We Provide Gathering Places for Human Connection MORPD.com Fall 2014 Enjoy Life... Play Today News, Information & Events Parks Aid in Human Connection Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District has 16 parks and two community centers that serve as valuable public gathering places for our residents to connect with one another and to their larger environments. Parks give residents a venue for participation while providing a sense of place that offers essential life-enhancing qualities that aid community and individual well-being. Mission Oaks offers numerous programs that bring people together through fun, fitness, and socialization. Please leaf through this Recreation Guide to find activities that suit you and your family. We also encourage you to visit and enjoy your parks during your leisure time. Mission Oaks is proud to facilitate many of life’s special moments among our residents. Sincerely, Your friends at Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District Concerts in the Parks REGISTRATION INFORMATION • You can REGISTER ONLINE for most of our recreation programs by visiting our website at morpd.com. • If registering by mail, please do not send cash. • For other ways to register for programs, or for more registration information, please visit our website or call us at 488-2810. MISSION OAKS RECREATION & PARK DISTRICT BUILDINGS District Office 3344 Mission Ave., Carmichael, CA 95608 488-2810 • 488-4349 (Fax) Mission Oaks Community Center Bring your blanket or lawn chair to these upcoming FREE concerts. 4701 Gibbons Dr., Carmichael, CA 95608 972-0336 • 972-7371 (Fax) Aftershock, Rio Americano HS Jazz Quintet, and El Camino HS Pep Band 2350 Northrop Ave., Sacramento, CA 95825 333-6464 • 488-4349 (Fax) Sunday, September 7 • 3-7pm Ashton Park • 4251 Ashton Drive in Sacramento It’s time to treat your ears to outstanding sounds from three talented local bands. The Rio Americano Jazz Band and the El Camino Pep Band are recognized among the best High School bands of their respective genres in the United States. Aftershock is an experienced 9-piece jazz, rock and R&B band with a horn section and power vocal harmonies that is headlining this concert you won’t want to miss. Swanston Community Center BOARDS AND STAFF COUNTY OF SACRAMENTO Susan Peters, District 3 Supervisor ADVISORY BOARD OF DIRECTORS Eric Milstein, Chairperson Craig Locke, Vice Chairperson Rita Gibson, Clerk Michael Alcalay David Bolland The Unauthorized Rolling Stones Sunday, September 14 • 5-7pm Gibbons Park • 4701 Gibbons Drive in Carmichael Experience the intensity of the Rolling Stones up close with The Unauthorized Rolling Stones. Recognized as the leading Rolling Stones tribute band in the world, The Unauthorized Rolling Stones look like the original, strut like the original, and rock like the original! This true phenomenon is celebrating 14 years of live performances. Be sure to join the fun as they perform at Gibbons Park. 2 Mission Oaks Recreation Guide • Fall 2014 MANAGEMENT STAFF Debby Walker, District Administrator Cindy Paredes-Banville, Dir. of Administrative Services TJ Newman, Director of Parks Barry Ross, Director of Recreation and Marketing PHOTO DISCLAIMER The Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District reserves the right to photograph facilities, activities, and program participants for potential future use. All photos will remain the property of the Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District and may be used for publicity and promotional purposes. Youth Programs Teddy Bear & Kare Bear Preschool AM/PM School Year 2014-2015 Bee Creative Monthly Session! Program duration: September 2, 2014—June 3, 2015 Story Time, Field Mon-Wed Nov. 25-27 • 8am – 5pm Campers: For Boys and Girls ages 4-11 years old Trips, Music & Cost: $50/child; $40 per