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Recreation Moorpark CITY SERVICES I PARKS & RECREATION I ACTIVE ADULT CENTER I MOORPARK CITY LIBRARY Winter 2018-2019 CITY NEWSLETTER & RECREATION GUIDE Basketball Leagues * Camp Moorpark * Winter Classes Breakfast with Santa * Holiday Movie Marathon
Winter 2018/2019 BREAKFASTWITH SANTA: DECEMBER 8, 2018 Holiday Movie Marathon: December 22, 2018 Skate Night: January 26, 2019 Spring 2019 Moorpark Has Talent: March 15 Easter Egg Hunt: April 20 Multicultural Arts Festival: May 18 Summer 2019 Movies in the Park: June 22, July 20, & August 17 Fireworks Extravaganza: July 3 Fall 2019 Haunted High Street: October 31 Dates Are Subject to Change. See the quarterly Recreation Guide or visit moorparkca.gov/Recreation for Details 2019 Moorpark Event Calendar
Welcome! What’s Inside: MOORPARK CITY NEWSLETTER City Directories & Information 2-3 District-Based Elections 4 Thin Blue Line Scuplture 5 Budget Update, Save on Trash 5 Short Term Rentals, Social Media 6 Working to Help You 7 MOORPARK CITY LIBRARY 8-9 ACTIVE ADULT CENTER 10-11 CITY PARK MAP & INFO 12 RECREATION GUIDE Art, Music, & Language 13 Dance 14 Fitness 15 STEM Classes 16 Sports Classes 17-20 Sports Leagues 21 Camps & Play Days 22-23 Community Events 24-27 Breakfast with Santa Holiday Movie Marathon Winter Wonderland Skate Night Moorpark Has Talent Auditions Registration Information 28 As the days grow shorter and the weather cools, I am reminded of how wonderful life is in Moorpark. This winter, things will be heating up around Moorpark with a wide array of programs and services that are sure to get you in the holiday spirit!
The Arroyo Vista Recreation Center will be the place for teens to be in December. A Teen Lip Sync Battle will be held on December 1, and teens can show off musical talents to the sounds of today’s hits and yesterday’s classics. Be sure to stop by on December 8 for Breakfast with Santa, a holiday tradition. This event will bring out the kids in all of us and might be just the boost you need to get you through the holiday season. Winter will be in full swing during the Winter Wonderland Skate Night, which will be held at Arroyo Vista Community Park on January 26. Be sure to check out this edition of the Moorpark Recreation Guide for information on these special events.
The City of Moorpark was recently named by Safewise as the 16th -safest City in California, and the safest in Ventura County. Safewise analyzes data reported to the Federal Bureau of Investigations and evaluates the data based on the number of reported violent crimes (aggravated assault, murder, rape, and robbery) in each city. We should all be proud of that! But, nonetheless, be sure to be safe at home and while out shopping this holiday season. Remember to lock your vehicles, both at home and in parking lots. Remove your valuables from your vehicle so they won’t be tempting to a crook. Be extra cautious if you carry a purse - never leave your purse unattended in a shopping cart, and never turn away from it while shopping.
Remember that shopping locally helps lessen the time you’ll have to spend driving around with gifts for friends and your family. Fewer trips means less stress, less fuel, lower emissions, and more time for you focus on other activities. Shopping locally is also good for our businesses, good for the environment, and good for your peace of mind. There are lots of businesses in Moorpark where friends and neighbors eagerly await the chance to serve you. After the season is over, for those of you that may have holiday tress to dispose of, Christmas tree recycling begins the day after Christmas and continues for two weeks. Be sure to remove all tinsel, stands, garland, and ornaments, and simply place the tree beside your gray recycling cart. And, just in time to spruce your garden up around your home, the City will host a Free Mulch Day where residents may help themselves to mulch generated from City park trimmings. Residents may help themselves to bagging and carrying mulch away from stockpiles located in the gated parking behind the Moorpark City Library (699 Moorpark Avenue) on January 12, from 9:00 a.m. to noon. Winter is quickly becoming one of my favorite seasons of the year. Be it for the holiday spirit, our temperate climate (which is second to none), or the many fun activities the City is preparing for residents, there are always reminders to let us know Life Can Be this Good in Moorpark.
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA Arroyo Vista Recreation Center BASKETBALL LEAGUES Arroyo Vista Recreation Center LET’S BAKE WORKSHOPS Arroyo Vista Recreation Center WINTER CAMP MOORPARK Arroyo Vista Recreation Center RUNNING CLUB Arroyo Vista Community Park PAGE 25 PAGE 21 PAGE 19 PAGE 23 PAGE 13 City Manager Troy Brown Winter Events & Activities
City Department Directory For questions or information regarding City services, contact the City departments directly or call the City’s central switchboard at (805) 517-6200. Mayor & City Council Voicemail . ( 805) 517-6222 City Manager’s Office . ( 805) 517-6221 Troy Brown, City Manager Administration of City Council decisions and policies, as well as the City’s contracts with the Sheriff’s Department and the City Attorney. Also manages and directs the activities of the five City departments.
Administrative Services Department . ( 805) 517-6280 Deborah Traffenstedt, Assistant City Manager Elections, City public records, and statutory City Clerk functions, bid coordination, risk management, public information, communications, emergency management, human resources, information systems, solid waste and recycling, and economic development. Community Development Department (805) 517-6233 David Bobardt, Community Development Director Zoning, building permits, building and safety, land use and General Plan administration, code compliance, vendor/solicitor permits, film permits, and business registrations. Engineering/Public Works Department (805) 517-6256 Sean Corrigan, Public Works Director Street maintenance, storm drain maintenance, storm water quality, street lighting, traffic signals, street sweeping, graffiti abatement along public rights-of-way, public transit programs, street-related capital improvement projects, parking citation administration, City crossing guards, fleet maintenance, and City and development engineering services. Finance Department . ( 805) 517-6229 Ron Ahlers, Finance Director Financial and central support services for the City, including revenue collection, treasury, purchasing, accounts payable, payroll, and assessment district administration. Parks and Recreation Department . ( 805) 517-6227 Jeremy Laurentowski, Parks and Recreation Director Parks, Recreation, Active Adult Center, Moorpark City Library, housing programs, sustainability, trees and landscape, City facilities, public art, animal/vector control, and High Street Arts Center contract.
Police Services . ( 805) 532-2700 Captain John Reilly Police services within the City including patrol, traffic, investigative and preventive servicessuch as theSchool ResourceOfficer,CrimePrevention, and Volunteers in Policing. CITY OF MOORPARK 2 MOORPARK MAGAZINE EDITORIAL STAFF Moorpark Recycles! The brochure is printed on 30 percent, by fiber weight, postconsumer fiber. Moorpark Magazine Editor and PIO: Brian Chong Recreation Guide Editor: Stephanie Anderson DISCLAIMER: ADVERTISING CONTAINED HEREIN DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN ENDORSEMENT BY THE CITY OR ITS OFFI- CIALS. PHOTOGRAPHY TAKEN BY CITY AT CITY EVENTS AND ON CITY PROPERTY BECOMES THE PROPERTY OF THE CITY AND MAY BE USED FOR CITY PUBLICATIONS WITHOUT RELEASE. CITY OFFICIALS AND PUBLIC MEETINGS City Council Janice S. Parvin, Mayor Roseann Mikos, Ph.D., Councilmember David Pollock, Councilmember Ken Simons, Councilmember Mark Van Dam, Councilmember Email the entire City Council at email@example.com Meetings held the first and third Wednesdays of every month at 6:30 p.m. Replayed on Moorpark TV (*MPTV) on the following Thursday at 6:30 p.m., non-meeting Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m., and every Saturday at 2:00 p.m.
Arts Commission Meetings held quarterly on the third Tuesday of the second month of the calendar quarter. (February, May, August, November) Library Board Meetings held the second Tuesday of the month at 6:00 p.m. Parks & Recreation Commission Meetings held the first Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. Planning Commission Meetings held the fourth Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. Replayedon*MPTVthefollowingTuesdayat7:00p.m. Above meetings are held in the Apricot Room at City Hall and can be viewed at the City’s website - www. moorparkca.gov *MPTV is available to customers subscribing to Spectrum Cable (Channel 10, 95 or 99) or AT&T U-Verse (Channel 99). Teen Council Meeting held the first Wednesday of the month at 5:00 p.m. Meetings are held at the Arroyo Vista Recreation Center during the months of September to May.
