Optional Instructor: Razavi Location: OTCT Rehearsal Room Fee: $92.00/2 Wks supplies will be available for purchase at the class. For more information visit Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: www.writewaycakes.com 2002.201 Aug 11-Aug 18 Sat 9:30am-12:00pm Instructor: Foster Location: CRC Fee: $70.00/5 Wks Young Beginners Class Ages: 8-14 Years Up Close & Personal Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Ages: 16 Years - Adults 1160.201 Jul 10-Aug 7 Tue 7:00-8:30pm Photographing people from across the street is one thing, making images at a Beginners Class Ages: 14 Years-Adults conversational distance is a whole different step. In this class you will develop Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: skills for formal, casual and candid portraiture photography. 1161.201 Jul 9-Aug 6 Mon 7:00-8:30pm Materials Fee: An additional $15.00 is due to instructor. 1161.202 Aug 30-Sep 27 Thu 7:00-8:30pm Instructor: Razavi Location: OTCT Rehearsal Room Fee: $92.00/2 Wks Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Intermediate Cake Decorating 2004.201 Sep 22-Sep 29 Sat 9:30am-12:00pm Ages: 14 Years - Adults This class is for those who completed the Beginners Cake Decorating class. You’ll Knitting learn floral arranging on cakes, basket weave, lace and special border designs. Ages: 13 Years - Adult Also learn quick and easy ways to mold candy and use color to compliment the Get your creativity flowing! Learn how to combine colors and textures in unique cake. Each week you will learn new cake designs and techniques that can be designs. Whether you choose to use a pattern or “wing it” with your own design, used in a variety of special events. Making specialty cakes, dessert cakes and theme cakes will be the focus of this class Hobbies & Crafts you will be able to make scarves, hats, sweaters and much more. Class is structured for the beginner to advanced knitter. Instructor: Foster Location: CRC Fee: $70.00/5 Wks Materials needed: size 8 or 9 needles and yarn for project. Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Materials Fee: An additional $2.00 is due to instructor. 1170.201 Sep 24-Oct 22 Mon 7:00-8:30pm Instructor: Wolfe Location: TCC Fee: $40.00/4 Wks Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Holiday Cakes, Cupcakes & Cookies 1590.201 Jul 11-Aug 1 Wed 12:30-2:00pm Ages: 14 Years - Adults 1590.202 Aug 8-Aug 29 Wed 12:30-2:00pm This class if for people who want to learn how to decorate cakes, cupcakes and 1590.203 Sep 5-Sep 26 Wed 12:30-2:00pm cookies for the holiday months. You will learn wonderful recipes and decorating 1590.204 Oct 3-Oct 24 Wed 12:30-2:00pm techniques to create beautiful baked goods for your holiday activities. Learn how 1590.205 Oct 31-Nov 28* Wed 12:30-2:00pm to make Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah and New Years creations *Class Skip Date: Nov 21 that are quick, easy and affordable. You will amaze your family and friends with the creative designs you will learn. Optional supplies will be available for Crocheting purchase. Ages: 13 Years - Adult Instructor: Foster Location: CRC Fee: $70.00/5 Wks The “lost art” of our grandmothers is no longer just for making “doilies”. Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Beautiful sweaters can now be crocheted, as well as hats, scarves, in elegant 1180.201 Oct 18-Nov 15 Thu 7:00-8:30pm evening versions or rugged, heavier yarns. Emphasis will be on creativity and combining colors and designs. Class is structured for the beginner to advanced Woodcarvers student. Materials needed: size H or I crochet hook and yarn for projects. Ages: Adults Materials Fee: An additional $2.00 is due to instructor. The Temecula Valley Woodcarvers meet weekly at the Temecula Community Instructor: Wolfe Location: TCC Fee: $40.00/4 Wks Center. Beginners are welcome and our more experienced carvers are happy to Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: help you develop your woodcarving skills. 1591.201 Jul 11-Aug 1 Wed 1:00-2:30pm Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Location: 1591.202 Aug 8-Aug 29 Wed 1:00-2:30pm Drop-in Weekly Fri 12:00-3:00pm TCC 1591.203 Sep 5-Sep 26 Wed 1:00-2:30pm 1591.204 1591.205 Oct 3-Oct 24 Oct 31-Nov 28* Wed *Class Skip Date: Nov 21 Wed 1:00-2:30pm 1:00-2:30pm 29 Temecula Teens Everyday Happenings Good Manners, Proper Behavior at the Teen Room & Not Grossing People Out! Come on over to the CRC Teen Room and hang out with your friends after school. You can stop in and play pool, Play Station 2, Game Cube, XBOX, Foosball or just Ages: 12 - 18 Years Manners are good for you! They impress people and help build self-esteem. They watch TV on the big screen. can help you get what you want from life - friends, fun, respect and success. Find Activities: out how to deal with friendship problems, offer someone your seat, be a host with Day: Activity: Time: the most (and a guest with the best), deal with rude adults, write a letter, dress Mon Pool Tournament 3:00pm properly for any occasion, survive a formal dinner, master the proper techniques Wed Movie Matinee 3:00pm for civilized spitting, sneezing, yawning, coughing, hiccuping, nose picking and Fri TFN/Movie 6:00pm much more. Teen Room Hours: Instructor: Sturdivant Location: CRC Teen Room Fee: $25.00/Class Day: Time: Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: Monday thru Friday 2:30-8:45pm 1022.201 Sep 13 Thu 6:30-8:30pm Saturday 10:00am-8:45pm 1022.202 Nov 14 Wed 6:30-8:30pm Sunday 1:00-5:00pm (Times are subject to change) Teen Art Club Ages: 12 - 17 Years Youth Master Plan Survey Teen Art Club is a new and creative outlet for area teens! Many different types WE WANT YOUR INPUT! of art will be covered. From drawing and sketching to collage and painting. From The City of Temecula, in conjunction with our consultants MIG Inc., has provided cartoons and manga to graphic design and photography. Each class is totally a questionnaire for youth between the ages of 12 to 20, and adults to complete. different and the projects never repeat. All of the supplies are included in the registration fee and each student will receive an Art Club t-shirt. We would like your input on young adult and teen needs in our community. The Instructor: Moramarco Location: CRC Teen Room Fee: $75.00/4 Wks questionnaire should take no more than 7-10 minutes to complete and a link to Class#: Class Dates: Day: Time: the questionnaire is provided on the City’s website at www.cityoftemecula.org. 2200.201 Jul 9-Jul 30 Mon 5:00-6:30pm Please be a part of this important process and provide your input. 2200.202 Aug 6-Aug 27 Mon 5:00-6:30pm 2200.203 Sep 10-Oct 1 Mon 5:00-6:30pm 2200.204 Oct 15-Nov 5 Mon 5:00-6:30pm Teen Council Recruitment Ages: 12 - 18 Years We are currently seeking Temecula Teens to become Teen Council members! If Trail Clean Up you live in Temecula, attend any of the local middle or high schools and are Ages: 12 - 18 Years interested in planning activities and programs for the teens of our community, The Temecula Teen Council has adopted a trail along the Santa Gertrudis Creek here’s your opportunity! The Council meets twice a month (every 1st & 3rd and we are inviting all Temecula teens to come out and join us for our quarterly Thursday of the month) to discuss programs the City offers for teens. For more clean up. You can earn community service hours and you do not need to be a information please call the CRC at 694-6410. council member to participate. Please remember to bring water and be sure to wear attire appropriate for the weather, because we will be out there come rain Temecula Teens Summer Pool Parties or shine. We meet at Nakayama Park and work down to Nicolas Road Park. Permission slips can be picked up at the CRC three weeks prior to the event. Ages: 12 - 18 Years Drop Off/Pick Up Location: Nakayama Park The Temecula Teen Council would like to invite all Temecula middle school and Activity Date: Day: Time: high school students to come to the CRC pool for a party. There will be a DJ on Sep 22 Sat 9:00-11:00am deck, so grab your friends and your swimsuits and come on down! Don’t forget to bring proof of residency. Activity Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Jun 23 Sat 6:00-8:00pm $1.00 Calling all Volunteers Jul 21 Sat 6:00-8:00pm $1.00 Are you in need of community service hours for school? Do you want to give Aug 18 Sat 6:00-8:00pm $1.00 back to the community? The City of Temecula is always looking for volunteers. Volunteer opportunities are available at the following locations/areas: Middle School Dances Administrative/Clerical Ages: Middle School City Hall If you are a Temecula middle school student then we’ve got the dance for you! Imagination Workshop The Temecula Teen Council will be hosting several dances, but due to growing Library popularity, space is limited to the first 150 students. Pre-registration is a great Mary Phillips Senior Center way to guarantee a spot for you and your friends. Student I.D. cards are Old Town Temecula Community Theater mandatory for entrance into the dance. Teen Council Activity#: Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Temecula Fire