additional sibling; $20 daily drop-in fee. Movement, Junior Leaders (ages 12-15) may apply Crafts, Cost: $40/child which includes training, t-shirt and more. Swanston Park and Community Center 2350 Northrop Ave., Sacramento For more information, call 333-6464 Arts & Cooking, Gardening, Indoor & Outdoor Play and much more! Teddy Bears Kare Bears (child must be 3 by Sept. 1, 2014) Tuesday, Thursday 9-11:30am or 12:30-3pm (child must be 4 by Sept. 1, 2014) Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9am-noon or 1-4pm Ages 3-4 Monthly Fees: With parent participation: $100 Without parent participation $125 Ages 4-5 Monthly Fees: With parent participation: $125 Without parent participation $160 For more information call 972-0336 morpd.com An early childhood education class. The enriching and engaging curriculum will further develop your child’s social, cognitive, and creative skills through Art, Music, Circle Time, Storytelling, and more. Everything needed to prepare your child for a smooth transition to preschool and a lifetime of learning! • Open to children 2-3 years old • Tues and Thurs from 9:30-11:30am • $180/month (Sept. ’14 – May ’15) Information: BusyBeesStudio.net Registration: morpd.com or call 333-6464 Location: Swanston Community Center 2350 Northrop Ave., Sacramento Location: Swanston Community Center, 2350 Northrop Ave., Sacramento CA 95825 Age: 5-12 years Fees: $7 weekly or $25 monthly (Discounted rates for siblings) Daily drop-in rates also available. Dates: 8/14/14 – 6/4/15. Registration is now open and ongoing Hours: Weekdays 2:45-6pm (NOTE: Thurs hours are 1:30-6pm) Fun, Safe and Enriching Program Components: We support the needs of families in the Arden-Arcade community by helping each individual child develop to his/her fullest potential – emotionally, intellectually, physically, creatively and socially – through enriching recreational activities. • Homework assistance • Music Education • Group sports and fitness training • STEM Project Based Learning • Guest appearances & workshops • Visual and performing arts • Cooperative Games • Relationship building and problem-solving • Talent and skills showcases • Family Nights! For more information please call Tisho Ward at 333-6464 x 3104. Enjoy Life... Play Today! 3 Youth Camps, Events & Programs Turkey Day Camp Winter Camp Campers: For Boys and Girls ages 5-12 years old Fees: $84 per child $20 daily drop-in fee. Campers: For Boys and Girls ages 5-12 years old Fees: $55 per child $20 daily drop-in fee. Junior Leaders (ages 13-15) may apply Junior Leaders (ages 13-15) may apply Fees: $20 per child (includes training, t-shirt and more) Fees: $20 per child (includes training, t-shirt and more) Mon-Wed Nov. 24-26 8am – 5pm Swanston Park and Community Center 2350 Northrop Ave., Sacramento For more information, call 333-6464 Mon-Fri Dec. 29–Jan. 2 8am – 5pm Swanston Park and Community Center 2350 Northrop Ave., Sacramento For more information, call 333-6464 Strengthening Families For families with teens. Family Magic Show Saturday October 11, 7:00pm Doors open at 6:30pm $5 per person at the door Come early to see magic up close Mission Oaks Recreation Guide For more Information & to Register, contact Omni Youth Programs omniyouth.net • 362-2000 x11 The Sheriff’s Community Impact Program (SCIP) is a Non-Profit Youth Services Organization working in partnership with the Mission Oaks Recreation & Park District. SCIP is dedicated to providing educational, recreational, and athletic programs to youth in the Arden-Arcade Community. Scan your QR reader & Sign-up for our eNewsletter Mission Oaks Community Center 4701 Gibbons Drive, Carmichael 972-0336 • MORPD.com 4 Strengthening Families is a highly effective, meaningful, and fun program for your family to do together. Parents build on their strengths in showing love and