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									                                                                                Summer Youth Camps & Classes
                                                                                   Summer CONTACTS & LOCATiONS
                                                                                  ANDERSEN JR. HIGH SCHOOL
                                                                                  1255 N. Dobson Rd. (North of Ray Rd.)
                                                                                  Donald Smith, Recreation Coordinator I, 480-782-2718
                                                                                  CHANDLER COMMUNITY CENTER
                                                                                  125 E. Commonwealth Ave.
                                                                                  Courtney Hodge, Recreation Coordinator I, 480-782-2730
                                                                                  ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CENTER
                                                                                  4050 E. Chandler Heights Rd. (N.E. of Chandler Heights & Lindsay roads)
                                                                                  Matt Dawson, Assistant Naturalist, 480-782-2886
                                                                                  SANTAN JR. HIGH
                                                                                  1550 E. Chandler Heights Rd. (East of McQueen Rd.)
                                                                                  Michael Ballard, Recreation Coordinator I, 480-782-2711
                                                                                  SNEDIGAR RECREATION CENTER
                                                                                  4500 S. Basha Rd. (East of Alma School Rd., South of Ocotillo Rd.)




                                                                                                                                                                 Summer Youth Camps & Classes
Art & Crafts                                                                      Ariane Stramiello, Recreation Coordinator I, 480-782-2641
COOL CRAFT CAMP                                                                   TUMBLEWEED RECREATION CENTER
Get your children involved in this cool craft camp that will be fun and           745 E. Germann Rd. (West of McQueen Rd.)
instructive in many aspects of arts and crafts. A different project will be       Abel Mendoza, Recreation Coordinator I, 480-782-2912
completed each day, and different projects each week. We'll paint, dye,
make hair accessories and more.                                                   WILLIS JR. HIGH SCHOOL
Instructor: Sheri Cross                Instructor fee: $0     Supply fee: $9      401 S. McQueen Rd. (McQueen Rd. and Frye Rd.)
Location: Community Center, Room 115                                              Teofilo	Ruiz,	Recreation	Coordinator	I,	480-782-2746
Resident fee: $19       Non-resident fee: $24
                                                                                  All class fees are paid during the registration process. All instructor
142CC.420      M-F      6/7-6/11       11 a.m.-noon           6-12 yrs
                                                                                  and supply fees must be paid to your instructor at the first class.
143CC.420      M-F      6/14-6/18      11 a.m.-noon           6-12 yrs
144CC.420      M-F      6/21-6/25      11 a.m.-noon           6-12 yrs
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TUMBLEWEED ART CAMP                                                                          This icon denotes that this class is a "Parent & Child" class.
This camp is designed for youth ages 6-12 who just don’t get enough art
                                                                                             Parent participation is required for class.
during the school year. Campers will learn about artists, techniques and
mediums. They will develop their imagination through drawing, cartooning,                    This icon denotes that this class will be engaging in activities
painting, ceramics and other art activities. Campers will produce remark-                    that will increase your child's heart rate and metabolism.