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Get Social and Follow Us on Social Media: MOORPARK FACILITY DIRECTORY Moorpark Civic Center 799 Moorpark Avenue City Hall (805) 517-6200 Fax (805) 532-2205 firstname.lastname@example.org Monday - Friday, 8:00AM - 5:00PM Arroyo Vista Recreation Center 4550 Tierra Rejada Road (805) 517-6300 • Fax (805) 532-2551 email@example.com Monday - Friday, 8:30AM - 6:00PM Active Adult Center 799 Moorpark Avenue (805) 517-6261 • fax (805) 532-2479 Monday - Friday, 8:00AM - 4:00PM Moorpark City Library 699 Moorpark Avenue (805) 517-6370 Monday - Thursday, 10:00AM - 8:00PM Friday & Saturday, 10:00AM - 5:00PM Sunday, 1:00PM - 5:00PM www.moorparklibrary.org Moorpark Police Services Center 610 Spring Road • (805) 532-2700 Monday - Friday, 8:00AM - 5:00PM Moorpark Public Services Facility* 627 Fitch Avenue • (805) 517-6362 *Open by appointment only High Street Arts Center 45 High Street Box Office (805) 529-8700 www.highstreetartscenter.com Ruben Castro Human Services Center 612 Spring Road • (805) 517-6227 WWW.MOORPARKCA.GOV 3 MOORPARK CITY TRANSIT CONVENIENT SERVICE Two routes to serve you! Hours: 6:15 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday (No service on New Years Day, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day) LOW FARES $1.00 general public Free for seniors, disabled, & children under 5 Free for passengers with college ID* Destinations include Moorpark City Hall and Library, Moorpark College, many Moorpark schools, shopping centers, & more. *Begins 8/1/2018. Applies to valid student ID for Moorpark College, Cal State Channel Islands, Oxnard College, Ventura College, and Cal Lutheran University. DIAL-A-RIDE SERVICES SENIOR DIAL-A-RIDE TRANSPORTATION Moorpark residents aged 65+ qualify for origin to destination transportation within Moorpark as well as travel to Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Oak Park, Westlake Village, Simi Valley, and Agoura Hills. There is a one page application required and available online at www.moorparkca.gov/DAR or at City Hall. ADA DIAL-A-RIDE TRANSPORTATION Moorpark residents with a valid ADA card can use origin to destination transportation within Moorpark as well as Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Oak Park, Westlake Village, Simi Valley, and Agoura Hills. Interested in obtaining an ADA card? Call (805) 517-6257 or visit www.moorparkca.gov/paratransit. DIAL-A-ROUTE INFORMATION Interested in how to get from Moorpark to a destination in Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, or elsewhere in Ventura County? Call Dial-A-Route at (800) 438-1112 for travel information. Operators will provide you with trip-specific information, as well as transit operator information.
For More Information: (805) 517-6257 or firstname.lastname@example.org Where’s the City Bus? Find the bus at nextbus.com/moorpark @CityofMoorpark @MoorparkCityLib, @MoorparkSheriff @MoorparkCityLibrary @MoorparkRec Winter Calendar NOVEMBER 2018 VETERANS DAY OBSERVANCE 11/11/18 10:00 a.m. at the Veterans Memorial FALL CAMP MOORPARK 11/19-21/18 Arroyo Vista Recreation Center DECEMBER 2018 COOKING OIL DROP-OFF 12/1/18 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at Moorpark Public Services Facility TEEN LIP SYNC BATTLE 12/1/18 6:00 p.m. at Arroyo Vista Rec Center BREAKFAST WITH SANTA 12/8/18 Arroyo Vista Recreation Center HOLIDAY MOVIE MARATHON 12/22/18 High Street Arts Center JANUARY 2019 FREE MULCH DAY 1/12/19 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. behind Library FREE E-WASTE/SHREDDING 1/26/19 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. at Moorpark Public Services Facility SKATE NIGHT 1/26/19 4:00-7:00 p.m. at Arroyo Vista Community Park FEBRUARY 2019 MOORPARK HAS TALENT AUDITIONS 2/2/19 & 2/7/19 Arroyo Vista Recreation Center /City of Moorpark Government /Moorpark Recreation /Moorpark City Library
CITY OF MOORPARK 4 GET INVOLVED: DISTRICT-BASED ELECTIONS Up to and including the November 2018 election, the citizens of Moorpark elected its Mayor and four City Councilmembers through an at-large election system. Candidates for the Mayor and City Council could reside anywhere within the City limits, and the candidates with the most votes across the City won the election. If two City Council seats were open, then the top two vote-getters would be elected to the City Council. In August, the City received a letter alleging that the City’s at-large election system was racially polarized, resulting in minority vote dilution in violation of the California Voting Rights Act, and threatened the City with litigation if the City did not switch to a district-based election system. Moorpark is one of five cities in Ventura County to receive this threat of litigation. Under a district-based system, the City would be broken into districts, with each district electing to the City Council an individual residing within its boundaries. Voters in each district then choose their City Council representative, who must also live in that district. The Mayor would continue to be elected through an at-large election system, pursuant to Measure D, approved by Moorpark voters in 1988 to establish a directly-elected term of office for the Mayor. On October 11, 2018, the City Council voted to begin the process of transitioning the City to a district-based election system for Councilmember elections.
From November 2018 to March 2019, the City will conduct a series of public meetings to generate district maps for the City for municipal elections, starting in 2020. Please visit and bookmark www.moorparkca. gov/Districts for continuously updated information about upcoming meetings and how to voice your opinion about how districts should be drawn. City facilities will be closed for holidays on November 12, November 22 and 23, December 24 and 25, December 31, January 1, and January 21
WWW.MOORPARKCA.GOV 5 THIN BLUE LINE SCULPTURE HONORS MOORPARK PD The City of Moorpark recently paid tribute to the Moorpark Police Department with its latest public art display, a statue titled “Thin Blue Line”. The statue is located in front of the Moorpark Police Services Center, at the corner of Spring Road and Flinn Avenue, and features a fifteen-foot tall abstract figure of a police officer made of mirror polished stainless steel and bisected by a thin blue line. At night, the blue line is illuminated by LED lighting. The sculpture was conceived of and constructed by artist Heath Satow. The piece takes its title from the Thin Blue Line concept that is used in the law enforcement community to both commemorate fallen law enforcement officers, and to represent the relationship of law enforcement in the community as the protectors of civilians from criminal elements.
City public art projects are funded entirely through an Art In Public Places Fund where fees paid by developers specifically for public art are deposited, maintained and used solely for the City’s Art In Public Places program. Register online at www.VCAlert.org or Text VCALERT to 313131 from a cell phone Need more info? Call (805) 648-9283 BUDGET UPDATE: GENERAL FUND REVENUES The City’s FY 2018/2019 General Fund budgeted revenues total $18.9 million. Property taxes, vehicle license fees, and sales raxes make up the largest portion of general fund revenue at $3.7 million, $3.7 million, and $4.1 million, respectively. Together, these revenues account for 61% of general fund revenue with sales taxes being the most volatile in the revenue portfolio. Property tax growth has been strong and has exceeded pre- Great Recession levels. The City expects steady growth in revenues for this current year and next, projecting a 2% increase in property taxes from fiscal year 2017/2018, an amount which is capped by Proposition 13. For every dollar paid of property taxes, the City receives 9.1 cents. For every dollar of sales, the City receives one cent. For reference, the City’s contract with the County Sheriff consumes all the property tax revenue and most of the sales tax revenue.
SENIORS SAVE ON TRASH BILLS Are you a Moorpark resident age 62 or over? You qualify for a senior rate discount on your solid waste and recycling services! You can select a senior rate with any of our service options: regular full service, 32 gallon service, or Limited (no yard trimmings) service. To register for a seniordiscount,pleasecontactWaste Management’s Customer Service line at (805) 522-9400.
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide CITY OF MOORPARK 6 FREE HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DROP-OFF Moorpark residents may drop off household hazardous waste in Camarillo and Simi Valley: Camarillo Second Fri & Sat of every month Appointments: (805) 987-0717 Simi Valley Third Saturdays in Jan-Mar-May-Jul-Sep-Nov Appointments: (805) 583-6321 www.moorparkca.gov/hhw CITY PROHIBITS SHORT-TERM RENTALS Many of us have used services such as AirBnB or VRBO for lodging when travelling. Known technically as Residential Short-Term Rental Units (or STRs for short), they are residences used for lodging arrangements such as vacation rentals, homestays, or room rentals, secured for periods of thirty days or less. The proliferation of online marketplaces used to arrange short-term rentals, such as Airbnb, Homeaway, and VRBO, have made it easy for homeowners to enter the short-term rental market, by renting their entire single family homes or individual rooms on a short-term basis, and sometimes being used for one-day events or parties.
Unregulated, STRs can result in neighborhood impacts as well as the need for additional City services, including police, fire, and code enforcement. As with most land use regulations, STRs must be addressed within the context of local community standards and are not appropriate in all communities. STRs can weaken neighborhood bonds by introducing a transient population with an absentee landlord, and by disrupting neighborhoods when parking and noise recur during short-term rentals for events. After careful consideration, in October, the Moorpark City Council adopted an ordinance prohibiting STRs in the City due to their potential to disrupt neighborhoods.