setting limits. Youth develop skills in handling peer pressure and building a positive future. Families grow together through family activities. The results are improved communications without arguing, increased cooperation, and an end to power struggles. Each weekly session begins with a hot catered meal and ends with two lucky families receiving a great raffle prize! Where: Swanston Community Center When: Thursdays, Oct. 2 - Dec. 11 • 5:30 – 8:10pm Cost: Free • Fall 2014 sacscip.org 916.333-6464 ext 3106 Contact SCIP Today and Find Out How You Can Become A Member Youth Sports & Fitness FUTURE STARS 2000’S TENNIS ACADEMY CARMICHAEL RUNNING CLUB ASHTON PARK Tiny Tots: Ages: 5-7 Fee: $30 per session Mondays, 4–4:30pm Pre-Academy: Ages 8-12 Fee: $50 per session Mondays, 4:30–5:30pm Session 1: Sept. 8-29 Session 2: Oct. 6-27 Shelfield Park 1849 Suffolk Way, Carmichael Day: Saturdays Fall Dates: 9/20 – 11/8 (8 classes) Fee: $89 per 8-week session Instructional soccer classes for boys and girls ages 2-10. Learn the fundamentals of soccer through our non-competitive age-appropriate format. All participants will receive a Kidz Love Soccer jersey! Kidz Love Soccer…Where the score is always Fun to Fun!™ GIBBONS PARK Academy I: Ages: 8-11 Fee: $30 per session Saturdays, 9-10am Academy II: Ages 12-17 Fee: $30 per session Saturdays, 10–11am Session 1: Sept. 6-27 Session 2: Oct. 4-25 Please register for all classes at Mission Oaks Recreation and Parks District, 3344 Mission Ave, Carmichael • 333-6464 To register online, go to morpd.com and select “programs” and choose Future Stars Tennis 2000’s Academy Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer – (ages 2 – 3.5) 9:00-9:30am Tot-soccer – (ages 3.5 – 4.0) 9:40-10:10am Pre-soccer – (ages 4.0 – 5.0) 10:10-10:45am Soccer 1: Techniques & Teamwork – (ages 5.0 – 6.9) 10:45-11:30am Soccer 2: Skillz & Scrimmages – (ages 7.0 – 10) 11:30-12:15pm For more information call (916) 333-6464 KLS Rain-out Hotline: 1-888-372-5803 For more information or to set up a private lesson, please contact Peter Haddow, USPTR Certified Tennis Professional, at 803-9895 or [email protected] Who: Students in Grades 3-8 Location: Mission Avenue Elementary School 2925 Mission Avenue, Carmichael Meet at the soccer field Dates: Sept. 22 – Nov. 22 Practices: Mon/Wed/Fri 4:30 – 5:30pm (to practice min. twice per week) Race Day: Sat., Nov. 22 Davis Turkey Trot Fees: $130 per participant. Fees include: 7 weeks of training, fitted running shoes, CRC uniform, water bottle, race entry, race day shirt, pre-race pasta party, guest speakers, and more! Let our trained runners help teach your child the importance of exercise and healthy living through the sport of running. For more information or to register, please visit morpd.com or call 488-7276 ext. 3017. ZUMBA KIDS Ages 7-12: Mondays 5:30-6:15pm Starts September 8 Fee: $20 per month Instructor: Christy Stoughton An exciting dance fitness program that incorporates rhythms like hip hop, rock-n-roll, Bollywood, salsa, etc. with fitness principles. This class is age-appropriate and feels more a like a party than a workout. Four week clinic Sept 9 - Oct 2 Ages 5-12 Cost: $130 Tuesdays & Thursdays Sea Star Practices 5-7pm Practices are at Mira Loma H.S., 4000 Edison Ave. For more information call 972-0336 Enjoy Life... Play Today! 