able and thoughtful art while having lots of fun. Camp will conclude with                    Helps prevent childhood obesity.
an art show on July 16 at 5:30 p.m.
Instructors: TRC Art Specialist Staff
Location: Tumbleweed Recreation Center, Art Studio                               WALK IN A TROPICAL RAINFOREST – SUMMER DAY-CAMP
Resident fee: $148      Non-resident fee: $185                                   Learn the importance of rainforests, understand their ecological relation-
521TW.420 M-F           6/7-6/18       1-6 p.m.               8-12 yrs           ships and find out what you can do to help preserve rainforests. We will
522TW.420 M-F           6/21-7/2       1-6 p.m.               8-12 yrs           explore the many foods, medicines, and other products that are grown in
Resident fee: $133      Non-resident fee: $167                                   these environments such as vanilla, chocolate, bananas, cinnamon, and
523TW.430 M-F           7/6-7/16*      1-6 p.m.               8-12 yrs           chewing gum! Build your very own rain Cecropia tree, paint a mural of the
*No camp 7/5
                                                                                 many layers of the rainforest, and make a rainforest “corner store”.
                                                                                 Instructor: Susan Norton               Instructor fee: $0   Supply fee: $20
Nature, environment, and Outdoors                                                Location: Environmental Education Center
                                                                                 Resident fee: $31       Non-resident fee: $39
FLOWER POWER –SUMMER DAY-CAMP                                                    145EE.439      Tu/W/Th 7/20-7/22       9 a.m.-noon          8-14 yrs
Join us for 3 days filled with flowers, flowers, and more flowers! Learn
how to make your own bouquets, corsages, floral headbands, and leis.
Discover some techniques to make beautiful floral arrangements for your          Reading
home, while learning the names of many different flowers. We will use            AMERICAN REVOLUTION & THE FIRST 4TH OF JULY
fresh flowers and you will get to take home your creations each day!             Have fun learning about early Americans and their history using the Magic
Instructor: Susan Norton               Instructor fee: $0     Supply fee: $20    Tree House "Revolutionary War on Wednesday" and other related litera-
Location: Environmental Education Center                                         ture! Students will do arts, crafts, science and social studies projects and
Resident fee: $31       Non-resident fee: $39                                    more to learn about the first 4th of July and other Early American history.
142EE.430      Tu/W/Th 6/29-7/1        9 a.m.-noon            8-14 yrs           Instructor: Alice Estes                Instructor fee: $0   Supply fee: $5
143EE.430      Tu/W/Th 7/6-7/8         9 a.m.-noon            13-18 yrs          Location: Community Center, Room 203
                                                                                 Resident fee: $28       Non-resident fee: $35
PAPER PARTY – SUMMER DAY-CAMP                                                    120CC.420       M-Th    6/28-7/1       9-11 a.m.            7-9 yrs
Learn how paper is made and make your own recycled paper, plus
sachets, paper flowers, pet silhouettes, and origami. Construct shadow           IT’S A JUNGLE OUT THERE!
boxes with a photo of your choice. On our last day we will have a paper          Join us and have fun learning about life in the tropical rainforest using the
party! All supplies provided except photos.                                      Magic Tree House "Afternoon on the Amazon" and other related literature!
Instructor: Susan Norton               Instructor fee: $0     Supply fee: $20    Students will do art, crafts, science projects and more to learn about the
Location: Environmental Education Center                                         jungle and some of the animals that live in there.
Resident fee: $31       Non-resident fee: $39                                    Instructor: Alice Estes                Instructor fee: $0   Supply fee: $5
144EE.439      Tu/W/Th 7/13-7/15       9 a.m.-noon            8-14 yrs           Location: Community Center, Room 203
                                                                                 Resident fee: $28       Non-resident fee: $35
                                                                                 128CC.420       M-Th    7/19-7/22      8:30-10:30 a.m.      7-9 yrs