You can still rent your home or a room in your home for more than 30 days at a time. If you are renting a room for a semester to a college student, or doing a “house swap” while you are away on vacation, you are not an STR. Boarding Houses, Residential Care Facilities, and Group Homes are regulated differently and are similarly not affected by this ordinance. Enforcement of this ordinance will be complaint driven. If you notice nuisances and impacts from an STR, such as loud parties and parking issues, please call the City’s Compliance Division at (805) 517-6232. FOLLOW THE CITY OF MOORPARK ON FACEBOOK, TWITTER, AND LINKED IN After many years of being exclusively on Twitter, Moorpark City Hall has launched its own Facebook page as City of Moorpark Government. Please like and follow us at facebook.com/CityofMoorpark to get the latest and greatest information on great City events, City news, and ways to get involved with your City government. But, don’t worry if you already follow us on Twitter. We still still be putting out information on our Twitter feed at twitter.com/CityofMoorpark just as we always have! If you are looking for job opportunities at Moorpark City Hall, you will also want want to follow us at linkedin.com/company/city-of-moorpark/.
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide WWW.MOORPARKCA.GOV 7 WORKING TO HELP YOU! EMPLOYEE PROFILE - RICARDO HERNANDEZ JOB TITLE: Maintenance Worker III JOINED THE CITY: April 2006 RESPONSIBILITIES: I am responsible for making sure all of our parks are safe and always in great shape. I am at the parks five days a week checking everything- playground equipment, landscaping, and restrooms. In fact, we make sure every restroom at every park is clean and stocked every day. My team and I also get opportunities to maintain and improve parks. Whether it’s new landscaping, new play equipment, or even installing the City’s dog park, we do it all. I am passionate about keeping the parks safe, clean, and presentable to the residents of Moorpark. BEST PART OF THE JOB: I like to see people enjoying the parks, especially at the City’s annual 3rd of July event. We spend at least a month preparing Arroyo Vista Community Park for the event, and it all pays off when I’m there and see the joy in thousands of people’s faces. It always feels good when people come up to me and say “thank you” or say “the parks are looking great, you guys are doing a great job!” RECENT PROJECTS: We recently completed replenishing wood mulch at 5 of the City’s 19 parks, to keep them looking nice, keep the weeds down, and to reduce water use in our landscaping. Also, we just finished the preparation, setup, and cleanup for the City’s fall special events, including Moorpark Country Days, the Moorpark Mammoth Run, and Haunted High Street.
You’ll soon see Ricardo and his team working on improvements at Country Trail Park. If you see him, please stop by and say hello and thank you! Saturday, January 26 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Accepted E-Waste Items: • Fluorescent Light Bulbs and Tubes • Batteries (A, AA, AAA, C, D, 9V) • Televisions • Answering Machines • VCRs • Computers • Telephones • Radios • Monitors • DVD Players • Tablets • Cell Phones • Fax Machines • Printers • Video Game Systems We shred your paper on trucks right in front of you. Up to six file boxes or twelve grocery bags of paper for free! Presented by the City of Moorpark Free E-Waste Collection • Free Paper Shredding Moorpark Public Services Facility 627 Fitch Avenue • (805) 517-6294 • City of Moorpark Residents and Businesses Only • No Appointment Needed • Paper Shredding
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide MOORPARK CITY LIBRARY 8 LIBRARY READING IS "SNOW" THE MOORPARK 3D Printing for Grades 2-5 Saturdays from 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. December 15: snowflake or ornament January 19: icicles February 16: hearts Little Bilingual Readers Storytime Tuesdays, 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. Children & Families Family Storytime Wednesdays, 10:30 - 11:15am Reading Buddies Tuesdays from 4 – 5 p.m. Volunteers will listen to children read aloud for 20-30 minutes. Children increase their fluency, comprehension and confidence as practice makes progress. Then all children play a fun and educational game together with the volunteers.
Artistic Monoprints Thursdays, December 27 and repeated January 3 from 2:30 – 4 p.m. in the Community Center. Art teacher Ms. Sylvia will demonstrate the woodblock process as children create their own prints. Group is limited to 10 children in grades 2-5. Please sign- up for one of the classes in advance to reserve your spot. Teen Advisory Group After Hours! Second Friday of each month from 5 – 6:30 p.m. A fun way to earn community service hours, meet new friends, and make a difference in the library and community. For more information, please contact email@example.com Creation Station at 4 p.m. December 11: Holiday Wood Art January 8: Knitted “Texting” Gloves February 12: DIY Dreamcatchers Teen Book Club First Monday of each month at 4:30 p.m.
Copies of the book are available at the circulation desk. Wii U Wednesday Wednesdays from 4 – 6 p.m. Show off your Wii U skills during our fun and friendly competitions. Teen Events Squishy Circuits Thursday, January 24 at 4 p.m. Learn how you can use conductive and insulating dough, a power source, and conductive wires to create sculptures that light up or make noises. LED Valentine’s Day Cards Thursday, February 14 at 4 p.m. Learn how to use LED lights and conductive tape to make a cute Valentine’s Day card for that someone “special” in your life. Holiday PJ Party Thursday, December 13 from 5:30 - 7 p.m.
We invite you to come and enjoy the spirit of the season with us! Enjoy hot chocolate and cookies while you play holiday games, listen to holiday-themed stories, and snap a photo with a festive surprise guest! The Download Saturday, December 15, January 19 & February 20 at 10:30 a.m. This once-a-month group is dedicated to teaching patrons about useful resources in the online world. Each month will focus on a different resource that is available to the public. No devices are necessary. Reading Rocks! Paint Party Saturday, January 5 & February 2 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Come rock out at our very first Rock Painting Party, and help create 200 new rocks to share and hide around the neighborhood. Paint and other art materials will be provided, please bring rocks to paint. #paintedrocksofmoorpark #readingrocks! 699 Moorpark Ave. Moorpark, CA 93021 Mon-Thurs: Fri & Sat: Sunday: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Preschool Learning Time Last Wednesday of the month, 10:30 -11:15 a.m.
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide MOORPARK CITY LIBRARY 9 LIBRARY Read It and Eat It Tuesday, January 15 & February 19 at 6:30 p.m. NEW monthly book club for foodies who love to read cookbooks AND cook. Come discuss different food- themed books and feel free to bring a prepared dish from the chosen theme to share while we meet! January: Crockpots and Slow Cookers February: Chocolate and Candy Making Crafty Adults at 2 p.m. Space is limited to 20 adults so please call to reserve your spot! December 6: Holiday Ornaments January 10: Vision Boards February 7: Scrapbooking Book Club for Adults at 6:30 p.m. December 10: Lincoln in the Bardo by George Saunders January 14: Lost Horizons by James Hilton February 11: Mossad by Michael Bar-Zohar It’s a Wrap! Gift Wrapping Basics and Beyond Saturday, December 15 at 11 a.m. Learn the basics of gift wrapping and create some amazing gift bags, gift card holders, and more! Bring any gifts that you need to wrap and we will show you how! Registration required Save Organize Share Saturday, January 26 at 11 a.m. Learn how to store, print and protect your family photos for generations! Kathy Storie will help you understand the intricacies of cloud storage and digital archives.
Adult Events Moorpark Writes Tuesday, January 29 & February 26 at 6:30 p.m. Discover how to write to the best of your ability, to edit your work to near-perfection, get published, and then repeat the process over and over again! Each month will feature a special guest speaker beginning with national bestselling author, David Putnam on January 29. Build Your Own Cat Castle Saturday, February 9 at 11 a.m. Construct a cardboard castle for your favorite feline or other small pet using recycled materials. We'll have supplies to share, but feel free to bring your own to make it extra special.
Teen Volunteer Training Grades 7-12 Second Saturday of the month at 2 p.m. & Last Tuesday of the month at 4 p.m. Please double check the calendar for specific dates. Pick up a teen volunteer application at the circulation desk, fill it out, and bring it to one of the trainings to start volunteering at the library. 3D Printing Thursdays Third Thursday of the month at 4 p.m. Learn the basics of 3D printing and how to design 3D models using free online software. Bring your own laptop or use one of ours. Designs made during the program will be printed during the course of the week. (805) 517-6370 moorparklibrary.org Follow us online: MUCH FUN AT CITY LIBRARY! Seed Swap Saturday, January 26 at 1 p.m. Bring your old seeds, unwanted varieties, self-saved seeds, out of date packages, partially used packages and swap them for free with seeds from others!
