SPRING 2017

Tiny Tots Preschool
& Kinder Prep Programs
NOW ENROLLING FOR THE 2017-2018 SCHOOL YEAR
For more information, please visit LosAltosRecreation.org
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Look Inside For...
Section Beginning Page
SPECIAL EVENTS........................................... Inside Front Cover
TINY TOTS PROGRAM..............................................................1
SPRING BREAK CAMPS............................................................3
YOUTH SPRING CLASSES
Academic Fun......................................................................5
Arts & Crafts.......................................................................6
Dance & Performing Arts....................................................6
Martial Arts.........................................................................7
Music..................................................................................8
Sports...............................................................................10
SUMMER CAMPS
Camp jelly bean / Camp Discount.....................................18
Los Altos Recreation & Community Services
Combo Camps..................................................................19
97 Hillview Avenue
Redwood Grove Camps.....................................................20
Los Altos, California 94022
Family Overnight Camp....................................................21
Tel: 947-2790 Fax: 947-2738 Counselor-in-Training Program.........................................21
LosAltosRecreation.org Camp Shoup.....................................................................22
Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm Academic Fun! Camps.......................................................23
Arts & Crafts Camp...........................................................27
Recreation & Community Services Special Interest Camps......................................................28
Commissions Sports Camps....................................................................29
ADULT CLASSES
Parks & Recreation Senior Arts & Crafts.....................................................................36
William James Jim Basiji Dance & Fitness................................................................37
Chair Chair
Martial Arts.......................................................................40
Neysa Fligor Tracie Murray Special Interest..................................................................40
Vice Chair Vice Chair
Sports...............................................................................42
Larry Baron Gary Anderson Trips..................................................................................45
Elizabeth Engle Janet Harding Senior Program.....................................................................46
Pradeep Parmar Karen Lemes Teen Program .......................................................................48
Jack Tooley Doris Torbeck Volunteer Program............................................................... 50
Jonathan D. Weinberg Bert Vincent Redwood Grove Happenings............................................... 50
Party Packages......................................................................51
Services & Organizations......................................................52
Library Youth
Youth Theatre........................................................................52
Cindy Hill Rahul Shukla
Chair Chair Library...................................................................................53
History Museum....................................................................53
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Mukesh Agarwal Ryan Chandra
Vice Chair Registration Form and Info....................................................54
Ibrahim Bashir
Map......................................................................................56
Rebecca Colman Vikram Bharati
Facility & Park Rentals................................... Inside Back Cover
Garo Kiremidjian Cole Brinsfield
Krish Gujral
Richard Liu
Drishaan Jain
Judie Suelzle
Mahi Kolla
ABOUT THE COVER...
Medha Rajagopalan
It’s getting to be that time of year again ... the double pleasure of
Anooshkha Shetty planning for spring classes AND summer camps! We have some-
Vignesh Suresh thing new in all of our sections (classes for adults and youth, as well
Rebecca Zhu as youth summer camps). Take a look and decide what fun you’ll
have with Los Altos Recreation & Community Services!
Commissions serve as advisory bodies to the
Los Altos City Council. Find more information about these
Unless otherwise stated, all telephone numbers herein are area code (650)
commissions at losaltosca.gov/cc.
Cover photo: maltphoto@comcast.net

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SPRING BREAK Camps

ACADEMIC FUN! LITTLE MEDICAL SCHOOL
CAMP
ARTS & CRAFTS
GURUS CAMPS Little Medical School, designed and devel-
oped by board certified physicians, engages
iPAD ART STUDIO
An exciting new art camp that empow-
Essentials of Debating students with medical based hands-on
demonstrations, crafts, songs and games.
ers students to use their iPads creatively by
Students learn how to make strong argu- teaching them to use apps to create art,
The interactive activities and games will grasp books and even 3D sculptures!
ments, use tools like flow, and practice note
every student's curiosity as they explore the
taking. This course instills critical thinking Equipment Note: Student must bring own iPad
human body.
by providing reasoning and evidence. This and download Paper by 53, Procreate,
course introduces various formats of the Grant Rm 2 LMS Staff BookCreator and 123D Sculpt.
debates popular in high school.
411823-01 6-10yrs Note: Printing costs of any 3D printing as
M-F 4/10-4/14 1:30-4:30pm arranged by parent.
Hillview Rm 17 Gurus Staff
Residents $262 All Others $312

