Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

The City of Temecula Community Services Department is excited to present the Summer/Fall Guide to Leisure Activities. Returning are many ofTemecula’s signature events including the much anticipated 4th of July Extravaganza, Summer Sunset Concert Series, Halloween Carnival and an array of Arts & Culture opportunities. Be sure to check out our newest event, TEMECULA SAFE, as we embrace the City of Temecula’s 2018 initiative and highest priority of public safety. Come meet your first responders and see what makes Temecula one of the safest cities in the nation! Highlighted in the guide is the “Summer Fun Camp” section and pages full of enrichment, leisure and inclusive activities for all ages.

The Community Services Department is dedicated in our mission to provide high quality programs, recreational facilities and beautiful park settings for the community to enjoy.

On behalf of our Board of Directors, Commissioners, and your dedicated Community Services Department Team, we thank you for the opportunity to serve you and your family as we strive to provide quality community service experiences for the citizens of Temecula! Respectfully, Community Services Department Directory Main Line (951) 694-6480 Activity Guide/Classes/Rentals/(TCC)/(MRC)/(JRC)/(HCPR) Tracy Masters, Management Analyst . . Ext. 4266 Cassandra Hargett, ManagementAide III (Classes)....Ext. 4266 Rishann Clermont, ManagementAide II (Rentals . . Ext. 6525 Aquatics/(CRC) Community Recreation Center/Skate Park Gwen Willcox, Community Services Manager .

. Ext. 6396 Melissa Davis, Aquatics Coordinator . . Ext. 6396 Michelle Elrod, Management Aide II . . Ext. 6410 Leah Johnson, Community Services Assistant . . Ext. 4198 Budget/Special Projects/Administrative Services Erica Russo, Sr. Management Analyst . . Ext. 3995 Lisa Waterman, Sr.AdministrativeAssistant . . Ext. 6480 Citywide Special Events/Volunteer Program DawnAdamiak, Community Services Manager . . Ext. 4268 WilheAugustine, Community Services Coordinator.....Ext. 4268 Mike Morey, ManagementAide II . . Ext. 4268 Tracy Courts, ManagementAide I . . Ext. 4268 Cultural Arts/Community Relations Bea Barnett, Community Services Superintendent.....Ext.

6343 Jeff Lawrence, Community Services Manager . . Ext. 3967 Homeless Outreach/Responsible Compassion Robin Gilliland, Community Services Supervisor II . . Ext. 6467 Lacy Sisler, ManagementAide III . . Ext. 3904 Inclusive and Senior Services/(MPSC) Yvette Martinez, Community Services Supervisor I.....Ext. 6464 Kristal Menzimer, Office Specialist II . . Ext. 6464 Library Services Rosie Vanderhaak, Library Manager . Ext. 8922 Old Town Temecula Community Theater Chariss Turner, Community Services Coordinator . . Ext. 6348 Bill Strawn, Theater Technical Supervisor . . Ext. 6378 John Deards, Theater Technical Coordinator .

. Ext. 6380 Travis Brown, Theater TechnicaIAssistant . . Ext. 6380 Sports Facilities/Fields/Leagues/Parks James Willcox, Community Services Manager . . Ext. 4135 Mike Wooten, Community Services Supervisor I . . Ext. 4136 Sergio Raya, Park Ranger II . . Ext. 6480 Robert Heltmach, Park Ranger I . . Ext. 6480 Andrew Formentera, Sr. Recreation Leader . . Ext. 6480 Temecula Valley Museum/Art Exhibits Tracy Frick, Community Services Manager . . Ext. 6455 Katrina Thoreson, Management Aide II . . Ext. 6457 2 Creating Community Through People, Parks & Programs It’s What We Do!!! Comments, Questions or Concerns? Email us at: CommunityServices@TemeculaCA.gov City of Temecula Administration Aaron Adams .

. City Manager Greg Butler . . Assistant City Manager Kevin Hawkins . . Director of Community Services Community Services Commission The Community Services Commission meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:00pm in the Council Chambers. Zak Schwank … . Chairman Cecilie Nelson . … Vice-Chairman Dale Borgeson . … Commissioner Eric Levine … . Commissioner Eric Willis . … Commissioner TRACY MASTERS Activity Guide Editor/Management Analyst On the Cover: Caleigh Steele & Kennedy Cormwell “Best in Show” winners at the 2017 Art & Street Painting Festival; participants running in the F.I.T. Fun Color Run 5K; and children playing at the Vail Ranch Park playground re-dedication ceremony.

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

In this Issue... Upcoming Special events Temecula Art & Street Painting Festival 4 Night of the Luminaries 4 Sundays in the Square 4 Ralph Love Plein Air Competition 4 Art off the Walls 4 Symphony Series 4 Summer Sunset Concert Series 5 Movies in the Park 5 Mother/Son Date Night at the Diamond 6 Build Your Own Boat Regatta 6 September 11th Remembrance 6 Western Days 6 Temecula F.I.T. Color Run 7 Health & Community Resource Fair 7 Temecula Safe 7 Halloween Carnival 7 Halloween Home Decorating Contest 7 Specialized programs Aquatics Programs & Swim Lessons 46-49 Responsible Compassion 53 Senior Programs, Classes & Events 42-43 Special Needs & High Hopes Program 17 Summer Camps & Classes Performing Arts 22-25 Special Interest 35 Sports & Fitness 26-31 Summer Camps 8-15 Toddler Enrichment 18-19 Visual Arts 32-34 Youth & Teen Enrichment 20-21 City facilities Aquatic Facilities 46 Facility Rentals & Picnic Shelters 54 Mary Phillips Senior Center 42-43 Old Town Temecula Community Theater 40-41 Pennypickle’s Workshop 36-37 Sports Facilities & Sport Leagues 50 Places of Interest 52 Temecula Libraries 44-45 Temecula Parks 51 Temecula Skate Park 51 Temecula Valley Museum 38-39 Resource Information Registration Information & Refund Policy 55 Stay Connected 52 3 Community Services Staff Spotlight We’re Here for You! I have had the honor of working for the City of Temecula since January of 2010.

I am currently the Community Services Coordinator at the Old Town Temecula Community Theater. I oversee the daily Front of House operations at Temecula’s state-of-the-art Theater as we bring cultural experiences in the visual and performing arts into our community.

One of the many great joys I have working at the theater is watching local schools participate in the ArtsConnection, which allow students to experience a live dance, theater, or musical performance. I enjoy interacting with the kids and seeing the excitement on their faces as they enjoy a show, sometimes for the very first time! I have always had a passion for the arts. I have been singing since I could talk and I have participated in multiple musical theater productions as well as singing competitions in my youth. I have also had the opportunity to record professionally with a few national gospel artists.

While my on stage persona has tapered off a bit as I grew older and started a family, I have been fortunate to carve out a career ‘behind the curtain’ in a field that feeds my soul. I live in the Temecula Valley area with my husband and five sons! In our spare time, we enjoy being a part of our church and fellowship with our family and friends. I am proud to be part of this great team of creative people whose collective vision is to advance the enrichment, engagement, education, and entertainment of the citizens of Temecula and all who are fortunate to visit Old Town Temecula. And now, I invite you to #ExperienceTemeculaTheater!

Every day it is an absolute pleasure to work for the City of Temecula as the Community Services Coordinator. Before settling in Temecula, I enjoyed an early childhood on the strand of Hermosa Beach and an older adolescence in the woods of southern Virginia. I spent many college summers as a camp counselor enjoying the Parks & Recreation lifestyle in the Santa Cruz mountains. After earning my Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Biola University, I began my career in Temecula in 2004 as a Recreation Leader organizing a summer youth program known as SMART and shortly after, I joined the staff at the Temecula Skate Park.

My passion for recreation wasn’t truly fulfilled until I became a part of the Special Events Team in 2007. Even when I took time off from the workforce to focus on my family of two beautiful daughters, Avery and Matilda, and handsome husband, Matthew, I still volunteered for the City every chance I was offered. Some of the signature special events I have the privilege of coordinating include the Temecula Rod Run, 4th of July Extravaganza and Santa’s Electric Light Parade. The next time you see me around and about Temecula at one of our many exciting events, feel free to say hello! Chariss Turner Community Services Coordinator Wilhe augustine Community Services Coordinator

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

JUN 1 | JUL 6 | AUG 3 | SEP 7 | OCT 5 | NOV 2 Enjoy live music, refreshments, and culturally enriching experiences at two venues in Old Town. Gallery at The Merc | 42051 Main St | 6-7pm Civic Center Art Show | 41000 Main St | 6-9pm ART OFF THE WALLS FIRST FRIDAY OF EACH MONTH SUN OCT 28 | 2pm FALL SPOOKTACULAR SUN NOV 11 | 6pm A PATRIOTIC SALUTE TO VETERANS Temecula Valley Youth Symphony @ the CRC Temecula Valley Symphony @ the Civic Center Quad SUNDAYS IN THE SQUARE AUG 5 | AUG 12 Bring your family and friends and enjoy live music, vendors and outdoor activities.

Town Square Park | 41000 Main St | 4-6pm 11TH ANNUAL RALPH LOVE PLEIN AIR COMPETITION SEP 29-OCT 6 Are you a painter looking for a unique opportunity to showcase your talent and a chance to win prizes? Sign up to participate in the Plein Air Competition! Artists spend six days painting beautiful landscapes and landmarks in Temecula.

For more information visit TemeculaCA.gov RECEPTION | NOV 2 | 6pm @ THE MERC NIGHT OF THE LUMINARIES SAT JUN 23 | 6:30-8:30pm Witness the lights of hundreds of luminaries as we celebrate the Summer Solstice. Enjoy live music, yoga, and refreshments from Hokulia Shaved Ice. Free shuttle service at the corner of Ynez Rd. and Santiago Rd. Rose Haven Heritage Garden 30592 Jedediah Smith Rd TEMECULA ART & STREET PAINTING FESTIVAL JUN 8, 5-8pm | JUN 9, 10am-6pm | JUN 10, 10am-4pm Watch art come to life in the form of chalk murals, handcrafted jewelry, photography and more at the annual Art & Street Painting Festival.

Event features art demonstrations, kids activities and live music. Civic Center/Town Square Park | 41000 Main St SYMPHONY SERIES 4

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

June 28th Cougrzz Rock June 21st June 7th Lifetime Rocker July 12th The Answer Band July 26th Liquid Blue July 19th 80z All-Stars June 14th City Beat Band Kanan Road MOONLIGHT MOVIES IN THE PARK Friday, June 15th Temeku Hills Park Friday, June 22nd Temeku Hills Park Friday, July 13th Harveston Community Park Spend your Friday evenings at the park enjoying FREE family fun and a movie under the stars. Activities begin at 6pm and movies are shown at dusk. Friday, July 20th Harveston Community Park Friday, July 27th Harveston Community Park Free concerts all summer long! Join us on Thursdays at the Temecula Amphitheater, located at the (CRC) Community Recreation Center, 30875 Rancho Vista Road.

Gates open at 5pm and concerts begin at 7pm. No smoking, alcohol or pets allowed in the amphitheater.

SUMMER SUNSET CONCERT SERIES 5

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

Friday, August 17, 6:30-9pm Hey, batter batter! Get ready for an exciting evening of mother-son bonding at Storm Stadium. Event includes parking, game admission, dinner (hot dog, chips, drink & ice cream) and a souvenir for both mom and son. Pre-registration is required and don’t forget to register both mom and son. Fee: $12/person Activity #: 9065.201 Wednesday, July 18 5:30-9pm Lake Elsinore Storm Stadium Western Days Mother/Son Date Night @ the Diamond Join us as we remember those who were lost on the 17th anniversary of September 11th.

Write a message in our Keepsake Journal and take a quiet moment for reflection as we honor those who gave their lives to serve and protect. Enjoy the light music and refreshments following the program. Tuesday, September 11 6:30-8:30pm Temecula Duck Pond Does your family have what it takes to sail away with the trophy or will you sink under pressure?

Are you ready to face the treacherous seas of the CRC pool and be dubbed the “Pride of the Regatta”? First, your team will need to build a 2-man vessel made out of only cardboard and duct tape. Then you will choose two team members to sail the boat to victory. If your group chooses to build more than one boat, please register accordingly. Fee: $10/boat Activity #: 9070.201 Friday, August 17, 6:30-9pm Community Recreation Center 6 build your own b a t regatta WESTERN DAYS Giddy up, partner! It’s time to uncover the history of Temecula as we celebrate Western Days. This free event includes face painters, carnival games and more! Don’t forget to visit the dynamic exhibits inside the museum that explore Temecula’s past.

Saturday, September 15 10am-3pm Sam Hicks Park

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

Health & Community Resource Fair Don’t miss the 8th annual Health & Community Resource Fair. This is a great opportunity to get the latest information about health-related resources and products for children, families, seniors and individuals with special needs. * FREE Health screenings & assessments * FREE Community resources for individuals of all ages with special needs * FREE Emergency preparedness and safety awareness information * FREE Fun activities and kids zone Saturday, September 29, 9am-1pm Temecula Civic Center What is a skeleton’s favorite game at the carnival? Boneyard Bowling! You can enjoy this game and many more at the annual Halloween Carnival.

Event also includes jumps, train rides, costume contest and the new First Responder’s Trunk-or-Treat to make it a ghoulishly good time. You don’t want to miss this spooktacular event! Fee: $5/wristband for unlimited games & prizes (excludes food vendors) Friday, October 26, 5:30-8:30pm Ronald Reagan Sports Park Halloween Carnival 7 Halloween Home Decorating Contest Break out those spooky spider webs, wicked witches and giant jack-o-lanterns! It’s time to enter the Halloween Home Decorating Contest. Enter as an individual residence or as a neighborhood. All decorations must be in the front yard.

Judging categories include Scariest, Funniest, Most Original and Best Theme. All entries will be included on our Halloween Map. Applications will be available on our website beginning October 1st.

Prepare to be “Blasted” with color! Race consists of a 5k run for the adults and a kid’s mini- obstacle course. You will leave wearing every shade under the rainbow. Color throws throughout the course. Adult run starts at 8:30am SHARP! Kid’s mini obstracle run starts at 10am. For registration information and event details, visit TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD Sunday, September 16, 8:30am Ronald Reagan Sports Park 2nd Annual F.I.T FUN COLOR RUN TEMECULA SAFE Temecula has come to be known as one of the safest cities in America. Learn what makes our community so safe by coming to this free public safety event! Event will feature demonstrations by our local fire and police personnel, along with family fun activities.

Saturday, October 20th, 10am-2pm Civic Center

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

Bear Cub University Pre-K Camp Ages: 3.6-5.6 Years Watch your “Bear Cub” grow and thrive in this structured drop-off enrichment program designed to help your child explore, experiment, and discover things on their own through a variety of methods that are a mixture of fun and learning! Camp is packed with fun-filled educational activities and festivities and also introduces children to a school setting! BCU makes use of a hands- on curriculum that integrates social interaction, calendar/circle time, literacy, music/movement, arts & crafts, self confidence, and community building along with the practice of sight words, numbers, letters, colors, and shapes.

Participants are taught through both large group instruction and small group “station rotation.” Instructor, Miss Brooke, has a B.A. in Liberal Studies/ Elementary Education from San Diego State University. Children must be potty trained to attend. Please bring lunch, a large plastic bucket with your child’s name on it or backpack to camp each day. Materials fee includes camp t-shirt, daily snacks & festivities!

Instructor: Brooke Groepper Location: MRC Fee: $189/2 Wks ($40 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 4060.201 Jul 9-Jul 19 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:30pm Bear Cub University Kinder Camp Ages: 4.7 - 6.6 Years Is your child starting kindergarten or transitional kindergarten in August? Did your child just complete kindergarten and is looking for a summer review? If so, this camp is designed for your scholastic superstar! This fun and educational camp includes activities such as classroom social interaction, calendar/circle time, library, sight word practice, manipulative sorting, music and movement along with letter, sound, number, shape, color recognition and review.

We will engage in important kinder concepts. Learning and fun - all in one! Instructor, Miss Brooke, has a B.A. in Liberal Studies/Elementary Education from San Diego State University. Children must be potty trained to attend. Please bring lunch and a backpack or large bucket to camp each day. Materials fee includes camp t-shirt, crafts and festivities!

Instructor: Brooke Groepper Location: MRC Fee: $120/Camp ($25 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 4065.201 Jul 23-Jul 26 Mon-Thu 9:00am-1:00pm Happy Campers Ages: 4 - 9 Years These exciting NEW camps are hands- on and filled with FUN explorations! Campers will discover and explore in these unique theme based camps. Materials fee includes camp t-shirt, daily snack, arts and crafts and festivities! Instructor, Miss Brooke, has a B.A. in Liberal Studies/Elementary Education. Instructor: Brooke Groepper Location: MRC Fee: $99/Camp ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Nature Explorers Does your child like insects, reptiles, bugs and butterflies? Collecting, painting and examining rocks? Creating thematic arts and crafts? Campers will spend the afternoon exploring nature!

Class# Camp Dates Days Time 4070.201 Jul 9-Jul 12 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm Dinosaur Discoveries Is your child interested in learning about T-rex, Triceratops, and Stegosaurus? Making fossils and volcanoes? Creating thematic arts and crafts? Campers will discover the Jurassic time period and learn about all things dinosaurs! Class# Camp Dates Days Time 4070.202 Jul 16-Jul 19 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm 8 #cu@camp Summer Camps 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD Summer FUN Camps! REGISTER ONLINE @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

9 American Road Trip* Ages: 6-13 Years Send your child on a culinary road trip across the USA! In this exciting new culinary camp young chefs will explore flavors from coast to coast and all regions in between.

Chefs will work as a team and enjoy dishes they make together. Each camp will have a unique menu of recipes which campers will get to keep. Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: TCC Fee: $75/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1660.201 Jun 25-Jun 28 Mon-Thu 9:00-10:30am 1660.202 Jul 23-Jul 26 Mon-Thu 9:00-10:30am Around the World Culinary Camps* Ages: 6-13 Years Campers will travel the world in our kitchen and enjoy a culinary experience they won’t forget. Camp teaches a number of cooking methods like sautéing, chopping, and cooking from scratch with fresh ingredients. Camps will have an international theme and each camp has a unique menu of recipes.

Students will eat what they prepare each day.

Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: TCC Fee: $99/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1655.201 Jun 25-Jun 28 Mon-Thu 10:45am-12:45pm 1655.202 Jul 23-Jul 26 Mon-Thu 1:00-3:00pm Junior Master Chef Camps* Ages: 9-15 Years Are you a Master Chef or do you want to learn how to be one? Show off your skills and learn new techniques in what is sure to be the highlight of your summer break. We’ll have mystery baskets, team challenges, and taste tests as we create culinary treats that are both savory and sweet! Kids need to be able to be independent in the kitchen. We will use real ingredients that are not processed or from a box! At the end of each class, kids will eat their creations.

Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: TCC Fee: $99/Camp ($5 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1675.201 Jun 25-Jun 28 Mon-Thu 1:00-3:00pm 1675.202 Jul 30-Aug 2 Mon-Thu 10:45am-12:45pm Kids Can Cook Camps* Ages: 7-12 Years Our hands-on cooking camps are perfect for the novice cook and teach kids how to make their favorite foods from scratch! Kids will have a blast making a variety of delicious dishes. Kitchen safety, proper food handling, label reading, measuring and mealtime manners are also taught. Kids make new friends and enjoy eating their yummy creations together.

Instructor is a veteran educator and her popular YouTube cooking channel “Today’s Creative Mom” has over 8 million views! Instructor: Jill Lodato Location: TCC Fee: $99/Camp ($25 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 6050.201 Jul 16-Jul 19 Mon-Thu 9:30am-12:00pm 6050.202 Jul 16-Jul 19 Mon-Thu 1:00-3:30pm Bakery Boot Camp for Kids* Ages: 7-12 Years This Bakery Boot Camp is a big hit, so sign up early! We’re going to transform the TCC kitchen into a Kid’s Bakery filled with delicious treats. Our young bakers will learn how to make homemade muffins, cupcakes, scones, pies, cookies, cakes, sweet rolls and more! The kids will name the bakery, decorate, and make the menu.

On Thursday, we’ll have a grand opening for parents to come and taste the delicious treats. It will be a week filled with new friends, lots of laughs and the fun of mixing, measuring, and indulging in their yummy creations. Instructor’s YouTube channel “Today’s Creative Mom” has over 8 million views and 200 videos. Campers will receive a recipe book. Please bring a plate, dish towel and hair tie.

Instructor: Jill Lodato Location: TCC Fee: $129/Camp ($25 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 6040.201 Jun 18-Jun 21 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm 6040.202 Jun 18-Jun 21 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm Sweet Treats Baking Camps* Camps are designed specifically for kids and teens who want to learn about the wonderful world of baking and how to make some of their favorite sweet treats. They will use real ingredients that are not processed or from a box! At the end of each class, kids will eat their creations. Our French born cooking instructor will share her techniques in these hands-on baking camps! All levels welcome.

Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: TCC French Macarons Ages: 9-15 Years Fee: $120/Camp ($5 materials fee due to instrutor) Learn step by step how to assemble and make macarons from scratch! Each day will be a new flavor (chocolate, strawberry, vanilla & lemon.) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1650.201 Jun 11-Jun 14 Mon-Thu 9:00-11:30am 1650.202 Jul 23-Jul 26 Mon-Thu 3:15-5:45pm French Pastries Ages: 6-13 Years Fee: $99/Camp ($5 materials fee due to instrutor) Make real French treats from a French born instructor! Camp will be like visiting a Parisian pastry shop with madelines, cream puffs, cakes and more! Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1650.203 Jun 25-Jun 28 Mon-Thu 3:15-5:15pm 1650.204 Jul 30-Aug 2 Mon-Thu 3:15-5:15pm Jr.

Cupcake Wars Ages: 9-15 Years Fee: $99/Camp ($5 materials fee due to instrutor) Cupcakes are all the rage! Camp will finish with a baking battle where teams will compete for the title of “Best Cupcake.” May the best cupcake win! Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1650.205 Jul 23-Jul 26 Mon-Thu 10:45am-12:45pm 1650.206 Jul 30-Aug 2 Mon-Thu 1:00-3:00pm Cookies, Cakes & Cupcakes Ages: 6-13 Years Fee: $75/Camp Mini pastry chefs will make yummy cookies, cakes, cupcakes and sweet treats from scratch! Campers will also learn to decorate their sweet creations! Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1650.207 Jul 30-Aug 2 Mon-Thu 9:00-10:30am *If your child has food allergies, please call 951-694-6480 to confirm if accommodations can be made prior to enrolling in cooking camps.

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

10 Bigfoot’s All-Day Art Camps Ages: 6-16 Years Bigfoot’s all-day camp is back for ANOTHER fun summer! Campers create many different art projects daily, using several different types of media. Drawings, paintings and collages are just some of the projects. Art related games and activities are also on the schedule. Each week has a totally different theme and projects. Snacks are provided. Campers should bring lunch each day. Sign up today for the valley’s only all-day art camp. Instructor: Tony Moramarco Location: Bigfoot’s Art Studio Fee: $180/Camp ($40 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2050.201 Jun 11-Jun 15 Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm 2050.202 Jun 18-Jun 22 Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm 2050.203 Jun 25-Jun 29 Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm 2050.204 Jul 9-Jul 13 Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm 2050.205 Jul 16-Jul 20 Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm 2050.206 Jul 23-Jul 27 Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm 2050.207 Jul 30-Aug 3 Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm 2050.208 Aug 6-Aug 10 Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm Bigfoot’s Teen Entrepreneurs Camp Ages: 11 - 17 Years Teen entrepreneurs will start a virtual budget to create the business of their dreams! They’ll pick a real piece of property, create a logo and marketing strategy, develop products and purchase inventory.

They’ll add employees and try to weather business catastrophes. It’s a fun environment, where teens learn about how to actually make a profit. Students will have their business plans anonymously evaluated by a panel of local consumers. Teens will also learn basic skills in Google Classroom, Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Photoshop. Who will be Bigfoot’s next successful Teen Entrepreneur? Instructor: Jeff Waddleton Location: RHRTPL Fee: $50/4 Wks ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2085.201 Jul 9-Jul 30 Mon 6:00-7:30pm Yes, You Can Draw & Paint Camps Ages: 6 Years - Adult Don’t sit home being bored come createanamazingpainting!Camps start off by creating a beautifully detailed freehand drawing.

Then, explore the magic of mixing a full range of colors using only red, blue and yellow - just like professional artists do! Campers use their new color mixing skills to paint an abstract color wheel, deepening their introduction to color theory. In the last phase, students paint drawings enhancing them with more contrast, texture and depth. Finally, they apply collaging and add the final touches. Join in the fun while gaining valuable knowledge, skills and confidence about making art! Instructor: Yvonne Gaudet Location: JRC Fee: $95/Camp ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2525.201 Jun 18-Jun 20 Mon-Wed 9:30am-12:30pm 2525.202 Jun 26-Jun 28 Tue-Thu 9:30am-12:30pm 2525.203 Jul 11-Jul 13 Wed-Fri 9:30am-12:30pm Bigfoot’s Computer Camps Ages: 11-17 Years Computer campers will enjoy FUN projects and learn more about programming, digital art and gaming.

Activities include: Photoshop, Kodu, tech-themed games and trivia. Snack provided each day.

Instructor: Bigfoot Instructors Location: RHRTPL Fee: $115/Camp ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2060.201 Jun 25-Jun 29 Mon-Fri 10:00am-1:00pm 2060.202 Jul 9-Jul 13 Mon-Fri 10:00am-1:00pm 2060.203 Jul 30-Aug 3 Mon-Fri 10:00am-1:00pm 2060.204 Aug 6-Aug 10 Mon-Fri 10:00am-1:00pm Summer FUN Camps! REGISTER ONLINE @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD

11 Summer Camps 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD Beginning Piano Camps Ages: 6-9 Years This fun new camp is a motivating and fun way to be introduced to beginning piano and musical skills in an interactive setting.