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide NUTRITION PROGRAM The Senior Nutrition Program is partially funded by Older American Act funds granted by the Ventura County Area Agency on Aging. Meals are served Monday through Friday (except holidays) at 11:45 a.m. Suggested donation of $3.00 for those age 60 and over and $6.50 fee for those under the age of 60. Home delivered meals are available to eligible homebound seniors over the age of 60. For more information or to make a reservation for lunch, call 805- 517-6261. Moorpark Active Adult Center 799 Moorpark Avenue, Moorpark Classes, events, and programs at the Active Adult Center (AAC) focus on social, educational, and recreational activities for adults age 55 and up. Most programs are free of charge; however, a nominal fee is charged for some classes in accordance with the cost recovery policy approved by the Moorpark City Council. Special programs are scheduled every month. Call or visit our center to learn more about available programs. Call 805.517.6261 Moorpark Active Adult Center Center Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday Volunteers Needed & Appreciated! Multiple opportunities available. ACTIVE ADULT CENTER 10 ACTIVE ADULTS SPECIAL PROGRAMS AARP DRIVER SAFETY – REFRESHER COURSE The Active Adult Refresh you driv- ing skills and learn how to man- age age-related physical changes that can affect your driving in this 4-hour driver safety refresher course. Designed for those who have already taken an AARP driv- er safety class in the past. Pre- registration is required. Call (805) 517-6261 for more information. Date: Tuesday, September 25th Time: 12:00 p.m.
Cost: $15 for AARP members and $20 for non-members. Checks (made payable to AARP) or money order can be mailed or dropped off at the Moor- park Active Adult Center GOURD ART CLASS Join us for a new 8-week Gourd Art class session, beginning February 5th. This class covers how to clean the gourd in prepara- tion for decorating it, using dyes, paints, wood burning and other embellishment techniques. Class materials fee is $40 for the eight-week session, and is payable be- fore or at the first class. Gourds, dyes and equipment provided. Beginners and walk- ins welcome.
Date: Tuesdays Time: 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide WINTER SPECIAL EVENTS ACTIVE ADULT CENTER 11 ACTIVE ADULTS DECEMBER BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON & HOLIDAY SHOWCASE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 11:45 AM JANUARY BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30, 11:45 A.M. FEBRUARY BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 11:45 A.M. PRE-VALENTINE’S DAY LUNCHEON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 11:45 A.M. CONTAINER GARDENING CLASS 3RD THURSDAY, 10:00 A.M. 8-WEEK GOURD ART SESSION TUESDAYS, 9:00 A.M., STARTING FEBRUARY 5th ARTS & CRAFTS Art Workshop 2nd & 4th Wednesdays 9:00 AM Container Gardening 3rd Thursdays Reg. Req. Gourd Art Tuesdays Reg. Req.
Knitting & Crochet Mondays 9:00 AM CARDS AND GAMES Bingo Thursdays 1:00 PM Canasta Wednesdays 1:00 PM Duplicate Bridge Mondays 11:45 AM Mah Jongg Thursdays 9:30 AM Pinochle Tuesdays 12:45 PM Poker Wednesdays 12:45 PM Social Bridge Mondays 1:00 PM COMPUTERS Intro. to Computers Mondays 10:00 AM Navigating the Internet Fridays 9:30 AM GROUPS AND CLUBS Guitar Lessons Fridays 10:00 AM Movies Fridays 12:45 PM Recorders Wednesdays 9:30 AM Writing for Fun Thursdays 10:00 AM HEALTH AND FITNESS Bocce Ball 2nd & 4th Friday 8:00 AM Golf Tuesdays 9:00 AM Line Dance (Beginning) Mondays 9:00 AM Line Dance Thursdays & Fridays 9:30 AM Meditation Mondays 8:00 AM Pickle Ball TBD TBD Reiki Healing Fridays 10:00 AM Senior Fitness Thursdays 12:30 PM Strength Training Mon/Tue/Wed/Fri 11:00 AM Table Tennis Mon/Tue/Wed/Fri See Calendar Tap Dance Tuesdays & Thursdays See Calendar Tai Chi Tuesdays & Thursdays 8:45 AM Walking/Hiking Club 2nd & 4th Wednesdays See Calendar Yoga Thursdays and Fridays 8:15 AM SOCIAL SERVICES Financial Review 4th Tuesday By appt. Grey Law 1st Tuesday By appt. Home Energy Assistance Program 2nd Tuesday By appt.
Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program 2nd Wednesday By appt. Tax Assistance 1st/2nd /3rd Wednesday By appt. Toe Nail Cutting Clinic 3rd Tuesday By appt.
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide 1 2 3 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 City Park Reservations Many City parks are available to host your parties and events! Park amenities are available on a first-come, first- served, basis unless reserved. A rental permit is required for: • Groups of 25 or more at Arroyo Vista Park; 15 or more at other parks. • Fee-based or recurring activities. • Attractions and performers • Equipment such as soccer goals, canopies, and pitching machines • Amplified sound • Commercial filming For information on park sites and reservations, contact the Arroyo Vista Recreation Center at (805) 517-6300.
DOWNTOWN / NORTHERN AREA PARKS 1. Mammoth Highlands: 7000 Elk Run Loop Picnic pavilion, BBQs, playground, basketball court, tennis court, restrooms. 2. Magnolia Park: 296 Charles Street Picnic tables, BBQs, playground. 3. Walnut Acres Park: 161 2nd Street Picnic tables, playground. 4. Community Center Park & Civic Center: 799 Moorpark Avenue Meeting rooms, picnic tables, BBQs, playground. 5. Poindexter Park: 500 Poindexter Avenue Picnic pavilion, BBQs, playground, ball fields, horse shoe pits, basketball court, skate park, restrooms. 6. Villa Campesina Park: Liberty Bell & James Weak Multi-purpose field, BBQs, basketball court. 7. Moorpark Veterans Memorial: 608 Spring Road Memorial park PEACH HILL / SOUTHERN AREA PARKS 13. Peach Hill Park: 13200 Peach Hill Road Picnic pavilion, BBQs, playground, ball field, basketball court, restrooms. 14. Monte Vista Nature Park: 4201 Spring Rd. Picnic tables, trails.
15. Miller Park: 4530 Miller Parkway Picnic pavilion, BBQs, playground, athletic fields, ball fields, basketball court, tennis courts, trail, restrooms. 4 MOUNTAIN MEADOWS / WESTERN AREA PARKS 8. Glenwood Park: 11800 Harvester Picnic pavilion, BBQs, playground, basketball courts, volleyball court, restrooms. 9. Arroyo Vista Community Park & Recreation Center: 4550 Tierra Rejada Road Meeting rooms, restrooms, picnic pavilion, BBQs, playground, ball fields, athletic fields, multipurpose court, football field, tennis courts, walking trail, gym. 10. Country Trail Park: 12301 Mountain Trail Picnic tables, BBQs, playground. 11. Tierra Rejada Park: 11900 Mountain Trail Street Picnic pavilion, BBQs, playground, basketball court, tennis courts, pickleball courts, bocce ball, bike repair station, restrooms.
12. Mountain Meadows Park: 4350 Mountain Meadow Picnic pavilion, BBQs, playground, basketball courts, ball fields, restrooms. CAMPUS PARK / EASTERN AREA PARKS 16. Virginia Colony Park: 14507 Condor Drive Picnic tables, BBQs, playground. 17. Campus Park: 6400 Harvard Street Picnic pavilion, BBQs, playground, basketball court, restrooms. 18. College View Park: 15400 Campus Park Drive Picnic pavilion, BBQs, playground, basketball court, restrooms, dog park. 19. Campus Canyon Park: 6970 Campus Canyon Drive Picnic pavilion, BBQs, playground, basketball court, ball fields, restrooms.
ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 12 CITY PARKS
Arroyo Vista Recreation Center 4550 Tierra Rejada Road, Moorpark CA 93021 Phone: (805) 517-6300 * Fax: (805) 532-2551 web: MoorparkCa.gov email: avrc@MoorparkCa.gov Mailing Address: Recreation Division, 799 Moorpark Avenue Moorpark CA 93021 Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday - Friday ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 13 Jeremy Laurentowski, Parks & Recreation Director Stephanie Anderson, Recreation Services Manager Michael Ramirez, Recreation Supervisor Victoria Peterson, Recreation Leader IV Jeannine Lugo, Recreation Assistant I Recreation Division Staff: You can sign up from home! Register online at www.moorparkca.gov/recreg Having problems signing-up online? Call us at (805) 517-6300 to register by phone! ART, MUSIC, & LANGUAGE Recreation Program Accommodations: Reasonable accommodations will be provided to participants on a case-by-case basis. If you need a special accommodation, please notify Recreation Division staff at least two weeks prior to your program start date.
