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WEL COME T O T HE
MAKER
SUMMER
Summer Activities Guide
2015
WEL COME T O T HE
MAKER
SUMMER
Engage your child through making,
tinkering, taking things apart, creating.
Learn through doing.
Most of us are looking forward to summer
vacation, being outside more often and enjoying
some down time. But for students of all ages,
summer can also mean losing the academic
ground they gained during the school year.
You can help your children enjoy summer and stay
engaged in learning by keeping them active and
taking advantage of what we have in the area.
The following are low and no cost options.
Attend a Camp
Summer SERRF Maker Camp
Serving Kindergarten (incoming)–8th
Grade Students (outgoing)
Reading clubs, Kindles & iPads, Arts & Crafts,
Field Trips, Recreation & Sports & More!
Locations: Antelope, Los Molinos, Manton,
Metteer, Olive View & West Street Schools
Cost: Varies per location
Antelope School (Serving Antelope, Berrendos &
Lassen View students) June 15-July 17
M-F / 8am to Noon / Breakfast and Lunch provided
Limited Transportation
Los Molinos School (Serving Gerber, Lassen View, Los
Molinos and Vina students) June 15-July 16
M-Th / 8am to Noon / Breakfast and Lunch provided
Transportation for Gerber and Vina Students
Manton School (Serving Manton & Plum Valley
students) June 15-July 16 / 9am to Noon / M-Th
Metteer School (Serving Bidwell, Jackson
Heights, Metteer, Reeds Creek & Vista students)
June 15-July17 / M-F / 8am to 2pm / Breakfast
& Lunch provided / Limited Transportation
Olive View School, combined with Corning
School District’s “Summer of Amazement” (Serving
Maywood, Olive View, & Woodson students) June
15-July 17 / M-F / 8:30am to 2:30pm / Breakfast
& Lunch provided / Limited Transportation
West Street School, combined with Corning
School District “Summer of Amazement” (Serving
Elkins, Flournoy, Kirkwood, Rancho Tehama,
Richfield & West Street students) June 15-July
17 / M-F / 8:30am to 2:30pm / Breakfast and
Lunch provided / Limited Transportation
To register, contact SERRF at 530-527-5811
4-H Youth Camp
Open to all youth 9 years old at the start of
camp and 13 years old by the end of camp
Hiking, fishing, arts and crafts, team games, and more!
Registration due by June 18. For more information,
call 527-3101. Cost: $85 for current 4-H members /
$123 for non 4-H members). Camper applications are
now available at the Tehama County 4-H office, 1754
Walnut Street in Red Bluff or online at http://cetehamna.ucanrl.edu/4-H_Program/Youth_Camp/
53rd Annual Kiwanis Camp
July 22–July 26, 2014 at Camp Tehama near Mill Creek
No cost to attend. All transportation, meals and lodging
are provided. Open to any child completing the 4th, 5th
or 6th grade and a resident of the Red Bluff Union High
School District. Hiking, arts and crafts, fishing, tubing,
t-shirt tie dying, archery, GPS, water balloon volleyball,
cabin skits and competitions and more! Applications must
be returned no later than May 29th. To receive an application, contact Beth Birk at [email protected]
Summer Funzone
Ages 5-12
The Red Bluff Parks and Recreation Department presents
Summer Fun Zone, day camp activities including arts,
sports, games and water fun. Register students at the Red
Bluff Community Center, 1500 S. Jackson Street in Red
Bluff or call 527-8177 or visit www.redbluffrecreation.org.
June 15–19: 2:00–5:30pm · Cost: $50
June 22–26: 2:00–5:30pm · Cost: $50
June 29–July 2: 2:00–5:30pm · Cost: $40
July 6–10: 2:00–5:30pm · Cost: $50
July 13–17: 2:00–5:30pm · Cost: $50
July 20–24: 7:30am–5:30pm · Cost: $75
July 27–31: 7:30am–5:30pm · Cost: $75
August 3–7: 7:30am–5:30pm · Cost: $75
*Full summer discounted price is $418
if paid before June 15th
Sacramento River
Discovery Center
1000 Sale Lane, Red Bluff · 530.527.1196
$60 per camper, per week
The SRDC Summer camps are for youth ages 6 to 12.
The camps are held Monday through Friday from 8 am
until noon. Each week the camp will have a different
theme and indoor and outdoor hands-on activities
are provided. We recommend wearing comfortable,
weather-appropriate clothes and closed-toed-heeled
shoes for playing, hiking, getting wet, getting dirty,
etc. Students will be provided with hats and totes to
carry their water bottle and craft projects home.