Activities include keyboard and rhythm instrument ensemble playing, games, and more! Keyboards will be provided in class. Instructor: Susan Miyamoto Location: Miyamoto Music Studio Fee: $90/Camp ($10 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2915.201 Jun 18-Jun 21 Mon-Thu 9:30-11:30am 2915.202 Jul 9-Jul 12 Mon-Thu 9:30-11:30am Hip Hop Dance Camps Ages: 9-17 Years Spend the week learning Hip Hop dance from a professional choreographer and dancer who has performed internationally and onTV. In this high energy camp students will explore Hip Hop movements and music. Study the principles and technique of Hip Hop, including athletic form, choreography, break dance, tutting, krumping, turfing and more! Camp is designed for the beginner to advanced dancer.

Instructor: Jamal Cumberbatch Location: MRC Fee: $125/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 4425.201 Jun 11-Jun 15 Mon-Fri 10:00am-12:00pm 4425.202 Jul 23-Jul 27 Mon-Fri 1:00-3:00pm Sing and Play Music Camp Ages: 6-12 Years Come spend a week having fun with music! You will sing, play musical games, perform with percussion instruments that we make ourselves, and have lots of fun together! We will have a brief performance on the last day of camp.

Instructor: Karen Landrum Location: OTTCT Fee: $80/Camp ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 3310.201 Jul 16-Jul 19 Mon-Thu 9:00am-1:00pm Wonders! NASA Rocket Camp Ages: 4-13 Years Join Wonders! in an unforgettable exploration of the furthest reaches of the universe! Build and launch incredible rockets that fly over 1000 feet, experiment with super-cooled liquid air and frozen gases, make paper airplanes that soar over buildings, fire turbo- charged rocket cars, launch a 7-foot tall air rocket, eat astronaut treats, and more!

Instructor: Don Miller Location: JRC Fee: $135/Camp ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1855.201 Jul 23-Jul 26 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm Wonders! Super Camps Ages: 4-13 Years These camps are hands-on fun from beginning to end! Campers will perform over 50 experiments, watch over 30 demonstrations, learn why amazing things happen and enrich your child’s thirst to know more about the world around them.

All camps are unique and can be taken in any order. Instructor: Don Miller Location: JRC Fee: $135/Camp ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Super Camp #1 Build electric motors, assemble balloon-helicopters, make glow-in-the-dark rising and falling octopi, create UV detectors, build rock collections, put together amazing slimes, make rubber-band gun rockets, design invisible inks, fire rocket cars, and much more!

Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1850.201 Jun 18-Jun 21 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm Super Camp #2 Build mini-hovercrafts, experiment with glowing rocks and super-magnets, mix incredible slime collections, mold candles, create surfboard Styrofoam, make genies appear, turn pennies to gold, make underwater candles, assemble marshmallow guns, and more! Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1850.202 Jun 18-Jun 21 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm Super Camp #3 Make fantastic air rockets, fire the ultimate candy cannon, fly blimps, concoct incredible super slimes, launch potatoes, construct tornado bottles, create ultraviolet light detectors, play with fantastic anti-gravity trays, make eerie glow- in-the-dark tubes, build clowns that rise and fall on command, and more! Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1850.203 Jun 25-Jun 28 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm Super Camp #4 Ride real hover-crafts, write with invisible inks, grow crystal gardens, steer floating solar blimps, float hot air balloons, launch giant smoke rings, set off the ultimate Mentos geysers, build lava lamps, make glow-in-the-dark signs, grow fantastic crystals, cast T-rex dinosaur fossils, and more! Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1850.204 Jun 25-Jun 28 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm Super Camp #5 Make planes that fly over buildings, create lightning bolts, produce glow-in- the-dark Styrofoam, cast dinosaur fossils, form super-balls, conduct dry ice experiments, fire marshmallow cannons, build electric switches and buzzers, dip incredible candles, and more!

Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1850.205 Jul 9-Jul 12 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm Super Camp #6 Ride real hovercrafts, make and launch amazing water rockets, fire balloon rockets, make oil tornadoes, collect fossils, explore robotics, make pinhole cameras, build barometers, create lightning, fly remote-controlled dragonflies, and more! Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1850.206 Jul 9-Jul 12 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm Super Camp #7 Build an amazing super-hovercraft, form 3-D glow-in-the-dark crystals, assemble an optical illusion machine, make a candle collection, construct a barometer, dig for real fossils, experiment with lasers, fiber-optics and holograms, create a light diffuser, design a laser burglar alarm, and more! Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1850.207 Jul 23-Jul 26 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm

12 Summer Camps 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD Temecula GLITZ Cheer Star-Spangled Camps Ages: 4.6-13 Years We’ve got spirit...Yes we do!...We’ve got spirit...How about you? In addition to teaching and refining the fundamentals of basic cheerleading skills, this enthusiastic recreational camp focuses on leadership, community building, cooperation, respect, self-confidence, and friendship! Instructor is a former High School Varsity Cheer Captain and Universal Association All Star. Participants will have the option to perform in the City of Temecula 4th of July Parade! Instructor: Brooke Groepper Location: MRC Fee: $99/Camp ($40 materials fee due to instructor (includes cheer t-shirt, patriotic pom pom, cheer bow, crafts and commemorative keepsake) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 4050.201 Jun 25-Jun 28 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:30pm 4050.202 Jun 25-Jun 28 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:30pm Girls Retreat Camp Ages: 5 - 12 Years Hey girls! Make this your new annual kick- off to Summer vacation tradition! Spend your afternoons creating a variety of arts and crafts, designing canvas paintings, making fashionable jewelry and more! Play games, engage in team building events, and meet new friends! Fee includes treats and camp t-shirt.

Instructor: Brooke Groepper Location: MRC Fee: $99/Camp ($25 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 4025.201 Jun 18-Jun 21 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm Princesses in Paradise Camp Ages: 4-8 Years “Hear Ye! Hear Ye!” Calling all princesses of the land!

Summer vacation is here! You are cordially invited to attend this exciting new thematic camp that will feature a variety of arts & crafts, such as princess wands, flower crown designing and cupcake decorating. A nutritious snack will be served daily. A summer Luau themed tea party will be held on the last day of camp. Invite your fellow princesses and make your reservation today! Instructor: Brooke Groepper Location: MRC Fee: $99/Camp ($25 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 4080.201 Jun 18-Jun 21 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm Disney Princess Dance Camp Ages: 4-8 Years Come Ye! Come Ye! All the princesses in the kingdom are invited to spend a week of enchantment as we dance with some of our favorite Disney princesses.

Learn ballet, tap, tumbling and jazz dances to beloved songs from “Under the Sea,” all the way to “Cinderella’s Castle” and more! A daily sparkly craft will be included each day. Dressing up is encouraged. Mermaid Monday, Tangled Tuesday, Cinderella Wednesday, Tiana Thursday and Frozen Friday.

Instructor: Kellie Nichols Location: MRC Fee: $100/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1980.201 Jul 9-Jul 13 Mon-Fri 9:00-11:00am Angelina Ballerina Dance Camp Ages: 4-8 Years Does your aspiring dancer want to be a star just like Angelina Ballerina...the mouseling armed with grace and a zest for fun? Our summer camp is designed to inspire every young dancer who attends! Learn ballet, tap, tumbling and a little wiggly jazz - just like Angelina! A daily sparkly craft project and dance related story/video will enhance the fun! Instructor: Kellie Nichols Location: MRC Fee: $100/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1985.201 Jul 23-Jul 27 Mon-Fri 9:00-11:00am Disney Musical Theater Camp Ages: 5-11 Years Come enjoy the exciting world of Musical Theater, where every child is a star.

Boys and girls can come and enjoy this hands-on 2-week camp where we teach you to sing, dance, and act to Disney musicals. This is your opportunity to explore what it is like to perform and dance in a “real” show. Every child will have the opportunity to audition, land a role, and perform in the showcase held at the end of camp. Don’t miss this magical experience! Fee includes daily snack, craft, script, CD, group cast photo and camp t-shirt. Instructor: Brooke Morris Location: TCC Fee: $167/2 Week Camp ($85 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 4500.201 Jul 2-Jul 13* Mon-Fri 10:30am-12:30pm *Class Skip Dates: Jul 4

13 Gears 2 Robots Summer Camps These educational and hands-on robotic and engineering camps will be filled with fun challenges to keep your future engineers and buildersengagedusingthelatesttechnologies. Be sure to register early, as space is limited! Instructor: Gears 2 Robots Location: MRC Fee: $120/Camp Jr. Battlebots Ages: 5-8 Yrs Using LEGO Mindstorms, compete in exciting games such as Sumo Bots, Tower Siege, and much more! Battle it out against teams to become the ultimate champion. Class# Camp Dates Day Time 2600.201 Jun 11-Jun 14 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm Droid Wars Ages: 7-14 Yrs Build LEGO Mindstorms to race against other Pods, battle AT-ATs, destroy the Death Star, and more! Robot battles between the dark side and light side; which side are you on?

Class# Camp Dates Day Time 2650.201 Jun 11-Jun 14 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm 2650.202 Jul 23-Jul 26 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm Jr. Engineering Mechanics Ages: 5-7 Yrs It’s never too early to start learning how the world works. Using LEGO Mechanisms, we will create contraptions with gears, pulleys, and motors! Become a Junior Engineer and test your system! Have fun while building catapults, power cars, bridges and more! Class# Camp Dates Day Time 2635.201 Jun 18-Jun 21 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm Jr. Robotics Ages: 5-8 Yrs Using visual programming anyone can code in our Jr. Robotics camp. Young engineers will create code to move motors and use sensors! Program the bot to follow your every task.

Complete challenges that require robots to go through a maze, activate a touch sensor, and more!

Class# Camp Dates Day Time 2605.201 Jun 18-Jun 21 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm Battle Bots Ages: 7-14 Yrs Using LEGO Mindstorms, compete in exciting games such as Sumo Bots, Tower Siege, and more! Battle it out against other robot teams in order to be the ultimate champion. See how your engineering skills stack up against the rest! Class# Camp Dates Day Time 2610.201 Jun 25-Jun 28 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm 2610.202 Aug 6-Aug 9 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm RoboMachines Ages: 7-14 Yrs Robots are everywhere these days! Make robotic machines such as an arm, aerial tram, and more! Robots are the future and you are the engineer!

Class# Camp Dates Day Time 2620.201 Jun 25-Jun 28 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm Mars Explorers! Ages: 7-12 Yrs Explore the Big Red Planet! Build mini Mars rovers and probe the Martian surface! Launch rockets, create and design your own robotic arm, invent a safe mechanism for landing, and more! Become an expert in aerospace and traverse new planets! Class# Camp Dates Day Time 2615.201 Jul 9-Jul 12 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm Jr. Jurassic Robots Ages: 5-7 Yrs Join us for a week of fun in the Jurassic Period, where you will build and program LEGO Mindstorms robots to rescue dinosaurs from predators, transport equipment, and outrun Velociraptors!

Class# Camp Dates Day Time 2625.201 Jul 16-Jul 19 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm Princess Robotics Ages: 5-8 Yrs Why choose between being a princess and a robotics engineer? Why not be both and learn to program robots to complete commands, all the while being your favorite princess! Using logic sensors, robots will be used to overcome challenges that princesses in fairy tales face, with a twist! Wear your favorite princess garb and tackle any task that comes your way! Class# Camp Dates Day Time 2660.201 Jul 16-Jul 19 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm Jr. Droid Wars Ages: 5-8 Yrs You don’t have to wait until you’re older to become a Jedi or join the dark side! Build LEGO Mindstroms to race against other Pods, battle AT-ATs, destroy the Death Star, and more! Robot battles between the dark and light side, which side are you on?

Class# Camp Dates Day Time 2630.201 Jul 30-Aug 2 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm LEGO Contraptions Ages: 7-14 Yrs Create with LEGO like never before! Build contraptions to compete against others in exciting challenges like Tower Attack, LEGO Bowling, and more! Class# Camp Dates Day Time 2645.201 Jul 30-Aug 2 Mon-Thu 1:00-4:00pm Robots 101! Ages: 7-12 Yrs Robots are the way of the future and it is your turn to get involved! Become the Robotics Engineer you have always wanted to be and start here! Learn how to build a robot and program its sensors to overcome fun challenges! Utilize sensors to make your robot autonomously complete the tasks at hand! Class# Camp Dates Day Time 2655.201 Aug 6-Aug 9 Mon-Thu 9:00am-12:00pm

Junior Golf Camps Ages: 7-14 Years Looking for a great activity for your child this summer? Look no further! This exciting camp will teach your child the fundamentals of golf in a fun atmosphere by PGA Golf Professional SteveAdamiak and his trained staff. Golf clubs will be provided or can be purchased onsite. Wear comfortable clothing, tennis shoes, and don’t forget your sunblock! Camp fee includes a snack each day. Instructor: Steve Adamiak Location: Legends Club at Temeku Hills Fee: $125/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 1520.201 Jun 11-Jun 15 Mon/Wed/Fri 8:00-11:00am 1520.202 Jun 25-Jun 29 Mon/Wed/Fri 8:00-11:00am 1520.203 Jul 23-Jul 27 Mon/Wed/Fri 8:00-11:00am (CTC) Complete Tennis Summer Camps Ages: 7-15 Years The CTC Summer Camp is designed to keep the fun in tennis while working on the “fun”damentals.Activities include stroke and strategy drills, mini-tournament competitions and lots of fun games.

All levels of experience welcome. Camp fee includes camp t-shirt. Register for more than one week and receive a discount. Please use appropriate class numbers when registering for discounted rates listed below.

Instructor: Kerry Leander Location: TVHS Tennis Camps (1 Week) Class# Camp Dates Days Time Fee 1410.201 Jun 11-Jun 15 Mon-Fri 1:30-4:30pm $115/1 Wk 1410.202 Jun 18-Jun 22 Mon-Fri 1:30-4:30pm $115/1 Wk 1410.203 Jun 25-Jun 29 Mon-Fri 1:30-4:30pm $115/1 Wk Discounted Double Camps (2 Weeks) Sign up for two weeks of camps and pay the Discounted Double Camp fee for a $35 savings. Class# Camp Dates Days Time Fee 1415.201 Jun 11-Jun 22 Mon-Fri 1:30-4:30pm $195/2 Wks 1415.202 Jun 11-15/Jun 25-29 Mon-Fri 1:30-4:30pm $195/2 Wks 1415.203 Jun 18-Jun 29 Mon-Fri 1:30-4:30pm $195/2 Wks Discounted Super Camp (3 Weeks) Sign up for all three weeks of camps and pay the Discounted Super Camp fee for a $60 savings.

Class# Camp Dates Days Time Fee 1420.201 Jun 11-Jun 29 Mon-Fri 1:30-4:30pm $285/3 Wks Viper Volleyball Camps Our camps are packed with volleyball skills, drills, games and more! Camps will not only develop your child’s volleyball skills, but they will also introduce new friendships and a new passion for the game. Our outstanding coaching staff will focus on each athlete’s age and abilities and group them with similar skill levels to ensure every participant is being instructed appropriately. Instructor: Viper Coaches Tiny Tippers Camp Ages: 5-8 Years Location: Rancho Sports Center Fee: $65/Camp ($10 materials fee due to instructor for camp t-shirt) Designed for our youngest athletes.

Soft-touch volleyballs and lower net used which enables campers to focus on skills with age appropriate equipment. Class# Camp Dates Days Time 3015.201 Jul 17-Jul 19 T/W/TH 10:00-11:30am 3015.202 Jul 31-Aug 2 T/W/TH 10:00-11:30am Junior Skills Camp (Beg/Int) Ages: 8-13 Years Location: Rancho Sports Center Fee: $99/Camp ($10 materials fee due to instructor for camp t-shirt) Camp focuses on passing, setting, hitting, serving, blocking and defense. There will be group drills, mini competitions and fun games to help develop an understanding of the game.

Class# Camp Dates Days Time 3010.201 Jul 10-Jul 12 T/W/TH 9:00am-12:00pm 3010.202 Jul 24-Jul 26 T/W/TH 9:00am-12:00pm Intro Beach Volleyball Camp Ages: 8-12 Years Location: Pala Park Fee: $99/Camp ($10 materials fee due to instructor) Designed to teach the fundamentals and skills necessary to play the Olympic sport of 2v2 beach volleyball. There will be group drills, individualized attention and fun competition to help develop an understanding of the game. Our outstanding staff will focus on each athletes’ ability and group them with similar skill levels. All beginning and intermediate levels welcome.

Class# Camp Dates Days Time 3030.201 Jun 18-Jun 20 M/T/W 8:30am-10:30am 3030.202 Aug 8-Aug 10 W/TH/F 8:30am-10:30am 14

EMH Sports Camps EMH sports camps are a great way to improve on skills during summer vacation. All levels welcome! Camps designed for boys and girls, and participants are divided into age-appropriate groups. Campers should wear appropriate clothing, bring a water bottle and wear sunscreen. Instructor: EMH Coaches Tiny Tots Multisport Camp Ages: 2.6-4 Years Your child will have a great time learning soccer, T-ball, basketball, bocce ball, steal the flag, kickball, and Nerf dodgeball.

Parent participation recommended. Location: Temeku Hills Park Fee: $45/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2320.201 Jul 9-Jul 13 Mon-Fri 9:00-10:00am 2320.202 Aug 6-Aug 10 Mon-Fri 9:00-10:00am Multisport Camp Ages: 5-14 Years Improve skills in soccer, football, tennis, basketball, volleyball, dodgeball, kickball, field handball, and softball.

Location: Temeku Hills Park Fee: $80/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2315.201 Jun 18-Jun 22 Mon-Fri 8:30-10:30am 2315.202 Jun 25-Jun 29 Mon-Fri 8:30-10:30am 2315.203 Jul 16-Jul 20 Mon-Fri 8:30-10:30am 2315.204 Jul 30-Aug 3 Mon-Fri 8:30-10:30am Soccer Skills/Conditioning & Agility Camp Ages: 5-14 Years Improve agility, coordination, speed, power, balance, cardio respiratory endurance, and muscular strength. Geared towards improving individual technique/skills, as well as fostering a sense of teamwork. Location: Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park Fee: $80/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2335.201 Jul 9-Jul 13 Mon-Fri 8:00-10:00am Football Skills/Conditioning & Agility Camp Ages: 5-14 Years Blocking dummies, lateral hurdles, parachutes, and ladders will be introduced.

Coacheswillstresspropertacklingtechniques,runningmechanics,acceleration complexes, agility drills, conditioning and football techniques for every position. Location: Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park Fee: $80/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2325.201 Jul 23-Jul 27 Mon-Fri 8:00-10:00am Softball Skills/Conditioning & Agility Camp Ages: 5-14 Years Introduces girls to the sport. Topics covered include defensive training, warm- ups, running drills, throwing, and field mechanics. All equipment is provided, but participants can bring their personal bat, helmet and glove. Location: Ronald Reagan Sports Park Fee: $80/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2340.201 Jul 23-Jul 27 Mon-Fri 8:00-10:00am Baseball Skills/Conditioning & Agility Camp Ages: 5-14 Years Focus on hitting for power, hitting for average, throwing, fielding, and speed/ agility.

Training and stations are always position and skill level-specific so that each participant gets the most out of the camp.

Location: Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park Fee: $80/Camp Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2330.201 Jul 30-Aug 3 Mon-Fri 8:00-10:00am Field Hockey Camps Come out and have some FUN with Olympian, Tiffany Snow Huisman, as she and her outstanding staff will teach you the fundamentals of field hockey through fun drills and game play. Each camp is unique and will introduce new skills, tricks and touches. Beginners are encouraged to join. We look forward to seeing you on the pitch! Sticks are provided. Fee includes jersey (pinnie), camp t-shirt, rope tote and popsocket. NOTE: Please wear athletic shoes (cleats preferred), bring shin guards, mouth guard, water bottle, sunscreen and a snack.

Instructor: Tiffany Huisman Location: Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park Ages: 4.6-9 Years Fee: $80/Camp ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 3120.201 Jun 13-Jun 15 Wed-Fri 8:00-10:00am 3120.202 Jul 10-Jul 12 Tue-Thu 8:00-10:00am 3120.203 Jul 31-Aug 2 Tue-Thu 8:00-10:00am Ages: 10-14 Years Fee: $110/Camp ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Camp Dates Days Time 3130.201 Jun 13-Jun 15 Wed-Fri 8:00-11:00am 3130.202 Jul 10-Jul 12 Tue-Thu 8:00-11:00am 3130.203 Jul 31-Aug 2 Tue-Thu 8:00-11:00am Summer Camps 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD 15 Summer FUN Camps!

REGISTER ONLINE @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD

16 Culture Quest Camp Ages: 6-12 Years Explore the world without leaving the Valley! Culture Quest is a brand NEW exciting summer camp! Culture Quest gives campers the opportunity to experience different cultures from around the world through food, art, activities, and games. Campers will experience a different region each week and a new country each day. Sign up for one, or multiple weeks! Campers must bring a sack lunch each day. A snack will be provided daily. Please notify instructor prior to start date if your child has allergies.

Camps taught by a credentialed TVUSD elementary school teacher who has over 10 years of teaching experience. Instructor: Chris Villanueva Location: TVM Fee: $135/Camp Week #1 - Exploring Europe Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2100.201 Jul 9-Jul 12 Mon-Thu 9:00am-1:00pm Week #2 - Adventures in Asia Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2100.202 Jul 16-Jul 19 Mon-Thu 9:00am-1:00pm Week #3 - Southern Hemisphere Safari Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2100.203 Jul 23-Jul 26 Mon-Thu 9:00am-1:00pm Week #4 - Action in the Americas Class# Camp Dates Days Time 2100.204 Jul 30-Aug 2 Mon-Thu 9:00am-1:00pm Scuba Camp - Beginner Seal Team Ages: 8-12 Years Seal Team Camp is a great way to meet new friends and explore the underwater world! Camp is conducted by certified instructors in a safe pool- only environment.

All equipment is provided and materials fee includes certification, book, DVD, emblem, mask, fins and snorkels which are yours to keep! NOTE: Participants must contact Scuba Center at 951-506-0252 for required reading, DVD and paperwork which must be completed by the Friday before the camp start date. Fee: $125/Camp ($125 materials fee due to instructor) Instructor: Scuba Center Temecula Location: CHS Pool Class# Camp Dates Days Time 3850.201 Jul 9-Jul 13 Mon-Fri 3:00-4:30pm 3850.202 Jul 16-Jul 20 Mon-Fri 3:00-4:30pm Scuba Camp - Master Seal Team Ages: 8-12 Years Continue your adventure with more AquaMissions after completing the Beginner Seal Team camp.

Another fun pool-only experience, conducted by certified trained PADI professionals and reinforce what you learned about the aquatic environment. Must have completed a Beginner Seal Team camp.

NOTE: Participants must contact Scuba Center at 951-506-0252 to be fitted for equipment and for required paperwork which must be completed by the Friday before the camp start date. Fee: $100/Camp ($50 materials fee due to instructor) Instructor: Scuba Center Temecula Location: CHS Pool Class# Camp Dates Days Time 3860.201 Jul 23-Jul 27 Mon-Fri 3:00-4:30pm Day Camp at the (CRC) Community Recreation Center is returning for another summer adventure. Camp hours are 8:00am-6:00pm. Summer Day Camp features a wide variety of fun-filled recreation activities that will keep kids happy and busy all summer long! Every week there will be another new awesome adventure-filled theme for campers to enjoy.

Don’t miss out on the fun. Camp fee includes camp t-shirt, weekly treats, weekly field trips, crafts and much more!

Registration Information Once registration begins, particpants may enroll in any or all of the sessions listed. Registration is done on a first- come, first-serve basis. Due to limited availability Temecula residents are given priority in the registration process. Non-Residents may enroll if space is available on May 29th. Non-residents will pay an additional $10 per session. 6 Mix (6-9 Years) Class# Camp Dates Days Fee 0400.201 Jun 11-Jun 22 Mon-Fri $270/2 Wks 0400.202 Jun 25-Jul 6* Mon-Fri $245/2 Wks 0400.203 Jul 9-Jul 20 Mon-Fri $270/2 Wks 0400.204 Jul 23-Aug 3 Mon-Fri $270/2 Wks 0400.205 Aug 6-Aug 10 Mon-Fri $135/1 Wk 9 Plus (9-12 Years) Class# Camp Dates Days Fee 0405.201 Jun 11-Jun 22 Mon-Fri $270/2 Wks 0405.202 Jun 25-Jul 6* Mon-Fri $245/2 Wks 0405.203 Jul 9-Jul 20 Mon-Fri $270/2 Wks 0405.204 Jul 23-Aug 3 Mon-Fri $270/2 Wks 0405.205 Aug 6-Aug 10 Mon-Fri $135/1 Wk Teens (12-14 Years) Class# Camp Dates Days Fee 0410.201 Jun 11-Jun 22 Mon-Fri $270/2 Wks 0410.202 Jun 25-Jul 6* Mon-Fri $245/2 Wks 0410.203 Jul 9-Jul 20 Mon-Fri $270/2 Wks 0410.204 Jul 23-Aug 3 Mon-Fri $270/2 Wks 0410.205 Aug 6-Aug 10 Mon-Fri $135/1 Wk *Camp Skip Date: Jul 4 Summer Camps 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD

special needs programs Eagle Soar * S.K.I.P. * High Hopes The Community Services Department is committed to providing programs and opportunities for individuals with disabilities. In that effort, staff is available to work closely at meeting the needs of our youth and adults with special needs who participate in City programs. Our goal is to ensure that all individuals enjoy the same quality experience, access to programs, and full participation in our Community events. For more information, contact Yvette Martinez at 951-694-6480.

Eagle Soar Playground & Splash Pad Special Needs Program Ages: All This is a fun, social skills program facilitated by Our Nicholas Foundation, Comprehensive Autism Center and Van Avery Youth Activists.