Recreation Guide LET’S BAKE WORKSHOPS! Ages 6-12 Learn how to read recipes, measure, mix, and bake in this fun class! We will make baked goods and desserts with different recipes at each session that you can take home and share with friends and family! Utensils and equipment are provided. Instructor: AVRC Recreation Leaders Location: AVRC, Kitchen HOLIDAY FAVORITES CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312500-01 12/7 1 F 6:00-8:30 p.m. $25 WINTER CONFECTIONS CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312500-02 1/11 1 F 6:00-8:30 p.m. $25 VALENTINE TREATS CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312500-03 2/1 1 F 6:00-8:30 p.m. $25 SPANISH FOR KIDS Ages 4-12 Hola! It’s never too early to educate your children about another culture by learning the language. Your child will learn the basics of this amazing language through fun, hands-on activities, work- sheets, songs, stories, projects, and games. No class 2/14. Instructor: Mary Gutierrez Location: AVRC, Magnolia Room CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 311301-01 1/3-1/24 4 Th 4:00-5:00 p.m. $30 311301-02 1/31-2/28 4 Th 4:00-5:00 p.m. $30 INTRO TO GUITAR, UKULELE OR MANDOLIN Ages 12+ Students who have limited or no experience will learn to play simple melodies and chords, and will be able to play and ac- company themselves on popular songs by the course end. Bring your instrument to class. Materials fees payable to instructor on the first day of class: Guitar $22; Ukulele $18; or Mandolin $12. No class 2/14.
Instructor: James Swing Location: AVRC, Magnolia Room CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312240-01 1/3-1/24 4 Th 6:30-7:30 p.m. $49 312240-02 1/31-2/28 4 Th 6:30-7:30 p.m. $49 MS. HESTER’S ART Ages 5-10 Join this fun class where we will learn about artists and create our own masterpieces using water paints, oil pastels, and much more! Materials fees payable to the instructor on the first day of class: December $9; January $12; February $12. Wear clothing that you don’t mind getting messy! Instructor: Hester Schneekloth Location: AVRC, Jacaranda Room CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312803-01 12/6-12/20 3 Th 3:30-4:30 p.m. $45 312803-02 1/10-1/31 4 Th 3:30-4:30 p.m. $60 312803-03 2/7-2/28 4 Th 3:30-4:30 p.m. $60
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 14 DANCE ALIAS DANCE PROGRAM Ages 4-18 In this class, internationally renowned choreographer, and found- er of the Alias Dance Company, Byron Bucao will share his creative and unique dance style and techniques with students of all ex- perience levels! Students will build their self-confidence, creativ- ity, overall range of movements, and teamwork as they work together to learn choreographed dance pieces, leading up to their very own dance showcase performance in front of their friends, family, and the local community! A $20 fee for custom team shirt is payable to instructor at first class.
Instructor: Byron Bucao Location: AVRC, Jacaranda Room MOORPARK MINI’S Ages 4-9 CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312118-01 1/8-2/26 8 Tu 4:15-5:15 p.m. $60 INCOGNITO Ages 10-18 CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312118-02 1/8-2/26 8 Tu 5:30-6:30 p.m. $60 BALLET & TAP Ages 4-5 Students who have taken beginning Ballet and/or Tap or a similar class will expand their abilities in classical ballet, including ballet vocabulary, foot and leg work, and technique. Students will also practice tap fundamentals, including dancing together as a group. Students will increase coordination, gracefulness, and flexibility in a structured, yet fun, environment. Ballet and tap shoes recom- mended.
Instructor: Linda Stevens Location: AVRC, Jacaranda Room CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312110-01 1/9-2/27 8 W 4:00-4:40 p.m. $68 BEGINNING BALLET Ages 3-4 Little dancers are joyfully introduced to the fundamentals of ballet in this class. Students will learn basic ballet positions and move- ments while developing coordination and flexibility. Ballet shoes are recommended. Parents may stay for the first 10 minutes of the first class and are invited to attend the final class performance. Instructor: Linda Stevens Location: AVRC, Jacaranda Room CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312100-02 1/9-2/27 8 W 4:45-5:15 p.m. $56 MUSIC & MOVEMENT Ages 18 months-3 years This class is geared to the earliest beginner, incorporating music, basic dance movements, and dance technique. Little ones will im- prove flexibility, balance, and coordination in a fun and nurturing environment. Parents are welcome to participate with their child. Instructor: Linda Stevens Location: AVRC, Jacaranda Room MOMMY/DADDY & ME Ages 18-30 months Parents participation is required. CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312115-01 1/9-2/27 8 W 5:30-6:00 p.m. $56 TINY TOTS Ages 2-3 years Parents are welcome to participate with their child. CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312115-02 1/9-2/27 8 W 6:15-6:45 p.m. $56 TANGO WORKSHOP Ages 18+ Come learn some basics and variations in this dramatic and stylish Ballroom dance.
CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312136-01 12/3-12/17 3 M 6:30-7:30 p.m. $29 EAST COAST SWING WORKSHOP Ages 18+ Come join the fun as you learn some smooth moves to the upbeat music of the Big Band era. You will walk away with knowledge of basic steps and variations of this popular style of Swing dancing. CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312131-01 1/7-1/28 3 M 6:30-7:30 p.m. $29 SALSA & BACHATA WORKSHOP Ages 18+ Come learn some basics & variations in these popular Latin dance styles. You can then take your moves straight to the club! CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 312136-02 2/4-2/25 3 M 6:30-7:30 p.m. $29 JANET SNYDER DANCE TEN CLASSES Learn how to dance in a fun and friendly environment! No previous dance expe- rience or partner is required. Call Janet at (818) 634-5881 for dance related questions. Drop-ins $15/person per night. No class 1/21. Instructor: Janet Snyder Location: AVRC, Jacaranda Room No one likes a canceled class! Please register early!
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide Instructors Needed! Do you love people and have a special skill to share? The City of Moorpark, Recreation Division is seeking qualified contract instructors for a variety of classes including GYMNASTICS, MUSIC, FITNESS BOOT CAMP, MOMMY & ME, ARTS & CRAFTS, AND MORE. For information on becoming an instructor, please call (805) 517-6300. ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 15 Class proposals accepted year round. FITNESS CLASSES THE MELT METHOD CLASSES Ages 18+ Instructor: Maureena Bivins, PHD Location: AVRC, Sycamore Room Come to class hydrated and bring water and a yoga mat. INTERMEDIATE MELT CLASS Looking to learn new MELT moves and maps? This class is geared towards those who have already experienced a MELT introduction class or series or have some proficiency with beginning MELT moves that focused on the front and back myofascial lines of the body. We will review those moves and introduce new spiral and lateral line moves to restore, improve, and sustain stability, neurological tone, and the timing of motor patterns. CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 314210-01 12/17 1 M 6:30-8:00 p.m. $20 314210-02 1/7 1 M 6:30-8:00 p.m. $20 INTRO TO MELT WORKSHOP Discover simple self-treatments you can do to remain active, healthy, and pain free. Learn to eliminate “stuck stress” before it accumulates, causing chronic aches, pains, and unwanted signs of aging. This workshop introduces you to the techniques from the best-selling book, The MELT Method, to address inflammation, ease chronic neck and low back pain/strain, improve alignment, enhance athletic performance and keep you feeling great! CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 314210-03 1/14 1 M 6:30-8:00 p.m. $35 MELT BY THE BOOK SERIES Learn the moves featured in The MELT Method book. You will learn how to identify where you hold “stuck stress” in your body, how to improve your Body Sense, balance and alignment, and activate your core strength and stability using a MELT Soft Body Roller and MELT Hand and Foot Balls. MELT tools work to rehydrate connective tissues for greater mobility and ease of motion and decompression of the neck and low back. CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 314210-04 1/28-2/11 3 M 6:30-8:00 p.m. $75 MELT PERFORMANCE CLASS Build on the techniques of MELT Method by improving the sta- bility of your shoulder girdle, hip girdle, and core. These simple moves prevent compression and compensation that damages joints and inhibits your body’s ability to function optimally. This class includes advanced MELT NeuroStrength sequences to help you support an active, pain-free lifestyle. CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 314210-05 2/25 1 M 6:30-8:00 p.m. $25 YOGA BASICS AND BEYOND Ages 14+ This Yoga class welcomes those who are new to yoga and those who have been practicing for a while. In this class Mina utilizes modifications of the poses so that individuals are encouraged to work within their own range of abilities, regardless of age, physical attributes, flexibility, or gender. Bring your Yoga/Pilates mat (required for this class). Drop-ins welcome for $14/class in the form of check or credit card; please arrive early to register.
Instructor: Mina Izadsepas, Soulbody Yoga Location: AVRC, Sycamore Room CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 314300-01 12/5-12/19 3 W 7:00-8:00 p.m. $36 314300-02 1/9-1/30 4 W 7:00-8:00 p.m. $47 314300-03 2/6-2/27 4 W 7:00-8:00 p.m. $47 You can sign up from home! Register online at www.moorparkca.gov/recreg Having problems signing-up online? Call us at (805) 517-6300 to register by phone!