Department 2350.201 Sep 28 Fri 6:00-8:30pm $3.00 Temecula Police Department-Explores (Age: 14-21 Years) 2350.202 Oct 12 Fri 6:00-8:30pm $3.00 Temecula Police Department – Reserves 2350.203 Dec 14 Fri 6:00-8:30pm $3.00 Also, extra help is always needed at various special events throughout the year! 30 For more information or to fill out a volunteer application, please visit our website at www.cityoftemecula.org or call 694-6480. Temecula Teens / Skate Park Teen Excursions Ages: 12 - 18 Years The City of Temecula Community Services Department offers the following Teen Excursions. Registration will be taken on a first come, first served basis before the stated deadline, or until sold out. Mail-in registration will be accepted using the Activity Registration Form and must be mailed with enough time to be received by the stated deadline. No refunds will be issued after the deadline, unless the Community Services Department cancels the excursion. Unless otherwise stated, all excursions depart and return to the CRC. Plan to arrive at the designated departure site 15 minutes early. Excursions may be cancelled if the minimum amount of participants is not reached. Excursion fee includes admission and transportation. Food and spending money is the participants responsibility. Pre-registration is required. Castle Park Knott’s Scary Farm All Temecula teens are invited to Castle Park. There’s tons of fun to be had, so Knott’s Berry Farm is haunted with ghosts and goblins and becomes Knott’s grab your friends and sign up today. Scary Farm! There is special entertainment and scary mazes along with a few Deadline to Register: Wed, Jun 20 other surprises lurking around the corners. This will be a frightening evening so Activity#: Date: Day: Time: Fee: you must be at least 13 years old. Deadline to Register: Wed, Sep 19 2300.201 Jul 10 Tue 8:00am-11:00pm $30.00 Activity#: Date: Day: Time: Fee: 2300.203 Oct 6 Sat 5:30pm-3:00am $50.00 Raging Waters Join us for a fun-filled day at Raging Waters! There’s not a better way to stay cool Aquarium of the Pacific during the hot days of summer than a day at the water park! The City of Temecula would like to invite all teens to the Aquarium of the Pacific. Deadline to Register: Fri, Jul 6 If you want to interact with more than 12,500 animals in the world’s largest ocean Activity#: Date: Day: Time: Fee: aquarium, then this is the activity for you. Deadline to Register: Fri, Oct 19 2300.202 Jul 24 Tue 9:00am-9:00pm $40.00 Activity#: Date: Day: Time: Fee: 2300.204 Nov 10 Sat 9:15am-5:30pm $30.00 Temecula Skate Park The City of Temecula offers a state-of-the-art Skate Park located at 42569 Margarita Road. The entire park includes a concrete skateboard facility, an official size roller hockey arena, picnic facilities, restroom/snack bar, equipment rental and plenty of parking. This one-acre skate park offers the ultimate skateboarding and in-line skating experience. The park consists of a competition 60-foot diameter bowl and ramp entry. A 10-foot wide apron connects the upper bowl with a street plaza skate area. The street plaza boasts a pyramid, fun box, curbs, ramps, stairs and a 20-foot handrail. The park is staffed and open to the public for various sessions per day, 7 days a week. Special beginner sessions are also offered. The facility is lighted for night skating and can accommodate a maximum of 30 skaters at one time. All participants must have a signed waiver form prior to park entry! APPROPRIATE SAFETY GEAR REQUIRED! If you do not have safety gear, you may rent it at the skate park Roller Hockey Arena The regulation size (180 foot by 85 foot) roller hockey arena accommodates roller hockey enthusiasts of every age. In addition to regularly scheduled open skate Admission time, the arena is used extensively by local non-profit youth hockey leagues and A resident/non-resident card is required. Each card is $1 annually. hosts a variety of roller hockey tournaments. Type: Fee: Resident FREE Non-Resident $5/session Community Open Skate Day: Time: Rental Items & Fees Mon-Fri 8:00am-3:45pm Appropriate safety gear is required to use Skate Park. Item: Fee: Hand/Wrist Guards $2/pair Skate Park Hours of Operation Helmet Elbow Pads Knee Pads Everything $2 $1/pair $1/pair $5 Day: Sun Mon-Fri Session 1 1:00pm- 3:30pm 4:00pm- Session 2 4:00pm- 6:30pm 7:00pm- Session 3 Session 4 Skate Park 6:30pm 9:30pm Scheduled Closures: Date: Day: Sessions Open: Sessions Closed: Sat 10:00am- 1:00pm- 4:00pm- 7:00pm- 12:30pm 3:30pm 6:30pm 9:30pm Jul 4 Wed None All Oct 26 Fri None All Dec 24 Mon None All Summer Hours (Jun 20 - Aug 29) Dec 31 Mon None All Day: Session 1 Session 2 Session 3 Session 4 Sun 1:00pm- 4:00pm- 3:30pm 6:30pm Mon-Fri 10:00am- 1:00pm- 4:00pm- 7:00pm 12:30pm 3:30pm 6:30pm 9:30pm Sat 10:00am- 1:00pm- 4:00pm- 7:00pm- 12:30pm 3:30pm 6:30pm high schools; the skate park will operate the same as the Saturday schedule. 9:30pm *Non-School Days/Holidays: Hours are based on the TVUSD schedule for both middle schools and 31 Mary Phillips Senior Center Mary Phillips Senior Center Senior Excursions The Place Friends Meet TCSD proudly offers some exciting excursions just for our senior community. The General Information: The City of Temecula Community Services Department following Senior Excursions depart from and return to the Mary Phillips Senior offers a wide variety of services and activities at the Mary Phillips Senior Center Center (MPSC), located at 41845 Sixth Street. Because of limited seating, we can (MPSC). This beautiful facility is located at 41845 Sixth Street, and is equipped only allow seniors age 55+ excursions. Keep in mind that all excursions involve with three pool tables, a library, classrooms and auditorium with stage. The center lots of fun, but a great deal of walking, so remember to wear a comfortable pair is open Monday through Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm. Stop by and pick up our of walking shoes. All Excursion registrations will be accepted at the MPSC, monthly calendar of activities and other information on senior programs and Monday through Friday, from 8am-5pm. Registration will be taken on a first- services. Several senior activities are also offered at the Temecula Community come, first-served basis until the excursion is filled. A $5 administration fee will Center, located at 28816 Pujol Street. Please check individual classes for dates be charged for any refund. No refunds will be issued after the listed deadline, and locations. unless the Community Services Department cancels the excursion. Plan to arrive at the designated departure site 15 minutes early. Smoking on board bus transportation is prohibited. Please Note: Excursions may be cancelled if the Senior Nutrition Program minimum number of participants is not reached. Ages: 60+ and Spouses Meals On-Site: The Temecula Community Services Department, in cooperation with Riverside County Office on Aging and Sodexho Corporation, offers a lunch San Diego Aircraft Carrier program for seniors age 60+ and their spouses. Meals are served in a Live the adventure, honor the legend aboard the longest serving aircraft carrier in congregate setting at the Mary Phillips Senior Center. If you are unable to keep U.S. Navy history – a 47 year odyssey that spanned the end of WWII and the your reservation for any reason, please call the same number to cancel. liberation of Kuwait in 1991. Located downtown in San Diego at Navy Pier, this Days: Monday - Friday Time: 11:30am Midway provides a dynamic and enriching experience “from boiler to bridge.” A Reservations: Call Nutrition Program at 694-6465 from 9:00am-1:00pm. visit to Midway instills a greater appreciation for courage, freedom, and service Required 24 hours in advance. to our country. A sack lunch is included. Suggested donation: $3.00 for seniors; $5.00 for non-seniors. Activity #: Date: Day: Time: Fee: Home Delivered Meals: The Nutrition Program offers home-delivered meals to 4100.101 Aug 23 Thu 7:00am-4:00pm $25.00 homebound and frail seniors in our community. Hot meals are delivered at lunchtime Monday through Friday, with frozen meals delivered for the weekends at the same time. For more information call the Nutrition Program at 694-6465 Richard Nixon Library & Birthplace from 9:00am-1:00pm. Join us as we visit the nine acre Library and Birthplace that is a three-dimensional The Place Friends Meet walk-through memoir featuring a 52,000 square foot museum, 22 high-tech galleries, movie and interactive video theaters. Visit the spectacular First Lady’s Mary Phillips Senior Center Health Fair Garden, the President’s faithfully restored 1910’s birthplace, and the flower-ringed Co-Sponsored by Inter Valley Health memorial sites of President and Mrs. Nixon. Lunch is on your own. Free screenings, health care information, prize drawings, entertainment, refreshments Activity #: Date: Day: Time: Fee: and much more. For inquiries, please call the Senior Center at 694-6464. 