SPRING BREAK Camps
451825-01 10-14yrs Hillview Rm 16 Mustard
M-F 4/10-4/14 9am-12pm 410528-01 9-14yrs
Residents $211 All Others $251 M-F 4/10-4/14 9am-12pm
Residents $212* All Others $252*
Personal Finance *Materials fee of $20 due first day. This is in
addition to any seprate printing fees as noted
& Savings above.
The goal of these classes is to build finan-
cially responsible and smart youth. It gives
an overview of personal finance skills and
money management concepts, and may
inspire them to pursue careers in finance and
business!
Hillview Rm 18 Gurus Staff
421826-01 10-16yrs
M-F 4/10-4/14 9am-12pm
Residents $211 All Others $251

Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 947-2790 3
SPORTS
TWISTERS SPORTS
1165 N Fair Oaks Ave, Sunnyvale

Preschool Gym Camp
Children can come and enjoy a fun-filled
camp that will include gymnastics, arts and
crafts, music, stories, games, and more!
Required: Please bring a snack! Must be potty
trained and able to participate without a parent.

Twisters Sports Twisters Staff
461215-01 3-6yrs
M-F 4/10-4/14 9am-12pm
461215-02 3-6yrs
M-F 4/10-4/14 1-4pm
Residents $240 All Others $286

Spring Gymnastics Camp
Boys and girls are introduced to progressive
skills on all Olympic events and trampolines.
They'll have fun bouncing, swinging, flip-
ping, and tumbling on all our equipment.
SKYHAWKS NEW!
Required: Please bring a snack and lunch.
REBOUND BASKETBALL
Twisters Sports Twisters Staff Basketball Camp CAMP
This fun, skill-intensive program is designed
412108-01 6-13yrs Spring 2017 Basketball Camp emphasizes
for the beginning to intermediate player. An
M-F 4/10-4/14 9am-2pm basketball skills through fun activities as well
active week of passing, shooting, dribbling,
Residents $268 All Others $320 as games at the end of the day. Campers
and rebounding makes this one of our most
should wear appropriate sport clothing and
popular camps. Our basketball staff will also
NAZARETH ICE OASIS (NIO) focus on respect, teamwork and responsibil-
bring snacks, water, and sunscreen.
3140 Bay Rd, Redwood City ity. Note: Each participant receives participation
ribbon.
Ice Skating Camp Equipment Note: Campers should bring
appropriate clothing, athletic shoes, two snacks,
Ice skating is a confidence-building sport that Egan Gym Minzer
lunch and water bottle. All participants receive 453307-01 5-14yrs
is challenging and rewarding. These classes
a Skyhawks T-shirt and player evaluation card. M-F 4/10-4/14 9am-12:30pm
will give you a fun introduction to basic ice
skating skills, including skating forward, Residents $195 All Others $232
Whisman Sports Complex
backward and stopping. Skyhawks Staff

Nazareth Ice Oasis NIO STAFF
411225-01 6-12yrs NATIONAL ACADEMY
410903-03 6-12yrs
M-F 4/10-4/14 9am-3pm
Residents $249 All Others $297
OF ATHLETICS (NAA)
M-F 4/10-4/14 10:30-11am
Residents $142 All Others $168 NEW!
All Sorts of Sports Camp
A great way to introduce your youngsters to
the world of sports, teamwork, and athletics!
Your child will have a blast playing games
SPRING BREAK Camps

with the other children including: whiffle
ball, basketball, soccer, flag football, capture
the flag, relay & obstacle races, and a whole
lot more. By the end of the week, your
child will be familiar with a variety of athletic
activities!

Grant Soccer Field NAA Staff
453306-01 6-13yrs
M-F 4/10-4/14 9am-3pm
Residents $251 All Others $299

Grant Soccer Field NAA Staff
453306-02 6-13yrs
M-F 4/10-4/14 9am-12pm
Residents $191 All Others $227

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YOUTH SPRING Classes
ACADEMIC FUN!
GURUS EDUCATION
guruseducation.com

Advance Debate
& Public Speaking
Students will move further learning new
formats such as Parliamentary, Lincoln
Douglas, and Policy. The course also covers
in-depth knowledge of writing and present-
ing persuasive, informative, and impromptu
speeches. The students do research on the
advanced speech and debate topics and
practice in class.