5 Elementary & Middle School Sports FALL SPORTS for ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS • These programs are available for Cowan, Del Dayo, Del Paso Manor, Mariemont, Mission, Pasadena, Sierra Oaks, Starr King, and Whitney Ave. Schools • Fliers with program dates will be distributed to District Elementary Schools. For more information please visit morpd.com or call 488-7276 ext. 3017. Who: Dates: Clinics/Games: Location: Fees: Elementary Flag Football 4th, 5th, and 6th grade boys and girls September - October, 2014 One clinic/game per week, usually on Saturdays. Carmichael Park 5750 Grant Ave, Carmichael $65 per participant. Elementary Volleyball Who: Girls and Boys in Grades 4-6 Dates: September - October, 2014 Clinics/Games: Held on Fridays (clinics are held 30 minutes before game time) Location: La Sierra Community Center 5325 Engle Road, Carmichael Fees: $65 per participant. Who: Dates: Practices: Games: Fees: Elementary Boys Basketball Boys in Grades 3-6 November 2014 – January 2015 Two days per week; Mon & Wed for Grades 3/4, and Tue & Thu for Grades 5/6. Various times (usually shortly after school) depending on coach availability. Thursdays for Grades 3/4, and Fridays for Grades 5/6. $70 per participant FALL SPORTS for MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS • These programs are available for Arcade, Arden, Churchill, Encina, Sierra Oaks, and Starr King Middle Schools • Fliers with program dates will be distributed to District Middle Schools. For more information please visit morpd.com or call 488-7276 ext. 3017. Who: Dates: Practices: Middle School Flag Football Games: Boys and Girls in Grades 6-8 September – October 2014 Mon & Wed after school for one hour. Grades 6/7 are one league and Grade 8 is a separate league provided registration is sufficient. One to two games per week, held on Tue & Thu Fees: $90 per participant Who: Dates: Practices: Girls in Grades 6-8 September – October 2014 Two days per week, after school for one hour on Mon & Wed for Grades 6/7, and Tue & Thu for Grade 8. Times will vary due to coach availability and facility use. One game per week on Fridays La Sierra Community Center 5325 Engle Road, Carmichael Games: Location: Fees: Who: Dates: Practices: Games: Fees: Middle School Volleyball $90 per participant Middle School Girls Basketball Girls in Grades 6-8 November 2014 - January 2015 Two days per week after school for one hour on Mon & Wed Grades 6/7, and Tue & Thu for Grade 8. Times will vary due to coach availability and facility use. One game per week. Usually on Saturdays. $90 per participant Jobs in Elementary and Middle School Sports Paid and volunteer coaches and officials positions available for after school sports including volleyball (August-October), flag football (August-October), basketball (November – March), and track (March – May). Times and locations vary. Most sports programs occur after school at area middle and elementary schools. Coaches are paid a seasonal stipend while officials pay is hourly. Call 488-7276 ext. 3017 for information. 6 Mission Oaks Recreation Guide • Fall 2014 Adult Sports & Fitness ADULT SPORTS LEAGUES Mission Oaks is a proud co-sponsor with Carmichael Recreation & Park District, who hosts a variety of Adult Sports Leagues. • Women’s Volleyball plays on Tuesday and Thursday evenings while Coed Volleyball plays on Wednesdays and Thursdays. FITNESS CLASSES At Mission Oaks Community Center. See more classes on page 8. For additional listings go to morpd.com or call 972-0336. AQUA AEROBICS Wednesdays and Fridays 10:45-11:45am, or Tuesdays and Thursdays 4:30-5:30pm, or Mondays and Wednesdays 6:15-7:15pm Fee: $45 per month At Del Norte Pool • 5-on-5 Basketball leagues run on Mondays while 3-on-3 Basketball is held on Wednesdays. • The Coed Softball league plays on Fridays. The softball games are played at Carmichael Park, while the other sports leagues play games in the La Sierra Community Center gymnasium. For more information, or to register for these leagues, please contact CRPD at 485-5322 at ext. 21 or 29. You can also visit them at carmichaelpark.com or at their Recreation Office at La Sierra Community Center, 5325 Engle Road, Suite 100 in Carmichael. WATER WALKING Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:45-11:45am, Fee: $45 per month At Del Norte