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OCEANS AND SEA LIFE
Have fun learning about oceans and sea life using the Magic Tree House
"Dolphins at Daybreak” and other related literature! Students will do arts,
crafts, science projects and more to learn about the oceans and some of
the animals that live in them.
Instructor: Alice Estes                  Instructor fee: $0      Supply fee: $5
Location: Community Center, Room 203
Resident fee: $28       Non-resident fee: $35
127CC.420       M-Th    6/14-6/17        9-11 a.m.               7-9 yrs
119CC.420       M-Th    7/12-7/15        9-11 a.m.               7-9 yrs

PIRATES AHOY!
Have fun learning about famous pirates and their history using the Magic
Tree House "Pirates Past Noon" and other related literature! Students will
do arts, crafts, science and social studies projects and more to learn about
the all kinds of pirates and the history behind them.
Instructor: Alice Estes                Instructor fee: $0        Supply fee: $5
Location: Community Center, Room 203
Resident fee: $28       Non-resident fee: $35
125CC.420       M-Th    6/7-6/10       9-11 a.m.                 7-9 yrs
126CC.420       M-Th    6/21-6/24      9-11 a.m.                 7-9 yrs
                                                                                  SCIENCE/COMPUTER CAMP
                                                                                  Experience science and computers in a fun format. Each session will
Science, Math & Discovery                                                         explore scientific methods through projects and computer lab time.
ADVANCED ROBOTICS                                                                 Instructor: Recreation Staff
Build and take home the Jungle Robot. Learn how different types of gears          Location: Tumbleweed Recreation Center, Classroom A and Computer Lab
                                                                                  Resident fee: $116    Non-resident fee: $145
mesh and are driven by connecting the motor, battery and microphone
                                                                                  527TW.420 M-F         6/7-6/18       8 a.m.-noon           7-12 yrs
to a circuit board, that programs your sound activated robot. You'll build        528TW.420 M-F         6/21-7/2       8 a.m.-noon           7-12 yrs
different robots and vehicles that will be tested for speed, strength and         Resident fee: $93     Non-resident fee: $117
endurance then taken apart to be reused on another robot, not to be taken         529TW.430 M-F         7/6-7/16*      8 a.m.-noon           7-12 yrs
home.                                                                             *No camp 7/5
Instructor: Sciensational                Instructor fee: $125    Supply fee: $0
Location: Community Center, Room 203                                              SPECTACULAR SUMMER SCIENCE CAMP
Resident fee: $35         Non-resident fee: $44                                   Kids will learn many fun aspects of science through hands on experiments
151CC.420       Tu-F      7/6-7/9        8:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.    7-12 yrs
                                                                                  and activities. We’ll learn about Forensic Science, Engineering, Robots,
                                                                                  Rocket Science, Solar science, Medieval science, Geology and more. We
CSI
                                                                                  will be making solar ovens, building robots, assembling catapults, digging
Have fun learning about forensics, crime scene investigations and crime
                                                                                  up real fossils, making crystals and “solving crimes”.
lab chemistry as you perform as many as 15 different experiments.                 Instructor: Kathi Thompson             Instructor fee: $150   Supply fee: $0
Participants will search for evidence, gather clues, dust for fingerprints,       Location: Community Center, Room 116
analyze handwriting, test for blood type using simulated blood, examine           Resident fee: $42       Non-resident fee: $53
hair and clothing fibers, practice chemistry to identify mystery substances       109CC.450       Th      6/10-7/22*     1-4:30 p.m.            9-12 yrs
and much more.                                                                    *No class 7/15
Instructor: Sciensational                Instructor fee: $125    Supply fee: $0
Location: Community Center, Room 203                                              SUPER SUMMER SCIENCE CAMP
Resident fee: $35         Non-resident fee: $44                                   Learn science through hands on experiments & activities. We’ll study
152CC.420       Tu-F      7/6-7/9        12:45-4:30 p.m.         7-12 yrs         chemistry by making our own glow in the dark slime and super balls; learn
                                                                                  Geology by digging up real fossils and making crystals; learn about water
MAKE & TAKE HOME SCIENCE PROJECTS                                                 by making our own “water cubes’, “boo bubbles’ and bubbles that bounce.
Make and take home an assortment of toys designed to teach science                We’ll also learn about oceans, recycling and rocket science.
concepts in a hands-on way. Grow and take home a crystal tree. Learn              Instructor: Kathi Thompson             Instructor fee: $120   Supply fee: $0
cool chemistry and explore properties of a density tube. Make an energy           Location: Community Center, Room 116
bead bracelet. Build a working electric motor. Make bubbling blobs, silly         Resident fee: $34       Non-resident fee: $43
putty, glowing goo, green flubber, ice cream and more.                            106CC.420       M/W     6/7-7/19*      12:30-2:30 p.m.        6-9 yrs
Instructor: Sciensational                Instructor fee: $125    Supply fee: $0   *No class 7/5
Location: Community Center, Room 203
Resident fee: $35         Non-resident fee: $44
150CC.420       M-F       6/21-6/25      12:30-3:30 p.m.         6-11 yrs         Social Fun
                                                                                  CHESS CAMP – CHESS WIZARDS
MOUSE ROBOT                                                                       Let your children out of the house this summer break with Chess Wizards;
The fast Mouse Robot has 2 motors, a 3 speed gearbox and it’s yours               they will play games, make new friends and spend all day having fun.
to keep. You can take your Mouse home and make a maze for it. Learn               Chess games, lessons, puzzles, wizard says, bug house, mirror, fisher,
about gears, sensors, electronic components, circuit boards and much              take me, charades and more! Each child will receive a chessboard, trophy,
more. Learn about robot technology while building robots and other things.        Chess Wizards t-shirt, and a folder with all of the puzzles they learn at
Instructor: Sciensational                Instructor fee: $125    Supply fee: $0   camp.
Location: Community Center, Room 203                                              Instructor: Chess Wizards Staff        Instructor fee: $225   Supply fee: $0
Resident fee: $35         Non-resident fee: $44                                   Location: Tumbleweed Recreation Center, Meeting Room
149CC.420       M-F       6/21 –6/25     9 a.m.-noon             7-12 yrs         Resident fee: $63       Non-resident fee: $79
                                                                                  100TW.420 M-F           7/19-7/23      9 a.m.-3 p.m.          5-12 yrs