4100.102 Sep 11 Tue 8:00am-5:00pm $15.00 Date: Day: Time: Fee: Oct 6 Sat 9:00-2:00pm FREE Gouda Cheese Tour Meet the Pharmacist Day by Winchester Cheese Company Co-Sponsored by Prime Care Health Services and Health Net of CA Come behind the scene and learn about making Gouda cheese by the Winchester You go to the doctor for a check-up isn’t it time your medicines got a check up Cheese Company. You will enjoy many samples and flavors of the cheese on this too? Join us for refreshments and receive valuable information about resources guided tour, along with fruit, pretzels and a beverage. in your community. Receive a personal medication review and “Vial for Life”. Activity#: Date: Day: Time: Fee: Remember to bring ALL your prescription medications in their original bottles, 4100.103 Oct 11 Thu 9:00am-2:00pm $12.00 and any over-the-counter medications including vitamins, dietary supplements, herbal medications, drops and creams. Date: Day: Time: Fee: Palm Springs Aerial Tram & Lunch Jun 20 Wed 1:00-3:00pm FREE Come and enjoy lunch and the spectacular view at the top of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway Pines Café. Ascending 2 miles to a pristine wilderness aboard the world’s largest rotating tramcar. Sallyanne Bachman Concert Activity#: Date: Day: Time: Fee: Sallyanne Bachman made her debut when she performed at the Musical Theater 4100.105 Nov 8 Thu 8:30am-4:00pm $30.00 with Goldie Hawn. Sally sings Classical & Country and everything in between, the music is geared for people over 65. Sally has performed with Pat Boone, Red Skelton, Bob Hope and Liberace, just to name a few. This event is free, however White Christmas & Buffet Lunch if you would like to stay for lunch, please RSVP at 694-6464 prior to July 9th. The You loved the classic movie and now you’ll be wowed by the big Broadway cost for lunch is $3.00. This is one event you won’t want to miss. musical show it has become! Based on the beloved, timeless film, this Date: Day: Time: Fee: heartwarming musical adaptation features 17 Irving Berlin songs. The dazzling Jul 11 Wed 10:30am FREE score features well known standards including “Blue Skies,” “I Love a Piano,” “How Deep is the Ocean” and the perennial favorite, “White Christmas.” White “Staying in Touch” with Temecula Seniors Christmas is an uplifting musical in which snow flies and hearts warm in this S.I.T. Program brightly staged holiday production. Buffet lunch included. This program is designed to keep in touch with those Activity#: Date: Day: Time: Fee: Temecula seniors who are living alone or are home bound. 4100.105 Dec 4 Tue 10:00am-5:00pm $65.00 Volunteers will call weekly to chat, listen and keep in touch with our older Temecula residents. If you are a Temecula senior and would like to be 32 placed on our list to be called or to become a S.I.T. program volunteer, call the Mary Phillips Senior Center at 694-6464. Mary Phillips Senior Center Monthly Special Events Birthday Celebration Event: Date: Day: Time: Join us on the second Wednesday of your birthday month for a celebration Independence Day Jul 3 Tue 11:00am honoring all the people born during that month. Let our staff know your birth date, Hawaiian Luau Aug 8 Wed 11:00am and we’ll put your name on the birthday banner. We celebrate with birthday cake Mary Phillips 14th Anniversary Sep 25 Tue 11:00am at 11:30am during the Nutrition Program. Spooky Halloween Oct 31 Wed 11:00am Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Thanksgiving Feast Nov 16 Fri 11:00am Monthly 2nd Wed 11:30am FREE Holiday Celebration Dec 19 Wed 11:00am Senior Swing Sensation Choral Group Seniors, don’t sit home! Come out for a night of dancing and fun. The Community Join your friends in a sing-along with a choral director and pianist! This group has Services Department is proud to present “Senior Swing Sensation” a night of gone out into the community to sing for nursing home patients and hospitals, and dancing to the sounds of Sam DeFazio and the “Good Time Band”. So bring a they’re planning more fun performances. You don’t need to be a Pavarotti to join, partner or come stag (we do mixers) and have a swinging good time. just come and enjoy the music! Fee: $7.00/per person Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Date: Day: Time: Location: Weekly Tue 10:00-11:00am FREE Sep 28 Fri 7:00-10:00pm TCC Dec 8 Sat 7:00-10:00pm MPSC Line Dancing Line Dancing is one of the most popular classes offered at Senior Centers today! Seniors Beginning Guitar Lessons Learn line dances to all types of music from Country and Rock to Oldies, Latin Enjoy a specially designed class for Seniors of all ages. Easy and fast, this class and Pop. You don’t need a partner, so come alone, or bring a friend! This class is will teach you how to read and play music on the guitar in no time! Have fun open to seniors on an on-going basis. learning popular tunes. This is a beginner class for students who have never Instructor: German Location: MPSC Fee: $5.00/class played guitar as well as those with some experience. Beginner Instructor: Poletti Location: MPSC Fee: $35.00/4 Wks Dates: Day: Time: Class#: Dates: Day: Time: Weekly Mon 1:00-2:00pm 1422.201 Jul 9-Jul 30 Mon 11:00am-12:00pm Weekly Fri 1:00-2:00pm 1422.202 Aug 6-Aug 27 Mon 11:00am-12:00pm Intermediate 1422.203 Sep 10-Oct 1 Mon 11:00am-12:00pm The Place Friends Meet Dates: Day: Time: 1422.204 Oct 8-Oct 29 Mon 11:00am-12:00pm Weekly Mon 2:15-3:15pm 1422.205 Nov 5-Dec 3* Mon 11:00am-12:00pm Weekly Tue 1:00-2:00pm *Class Skip Date: Nov 12 Advanced Dates: Day: Time: Weekly Tue 2:15-3:15pm Seniors Golden Years of Temecula Fit, Fun & Fabulous The Seniors Golden Years is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the improvement This is a very energizing class. A variety of stretching, strengthening and of the lives of Temecula Valley Seniors. The club sponsors trips, fundraisers and endurance moves are incorporated in every class and the instructor is a great co-sponsors several monthly activities with the Temecula Community Services motivator! Department. Seniors Golden Years is open to all seniors age 55+. Instructor: Abacherli Location: MPSC Meetings: Dates: Day: Time: Location: Class#: Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Board meetings Monthly 2nd Wed 11:00am MPSC 4200.201 Jul 2-Jul 31* Mon-Fri 9:00-9:45am $31.50/Month General Meetings Monthly 2nd/4th Wed 12:45pm MPSC 4200.202 Aug 1-Aug 31 Mon-Fri 9:00-9:45am $34.50/Month 4200.203 Sep 4-Sep 28 Mon-Fri 9:00-9:45am $28.50/Month Golden Years Bingo 4200.204 Oct 1-Oct 31 Mon-Fri 9:00-9:45am $34.50/Month Come on down and play a fun game of bingo with all your friends. Cards are only 4200.205 Nov 1-Nov 30* Mon-Fri 9:00-9:45am $28.50/Month $1.00 each and ten games will be played. You may buy as many cards as you 4200.206 Dec 3-Dec 28* Mon-Fri 9:00-9:45am $30.00/Month wish. All money taken in will be given out in prizes. Please Note: Walk-ins available at $2.50 per class. Day: Time: Fee: Location: *Class Skip Dates: Jul 4, Nov 12, Nov 22, Nov 23, Dec 25 4th Wed 2:00-4:00pm $1.00/Card MPSC Energy Boost for Seniors Golden Years Seniors Potluck This class gently and effectively restores youthful vitality while enhancing your The potluck is open to all seniors in the community. Please bring a dish to share body’s natural healing abilities. It is based on easy to follow slow movements (which serves 6-8 people) and your own place setting. The club supplies coffee, combined with breathing techniques from the ancient art of Qigong (Chi Kung), tea and ice. Join this group for a sociable meal on the 1st Wednesday of each the Chinese study of life energy. These exercises will improve your balance, month at 4:00pm. Eat at 4:30pm. concentration, blood pressure, mental alertness, flexibility, circulation and Day: Time: Fee: Location: coordination. 1st Wed 4:00pm FREE MPSC Instructor: Poletti Location: MPSC Fee: $35.00/4 Wks Class#: Dates: Day: Time: 1423.201 Jul 9-Jul 30 Mon 10:00-11:00am Golden Years Excursions 1423.202 Aug 6-Aug 27 Mon 10:00-11:00am Please check with Esther, the Seniors Golden Years representative at 694-6466 1423.203 Sep 10-Oct 1 Mon 10:00-11:00am between 9:00am-12:00pm for more information. 