Pool Walking in water is an excellent workout that is easy on the joints. FUN FIT FOR ALL! Mon/Wed/Fri 8-9am or 9-10am Fee: $15 per month Have fun exercising to improve your healthy lifestyle. A class for all ages and abilities. JAZZERCISE classes at Mission Oaks Community Center Mon/Wed/Thurs at 5:30pm: Jazzercise Tues/Thurs at 8am & Sat at 9am: Jazzercise Low Impact Fee: Regular rate is $40 per month EFT • 65+ rate is $30 per month EFT JAZZERCISE classes at Swanston Community Center BOOT CAMP Tuesdays/Thursdays 8-9am Fee: $25 per month Increase cardio, strengthen muscles, increase coordination! Mon/Wed at 8:15am: Body Sculpt Mon/Wed/Fri at 9:15am & Sat at 8:15am: Jazzercise Fee: Regular rate is $45 per month EFT Enjoy Life... Play Today! 7 Adult Fitness & Dance Classes Mission Oaks Community Center Classes For a listing of additional classes go to morpd.com or call 972-0336. ZUMBA ZUMBA GOLD Tuesdays & Thursdays, Tuesdays & Thursdays: 9-9:50am 6:30-7:30pm Fee: $30 per month Fee: $30 per month $20 per month for one day Fun! Fun! Fun! Join the party! YOGA ADULT TAP • Beginner Level Tuesdays, 11-11:50am • Intermediate Level Thursdays, 11-11:50am • Advanced Level Thursdays, 10-10:50am Fee: $20 per month Move your feet to the beat Tuesday and Thursday 8-9am Wednesday 5:45-6:45pm Starting September 3 Fee: Tues/Thurs $30 per month Wednesdays $15 per month Reduce stress and gain flexibility! CHAIR YOGA BALLROOM DANCE CLASS Mondays or Wednesdays, 11am-12pm Fee: $15 per month Great workout for beginners! Mondays 3:30-4:30pm Fee: $13 per month Learn to dance or improve your moves. TAI CHI Tuesdays & Thursday, 4-5pm Fee: $30 per month Improve balance! 8 Mission Oaks Recreation Guide • Fall 2014 LINE DANCE CLASS Starting September 5th Fridays, 4-5:30pm Fee: $18 per month Join the fun and learn new dances. Travel Near & Far For more information Call 972-0336 LEVI’S STADIUM TOUR Wednesday October 15 BARRANGO Thursday December 4 One-of-a-kind tour through fantasy land, showcasing all the Barrango magical decorations like towering Christmas trees, oversized ornaments and carousel animals. Tour by fifth generation Barrango family member Gary Holloway. Lunch at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. Fee: $125. Deadline: October 24 Guided VIP Tour of Levi’s Stadium, new home of the San Francisco 49ers. Go behind the scenes of the state-of-the-art venue created with innovation, technology and environmental focus. Visit the 49er Museum. Lunch at Mina’s Steakhouse & Pub located in the stadium. Fee: $120 per person. Deadline: September 5 Wednesday, November 5 Motorcoach transportation leaving from The Mission Oaks Community Center at 7:45am and returning at 4pm. Fee: $15 per person and receive a $12 cash coupon for the casino, and a $3 food coupon. CALIFORNIA NEW YEAR’S GETAWAY DISCOVER PANAMA HIGHLIGHTS OF FLORIDA Gamboa Rainforest Resort, Pacific Queen Panama Canal Cruise, Panama City, Emberá Indigenous Village, Miraflores Locks, Anton Valley, Playa Blanca Miami, Key Largo, Key West, Everglades National Park, Naples, Cocoa Beach, Kennedy Space Center, St. Augustine, Orlando January 22-30, 2015 February 8-17, 2015 $2,849 pp double occupancy. Includes Air $3,599 pp double occupancy. Includes Air Float Viewing, Bandfest, New Year’s Eve Party, Tournament of Roses Parade, and Legends in Concert. December 29, 2014 - January 2, 2015 5 Days includes Air, Lodging, 6 Meals $1,749 pp double occupancy. Save $100 if you book by Sept. 9. NEW TOURS FOR 2014-2015 Wednesday, Nov. 12 10am Mission Oaks Community Center 4701 Gibbons Drive, Carmichael, CA 95608 972-0336 Enjoy Life... Play Today! 