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                                                                                  Summer Youth Camps & Classes
SKATE, RATTLE, & ROLL SUMMER CAMP                                                  FOOTBALL DAY CAMPS
Looking for a great way to stay cool while out of school? This is the Camp         Designed for boys and girls who want to improve their strength, speed and
for you!! The camp includes arcade tokens, arts and craft activities, mov-         agility while learning basic to advanced skills in football. Recreation pro-
ies, games and lunch is provided.                                                  fessionals will help supervise campers along with the AZ football Academy
Instructor: Polar Ice staff               Instructor fee: $110   Supply fee: $0    certified coaches. Campers will be split into age appropriate groups to
Location: Polar Ice in Chandler                                                    more ensure a high learning environment.
Resident fee: $36          Non-resident fee: $45                                   Full-day Camps
106WJ.420       M-F        5/31-6/4       9 a.m.-5 p.m.          5-12 yrs          Instructor: AZ Football Academy         Instructor fee: $140   Supply fee: $0
107WJ.420       M-F        6/7-6/11       9 a.m.-5 p.m.          5-12 yrs          Location: Andersen Jr. High
108WJ.420       M-F        6/14-6/18      9 a.m.-5 p.m.          5-12 yrs          Resident fee: $39        Non-resident fee: $49
109WJ.420       M-F        6/21-6/25      9 a.m.-5 p.m.          5-12 yrs          200SJ.420      M-F       6/7-6/11       8 a.m.-5 p.m.          8-12 yrs
110WJ.420       M-F        6/28-7/2       9 a.m.-5 p.m.          5-12 yrs          201SJ.420      M-F       6/14-6/18      8 a.m.-5 p.m.          8-12 yrs
111WJ.420       M-F        7/5-7/9*       9 a.m.-5 p.m.          5-12 yrs          201SJ.420      M-F       6/21-6/25      8 a.m.-5 p.m.          8-12 yrs
112WJ.420       M-F        7/12-7/16      9 a.m.-5 p.m.          5-12 yrs          Half-day Camps
113WJ.420       M-F        7/19-7/23      9 a.m.-5 p.m.          5-12 yrs          Instructor: AZ Football Academy         Instructor fee: $70    Supply fee: $0
*No camp 7/4                                                                       Resident fee: $20        Non-resident fee: $25
                                                                                   202SJ.420      M-F       6/7-6/11       8-11:30 a.m.           8-12 yrs
Sports & Fitness                                                                   203SJ.420
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                                                                                                            6/21-6/25
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BASKETBALL CAMP
Learn the basics and fundamentals of basketball. Each camper will receive          HIP HOP/CHEERLEADING CAMP
individual attention, as well as small group instruction in order to improve       Kids will learn cheers, motions and jumps to be shown on the last day of
his/her basketball skills. Emphasis will be placed on fundamentals, dribbling,     class.
shooting, and footwork. Each camper will have the opportunity to improve           Instructor: NRG Dance Co.               Instructor fee: $28    Supply fee: $0
her skills and develop an increased enjoyment for the game of basketball.          Location: Snedigar Recreation Center, Room 504
Instructor: Gabriel Sandoval                                                       Resident fee: $8       Non-resident fee: $10