For any additional information, contact Camp
Director Zach Whitten at [email protected]
com or leave a message at the Center- 527-1196.
The Sacramento River Discovery Center is located
within the Mendocino National Forest’s Red Bluff
Recreation Area at 1000 Sale Lane, Red Bluff.
1st Southern Baptist Church
5-Day Club Vacation Bible School
Calvary Christian Academy/
Calvary Chapel
God’s Jungle Adventure!
Kid’s Camp: Solve the Mystery
July 6–July 10, 2015 / 2–5:00pm
Ages: Kindergarten to 6th grade
July 6–10 at Camp Tehama
Ages: 3rd – 6th Grade
Cost: $90 per student
First Southern Baptist Church,
85 Kimball Road, Red Bluff
Summer Jam VBS
A fun week of Bible lessons, games, crafts,
missionary stories, music, snacks
Saturday, August 1
9-4pm / Calvary Chapel, 12375 Paskenta Road, Red Bluff
No cost to attend.
Registration required. Call 530-513-7538.
Ages: 4th–6th Grade
No cost to attend
Vacation Bible School
Sunrise Bible Fellowship
Bible Day Camp
August 3-7, 2015 / 9am to Noon
Calvary Chapel, 12375 Paskenta Road, Red Bluff
June 29-July 3, 2015 / 2:30pm to 5pm (2pm
pickup from Metteer SERRF available)
Ages: Pre-K – 6th Grade
No cost to attend
Ages: Preschool to 6th grade
For more information,
visit www.ccredbluff.org or call 530-527-8219
Sunrise Bible Fellowship,
956 Jackson Street, Red Bluff
Register by June 19
Call 529-6884 or visit www.sunrisebible.com
No cost to attend.
Presbyterian Church
of Red Bluff
G-Force Camp for Kids
838 Jefferson Street, Red Bluff
June 15-19th / 9am to Noon
Four classes offered: Preschool and Pre-K,
Kindergarten/First Grade, Second Grade/
Third Grade, Fourth Grade/Fifth Grade
Red Bluff High Summer
ASSETs Program
June 15 – July 16, 2015 / 9:00am-5:00pm
This summer, in coordination with the Tehama County
Department of Education and Mac’s Driving School, Red
Bluff High School will be offering a Summer ASSETs
Program. ASSETs (After School Safety and Enrichment
for Teens) offers a safe and fun environment for Red
Bluff’s teens to get involved and get ahead. For five
weeks this summer, they are offering a variety of courses
and activities to keep students active and involved.
For more information, call 530-527-0372.
Pre-registration available.
Activities: Weight Room Access, Computer Lab
Access, High School Success Classes, Games,
Credit Recovery, Get Ahead Classes, Tennis
Camp, Soccer Camp & Tournament and more.
Cost: $12 per child/$20 for two
siblings/$25 for three siblings
Also, $100 discount on Driver’s Education and
Training Courses through Mac’s Driving School!
Red Bluff High School
STEM Camp: CSI
Open and no cost to students enrolled to attend
Red Bluff High School for the 2015-16 school
year. Limited transportation available.
August 3–5, 8:50 am–2:00pm
For current 7th–10th graders
Free for eligible students
Student applications are due to your science
teacher no later than May 28th.
For more information, please contact Kim Dunn
at 528-7249 or [email protected]
To Register or Learn More, contact Doug Dais by email
at [email protected] or by phone at 530-567-8445
Learn a Sport
Wilcox Oaks Golf Club
Junior Golf Summer Workshop
June 16–July 28 · Ages 5–18 years
Wilcox offers a six week summer golf workshop for kids.
Each player is grouped by age and number of holes of play
they are capable of. Great for learning key skills. Starts
June 16–July 28 (six Tuesdays with June 30th off). Cost:
$35 per child/$5 for each additional sibling. Must have
your own clubs. Call the Pro Shop for details at 527-7087.