1423.204 Oct 8-Oct 29 Mon 10:00-11:00am 1423.205 Nov 5-Dec 3* Mon 10:00-11:00am *Class Skip Date: Nov 12 33 Mary Phillips Senior Center Duplicate Bridge Club (ACBL Sanctioned) 55 Alive Driver Program Our Duplicate Bridge game on Thursday afternoons draws players from AARP sponsors a driver improvement class that may entitle you to a reduction in throughout the Temecula Valley. If Duplicate Bridge is your game, come try your your auto insurance premiums, as well as refreshing your knowledge of the rules skills against theirs! of the road. This is an eight-hour class. Pre-registration is required. Payment is Instructor: Campbell made directly to AARP. Call the Mary Phillips Senior Center at 694-6464 for dates Dates: Day: Time: Fee: and further information. Weekly Thu 1:00-4:30pm $6.00/Person Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Every Other Month 3rd Wed/Thu 12:15-4:15pm $10.00 Bridge 4 Fun/Duplicate Bridge Club Master Points are awarded for each game and there is a nominal table fee. Zero Grandparents Support Group tolerance policy strictly enforced. Duplicate can be fun! Free classes; call for The City of Temecula, in conjunction with the Office of Aging, is committed to complete information or check the web site at www.bridge4fun.net or email: helping grandparents, relatives, caregivers and children in developing, Bridge-4-Fun@yahoo.com or call (951) 302-2614 or (951) 805-5172. maintaining and strengthening the family. Instructor: Schramm Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Monthly 1st Thu 10:00am-12:00pm FREE Weekly Wed 10:30am-4:30pm $6.00/Person Weekly Sat 10:30am-4:30pm $6.00/Person Visiting Nurses Assoc. of Inland Counties Offering monthly information and discussions on understanding Medicare, Health Net Hospice Services and Palliative Care with special guest speakers and topics. Q & A, A representative from Health Net will be able to answer any questions or Dates: Day: Time: Fee: information needed. A Doctor will speak about a new topic each month. Monthly 1st Mon 10:00-11:30am FREE Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Monthly 4th Thu 10:00-11:30am Free Social Security Information A representative from Social Security will be at the Mary Phillips Senior Center to SMARxT CARD answer your questions, replace lost social security cards and set up Senior Medication Awareness Training Program appointments for retirement. No appointment is necessary, seen on First-come, This program is sponsored by Riverside County office on Aging. COME GET YOUR first-served basis. If you cannot come during the designated time, you can get SMARxT CARD. The SMARxT Card Program was created in response to the fact more information 24 hours a day by calling Social Security's toll-free number, The Place Friends Meet that older adults are at risk from improper use of medication. In the year 2000, 1-800-772-1213. the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) noted that approximately 10,000 people die Dates: Day: Time: Fee: each year due to this problem. Monthly 1st Thu 1:00-3:00pm FREE Dates: Day: Time: Fee: TBD Mon 10:00-11:30am FREE Health Insurance Counseling The Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP) is here to help Care Connexxus Inc. you sort through any confusion about Medicare and health insurance. A qualified HICAP counselor will provide free counseling, answer health insurance questions (Caregiver’s Support Group) and provide information on Medicare and other forms of health insurance. If you are caring for a loved one who suffers from Alzheimer’s disease or any Counselors can also help with information on insurance scams that target the other disability, then come and share your difficulties with people who can help. senior population. HICAP is funded by the California Office on Aging and does not This group offers lots of support, information and help for caregivers. sell, recommend or endorse any insurance policy or health plan. Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Appointments are needed. Monthly 1st Tue 10:00-11:30am FREE For appointments, call Sheila at (951) 697-6565 ext. 242. Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Blood Pressure Checks Monthly 1st Wed By Appointment FREE The Seniors Golden Years organization provides free blood pressure checks. If you Monthly 3rd Thu By Appointment FREE need to monitor your blood pressure, come in and take advantage of this free service. Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Senior Transport Program Bi-Monthly 2nd/4th Wed 10:30-11:30am FREE Don’t sit inside…call us for your next ride...to the Mary Phillips Senior Center! The Senior Transport Program offers door-to-door round-trip transportation to the Picking up the Pieces Mary Phillips Senior Center. For more information call 694-6464. Days: Monday through Friday Bereavement Support Group Pick-up Time: 9:00-10:30am Hospice of the Valleys provides a weekly bereavement support group at the Mary Return Time: 1:30-3:30pm Phillips Senior Center. These groups are supportive gatherings focused on the Reservations: Call 694-6464 at least 24 hours in advance normal and unique responses following the death of a loved one. For information Fee: $.50/Resident; $1.00/Non-resident regarding available services please call Hospice of the Valleys at 672-1666. Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Weekly Tue 1:00pm FREE RTA Riverside Transit Authority RTA is offering a reduced fare for seniors (60 and above) and persons with disabilities on fixed bus route service program. General fares are normally $1.25. AARP However, you can purchase a photo ID card for $2.00. This will reduce the cost American Association of Retired Persons. This senior citizen’s advocacy group is of your fare to 60 cents. The card is valid for 3 years. An RTA customer service very active in senior issues and welcomes new members. specialist will be on hand for questions and assistance. Dates: Day: Time: Fee: Dates: Day: Time: Fee: 34 Monthly 4th Wed 10:00am FREE Monthly 4th Wed 10:00am-12:00pm FREE Community Services Community Services Community Services Universal Waste Recycling The City of Temecula strongly encourages all residents and businesses to recycle. Did you know that you can no longer throw your batteries into your trash bin? Residents can call CR&R to request an extra recycling container at no charge. As of February 8, 2006 household batteries, such as the ones in your children’s toys, Discounted rates are provided for businesses that request a “recycled materials CD players and flash lights are now banned from the landfill. Household batteries only” bin. For more information, contact CR&R at (800) 755-8112. have been labeled as “Universal Waste” which is subject to disposal restricts. What can you do with your batteries? Reminder!! City of Temecula residents are allowed two FREE bulky item pick-ups annually. The City of Temecula has provided 6 permanent opportunities to property dispose Please call CR&R at (800) 755-8112 and make arrangements in advance for the of your batteries at the following locations: pick-up of these items. 1. Lobby at City Hall located at 43200 Business Park Drive 2. Temecula Community Center (TCC) at 28816 Pujol Street 3. Mary Phillips Senior Center at 41845 6th Street CSD Maintenance Division 4. Community Recreation Center (CRC) at 30875 Rancho Vista Road The Maintenance Services Division is committed to ensuring an aesthetically 5. Library located at 4100 County Center Drive pleasing and healthy City by providing safe, clean public areas. The Maintenance 6. Library located at 30600 Pauba Road Services Program provides effective landscape and facility maintenance services to parks, slopes, medians, recreation facilities, and City Administration Offices. Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse has offered to collect batteries from TCSD Maintenance Division also oversees the repair and maintenance of arterial residents at no charge. Lowe’s has put together a household battery collection and neighborhood streetlights. If you have a streetlight out in your neighborhood, program to benefit our community at both of their store locations in Temecula and you may call the Community Services Department at 694-6480, or use our web Murrieta. The Temecula store is located at 40390 Winchester Road near page at www.cityoftemecula.org Margarita. Lowe’s Murrieta store is located at 24701 Madison Ave near Kalmia. For more information contact Janet Kitchel or Barbara Smith at (951) 694-6480. Community Clean Up Riverside County also offers a weekly household battery collection opportunity: (Citywide Clean-up and Oil Collection) WHEN: Every NON-holiday Saturday (Subject to closure during inclement weather) CR&R Inc. and the City of Temecula will be co-sponsoring the bi-annual Citywide TIME: 9:00am until 2:00 pm Clean-up tentatively scheduled for one Saturday in the spring & fall. All City WHERE: 25315 Jefferson Ave. in Murrieta (north of Murrieta Hot Springs). residents may dispose of used motor oil, antifreeze, batteries, green waste as well as bulky items. This service is free to Temecula residents. (ID is required) The Other items that are collected are antifreeze, vehicle batteries, motor oil and latex event will be held at Chaparral High School parking lot between 8am and 2pm. paint. Some restrictions apply; contact Riverside County Waste Management at For more information, please contact Janet Kitchel or Barbara Smith in Community Services at 694-6480. Community Services (951) 486-3200 for additional information. Street Sweeping Holiday Schedule Trash Pick-Up Please be a good neighbor and remember not to park on residential streets on The holidays: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, trash pick-up day and street sweeping day. Residential streets are swept the day Thanksgiving and Christmas. This is a reminder, that during the holidays, your after trash pick-up day. Keeping vehicles off the streets on these days allows trash collection will be delayed one day. For example, if your normal trash day is efficient trash collection and street sweeping. Observing this simple request Monday, your trash will be collected on Tuesday, etc. If your normal trash day is helps keep all of Temecula’s neighborhoods looking their best! Friday, your trash will be collected on