Location: Willis Jr. High, Gymnasium                                               062SN.420      M-F     6/7-6/11        9-9:45 a.m.             3-5 yrs
Resident fee: $41         Non-resident fee: $52                                    063SN.420      M-F     6/14-6/18       9-9:45 a.m.             3-5 yrs
114WJ.420       M-Th      6/7-6/10       12:30-3:30 p.m.         6-12 yrs          151SN.420      M-F     6/7-6/11        10-11 a.m.              6-10 yrs
                                                                                   152SN.420      M-F     6/14-6/18       10-11 a.m.              6-10 yrs
BASKETBALL CAMP – ADVANCED
Campers learn ball handling, triple threat, post moves, rebounding, court          SPORTBALL BASEBALL CAMP
spacing, passing, defensive keys, team offense and defense from experi-            Sportball instructors teach competence, confidence and the fundamental
enced players and coaches. All sessions consists of lectures, basketball           skills necessary to excel in Baseball. Classes are dedicated to skills de-
learning stations, games, and various basketball contests. Players are             velopment and putting it all to work in exciting skill-based games. Please
placed in groups according to age and skill level for drills & contests.           bring your own baseball glove.
Instructor: Gabriel Sandoval                                                       Instructor: Sportball Coach             Instructor fee: $68    Supply fee: $0
Location: Willis Jr. High, Gymnasium                                               Location: Snedigar Recreation Center, Room 503
Resident fee: $41         Non-resident fee: $52                                    Resident fee: $19        Non-resident fee: $24
115WJ.420       M-Th      6/21-6/24      12:30-3:30 p.m.         6-12 yrs          197SN.420      M-F       7/12-7/16      8-9:30 a.m.            5-7 yrs
                                                                                   198SN.420      M-F       7/12-7/16      9:30-11 a.m.           7-10 yrs
CGA KIDS GOLF CAMP
Geared to help beginners and intermediate players develop their skills in          SPORTBALL FLOOR HOCKEY CAMP
four aspects of the golf swing: putting, chipping, pitching and full swing.        Sportball instructors teach competence, confidence and the fundamental
We provide the clubs, balls and mats for students to use during this               skills necessary to excel in Hockey. Classes are dedicated to skills devel-
creatively fun, hands-on class where all children will fully participate. The      opment and putting it all to work in exciting skill-based games.
emphasis is placed on player development as well as personal character.            Instructor: Sportball Coach             Instructor fee: $49    Supply fee: $0
Instructor: Bill Neal                   Instructor fee: $50  Supply fee: $0        Location: Snedigar Recreation Center, Room 503
Location: Tibshraeny Park, 270 N. Cottonwood (NE corner Chandler Blvd. & Cooper)   Resident fee: $14        Non-resident fee: $18
Resident fee: $14      Non-resident fee: $18                                       193SN.420      M-F       6/21-6/25      8-9 a.m.               5-7 yrs
165CC.420        M-F   6/7-6/11         8-8:45 a.m.          7-9 yrs               194SN.420      M-F       6/21-6/25      9-10 a.m.              7-10 yrs
166CC.420        M-F   6/7-6/11         9-9:45 a.m.          10-12 yrs
167CC.420        M-F   6/14-6/18        8-8:45 a.m.          7-9 yrs
168CC.420        M-F   6/14-6/18        9-9:45 a.m.          10-12 yrs
169CC.420        M-F   6/21-6/25        8-8:45 a.m.          7-9 yrs
170CC.420        M-F   6/21-6/25        9-9:45 a.m.          10-12 yrs

