Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities - City of Temecula

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities - City of Temecula

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities - City of Temecula

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities

Summer/Fall 2018 Guide to Leisure Activities - City of Temecula

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 - City of Temecula

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 - City of Temecula

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 - City of Temecula

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 - City of Temecula

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 - City of Temecula

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 miniobstacle 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 - City of Temecula

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 handson 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 handson 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 - City of Temecula

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.
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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 turbocharged 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 glowin-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-inthe-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 kickoff 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, warmups, 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!

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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 poolonly 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 firstcome, 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

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