Therapists are welcome and parent participation is required. Registration held at the event. Location: Eagle Soar Playground at Margarita Park Fee: FREE Dates Days Time Jul 12-Aug 9 Thu 9:00-11:00am Sep 8 Sat 9:00-11:00am Oct 13 Sat 9:00-11:00am Nov 10 Sat 9:00-11:00am S.K.I.P. - Supporting Kids, Involving Parents Ages: Birth - 12 Years SKIP is a social recreational program for children with special needs. Program offers activities, play, parent education and support. Activities are designed to enhance sensory, social and cognitive skills and offer parents time to interact with others who understand what it is like to raise a child with special needs.

Fee: $2/person (Pre-registration is required to secure space) Location: MPSC Activity# Dates Day Time Theme 9200.201 Jul 11 Wed 6:00-7:30pm Sizzling Summer Party 9200.202 Oct 10 Wed 6:00-7:30pm SKIP or Treat Party 9200.203 Nov 14 Wed 6:00-7:30pm Thanksgiving Party High Hopes Ages: 18+ The High Hopes Program provides adults with special needs the opportunity for social interaction with peers, while participating in group activities and events. Events are held at the (MPSC) Mary Phillips Senior Center on Fridays from 6:00-9:00pm, unless otherwise noted. Pre-registration is required and can be completed online or in person at the MPSC.

Events Fee: $2/person (unless otherwise noted) Activity# Date Theme 9220.201 Jun 15 80’s Dance 9220.202 Jul 6 4th of July Celebration 9220.203 Jul 20 Storm Baseball Game 7-10pm ($10/person) 9220.204 Aug 3 Pool Party @ CRC 9220.205 Aug 17 Hawaiian Luau 9220.206 Sep 21 19th Anniversary Party 9220.207 Oct 5 Movie Night 9220.208 Oct 19 Halloween Dance @ CRC 9220.209 Nov 2 Game Night 9220.210 Nov 16 Thanksgiving Social Special Needs Visual Arts Program Ages: 18+ Come learn ways of self-expression, coordination, and imagination through visual arts. Participants will work on a variety of projects and learn about painting, drawing and designing.

This is a student-only program. If student requires special accommodations, parents may stay.

Materials Fee: $10 materials fee due to instructor for supplies Instructor: Mark Allen Gonzales Location: MPSC Activity# Class Dates Days Time Fee 9205.201 Aug 2-Aug 30 Thu 3:00-5:00pm $20/5 Wks 9205.202 Oct 4-Nov 15 Thu 3:00-5:00pm $28/7 Wks Global Citizens Viticulture & Hospitality Vocational Program Ages: 18+ The City of Temecula Community Services Department, in partnership with Spero Vineyards, has designed this training program for young adults with special needs. Students exit the program with a certificate in customer service, a food handler’s card, knowledge in viticulture, and enhanced skills that better prepare them for a job.

Nothing can dim the light which from shines within - Maya Angelou 17 Questions? Call the Class Hotline @ 951-694-6480 Summer/Fall 2018

Bright Start for Kids Bright Start for Kids is the place where preschool-aged children discover that learning is fun! We bring hands-on learning with exciting themes in our five interactive classrooms. Our daily schedule includes activity centers, circle time, music and movement, snack, small group, and story time. We have a whole- child philosophy of teaching focusing on all the developmental domains of learning. Our successful Zoo-phonics early-reading program prepares children for reading readiness.

Our small group time gives each child special attention to their learning style. Your child will develop social skills, cooperative play and independence while also making new friends! A highlight is celebrating special events with families invited. We encourage parents to engage in their child’s learning 15 minutes prior to our start time by interacting in our learning centers. School readiness assessments are done during each session. Our Little Tots program is for children who will begin TK or Kindergarten in August 2020. Pre-Kinder is for children who will attend TK or Kindergarten in August 2019.

The entire Bright Start teaching team is Early Childhood Education certified. Program director, Jill Lodato, has over 20 years ECE experience and has been an instructor for the City of Temecula for 8 years. She has a B.A. in Early Childhood Education and Health Education. Please bring a medium- sized bucket with your child’s name to class. A daily snack is provided. READ REGISTRATION INFORMATION ABOVE PRIOR TO ENROLLING Materials Fee: $40/2 day program and $50/3 day program Instructor: Jill Lodato Location: JRC Little Tots Preschool Enrichment (3-4 Yrs) Session Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee A 6000.201 Aug 16-Sep 20 T/TH 9:30am-12pm $220 B 6000.202 Sep 25-Nov 1 T/TH 9:30am-12pm $240 C 6000.203 Nov 6-Dec 20* T/TH 9:30am-12pm $240 Pre-Kinder Enrichment (4-5.6 Yrs) Session Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee A 6010.201 Aug 15-Sep 21* M/W/F 9:30am-12pm $320 B 6010.202 Sep 24-Nov 2 M/W/F 9:30am-12pm $360 C 6010.203 Nov 5-Dec 21* M/W/F 9:30am-12pm $340 *Class Skip Dates: Sep 3, Nov 12, Nov 19-23 Bear Cub University Watchyourlittle“BearCub”growandthriveinthisstructureddrop-offenrichment program designed to help your preschooler explore, experiment, and discover things on their own through a variety of methods that are a mixture of fun and learning! Each session is packed with fun-filled educational activities and festivities! Bear Cub University makes use of a hands-on, thematic, interactive curriculum that integrates social interaction, calendar/circle time, music and movement, arts and crafts, literacy, self-confidence, and community building along with the practice of sight words, numbers, letters, colors, and shapes.

Bear Cub participants are taught through both large group instruction and small group “activity station rotation.” Kiddie Cubs is designed for children starting kindergarten or TK in August 2020. Kinder Cubs is designed for children starting kindergarten or TK in August 2019. Children must be potty trained to attend. The instructor, Miss Brooke, has a B.A. in Liberal Studies/Elementary Education from San Diego State University. Please bring a medium sized bucket decorated with your child’s name. A healthy snack is provided daily. A calendar detailing the entire session will be provided on the first day.

READ REGISTRATION INFORMATION ABOVE PRIOR TO ENROLLING Materials Fee: $40/2 day program and $50/3 day program Instructor: Brooke Groepper Location: MRC Kiddie Cubs Preschool Enrichment (3-4.7 Yrs) Session Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee A 4005.201 Aug 16-Sep 20 T/TH 9:30am-12pm $220 B 4005.202 Sep 25-Oct 30 T/TH 9:30am-12pm $220 C 4005.203 Nov 6-Dec 18* T/TH 9:30am-12pm $220 Kinder Cubs Pre-K Enrichment (4-5 Yrs) Session Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee A 4010.201 Aug 16-Sep 20 T/TH 12:30-3pm $220 B 4010.202 Sep 25-Oct 30 T/TH 12:30-3pm $220 C 4010.203 Nov 6-Dec 18* T/TH 12:30-3pm $220 Kinder Cubs Pre-K Enrichment (4-5 Yrs) Session Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee A 4015.201 Aug 17-Sep 21* M/W/F 9:30am-12:30pm $299 B 4015.202 Sep 26-Oct 29 M/W/F 9:30am-12:30pm $299 C 4015.203 Nov 5-Dec 17* M/W/F 9:30am-12:30pm $299 *Class Skip Dates: Sep 3, Nov 12, Nov 19-23 Bright Start * Bear Cub University Summer/Fall 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD 18 PLEASE READ CAREFULLY PRIOR TO REGISTRATION! IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION FOR PRESCHOOL ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS The Community Services Department offers three Preschool/Kinder Enrichment drop-off programs.

Bear Cub University, Bright Start for Kids and Miss Cathy’s Tiny Tots are structured recreational programs designed for children ages 3-5. These are not licensed child care programs. Children must be potty trained to attend. Participation in more than one session or more than one program at a time is prohibited. Registration in advance for future sessions is encouraged to secure enrollment, as space is limited. Once registration begins, participants may enroll in Session A, B and/or C at one time provided the session dates do not overlap. Priority is given to Temecula residents for the first 14 days of registration.

Enrollment in one session does not guarantee enrollment in future sessions and registration is done on a first-come, first-serve basis. Register early as classes fill-up quickly and space is limited. Please review program descriptions for detailed class information to determine the best placement for your child. For further clarification or assistance, email Classes@TemeculaCA.gov or contact the Class Hotline at 951-694-6480.

TODDLER enrichment Classes

19 Tiny Tots * Parent & Me Classes Miss Cathy’s Tiny Tots Welcome to Miss Cathy’s Tiny Tots! This program is a structured recreational program with emphasis on socialization and fun. Children enjoy music, fun craft projects, storytelling and many other learning activities which prepare them for their next step in life. Miss Cathy is looking forward to meeting your little ones! Children must be potty trained and should bring a healthy snack to class. Each week parents will have the opportunity to volunteer in class and share in the fun!

READ REGISTRATION INFORMATION PRIOR TO ENROLLING Materials Fee: $10 due to instructor Instructor: Cathy Saunders Location: CRC Terrific 3’s (3 Yrs) Session Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee A 1040.201 Aug 27-Oct 10* M/W 9:15-10:45am $78 A 1040.202 Aug 27-Oct 10* M/W 11am-12:30pm $78 A 1040.203 Aug 27-Oct 10* M/W 1:00-2:30pm $78 B 1040.204 Oct 29-Dec 12* M/W 9:15-10:45am $66 B 1040.205 Oct 29-Dec 12* M/W 11am-12:30pm $66 B 1040.206 Oct 29-Dec 12* M/W 1:00-2:30pm $66 Fabulous 4’s & 5’s (4-5 Yrs) Session Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee A 1045.201 Aug 28-Oct 11* T/TH 9:15-11:00am $84 A 1045.202 Aug 28-Oct 11* T/TH 11:15am-1pm $84 A 1045.203 Aug 28-Oct 11* T/TH 1:30-3:15pm $84 B 1045.204 Oct 30-Dec 13* T/TH 9:15-11:00am $72 B 1045.205 Oct 30-Dec 13* T/TH 11:15am-1pm $72 B 1045.206 Oct 30-Dec 13* T/TH 1:30-3:15pm $72 *Class Skip Dates: Sep 3, Nov 12, Nov 19-22 Parent and Me Playgroup Ages: 2-5 Years This exciting Parent n’ Me program is a great way to spend some fun time with your child or grandchild.

Children enjoy free-play, crafts, story time and group play all while socializing with other children. This class provides an opportunity for toddlers and parents to meet new friends! All activities will be parent-led and self- guided. Pre-registration is required and space is limited. Please bring a snack for the two of you. Siblings under the age of 2 are welcome in class.

Instructor: Jessica Walker Location: CRC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 2410.201 Aug 16-Aug 30 Thu 9:30-11:00am $27/3 Wks 2410.202 Sep 6-Sep 27 Thu 9:30-11:00am $35/4 Wks 2410.203 Oct 4-Oct 25 Thu 9:30-11:00am $35/4 Wks 2410.204 Nov 1-Nov 29* Thu 9:30-11:00am $35/4 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Nov 22 Family Music for Babies Ages: Birth-18 Months Welcome your newborn into a world of music and movement. Family Music for Babies offers an intimate, nurturing environment for you to bond with your child. It’s never too early to begin building a foundation in music that could lead to a lifetime of music making, learning, and enjoyment.

This class is specially designed to offer infants sensory simulation during their most receptive period of neurological development. During this program, you’ll learn special ways to play and communicate with your baby while meeting and making new friends. Instructor: Gina Wingfield Location: Miyamoto Music Studio Fee: $55/7 Wks (Optional $37 materials fee due to instructor for the Complete Baby Pack that includes CD, song book and instrument kit) Class# Class Dates Day Time 2905.201 Aug 29-Oct 10 Wed 10:45-11:15am 2905.202 Oct 24-Dec 12* Wed 10:45-11:15am *Class Skip Dates: Nov 21 Music for Toddlers Ages: 18 Months-2.9 Years Hearing, feeling, moving, singing, sharing and playing MUSIC! Children will absorb and store musical patterns and concepts for enjoyment and growth in their musical endeavors.

Classes promote children’s discovery of music through singing and playing simple rhythm instruments. Parent involvement is required. Instructor: Susan Miyamoto Location: Miyamoto Music Studio Fee: $55/7 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 2900.201 Jun 12-Jul 31* Tue 10:00-10:30am 2900.202 Aug 28-Oct 9 Tue 10:00-10:30am 2900.203 Aug 29-Oct 10 Wed 10:00-10:30am 2900.204 Oct 23-Dec 11* Tue 10:00-10:30am 2900.205 Oct 24-Dec 12* Wed 10:00-10:30am *Class Skip Dates: Jul 3, Nov 20, Nov 21 Yoga for Parent & Me Ages: 12 Months-5 Years This new class is designed with toddlers in mind, helping them move and experience their bodies.

Mommies or daddies can practice with their toddlers in a safe, comfortable and caring environment while getting out of the house and meeting other like-minded parents. Classes are structured to be fun! Instructor will take parents and children through a series of yoga poses and stretches. Please bring a yoga mat to class. Blocks and straps are optional.

Instructor: Kristi Cox Location: MRC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4130.201 Jun 2-Jun 30* Sat 8:30-9:30am $32/4 Wks 4130.202 Jul 7-Aug 4* Sat 8:30-9:30am $32/4 Wks 4130.203 Aug 18-Sep 8 Sat 8:30-9:30am $32/4 Wks 4130.204 Sep 22-Oct 13 Sat 8:30-9:30am $32/4 Wks 4130.205 Oct 27-Dec 15* Sat 8:30-9:30am $48/6 Wks *Class Skip Date: Jun 9, Jul 14, Nov 10, Dec 1 TODDLER enrichment Classes Questions? Call the Class Hotline @ 951-694-6480 Summer/Fall 2018

Get Smart with Art Ages: 2-5 Years For the beginner artist! This is a unique class for children and parents (or their helpers).

Explore shapes, colors, textures, stamping, printing and painting while developing fine motor, language and critical thinking skills. Children are introduced to the work of famous artists and illustrators, multi-cultural art and various art techniques to create a unique framed masterpiece at each class. There are new lessons each session! Instructor: Vivian Matchett Location: TCC Fee: $52/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1320.201 Jun 6-Jun 27 Wed 9:30-10:15am 1320.202 Jun 6-Jun 27 Wed 10:30-11:15am 1320.203 Jul 11-Aug 1 Wed 9:30-10:15am 1320.204 Jul 11-Aug 1 Wed 10:30-11:15am 1320.205 Aug 8-Aug 29 Wed 9:30-10:15am 1320.206 Aug 8-Aug 29 Wed 10:30-11:15am 1320.207 Sep 5-Sep 26 Wed 9:30-10:15am 1320.208 Sep 5-Sep 26 Wed 10:30-11:15am 1320.209 Oct 3-Oct 24 Wed 9:30-10:15am 1320.210 Oct 3-Oct 24 Wed 10:30-11:15am 1320.211 Oct 31-Nov 28* Wed 9:30-10:15am 1320.212 Oct 31-Nov 28* Wed 10:30-11:15am *Class Skip Date: Nov 21 Kids Cooking These hands-on cooking and baking classes teach the fundamentals in a safe environment.

At the end of class kids will eat their creations. Cooking concepts also improve math, reading and social skills. Classes are fun, creative and each session has a unique theme with new recipes. Sample menus can be found online. NOTE: If your child has food allergies, please call 951-694-6480 to confirm if accommodations can be made prior to enrolling in cooking classes.

Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: CRC Tots-n-Pots Ages: 3-6 Years This parent participation cooking class is a great way to spend valuable time with your children and teach them about the food they eat. Please bring a child’s step stool to class. Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1660.201 Aug 29-Sep 12 Wed 9:30-10:30am $45/3 Wks Petite Chefs Ages: 6-13 Years Learn to measure, chop, mix, whip, sauté, knead, zest, decorate and more! Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1665.201 Sep 5-Sep 19 Wed 5:15-6:45pm $59/3 Wks Petite Pastry Chefs Ages: 6-13 Years Learn to bake cakes, cookies, muffins and other yummy treats from scratch.

No boxed mixes in this class!

Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1670.201 Oct 10-Oct 24 Wed 5:15-6:45pm $59/3 Wks Little Mozarts Ages: 4-5 Years Children are introduced to musical and piano concepts using the award winning Music for Little Mozarts curriculum. Program develops singing, movement, and listening skills while teaching piano skills in a fun and stimulating environment. Instructor: Susan Miyamoto Location: Miyamoto Music Studio Fee: $75/6 Wks ($14 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Class Dates Day Time 2910.201 Jun 15-Jul 27* Fri 9:30-10:10am 2910.202 Sep 6-Oct 11 Thu 9:30-10:10am *Class Skip Date: Jun 29 Bigfoot’s Art & Pizza Party Ages: 5-12 Years Parents, drop your kids off for a fun art and pizza party! You can enjoy some free time, while your young artist(s) enjoys fun mixed media art projects.

Fee includes pizza dinner. Miss Katinka has new and fun projects each class. Instructor: Katinka Clementsmith Location: Bigfoot’s Art Studio Fee: $10/Workshop ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Dates Day Time 2075.201 Jun 15 Fri 6:00pm-8:30pm 2075.202 Jul 13 Fri 6:00pm-8:30pm 2075.203 Aug 17 Fri 6:00pm-8:30pm 2075.204 Sep 14 Fri 6:00pm-8:30pm 2075.205 Oct 12 Fri 6:00pm-8:30pm 2075.206 Nov 30 Fri 6:00pm-8:30pm Wonders! Speed Math Ages: 4-12 Years All of math is much easier when students have their basic concepts solidly locked in. Students will labor excessively because they have a few unaddressed deficiencies.

Children will be tested and deficiencies identified. Effective techniques will be used to help easily master facts with speed. If your child has mental blocks with certain problems, these will be addressed. Save your child and yourself from hours of frustration and lay a solid foundation for great success in math. Fee: $65/4 Wks ($10 materials fee due to instructor) Instructor: Don Miller Location: CRC Class# Class Dates Day Time Topic 1800.201 Oct 1-Oct 22 Mon 5:30-6:30pm Addition 1800.202 Oct 29-Nov 26* Mon 5:30-6:30pm Multiplication *Class Skip Date: Nov 12 Friday Scooter Nights! Ages: 4-17 Years Come out to the Skate Park for a fun night filled with trick contests, as well as pizza and refreshments.

There will also be prize drawings and giveaways! Please bring the following required gear: a scooter, helmet, knee and elbow pads. Pre-registration is recommended, as space is limited.

Fee: $5/person Class# Date Day Time 9605.201 Jun 22 Fri 4:00-8:00pm 9605.202 Jul 27 Fri 4:00-8:00pm 9605.203 Aug 10 Fri 4:00-8:00pm Art & Music * Cooking * Math Summer/Fall 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD youth & Teen enrichment 20

21 youth & Teen enrichment Teen Classes * Teen Zone * YAC Questions? Call the Class Hotline @ 951-694-6480 Summer/Fall 2018 Bigfoot’s Epic Video Game Tournaments Ages: 7-17 Years Anepicnightforyounggamers!ThisFUNnight consists of an organized, double elimination tournament on the Wii U, with pizza, and a coloring contest! Winners get awards and everyone gets a prize! Who will be Temecula’s next EPIC Champion?! Instructor: Bigfoot Staff Location: Bigfoot’s Art Studio Fee: $10/tournament ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Dates Day Time 2015.201 Jun 22 Fri 6:00-9:00pm 2015.202 Jul 27 Fri 6:00-9:00pm 2015.203 Aug 31 Fri 6:00-9:00pm 2015.204 Sep 28 Fri 6:00-9:00pm 2015.205 Oct 26 Fri 6:00-9:00pm 2015.206 Nov 16 Fri 6:00-9:00pm Bigfoot’s Teen Entrepreneurs Ages: 11 - 17 Years Teen entrepreneurs will start a virtual budget to create the business of their dreams! They’ll pick a real piece of property, create a logo and a marketing strategy, develop products and purchase inventory.

They’ll add employees and try to weather business catastrophes. It’s a fun environment, where teens learn about how to make a profit. Students will have their business plans anonymously evaluated by a panel of local consumers. Teens will also learn basic skills in Google Classroom, Google Docs, Google Sheets, and Photoshop.

Instructor: Jeff Waddleton Location: RHRTPL Fee: $50/4 Wks ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Class Dates Day Time 2085.201 Jul 9-Jul 30 Mon 6:00-7:30pm 2085.202 Aug 27-Sep 24* Mon 6:00-7:30pm 2085.203 Oct 15-Nov 5 Mon 6:00-7:30pm 2085.204 Nov 19-Dec 10 Mon 6:00-7:30pm *Class Skip Date: Sep 3 Teen Screenwriting Ages: 11-17 Years Do you already have your own characters, yearning to be alive on the screen? We will guide you through the process of taking the creative ideas out of your head and getting them onto the page! Discover how to develop characters; comprehend script organization and the traditional three act narrative; explore how to create tension and plot twists; understand the importance of scene setting and shot selection; and learn how to format your script to ensure it’s readable.

Your well-crafted screenplay is your first step towards becoming a successful writer or director. Please bring a USB drive to save your work. Instructor: Jeff Waddleton Location: RHRTPL Fee: $50/4 Wks ($10 materials fee due to instructor at class) Class# Class Dates Day Time 2810.201 Jul 11-Aug 1 Wed 6:00-7:30pm 2810.202 Sep 5-Sep 26 Wed 6:00-7:30pm 2810.203 Nov 7-Dec 5* Wed 6:00-7:30pm *Class Skip Date: Nov 21 Teen Zone Want something to do after school? The CRC Teen Zone is a safe and fun place for teens to hang out with friends. Our staff will engage teens in activities that include billiards, video games, movies, foosball, ping pong and basketball during gym time! The Teen Zone is for 6th-12th grade TVUSD students only.

Please check out our monthly calendar for fun activities. Location: CRC Fee: $1/annually (school ID required) Schedule (subject to change) Mon-Fri 2:30-8:45pm (12:30-8:45pm during Summer) Sat 11am-8:45pm Sun CLOSED Youth Advisory Council (YAC) Ages: 14-18 Years Are you interested in becoming more involved in the local community? Are you passionate about outreach and service? If so, you are the individuals we are looking for! YAC is comprised of advisors, a leadership team, and youth members who will play a significant role in representing the local youth population. YAC is dedicated to empowering, improving, and connecting the lives of our Temecula youth to create change in the community.

For more information, please call 951-694-6480.

Dates Day Time Location Aug 22-Nov 28 2nd/4th Wed 5:00-6:00pm CRC Bigfoot’s Teen Drawing & Anime Club Ages: 11-17 Years Bigfoot’s Teen Drawing & Anime Club is the valley’s most fun, consistent, and safe environment for tween and teen fans of Anime! Each member gets a membership badge, has the opportunity to cosplay, share their artwork every week, draw their favorite characters and learn NEW drawing tips and techniques. We also enjoy FUN anime-themed activities. Instructor: Bigfoot Instructors Location: RHRTPL Fee: $50/4 Wks ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Class Dates Day Time 2045.201 Aug 7-Aug 28 Tue 5:30-7:00pm 2045.202 Sep 4-Sep 25 Tue 5:30-7:00pm 2045.203 Oct 9-Oct 30 Tue 5:30-7:00pm 2045.204 Nov 6-Nov 27 Tue 5:30-7:00pm Bigfoot’s Teen Photoshop Ages: 11-17 Years Students will complete AMAZING graphic design projects, while learning important Photoshop skills.

Led by a Graphic Design professional, this fun- filled class features a project-based curriculum, focusing on a different, popular design challenge each session. Students will develop their design portfolio, and explore their imaginations, all in a creative environment! Instructor: Jeff Waddleton Location: RHRTPL Fee: $65/4 Wks ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Class Dates Day Time 2065.201 Jun 14-Jul 5 Thu 6:00-7:30pm 2065.202 Aug 9-Aug 30 Thu 6:00-7:30pm 2065.203 Oct 4-Oct 25 Thu 6:00-7:30pm

Summer/Fall 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD Ages: 7-17 Years Disney’s The Little Mermaid is a beautiful love story for the ages. This broadway musical will capture your heart with its irresistible songs including “Under the Sea,” “Kiss the Girl” and “Part of Your World.” King Triton’s youngest daughter, Ariel, longs for a world beyond the sea. She wishes to pursue the human Prince Eric in the world above bargaining with the evil sea witch, Ursula, to trade her tail for legs. But the bargain is not what it seems, and Ariel needs the help of her colorful friends, Flounder the fish, Scuttle the seagull and Sebastian the crab to restore order under the sea.

There are a variety of roles, large and small, to fit all ages and levels of experience. This class is taught by TVUSD Drama/Music/Dance teachers. This 18-week program includes 16 weeks of rehearsals and one week of dress rehearsals, concluding with multiple performances that will be held at the beautiful Old Town Temecula Community Theater. Auditions will be taught at the first class and no materials or experience necessary. Not all roles will be required to attend each rehearsal. Please see instructor provided calendar for detailed list of when each role will be required to attend. Performance Dates: Jan 18-20, 25-27, 2019 Performing Arts Classes Youth Musical Theater Program Instructor: Jennifer Stuart Rehearsal Location: JRC Fee: $200/16 Wks Materials Fee: $115 due to instructor *Fee includes scripts, professional quality cast photo, a cast t-shirt, most costume pieces.

Some basic costume elements will need to be provided at a minimal cost to participant. Performance tickets for families and friends can be purchased at a reduced fee. Class# Class Dates Day Time 3400.201 Sep 4-Jan 10* Tue/Thu 4:15-6:15pm *Class Skip Dates: Nov 20-23, Dec 25-Jan 3 22

Broadway Musical Theater Come join in the fun of learning fun dance moves to your favorite musicals. Instruction includes tap, jazz and singing. Participants will showcase their talents on the last class of each session. Come sing and dance your way through “Broadway.” Tap and jazz shoes required. Instructor: Brooke Morris Location: TCC Ages: 4-6 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4530.201 Aug 22-Oct 10 Wed 4:15-4:55pm $80/8 Wks 4530.202 Oct 17-Dec 12* Wed 4:15-4:55pm $70/7 Wks Ages: 7-9 Years (Beginning) Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4535.201 Aug 22-Oct 10 Wed 5:00-5:40pm $80/8 Wks 4535.202 Oct 17-Dec 12* Wed 5:00-5:40pm $70/7 Wks Ages: 8-11 Years (Int/Adv) Participants must have a minimum of 3 years dance experience to enroll.

Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4540.201 Aug 22-Oct 10 Wed 5:45-6:25pm $80/8 Wks 4540.202 Oct 17-Dec 12* Wed 5:45-6:25pm $70/7 Wks Ages: 10-15 Years (Beginning) Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4545.201 Aug 22-Oct 10 Wed 6:30-7:10pm $80/8Wks 4545.202 Oct 17-Dec 12* Wed 6:30-7:10pm $70/7 Wks Class Skip Dates: Oct 31, Nov 21 Broadway Musical Theater (Advanced) Ages: 13-18 Years This is a triple threat style class focusing on audition preparation with singing, dancing, and acting. Learn to be the performer you want to be! Students will gain control and have a better understanding of performance for musical theater.

Participants will showcase their talents on the last class of each session. Tap and jazz shoes required.

Instructor: Brooke Morris Location: TCC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4550.201 Aug 22-Oct 10 Wed 7:15-7:55pm $80/8 Wks 4550.202 Oct 17-Dec 12* Wed 7:15-7:55pm $70/7 Wks Class Skip Dates: Oct 31, Nov 21 City of Temecula Children’s Chorus Ages: 6-13 Years Calling all singers! The City of Temecula Children’s Chorus is for all children who love to sing. We will learn to sing and perform with simple choreography in a choral setting. Along the way, we will learn that discipline and hard work are required to sing as a unified chorus. Solos and speaking parts are available, but not required. Concert will be held at the last class.

Materials Fee: $15 due to instructor (includes CD and t-shirt) Instructor: Karen Landrum Location: OTTCT Fee: $100/12 Wks Class# Class Date Day Time 3300.201 Sep 5-Dec 5* Wed 6:00-7:00pm Class Skip Dates: Oct 31, Nov 21 Ballet Folklorico Learn the beautiful and traditional folk dances of Mexico. Some dances require special dresses to be performed traditionally and the purchase of these is optional. This class is for boys and girls. Practice skirts are provided during class. Advanced students will have the opportunity to perform in recitals held within the community. These recitals are at the discretion of the instructor and are not associated with the City of Temecula.

Instructor: Lorena Hancock Location: MRC Beginner Ages: 3-8 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 3700.201 Jun 4-Jun 25 Mon 4:30-5:30pm $28/4 Wks 3700.202 Jul 2-Jul 30 Mon 4:30-5:30pm $35/5 Wks 3700.203 Aug 6-Aug 27 Mon 4:30-5:30pm $28/4 Wks 3700.204 Sep 10-Sep 24 Mon 4:30-5:30pm $21/3 Wks 3700.205 Oct 1-Oct 29 Mon 4:30-5:30pm $35/5 Wks 3700.206 Nov 5-Nov 26* Mon 4:30-5:30pm $21/3 Wks Beginner/Intermediate Ages: 9-16 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 3710.201 Jun 4-Jun 25 Mon 6:30-7:30pm $28/4 Wks 3710.202 Jul 2-Jul 30 Mon 6:30-7:30pm $35/5 Wks 3710.203 Aug 6-Aug 27 Mon 6:30-7:30pm $28/4 Wks 3710.204 Sep 10-Sep 24 Mon 6:30-7:30pm $21/3 Wks 3710.205 Oct 1-Oct 29 Mon 6:30-7:30pm $35/5 Wks 3710.206 Nov 5-Nov 26* Mon 6:30-7:30pm $21/3 Wks Advanced Ages: 9-16 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 3715.201 Jun 4-Jun 25 Mon 5:30-6:30pm $28/4 Wks 3715.202 Jul 2-Jul 30 Mon 5:30-6:30pm $35/5 Wks 3715.203 Aug 6-Aug 27 Mon 5:30-6:30pm $28/4 Wks 3715.204 Sep 10-Sep 24 Mon 5:30-6:30pm $21/3 Wks 3715.205 Oct 1-Oct 29 Mon 5:30-6:30pm $35/5 Wks 3715.206 Nov 5-Nov 26* Mon 5:30-6:30pm $21/3 Wks Class Skip Dates: Nov 12 23 23 Performing Arts Classes Musical Theater * Folklorico * Chorus Questions? Call the Class Hotline @ 951-694-6480 Summer/Fall 2018 Temecula Community Services TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD

Performing Arts Classes Ballet * Tumble * Jazz * Cheer Summer/Fall 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD Ballet Classes Learn the beautiful art of ballet in a musical, fun and creative environment! Class combines the grace and technique of classical ballet, with a princess twist! Dance attire and pink leather ballet shoes required. Parent Observation Day is the last class of each month. Instructor: Kellie Nichols Location: MRC Fee: $108/11 Wks Tiny Princess Ages: 3-4 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 1905.201 Sep 5-Nov 28* Wed 10:00-10:45am 1905.202 Sep 5-Nov 28* Wed 2:00-2:45pm Beginning Princess Ages: 5-7 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 1910.201 Sep 5-Nov 28* Wed 3:00-3:45pm Beg/Int Princess Ages: 8-13 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 1915.201 Sep 5-Nov 28* Wed 6:00-6:45pm *Class Skip Dates: Oct 31, Nov 21 Pre-Dance & Tumble Ages: 3-4 Years The perfect introduction to dance and movement,thisfun-filled,creativeprogram teaches preschool-aged dancers skills needed in any future class.

Structured to ensure success for every child and to keep them wanting more! Participants will dance, tumble, gain coordination and self-confidence during this non-parent participation class. Dance clothes and pink leather ballet shoes required. Parent Observation Day is the last class each month.

Instructor: Kellie Nichols Location: MRC Fee: $108/11 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1900.201 Sep 5-Nov 28* Wed 9:00-9:45am *Class Skip Dates: Oct 31, Nov 21 Jazz/Hip Hop Fusion Come move and groove to the music in this fun and funky class! Class combines the technique of jazz with the fun and funk of hip hop! Your dancers will dance to the popular music they love while gaining flexibility, technical ability and musicality. Black jazz pants and black leather jazz shoes required. Parent Observation Day is the last class of each month.

Instructor: Kellie Nichols Location: MRC Fee: $108/11 Wks Ages: 4-6 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 1930.201 Sep 5-Nov 28* Wed 4:00-4:45pm Ages: 7-11 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 1935.201 Sep 5-Nov 28* Wed 5:00-5:45pm *Class Skip Dates: Oct 31, Nov 21 Temecula GLITZ! We’ve got spirit.....Yes we do! We’ve got spirt...How about you? In addition to teaching and refining the fundamentals of basic cheerleading skills, this enthusiastic recreational 10-week cheerleading class focuses on leadership, community building, cooperation, self-confidence, respect and friendship! Instructor is a former High School Varsity Cheer Captain, and Universal Cheerleader Association All Star.

Participants will have the option to perform in the City of Temecula Santa’s Electric Light Parade. Materials Fee: $40 due to instructor (includes poms, Glitz t-shirt, cheer bow and trophy) Instructor: Brooke Groepper Location: MRC Mini GLITZ Ages: 4-7.6 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4030.201 Sep 25-Dec 4* Tue 4:00-4:45pm $99/10 Wks Mega GLITZ Ages: 7.6-12 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4035.201 Sep 25-Dec 4* Tue 5:00-6:15pm $129/10 Wks Mini/Mega Combo GLITZ Ages: 5-12 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4040.201 Sep 27-Dec 6* Thu 4:00-5:00pm $115/10 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Nov 20, Nov 22 24 Temecula Community Services TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD

Hawaiian Tahitian Dance PolynesianDanceinstructionforfunand enjoyment! Learn the basic movements of the graceful Hawaiian Hula, the fun Maori poi balls and the exciting Tahitian Dance. Intermediate/Advanced classes designed for returning dancers and must be approved by the instructor. Optional opportunity to participate in recitals that may require costumes to be purchased or made by the participant. Instructor: Aileen Manalili-de Villa Location: JRC Beginning Keikis I Ages: 4.6 - 7 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1200.201 Jun 12-Jul 31 Tue 5:15-5:45pm $50/8 Wks 1200.202 Aug 14-Oct 2 Tue 5:15-5:45pm $50/8 Wks 1200.203 Oct 9-Nov 27 Tue 5:15-5:45pm $50/8 Wks Beginning Keikis I Ages: 4.6 - 7 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1201.201 Jun 14-Aug 2 Thu 5:00-5:30pm $50/8 Wks 1201.202 Aug 16-Oct 4 Thu 5:00-5:30pm $50/8 Wks 1201.203 Oct 11-Nov 29* Thu 5:00-5:30pm $45/7 Wks Beginning Keikis II Ages: 7-11 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1202.201 Jun 12-Jul 31 Tue 6:00-6:45pm $50/8 Wks 1202.202 Aug 14-Oct 2 Tue 6:00-6:45pm $50/8 Wks 1202.203 Oct 9-Nov 27 Tue 6:00-6:45pm $50/8 Wks Beginning Keikis II Ages: 7-11 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1203.201 Jun 14-Aug 2 Thu 5:30-6:15pm $50/8 Wks 1203.202 Aug 16-Oct 4 Thu 5:30-6:15pm $50/8 Wks 1203.203 Oct 11-Nov 29* Thu 5:30-6:15pm $45/7 Wks Intermediate Keikis Ages: 7-13 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1204.201 Jun 13-Aug 1* Wed 5:00-6:00pm $45/7 Wks 1204.202 Aug 15-Oct 3 Wed 5:00-6:00pm $50/8 Wks 1204.203 Oct 10-Nov 28* Wed 5:00-6:00pm $45/7 Wks Advanced Keikis Ages: 11-14 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1205.201 Jun 13-Aug 1* Wed 6:00-7:00pm $45/7 Wks 1205.202 Aug 15-Oct 3 Wed 6:00-7:00pm $50/8 Wks 1205.203 Oct 10-Nov 28* Wed 6:00-7:00pm $45/7 Wks Beg.

Teens & Adults Ages: 11-25 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1206.201 Jun 14-Aug 2 Thu 6:30-7:30pm $50/8 Wks 1206.202 Aug 16-Oct 4 Thu 6:30-7:30pm $50/8 Wks 1206.203 Oct 11-Nov 29* Thu 6:30-7:30pm $45/7 Wks Int. Teens & Adults Ages: 14 Years-Adults Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1207.201 Jun 14-Aug 2 Thu 7:30-8:30pm $50/8 Wks 1207.202 Aug 16-Oct 4 Thu 7:30-8:30pm $50/8 Wks 1207.203 Oct 11-Nov 29* Thu 7:30-8:30pm $45/7 Wks Adv. Teens & Adults Ages: 16 Years - Adults Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1208.201 Jun 13-Aug 1* Wed 7:00-8:30pm $45/7 Wks 1208.202 Aug 15-Oct 3 Wed 7:00-8:30pm $50/8 Wks 1208.203 Oct 10-Nov 28* Wed 7:00-8:30pm $45/7 Wks Beg./Int.

Adults Ages: 18+ Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1209.201 Jun 12-Jul 31 Tue 7:00-8:00pm $50/8 Wks 1209.202 Aug 14-Oct 2 Tue 7:00-8:00pm $50/8 Wks 1209.203 Oct 9-Nov 27 Tue 7:00-8:00pm $50/8 Wks Adv. Skills & Drills Ages: 5 Years - Adults This advanced class is designed in preparation for Ori Tahiti competitions for students currently enrolled in Hawaiian Tahitian Dance classes through the City of Temecula. All participants must be pre-approved by instructor prior to enrolling in class. Participants will have an opportunity to compete in competitions at the discretion of the instructor. See receipt notes for complete class schedule.

NOTE: Independent competitions are not associated with the City of Temecula.

Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1210.201 Jun 11-Jul 30 Mon 5:30-7:00pm $56/9 Wks 1210.202 Aug 10-Oct 1* Mon/Fri 5:30-7:00pm $56/9 Wks 1210.203 Oct 8-Nov 19* Mon 5:30-7:00pm $40/6 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Jul 4, Sep 3, Oct 31, Nov 12, Nov 22 Hawaiian Tahitian Dance for Boys Ages: 6-12 Years Class designed specifically for boys wanting to learn the basics of the Tamaroa Tahitian dance. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in the annual recital that will require costumes to be purchased or made. Instructor: Aileen Manalili-de Villa Location: JRC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1215.201 Jun 13-Aug 1* Wed 4:15-5:00pm $45/7 Wks 1215.202 Aug 15-Oct 3 Wed 4:15-5:00pm $50/8 Wks 1215.203 Oct 10-Nov 28* Wed 4:15-5:00pm $45/7 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Jul 4, Oct 31 Hip Hop Dance Ages: 9-17 Years Learn Hip Hop from professional choreographer and dancer, Jamal Cumberbatch! In this exciting high energy new class, we will explore Hip Hop movement, music and culture.

Students will learn the development of Hip Hop dance through the study of aesthetic principles which includes the fundamentals of technique, athletic form, choreography, break dance, tutting, krumping, turfing and more! Instructor: Jamal Cumberbatch Location: TCC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4400.201 Jul 2-Jul 16 Mon 4:00-5:00pm $42/3 Wks 4400.202 Aug 13-Sep 10* Mon 4:00-5:00pm $55/4 Wks 4400.203 Sep 17-Oct 15 Mon 4:00-5:00pm $69/5 Wks 4400.204 Oct 22-Nov 19* Mon 4:00-5:00pm $55/4 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Sep 3, Nov 12 25 Performing Arts Classes Hawaiian Tahitian Dance * Hip Hop Questions? Call the Class Hotline @ 951-694-6480 Summer/Fall 2018

Preschool Gymnastics Ready, Set, Go! Preschool gymnastics is all about movement, jumping, climbing and rolling. Children will learn tumbling, bars, balance beam, vaulting and trampoline skills on equipment designed for their size. Patterning in our weekly obstacle courses will increase your child’s reading-readiness skills and build healthy exercise habits that last a lifetime! Instructor: Cartwheels Instructors Location: CRC Junior Jumpers (Parent Participation) Ages: 18 Months-2 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1700.201 Aug 22-Oct 3 Wed 9:15-10:00am $84/7 Wks 1700.202 Aug 22-Oct 3 Wed 10:15-11:00am $84/7 Wks 1700.203 Oct 10-Dec 12* Wed 9:15-10:00am $96/8 Wks 1700.204 Oct 10-Dec 12* Wed 10:15-11:00am $96/8 Wks Little Jumpers Ages: 3-5 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1705.201 Aug 22-Oct 3 Wed 9:15-10:00am $84/7 Wks 1705.202 Aug 22-Oct 3 Wed 10:15-11:00am $84/7 Wks 1705.203 Aug 22-Oct 3 Wed 11:15am-12pm $84/7 Wks 1705.204 Oct 10-Dec 12* Wed 9:15-10:00am $96/8 Wks 1705.205 Oct 10-Dec 12* Wed 10:15-11:00am $96/8 Wks 1705.206 Oct 10-Dec 12* Wed 11:15am-12pm $96/8 Wks Beginning Gymnastics & Tumbling Ages: 5-12 Years Teaches the basics in tumbling, bars, balance beam, vault and air track.

Students learn forward rolls, handstands, cartwheels, bridges, roundoffs, back walkovers and more! Our motivated coaches will encourage participants to work hard and have fun while learning new skills. Students will be divided into age/skill-appropriate groups.

Instructor: Cartwheels Instructors Location: CRC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1710.201 Aug 22-Oct 3 Wed 2:00-2:55pm $88/7 Wks 1710.202 Aug 22-Oct 3 Wed 3:00-3:55pm $88/7 Wks 1710.203 Oct 10-Dec 12* Wed 2:00-2:55pm $100/8 Wks 1710.204 Oct 10-Dec 12* Wed 3:00-3:55pm $100/8 Wks *Class Skip Date: Oct 31, Nov 21 Beginner Baseball League Ages: 3.6-5 Years This league is designed for children who miss the age cut-off date for Little League. It is non–competitive and no scoring is kept. Children will hit off a tee (no pitching). Parents are encouraged to participate. The goal of this league is to have fun, develop new skills, enjoy wearing a hat, uniform and being part of a team for the very first time.

Hat, team shirt, trophy and team picture included. The first two weeks are designated “spring training” and the last six weeks are games. Instructor: Master Sports Coaches Fee: $115/8 Wks Location: Long Canyon Creek Park (Cross street Margarita Road/N. General Kearny) Class# Class Dates Day Time 2210.201 Sep 15-Nov 3 Sat 1:00-2:00pm JR. Sports Ages: 3-6 Years This popular program allows participants to play soccer, basketball, tee-ball, flag football and track n’ field all in one class! Our coaching philosophy is to give participants a foundation in each sport by incorporating rules into modified games that are age-appropriate and most importantly, lots of fun.

Class shirt is included with fee. Each season there is a new giveaway!

Instructor: Master Sports Coaches Fee: $105/8 Wks Location: Long Canyon Creek Park (Cross street Margarita Road/N. General Kearny) Ages: 3-4 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 2205.201 Sep 10-Oct 29 Mon 8:40-9:30am 2205.202 Sep 10-Oct 29 Mon 9:30-10:20am 2205.203 Sep 11-Oct 30 Tue 8:40-9:30am 2205.204 Sep 11-Oct 30 Tue 9:30-10:20am 2205.205 Sep 15-Nov 3 Sat 8:40-9:30am 2205.206 Sep 15-Nov 3 Sat 9:30-10:20am Ages: 4-5 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 2206.201 Sep 10-Oct 29 Mon 10:20-11:10am 2206.202 Sep 10-Oct 29 Mon 11:10am-12pm 2206.203 Sep 11-Oct 30 Tue 10:20-11:10am 2206.204 Sep 11-Oct 30 Tue 11:10am-12pm 2206.205 Sep 15-Nov 3 Sat 10:20-11:10am 2206.206 Sep 15-Nov 3 Sat 11:10am-12pm Ages: 5-6 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 2207.201 Sep 15-Nov 3 Sat 12:00-12:50pm Sports & fitness Classes Gymnastics * JR.

Sports * Baseball Summer/Fall 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD 26 Creating Community Through People, Parks & Programs “It’s What We Do!”

Soccer Skills Ages: 2-10 Years This soccer program improves ball handling, goal scoring, passing and more, through fun and imaginative drills and games. Emphasis is given to improving motor skills, strength and conditioning, and overall awareness of what is occurring on the soccer field. Classes are formatted with games and drills that are perfect for all levels of play, including beginners and experienced players. NOTE: All participants receive an official Master Sports Soccer Ball and a t-shirt! Parents in parent participation class also receive class shirts! Instructor: Master Sports Coaches Fee: $105/8 Wks Location: Long Canyon Creek Park (Cross street Margarita Road/N.

General Kearny) Parent Participation Ages: 2-3.6 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 2200.201 Sep 12-Oct 31 Wed 9:00-9:30am 2200.202 Sep 12-Oct 31 Wed 9:40-10:10am Junior Ages: 3.6-4 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 2201.201 Sep 12-Oct 31 Wed 10:15-10:55am 2201.202 Sep 15-Nov 3 Sat 9:00-9:40am Soccer 1 Ages: 4-5 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 2202.201 Sep 12-Oct 31 Wed 11:00-11:45am 2202.202 Sep 12-Oct 31 Wed 2:00-2:45pm 2202.203 Sep 15-Nov 3 Sat 9:45-10:30am Soccer 2 Ages: 5-7 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 2203.201 Sep 12-Oct 31 Wed 3:00-3:50pm 2203.202 Sep 15-Nov 3 Sat 10:35-11:25am Soccer 3 Ages: 8-10 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time 2204.201 Sep 12-Oct 31 Wed 4:00-5:00pm 2204.202 Sep 15-Nov 3 Sat 11:30am-12:30pm Field Hockey Ages: 4.6-14 Years Come out and have some FUN with Olympian, Tiffany Snow Huisman, as she and her outstanding staff will teach you the fundamentals of field hockey through fun drills and game play.

Each class is unique and will introduce new skills, tricks and touches. Beginners are encouraged to join. We look forward to seeing you on the pitch! Sticks are provided. NOTE: Please wear athletic shoes (cleats preferred), bring shin guards, mouth guard, and water bottle. Instructor: Tiffany Huisman Location: Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park - Field 1 Materials Fee: $20 due to instructor for jersey (pinnie), t-shirt, rope tote and popsocket.

Ages: 4.6-9 Years Class# Class Dates Days Time Fee 3100.201 Nov 6-Dec 18* Tue 4:30-5:15pm $60/6 Wks Ages: 10-14 Years Class# Class Dates Days Time Fee 3110.201 Nov 6-Dec 18* Tue 5:30-6:30pm $75/6 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Nov 20 New Instructor spotlight Tiffany snow Huisman 27 Sports & fitness Classes Soccer Skills * Field Hockey Questions? Call the Class Hotline @ 951-694-6480 Summer/Fall 2018 2008 Olympian, Tiffany Snow Huisman, established 79 Field Hockey Inc. in 2016 in an effort to promote the sport of field hockey here in the Temecula Valley. Collegiality, Tiffany competed at Old Dominion University where they won the NCAA Division I National Champion title in 2000 and she was named the 2002 Collegiate Field Hockey Player of the Year.

She went on to compete with the USA National Team, representing Team USA in major tournaments; 2006 World Cup, 2007 Pan Am Games and 2008 Olympic Games. Tiffany has coached collegiately at the NCAA DI level, high school and youth levels. We aim to develop and promote the ideals of accountability, hard work, teamwork, and leadership through the spirit of competition, discipline and fair play. We are committed to providing youth programs that maintain the highest standards while providing a fun, positive and passionate approach to learning.

Basketball Skills - Tiny Tots Ages: 2.6-4 Years Designed to introduce the basics of basketball to boys and girls through physical play, coordination and movement based activities. Fundamentals of dribbling, passing and shooting will be covered. EMH coaches will use a variety of modified approaches and fun games to foster kids’ understanding of the sport. Parent involvement is welcome. Class is precursor to Beginning Basketball class. Instructor: EMH Coaches Location: CRC Gym Fee: $25/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 2300.201 Jun 5-Jun 26 Tue 4:00-4:30pm 2300.202 Jul 10-Jul 31 Tue 4:00-4:30pm 2300.203 Aug 7-Aug 28 Tue 4:00-4:30pm 2300.204 Sep 4-Sep 25 Tue 4:00-4:30pm 2300.205 Oct 2-Oct 23 Tue 4:00-4:30pm Basketball Skills - Beginning Ages: 5-12 Years Introductory class instructs on the fundamentals of basketball.

Focus is on ball- handling, dribbling, and shooting. Participants also learn good sportsmanship, teamwork, and the value of fair play. Focus on defensive drills, triple threat, boxing out to layups and free throw shooting. Lines of court and other guidelines also covered. Our outstanding coaches take an individual interest in each child regardless of his/her ability. Class is precursor to Intermediate Basketball class.

Instructor: EMH Coaches Location: CRC Gym Fee: $38/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 2305.201 Jun 5-Jun 26 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 2305.202 Jul 10-Jul 31 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 2305.203 Aug 7-Aug 28 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 2305.204 Sep 4-Sep 25 Tue 4:30-5:30pm 2305.205 Oct 2-Oct 23 Tue 4:30-5:30pm Basketball Skills - Intermediate Ages: 10-16 Years Designedtointroduceplayerstothecompetitive realm of basketball. Players should have good understanding of the fundamentals. Game situations and strategies, college level drills and advanced dribbling will be demonstrated. Participants will leave with an understanding of what coaches want in a player.

Games will be played during class to reinforce lessons. Instructor: EMH Coaches Location: CRC Gym Fee: $50/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 2310.201 Jun 5-Jun 26 Tue 5:30-6:30pm 2310.202 Jul 10-Jul 31 Tue 5:30-6:30pm 2310.203 Aug 7-Aug 28 Tue 5:30-6:30pm 2310.204 Sep 4-Sep 25 Tue 5:30-6:30pm 2310.205 Oct 2-Oct 23 Tue 5:30-6:30pm Golf Lessons PGA Professional Steve Adamiak and his experienced staff offer a wonderful introduction to the game of golf. Students learn proper skills and fundamentals, swing techniques and course etiquette. Clinics are tailored to each specific age group and participants’ skill level.

Golf clubs provided if needed, or can be purchased on site.

Instructor: Steve Adamiak Location: Legends Club at Temeku Hills Little Swingers Ages: 3-5 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1500.201 Sep 5-Sep 26 Wed 10:30-11:15am $45/4 Wks 1500.202 Oct 31-Nov 14 Wed 10:30-11:15am $34/3 Wks 1500.203 Nov 28-Dec 12 Wed 10:30-11:15am $34/3 Wks Junior Golf Clinic Ages: 6-10 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1501.201 Jun 6-Jun 27 Wed 3:30-4:30pm $60/4 Wks 1501.202 Jul 18-Aug 1 Wed 3:30-4:30pm $45/3 Wks 1501.203 Aug 8-Aug 29 Wed 3:30-4:30pm $60/4 Wks 1501.204 Sep 5-Oct 3 Wed 3:30-4:30pm $75/5 Wks 1501.205 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 2:30-3:30pm $75/5 Wks Junior Golf Clinic Ages: 8-16 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1502.201 Jun 6-Jun 27 Wed 5:00-6:00pm $60/4 Wks 1502.202 Jul 18-Aug 1 Wed 5:00-6:00pm $45/3 Wks 1502.203 Aug 8-Aug 29 Wed 5:00-6:00pm $60/4 Wks 1502.204 Sep 5-Oct 3 Wed 5:00-6:00pm $75/5 Wks 1502.205 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 4:00-5:00pm $75/5 Wks Senior Golf Clinic Ages: 50+ Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1504.201 Jun 5-Jun 26 Tue 8:00-9:00am $50/4 Wks 1504.202 Jul 17-Jul 31 Tue 8:00-9:00am $38/3 Wks 1504.203 Aug 7-Aug 28 Tue 8:00-9:00am $50/4 Wks 1504.204 Sep 4-Oct 2 Tue 9:00-10:00am $62/5 Wks 1504.205 Oct 30-Nov 20 Tue 9:00-10:00am $50/4 Wks 1504.206 Nov 27-Dec 18 Tue 9:00-10:00am $50/4 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Nov 21 Sports & fitness Classes Basketball Skills * Golf Summer/Fall 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD 28 Creating Community Through People, Parks & Programs “It’s What We Do!”