FIRST KICKS SOCCER CAMP
The camp will teach the fundamental skills in a positive atmosphere. Play-
ers will develop a love of the game.
Instructor: San Tan Soccer Association Instructor fee: $37       Supply fee: $0
Location: Snedigar Sportsplex, Field #1
Resident fee: $10      Non-resident fee: $13
086SN.429      M-F     7/5-7/9          8:30-9:30 a.m.           3-5 yrs
087SN.439      M-F     7/5-7/9          6-7 p.m.                 3-5 yrs
088SN.429      M-F     7/19-7/23        6-7 p.m.                 3-5 yrs
089SN.429      M-F     7/19-7/23        8:30-9:30 a.m.           3-5 yrs
Instructor: San Tan Soccer Association Instructor fee: $57       Supply fee: $0
Resident fee: $16      Non-resident fee: $20
127SN.429      M-F     7/5-7/9          8:30-9:30 a.m.           6-12 yrs
128SN.429      M-F     7/5-7/9          6-8 p.m.                 6-12 yrs
129SN.429      M-F     7/19-7/23        8:30-9:30 a.m.           6-12 yrs
130SN.429      M-F     7/19-7/23        6-8 p.m.                 6-12 yrs




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SPORTBALL GOLF CAMP                                                                SPORTS CAMP
An introduction to the concepts and skills involved in golf. Classes are           The sports camp will offer a variety of basic sport instruction in basketball,
fun and non-competitive. We use internationally recognized methods to              volleyball, soccer and baseball. Each session will introduce a new sport,
introduce, practice and refine the gross motor skills needed to succeed in         practice the fundamentals and apply to active play. Group activities will
many sports. The program reinforces teamwork and builds confidence.                discuss health, nutrition and flexibility.
Instructor: Sportball Coach             Instructor fee: $49    Supply fee: $0      Instructor: Recreation Staff
Location: Snedigar Recreation Center, Room 503                                     Location: Tumbleweed Recreation Center, West Gymnasium
Resident fee: $14        Non-resident fee: $18                                     Resident fee: $116       Non-resident fee: $145
195SN.420      M-F       6/28-7/2       8:15-9 a.m.            2-3 yrs             524TW.420 M-F            6/7-6/18       8 a.m.-noon         7-12 yrs
196SN.420      M-F       6/28-7/2       9-10 a.m.              3-5 yrs             525TW.420 M-F            6/21-7/2       8 a.m.-noon         7-12 yrs
Location: Andersen Jr. High, Gymnasium                                             Resident fee: $93        Non-resident fee: $117
020AJ.420      M-F       6/21-6/25      4:45-5:30 p.m.         5-7 yrs             526TW.430 M-F            7/6-7/16*      8 a.m.-noon         7-12 yrs
122AJ.420      M-F       6/21-6/25      5:30-6:30 p.m.         7-10 yrs            *No camp on 7/5

SPORTBALL MULTI-SPORT CAMP
A certified Sportball instructor will help develop your child's skills in floor    Theatre
hockey, baseball, basketball, football, soccer, tennis, volleyball and golf.       PERFORMING ARTS CAMP
Sportball prepares all children for a future of confident sports participation.    The performing arts camp will offer kids the opportunity to use their imagi-
Classes are high-energy, creative and fun!                                         nation and create a play from script to set design. The camp will end with
Instructor: Sportball Coach             Instructor fee: $56    Supply fee: $0      a performance for family and friends.
Location: Snedigar Recreation Center, Room 504                                     Instructor: Recreation Staff
Resident fee: $16        Non-resident fee: $20                                     Location: Tumbleweed Recreation Center, Cotton Room North
080SN.430      Tu-F      6/1-6/4        8-9:30 a.m.            3-5 yrs             Resident fee: $116       Non-resident fee: $145
081SN.430      Tu-F      7/6-7/9        9:30-11 a.m.           5-7 yrs             530TW.420 M-F            6/7-6/18       1-5 p.m.            7-12 yrs
Instructor: Sportball Coach             Instructor fee: $68    Supply fee: $0      531TW.420 M-F            6/21-7/2       1-5 p.m.            7-12 yrs
Location: Snedigar Recreation Center, Room 503                                     Resident fee: $93        Non-resident fee: $117
Resident fee: $19        Non-resident fee: $24                                     532TW.430 M-F            7/6-7/16*      1-5 p.m.            7-12 yrs
082SN.420      M-F       7/19-7/23      8-9:30 a.m.            3-5 yrs             *No camp 7/5
083SN.420      M-F       7/19-7/23      9:30-11 a.m.           5-7 yrs

SPORTBALL SOCCER & BASEBALL CAMP                                                   Yoga
Sportball instructors teach competence, confidence and the fundamental             SUMMER SESSION WITH YOGA
skills necessary to excel in Soccer and also Baseball. Classes are dedi-           Get in touch with your imagination through yoga. This introductory class
cated to skills development and putting it all to work in exciting skill-based     will teach mind and body connection. Emphasis will be on flexibility, bal-
games. Please bring your own baseball glove. This class will be held               ance and relaxation.
outside on field multipurpose #1.                                                  Instructor: Stacy White
Instructor: Sportball Coach             Instructor fee: $49    Supply fee: $0      Location: Tumbleweed Recreation Center, Exercise Studio
Location: Snedigar Recreation Center, Multipurpose Field #1                        Resident fee: $16       Non-resident fee: $20
Resident fee: $14        Non-resident fee: $18                                     617TW.430 Tu/Th         7/13-7/22      10:15-11:15 a.m.     6-10 yrs
189SN.420      M-F       6/7-6/11       8-9 a.m.               5-7 yrs
190SN.420      M-F       6/7-6/11       9-10 a.m.              7-10 yrs