9 Adult Events & Programs Holiday Craft Faire Fabulous Follies Michelle Dillon Saturday, November 1 • 9am-3pm Sunday, October 5, 2pm Free! Mission Oaks Community Center 4701 Gibbons Drive Carmichael, CA 95608 972-0336 • morpd.com A sparkling music & dance revue to benefit the Senior Lunch Program Mission Oaks Community Center 4701 Gibbons Drive Carmichael 972-0336 • MORPD.com $30 Wine Appreciation 4 WEEKS • Thursdays 6-7:30pm SEPT.: LEARN HOW WINE IS MADE AND TASTE NEW WINES! OCT.: DISCOVER WINES OF THE REGIONS. FEE: $40 PER MONTH 10 Mission Oaks Recreation Guide • Fall 2014 Dog Training with Entertainment Books Now Available! GET YOUR COPIES AT MISSION OAKS COMMUNITY CENTER Great gift idea! Michelle is the owner of The Pet Agency, which was established in Carmichael in 2002, and enjoys an A+ rating by the Better Business Bureau. Michelle has partnered with Mission Oaks to provide superior professional services for you and your “best friend.” Michelle’s classes specialize in: Puppy Socialization: Help teach your puppy to socialize in a clean, safe environment. Off-Leash “Recall”: Using vibration electronic collars to help teach your dog to obey the “come” command. Agility Class: Help your pet learn exciting agility skills on a number of obstacles. Private and group lesson fees vary among classes. For more information, please contact Michelle at 968-3111 • [email protected] ThePetAgency.com Wills and Estate Planning Appointments available to assist anyone over the age of 55 in preparing Durable Power of Attorney and Simple Wills. An optional $50 per person donation to Mission Oaks is requested. Please call 972-0336 for more information. Enjoy Life... Play Today! 11 The Mission Oaks Recreation and Park District has contracted with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department to provide park security since 1985. The primary function of the Mission Oaks Park Patrol is to patrol the parks and facilities of the park district and provide law enforcement when and where needed. A Service of the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department Off Duty Program MISSION OAKS PARK PATROL • For life-threatening situations, call 911 • For non-emergencies: 874-5115 • For after-hour maintenance emergencies: 875-5000 • Park Watch Tip Line: 488-7276 ext. 3020 • Email: [email protected] You Can Help to be our Eyes and Ears Map & Facilities Building Rentals Facility Rentals Mission Oaks Community Center Swanston Community Center 4701 Gibbons Dr., Carmichael Please call 972-0336 for availability and rates. 2350 Northrop Ave., Sacramento Please call 333-6464 for availability and rates. AUDITORIUM • Seats 250 Dining, 300 Assembly • Beautiful Park Setting, Wood Floor, Round Tables • Free Parking, Use of Catering Kitchen, One Year Advanced Rentals ACTIVITY ROOM(S) • Seats 125 Dining, 225 Assembly • Beautiful Park Setting, Non-Skid Laminate Floor, Round Tables • Free Parking, Use of Pantry/Kitchen, One Year Advanced Rentals ACTIVITY ROOM • Seats 125 Dining, 225 Assembly • Similar Amenities as Auditorium CLUB ROOM • Seats 45 Dining, 77 Assembly CONFERENCE ROOM • Seats 25 Assembly Picnic Rentals These parks have picnic areas for the public to rent and reserve. Gibbons Park: 2 picnic rental sites 4701 Gibbons Dr., Carmichael Swanston Park: 4 picnic rental sites 2350 Northrop Ave., Sacramento Ashton Park: 3 picnic rental sites 4201 Ashton Dr., Sacramento Mission North Park: 3 picnic rental sites 3344 Mission Ave., Carmichael Reservations must be made at least seven business days in advance and can be made up to one year in advance. When not reserved, these areas are available on a first come, first served basis. 12 Mission Oaks Recreation Guide • Fall 2014 You can sponsor a child to participate in a fun and enriching activity that they otherwise wouldn’t have the means to enjoy. Please visit www.sacparksfoundation.org for information on how to make a donation. Mission Oaks is an agency member of this non-profit foundation.
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