Angie Miller Basketball Camps
Camps held at Lassen View School,
Highway 99E, Los Molinos
Cost: $60 for 1st & 2nd graders / $85 for 3rd-12th graders
(Sign up for the grade that they will be entering in the fall)
June 15-19: 1st-2nd grade: 9-11:30am / 3rd-4th grade:
11:45am-2:45pm
June 22-26: 5th-6th grade: 9am-Noon / 7th-8th grade:
12:15-3:15pm
June 29-July 2: 9th-12th grade: 9am-Noon
To receive a brochure, email Angie at [email protected] or call 530-514-2712
Tehama County
Police Activities League (PAL)
Martial Arts Program
Year round program for boys and girls
ages 5 to 18 (if still in school)
CUHS Volleyball Camp
Corning High School · Instructor Mike Albee
July 27–30th, 9:00am–Noon
For players going into 5th-12th grades
Cost: $60 (write check to Corning Volleyball
Booster Club) Cost includes Camp T-Shirt
Learn more and register at
www.corninghs.org/vballcamp
CUHS Team Volleyball Camp
Improve Your Competitive Volleyball Skills
Instruction by Gold Medal Square
August 11–14th, 8:30am–4:30pm
Corning Union High School Gyms
Cost: $195 per person (includes t-shirt)
Register online with Gold Medal Square:
www.goldmedalsquared.com
Call Mike Albee with questions: 530-520-6204
RBHS Volleyball Camp
Girls 4th–9th Grade
June 23rd–27th
Signup Deadline: 1st Day of Camp
Cost: $60 for Entire Camp
NO CHECKS AFTER MAY 10th
(Cash and money orders after May 10)
Enrollment pamphlets are available in the RBHS
For more information call 529-8710
Corning Tennis Camp
Normal Hours are: Mondays and Thursdays from 3:15 pm to 5:30 pm
For Boys/Girls going into 5th-12th Grade
June 15–18 · 9–11:30am
Summer Hours Beginning June 11, 2015: Mondays
and Thursdays from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
Corning High School Tennis Courts, Corning
Cost: $30 (Make checks out to CUHS)
1005 Vista Way, Suite C, Red Bluff, CA 96080
For more information call: (530) 529-7950
Registration Information and Forms available at
corninghs.org/tenniscamp
Questions? email: [email protected] or call
Mike at 520-6204 or Linda at 228-8988
PAL Women’s Wellness and Empowerment
Self Defense Classes
3 week program for girls and women ages 7 & up.
2nd, 3rd, and 4th Thursday of each month
5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
1005 Vista Way, Suite C, Red Bluff, CA 96080
For more information, call John Minton
at (530) 840-0345
Watch a Great Movie
Enjoy Movies in the Park
Red Bluff River Park
One Block east of Main Street at Willow Street
Cost: Free
Join us on the last Saturday of June, July and August
for a night under the stars and enjoy an outdoor
movie on a GIGANTIC screen! Bring your blankets,
lawn chairs and picnic baskets. Enjoy this wholesome community activity, FREE! All movies start
at dusk and books and activities will be available
beforehand for kids, courtesy of Tehama Reads.
June 27: The Sandlot
July 25: The Lego Movie
August 29: Wall-E
www.enjoymoviesinthepark.com
Prime Cinemas: 2015 FREE
Summer Fun Flicks!
Summer Happenings
at the State!
State Theatre, 333 Oak Street, Red Bluff
www.statetheatreredbluff.com
June 24: Cooking demo at The State Theatre
during Farmers Market
Movie following Farmers Market. Please
check website for more info.
July 10: Big Hero 6
Movie at 7, doors open at 6:30. Check
website for more info.
July 25: Underwater Dreams (PG-13)
Check website for more information
on time, tickets and activities.
July 29: Cooking demo at The State Theatre
during Farmers Market
Movie following Farmers Market.
Check website for more info.
August 21: The Lego Movie
Check website for time and ticket information.
400 South Main Street, Red Bluff
530-529-5491/ www.primeredbluff.com
June 9-August 13, 2015
Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 10:30am
Admission: FREE
Learn to Bowl
June 9–11: The Boxtrolls
June 16–18: Paddington
June 23–25: Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb
June 30–July 2: Penguins of Madagascar
July 7–9: Dolphin Tale 2
July 14–16: The Book of Life
July 21–23: Rio 2
July 28–30: Mr. Peabody & Sherman
August 4–6: The SpongeBob Movie
August 11–13: The Lego Movie
Lariat Bowl
Enjoy Music
Sky River Music
613 Main Street, Red Bluff
Take lessons on piano, guitar, base, mandolin, banjo
and fiddle. Now offering voice lessons!
Four lessons for $70 (1/2 hour per week)
Call 527-9100 for more information.
Kids Bowl Free (Ages 15 and under)
From June 1 – August 31, registered kids receive 2
free games of bowling daily. Visit www.lariatbowl.
com and click on Kids Bowl FREE to register. Must
wear bowling shoes – rental shoes available.
365 S. Main Street, Red Bluff / 530-527-2720
Java Lanes
2075 Solano Street, Corning
530-824-3500
Reading Activities
& Challenges
Visit Your Library!