SPORTBALL VOLLEYBALL CAMP
Sportball instructors teach competence, confidence and the fundamental                                               Check out
skills necessary to excel in Volleyball. Classes are dedicated to skills
development and putting it all to work in exciting skill-based games. This                                          PRESChOOL
                                                                                                                  SuMMER CAMPS
class will be held outside on field multipurpose #1.
Instructor: Sportball Coach             Instructor fee: $49    Supply fee: $0
Location: Snedigar Recreation Center, Multipurpose Field #1
Resident fee: $14        Non-resident fee: $18
191SN.420
192SN.420
               M-F
               M-F
                         6/14-6/18
                         6/14-6/18
                                        8-9 a.m.
                                        9-10 a.m.
                                                               5-7 yrs
                                                               7-10 yrs
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                      "follow" to receive the most current news and information.
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                      ChandlerRecreation
                       Photo Galleries: To check out a variety of photos of recreation events, facilities and parks, visit Flickr
                       and search for “Chandler Recreation” (www.flickr.com/photos/chandlerrecreation), and on Picasa,
                       search for Chandler Aquatics (www.picasaweb.google.com/ChandlerAquatics).

           for more information on Chandler recreation and aquatic programs call
                    480-782-2727 or visit www.chandleraz.gov/breaktime


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                                                                                              Summer Youth Camps

   Summer 2010 Youth Camps • June 7-July 23
                                                                                 **Registration Begins May 8!**
SuMMer at Snedigar
reCreation Center
A summer of fun for youths entering grades 1-6, June 7- July 23, 2010.
Don’t let your kids be home alone or bored all summer – enroll them
in our fun and affordable youth summer camp! Qualified staff will en-
gage kids in sports, games, arts & crafts, cooking, skits, youth devel-
opment activities, science and special events. Full Day and Half Day
(a.m. or p.m.) sessions are available. Program runs Monday-Friday.
 Snedigar
                                 Week #1        Week #2         Week #3        Week #4           Week #5            Week #6      Week #7
 Recreation Center              June 7-11      June 14-18      June 21-25    June 28-July 2      July 5-9*         July 12-16   July 19-23
 4500 S. Basha Rd.
 Resident Full Day: $116                                                                        183SN.420
 Non-resident Full Day: $145    179SN.420       180SN.420       181SN.420      182SN.420       Resident: $93       184SN.420    185SN.420
 7 a.m.-6 p.m.                                                                                Non-resident: $117

 Resident Half Day: $79                                                                         190SN.420
 Non-resident Half Day: $99     186SN.420       187SN.420       188SN.420      189SN.420       Resident: $63       191SN.420    192SN.420
 7 a.m.-noon                                                                                  Non-resident: $79

 Resident Half Day: $79                                                                         197SN.420
 Non-resident Half Day: $99     193SN.420       194SN.420       195SN.420      196SN.420       Resident: $63       198SN.420    199SN.420
 1 p.m.-6 p.m.                                                                                Non-resident: $79

*No program on Monday, July 5.
For more information on Snedigar's Youth Summer Camp program please contact Ariane Stramiello at 480-782-2640 or e-mail
at ariane.stramiello@chandleraz.gov.

                                                   youth SuMMer CaMp at
                                                   tuMbleweed reCreation Center
                                                   This year Youth Summer Camp will be seven fun-filled weeks for youth ages 5-11.
                                                   With a variety of fun activities in arts and crafts, sports and discovery, Youth Summer
                                                   Camp is ready to begin!
                                                   There will be a mandatory parent meeting to introduce camp staff, complete
                                                   emergency information and answer your questions on Thursday, May 27, at
                                                   6:30 p.m. at the Tumbleweed Recreation Center in the Cotton Room South.
                                                   You can download the Youth Parent Guide in April at www.chandleraz.gov/tumbleweed
                                                   under the youth section listed under the program and classes tab.
 Tumbleweed
                                 Week #1        Week #2         Week #3        Week #4           Week #5            Week #6      Week #7
 Recreation Center              June 7-11      June 14-18      June 21-25    June 28-July 2      July 5-9*         July 12-16   July 19-23
 745 E. Germann Rd.
 Resident Full Day: $116                                                                        512TW.420
 Non-resident Full Day: $145    500TW.420       503TW.420       506TW.420      509TW.420       Resident: $93       515TW.420    518TW.420
 7 a.m.-6 p.m.                                                                                Non-resident: $117

 Resident Half Day: $79                                                                         513TW.420
 Non-resident Half Day: $99     501TW.420       504TW.420       507TW.420      510TW.420       Resident: $63       516TW.420    519TW.420
 7 a.m.-noon                                                                                  Non-resident: $79

 Resident Half Day: $79                                                                         514TW.420
 Non-resident Half Day: $99     502TW.420       505TW.420       508TW.420      511TW.420       Resident: $63       517TW.420    520TW.420
 1 p.m.-6 p.m.                                                                                Non-resident: $79

*No program on Monday, July 5.
For more information on Tumbleweed's Youth Summer Camp program please contact Abel Mendoza at 480-782-2912 or e-mail
at abel.mendoza@chandleraz.gov.