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 16 STEM CLASSES GAMEMAKER STUDIO 2.0 Ages 8-14 GameMaker empowers novices and seasoned game developers alike. Learn video game design using visual tools and script-based programming language. Students will be able to add sprites, objects, rooms, events, actions, motion, backgrounds and sounds to their game! Explore concepts related to physics, artificial intelligence, health, spawning, collisions, and more! Games can be exported to computer, web or mobile platforms. A $20 lab fee is payable to the instructor on the first day of class.
Instructor: Sandbox Computers for Kids Location: AVRC, Magnolia Room CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 311515-02 1/5-2/23 8 Sa 2:30-4:00 p.m. $179 MINECRAFT MODDING USING PYTHON Ages 8-14 Playing Minecraft is cool! Making your own mods is way cooler! Modify the world’s most popular video game using one of the world’s most popular languages: Python. Python was used in de- veloping programs like Google, YouTube, and Instagram. Through hands-on projects, students will learn how to control the player, build, and manipulate the Minecraft world. A $20 lab fee is payable to the instructor on the first day of class.
Instructor: Sandbox Computers for Kids Location: AVRC, Magnolia Room CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 311515-01 1/5-2/23 8 Sa 1:00-2:30 p.m. $179 EVENT SPONSOR WEIRD & WACKY SCIENCE Ages 4.5-9 Science is FUN! We’ll explore physics, chemistry, geology, and more through a variety of exciting hands-on activi- ties. Sign up for the whole class, or pick individual sessions. Instructor: Linda Stevens & AVRC Recreation Leaders Location: AVRC, Jacaranda Room CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 311490-01 1/10-2/7 5 Th 5:00-6:30 p.m. $55 THE CHEMISTRY OF SLIME CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 311490-02 1/10 1 Th 5:00-6:30 p.m. $15 ROCKET POWER CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 311490-03 1/17 1 Th 5:00-6:30 p.m. $15 FORCES OF NATURE CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 311490-04 1/24 1 Th 5:00-6:30 p.m. $15 MAGIC OR SCIENCE?
CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 311490-05 1/31 1 Th 5:00-6:30 p.m. $15 A WONDERFUL COLORFUL WORLD CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 311490-06 2/7 1 Th 5:00-6:30 p.m. $15
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 17 SPORTS CLASSES TOT SPORTS CLASSES Gently introduce your little one to sports with fun ac- tivities and games in a non- competitive environment. Equipment is just the right size for toddlers and pre- schoolers. Parent participa- tion required. Please no unreg- istered siblings at class. Instructor: AVRC Recreation Leaders Location: Arroyo Vista Park, grass behind building BASKETBALL BASICS 3.5-5 and parent Your young athlete will learn to dribble, pass, and shoot in this non-competitive class. The last class will be a fun basketball game with parents!
CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313300-01 1/12-2/16 6 Sa 8:00-8:40 a.m. $48 SPORTS OF ALL SORTS 2-3 and parent Your little one will be introduced to soccer, basketball, t-ball, and more in this friendly class. Tots will experience different kinds of sports balls and equipment while improving large motor skills and coordination. CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313800-01 1/12-2/16 6 Sa 8:45-9:15 a.m. $42 PRE-SOCCER 2.5-4 and parent Studentswilllearnandpracticebasicsoccerskillsincludingdribbling, passing, kicking, and throwing in.
CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313401-01 1/12-2/16 6 Sa 9:30-10:00 a.m. $42 LITTLE KICKERS 3.5-5 and parent Soccer skills will be reinforced through fun drills and scrimmage games. Students will also be introduced to more advanced soccer concepts including playing different field positions and rules of the game. This class is for students who have completed Pre-soccer or have other soccer experience. CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313400-01 1/12-2/16 6 Sa 10:05-10:45 a.m. $48 TOT T-BALL 3-5 and parent This class focuses on t-ball fundamentals including hitting from a tee, throwing, catching, and teamwork. Students will also be introduced to the concept of base and field positions. Please bring a glove to class.
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Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 18 SPORTS CLASSES DISCOVERING GOLF – JUNIORS Ages 6-13 Students will learn to actually play golf, not just learn technique. Students completing this course will have a basic grasp on Driving, Approach Shots, Chipping, Putting, and most importantly, how to actually play the game. During every class, on course play will take place. Equipment and range balls are provided. Visit www. rusticcanyongolfcourse.com for directions. Instructor: Staff, GAVC Pros Location:RusticCanyonGolfCourse,15100HappyCampCanyonRoad CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313982-01 1/12-2/2 4 Sa 3:00-4:30 p.m. $135 DAN MARTIN GOLF: JUNIOR CLASS Ages 6-13 This program is for new or beginning skill level golfers, boys or girls, looking for an introduction to the fundamentals of golf. This course focuses on full swing development, short game skills, and putting. Visit www.rusticcanyongolfcourse.com for directions. Instructor: Staff, GAVC Pros Location:RusticCanyonGolfCourse,15100HappyCampCanyonRoad CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313988-01 1/5-1/26 4 Sa 10:00-11:00 a.m. $99 313988-02 2/2-2/23 4 Sa 10:00-11:00 a.m. $99 INTRODUCTION TO MARTIAL ARTS Ages 3-12 Learn the fundamentals of karate in these exciting classes! Students will gain self-discipline, self-control, self-confidence, and a sense of teamwork. Karate is an excellent way to improve coordination and physical conditioning. White belts only. One- time fee of $20 is due on the first class and is payable to Tang Soo Do University for a t-shirt, student handbook and white belt. Instructor: Tang Soo Do University Location: AVRC, Sycamore Room PRE-KARATE Ages 3-5 CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313700-01 1/8-1/29 4 Tu 5:15-5:45 p.m. $45 313700-02 2/5-2/26 4 Tu 5:15-5:45 p.m. $45 JUNIOR KARATE Ages 6-12 CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313703-01 1/8-1/29 4 Tu 5:45-6:15 p.m. $45 313703-02 2/5-2/26 4 Tu 5:45-6:15 p.m. $45 You can sign up from home!
Register online at www.moorparkca.gov/recreg Having problems signing-up online? Call us at (805) 517-6300 to register by phone! EVENT SPONSOR
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 19 SPORTS CLASSES TENNIS CLASSES Classes are taught by professional Total Tennis Academy instructors. Each class covers the following: proper grips, swing shape and form, footwork, stance and strategy. Classes are also a great way to find new tennis partners. Bring a racquet. Lab fee is $5 per person for tennis balls. No class 1/21. Instructor: Staff, Total Tennis Academy Location: AVCP, Tennis Courts 1 & 2. PEE WEE QUICKSTART Ages 5-7 CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313501-01 1/7-2/11 5 M 4:00-5:00 p.m. $75 YOUTH BEGINNING Ages 7-10 CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313509-01 1/7-2/11 5 M 5:00-6:00 p.m. $75 313509-02 1/9-2/6 5 W 4:00-5:00 p.m. $75 YOUTH ADVANCED BEGINNING Ages 7-10 CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313515-01 1/7-2/11 5 M 6:00-7:00 p.m. $75 YOUTH INTERMEDIATE Ages 7-10 CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313517-01 1/9-2/6 5 W 5:00-6:00 p.m. $75 ADULT BEGINNING Ages 18+ CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313525-01 1/7-2/11 5 M 7:00-8:00 p.m. $75 313525-02 1/9-2/6 5 W 6:00-7:00 p.m. $75 ADULT ADVANCED BEGINNING Ages 18+ CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313526-01 1/9-2/6 5 W 7:00-8:00 p.m. $75 MOORPARK KIDS RUNNING CLUB Ages 5-17 Run a marathon this winter with the Moorpark Kids Running club! Participants will meet twice at week at the Arroyo Vista Communi- ty Park recreational trail with the goal of running a full marathon (26.2 miles) by the end of the season All participants will receive a water bottle. Fun incentives will be awarded as milestones are reached. Limited to the first 100 registrants. A running club t-shirt is available for $15. No class 12/25, 12/27, 1/1, or 1/3. Instructor: Laura Layton Location: AVCP, Recreational Trail CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313930-01 11/27-1/29 9 Tu/Th 4:00-5:00 p.m. $0 Paid Advertisement MOORPARK ALL-STARS BASKETBALL CAMP Ages 5-13, Coed Whether your goal is to be an all-star or you’re an all-star look- ing to elevate your game, this is the camp for you! This one-day camp will be jam packed with the fundamentals, drills, and exercises you need to take your game to the next level. Activities will focus on individual skill build- ing and small-group games to ensure player-paced development and maximum participation. Camp fee includes a Moorpark All-Star t-shirt and lunch. Balls and training equipment provided. Bring a snack and water, and wear athletic shoes.