Saturday. Holidays will also affect the street sweeping schedule. If the holiday occurs on Saturday or Sunday, your collection & street sweeping services may not change. Multi-Use Trails and Bikeways To report hazards on the trails or bike lanes please contact Public Works at 694-6411 or contact us on the City’s website at www.cityoftemecula.org. If you have comments or suggestions that will help the City provide a better trail and/or bikeway system please contact Barbara Smith in Community Services at 694-6480 or contact can be made via the City’s website at www.cityoftemecula.org. We’re Here For You! Online Registration Now FREE of Surcharges Register Online at: www.cityoftemecula.org 35 Aquatics Aquatics Public Swim General information: Dates and times may change due to holidays, special Ages: All events, swimmer safety and maintenance of the facility or participation levels. Children, ages seven years and younger, must be accompanied by an adult (18 Locations: years or older) in the pool. Children of all ages may be required to swim overhand CRC Pool crawl stroke while breathing side to side the width of the pool before being Location: 30875 Rancho Vista Road allowed to use the diving board and/or dive. Due to safety concerns, masks, fins Amenities: 25 Yard Heated Pool and snorkels are prohibited. Only “Coast Guard Approved” life jackets will be Depth Range of 3 1/2 ft - 12 ft permitted. All patrons wearing life jackets must be accompanied by an adult. (For Diving Board - Water Slide - Indoor Showers emergency training purposes, staff will periodically conduct emergency drills that Dressing Rooms & Lockers (locks not provided) will require patrons to vacate the pool area for 15-20 minutes.) CHS Pool Fee: Free/Resident; $5/Non-resident Location: Chaparral High School, 27215 Nicolas Road Location: CRC Pool Amenities: 25 Yard Heated, 8 Lane Competition Pool Dates: Day: Time: Recreational Pool with Diving Board Jun 18 - Aug 17 Mon-Fri 12:30-3:30pm Zero Depth Spray Play Area May 5 - Sep 23 Sat-Sun 1:00-5:00pm Dressing Rooms & Lockers (locks not provided) Location: CHS Pool TES Pool Dates: Day: Time: Location: Temecula Elementary School, 41951 Moraga Road Jun 18 - Aug 17 Mon-Fri 12:30-3:30pm Amenities: 25 Yard Heated Pool Jun 16 – Aug 26 Sat-Sun 1:00-5:00pm All-shallow pool with depths ranging from 3-4 1/2 ft *May be extended as weather permits Safety Concerns Holiday Hours • Due to safety concerns masks, fins and snorkels are prohibited at all times. Dates: Day: Time: • Patrons requesting to use flotation devices may only wear “Coast Guard Jul 4 Wed 11:00am-3:00pm Approved” life jackets. All youth wearing life jackets must be accompanied Sep 3 Mon 11:00am-3:00pm (CRC Pool ONLY) by an adult in the water. • Shirts are prohibited on the waterslide and in deep water. Family Swim Night • The pools are subject to closure if the weather is severe and presents a This is a great way for parents and kids to cool off on warm summer nights! A hazard to swimmers. parent or guardian must accompany children. Proof of residency must be shown. • Swim diapers are required for all infants. Fee: FREE/Resident; $2.50/Non-resident • The Temecula Community Services Department will not assume any Pool: Dates: Day: Time: responsibility for any personal property. Please do not bring valuables! CRC Jun 20-Aug 22 Wed 6:30-8:00pm CHS Jun 22-Aug 17 Fri 6:30-8:00pm Non - Resident Fee Policy Please be mindful that non-residents include, but are not limited to, residents of: Wine Country, Winchester, Murrieta, Menifee, Canyon Lake, Lake Elsinore, Anza, Adult Learn to Swim De Luz, Silverhawk, French Valley and other nearby communities. Ages: Adults This class is designed for adults who desire swim instruction. All skill levels will Swim Lesson Refund Policy be accommodated from swimming basics to stroke technique. Class will be 40 There will be NO refunds after the first day of class. A $5.00 processing fee will minutes per day, one day a week, for 4 weeks. This course is taught by certified be applied to all approved refunds made prior to the beginning of the first class. American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors. Participants should be in a swimsuit and ready for class at class time. Instructor: City Staff Location: CRC Pool Lap/Leisure Swim Fee: $45/Resident; $55/Non-resident Ages: 12 Years - Adults Class#: Dates: Day: Time: This is a non-instructional program established for individuals who have a desire 5001.101 Jul 7-Jul 28 Sat 9:00-10:00am to swim for fitness or therapeutic purposes. A lifeguard will be present at all 5001.102 Aug 4-Aug 25 Sat 9:00-10:00am times. (Program subject to change upon participation level) Fee: $1/Resident; $5/Non-resident Location: CRC Pool Masters Program Aquatics Dates: Day: Time: We are excited to announce a new Masters Swimming Program coming to the City Ongoing Mon - Fri 5:30am-8:30am of Temecula Aquatics. This program is designed to help swimmers improve fitness May 21-Aug 31 Mon - Fri 11:15am-12:15pm and/or train for specific goals, and to offer support for a healthy lifestyle through Begins Sep 3 Mon – Fri 11:00am-12:45pm friendship and camaraderie. We want you to feel welcome, whether you’re a long- Ongoing Sat 7:00am-9:00am time competitor or a beginner looking for a fun way to exercise. All workouts will be coached by a certified USA Swimming Coach and workouts are designed to Location: CHS Pool meet different fitness levels. All Masters Participants must complete a USA Dates: Day: Time: Masters registration form and pay the yearly dues of $35.00 in order to participate. Jun 18-Aug 17 Mon - Fri 5:30am-8:30am A USA Masters form is available at the TES pool during practice times. Jun 18-Aug 17 Mon - Fri 11:15am-12:45pm Location: TES Pool Fee: $30.00/per month Jun 18-Aug 17 Mon – Fri 6:30-7:30pm Dates: Day: Time: Jun 18-Aug 17 Sat 8:00am-9:00am Ongoing Mon/Wed/Fri 5:30-7:00am 36 Aquatics Water Aerobics/Aqua Exercise Deep Water Aerobics Ages: 12 Years - Adults Ages: 12 Years - Adults A complete forty-five minute workout using the water as resistance to firm, tone A non-impact aerobics workout in deep water. Wearing a belt creates “neutral and increase cardio-respiratory endurance. This is an ongoing class so you can buoyancy” allowing participants to work muscles in the limbs and core against join at any time. Please note: Classes scheduled at TES Pool will be shallow the water’s resistance, resulting in increased cardio-respiratory and muscular water only. For shallow water class, participants should be comfortable moving endurance. Other benefits are increased overall strength, flexibility and range of around in 3 to 4 feet of water. The ability to swim is not required. For classes motion. Participants should be comfortable in deep water wearing a belt. Bring held at the CRC Pool, Tuesday’s class will be a shallow water class and Thursday’s your own belt or purchase one from the instructor. This is an ongoing class so you a deep water class. (See Deep Water class for description). It is not required that can join at any time. Materials Fee: An optional $25.00 materials fee for a belt you participate in both class dates. can be purchased from instructor. Instructor: Hinton/Woolstenhulme Instructor: Hinton Fee: $4/Resident; $5/Non-resident (pay at pool) Fee: $4/Resident; $5/Non-resident (pay at pool) Dates: Day: Time: Location: Dates: Day: Time: Location: Jul 2-Aug 17 Mon/Wed/Fri 8:00-8:45am TES Pool Jul 7-Aug 25 Sat 9:00am-10:00am CHS Pool Aug 21-Nov 20 Tue/Thu 10:00-10:45am CRC Pool Class Skip Dates: Jul 4 Private Swim Lessons Swim Lesson Level Descriptions Ages: 10 Years - Adults Parent N’Me Ages: 6 Months - 3 Years This program is designed for swimmers who need one-on-one swimming This course is designed for parent/child interaction. Emphasis is on water instruction. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Participants should adjustment, water entry, bubble blowing, underwater exploration, front glide, front be in a swimsuit ready for class at class time. kick, arm movement, back float, rolling over, rescue breathing and safety skills. Instructor: City Staff Location: TES Pool NOTE: Infants must wear plastic pants under their suits while in the water. Swim Fee: $70/Resident;$80/Non-Resident diapers ONLY, no regular diapers please. Toddler Ages: 3 - 5 Years Registration: Walk-in Registration, ONLY, at the CRC This course is designed for those students between the ages of 3-5 years. Students Session: Registration Dates: must Session 1 Jun 11-Jun 13 be able to listen and follow directions. Skills taught include water adjustment, bubble Session 2 Jul 9-Jul 11 blowing, underwater exploration, introduction to front crawl stroke, back float and Session 1 Lessons front float with support, kicking and alternate arm strokes. Class #: Start Date: Time: L1 - Level 1 Water Exploration Ages: 5 Years + 5901.201 Jun 24 9:30-10:10am In this course, students will learn elementary aquatic skills. Skills taught include 5901.202 Jun 24 10:20-11:00am bubble blowing, underwater exploration, introduction to front crawl stroke, back float and front float with support, kicking and alternate arm strokes. 