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Summer Youth Camps & Classes

 Summe r time fun start s
                          wit h t he
                                     C it y of C handle r!
Youth Summer Nature Camps
at the environmental education Center 2010
During three weeks this summer, kids between ages 7 and 13 can explore the environment through games, activities, experiments,
hikes, and crafts. Full day and half day (a.m. or p.m.) sessions are available. Program runs Monday-Friday. See more details online.
 Environmental
                                       Week #1       Week #2          Week #3
 Education Center                     June 7-11     June 14-18       June 21-25
 4050 E. Chandler Heights Rd.
 Resident Full Day: $84
 Non-resident Full Day: $105          500EE.420      503EE.420        506EE.420
 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
 Resident Half Day: $52
 Non-resident Half Day: $65           501EE.420      504EE.420        507EE.420
 8:30 a.m.-noon
 Resident Half Day: $52
 Non-resident Half Day: $65           502EE.420      505EE.420        508EE.420
 1 p.m.-4:30 p.m.

For more information on the Environmental Education Center's Summer Youth Camp program please contact Matt Dawson
at 480-782-2886 or e-mail at matthew.dawson@chandleraz.gov.


Teen Adventure Camp – June 7-July 16
Don’t spend all summer sitting on the couch in front of the TV – come check out Teen Adventure Camp at Andersen Junior High! Sign
up with a friend, meet new people, go on field trips and just have fun! Our six-week camp is for teens entering 7th, 8th or 9th grades
from June 7 to July 16. Each week has a cool theme with tons of activities including arts & crafts, team projects, sports, games, cooking
and wacky events. Register for the whole 6-week camp or for individual weeks. There is no program on Monday, July 5.

                                                   FULL DAY                       HALF DAY                      FIELD TRIPS
        ANDERSEN JR. HIGH                      7:30 a.m.- 5:30 p.m.               1-5:30 p.m.             Resident: $19 for each trip
          1255 N. Dobson Rd.                 Resident: $110 per week        Resident: $66 per week       Non-resident: $24 for each trip
                                            Non-resident: $138 per week    Non-resident: $83 per week        (No fee for campers)
                                                                                                           June	11	•	Amazing	Jake’s
    June	7-11	•	Outdoor Adventure                   215AJ.420                      221AJ.420
                                                                                                          11	a.m.	–	5	p.m.	•	227AJ.460
                                                                                                               June	18	•	Sunsplash
   June	14-18	•	Crazy Science Week                  216AJ.420                      222AJ.420
                                                                                                           9	a.m.	–	5	p.m.	•	228AJ.460
                                                                                                             June	25	•	Mall	&	Movie
     June	21-25	•	Innovate & Create                 217AJ.420                      223AJ.420
                                                                                                          11	a.m.	–	5	p.m.	•	229AJ.460
                                                                                                            July	2	•	Bowling	&	Pizza
      June	28-July	2	•	Krazy Kamp                   218AJ.420                      224AJ.420
                                                                                                          11	a.m.	–	2	p.m.	•	230AJ.460
                                                     219AJ.420                     225AJ.420
       July	6-	9*	•	World of Sports                                                                             July	9	•	Polar	Ice
                                              (Resident: $88 per week       (Resident: $54 per week
             *No camp July 5                                                                             11:30	a.m.	–	5	p.m.	•	231AJ.460
                                            Non-resident: $110 per week)   Non-resident: $68 per week)
                                                                                                               July	16	•	Wet	'n'	Wild
   July	12-16	•	End of Summer Fiesta                220AJ.420                      226AJ.420
                                                                                                           9	a.m.	–	5	p.m.	•	232AJ.460

For more information please contact Donald Smith at 480-782-2718 or e-mail at donald.smith@chandleraz.gov.


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