Read to the Rhythm!
www.tehamacountylibrary.org / 527-0607, ext 101
The Tehama County Library, with locations in
Red Bluff, Corning and Los Molinos, is planning
a “Read to the Rhythm” themed program.
Monday’s: Los Molinos Library:
June 15th–July 20th / 10am
Learn to Make
Something!
The Green Room Community Art Studio
331 Oak Street, Red Bluff (next to the State Theatre)
Hands-On Habitat!
Explore elements of our natural world through a
hands-on educational art project. Let imagination be
your guide! In applying gained knowledge of various
habitat types in Tehama County and using creative
thinking skills, participants will make their own habitat
models for their favorite specie(s). Each participant
will take home their habitat prototype creation.
Tuesday’s: Corning Library:
June 16th–July 21st / 10am
Age: 6 years and older.
Wednesday’s: Red Bluff Library:
June 17th–July 22nd / 10am
HOST: Resource Conservation
District of Tehama County
For those students who participate in Accelerated Reader at school, all three libraries will be test sites for the program.
Japanese Taiko Drumming
June 17th / 10:30 am / Free Admission
A musical morning at the State Theatre, Red Bluff
Learn about Taiko’s historical journey from Japan to
the United States through powerful drumming.
Sponsored by the Tehama County Friends of the Library
Join the Barnes & Noble
2015 Summer Reading Challenge
Imagination’s Destination
A great way for kids to earn a free book by keeping
a summer reading journal. Read any eight books and
record them in your journal. Include to whom
you would recommend each book
and why. Then bring your completed journal to a Barnes
& Noable store between
May 19 and September 7th,
2015 and choose your FREE
reading adventure from the
book list featured.
Visit www.
BN.COM/summerreading
DATE: July 30, 2015
TIME: 2:30 p.m. -4:00 p.m.
Space is limited, reserve your seat by July 16th
by calling the RCDTC at 530-527-3013 x117.
Fee: Donations welcome
Cartooning & Comic
Book Art Class
In this fun and exciting class, participants will
create simple cartoon and comic book figures,
horses, and dragons. Students will be able to
draw along with the instructor from pencil to
ink stage. Wide variety of ability and age levels
including beginners are welcome. All materials are
provided plus handouts. Class may be repeated.
Instructor: Jon Shult (for class content questions, contact the instructor at 534-5474)
Date Time Age Fee
6/27 8/1 10:30 AM–Noon 10:30 AM–Noon 7+ 7+ $20
$20
Cool Off in the Pool
Colored Pencil:
Children and Adult Workshop
Techniques of colored pencil will be explored in a fun
and informative way. Participants will warm up by
creating a colorful pattern on a shark drawing that will
be provided by instructor. Use of color contrast based
on the color wheel will be examined. Students will also
create a card and/or small drawing based on teacher’s
designs or their own ideas. Examples of commissioned
soft toy designs using colored pencil by the instructor
will be displayed. This class is for all skill levels including
beginners. Materials provided, including top line Prismacolor pencils. Bring a snack and we’ll take a short break.
Instructor: Jon Shult (for class content questions, contact the instructor at 534-5474)
Date Time Age Fee
7/18 11:00am-2:00pm 8+ $30
Learn about more classes at www.tehamaarts.org.
Discover the New “Makerspace”
Tehama County Department of Education!
1135 Lincoln Street, Red Bluff / 530-528-7310
A fantastic environment equipped to let students
create and tinker at their own pace. Sign-ups and
information can be found at http://tehamaschools.org.
Age limit will depend on the activity. Activities are free!
June 15th
1:00pm-3:00pm: Duct Tape Fun
June 18th
10:00am-Noon: Sock Dolls
June 25th
1:30–3:30pm: Makerspace Open House!
July 7th
1:30–3:30pm: Makerspace Open House!
July 9th
10:00am-Noon: Computer Coding
McGlynn Pool
Opens June 15th
119 Sycamore Street, Red Bluff
Enjoy swimming during public swim hours:
Monday – Saturday 1pm-5pm (closed on
Sundays). Admission is $2 general and $1
seniors. Season passes are available!
Three sessions of swim lessons are being
offered for ages 6 months to adult:
Session 1: June 22nd-July 2nd
Session 2: July 6th-July 17th
Session 3: July 20th-July 31st
Cost: $30 per session for 1st child / $28
for additional family members
Each session 2 weeks: Monday-Friday. Each
class is 30 minutes. Sessions are offered
morning and evenings. Check for times. Sign-ups
begin June 1st at the Community Center.