Instructor: Coach Mike Ramirez & AVRC Recreation Leaders Location: AVRC, Gym CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313125-01 1/5 1 Sa 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. $39
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 20 SPORTS CLASSES KIDZ LOVE SOCCER CLASSES Ages 2-6 All participants receive a soccer jersey! Instructor: Kidz Love Soccer Location: AVCP, grass behind building DADDY/MOMMY & ME SOCCER Ages 2-3.5 Join in your toddler’s introduction to the world’s most popular sport with fun, age-appropriate activities, and help your child develop their motor and socialization skills. A variety of soccer activities are played each week. Adult participation is required. CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313402-01 1/24-2/28 6 Th 5:00-5:30 p.m. $77 TOT/PRE-SOCCER Ages 3.5-5 Little tykes will enjoy running and kicking just like the big kids! This class teaches basic techniques of the game and builds self-esteem through participation and fun soccer activities. Shin guards are required after the first meeting.
CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313404-01 1/24-2/28 6 Th 4:15-4:50 p.m. $77 SOCCER 1: TECHNIQUES AND TEAMWORK Ages 5-6 Players will learn dribbling, passing, defense and shooting goals! Fun skill games are played at every session, and small-sided soccer matches will be introduced gradually. Perfect for first time players while being fun and engaging for kids with some experience. Shin guards are required after the first meeting. CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 313403-01 1/24-2/28 6 Th 3:30-4:15 p.m. $77 For more information, call (805) 517-6300 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Be a Volunteer Coach!
WINTER COACH APPLICATIONS DUE BY 11/16 Youth Basketball is made possible with the support of community volunteers. Coaches commit approximately 3 to 4 hours per week for practices, games, and other coaching duties each season. New to coaching? No problem... We’ll give you the training and tools you need to succeed. In order to volunteer for the fall season, individuals must clear a background check prior to player evaluation dates (see page 21.) Arroyo Vista Community Park Recreational Trail 1.2 Mile Loop Trail 4 Exercise Stations The trail is open 7 days a week, from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Arroyo Vista Community Park 4550 Tierra Rejada Road, Moorpark
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 21 Youth Basketball Players of all skill levels and abilities will have fun while focusing on team- work, individual skill development, the importance of fundamentals and sportsmanship. Participants will prac- tice a minimum of 1-hour during the weekwithgamesplayedonSaturdays. Practice days/times will vary by coach. A maximum of 10 payers are placed on each team. HAVE FUN, STAY ACTIVE, & MEET NEW PEOPLE! SIGN UP FOR AN ADULT SPORTS LEAGUE! Registration open now through December 13, or until leagues fill.
Only team registrations are accepted (no individual registrations). Registration forms must be filled out completely and fees paid in full at time of registration. Registration packets, game schedules, and standings are available at www.moorparkca.gov. Fees indicated are for team registration. See registration packets or call for officials’ fees. Softball Leagues Adult Sports Leagues MITES DIVISION Ages 5-6 Games played on small court with 8’ baskets. No score or standings kept. Coaches referee games.
CODE DATES WKS DAYS TIMES FEE 347009 1/12-3/2 8 Sa Morning $86 ROOKIE DIVISION Ages 7-8 Games played on small court with 8’ baskets. No score or standings kept. CODE DATES WKS DAYS TIMES FEE 347010 1/12-3/2 8 Sa Morning $86 JUNIOR DIVISION Ages 9-10 Games played full court with 10’ baskets. No standings are kept. CODE DATES WKS DAYS TIMES FEE 347011 1/12-3/2 8 Sa Late morning $96 TEEN DIVISION Ages 11-13 Games played full court with 10’ baskets. No standings are kept. CODE DATES WKS DAYS TIMES FEE 347012 1/12-3/2 8 Sa Afternoon $96 REGISTRATION Participants may register online, by phone, or in person at the Arroyo Vista Recreation Center (AVRC) from 9am - 6pm. See registration dates below.
Fall Season Returning Players: November 26 & 27 General Registration: Nov. 28-30 (or until full) Note: Player Evaluations held separately. See schedule below. PLAYER EVALUATIONS All players, new and returning, must attend evaluations at AVRC, see schedule below. (No evals for Mites) EVALUATION DATES & TIMES (For registration, see dates & times above) Rookie Division, Ages 7-8: Tues., Dec. 4, 6:30—8:30pm Junior Division, Ages 9-10: Wed., Dec. 5, 6:15—8:30pm Teen Division, Ages 11-13: Fri., Dec. 7, 6:15—8:30pm Practices begin the week of January 7. All practices take place at the AVRC Gym. Practices are held Monday through Friday, between 4:00 and 9:00 p.m., as scheduled by the coach. WAITLIST: If registration is full or you’re unable to attend the scheduled evalua- tion, your child may be added to the waitlist upon request. Individuals on the list are not guaranteed a space and will be contacted only if space becomes available. INDIVIDUAL INTEREST LIST Don’t have a team? Sign up through our individual interest list and we will try and fit you with a team. If enough individuals sign up, we will try and create a team with the list. Basketball Leagues Divisions: Monday and Thursday nights Winter 2019 Leagues: Games begin the week of January 7. The registration fee is $325 per team. Games are played at the Arroyo Vista Recreation Center gym. Team roster must have minimum 5 and maximum 12 players.
SPORTS LEAGUES Divisions: *Men’s Thursday* *Coed Friday* Spring 2019 Leagues: Registration Begins February 4. Games begin in March. The registration fee is $425 per team. Games are played at the Arroyo Vista Community Park and Peach Hill Park. Team roster must have minimum 9 and maximum 20 players.
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 22 Paid Advertisement PARENTS NITE OUT Ages 4-10 Parents can enjoy a night out while kids have a great time with games, arts & crafts, stories, movies, and more led by our amazing Recreation Leaders! Each night features a special theme! Bring a sack dinner. Children must be potty trained. Drop-in registration fee (if space is available) is $30. Sibling discount $5. Recreation Leaders pass a background check and TB test, are CPR/First Aid certified and have experience as Camp Counselors. Instructor: AVRC Recreation Leaders Location: AVRC, Jacaranda Room SANTA’S WORKSHOP We’ll be busy little elves as we pre- pare for the holidays playing pass- the-present and trim-the-tree, singing carols, hearing our favorite holiday stories, having a snowman building competition, and more! We’ll also make a special gift for the family! A great opportunity for par- ents to get in some of that holiday shopping!
CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 315105-01 12/8 1 Sa 4:00-8:00 p.m. $25 PLAY DAYS LET IT SNOW! Tonight we’re chilling with all things snow. We’ll have a fun time making snow globes, eating snow cones, and competing in “sled” relays and races! CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 35105-02 1/12 1 Sa 5:00-8:30 p.m. $25 COCOA & COOKIES It may be cold outside, but we’ll be comfy and cozy as we make hot cocoa and bake cookies, play fun indoor games, and watch a heart warming movie. CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 35105-03 2/9 1 Sa 5:00-8:30 p.m. $25 VALENTINE HEARTS & ARTS We’ll celebrate Valentine’s Day by making our own fancy Valentine Day cards, showing off our best dance moves in a friendly dance competition, and playing a variety of Valentine-themed games. CODE DATES WEEKS DAYS TIMES FEE 315105-04 2/14 1 Th 5:00-8:30 p.m. $25
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 23 CAMP MOORPARK For boys & girls ages 5-12 WINTER fun including games, arts & crafts, sports, parties & events, & more! CAMP MOORPARK Affordable Fees & Flexible Registration! Choose Your Days: Enroll for 1, 2, 3, or more days! Rates start at just $37/day. Awesome Camp Counselors! ENERGETIC, CARING, & QUALIFIED: Enthusiastic Camp Counsel- ors make camp FUN! All camp staff complete our camp training program, are CPR/First Aid trained, and have passed a back- ground check, physical, drug screen, and TB test. Amazing Activities!
Camp days feature sports, games, arts & crafts, plus special events, guest performers, and movie days. Convenient Camp Hours! Organized activities from 10-4; Extended Care available from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. at no extra charge. Beautiful Facility & Park! Climate controlled activity rooms, kitchen, & gym; huge park with picnic pavilions, playgrounds, ball fields, soccer fields, tennis courts, & lots of open space. Download Camp Packets at www.moorparkca.gov/camp for detailed camp information, including camp fees Winter 18-19 Winter Dates & Themes: December 24-28* The Grinch that Stole Camp Dec. 31-January 4* New Year - New Everything! January 14 & 21 Snow Much Fun February 18 Mini Mardi Gras! *Camp closes at 4:00 p.m. on 12/24 & 12/31. No camp on 12/25 or 1/1.