5901.203 Jun 24 11:10-10:50am L2 - Level 2 Primary Skills Ages: 5 Years + Session 2 Lessons Participant must have mastered Level 1 skills before entering this class. The objective Class #: Start Date: Time: of this course is for the students to successfully learn fundamental skills. The student 5901.204 Jul 21 9:30-10:10am will learn to float without support, and to recover to a vertical position. Other skills to 5901.205 Jul 21 10:20-11:00am be taught are glides, front arm motion, back arm motion, flutter kicks and rhythmic 5901.206 Jul 21 11:10-10:50am breathing. This level marks the beginning of true locomotion skills and adds to self- help and basic rescue skills. L3 - Level 3 Stroke Readiness Ages: 5 Years + Scuba Diving Lesson Participant must have mastered Level 2 skills before entering this class. This course will teach the combined skills of front arm motion and rhythmic breathing, diving Ages: 10 Years - Adults from the side of pool, back crawl and elementary backstroke kick. These skills are Discover the fun and excitement of SCUBA diving. The Scuba Center Temecula moving your child into the field of true aquatics. instructors, with over 45 years of combined experience are ready to teach you to L4/5 - Level 4 Stroke Development/Level 5 Stroke Refinement Combo explore our underwater world and certify you in as little as 2 weeks. Classroom Level 4: Participant must have mastered Level 3 skills before entering this class. This instruction will take place at Scuba Center Temecula and pool instruction will take course develops confidence in the strokes learned thus far and to improve other place at the CRC. Open-water dives will be conducted either on Catalina Island aquatic skills. New skills introduced will be elementary backstroke, breaststroke and or La Jolla Shores. Participants must provide their own mask, snorkel, boots, fins sidestroke. Students increase their endurance by swimming greater distances. Level 5 Stroke Refinement: Participant must have mastered Level 4 skills before and gloves. Each class session consists of classroom and pool instruction and Aquatics entering this class. At this level the student will have the good basic stroke skills. The two ocean dives. For a breakdown of the schedule for each session, please call objective is to coordinate and refine key strokes. Butterfly, open turns and 951-506-0252. springboard diving will be introduced at this time. Please note: In order to be certified you must L6 - Level 6 Personal Water Safety/Fundamentals of Diving participate in open-water dives, which the Participant must have mastered Level 5 skills before entering this class. The instructor will discuss at the first class meeting. objective of Level 6 is to polish strokes so students use them with more ease, Materials Fee: efficiency, power and smoothness over greater distances. Personal safety survival An additional $55.00 is due to instructor swimming and self-rescue skills are introduced. Springboard diving fundamentals are also taught in this class. Swimming endurance is greatly increased during the Instructor: Rubin Fee: $120.00/Session course. Class #: Class Dates: 3801.201 Jul 2-Jul 22 Youth Swim Lessons Schedule and Registration 3801.202 Jul 16-Aug 11 information on Page 38. 3801.203 Sep 4-Sep 23 3801.204 Sep 17-Oct 7 3801.205 Oct 1-Oct 21 Online Registration Now FREE of Surcharges 3801.206 3801.207 3801.208 Oct 15-Nov 11 Nov 5-Dec 2 Nov 26-Dec 16 Register Online at: 37 www.cityoftemecula.org Youth Swim Lessons Youth Swim Lesson Fees: Resident $45.00; Non-resident $55.00 Lessons Non - Resident Fee Policy General Information: Due to many Please be mindful that non-residents include, but are not limited to, residents of: requests for those desiring to Winchester, Murrieta, Menifee, Canyon Lake, Lake Elsinore, Anza, De Luz, participate in this program, the City Silverhawk, French Valley and other nearby communities. of Temecula will once again be offering an expanded youth swim lesson program through the months Swim Lesson Refund Policy There will be NO refunds after the first day of class. A $5.00 processing fee will of May, June, July, August, and be applied to all approved refunds made prior to the beginning of the first class. September. Lessons will be provided at the Community How to Register Recreation Center, Chaparral High Residents: School Pools, and Temecula Mail - In Registration: We are proud to offer mail-in registration for City of Elementary School Pool. Please read the Temecula residents only. It is important to keep in mind that mail-in registration information below and refer to page 39 for will be accepted only during the weeks specified for the session indicated. further instructions and the “Mail-In Swim Residents who use mail-in registration will be given first priority. Registration Form”. Walk - In Registration: Walk-in registration will be available for residents who do not wish to use the mail-in process, and for non-residents, should class space Summer Swim Lessons be available. Proof of residency will be required at time of registration. Walk-in Open Registration: Residents will be given an opportunity to request one swim registration will be held at the CRC located at 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. from 4:30- lesson per child for any of the listed Summer Sessions during open registration 6:30pm on the dates indicated. Please remember that residents using mail-in May 5-11. Session 1 registration takes place during this time period as well. Once registration will receive priority over walk-in registrations. The last day to register open registration has been completed, the other sessions will be available for (if any openings are available after walk-in registration takes place) is by mail-in registrations on the dates listed below. registering in person at the CRC no later than 5:00pm the Wednesday prior to the Summer Registration Dates day of that lesson. Swim Lesson Schedule Session: Lesson Dates: Days: Mail-in Reg: Walk-in Reg: Session 2 Jul 2-Jul 13 Mon-Fri/2 Wks Jun 16-Jun 20 Jun 26 Class Skip Date: Jul 4 (Note: Same fee will apply for this session) Non-Residents: Session 3 Jul 16-Jul 27 Mon-Fri/2 Wks Jun 30-Jul 5 Jul 10 Walk - in Registration: Walk-in registration will be available for non-residents Session 4 Jul 30-Aug 10 Mon-Fri/2 Wks Jul 14-Jul 18 Jul 24 should class space be available. Walk-in registration will be held at the CRC Session 5** Aug 13-Aug 24 Mon-Fri/2 Wks Jul 28-Aug 1 Aug 7 located at 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. from 4:30-6:30pm on the dates indicated. **Session 5- Afternoon/Evening classes only available Summer Swim Lesson Schedule Please note: Classes/levels may be combined due to low enrollment. CRC Pool AM Classes CHS Pool AM Classes TES Pool AM Classes TES Pool PM Classes Class: Time: Age: Class: Time: Age: Class: Time: Age: Class: Time: Age: Parent N’Me 9:40-10:10am 6 Mos-3 yrs Parent N’Me 9:40-10:10am 6 Mos-3 yrs Parent N’Me 11-11:30am 6 Mos-3 yrs Parent N’Me 5:10-5:40pm 6 Mos-3 yrs Parent N’Me 10:20-10:50am 6 Mos-3 yrs Toddler 9-9:30am 3-5 Yrs Toddler 9-9:30am 3-5 Yrs Toddler 4:30-5pm 3-5 Yrs Toddler 9-9:30am 3-5 Yrs Toddler 9:40-10:10am 3-5 Yrs Toddler 9:40-10:10am 3-5 Yrs Toddler 5:10-5:40pm 3-5 Yrs Toddler 9:40-10:10am 3-5 Yrs Toddler 10:20-10:50am 3-5 Yrs Toddler 10:20-10:50am 3-5 Yrs Toddler 5:50-6:20pm 3-5 Yrs Toddler 10:20-10:50am 3-5 Yrs Level 1 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + Toddler 11-11:30am 3-5 Yrs Toddler 6:30-7pm 3-5 Yrs Level 1 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + Level 1 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + Level 1 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + Toddler 7:10-7:40pm* 3-5 Yrs Level 1 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + Level 1 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs + Level 1 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + Level 1 4:30-5pm 5 Yrs + Level 1 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs + Level 2 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + Level 1 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs + Level 1 5:10-5:40pm 5 Yrs + Level 2 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + Level 2 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + Level 1 11-11:30am 5 Yrs + Level 1 5:50-6:20pm 5 Yrs + Level 2 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + Level 2 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs + Level 2 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + Level 1 6:30-7pm 5 Yrs + Level 2 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs + Level 3 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + Level 2 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + Level 1 7:10-7:40pm* 5 Yrs + Level 3 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + Level 3 9:55-10:25am 5 Yrs + Level 2 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs + Level 2 4:30-5pm 5 Yrs + Level 3 9:55-10:25am 5 Yrs + Level 4/5 9-9:45am 5 Yrs + Level 2 11-11:30am 5 Yrs + Level 2 5:10-5:40pm 5 Yrs + Level 4/5 9-9:45am 5 Yrs + Level 4/5 9:55-10:40am 5 Yrs + Level 3 9-9:30am 5 Yrs + Level 2 5:50-6:20pm 5 Yrs + Level 4/5 9:55-10:40am 5 Yrs + Level 6 9-9:45am 5 Yrs + Level 3 9:40-10:10am 5 Yrs + Level 2 6:30-7pm 5 Yrs + Level 6 9-9:45am 5 Yrs + CHS Pool PM Classes Level 3 10:20-10:50am 5 Yrs + Level 2 7:10-7:40pm* 5 Yrs + CRC Pool PM Classes Parent N’Me 4:25-4:55pm 6 Mos-3 yrs Level 3 4:30-5pm 5 Yrs + Parent N’Me 4:25-4:55pm 6 Mos-3 yrs Toddler 3:45-4:15pm 3-5 Yrs Level 3 5:50-6:20pm 5 Yrs + Toddler 3:45-4:15pm 3-5 Yrs Toddler 4:25-4:55pm 3-5 Yrs Level 3 6:30-7pm 5 Yrs + Toddler 4:25-4:55pm 3-5 Yrs Level 1 3:45-4:15pm 5 Yrs + Level 3 7:10-7:40pm* 5 Yrs + Level 1 3:45-4:15pm 5 Yrs + Level 1 4:25-4:55pm 5 Yrs + Class Level Descriptions Level 1 4:25-4:55pm 5 Yrs + Level 2 3:45-4:15pm 5 Yrs + Available on pg. 29 Level 2 3:45-4:15pm 5 Yrs + Level 2 4:25-4:55pm 5 Yrs + Level 2 4:25-4:55pm 5 Yrs + Level 3 3:45-4:15pm 5 Yrs + Level 3 3:45-4:15pm 5 Yrs + Level 3 5:10-5:55pm 5 Yrs + 38 Level 4/5 Level 6 3:45-4:25pm 5 Yrs + 3:45-4:25pm 5 Yrs + Level 4/5 Level 4/5 Level 6 3:45-4:25pm 5 Yrs + 5:10-5:55pm 5 Yrs + 3:45-4:25pm 5 Yrs + Swim Mail-In Registration Form • Mail-in registrations will be accepted for City of Temecula residents only. Please be mindful that non-residents include but are not limited to residents of: Winchester, Murrieta, Anza, De Luz, Silverhawk, French Valley and other nearby communities. • Mail-in registration forms will only be accepted during the mail-in registration dates indicated on the previous page. All registration forms must be postmarked on the dates indicated for each session. Any forms received postmarked before or after the appropriate dates will be returned unprocessed. • A confirmation receipt with your class level, time and pool location will be mailed to you once your registration form is received and processed. Due to popular demand, please make sure that you have selected a first, second, and third choice on the registration form. Staff will do their best to accommodate first choice requests. • One registration form per participant is necessary. Additional forms may be copied, picked up at the Community Recreation Center during regular business hours Monday- Friday, 8am - 5pm, or downloaded from www.cityoftemecula.org • All swim lessons for Temecula residents are $45 each. One form of payment (check, money order, credit card purchase) per participant is required. Single payments for multiple requests (i.e. sibling groups) will not be processed. Cash may be used at walk-in registration only. Do not mail in cash. Make checks payable to the City of Temecula. If paying by credit card the payee’s name must match the name as it appears on the card. • If you would like to request placement with a sibling or other participant, please send all forms in the same envelope and we will try to accommodate your request. • The city may combine classes due to low enrollment. • Please mail the form below with your choice of payment to CSD, Swim Lesson Registration, P.O. Box 9033, Temecula, CA 92589-9033. CITY OF T E M E C U L A - S W I M L E S S O N M A I L - I N R E G I S T R AT I O N F O R M Participant Information First Name Last Name Date of Birth Gender M F Choice Session (Circle One) Summer Pool Location (Check One) Level* (Check One) Time 1st Choice Summer Lessons: 2 3 4 5 u CRC u CHS u PNM u TOD u L1 u L2 ____:____ am/pm Fall Lessons: u TES u Any Location u L3 u L4/5 u L6 u Any Available 2nd Choice Summer Lessons: 2 3 4 5 u CRC u CHS u PNM u TOD u L1 u L2 ____:____ am/pm Fall Lessons: u TES u Any Location u L3 u L4/5 u L6 u Any Available 3rd Choice Summer Lessons: 2 3 4 5 u CRC u CHS u PNM u TOD u L1 u L2 ____:____ am/pm Fall Lessons: u TES u Any Location u L3 u L4/5 u L6 u Any Available Payee Information First Name Last Name Date of Birth Gender / / M F Address City State Zip (H) Phone (W) Phone Cell Phone/Pager Form of Payment Payment Type Credit Card No. / Check No. Expiration Card Issuer u Check u Credit Card u Money Order / / u Visa u Master Card Print name as it appears on card Signature Billing Address (Street, City, State, Zip) *See page 29 for level descriptions **Please note: There must be one check or money order per participant and mailed in the same envelope • Should one of the three choices listed above be unavailable, may an available class be appointed? Yes_____ No_____ • Sorry, no specific instructor may be requested. • Although a registration form and payment must be completed for each participant, please list any other sibling/s requesting swim lessons along with mailing in the same envelope ______________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ • Every attempt will be made to grant one of the choices above. Should sibling groups not be accommodated, do you still desire to take the swim lessons identified above? Yes_____ No____ • Special Needs/Additional Requests: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ • Swim Lesson Refund Policy - There will be NO refunds after the first day of class. A $5 processing fee is applied to all approved refunds before first class. LIABILITY WAIVER: I realize every precaution is taken to eliminate any injuries or hazards, and a competent supervisor is present; however, in the event of any injury, I hereby waive, release and hold harmless from any liability for damages for personal injury including accidental death, as well as from claims for property damage which may arise in connection with the above named activity, against the supervisor, the City of Temecula, its officers, agents, employees and volunteers. I further permit the use of activity/event photography and/or video for media promotion. In case of accident or other emergency, personnel of the Community Services Department and/or its agents are hereby authorized to secure medical care deemed necessary as a result of accident or injury for the participant. I further agree to pay any and all costs incurred as a result of said treatment. Adult/Guardian Signature: Date: 39 Temecula Community Services Department ACTIVITY REGISTRATION FORM Please Print & Fill Out Completely Payee/Parent/Guardian: First Name: Last Name: Address: City: State: Zip Code: Home Telephone: Work Telephone: Emergency Telephone: Cell Phone: E-mail Address: Please check this box if you do NOT want to be informed via e-mail of all the great special events and classes provided by Temecula Community Services Department Participant Class# Class Name First Name / Last Name Birth Date Gender Fee: / / M/F $ / / M/F $ / / M/F $ / / M/F $ / / M/F $ / / M/F $ CHECK Payable to: $ Payment City of Temecula MONEY ORDER SUBTOTAL Mastercard / Visa $10 Minimum I hereby authorize use of my credit card for above listed activities. Expiration Signature: Billing Address: How did you hear about this program? Recreation Guide Program Flyer Other_______________ City Website LIABILITY WAIVER: I realize every precaution is taken to eliminate any injuries or hazards, and a competent supervisor is present; however, in the event of any injury, I hereby waive, release and hold harmless from any liability for damages for personal injury including accidental death, as well as from claims for property damage which may arise in connection with the above named activity, against the supervisor, the City of Temecula, its officers, agents, employees and volunteers. In case of accident or other emergency, personnel of the Community Services Department and/or its agents are hereby authorized to secure medical care deemed necessary as a result of accident or injury for the participant. I further agree to pay any and all costs incurred as a result of said treatment. I further permit the use of activity/event photography and/or video for media promotion. Refund Policy: All activities and excursions must meet a minimum number of participants to be held. If the City must cancel a class/excursion, participants may transfer to another class/excursion or receive a full refund. Participants unable to attend a class following pre-registration may request a refund. A $5.00 processing fee will apply for all refunds requested by the payee All refund requests must be made prior to the first class meeting or excursion date. I further understand that if by paying by credit card, the refund will be returned as a credit to the card used for original payment. All other refunds will be payable by check and are net 30. By signing this waiver I am verifying that I understand and am aware of the refund policy set forth by the City of Temecula. Participant/Parent/Guardian of Minor (under 18) Signature: Date: Mail This Form to: CSD Activities or Fax: (951) 694-6488 PO Box 9033 (For VISA or Mastercard only) Temecula, CA 92589 How to Register & Facility Rentals How To Register: Facility Rental Information General Information: Looking for that special place for a memorable wedding reception, family reunion, • Registration is taken on a first-come, first-served basis. or company picnic? Do you need space to hold a seminar, meeting or banquet? • Fees must be paid in full at the time of registration. Temecula Community Services Department has just the place for you. We also have • No partial payments or deposits accepted. park picnic shelters with barbecue