Pool available on Sundays for private rentals!
Tiny tot pools begin at $25 per hour and
the large pool begins at $60 per hour.
For more information, call the
Parks & Recreation Department at 527-8181.
Teddy Pohler Memorial Pool
Opens June 8th–August 14th
1414 Colusa Street, Corning
Enjoy swimming during public swim hours:
Monday-Friday, 1pm-5pm / Saturdays, 10am-5pm
Evening Hours:
Tuesday and Thursday: 6:30pm – 9:30pm
Closed Sundays. Admission is $1.50
for Children / $2.00 for Adults
July 14th
1:30pm-3:00pm: Lego Fun
Swim Lesson Sign-Ups: June 8-12 from
8:30am to 12:30pm at the pool. Two-week
sessions start June 15 and end August 7th
Maker’s Showcase at the Fair
Cost is $20 per 2 week session. Private
group and organization pool parties available. For more information, call 824-7062.
We want to see what you can make! For information on
the Makers Showcase and the various categories, obtain
the Fair Premium Book, available July 8 in the Red Bluff
Daily News and from the Fair Office (M-F, 8am to 5pm).
Deadline for entries: August 28
Learn more about the Tehama District Fair at
www.tehamadistrictfair.com
Lassen Volcanic
National Park
www.nps.gov/lavo/index.htm
Reach Higher Trail Challenge
Beginning on National Get Outdoors Day, June
13, you can participate in the new Reach Higher
Trail Challenge. Exercise in the great outdoors by
completing at least three hikes during your visit and
calculate your calories burned to earn a free bandana!
Pick up a participation brochure at any visitor center.
Camp in the Park
The park has over 450 camping sites at 8 locations from fairly rustic to RV friendly. Certain
sites may be reserved in advance while others
are first come first serve. Visit recreation.gov or
call 1-877-444-6777 for more information.
Cabins at Manzanita Lake
Twenty new cabins can accommodate up to eight people.
1-room, 2-room and bunk cabins rent for $63 or $89
and are available 5/23 to 10/13. For reservations call:
1-877-444-6777 or visit [email protected]
Rent a Kayak, Canoe, Stand-Up Paddle Board and
Catarafts at Manzanita Lake Camper Store .Single and
double kayaks are available to rent between 9am to a ½
hour before sunset daily on a first-come, first-served basis.
Ranger-led Programs
June 26 through August 16, 2015
Lassen offers a variety of ranger-led programs to help
you discover your national park. Program formats
include daytime talks, evening programs, guided hikes,
historical reenactments, kids programs, and night
sky viewing. A program schedule and descriptions
are posted at the Loomis Museum, Kohm Yahmah-nee Visitor Center, and park campgrounds.
Dark Sky Festival
Friday, August 7 through Sunday, August 9, 2015
Join us for this annual event as visitors, park rangers,
astronomers, and planetary geologists celebrate all
that is out of this world. Special programs, presentations, hikes, and Junior Ranger Night Explorer
activities will be offered during the festival.
Tehama Wilderness Team
Have you always wanted to hike and explore the wilderness? Join other teens in a professionally guided three
day backpacking trip you’ll never forget. Space is limited.
All gear and food is supplied. The Police Activities League, in conjunction with the Lassen Park
Foundation, are sponsoring two backpacking trips
for Tehama County youth, aged 13-16 years old.
Students will learn how to live safely and comfortably in the Lassen Park Wilderness Area for three
days and two nights while they see cool things,
learn to respect the wilderness and have fun.
June 26-28, 2015: Boys and girls, ages 13-16
No cost to participate. No experience necessary.
July 10-12, 2015: Girls only, ages 13-16
No cost to participate. No experience necessary.
Visit www.apexweb.com to apply.
Visit Farmer’s Markets
Red Bluff-Tehama County
Chamber of Commerce
Farmers Market
Talk to local producers, learn what is grown
locally and receive tips on how to prepare
fresh fruits and veggies at home.
Saturday Morning Markets:
June 6th – September 26th
Time: 7:30am to Noon
Red Bluff City Park, 100 Main Street, Red Bluff
Wednesday Evening Markets:
June 17-September 9th
Time: 5-8pm
Washington and Pine Streets, downtown Red Bluff
For more information, call 527-6220 or
visit www.redbluffchamber.com
The Chamber’s Farmers’
Market: Corning
Enjoy fresh produce every Friday
(June 14 through August 23)
Time: 6pm
Location: Northside Park, Corning
Learn more by visiting www.expectmoretehama.com