29 Sports & fitness Classes Adult & Youth Tennis Lessons Questions? Call the Class Hotline @ 951-694-6480 Summer/Fall 2018 Tennis Lessons Experience the fun and learn the fundamentals of the game. Lessons include strokes, serve and volley, rules and game strategy. Coach Leander and his skilled team will determine your tennis ability and place participants in appropriate skill levels. Instructor: Kerry Leander, USPTA Coach Mommy, Daddy & Me Ages: 3-8 Years Class designed for children with involvement of a parent. It is a fun, high energy class focusing on developing hand-eye coordination and gross motor skills while improving physical fitness.

Fee is per family, for up to 5 members. Location: Gardner Middle School Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1400.201 Jun 9-Jun 30 Sat 10:00-11:00am $50/4 Wks 1400.202 Oct 13-Nov 3 Sat 10:00-11:00am $50/4 Wks Level 1 (Quick Start Tennis) Ages: 4.6-10 Years An exciting 10 & under format for learning tennis, utilizing age/size appropriate equipment, shorter court dimensions and modified scoring.

Fee: $48/4 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time Location 1401.201 Jun 6-Jun 27 Wed 4:45-5:45pm TVHS 1401.202 Jul 2-Jul 23 Mon 4:45-5:45pm TVHS 1401.203 Aug 15-Sep 5 Wed 3:45-4:45pm GMS 1401.204 Oct 3-Oct 24 Wed 3:45-4:45pm GMS Level 2/3 (Beg/Int Jr.) Ages: 7-16 Years Learn the fundamentals of grips, strokes, and progress toward sustained rallies. Location: TVHS Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1402.201 Jun 13-Jun 27 Mon/Wed 6:00-7:00pm $65/2.5 Wks 1402.202 Jul 9-Jul 23 Mon/Wed 6:00-7:00pm $65/2.5 Wks 1402.203 Aug 15-Sep 12 Wed 6:00-7:00pm $65/5 Wks 1402.204 Sep 26-Oct 24 Wed 6:00-7:00pm $65/5 Wks 1402.205 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 6:00-7:00pm $65/5 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Nov 21 Level 4 (Advanced Jr.) Ages: 10-17 Years Designed for experienced junior student to incorporate grips, strokes and strategy, as well as advance into live ball drills and strategically-played points.

Location: TVHS Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1403.201 Jun 13-Jun 27 Mon/Wed 6:00-7:00pm $65/2.5 Wks 1403.202 Jul 9-Jul 23 Mon/Wed 6:00-7:00pm $65/2.5 Wks 1403.203 Aug 15-Sep 12 Wed 6:00-7:00pm $65/5 Wks 1403.204 Sep 26-Oct 24 Wed 6:00-7:00pm $65/5 Wks 1403.205 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 6:00-7:00pm $65/5 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Nov 21 Level 5/6 (Beg/Int Adult) Ages: 16 Yrs-Adults Designed for the adult student to incorporate grips, strokes, and strategy, as well as progression into live ball drills.

Location: TVHS Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1404.201 Jun 13-Jun 27 Mon/Wed 7:00-8:00pm $69/2.5 Wks 1404.202 Jul 9-Jul 23 Mon/Wed 7:00-8:00pm $69/2.5 Wks 1404.203 Aug 15-Sep 12 Wed 7:00-8:00pm $69/5 Wks 1404.204 Sep 26-Oct 24 Wed 7:00-8:00pm $69/5 Wks 1404.205 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 7:00-8:00pm $69/5 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Nov 21 Level 7 (Advanced Adult) Ages: 16 Yrs-Adults Limited to experienced adults or competitive juniors to further proper technique, agility, live ball drills, strategically-played points and competitive shot making. Location: TVHS Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 1405.201 Jun 13-Jun 27 Mon/Wed 7:00-8:00pm $69/2.5 Wks 1405.202 Jul 9-Jul 23 Mon/Wed 7:00-8:00pm $69/2.5 Wks 1405.203 Aug 15-Sep 12 Wed 7:00-8:00pm $69/5 Wks 1405.204 Sep 26-Oct 24 Wed 7:00-8:00pm $69/5 Wks 1405.205 Nov 7-Dec 12* Wed 7:00-8:00pm $69/5 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Nov 21

Sports & fitness Classes Karate * Yoga * Boot Camp Summer/Fall 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD 30 Karate/Self-Defense Shorin-Ryu Shorinkan Karate is a traditional Okinawan system of unarmed combat/self-defense which can be traced back 1,000 years. Classes are for beginning through advanced levels. Students promoted to higher rank at discretion of instructor. A black belt can be earned through Sensei Miranda by meeting set requirements. A curriculum is followed and classes are progressive. New students enrolling can call 694-6480 to confirm appropriate class level. Materials Fee: Optional $35 materials fee for uniform Instructor: Julio Miranda Location: HCPR Beginning/Jr.

Intermediate Ages: 5-8 Years Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 3600.201 Jun 5-Jul 26 Tue/Thu 6:30-7:15pm $96/8 Wks 3600.202 Jul 31-Sep 20 Tue/Thu 6:30-7:15pm $96/8 Wks 3600.203 Sep 25-Nov 15 Tue/Thu 6:30-7:15pm $96/8 Wks 3600.204 Nov 27-Dec 20 Tue/Thu 6:30-7:15pm $48/4 Wks Beginning - Advanced Ages: 8 Years - Adults Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 3605.201 Jun 5-Jul 26 Tue/Thu 7:30-8:15pm $96/8 Wks 3605.202 Jul 31-Sep 20 Tue/Thu 7:30-8:15pm $96/8 Wks 3605.203 Sep 25-Nov 15 Tue/Thu 7:30-8:15pm $96/8 Wks 3605.204 Nov 27-Dec 20 Tue/Thu 7:30-8:15pm $48/4 Wks Family Karate Class Ages: 4 Years - Adults Thisisanopportunitytotrainwithyourlittleonesorbigones!Basic,intermediate and advanced techniques explored.

Class open to beginners through black belt. Price is per person and each family member must be registered to attend. Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 3630.201 Jun 2-Jul 21 Sat 10:00-10:45am $48/8 Wks 3630.202 Jul 28-Sep 15 Sat 10:00-10:45am $48/8 Wks 3630.203 Sep 22-Nov 10 Sat 10:00-10:45am $48/8 Wks 3630.204 Nov 17-Dec 22 Sat 10:00-10:45am $36/6 Wks Yoga for Parent & Me Ages: 12 Months-6 Years This new class is designed with toddlers in mind, helping them move and experience their bodies. Mommies or daddies can practice with their toddlers in a safe, comfortable and caring environment while getting out of the house and meeting other like-minded parents.

Classes are structured to be fun! Instructor will take parents and children through a series of yoga poses and stretches. Please bring a yoga mat to class. Blocks and straps are optional. Instructor: Kristi Cox Location: MRC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4130.201 Jun 2-Jun 30* Sat 8:30-9:30am $32/4 Wks 4130.202 Jul 7-Aug 4* Sat 8:30-9:30am $32/4 Wks 4130.203 Aug 18-Sep 8 Sat 8:30-9:30am $32/4 Wks 4130.204 Sep 22-Oct 13 Sat 8:30-9:30am $32/4 Wks 4130.205 Oct 27-Dec 15* Sat 8:30-9:30am $48/6 Wks *Class Skip Date: Jun 9, Jul 14, Nov 10, Dec 1 Yoga Ages: 8 Years-Adults This gentle yoga practice emphasizes the basics of movement and meditation.

instruction focuses on the principles of deepening breathing and connecting it to the structure of your poses. Students will practice ease of movement with a calm and focused mind to slowly work towards strengthening the body and increasing flexibility and stamina. Foundational poses, modifications, and flow of movement will help transition away from our busy, fast-paced lives into a practice that is slow-paced, mindful and conscious. All levels welcome! Please bring a yoga mat to each class. Blocks and straps are optional. Instructor: Kristi Cox Yoga in Old Town Location: TCC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4100.201 Jun 5-Jun 26 Tue 6:00-7:00pm $32/4 Wks 4100.202 Jul 3-Aug 7 Tue 6:00-7:00pm $48/6 Wks 4100.203 Aug 21-Sep 11 Tue 6:00-7:00pm $32/4 Wks 4100.204 Sep 18-Oct 16 Tue 6:00-7:00pm $40/5 Wks 4100.205 Oct 30-Dec 11 Tue 6:00-7:00pm $56/7 Wks Yoga on Margarita Location: MRC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4110.201 Jun 7-Jun 28 Thu 6:00-7:00pm $32/4 Wks 4110.202 Jul 5-Aug 9 Thu 6:00-7:00pm $48/6 Wks 4110.203 Aug 23-Sep 13 Thu 6:00-7:00pm $32/4 Wks 4110.204 Sep 20-Oct 18 Thu 6:00-7:00pm $40/5 Wks 4110.205 Nov 1-Dec 13* Thu 6:00-7:00pm $40/5 Wks Yoga in the Park Location: HCPR Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4120.201 Jun 3-Jun 24* Sun 9:00-10:00am $24/3 Wks 4120.202 Jul 1-Aug 5* Sun 9:00-10:00am $40/5 Wks 4120.203 Aug 19-Sep 9 Sun 9:00-10:00am $32/4 Wks 4120.204 Sep 23-Oct 14 Sun 9:00-10:00am $32/4 Wks 4120.205 Oct 28-Dec 16* Sun 9:00-10:00am $48/6 Wks *Class Skip Dates: Jun 10, Jul 15, Nov 11, Nov 22, Dec 2, Dec 6 Yoga for Restoration Ages: 14 Years-Adults Restorative Yoga involves light twists, seated forward folds and the use of props to gently support you as you rest and relax.

Holding these postures for a longer period allows you to center your breath, relax your body, and improve range of motion and flexibility. Please bring a yoga mat to each class. Blocks and straps are optional.

Instructor: Kristi Cox Location: MRC Class# Class Dates Day Time Fee 4140.201 Jun 2-Jun 30* Sat 10:00-11:00am $32/4 Wks 4140.202 Jul 7-Aug 4* Sat 10:00-11:00am $32/4 Wks 4140.203 Aug 18-Sep 8 Sat 10:00-11:00am $32/4 Wks 4140.204 Sep 22-Oct 13 Sat 10:00-11:00am $32/4 Wks 4140.205 Oct 27-Dec 15* Sat 10:00-11:00am $48/6 Wks *Class Skip Date: Jun 9, Jul 14, Nov 10, Dec 1

Halloween Beach Volleyball Tournament/ Professional Demo Day Don’t miss this fun-filled Halloween beach volleyball event. Players are encour- aged to dress in costume and compete in a co-ed 4v4 beach volleyball tourna- ment.

Tournament participants will create their own team and team name. Each team is required to have two female players. Tournament is held over two days and includes a coaches clinic and a meet and greet with the pros. Prizes will be awarded for winning teams and all participants will receive a commemorative t-shirt. Lunch and water is provided for tournament participants. NOTE: Each player on a team must be registered to play in tournament. The community is invited to attend for FREE to watch live tournament play and professional player demonstrations. Coaches will be on hand to answer ques- tions about this popular Olympic sport.

Please bring chair or blanket to park. Come out and enjoy a day of beach volleyball with your family. Instructor: Viper Volleyball Coaches Location: Pala Park Tournament Spectator Fee: FREE Tournament Fee: $25/player ($15 materials fee due to instructor) (Division I) Ages: 11-13 Years Class# Class Dates Days Time 3000.201 Oct 27-Oct 28 Sat/Sun 8:00am-5:00pm (Division II) Ages: 14-17 Years Class# Class Dates Days Time 3005.201 Oct 27-Oct 28 Sat/Sun 8:00am-5:00pm Boot Camp with a Kick Ages: 9 Years-Adults Want to burn 800 calories in an hour? Our power-packed hour of intervals, boxing drills and strength training, will do the trick.

Boost cardio endurance, blast fat, build lean muscle and get REAL results! Class is designed for men, women and teens of ALL fitness levels (modifications will be provided). Misty’s goal is to help you meet your fitness goals and keep you motivated. She loves to expose students to new technique and has taught over 10 formats since becoming an instructor im 1999. Bring a mat, exercise band, 5-10 lb. dumbbells and a can-do attitude!

Instructor: Misty Miller Fee: $38/4 Wks Location: RRSP (Grass area near Skate Park) Mon/Wed - AM Class# Class Dates Days Time 3550.201 Jun 4-Jun 27 Mon/Wed 5:30-6:30am 3550.202 Aug 1-Aug 27 Mon/Wed 5:30-6:30am 3550.203 Sep 5-Sep 26 Mon/Wed 5:30-6:30am 3550.204 Oct 1-Oct 24 Mon/Wed 5:30-6:30am 3550.205 Nov 5-Nov 28* Mon/Wed 5:30-6:30am Tue/Thu - PM Class# Class Dates Days Time 3560.201 Jun 5-Jun 28 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3560.202 Aug 2-Aug 28 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3560.203 Sep 4-Sep 27 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3560.204 Oct 2-Oct 25 Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm 3560.205 Nov 1-Nov 29* Tue/Thu 6:00-7:00pm *Class Skip Dates: Nov 20-22 Healthy Communities Temecula, Murrieta, Lake Elsinore and Menifee are teaming up to provide FREE fitness classes this summer, all over the valley! Simply attend any classes listed below and enjoy a free workout.

Monday - KickFit (Murrieta) Mondays from 6:00-7:00pm (Jul 2-Jul 30) Vintage Reserve Park 26637 Kingwood Rd, Murrieta, 92563 Phone: 951-461-6121 Email: csd@murrietaca.gov Tuesday - Tennis (Menifee) Tuesdays from 6:00-7:00pm (Jun 12 -Jul 24) Spirit Park 25507 Normady Rd, Menifee, 92584 Phone: 951-723-3880 Email: communityservices@cityofmenifee.us Wednesday - Yoga (Temecula) Wednesdays from 6:30-7:30pm (Jun 13-Jul 25 no class 7/4) Harveston Community Sports Park 28582 Harveston Dr, Temecula, 92591 Phone: 951-694-6480 Email: Classes@TemeculaCA.gov Thursday - Beach Yoga (Lake Elsinore) Thursdays from 6:30-7:30pm (Jun 21-Jul 26) Elm Grove Beach 500 Lakeshore Dr, Lake Elsinore, 92530 Phone: 951-245-0442 Email: recreation@lake-elsinore.org F.I.T Fun Color Run 5K Prepare to be “Blasted” with color at the 2nd annual F.I.T.

Fun Color Run! Race consists of a 5K run for the adults and a kid’s mini-obstacle course. You will leave wearing every shade under the rainbow. Adult run starts at 8:30am SHARP! Kid’s mini obstracle run starts at 10am. Make lasting memories and have some great photo ops along the route! Each participant will receive an event t-shirt, medal, goodie bag, post-event refreshments and entertainment. The 5K is timed, awards will be presented for the overall 1st place male and female finisher. For registration information, visit TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD or call 951-694-6480 Ext. 6410.

Adult Race: $30 until Aug 24; $35 Aug 26-Sep 12; $40 day of race Kids Race: $10 until Aug 24; $15 Aug 26-Sep 12; $20 day of race Sunday, September 16th Ronald Reagan Sports Park Sports & fitness Classes Beach Volleyball* Color Run 5K Questions? Call the Class Hotline @ 951-694-6480 Summer/Fall 2018 31

Visual arts Classes Drawing * Painting * Sketching Summer/Fall 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD Bigfoot’s Art & Pizza Party Ages: 5-12 Years Parents, drop your kids off for a fun art and pizza party! You can enjoy some free time, while your young artist(s) enjoys fun mixed media art projects.

Fee includes pizza dinner. Miss Katinka has new and fun projects each class. Instructor: Katinka Clementsmith Location: Bigfoot’s Art Studio Fee: $10/Workshop ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Dates Day Time 2075.201 Jun 15 Fri 6:00pm-8:30pm 2075.202 Jul 13 Fri 6:00pm-8:30pm 2075.203 Aug 17 Fri 6:00pm-8:30pm 2075.204 Sep 14 Fri 6:00pm-8:30pm 2075.205 Oct 12 Fri 6:00pm-8:30pm 2075.206 Nov 30 Fri 6:00pm-8:30pm YES, You Can Draw (for kids & adults too!) Ages: 5 Years - Adults Be proud of yourself, and amazed by your results in this highly successful drawing class, which builds confidence and brings out the inner artist in everyone! Explore a wide variety of art techniques and materials to add color to your drawings.

New lessons every week, so sign up over and over again. Parents come enjoy being artists with your children, kids come alone and have a blast, and adults come relax and loosen up exploring your creativity. Everyone benefits from the therapeutic effects of making art. Instructor: Yvonne Gaudet Fee: $48/4 Wks ($10 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Class Dates Day Time Location 2530.201 Jun 13-Jul 11* Wed 4:15-5:30pm TCC 2530.202 Aug 1-Aug 22 Wed 4:15-5:30pm TCC 2530.203 Aug 29-Sep 19 Wed 4:15-5:30pm CRC 2530.204 Sep 26-Oct 17 Wed 4:15-5:30pm CRC 2530.205 Oct 24-Nov 14 Wed 4:15-5:30pm CRC 2530.206 Nov 28-Dec 19 Wed 4:15-5:30pm CRC *Class Skip Date: Jul 4 Pencil Portrait Drawing Ages: 13 Years-Adult Learn to create beautiful, hand-drawn renderings of your favorite subject, drawn from the photo of your choice, utilizing the amazing pencil shading techniques clearly demonstrated in this rewarding class.

This time-tested method is virtually fool proof and no prior drawing experience is required. Every student will complete their drawing during the class with a near-perfect likeness! Please read receipt notes when registering, for details on photos to bring to class. Instructor: Don Roth Location: MPSC Fee: $35/Workshop ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Dates Day Time 1160.201 Jun 26 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1160.202 Jul 24 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1160.203 Aug 28 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1160.204 Sep 25 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1160.205 Oct 23 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1160.206 Nov 27 Tue 6:00-9:00pm Acrylic Painting Techniques Ages: 13 Years-Adult Learn to paint like a pro, even if you can’t draw, utilizing this foolproof and time-tested painting method, taught by a world famous artist! You will replicate the photo of your choice with amazing accuracy.

Class is taught in a non-competitive, individual-based environment. This fast and easy painting technique is suitable for any age group and all ability levels. You won’t want to miss this class! Supplies Needed: Refer to your receipt notes after registering, for supplies needed at first class or call 694-6480 for information.

Instructor: Don Roth Location: MPSC Fee: $90/3 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 1150.201 Jun 5-Jun 19 Tue 1:00-4:00pm 1150.202 Jun 5-Jun 19 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.203 Jul 3-Jul 17 Tue 1:00-4:00pm 1150.204 Jul 3-Jul 17 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.205 Aug 7-Aug 21 Tue 1:00-4:00pm 1150.206 Aug 7-Aug 21 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.207 Sep 4-Sep 18 Tue 1:00-4:00pm 1150.208 Sep 4-Sep 18 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.209 Oct 2-Oct 16 Tue 1:00-4:00pm 1150.210 Oct 2-Oct 16 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 1150.211 Nov 6-Nov 20 Tue 1:00-4:00pm 1150.212 Nov 6-Nov 20 Tue 6:00-9:00pm 32 Creating Community Through People, Parks & Programs “It’s What We Do!”

Visual arts Classes Cartooning * Anime * Graphic Design Cartooning with Bigfoot! Ages: 7-13 Years The valley’s longest running cartoon workshop is back for MORE drawing fun. Learn from a real cartoonist! Tony Moramarco, AKA “Bigfoot”, walks students through the techniques needed for creating their own characters and drawing their favorites. Each month has a different theme. Come join Bigfoot on Wednesdays in a FUN art studio environment! Instructor: Tony Moramarco Location: Bigfoot’s Art Studio Fee: $50/4 Wks ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Class Dates Day Time 2040.201 Aug 8-Aug 29 Wed 4:30-6:00pm 2040.202 Sep 5-Sep 26 Wed 4:30-6:00pm 2040.203 Oct 3-Oct 24 Wed 4:30-6:00pm 2040.204 Nov 7-Nov 28 Wed 4:30-6:00pm Bigfoot’s Teen Drawing & Anime Club Ages: 11-17 Years Bigfoot’s Teen Drawing & Anime Club is the valley’s most fun, consistent, and safe environment for tween and teen fans of Anime! Each member gets a membership badge, has the opportunity to cosplay, share their artwork every week, draw their favorite characters and learn NEW drawing tips and techniques.

We also enjoy FUN anime-themed activities. Teen artists & Anime fans UNITE on Tuesdays at the RHRTPL! Instructor: Bigfoot Instructors Location: RHRTPL Fee: $50/4 Wks ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Class Dates Day Time 2045.201 Aug 7-Aug 28 Tue 5:30-7:00pm 2045.202 Sep 4-Sep 25 Tue 5:30-7:00pm 2045.203 Oct 9-Oct 30 Tue 5:30-7:00pm 2045.204 Nov 6-Nov 27 Tue 5:30-7:00pm Bigfoot’s Teen Photoshop Ages: 11-17 Years Photoshop is the most powerful design tool on the planet! In this class, teens and tweens will complete AMAZING graphic design projects, while learning important Photoshop skills.

Led by Photoshop expert and Graphic Design professional, Jeff Waddleton. This fun-filled class features a project- based curriculum, focusing on a different, popular design challenge each session. Students will build on their Photoshop knowledge, further develop their design portfolio, and explore their imaginations, all in a creative environment! Please bring a USB drive to save your work.

Instructor: Jeff Waddleton Location: RHRTPL Fee: $65/4 Wks ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Class Dates Day Time 2065.201 Jun 14-Jul 5 Thu 6:00-7:30pm 2065.202 Aug 9-Aug 30 Thu 6:00-7:30pm 2065.203 Oct 4-Oct 25 Thu 6:00-7:30pm Watercolor Painting Techniques Ages: 18+ Learn watercolor painting techniques fromaprofessionalartist.Whetheryou’re just beginning, or want to expand your creative journey into the medium, this class will be a free flowing study of color, technique, subject and self expression. Both abstract and representational art will be explored.

Fee: $30/4 Wks ($40 materials fee due to instructor) Instructor: Katinka Clemensmith Location: Bigfoot’s Art Studio Class# Class Dates Day Time 2090.201 Aug 14-Sep 4 Tue 6:00-7:30pm 2090.202 Sep 25-Oct 16 Tue 6:00-7:30pm 2090.203 Nov 6-Nov 27 Tue 6:00-7:30pm Temecula Wine Country Paint Class Ages: 21+ This is the PERFECT girls night out or couples date night! Make a fun acrylic painting in a real artist’s studio.

Temecula wine country and So-Cal themes rotate monthly. Cheese pairings will be served and if you’d like to bring a bottle of wine to enjoy and/or share, that is encouraged! Visit Temecula Wine Country Class on Facebook for more information. Fee: $10/Workshop ($30 materials fee due to instructor) Instructor: Bigfoot Instructors Location: Bigfoot’s Art Studio Class# Dates Day Time 2070.201 Jun 30 Sat 4:00-6:00pm 2070.202 Jul 28 Sat 4:00-6:00pm 2070.203 Aug 25 Sat 4:00-6:00pm 2070.204 Sep 29 Sat 4:00-6:00pm 2070.205 Oct 27 Sat 4:00-6:00pm 2070.206 Nov 17 Sat 4:00-6:00pm Photoshop for Adults Ages: 18+ Learn how to use Photoshop like a pro! It’s easier than you think.

Master techniques for setting up documents, cropping, and masking images, adjusting colors, repairing blemishes, using effects, creating new composite layouts, flowing text and much more! Each session focuses on a different aspect of the multi-dimensional graphics platform and is taught by the funny and amazingly informative, long-time Graphic Design professional, Jeff Waddleton. Classes are project-based, and easy to follow, with multiple professional quality designs completed each session. Please bring a USB drive to save your work.

Instructor: Jeff Waddleton Location: RHRTPL Fee: $80/4 Wks ($20 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Class Dates Day Time 2080.201 Jul 12-Aug 2 Thu 6:00-7:30pm 2080.202 Sep 6-Sep 27 Thu 6:00-7:30pm 2080.203 Nov 8-Dec 6* Thu 6:00-7:30pm *Class Skip Date: Nov 22 Questions? Call the Class Hotline @ 951-694-6480 Summer/Fall 2018 33

Visual arts Classes Photography * Photo Enhancement Summer/Fall 2018 Register online @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD Digital Photography - Introduction Ages: 10 Years - Adults This is a beginner level class aimed at the person who is just getting started in digital photography.

Subjects covered are: understanding the differences between digital and film photography (gigabytes, mega pixels and memory cards), camera settings for most photos (including “how to avoid problems”), basic understanding of composition, tips on how to get the quality photos you were hoping for, loading images onto the computer, camera care, and more. Students should bring their camera and instruction manual to class. Instructor: Richard Cronberg Location: TCC Fee: $40/2 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 4600.201 Jun 19-Jun 26 Tue 6:00-8:00pm 4600.202 Aug 21-Aug 28 Tue 6:00-8:00pm 4600.203 Oct 2-Oct 9 Tue 6:00-8:00pm Digital Photography - Intermediate Ages: 10 Years - Adults Class designed for those that are already comfortable with photography and want to learn how to get more out of their camera.