areas that can be reserved for groups. Come by • Fees must be received before the first class meeting. • Fees will be returned to the payee if the class or activity has been and tour the facility for information. Reservations must be made in person. cancelled or is full. • Registration must be completed on an Activity Registration Form. Community Recreation Center (CRC), 30875 Rancho Vista Road • Photocopies are accepted and recommended for multiple use. The perfect setting for special events! The multipurpose room is ideal for • Phone-in registration is NOT accepted. banquets, receptions, concerts and plays. The facility has a full-service kitchen • Classes and activities are subject to cancellation if minimum number and can accommodate groups from 15 to 300 with banquet seating for 250. The of participants is not met within 48 hours of the class or activity date or at outdoor amphitheater is perfect for concerts. The center features a stage with registration deadline. professional lighting and stereo sound system. Please call 694- 6410 for more information. Online Registration: Visit the City’s website at: Temecula Community Center (TCC), 28816 Pujol Street http://www.cityoftemecula.org/recreate/classes/onlineregister.htm An ideal spot for groups needing a room to hold meetings, parties or receptions. • Online Registration now free of Surcharges. • You will need a valid credit card for online registration. The facility has a full-service kitchen and can accommodate 200 people. Please • Refund requests must be made directly to the City Hall office during call 694-6469 for more information. normal business hours. Please Note: Refunds may take up to 2 weeks to receive. Mary Phillips Senior Center (MPSC), 41845 6th Street An ideal spot for groups needing a room to hold meetings, parties or receptions. Fax-In: Complete an “Activity Registration Form”. The facility has a partial kitchen, meeting room and a multipurpose room that can • Fax the completed and signed form to (951) 694-6488. accommodate 100 people. Please call 694-6464 for more information. • Payment may be made by Mastercard or VISA only. • Registration will be entered during normal business hours, Monday through Friday, 8am-5pm. • Please ensure you receive a printed fax confirmation from your fax machine to confirm successful transmission. Mail-In: Complete an “Activity Registration Form”. • Payment may be made by check, money order, Mastercard or VISA. • Make checks payable to “City of Temecula”. • Mail signed form and payment to: Activity Registration, PO Box 9033, Temecula, CA 92589-9033 Walk-In: Register in person using cash, check, money order or credit card at the following locations: Location: Day: Time: Community Recreation Center Mon-Fri 8am-4:45pm Picnic Shelter Rentals How to Register City Hall Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Reservations: Accepted during office hours at the Community Recreation Center, 30875 Rancho Vista Rd., 694-6410 Temecula Community Center Mon/Wed 8am-9pm Tue/Thu/Fri 8am-5pm Harveston Community Park Picnic Shelter, 28582 Harveston Drive Sat 9am-1pm Located at the new Harveston Community Park, features two picnic shelters with a tot lot, built-in barbecues, and picnic tables. Both picnic shelters can be rented Refund Policy together to accommodate larger parties. • All activities and excursions must meet a minimum number of participants to be held. Ronald Reagan Sports Park Picnic Shelter, 30875 Rancho Vista Road • If the City must cancel a class/excursion, participants may transfer to Located at the northeast corner of the park, the picnic shelter has two built-in another class/excursion or receive a full refund. barbecues, four picnic tables and a playground the kids will enjoy. • Participants unable to attend a class following pre-registration may request a refund before the first class meeting. • A $5.00 processing fee will be applied per cancelled activity. Pala Community Park Picnic Shelter, 44900 Temecula Lane • All refund requests must be made prior to the first class meeting or Another great place for your group picnic, outing or birthday party. The picnic excursion date. shelter has a built-in barbecue, four picnic tables and playground. Tennis, • The Community Services Department is not permitted to issue cash for basketball and sand volleyball is also available in the park on a first-come, first- refund requests. served basis. • All refunds requested by the payee using a credit card will be issued a credit to the card used for enrollment. Margarita Community Park Picnic Shelter, 29119 Margarita Road The picnic shelter has a built in barbecue, picnic tables and playground. Hockey Registration Begins: and tennis are also available in the park on a first-come, first served basis. Monday, June 4th Temeku Hills Park Shelter, 31367 La Serena Way Enjoy our park with a castle and ship play structure for your little princes and Please visit our website at princesses to play on! The picnic shelter has a built-in barbecue, three picnic www.cityoftemecula.org 41 tables and a playground. Basketball is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Temecula Community Services Department also rents sports fields for practices, for more information. picnics and tournaments. City Facilities and Places of Interest City Facilitiesofand Places of Interest City Facilities and Places Interest Park Locations Facilities Locations Marker Park Name Address Coordinates Marker Facility Name Address Coordinates 1 Bahia Vista Pk. 41566 Avenida de la Reina C 2/3 A Chaparral High School Pool 27215 Nicolas Rd. B1 2 Butterfield Stage Pk. 33654 De Portola Rd. E3 C Chapel of Memories 41970 Moreno Rd. B3 3 Calle Aragon Pk. 41621 Calle Aragon C3 J City Hall 43200 Business Park Dr. A3 4 Crowne Hill Pk. 33203 Old Kent Rd. E3 H Community Recreation Center 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. C3 5 Harveston Community Pk. 28582 Harveston Dr. A1 M Gallery at the Merc 42051 Main Street B3 6 Harveston Lake Pk. 29005 Lake House Rd. B1 L Harveston Community Room 28582 Harveston Dr. A1 7 John Magee Pk. 44656 Corte Veranos C/D 4 D Imagination Workshop 42081 Main St. B3 8 Kent Hintergardt Mem. Pk. 31465 Via Cordoba D4 F Mary Phillips Senior Center 41845 6th St. B3 9 Loma Linda Pk. 30877 Loma Linda Rd. C5 K Old Town Community Theater 42051 Main Street B3 10 Long Canyon Creek Pk. 40356 N. Gen. Kearny Rd. B2 E Temecula Community Center 28816 Pujol St. B4 11 Margarita Community Pk. 29119 Margarita Rd. B2 B Temecula Elem. School Pool 41951 Moraga Rd. B2 12 Meadows Pk. 43110 Meadows Pkwy. D3 G Temecula History Museum 28314 Mercedes St. B3 13 Nakayama Pk. 30592 Nicolas Rd. C1 I Temecula Middle School 42075 Meadows Pkwy. D3 14 Nicolas Rd. Pk. 39955 Nicolas Rd. B1 15 Pablo Apis Pk. 33005 Regina Dr. E4 Off-Site Class Locations 16 Pala Community Pk. 44900 Temecula Ln. C4 Marker Off-Site Class Address Coordinates 17 Paloma Del Sol Pk. 32099 De Portola Rd. E4 c Cathy's Dance Studio 28780 Old Town Front St, Ste B-7 B3 18 Paseo Gallante Pk. 32455 Camino San Dimas D5 m Iron TaeKwonDo Ctr. 26111 Ynez Rd., Ste. C-11 A1 19 Patricia H Birdsall Sports Pk. 32380 Deer Hollow Way D5 d Miyamoto Music Studio 28780 Old Town Front St, Ste C-1 B3 20 Pauba Ridge Pk. 33405 Pauba Rd. E2 a Redhawk Golf Course 45100 Redhawk Pkwy. D4 21 Redhawk Community Pk. 44747 Redhawk Pkwy. D4 n Scuba Center Temecula 28860 Old Town Front St, Ste. A-9 B3 22 Riverton Pk. 30950 Riverton Ln. C/D 1 e Svetlana’s Dance Academy 41760 Rider Way A2 23 Ronald Reagan Sports Pk. 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. C3 g Temecula Valley TaeKwonDo 28404 Felix Valdez B3 24 Rotary Pk. 28816 Pujol St. 4B b Tumble Jungle 41735 Winchester Rd. A2 City Facilities 25 Sam Hicks Monument Pk. 41970 Moreno Rd. B3 f TVHS Tennis Courts 31555 Rancho Vista Rd. C3 26 Serena Hills Pk. 40747 Walcott Ln. D1 27 Stephen Linen Jr. Mem. Pk. 44935 Nighthawk Pass E4 28 Sunset Pk. 32155 Cam. San Jose D4 29 Temecula Creek Trail Pk. 33662 Channel St. E4 Places of Interest: 30 Temecula Duck Pond 28250 Rancho California Rd. B3 • “Letters Home” - A Veteran’s Memorial 31 Temecula Skate Pk. 42569 Margarita Rd. C3 • Japanese Friendship Garden, 32 Temeku Hills Pk. 31367 La Serena Wy. C2 a gift from Sister City Nakayama, Japan • “Singing in the Rain” September 11th Memorial, 33 Vail Ranch Pk. 32965 Harmony Ln. E4 a gift from Sister City Leidschendam-Voorburg, 34 Veteran's Pk. 30965 La Serena Wy. C2 The Netherlands 35 Voorburg Pk. 39960 Nicolas Rd. B1 Location: Temecula Duck Pond Park, 28250 Rancho California Rd. (Refer to #30 on the map at Intersection B3) 36 Winchester Creek Pk. 39950 Margarita Rd. B1 42 Park Sites, Facilities and Off-Site Class Locations Park Sites, Facilities and Off-Site Class and Park Sites, Facilities LocationsOff-Site Class Locations Map Creating Community Through People, Parks and Programs We’re Here For You! 43 City of Temecula PRSRT STD ECR WSS Community Services Department U.S. POSTAGE P.O. BOX 9033 PAID Temecula, CA 92589-9033 TEMECULA, CA PERMIT NO.5 RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER TEMECULA, CA
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