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 24 EVENTS Moorpark Youth Volleyball USYVL presents SIGN UP NOW FOR SPRING! • 8 weeks of instruction in a safe, fun and encouraging environment. • 4 coed age divisions for boys & girls, 7-15. • Registration price includes a volleyball, T-shirt and participation award. Volleyball Starts Here!® USYVL Non-Profit #77-0460698 ©USYVL All Rights Reserved PLAN AHEAD AND SAVE. Early: $150 due by 12/01/18 Regular: $175 until 03/01/19 Late: $195 until 04/01/19 Multiple child family discount and financial aid available to those who qualify. Make A Difference. Volunteer. USYVL depends on volunteers. We provide training & support and respect your time. There’s no feeling quite like helping a child learn, so volunteer today!
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Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 25 EVENTS Saturday, December 22 High Street Arts Center Watch your favorite holiday flicks on the big screen! Admission is FREE! Refreshments available for sale. Fun contests during intermissions! Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer Frosty the Snowman The Polar Express Home Alone Scrooged CHILDREN (Ages 1-12):Includes breakfast, gift, and photo opportunity with Santa. ADULTS (Ages 13+): Includes breakfast only. INFANTS (Under 1) are FREE with a paid adult. Includes photo opportunity with Santa only. Fees are per person.
Code Dates Times Fee 358601-01 December 8 7:30 a.m. $10 pp 358601-02 December 8 8:45 a.m. $10 pp 358601-03 December 8 10:00 a.m. $10 pp Registrations must be received by December 6. Everyone in attendance must register. Santa is coming to Moorpark! Children will be delighted as they visit with Santa, enjoy a pancake breakfast, and get a small gift. Bring your cameras for photos with Santa! BREAKFAST WITH SANTA BREAKFAST WITH SANTA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8 ARROYO VISTA REC CENTER To sign up call (805) 517-6300 or visit moorparkca.gov/recreg For more info & show schedule call (805) 517-6300 or visit MoorparkCa.gov/recreation Holiday Movie Marathon
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 26 EVENTS Thanks to our 2018 Haunted High Street Sponsors & Partners! Access TLC Balcolm Canyon Pet Lodge Boys & Girls Club Budget Blinds California Kettle Corn City of Moorpark Recreation Fix Auto Moorpark Grocery Outlet of Moorpark Insurance Brokers West, Inc. Level 3 Martial Arts Performance Mary Kay Makeup Moorpark Dental Group & Orthodontics Moorpark Chiropractic Moorpark First 5 Moorpark Has Talent High Street Arts Center Friday, March 15th 7:00 p.m.
(Lobby opens @ 6:00 p.m.) (805) 517-6300 moorparkca.gov/talent Presented By: Auditions at the Arroyo Vista Recreation Center Prizes for Finalists: 1st Place $500; 2nd Place $300; 3rd Place $200 $10 Audition Fee. Pre-register or Drop-In. Pick up your audition packets today! Thursday, February 7 4:00-7:00 p.m. Saturday, February 2 1:00-4:00 p.m. Breakfast with Santa Friday, December 7 3:30-6:30 p.m. Saturday, December 8 7:15-11:30 a.m. For more info: 805-517-6300 Volunteer Days Volunteer Days All volunteers must be at least 13 years old. Volunteer hours qualify for the MUSD volunteer requirement. A volunteer form must be filled out and signed in advance. THANKS TO OUR 2018 TRUNK OR TREAT PARTICIPANTS: Moorpark Police Department Moorpark Presbyterian Church Moorpark Soccer Club Moorpark Volunteers in Policing Perez Family Funeral Home Play It Again Sports - Simi Valley Prodoc/Kytel Rose Family Funeral Home & Cremation State Farm Insurance Tang Soo Do University Tina Hare & Associates The Fine Print Shop The Surgeons Barbershop
Moorpark Newsletter & Recreation Guide ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 27 EVENTS Lip Sync Battle: Moorpark Holiday Edition Lip Sync Battle: Moorpark Holiday Edition Cupcake Challenge Cupcake Challenge Teen Saturday, Dec. 1st 6:00-9:00 p.m. @ AVRC $5 Admission INCLUDES PIZZA & DRINK TEENS AGES 11 TO 17: BRING YOUR MUSIC TO BATTLE! PRIZES FOR THE TOP 3 CONTESTANTS! To battle, sign up now! Spaces are limited! Get entry form at moorparkca.gov or call (805) 517-6300 Friday, February 8 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. Arroyo Vista Rec Center Open to all teens ages 11 to 17 Basic cupcake ingredients and equipment will be provided, or you may bring in your own special ingredients and baking supplies. A panel of judges will rate your cupcakes based on decorating, taste, use of the secret ingredient, and visual and verbal presentation.
$10 entry fee per team (up to 4 bakers) Sign up NOW! Registrations due 1 week in advance. Saturday, January 26 from 4-7 p.m. Arroyo Vista Park, Multiuse Court Free Admission! Skate rental available from Play It Again Sports Put on your quads or blades & join us for a night of music, skating, and fun! Winter Wonderland Skate Night Thanks to our sponsor
Registration PAYEE / PARENT INFORMATION NAME _ BIRTHDATE _ _ ADDRESS _ _ CITY _ ZIP _ _ PHONE NUMBER _ EMERGENCY PHONE _ _ E-MAIL ADDRESS _ _ Activity Waivers: All participants must sign a waiver form on the first day of class. Participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian the first day of class to sign the form. Please Indicate Payment Method: O Check _ _ Make checks payable to City of Moorpark O Visa - or - O Mastercard _ _ Expiration Date _ _ Billing Address _ _ City/Zip _ _ I agree to pay the total amount due according to card issuer agreement. Authorized Signature: X _ _ CLASS REGISTRATION FORM Please register in advance! Classes may fill, or may cancel if the minimum enrollment is not met prior to the start date. IT’S EASY TO SIGN UP!
IN PERSON: Walk-in registrations are accepted at the Arroyo Vista Recreation Center from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The office is closed on holidays. BY MAIL: Complete the registration form below. Make a check payable to City of Moorpark for the total amount due. If paying by credit card, include credit card number and expiration date, and sign where indicated. Mail registration form and payment to: City of Moorpark,Attn: Recreation Registration, 799 Moorpark Avenue, Moorpark, CA 93021 BY PHONE: Call us at (805) 517-6300. Registrations are accepted during office hours. Have your registration information and Visa or Mastercard ready. Do not leave your credit card number on the voice mail system. ONLINE: Go to www.MoorparkCa.gov/recreg. Search for activities by code or select from the list. You can then register and pay by credit card. Don’t forget to print your enrollment receipt. Some programs may not be available for on-line registration. If the program you want is not listed for on-line registration, call us at (805) 517-6300 for information or to register by phone.
- Do not use this form for Camp Moorpark programs or adult sports leagues - Class Registration opens 11-13-18 Code Class Title Participant Name Birthdate Participants with Special Needs: Individuals with disabilities are welcome to participate in any program offered by the City of Moorpark, Recreation Division. We will make reasonable accom- modations so that you may enjoy the programs offered by our department. If you have a special need, please explain below and we will contact you to explore how we may assist. Special Needs: _ _ All participants (or parents/guardians for participants under 18) must sign a waiver on the first program date.
Registrations are taken on a first come/first served basis, unless otherwise noted. Programs may be combined or canceled as necessary if the minimum enrollment is not met. Program information is subject to change. Payment: Payment is due at the time of registration. We accept cash, check, Visa, and Mastercard. (Phone registrations must be paid by credit card). There is a $25 NSF fee. Withdrawals: Requests for withdrawals must be received as follows: 1) One-session programs: at least 1 business day prior to program date, 2) 2+ session programs: prior to the 2nd meeting date, 3) Adult sports leagues: prior to the posting of the game schedule. Refunds/credits will be pro-rated, and any costs incurred by the City or instructor will be deducted from refunds/credits. Credits will be applied to your account at Arroyo Vista and are good through the fiscal year. Refunds will be issued by check for check or cash payment and back to the credit card account for credit card payment. In addition to deductions stated above, a $10 processing fee per activity per participant is deducted from all refunds. Cancellations: Full refunds or credits will be issued for classes canceled by the City.
Inclement Weather: Outdoor classes will not be held during rainy conditions. Make-up class dates will be scheduled for rain outs. ARROYO VISTA RECREATION CENTER 28
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Pre-register or Drop-In. Pick up your audition packets today! Holiday Movie Marathon Saturday, December 22 High Street Arts Center Check out your favorite holiday flicks on the big screen! Admission is FREE! Saturday, 1/26 4-7 p.m. Arroyo Vista Park, Multiuse Court Free Admission! Winter Wonderland Skate Night CAMP MOORPARK December 24 through January 4 Jan. 14 & 21 and Feb. 18 Winter Break fun for kids 5-12 Winter