Subjects covered are: “What are all those buttons and dials on the camera?”, understanding the different techniques and equipment, such as electronic flashes, tripods, and other accessories that you might consider purchasing. Students should bring their camera and instruction manual to class.

Instructor: Richard Cronberg Location: TCC Fee: $40/2 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 4605.201 Jul 10-Jul 17 Tue 6:00-8:00pm 4605.202 Sep 4-Sep 11 Tue 6:00-8:00pm 4605.203 Oct 23-Oct 30 Tue 6:00-8:00pm Digital Photography - Advanced Ages: 10 Years - Adults Class designed for those that are already proficient with their cameras but want to take their photography to that next level. Subjects covered are: handling tricky light, understanding how backgrounds and foregrounds affect your photo, all about lenses (what they do, which brands are best and how to choose which ones to purchase), understanding flash photography, learning the qualities of prize-winning photos, specific instruction on how to take stunning photos of people, pets, landscapes, wildlife, night shots, macro photography (tricks of the pros!) and much more.

Students should bring their camera and instruction manual to class.

Instructor: Richard Cronberg Location: TCC Fee: $40/2 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 4610.201 Jul 24-Jul 31 Tue 6:00-8:00pm 4610.202 Sep 18-Sep 25 Tue 6:00-8:00pm 4620.203 Nov 6-Nov 13 Tue 6:00-8:00pm Digital Photography - Wildlife Ages: 10 Years - Adults Join award winning photographer Richard Cronberg as he shares his knowledge of this specialized form of photography. He will cover everything you ever wanted to know about taking wildlife photos and maybe some things you never thought about! He will review essential equipment and how to use it to the fullest. He will also explain the different types of wildlife photos and where to go to get those breathtaking shots! If you ever thought about taking photos of wild animals, this popular class is a must! Students are urged to bring their camera and instruction manual to class.

Instructor: Richard Cronberg Location: TCC Fee: $40/2 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 4625.201 Nov 7-Nov 14 Wed 6:00-8:00pm Digital Darkroom I Ages: 10 Years - Adults Do you love your digital camera but are “underwhelmed” by your photos? Here’s your chance to learn the secrets that the “pros” know! In this class you will learn: how to transform your photos from “blah” to “wow”, how to “save” under and overexposed photos, how to restore old family photos and how to add special effects. You’ll learn all this using the industry leading editing software in an easy to understand step-by-step process.

Instructor: Richard Cronberg Location: TCC Fee: $40/2 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 4615.201 Jun 5-Jun 12 Tue 6:00-8:00pm 4615.202 Aug 7-Aug 14 Tue 6:00-8:00pm Digital Darkroom II Ages: 10 Years - Adults Class for those that want to go beyond the basics of Photoshop. Learn advanced techniques such as: adjustment layers and masks, better cloning techniques, how to make spectacular black and white photos, dodging and burning, selective noise reduction and sharpening, and popular “plug-ins” from ON ONE and NIK. Learn special effects, realistic composites, HDR effect, photo merging, digital mattes and frames.

Students should have a basic understanding of Photoshop CS5 or newer.

Instructor: Richard Cronberg Location: TCC Fee: $40/2 Wks Class# Class Dates Day Time 4620.201 Nov 20-Nov 27 Tue 6:00-8:00pm Photo courtesy of Richard Cronberg Photo courtesy of Richard Cronberg 34

35 Creative Writing for Adults Ages: 18+ Ever dream of writing the great American novel? Have a story stuck in your head that you’d love to get down on paper? Have the time and desire to write, but no idea where to begin? Join creative professional Jeff Waddleton as he guides you through exercises designed to unleash your inner author. Students will learn a variety of techniques and methods for organizing complex ideas; crafting a comprehensive plot with interweaving subplots; developing realistic and believable settings and characters; making dialogue true to life; creating obstacles, tension and conflict; and most importantly, finding your resolution and denouement! Get writing! The Best Seller List awaits! Please bring a USB drive to save your work.

Instructor: Jeff Waddleton Location: RHRTPL Fee: $55/4 Wks ($10 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Class Dates Day Time 2800.201 Jun 6-Jun 27 Wed 6:00-7:30pm 2800.202 Aug 8-Aug 29 Wed 6:00-7:30pm 2800.203 Oct 3-Oct 24 Wed 6:00-7:30pm From Market to Plate:* Temecula Farmers Market Tour & Cooking Class Ages: 13+ Take an insider’s tour of your local Temecula Farmers Market. Meet local farmers, learn to select organic produce and fresh ingredients, and then head back to the kitchen to prepare a Wine Country feast. We will share what we’ve cooked together. Each date features a new seasonal menu and all recipes are provided.

Participants meet at MPSC and walk one block to the Farmers Market. Participants will have access to MPSC parking lot in front of facility. Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: MPSC Fee: $40/Workshop ($5 materials fee due to instructor) Class# Dates Day Time 1620.201 Oct 6 Sat 9:30am-12:30pm 1620.202 Nov 3 Sat 9:30am-12:30pm Date Night Couples Cooking Series* Ages: 21+ These popular hands-on couples cooking classes are a delicious way to spend quality time together. Class sizes are small and each workshop offers a unique and new menu. Participants may bring their own wine of choice. Each participant must be registered to attend.

Instructor: Celine Cossou Location: CRC Class# Dates Day Time Fee 1600.201 Sep 7 Fri 6:30-8:45pm $40/person 1600.202 Oct 12 Fri 6:30-8:45pm $40/person *If you have food allergies, please call to confirm if accommodations can be made prior to enrolling in cooking classes. CPR & First Aid Emergency Training The City of Temecula Fire Department offers several emergency training classes for the public. For detailed course descriptions and locations, visit the City’s website at: TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD CPR/AED Fee: $50/person CPR (BLS) Fee: $65/person Class# Dates Time Class# Dates Time 8250.201 Jun 18 6:00-9:30pm 8260.201 Jun 1 6:00-9:30pm 8250.202 Jun 20 6:00-9:30pm 8260.202 Aug 3 6:00-9:30pm 8250.203 Jul 16 6:00-9:30pm 8260.203 Oct 4 6:00-9:30pm 8250.204 Jul 18 6:00-9:30pm 8250.205 Aug 13 6:00-9:30pm First Aid Fee: $50/person 8250.206 Aug 15 6:00-9:30pm Class# Dates Time 8250.207 Sep 17 6:00-9:30pm 8300.201 Jun 23 8:30am-12pm 8250.208 Sep 19 6:00-9:30pm 8300.202 Jul 21 8:30am-12pm 8250.209 Oct 15 6:00-9:30pm 8300.203 Aug 18 8:30am-12pm 8250.210 Oct 17 6:00-9:30pm 8300.204 Sep 22 8:30am-12pm 8250.211 Nov 5 6:00-9:00pm 8300.205 Oct 20 8:30am-12pm 8250.212 Nov 14 6:00-9:00pm 8300.206 Nov 17 8:30am-12pm CERT (Community Emergency Response Training) Fee: $25/person Adults (18+) Teens (14-18 Yrs) Class# Dates Days Class# Dates Days 8255.201 Nov 2-4 Fri-Sun 8265.201 Oct 5-7 Fri-Sun Discover Scuba Ages: 12 Years - Adults Experience the thrill of diving, under the supervision of an instructor.

Nothing compares to the “weightless” exhilaration of breathing underwater. Contact Scuba Center at 506-0252 prior to class to be fitted for equipment. Liability forms must be completed and can be downloaded at: scubatemecula.com/forms.htm. If you enroll in Scuba Lessons, you will receive a $25 credit from Scuba Center to be used towards the materials fee.

Instructor: Scuba Center Location: CRC Pool Fee: $25/Class Class # Dates Day Time 3800.201 Jun 10 Sun 9:30am-11:00am 3800.202 Jul 8 Sun 9:30am-11:00am 3800.203 Aug 12 Sun 9:30am-11:00am 3800.204 Sep 9 Sun 9:30am-11:00am Scuba Diving Lessons Ages: 12 Years - Adults Discover the fun and excitement of SCUBA diving. Scuba Center instructors will teach you to explore our underwater world and certify you in as little as 2 weeks. Course consists of classroom, pool instruction and ocean dives. Ocean dives are conducted on Catalina Island and La Jolla Shores. Participants must provide own mask, snorkel, boots, fins and gloves, or items can be purchased at discounted rate.

Contact Scuba Center at 506-0252 for class schedule and to obtain materials that are needed prior to first class. Sign language interpreter on staff. Fee: $120/Session ($380 materials fee due to instructor) Instructor: Scuba Center Location: CRC Pool and Scuba Center Class # Class Dates 3805.201 Jun 4-Jun 17 3805.202 Jul 2-Jul 15 3805.203 Aug 6-Aug 19 3805.204 Sep 6-Sep 16 Questions? Call the Class Hotline @ 951-694-6480 Summer/Fall 2018 Special interest Classes Adult Classes * Scuba * CPR/First Aid

36 Discover Science at: Pennypickle’s Workshop is the home of Professor Phineas T. Pennypickle, Ph.D., scientist, time traveler and inventor of wacky and wonderful contraptions that amaze, delight, and educate children and adults alike. Every surface is occupied by pulleys, gears, cables, blueprints and stuff. There are secret passageways and puzzles, machines and gizmos. Professor Pennypickle and his faithful little mouse friend, Beaker, have lots of fun activities planned for you every month (and sometimes they are a surprise…there are WAY too many exciting happenings to list here!). Be sure to call the Professor’s hotline at 951-308-6376, or check his website at pennypickles.org for detailed information or to purchase advance tickets.

Children must be accompanied by an adult 18 or older. MONDAY MADNESS Pennypickle’s Workshop will be open every Monday in June and July, August 6 & 13, September 3 (Labor Day), October 29, and November 12 & 19. EXPLORE SCIENCE NIGHTS!

Pennypickle’s Workshop will be open every Friday night from 5:30-7:30pm for fun family science adventures. Be sure to join us often - there’s always a surprise in store! Admission is only $5 per person over 24 months, except for KIDS ONLY CLUB evenings. DAD & KID NIGHT Friday, June 22, 5:30-7:30pm $5/person over age 24 months, DADS FREE! Have some fun with the special guy in your life! We’ll do some experiments and stuff that we know dads like and kids love! BEAKER’S LITTLE BIRTHDAY Sunday, August 5 - All Sessions; $5/person over 24 months The Professor has a huge birthday bash, but Beaker is more comfortable with a miniature birthday party...

and that means LITTLE. Join us for some teeny tiny fun and surprises as we wish Beaker a happy birthday!

KIDS ONLY CLUB Ages: 5-11ish Kids Only Club events are drop off sessions for children only, where we do lots of fun science stuff and YOU get to have a couple of hours to yourself! Early pre-registration is suggested as space is limited; please call 951-308-6376 to pre-register. Fee: $25 per child (includes all materials) Ooey Gooey Lab Monday, June 11 or June 18, 10am-12pm or 12:30-2:30pm This is the most fun you’ll ever have when you mix chemistry and... dare we say?... mysterious forces!! You’ll for sure want to wear a lab coat to this one cause who knows what mischief we’ll be getting into.

(Wait..WHAT??) Hogwarts Academy Join us for a new semester at Hogwarts... we’ll be studying Professor Snape’s most interesting concoctions in one class, and solving the most amazing wizardy magical mysteries in another! Dress in your House Robes (or lab coat if you haven’t been sorted into a House yet).

PLEASE NOTE! If you would like to turn this into a longer “day-camp” type experience for your child, you can register for both sessions and we will provide supervision between the classes. You will pay an EXTRA $20 (so the total cost of the day will be $70/child) and you will be required to send them with lunch. Please register EARLY for these special classes! Snape’s Potion Workshop Monday, July 23, 10am-12pm Dumbledore’s Magical Mysteries Monday, July 23, 12:30-2:30pm Dumbledore’s Magical Mysteries Monday, July 30, 10am-12pm Snape’s Potion Workshop Monday, July 30, 12:30-2:30pm Snape’s Potion Workshop Monday, August 6, 10am-12pm OR 12:30-2:30pm

BE SURE TO VISIT PENNYPICKLES.ORG You can see what we’re planning (Events), what surprises we have for you (News), and how crazy we will be with field trips and such (Busy-ness Schedule). We’d also love it if you follow us on social media! Find us on Facebook under Pennypickle’s Workshop, Twitter @profpennypickle or Instagram @pennypicklesworkshop. With the Professor’s and Beaker’s help, you are bound to have an unforgettably fun celebration! Call 951-308-6376 for more information and to reserve your party today! 37 Pennypickle’s Workshop 42081 Main Street, Old Town Temecula PROFESSOR PENNYPICKLE’S PUZZLING PREDICAMENTS “An ‘escape room’ is an adventure game in which players solve a series of puzzles and riddles using clues, hints and strategy to complete the objectives at hand.”--Wikipedia Do your littles love I Spy and other “finding games”? Have you wanted to experience an escape room but would like to have your under 12 year old children join the fun? Are you embarrassed, shy, or intimidated by having to join a team of strangers? Well, Professor Pennypickle and his team of historic cohorts want to involve your family in a whole new way to experience the escape room fad! Of course the Puzzling Predicaments all involve science and maybe some math, but the good news is that you don’t even have to KNOW science or math to successfully play...we have lots of exciting surprises for you and you’ll discover that your entire family can make fun memories together as you “escape”! Follow our Facebook or Instagram pages to watch for our Puzzling Predicaments special escape room events...you’ll meet Houdini and solve his perception and illusion puzzlers, Einstein as he enters a “wrinkle in time” with Professor’s time traveling adventures, Dr.

Who’s escape from the Daleks and “who” knows what other robots, and many other friends of Pennypickle and his little sidekick Beaker. Email phineas@pennypickles.org to be added to our mailing list for notifications of dates and more info. DON’T MISS THE FUN!! Frankenstein200 - L.I.F.E. Laboratory Saturday, October 6 and Sunday, October 7, All Sessions The Frankenstein Laboratory for Innovation and Fantastical Exploration (L.I.F.E.) seeks the next generationofthinkersandmakerstoinvestigate how science and technology shape the world around us and Professor Pennypickle thinks you should be included.

To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s masterpiece, join us to play with monsters, robotics, electricity, and all things Frankenstein-ish at our L.I.F.E. Laboratory extravaganza! We’ll spend two days toying with tons of hands-on fun and wacky experimentation...come dressed like Frankenstein to get a special treat from the Professor. Be sure to check our Facebook page or pennypickles.org to see what we have planned. Halloween Wacky Workshop October is a fun month because the Professor loves Halloween. We’ll be offering Friendly OR Frightening adventures as Pennypickle’s Workshop becomes “Haunted”! Come and have fun with us.

SAVE THE DATE: Santa Arrives!!

Friday, November 23, 6pm The excitement builds as we wait for Santa’s arrival at 6pm...how will he get there? The Professor lets his old friend borrow his comfy, cozy cottage just so you can visit with him in an old-fashioned, non-commercial setting. The Workshop will be open from 10am-9pm on this day, and Santa will entertain visitors until 9pm. GIRLS ONLY CLUB Ages: 5-11ish Pennypickle’s Workshop is dedicated to helping kids discover science through play, and we especially want to encourage girls to develop a love for science and the world around them. The Girls Only Club focuses on fun, wholesome activities and experiments to get girls interested in science while enjoying some of their favorite interests.

Please make these events even more fun for your girl by letting her dress up, bring her dolls or stuffed animals, and talking to her about the great time she had!

REGISTRATION INFORMATION: Drop-off; early pre-registration required as space is limited to 20 girls each session. Call 951-308-6376 to pre-register. Fee: $25 per child (includes all materials) Times: Choose the 10am-12pm or 12:30-2:30pm time slot on dates below Spa Scientist Barbie Monday, June 25 Barbie and you will mess around with girly spa and beauty stuff and turn it into SCIENCE! Bring your doll (and maybe a friend!) as your partner so you can have a great time together. American Girls in Space Monday, July 9 OR 16 Get ready for NASA adventure! You and your favorite doll will explore the galaxy when we make out of this world discoveries...we promise you won’t get “lost in space” but you WILL have some cool adventures to brag about to your friends!

Fairy World Science Monday, August 13 Let’s discover the secret world of fairies - a land that celebrates nature and imagination. We’ll probably have to use lots of glitter in our explorations...dress accordingly...fairy wings are always in fashion.

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Mary Phillips Senior Center The Mary Phillips Senior Center (MPSC) provides a safe place for recreational, social, wellness, educational, intergenerational, and cultural programs and services to Temecula’s residents and others.

As a resource for such essential offerings, the Center welcomes all senior citizens. For more information visit the Center or email SeniorCenter@TemeculaCA.Gov. Location: 41845 Sixth Street Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm & Sat 10am-4pm Phone: 951-694-6480 Ext. 6464 Website: TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD Senior Nutrition Program Ages: 60+ and Spouses Meals On-Site: In cooperation with Riverside County Office on Aging and Sodexo Corporation, we offer a lunch program for seniors. Meals are served at the Center. Check the menu for dates when lunch will not be served. Days: Mon - Fri Time: 11:30am Reservations: Required 24 hours in advance by calling 951-694-6464 between 8:00am-12:00pm.

Please call the same number for cancellations. Suggested Donation: $3 for seniors; $5 for non-seniors. Home Delivered Meals: The Nutrition Program offers home-delivered meals to homebound seniors in our community. Hot meals are delivered at lunchtime Monday-Friday, with frozen meals delivered for the weekends. Call the Office on Aging at 800-510-2020 for details.

Senior Lunch Transportation Program Call us for your next ride to the Center! The Transportation Program offers door-to-door round-trip transportation to the Center for Temecula residents. Days: Mon-Fri Fee: $.50/Resident Pick-up Time: 9:00-10:30am Return Time: 1:30-3:30pm Reservations: Call 951-694-6464 at least 24 hours in advance. Community Garden The Mary Phillips Senior Center Community Garden is growing and expanding for all generations in our community! The community garden is now the focal point for seniors, active adults, teens and youth to learn gardening, landscaping, nutrition and cooking.

The garden fosters learning, friendships, and opportunities to give back to the community! We are now using the garden as an outdoor classroom for our Global Citizens Viticulture and Horticulture program! Garden Patio Come join us for a cup of coffee or tea at our newly renovated patio! The City’s Youth Advisory Council participated in a service learning project to beautify the patio with a full clean-up, plants, fresh herb garden, shading, and more. Whether you just want to get some fresh air, enjoy the ambience or play a board game, the patio is a great place to be!

Senior excursions San Diego County Fair Get ready for treats that will tempt all of your senses at the 2018 San Diego County Fair. You’ll leave the ordinary world behind the minute you step into this magical sweet spot overflowing with opportunities to truly savor summer with the excitement of a wide-eyed kid. The San Diego Fair...How Sweet It Is! Activity# Date Day Time Fee 6200.201 Jun 13 Wed 9:30am-5:00pm $15/person Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens From the moment you step on the grounds of Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens & Nursery, you will encounter a garden experience like no other. Under the shade of the live oaks, wander the splendid displays of flowers, plants, gardens, and varieties of blooming color, shrubbery, and trees.

Enjoy a farm-fresh organic lunch made with locally-grown ingredients, while relaxing on the patio of Cafe Bloom, home to the award-winning Myrtle Berry Pie! Tour the Wild Bird Sanctuary, Butterfly Gardens and historic Fallbrook Barn, where a few lucky farm animals still call this home and browse the gift shop. Activity# Date Day Time Fee 6200.202 Aug 15 Wed 8:00am-5:00pm $5/person Palm Springs Aerial Tramway The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is the world’s largest rotating tram car and travels over two miles along breathtaking cliffs of the Mt. San Jacinto State Park. Once you reach the mountain station enjoy restaurants, a natural history museum, shops and spectacular scenery.

Fee includes lunch. Activity# Date Day Time Fee 6200.203 Oct 17 Wed 8:00am-5:00pm $35/person Senior events MPSC Special Luncheons You won’t want to miss these fun-filled events held monthly at the Center. Events are held on Thursdays and begin at 10:30am, unless otherwise noted. Event Date Changing of the Flag Ceremony Jul 5 MPSC 25th Anniversary Sep 20 Halloween Party Oct 18 Thanksgiving party Nov 15 Ice Cream Social Enjoy a delicious ice cream treat. Sponsored by Miller-Jones Mortuary. Days: 3rd Tue Time: 11:30am Fee: FREE Senior Golden years The Senior Golden Years is a non-profit organization dedicated to the improvement of the lives of Temecula Valley Seniors.

Golden Years Saturday Social Day: 3rd Sat Time: 5:00-9:00pm Fee: Varies Golden Years Bingo Day: 2nd & 4th Wed Time: 2:00-4:00pm Fee: $1/Card 42 The Mary Phillips Senior Center...“The Place Friends Meet”

43 Senior classes & activities Fit, Fun & Fabulous This energizing class incorporates a variety of stretching, endurance and strengthening moves. Registration offered on a monthly basis for a low fee or walk-ins are available for $2/day. Instructor: Lindi Abacherli Day: Mon/Wed/Fri Time: 9:00-9:45am Chair Volleyball Take a seat and have a ball playing chair volleyball. This fun activity is played with lightweight beach balls! Drop by and observe, and you’ll want to play too. Day: Mon Time: 10:00-11:00am Chair Yoga This non-certified yoga class is designed to be practiced while sitting or standing using a chair for support.

Join us for a morning of wellness and relaxation! Days: Tue/Thu Time: 9:00-9:30am Fee: $1/day Pinochle The Center now offers pinochle card games. See the front desk for details. Day: Mon/Thu (Except 3rd Thu) Time: 9:00am-12:00pm Chinese Mahjong Sign up for the new beginning class to learn the game then join the advanced group to play. Instructor: Lillian Kiang Beginning Class # Dates Day Time Fee 6235.201 Jun 7-Aug 16 Thu 12:00-1:00pm $10/11 Wks Advanced Days: Mon Time: 12:00-3:00pm Intergenerational Tech Program The Temecula Youth Advisory Council (YAC) teens will offer technical support to seniors with their tech devices.

Days: 3rd Sat (Jul-Nov) Time: 12:00-2:00pm Memoir Writing Everyone has a story to tell. Come join our memoir-writing group and put pen to paper to tell your story! Days: 2nd & 4th Mon Time: 1:00-3:00pm Creative Writing Group Members of this advanced writing group will assist each other with constructive critiques of individual works to help our writers improve their skills. Days: 1st & 3rd Tue Time: 3:00-5:00pm Watercolors are FUN! Art Class Learn the fundamentals of watercolor, basic techniques and simple concepts all watercolorists use! A list of materials needed will be provided at registration.

Instructor: Don Moore Class # Dates Day Time Fee 6230.201 Jun 5-Sep 4 Tue 10:00-11:00am $18/14 Wks Woodcarvers The Temecula Valley Woodcarvers meet weekly at the Center. Beginners are welcome and experienced carvers are happy to help you develop your skills. Day: Fri Time: 12:00-3:00pm Mary Phillips Senior Center Choral Group Join your friends in a sing-a-long with the choral director and pianist! This group also performs monthly at the Center’s special luncheon. Day: Tue Time: 10:00-11:00am Old Town Bridge (Sanctioned) Games have pre-duplicated boards and records with analysis. Master Points are awarded.

Call Rami at 951-699-1799 for details. A light lunch is served. Day: Wed Time: 11:30-3:00pm Fee: $7 Day: Fri (1st, 3rd, 5th) Time: 11:30-3:00pm Fee: $7 Day: Sat Time: 11:30-3:00pm Fee: $7 Good Time Bridge Club (Sanctioned) Contact Scott Campbell at kenton1947@yahoo.com or 951-990-1855. Day: Thu Time: 1:00-4:30pm Fee: $6 Rubber Bridge (Non Sanctioned) Contact Andy May at 951-506-6686. Day: Mon Time: 1:00-4:00pm Fee: $1 Senior services & resources Senior Support Groups The following groups meet at the Center to provide helpful information. For more details regarding these groups, call the Center or visit the front desk.

Picking up the Pieces (Bereavement Support Group) Day: Every Tue Time: 2:00pm Multiple Sclerosis Support Group Day: 1st Mon Time: 10:00am Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) Day: Every Fri Time: 11:30am Alzheimer’s/Dementia Caregivers Support Group Day: 2nd Fri Time: 9:00am Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Day: 3rd Thu Time: 10:00am Senior Talks Knowledgeable speakers give educational information on health and social issues. See Senior Connection Wall for more details. FREE Health Screenings Check the Connection Wall for information about available health screenings offered at the Center.

AARP Senior Driving Safety Program This program might help reduce your auto insurance premiums and refresh your knowledge of the rules on the road. Call 951-694-6464 to register. Fee: $15/members; $20/non-members (Payment made directly to AARP) Day: 3rd Wed Time: 8:30am-12:00pm or 8:30am-4:00pm HICAP - Health Insurance Counseling HICAP is here to help with details about Medicare or health insurance. Free counseling available. Call 800-434-0222 and press 2 for details. Notary Public No cost notarization of any legal form you may have. Also FREE copies available of General Power of Attorney and Advance Health Care Directive.

Day: 3rd Mon Time: 10:00am-11:00am “Staying in Touch” S.I.T. Program Designed to stay in touch with seniors who live alone or are homebound. Volunteers call to check on seniors and inform them of upcoming events. FREE Computer Assistance Do you need help with computers, phones, tablets, or email? Our volunteers are available to help. Sign up at the front desk. Walk-ins are not accommodated. Days: Every Fri Time: 12:30-1:30pm

(RHRTPL) Family Programs Passes issued 30 minutes prior on first-come basis. Programs subject to change. Noteworthy Puppets: Kid Zorro Wed, Jun 13, 10:30am Ages: All Young Diego embraces his destiny to save the mission from a diabolical plan. One World Rhythm Wed, Jun 20, 10:30am Ages: All Music takes you everywhere in this interactive family rhythm adventure. California Joe: Magic Around the World Wed, Jun 27, 10:30am Ages: All Take an engaging magical journey without ever leaving the library. Buster Balloon: Reading Can Take You Anywhere Wed, Jul 11, 10:30am Ages: All Buster’s wacky humor and balloon twisting genius are the perfect ticket.

Christopher T. Magician: Reading is the Ticket Wed, Jul 18, 10:30am Ages: All Unique magic brings to life travel-themed books for non-stop laughs. A Musical Odyssey with Ranger Jack & Friends Wed, Aug 8, 3:30pm Ages: All Explore the world of music and puppets on this musical expedition. Teresa Smith: Dance Around the World Wed, Aug 22, 3:30pm Ages: All Take a cultural journey through high-energy dance from around the globe. Talk Like a Pirate Day: The Princess & the Pirate Wed, Sep 19, 3:30pm Ages: All Celebrate with a swashbuckling new show from Franklin Haynes Marionettes. Pacific Animal Productions: Passport to Animal Adventures Wed, Sep 26, 3:30pm Ages: All Discover animals from around the world and the adventures they face.

D.I.Y. Crafternoon: Goodnight Owls Register: Wed, Oct 3, 3:30pm Ages: 3-12 Yrs Wed, Oct 10, 3:30pm Join us as we get crafty with an interactive story about our feathered friends. Spooky Adventures with Arty Loon Wed, Oct 24, 3:30pm Ages: All Laugh at spooky magic, Halloween hijinks & more starring a comedic genius. Día de los Muertos Celebration Register: Thu, Oct 25, 3:30pm Thu, Nov 1, 3:30pm Ages: 3-12 Yrs Celebrate with a bilingual story, Ballet folklόrico, holiday craft and treats! A Historical Journey Through America’s Music Wed, Nov 14, 3:30pm Ages: All This rousing musical journey for families will get you clapping & singing along.

Book Buzz Club Ages: 9-12 Yrs Summer: Tue, 11am (Jun 19, 26, Jul 3, 10) Register: Jun 12,11am Fall: Tue, 6pm (Sep 11, 25, Oct 9, 23) Register: Sep 4,6pm Catch the buzz with lively book discussion. Kids Ink: Writer’s Club Ages: 9-12 Yrs Summer: Thu, 11am (Jun 21 & 28, Jul 5 & 12) Register: Jun 14,11am Fall: Tue, 6pm (Sep 18, Oct 2 & 16 & 30) Register: Sep 11, 6pm Sharpen your writing skills in our creative writing club for kids. Construction Crew Ages: 6-12 Yrs Fall: Mon, 6pm (Sep 24, Oct 29, Nov 26) Register: Sep 17, 6pm Build S.T.E.A.M. skills with brick building challenges. S.T.E.A.M. Makers Club Ages: 5-12 Yrs Fall: Mon, 6pm (Sep 17, Oct 15, Nov 19) Register: Sep 10, 6pm Tinker, experiment & explore at our hands-on MakerLab.

Storybook Art Club Ages: 5-8 Yrs Fall: Thu, 4pm (Sep 20, Oct 18, Nov 15) Register: Sep 13, 4pm Create masterpieces based on picture book art. Paws to Read Saturday Mornings Ages: Under 12 Yrs Bone up on reading skills by reading to a licensed therapy dog. Call (951) 693-8980 to schedule an appointment. Teen Volunteers Needed! Ages: 13-18 Yrs Earn community service hours helping with the Summer Reading Program. Location: (RHRTPL) 30600 Pauba Road Phone: 951-693-8900 Website: TemeculaCA.gov/Library Library Hours: Mon-Thu 10am-9pm Sat 10am-5pm Fri 10am-6pm Sun 1pm-5pm Store Hours: Mon-Sat 10am-4pm Book Store: (951) 693-8990 Ronald H.

Roberts Temecula Public Library 44 Special thanks to: Friends of the Temecula Libraries for their generous support of our library programs.

Library Storytimes See specified locations below. Space is limited. We encourage carpooling. Please arrive early to best ensure seating. Name tags issued 15 minutes prior. Globetrotter’s Club Storytime (RHRTPL) Ages: All Out of Africa Tue, Jun 12, 6:30pm G’Day Mates Tue, Jun 19, 6:30pm Penguins & Polar Bears Tue, Jun 26, 6:30pm Escape to Europe Tue, Jul 3, 6:30pm Adventures in Asia Tue, Jul 10, 6:30pm South of the Border Tue, Jul 17, 6:30pm Goodnight Moon PJ Storytime (RHRTPL) Ages: All Blast Off! Mon, Sep 10, 6:30pm Monster Mash Mon, Oct 1, 6:30pm Yummers Mon, Nov 5, 6:30pm La Hora del Cuento Ages: All (RHRTPL) Mon, 11am (Aug 20-Nov 5) This program includes stories, fingerplays & songs in Spanish & English.

Baby Storytime (RHRTPL) Tue, 10 & 11am (Aug 21-Nov 6) Ages: Birth-23 Mos (GMCL) Thu, 11am (Jun 7-Aug 2, Sep 6-Nov 22) Ages: Birth-18 Mos Foster early literacy with books, songs, rhymes, playtime & signs. Toddler Storytime (RHRTPL) Thu, 10 & 11am (Aug 23-Nov 8) Ages: 24-35 Mos (GMCL) Wed, 10:30am (Jun 6-Aug 1, Sep 5-Nov 21) Ages:18 -36 Mos Enjoy interactive books, music & playtime in this on-the-lap storytime. Preschool Storytime (RHRTPL) Wed, 10 & 11am (Aug 22-Nov 7) Ages: 3-5 Yrs (GMCL) Tue, 11am (Jun 5-Jul 31, Sep 4-Nov 20) Ages: 3-5 Yrs Build school readiness with stories, songs & activities for preschoolers.

Inclusive Storytime Ages: All (RHRTPL) Thu, 4pm (Sep 13, Oct 11, Nov 8) Engaging books, social stories, music & sensory play for all abilities. (GMCL) Family Programs Space is limited. Please arrive early to best ensure seating. Subject to change. Kid Zorro: A Bilingual Puppet Musical Wed, Jun 13, 3pm Ages: All Zorro must save the local Mission from a diabolical plan! Michael D. McCarty: Storyteller Wed, Jun 20, 3:30pm Ages: All Master storyteller Michael D. McCarty will share engaging and inspiring stories. Science on the Go Wed, Jun 27, 3:30pm Ages: All Journey through North America with fascinating artifacts and live animals.

Dino Encounters Wed, Jul 11, 3:30pm Ages: All Learn about prehistoric Earth and meet Rocky the T. Rex. Kids Imagine Nation Wed, Jul 25, 3:30pm Ages: All Dance and sing and join the fun in this high-energy, interactive show for kids. 45 Location: (GMCL) 41000 County Center Drive Phone: 951-296-3893 Website: rivlib.net Library Hours: Mon-Tue 11am-7pm Fri-Sat 1pm-5pm Wed-Thu 10am-6pm Sun Closed Book Store: (951) 296-3737 Grace Mellman Community Library SUMMER READING PROGRAM Reading Takes You Everywhere Reading is the ticket to adventure as we travel the globe with programs, storytimes, contests and prizes! Visit the Ronald H.

Roberts Temecula Public Library or Grace Mellman Community Library for more details! Registration begins June 11th!

46 The City of Temecula is proud to offer a wide array of aquatics programs for all ages and abilities. Dates and times may change due to holidays, special events, swimmer safety, facility maintenance, or participation levels. For more detailed information email theAquatics office at Swim@TemeculaCA.gov or call the Aquatics office at 951-694-6480. Locations CRC Pool Location: Community Recreation Center, 30875 Rancho Vista Road Amenities: 25 Yard Heated Pool Depth range of 3 1/2 ft - 12 ft Water slide, indoor showers, dressing rooms and lockers (locks not provided) CHS Pool Location: Chaparral High School, 27215 Nicolas Road Amenities: 25 Yard Heated, 8 Lane Competition Pool Recreational Pool with Diving Board Zero Depth Spray Play Area Dressing Rooms & Lockers (locks not provided) TES Pool Location: Temecula Elementary School, 29119 Margarita Road Amenities: 25 Yard Heated Pool All-shallow pool with depths ranging from 3-4 1/2 ft Pool Guidelines • For safety concerns, masks, fins and snorkels are prohibited at all times.

• Only “Coast Guard Approved” flotation life jackets may be worn. All youth wearing life jackets must be accompanied by an adult in the water. • Life jackets available for check out at no additional cost. • Shirts are prohibited on the water slide and in deep water. • Pools are subject to closure if weather presents a hazard. • Swim diapers are required for all infants. • The Community Services Department will not assume any responsibility for any personal property. Please do not bring valuables! Safety for Non-Swimmers Life jackets are provided for all pool patrons. All non-swimmers are strongly encouraged to wear a life jacket while at the pool.

Children under 8 and non- swimmers should be within arm’s reach of a parent/guardian at all times. Water Slide Rules Swimmers must be 48” tall to use the water slide. No life jackets or t-shirts may be worn on the slide. Swimmers must go down the slide one at a time. Disabled Access The City of Temecula provides disabled access for swimmers with disabilities. All aquatics programs and activities are open to those who can participate with a reasonable accommodation. Contact our office for further information. Public Swim Ages: All (Children under 12 must be accompanied by adult 18+) Only “Coast Guard Approved” life jackets permitted.

Life jackets are available for day use. For pool pass information, visit the website. Hours may be extended as weather permits.

Fee: Resident/$1(0-12 yrs & 55+); $2.50 (13-54 yrs) Non-Resident/$5 Location: CRC Pool Dates Day Time Jun 11-Aug 14 Mon-Fri 12:30-3:30pm May 26-Oct 7 Sat-Sun 1:00-5:00pm Aug 15-Sep 19 Wed 1:30-3:30pm Holiday Hours: 11:00am-3:00pm (May 28, Jul 4, Sep 3) Location: CHS Pool Dates Day Time Jun 11-Aug 14 Mon-Fri 2:45-4:45pm Holiday Closures: Jul 4 Practice at Public Swim If you have a child participating in a current session of swim lessons, you can receive a discounted rate for Public Swim at the CHS pool and Family Fun Night at the CRC pool only. To get this special offer, bring your receipt of payment to show at the window.

You will still need to provide proof of residency. Family Fun Nights at the Pool A great way for parents and kids to cool off on warm summer nights. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Fee: $1/Resident; $5/Non-resident Location: CRC Pool Dates: M/W/F Jun 11-Aug 31 Time: 6:30-8:00pm Skip Dates: Jun 20, Jul 18, Aug 3, Aug 22 Special Needs Family Night Children and adults with special needs can enjoy a fun and safe environment with their families at the pool. Fee: $1/Resident; $5/Non-resident Location: CRC Pool Dates: Wednesday, Jun 20, Jul 18, Aug 22 Time: 6:30-8:00pm Pool Party Zone Celebrate a birthday, graduation or any special occasion with a party at the pool! Have your own private area for you and guests during weekend Public Swim (1:00-5:00pm) at the CRC. Cost is $200 and includes a 10x20 canopy, tables, chairs and pool entry for 20 guests.

Weekend dates are available from May 26- Oct 7. Visit TemeculaCA.gov/SWIM for details and to make your reservation. Swim Buddy Volunteer Program Ages: 13Years - Adults The Swim Buddy Program is part of our Adaptive Swim Lessons where volunteers work directly with lesson participants. Lessons offer 1 instructor with 3 students and 3 swim buddies (one for each student). It is a Swim Buddy’s role to act as an extension of the instructor and assist with instruction. If interested, please visit TemeculaCA.gov/SWIM to complete a volunteer application. Location: CRC Session 1 Training Date: Sat, Jun 9 Time: 9:00-10:30am Session 2 Training Date: Sat, Jul 7 Time: 9:00-10:30am To register online visit: TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD

Lap Swim Ages: 12Years - Adults This is a non-instructional program for individuals who want to swim for fitness or therapeutic purposes. A lifeguard will be present. NOTE: Times subject to change. Visit our website for most up-to-date information. Fee: $1/Resident; $5/Non-resident Location: CRC Pool Dates Day Time Ongoing Sat 7:00am-9:00am Thru May 31 Mon-Fri 5:30am-8:30am Jun 1-Aug 3 Mon-Fri 5:30am-8:00am Begins Aug 6 Mon-Fri 5:30am-8:30am May 21-Aug 14 Mon-Fri 11:15am-12:15pm Begins Aug 15 Mon-Fri 10:45am-1:00pm Jun 11-Sep 28* Mon-Fri 6:30pm-8:00pm *Skip Dates: Jun 20, Jul 4, Jul 18, Aug 22-23, Sep 3 Location: CHS Pool Dates Day Time Jun 11-Aug 14 Mon-Fri 9:00am-5:00pm NOTE: Number of lanes available will vary throughout the day 100 Mile Swim Ages: 12Years - Adults We are challenging you to swim 100 miles in 2018! Swimmers who complete laps throughout the year will receive a 100 Mile Swim t-shirt.

One mile in the CRC or CHS pool is 70 lengths or 35 laps. We’ll help you track your swimming daily on the 100 mile board. This is a FREE program, but all yardage must be completed in a City of Temecula pool during lap swim. See a lifeguard to sign up today! NOTE: Lap swim fee applies. Location: CRC/CHS Pools Dates: Ongoing Fee: FREE Masters Program Ages: Adults Designed to help swimmers improve fitness or train for specific goals, and offer support for a healthy lifestyle through friendship and camaraderie. Program is for the long-time competitor or beginner swimmer. Workouts are ongoing and are designed to meet different fitness levels.

Participants must pay yearly dues of $54 online at TemeculaCA.gov/SWIM and complete a U.S. Masters registration form. Fees due by the 1st of the month or $10 late fee assessed. Location: CRC Pool Endurance/Speed Fee: $30/Monthly Dates: Mon/Wed/Fri (5:30-7:00am) Skill/Technique Fee: $30/Monthly Dates: Tue/Thu (5:30-7:00am) & Sat (7:00-8:30am) Fundamentals of Water Polo Water Polo is an exciting fast-paced game that incorporates athletic elements from soccer, basketball, football, rugby, and of course swimming. Learn and improve ball- handling, passing, shooting, game set-up, plays and strategy.

Location: CHS Pool Fee: $80/8 Wks Ages: 8-11 Years (Must have ability to swim 25 yards) Class# Class Dates Day Time Level 5401.201 Jun 16-Aug 4 Sat 10:00-11:00am Beginning 5401.202 Jun 16-Aug 4 Sat 10:00-11:00am Intermediate Ages: 12-15 Years (Must have ability to swim 50 yards) Class# Class Dates Day Time Level 5402.201 Jun 16-Aug 4 Sat 11:00-12:00pm Beg/Int 5402.202 Jun 16-Aug 4 Sat 11:00-12:00pm Int/Adv Aquatic Fitness Classes Ages: 14Years - Adults The City of Temecula offers a variety of Aquatic Fitness classes for all levels. Not sure which class is best for you? Try your first class for FREE! Any day, any month.

Just arrive at the pool and receive your first class for free. Registration online is required for the monthly classes listed below. Ability to swim is not necessary. Classes may be cancelled due to low enrollment. Shallow Water Aerobics Low-impact but high energy! Take advantage of the aquatic environment to energize your workout routine with cardio resistance training and stretching. Class is monthly and can be taken once, twice or three times per week. Fee:$16/4 Wks (1 day/wk); $28/4 Wks (2 day/wk); $35/4 Wks (3 days/wk) Class Dates Day Time Pool Jun 1-Jun 29 Mon/Wed/Fri 8:00-8:50am CRC Jul 2-Aug 3* Mon/Wed/Fri 8:00-8:50am CRC Aug 6-Aug 31 Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30-10:30am CRC Sep 5-Sep 28 Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30-10:30am CRC Oct 1-Oct 31 Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30-10:30am CRC Nov 2-Nov 30* Mon/Wed/Fri 9:30-10:30am CRC Deep Water Power Hour Jogging and kickboxing meet the water in this moderate-to-high intensity workout with cardio and powerful resistance moves, all while working the core.

Participants will use flotation belts and should be comfortable in deep water. Class Dates Day Time Fee Pool Jun 16-Jun 30 Sat 8:45-9:45am $12/3 Wks CHS Jul 7-Jul 28 Sat 8:45-9:45am $16/4 Wks CHS Aug 4-Aug 25 Sat 10:00-11:00am $16/4 Wks CRC Sep 1-Sep 29 Sat 10:00-11:00am $20/5 Wks CRC Oct 6-Oct 27 Sat 10:00-11:00am $16/4 Wks CRC Aquacise Through the fusion of aerobic exercises with high energy dance-based choreography, tone muscles and improve cardiovascular health in a fun, upbeat environment. Routines feature dynamic rhythms and easy-to-learn moves. Fee: $16/4 Wks (1 day/wk); $28/4 Wks (2 days/wk) Class Dates Day Time Pool Jun 4-Jun 27 Mon/Wed 7:00-8:00pm TES Jul 2-Jul 30* Mon/Wed 7:00-8:00pm TES Aug 1-Aug 29 Mon/Wed 7:00-8:00pm TES Aqua Fit Get moving in the pool with this moderate-to-intense workout using the water’s resistance to tone the entire body and get the heart rate up.

This shallow water class is high energy and high fun!

Fee: $16/4 Wks (1 day/wk); $28/4 Wks (2 days/wk) Class Dates Day Time Pool Jun 5-Jun 28 Tue/Thu 8:00-8:50am CRC Jul 3-Aug 2 Tue/Thu 8:00-8:50am CRC Aug 7-Aug 30 Tue/Thu 9:30-10:30am CRC Sep 4-Sep 27 Tue/Thu 9:30-10:30am CRC Oct 2-Oct 30 Tue/Thu 9:30-10:30am CRC Nov 1-Nov 29 Tue/Thu 9:30-10:30am CRC Water Walking Take your walking to the water and burn twice as many calories! One mile in water is equivalent to two miles on land, and builds muscle and endurance. Class is monthly and can be taken once, twice or three times per week. Fee: $16/4 Wks (1 day/wk); $28/4 Wks (2 days/wk) Class Dates Day Time Pool Jun 5-Jun 28 Tue/Thu 7:00-8:00pm TES Jul 3-Jul 31 Tue/Thu 7:00-8:00pm TES Aug 2-Aug 30 Tue/Thu 7:00-8:00pm TES *Class Skip Dates: Jul 4, Nov 22 47

48 Swim Lessons The City of Temecula is proud to offer an expanded swim lesson program. Please see the following information regarding placement, available lessons, and swim level descriptions. It may take multiple sessions to pass a swim lesson level. Swim Lesson Placement Enrolling in the appropriate level is critical for success. Every effort should be made to select the appropriate class based on age and skill level. Read the swim level descriptions carefully and if you are still unsure of which level, attend a Swim Level Assessment. If enrollment is made into a class that is not at the child’s ability, space in another class cannot be guaranteed.

Swim Level Descriptions Parent and Me Ages: 6 Mos. - 3Yrs Designed for parent/child or caregiver/child interaction. Introduces basic skills including water adjustment and entry, bubble blowing, underwater exploration, front and back position, front kick, arm movement, rolling over, and age- appropriate safety topics. Infants must wear swim diaper. Beginning Toddler Ages: 3 - 5 Yrs Introduces swimming and water safety skills. Students must be able to listen and follow directions. Skills taught include water adjustment, bubble blowing, underwater exploration, front and back floats, kicking and alternate arm strokes, rolling over, and age-appropriate safety topics.

Advanced Toddler Ages: 3 - 5 Yrs Designed to follow Beginning Toddler course. Must be able to blow bubbles, front and back float unassisted for 5 seconds, submerge face without goggles, and climb out of the pool unassisted. Skills taught include fully submerge and retrieve items, bobbing, swimming on front and back, introduction of treading water, finning arm action on back, and age-appropriate safety topics. Level 1 - Water Exploration Ages: 5+ Yrs Designed to be a beginning level course. Participants learn elementary skills including under water exploration, introduction to front crawl, backstroke, back float and front float with support, kicking and alternate arm strokes, bobbing, entering and exiting the water, and age-appropriate safety topics.

Level 2 - Primary Skills Ages: 5+ Yrs Must have mastered Level 1. Learn fundamental skills including float without support and recover to a vertical position, front crawl, back crawl, rhythmic breathing, and age-appropriate safety skills. This level marks the beginning of true locomotion skills and adds to self-help and basic rescue skills. Level 3 - Stroke Development Ages: 5+ Yrs Must have mastered Level 2. Learn skills of front crawl with rotary breathing, diving from the side of the pool, dolphin and scissor kicks, front crawl and elementary backstroke, treading water, and age-appropriate safety skills.

Level 4 - Improvement (45 Minute Lesson) Must have mastered Level 3 skills. Develop confidence in the strokes learned thus far and improve other skills. Introduces butterfly, breaststroke, sidestroke, and age-appropriate safety topics. Participants increase their endurance by swimming greater distances during this course.

Level 5/6 - Combo Class (Participants placed in appropriate level) Level 5 (Stroke Refinement) - Must have mastered Level 4 skills. Participants will have good basic stroke skills. Objective is to refine key strokes. New skills introduced will be flip turn, tuck and pike surface dives, and sculling. Level 6 (Stroke Proficiency) - Must have mastered Level 5 skills. Learn to polish strokes and use them with ease, efficiency, power, and smoothness. Participants develop considerable endurance, surface dives and sculling. FREE Swim Level Assessment Our trained staff will assess your child’s ability and determine which level is most appropriate prior to registration.

Pre-registration not required. Location: CRC Pool Dates Day Time Session May 12 Sat 11:30am-12:30pm Summer - Session 1 Jun 9 Sat 11:30am-12:30pm Summer - Session 2 Jun 23 Sat 11:30am-12:30pm Summer - Session 3 Jul 7 Sat 11:30am-12:30pm Summer - Session 4 Jul 21 Sat 11:30am-12:30pm Summer - Session 5 Aug 25 Sat 11:30am-12:30pm Fall Session How to Register: Registration takes place during the specified registration dates listed on the registration charts on the following page. Online registration begins at 8am on the dates specified. Walk-in registration is available at the CRC on the specified registration dates between 9am-4pm only.

It is important to remember that priority is given to online registration which begins at 8am. Check the charts for lessons offered to determine desired classes. Swim lesson registrations will be handled in the following priority: First Priority: Online registration for Temecula residents Second Priority: Online registration for non-residents. Non-residents include, but are not limited to: De Luz, Silverhawk, French Valley, Morgan Hill and other nearby communities To complete your registration online visit: TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD Online Registration: The City of Temecula has recently upgraded to a new online registration system, CivicRec.

If you have not created an account in the new system we encourage you to do so prior to the first day of registration, as lessons fill up quickly. Select the SWIM LESSON tab for a complete listing of available lessons.

Refund and Swim Lesson Policy • Refunds and/or transfers must be requested (2) business days prior to the lesson start date. A 20% cancellation fee will be applied. • Refunds or credits will not be given when a class is cancelled due to unavoidable circumstances or for participant illness or absence. Questions? Contact the Aquatics Office at 951-694-6480 or email: Swim@TemeculaCA.gov

Registration NON RESIDENTS summer & Fall Lessons Lesson Schedule: 2-Week sessions Mon-Fri; 30 min. per day (unless otherwise noted) Lesson Fees: Residents $45; Non-Residents $55 49 One on One Lessons Ages: 12Yrs - Adults Have you never learned to swim or need assistance with gaining confidence in the water? Do you have special needs that can only be accommodated in a one-on-one class? If so, this class was designed for you.

Registration is accepted at the Aquatics office during the date listed from 9am-4:45pm. Fee: $70/Res.; $80/Non-resident Days: Sat Location: CHS Pool Lesson Times: 9:00-9:40am; 9:50-10:30am Session 1: Jun 16-Jul 7 Registration: May 1 Session 2: Jul 14-Aug 4 Registration: May 1 Semi-Private Lessons Ages: 3 - 12Yrs Lessons provide the opportunity to learn at your own pace and can be adapted for all abilities. Each session consists of four, 25-minute lessons. Fee: $75/Resident; $85/Non-resident Registration begins: May 30 Location: CRC Pool Days: Tue/Thu Lesson Times: 6:30-6:55pm; 7:00-7:25pm Location: CHS Pool Days: Mon/Wed Lesson Times: 5:00-5:25pm; 5:30-5:55pm; 6:00-6:25pm Session 1: Jun 11-Jun 21 Session 4: Jul 23-Aug 2 Session 2: Jun 25-Jul 5 Session 5: Aug 6-Aug 16 Session 3: Jul 9-Jul 19 Session 6: Aug 20-Aug 30 Adult Learn to Swim Classes taught in a group setting at beginner and intermediate levels by a certified and experienced Water Safety Instructor.

Fee: $45/Resident; $55/Non-resident Location: CRC Pool Class# Dates Day Time 5001.201 Jun 9-Jun 30 Sat 9:00-10:00am 5001.202 Jul 7-Jul 28 Sat 9:00-10:00am 5001.203 Aug 4-Aug 25 Sat 9:00-10:00am 5001.204 Sep 1-Sep 22 Sat 9:00-10:00am 5001.205 Sep 29-Oct 20 Sat 9:00-10:00am Class# Dates Days Time 5002.201 Jun 12-Jun 21 Tue/Thu 6:30-7:30pm 5002.202 Jun 26-Jul 5 Tue/Thu 6:30-7:30pm 5002.203 Jul 10-Jul 19 Tue/Thu 6:30-7:30pm 5002.204 Jul 24-Aug 2 Tue/Thu 6:30-7:30pm 5002.205 Aug 7-Aug 16 Tue/Thu 6:30-7:30pm 5002.206 Aug 21-Aug 30 Tue/Thu 6:30-7:30pm Adaptive Swim Lesson Meet & Greet Learn more about special needs lessons, become familiar with the pool, and meet our instructors.

Swimmers will have the opportunity to get into the water with an instructor for five minutes, to get a sense of what they will be doing. Date: Wed, Jun 6 Location: TES Pool Time: 1:30pm Adaptive Swim Lessons Ages: 3 - 15Yrs Individuals will gain confidence and improve kicking and stroking ability. Environment promotes success mixed with fun and play. Class sizes are small and each student is paired with a volunteer “swim buddy” during class. Fee: $45/Resident; $55/Non-resident Location: TES Pool Lesson Times: 1:30-2pm; 2:10-2:40pm; 2:50-3:20pm Lesson Dates Days Registration Dates Jun 11-Jun 21 Mon-Thu Begins May 29 Jun 25-Jul 5 Mon-Thu Begins May 29 Jul 9-Jul 19 Mon-Thu Begins May 29 Jul 23-Aug 2 Mon-Thu Begins May 29 Fall Lessons & Registration Dates LESSON DATES REGISTRATION REGISTRATION SESSION (MON-FRI) RESIDENTS NON-RESIDENTS Fall Sep 10-Sep 21 Aug 30-Sep 6 Sep 4-Sep 6 CRC Pool, 30875 Rancho Vista Rd.

LESSONS CLASS TIMES (Classes are 30 min. per day) Beginning Toddler 4:15p, 5:25p, 6:00p Advanced Toddler 4:15p, 4:50p, 5:25p, 6:00p Level 1 4:15p, 4:50p, 6:00p Level 2 4:15p, 4:50p, 5:25p Level 3 4:50p, 5:25p, 6:00p Summer Lessons & Registration Dates LESSON DATES REGISTRATION REGISTRATION SESSION (MON-FRI) RESIDENTS NON-RESIDENTS Session 1 Jun 11-Jun 22 May 29-Jun 7 Jun 6-Jun 8 Session 2 Jun 25-Jul 6* Jun 14-Jun 21 Jun 19-Jun 21 Session 3 Jul 9-Jul 20 Jun 28-Jul 5 Jul 3-Jul 5 Session 4 Jul 23-Aug 3 Jul 12-Jul 19 Jul 17-Jul 19 Session 5 Aug 6-Aug 17 Jul 26-Aug 2 Jul 31-Aug 2 *Class Skip Date: Jul 4 CRC Pool, 30875 Rancho Vista Rd.

LESSONS CLASS TIMES Parent and Me 10:10a, 4:20p Beginning Toddler 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:10a, 10:45a, 3:45p, 4:20p, 4:55p, 5:30p Advanced Toddler 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:10a, 10:45a, 3:45p, 4:20p, 4:55p, 5:30p Level 1 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:10a, 10:45a, 3:45p, 4:20p, 4:55p, 5:30p Level 2 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:10a, 10:45a, 3:45p, 4:20p, 4:55p, 5:30p Level 3 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:45a, 3:45p, 4:55p, 5:30p Level 4* 9:00a, 9:50a, 3:45p, 4:35p, 5:25p Level 5/6* 9:00a, 9:50a, 3:45p, 4:35p, 5:25p *Levels 4 and 5/6 are both 45 minute classes CHS Pool, 27215 Nicolas Rd.

LESSONS CLASS TIMES Parent and Me 10:10a, 1:55p Beginning Toddler 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:10a, 10:45a, 12:45p, 1:20p, 1:55p Advanced Toddler 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:10a, 10:45a, 12:45p, 1:20p, 1:55p Level 1 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:10a, 10:45a, 12:45p, 1:20p, 1:55p Level 2 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:10a, 10:45a, 12:45p, 1:20p Level 3 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:45a, 12:45p, 1:20p, 1:55p Level 4* 9:00a, 9:50a, 10:40a, 12:45p, 1:35p Level 5/6* 9:00a, 9:50a, 10:40a, 12:45p, 1:35p *Levels 4 and 5/6 are both 45 minute classes TES Pool, 29119 Margarita Rd.

LESSONS CLASS TIMES Parent and Me 10:45a, 5:05p Beginning Toddler 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:10a, 10:45a, 4:30p, 5:05p, 5:40p, 6:15p Advanced Toddler 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:10a, 10:45a, 4:30p, 5:05p, 5:40p, 6:15p Level 1 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:10a, 10:45a, 4:30p, 5:05p, 5:40p, 6:15p Level 2 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:10a, 10:45a, 4:30p, 5:05p, 5:40p, 6:15p Level 3 9:00a, 9:35a, 10:10a, 4:30p, 5:40p, 6:15p

Sports Facilities & Leagues City of Temecula sports facilities are maintained year-round and offer high quality community park sites. Facilities include lighted and unlighted softball/ baseball diamonds, soccer/football fields, indoor basketball/volleyball courts, roller hockey arena and tennis courts. To obtain information regarding available sports facilities, field conditions, youth or adult leagues, tournaments and public use, visit our informative website at TemeculaCA.gov/SPORTS, call the Sports Division at 951-694-6480 or email: Sports@TemeculaCA.gov. Sports Fields available at these locations: Location Address Pala Community Park 44900 Temecula Ln.

Paloma Del Sol Park 32099 De Portola Rd. Ronald Reagan Sports Park 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. Temecula Middle School 42075 Meadows Pkwy. Margarita Community Park 29119 Margarita Rd. Harveston Community Park 28582 Harveston Dr. Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park 32380 Deer Hollow Way Field Closures To be placed on an email list to be notified of field closures, visit the city website at TemeculaCA.gov/SPORTS or call our hotline at (951) 694-6480 Ext. 4947. This hotline will be updated at 3:00pm on days of inclement weather. Sports Leagues Corporate Softball League Do you and your co-workers like to compete? Have you always wanted to beat your business competition in a game of softball? Now’s your chance! Join the Corporate Softball League and show off your team skills.

This is a great way for companies to foster teamwork, improve employee health, and build morale. For more details, visit TemeculaCA.gov/SPORTS.

2018 Summer/Fall Adult Softball Leagues Packages regarding rules and procedures are available at PHBSP, the CRC, or can be downloaded from the City website at: TemeculaCA.gov/SPORTS. Interested participants may place their name on an eligibility list or email the Sports Division at Sports@TemeculaCA.gov. Every effort will be made to place interested players on a team, but placement is not guaranteed. Location: PHBSP Fields Fee: $500/Team (*additional $10/non-resident fee/per player) Registration Date: Jun 12 Day League Start Date Time Mon Mens II Jul 30 6:00-10:00pm Tue Mens I/Women’s Jul 31 6:00-10:00pm Wed Corporate Aug 1 6:00-10:00pm Thu Mens II Aug 2 6:00-10:00pm Fri Co-ed Aug 3 6:00-10:00pm *Non-Resident Fee Policy - Non-residents are defined as those who reside outside the city limits of Temecula.

Non-residents are required to pay an additional fee of $10/per player, per division, per season. Sports Tournaments 2018 Adult Softball Tournaments Location: PHBSP Fields Fee: $250/Team Spark of Love Date Day Type Registration Date Dec 8 Sat Mens Nov 6 Dec 9 Sun Co-ed Nov 6 CRC GYM The CRC offers special open gym time for teens, adults, seniors and special needs featuring basketball and volleyball. Dates and times may change for holidays, special events, and facility maintenance. A monthly calendar of hours can be obtained online at TemeculaCA.gov/GYM or by calling the CRC. Fee Type: Fee Amount: Required Resident Card $1/Annually Required Non-resident Card $1/Annually Resident Entrance FREE Non-resident Entrance $3/Visit PickleBall The City of Temecula is excited to offer Pickleball at the below locations.

Outdoor locations utilize tennis courts. The Pickleball area is designated by the blue lines marked on the court. Use is on a first-come, first-serve basis. Outdoor Courts: Times: Margarita Community Park 8:00am-10:00pm Pala Community Park 8:00am-10:00pm Indoor Court: (CRC) Community Recreation Center Adults 18+ Day: Sun Time: 5:00-7:00pm Teens Only (Upon request) Day: Mon-Fri Time: 2:45-4:00pm Roller Hockey Arenas The City of Temecula offers two-regulation sized roller hockey arenas for roller hockey enthusiasts of all ages. In addition to regularly-scheduled open skate time, the arenas are used extensively by local non-profit youth hockey leagues.

Location: Ronald Reagan Sports Park and Margarita Community Park Community Open Skate Fee: FREE Day Time Mon-Fri 8:00am-3:00pm Sun 8:00am-Dusk Park Closures: Jul 3-4, Oct 26 50 Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park Contact Temecula Community Services @ TemeculaCA.gov/SPORTS or call 951-694-6480 Team SoftServe (FlowServe), Corporate Division

51 Temecula Park System The City of Temecula’s park system currently consists of 40 beautiful parks that are available for public and recreational use. Please refer to adjacent Park Directory for locations and amenities. The following is helpful information regarding park guidelines and rules. For more information, visit the City’s website at TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD or contact the Community Services Department at 951-694-6480. Important Park Rules: • Providing services, selling merchandise, teaching classes or holding any other unauthorized activity without prior approval is prohibited. • Consumption of alcohol and smoking are prohibited.

• Loitering in City parks is not permitted. • Overnight parking is prohibited at all park sites and facilities. • Dogs must be on a leash at all times.

• Flying balloons, planes, rockets, and fireworks are prohibited. • Use of party jumps must be pre-approved. Call for information. Temecula Skate Park This one-acre skate park provides the ultimate skateboarding, in-line skating and scooter experience. Park consists of a competition 60’ diameter bowl and ramp entry. A 10’ wide apron connects the upper bowl with a street plaza skate area. The street plaza boasts a pyramid, fun box, curbs, ramps, stairs and a handrail. The facility is lighted for night skating and can accommodate a maximum of 30 skaters. Helmets, knee and elbow pads are required.

Please bring your own protective gear. A parent/ legal guardian must complete registration for minors. A membership card is required for all skaters at the cost of $1/annually. The park is staffed and open to the public for sessions that are designated for skaters or scooters. Sessions alternate on a weekly basis. Download a monthly schedule and get information on upcoming skate park events at: TemeculaCA.gov/SKATEPARK or call 951-694-6480. To reach the Skate Park during hours of operation call 951-694-6480 Ext. 3955. Location: 42569 Margarita Road Open Skate Fee Resident Entrance FREE Non-Resident Entrance $5/Visit Park Closures: Jul 3-4, Sep 16, Oct 26, Oct 31, Nov 22-23 Dog parks The City of Temecula offers two dog parks for residents and their furry friends to enjoy.

These parks are located at Redhawk Community Park and Margarita Community Park. Both parks have enclosed play areas for dogs to run freely, a dog water fountain and plenty of bag dispensers. To make the most of your visit, please read the rules posted at the park prior to entry. Lake Parks Temecula offers two beautiful lake park settings that have wonderful displays of nature including birds, fish and of course, the many ducks that call these lakes their home. The City recently began a campaign to enlighten the public concerning the feeding of ducks and other water fowl. Feeding ducks “people food” is detrimental to their livelihood and leads to overpopulation, nutritional problems, and aggressive behavior.

Please join us in keeping our parks and wildlife protected.

Harveston Lake Park, 29005 Lake House Road A 3-acre lake offering scenic walking and biking trails, a play structure, and picnic areas. Temecula Duck Pond, 28250Ynez Road Located in the heart of the City and also home to the Temecula Veteran’s Memorial, Japanese Friendship Garden and Dutch Sister City statues from the Netherlands. Please enjoy your parks responsibly! Contact Temecula Community Services @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD or call 951-694-6480

Around & About Temecula The City of Temecula Community Services Department is proud to present a new TV series called Around & About Temecula.

The life-style segments capture the look and feel of living in the City of Temecula.Around &About is a great resource that showcases its people, parks, programs and so much more. Follow host Jeff Lawrence as he explores the endless fun that the City of Temecula provides residents and visitors alike. This is a great opportunity to learn all about Temecula and the new and exciting things to do and see. Around & About Temecula is designed to capture Temecula’s Community Services Department’s activities and programs. Unfortunately, we are unable to film outside organization events. Please visit TemeculaCA.gov/AroundTemecula to view the new and previous episodes.

City of Temecula App The City of TemeculaApp is designed to enhance citizen engagement by streamlining access to City information. Within the app, you can find information regarding City parks and facilities, contact information, news, social media feeds, and event calendars. You can also view Channel 3, Temecula TV directly on your device. In addition to providing information, the City of Temecula App allows access to City services. Residents will have the ability to report non-emergency issues to the City at any time of the day or night. Issues such as potholes, graffiti, homeless concerns and more can be reported quickly and easily using photographs, location, and other information about the issue.

Places of Interest Looking for some staycation activities? You can visit two other countries in your own backyard. Stop by the Temecula Duck Pond to stroll through the Japanese Friendship Garden and view the beautiful Dutch statues - gifts from our Sister City, Leidschendam-Voorburg. While you’re there be sure to visit the Veteran’s Memorial which is a moving tribute in honor of local veterans. Temecula Veterans Memorial The City of Temecula “Letters Home” Veteran’s Memorial displays a life-sized bronze sculpture of a soldier reflecting as he writes a letter home. The beautiful setting also includes a sheltering tree that symbolizes the protection provided by those who selflessly serve our country.

The wall surrounding the sculpture proudly displays actual “Letters Home” from those who have served throughout our nation’s history. A final element to the memorial is the “Path of Honor” engraved pavers leading to the sculpture that were purchased to honor loved ones who have served our country. For more information, call 951-694-6480. Japanese Friendship Garden Uponenteringthegateandstrolling along the pathway to the right, one will see the beautiful Japanese Garden. This serene area of the park represents Temecula’s long-standing friendship with our Sister City - Daisen, Japan. In 2004, a small area of the park, which incorporates traditional elements of a Japanese garden, was dedicated in honor of the 10th anniversary of our Sister Cities relationship.

Recently, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of our friendship with Daisen, the City added some new features to the garden, including a Torii gate, garden fox statues, traditional Japanese lanterns, a Japanese-style footbridge, and beautiful cherry trees that blossom in the spring.

“Singing in the Rain” & Dutch Tulips A familiar sight at the Pond is the “Singing in the Rain” statue that was a gift from our Sister City - Leidschendam-Voorburg, Netherlands, following the attacks of September 11, 2001. As a symbol of peace and unity between our two cities, the “mother and child on a bicycle” statue was created by Voorburg resident and artist Franz Kokshoorn and presented to the City of Temecula in 2002. Eleven years later, in 2013, another Dutch artist, Jeroen Stok, fashioned the two large stainless steel tulips you see flanking the bicycle statue. With the addition of these monuments of peace, your time at the Duck Pond reveals a tribute to our friends across the globe.

52 Contact Temecula Community Services @ TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD or call 951-694-6480 @temeculaparksandrec For the latest event & program info! City of Temecula View the latest episode on YouTube! Download the App today!

53 Creating Community Through People, Parks & Programs “It’s What We Do!” Responsible Compassion The City of Temecula understands the concerns and frustrations of its residents surrounding the community impactsofhomelessness.PublicSafety is the City’s top priority, as evidenced by the immediate commitment of Measure S funding to include the addition of two sworn officers assigned to the Homeless Outreach Team (HOT).

The City also employs a full-time Homeless Outreach Liaison who can be reached by email at: HomelessOutreach@TemeculaCA.gov The City’s efforts include: • Partnering with law enforcement, neighboring municipalities, faith-based organizations, and select non-profits to create a cohesive network of resources, proactive outreach, and community education initiatives • Supporting the Problem Oriented Policing (POP) model with a dedicated multi- agency Homelessness Outreach Team (HOT) which works on an individual basis to prevent and respond to illegal activity • Working to educate the community about avenues for helping homeless individuals without unintentionally reinforcing problem behaviors • Participating in annual surveys to support a data-driven approach to policies and initiatives, as well as to gain insight into regional socio-economic factors, which influence rates of homelessness in our community • Sharing best practices with other regional agencies to improve local efforts and create a consistent climate of responsible compassion throughout the region • Utilizing City Park Rangers, other staff, and the Community Action Patrol to act as “eyes and ears” supporting the Temecula Police Department in its efforts to deter unlawful behavior and respond quickly to citizen concerns • Leveraging social media to communicate directly with concerns as well as coordinate efforts • Utilizing the City Mobile App for reporting • Development of Responsible Compassion Website to be a regional avenue for shared information • Outreach Events that align resources including Faith-Based Forums and maintaining local resource guide available on ResponsibleCompassion.com The City’s comprehensive approach to the issue of homelessness, Responsible Compassion, goes to the heart of this very complicated issue.

To alleviate the impacts of homelessness, the City needs residents to be both compassionate andresponsible.Thatmeansdirectinggenerositytowardorganizationseffectively helping individuals experiencing homelessness. Well-intended actions such as giving to panhandlers may end up enabling larger problems like substance abuse or exploitative relationships.

The 2018 County-wide Point in Time Homeless Survey reflected a significant decrease in the number of individuals experiencing homelessness in the City, from 85 unsheltered individuals in 2017 to 70 in 2018. Q: What should I do if panhandlers approach me? A: If you feel threatened, call 911. The City encourages residents to respond to panhandlers with a respectful but firm “No.” All of our partner organizations, as well as law enforcement concur that giving money to panhandlers does more harm than good, and may encourage panhandling and support illegal activity including drug use. Responsible options for generosity include volunteering with or donating to any of the local organizations that work to solve homelessness in our community.

Q: When can I call the police? A: You should always call 911 if you need emergency assistance from police or fire, if there is a medical emergency, or an immediate threat to public safety. For non-emergency calls, please call 951-696-4357 (951-696-HELP). The Temecula Police Department also will take action for violations of the Aggressive Solicitation Ordinance, theft of recyclables, possession of a shopping cart, public consumption of alcohol, illegal camping, loitering, trespassing, urinating in public, or other disruptive behavior.

Resources Community Mission of Hope (Homeless & low income) 41760 Rider Way, Temecula, CA 92590 951-444-1404 info@cmoh.net or CommunityMissionofHope.com The Help Center (any resident needing assistance) The Help Center (formerly the “Pantry”), under new management and direction, is a place for everyone in need of resources and connections, including veterans, their families, those experiencing homelessness, low-income, and at-risk youth.

28922 Pujol Street, Temecula, CA 92590 951-694-6480 HomelessOuttreach@TemeculaCA.gov Veterans Outreach The City of Temecula cares about its veterans and their families. In the coming months, the City will begin a comprehensive program that will help connect veterans and their families to local resources including employment connections, housing, medical and transition services. Please watch for a community needs assessment on our Veterans’ Outreach Page.

54 Facility Rentals The City of Temecula offers venues that are available to rent for your next memorable gathering. From wedding receptions and bridal showers to meetings and corporate functions, the City of Temecula has just the place for you. Contact the below locations directly for more details or to schedule a tour. Temecula Community Center (TCC) 28816 Pujol Street, 951-694-6480 Ext. 6469 Email: Rentals@TemeculaCA.gov Located in the Old Town area this facilityfeaturesalargemultipurpose room able to accommodate 175 people, a caterer’s kitchen and outdoor patio area. For smaller gatherings, there are also meeting rooms available for rent.

Community Recreation Center (CRC) 30875 RanchoVista Road, 951-694-6480 Ext. 6410 Email: CRCRentals@TemeculaCA.gov This facility offers a large banquet room with a stage and the room can accommodate groups of 250 people banquet style or 300 people theater style. The facility also includes a full kitchen, small meeting room and outdoor amphitheater. Chapel of Memories 28300 Mercedes Street, 951-265-7720 Email: Mspatsyann@gmail.com This historic and beautiful chapel locatedattheSamHicksMonument Park in Old Town is operated by the Temecula Valley Museum, Inc., and offers a charming and affordable setting for small weddings and memorials.

picnic Shelter Rentals Picnic shelters are available to reserve at the following park locations. Reservations can be completed online at TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD. Please note that all vendors including party jumps, caterers/food trucks or any other vendors providing activities or services must be pre-approved prior to the date of the event. Citations will be issued to any groups using vendors that have not been pre-approved by the City. For more information call 951-694-6480 or email: Rentals@TemeculaCA.gov.

Ronald Reagan Sports Park 30875 RanchoVista Road Located at the northeast corner of the park, the picnic shelter has two built- in barbecues, four picnic tables and a playground the kids will enjoy.

Harveston Community Park 28582 Harveston Drive Located at the Harveston Community Park, features two picnic shelters with a tot lot, built-in barbecues, and picnic tables. Both picnic shelters can be rented together to accommodate larger parties. Pala Community Park 44900 Temecula Lane A great place for your group picnic, outing or birthday party. Shelter includes built-in barbecue, four picnic tables and playground. Tennis, pickleball, basketball and sand volleyball is also available in the park on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Temeku Hills Park 31367 La Serena Way Enjoy our park with a castle and ship play structure for your little pirates and princesses to play on!The picnic shelter has a built-in barbecue, three picnic tables and a playground. Meadows Park 43110 Meadows Parkway The picnic shelter offers a built-in barbecue, picnic tables and nearby playground. Banquets • Birthdays • Events • Meetings Creating Community Through People, Parks & Programs

OFF-SITE CLASS LOCATIONS Bigfoot’s Art Studio, 27470 Jefferson Ave. Suite A-4 (CHS) Pool - Chaparral High School, 27215 Nicolas Rd.

Gardner Middle School, 45125 Via Del Coronado Fire Station 84, 30650 Pauba Rd. Legends Club at Temeku Hills, 41687 Temeku Dr. Long Canyon Creek Park, 29695 N. General Kearny Rd. Miyamoto Music Studio, 28780 Old Town Front St., # C-1 Rancho Sports Center, 28780 Single Oak Dr. #100 Scuba Center Temecula, 28860 Old Town Front St. # A-9 (TES) Pool - Temecula Elem. School, 41951 Moraga Rd. (TVHS) - Temecula Valley HS, 31555 Rancho Vista Rd. 55 REFUND & CLASS POLICIES: Please Register Early! We recommend registering early for all classes and activities. Classes must meet a minimum enrollment. If class minimum is not met, classes will be cancelled.

A full refund will be given for activities cancelled by the City.

Pre-Registration and Payments Pre-registration is required for all classes and activities. Class instructors are only authorized to accept class material fees when noted. All activity and class registration fees must be paid directly to the City of Temecula. Wait List If an activity or class you are interested in becomes full, we recommend enrolling onto the waitlist. Waitlist enrollments can be processed using the online registration system. If space becomes available, participants on the waitlist will be contacted in the order that they were received. Class waitlists are reviewed on a regular basis to determine if additional class sessions can be added or class sizes can be increased.

Missed Classes and Class Changes Class fees will not be pro-rated or credited for missed sessions. The City reserves the right to cancel activities, substitute instructors, change locations and/or dates and times as necessary. In the event that a class has changed, the City will make every effort to contact all registered participants. Transfers and Refunds • All requests for transfers and/or refunds must be requested (5) business days prior to the class start date. A 20% processing fee will be deducted from all refunds. Requests for refunds or transfers made within (5) business days can be emailed to Classes@TemeculaCA.gov or by calling the Class Hotline at 951-694-6480.

All requests for refunds and/or transfers for swim lessons must be requested from the Aquatics Office (2) business days prior to the first lesson date.

• If a participant is dissatisfied with a class, they must send an email to the Community Services Department at Classes@TemeculaCA.gov or call the Class Hotline at 951-694-6480 prior to the second class to request a credit that can be applied to another class in the future. • If a participant is unable to continue in a class after the class has begun due to a health issue, a medical excuse must be provided to obtain a credit that can be used to retake the class or applied to another class in the future. Charges for classes attended will be deducted from the credit. Photo Policy Please be advised that all participants involved in any City program or event are subject to being photographed.

Such photographs may be used by the City of Temecula without obligation to provide compensation to those photographed.

Americans with Disabilities Act The City of Temecula understands the obligation to provide access to public service to those qualified individuals with disabilities. Call 951-694-6480 with any requests for accommodation at least 30 days prior to an activity or class. CITY FACILITIES (CC) Civic Center, 41000 Main St. (CRC) Community Recreation Center, 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. (HCPR) Harveston Community Park Room, 28582 Harveston Dr. (JRC) Jefferson Recreation Center, 41375 McCabe Ct. (MPSC) Mary Phillips Senior Center, 41845 Sixth St. (MRC) Margarita Recreation Center, 29119 Margarita Rd. (OTTCT) Old Town Temecula Community Theater, 42051 Main St.

(PW) Pennypickle’s Workshop, 42081 Main St. (RHRTPL) Temecula Public Library, 30600 Pauba Rd. (TCC) Temecula Community Center, 28816 Pujol St. (TVM) Temecula Valley Museum, 28314 Mercedes St. HOW TO REGISTER: The Temecula Community Services Department is pleased to offer CivicRec, our NEW online registration system. This system will provide an improved registration experience that is available from any mobile device. A modern customer dashboard will assist in tracking your families activities and the enhanced catalog feature makes searching for available classes and programs easier than ever! NOTE: All users will need to create a new account when logging into the system for the first time.

For assistance, email Classes@TemeculaCA.gov or call the Class Hotline at 951-694-6480. Class Locations: Registration Begins: Monday, May 14th Register Online at: TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD For more information email: Classes@TemeculaCA.gov or call 951-694-6480 REGISTRATION OPTIONS: Online: Online registration is the quickest way to register for classes and activities. Register online at: TemeculaCA.gov/TCSD Walk-In: Register in person at the following location: Address Days Hours (CRC), 30875 Rancho Vista Rd. Mon-Fri 8:00am-4:45pm

PRSRT STD ECRWSS U.S. POSTAGE PAID TEMECULA, CA PERMIT NO.5 City ofTemecula Community Services Department 41000 Main Street Temecula, CA 92590 RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER TEMECULA, CA Kick off the 4th of July festivities with a star spangled parade in Old Town featuring specialty floats, bands and marchers! Continue the celebration at the sports park with live music, vendors and a fun zone for kids. At the end of the evening, commemorate Independence Day with a spectacular fireworks display simulcast on KATY 101.3. This is a Temecula tradition you don’t want to miss. Wednesday, July 4th Parade: 10am Start * Old Town Temecula Family Fun & Fireworks: 2-10pm * Ronald Reagan Sports Park Fireworks Show @ 9pm SHARP!