Hillview Rm 16 Gurus Staff
421829-01 10-14yrs
Wed 4/19-6/7 5:30-6:30pm
Residents $172 All Others $204

Little Masters
of Public Speaking
This course is a project based class where
students create presentations that require
a moderate amount of research and critical
thinking. Additionally, the basic concepts of
debate are introduced through activities such
as "Would You Rather?" Students learn how
to support their decisions/arguments with GREEN BEAN KIDZ ECONOMIC DRIVING
reasoning. Green Bean Kidz is an outdoor education
program for children. Participants experi-
SCHOOL
Hillview Rm 16
411824-01
Gurus Staff
6-9yrs
ence nature in many fun ways including
hiking and observing their surroundings.
Economic Driving School
This course meets the State of California
Wed 4/19-6/7 4:30-5:30pm The program incorporates music, art, science,
requirement to obtain a driver's instruction
Residents $172 All Others $216 games, and movement -- all focused on
permit. Upon completion, each student
ecology and environmental awareness.
will receive a Certificate of Completion of
Note: Program takes place at various local Classroom Driver Education. Students must
parks in Los Altos. First class meets at Redwood attend all sessions in order to receive the
Grove. (Must park on University Ave and walk DMV certificate.

YOUTH SPRING Classes
into park.)
Required: Please bring a lunch!
Required: Parent must accompany child.
Sunnyvale Community Center
Local Parks & Open Spaces Economic Driving School Staff
Green Bean Kidz Staff
451802-01 15+yrs
461808-01 2-6yrs M-Th 6/5-6/8 8:30am-3:30pm
Tue 4/18-5/23 9:30-11am Residents $162 All Others $192
461808-02 2-6yrs
Tue 4/18-5/23 3:30-5pm
461808-03 2-6yrs Online Driver’s Ed
Wed 4/19-5/24 9:30-11am This online class is approved by the DMV.
461808-04 2-6yrs Reading, flash graphics, videos, and quizzes
Wed 4/19-5/24 3:30-5pm prepare the reader to pass the DMV test.
461808-05 2-6yrs
To register, visit economicdrivingschool.com/
Thu 4/20-5/25 9:30-11am
online. To complete the question “How did
Residents $152* All Others $180*
you hear about us?” choose code 2790.
*Materials fee of $15 due first day.
Residents & All Others $68.50

Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 947-2790 5
ARTS & CRAFTS
MY FIRST ART CLASS
Spend quality time with your young child.
Each week features a new theme with five
art stations. Art projects continue to change
all year long! Process rather than product is
emphasized. Each class ends on a musical
note with singing and dancing.
Required: 1. Parent/caregiver must attend class
with child. 2. Wear your grubbies! 3. Aprons
provided.

Hillview Rm 15 My First Art Staff
450501-01 1.5-3yrs
Wed 4/19-6/7 9-10am
450501-02 2-4yrs
Wed 4/19-6/7 10:15-11:15am
Residents $117* All Others $138*
*Materials fee of $15 due first day.

SEWING BY MACHINE
Learn machine sewing techniques. Create
new projects each session. Actual projects
from large fashion, small projects, and/or
alterations and repairs. Make sample note-
book to keep. Lots of individual instruction.
Equipment Note: Computerized machines and
all materials provided excluding large project
fabric.

Hillview Rm 2 Nelson
450605-01 8+yrs
Wed 4/19-6/7 4:30-6:30pm
450605-02 8+yrs
Wed 4/19-6/7 6:45-8:45pm
Residents $227* All Others $270*
*Materials fee of $25 due first day.

DANCE &
PERFORMING
ARTS Ballet
A beginning dance class designed for your
Tap/Ballet
A great introduction to both tap and ballet.
FIVE & UNDER DANCE little dancer. This is an introduction to posi-
tions, barre work, across-the-floor fundamen-
Students will stretch and learn the basics of
tap and ballet that will develop their dancing
YOUTH SPRING Classes

tals, and dance routines. A fun and creative skills. A fun and creative environment to help
Tiny Tutus environment to help nourish your child's love nourish your child's love of dancing.
This class is an introduction to ballet and of dancing.
creative movement using many props and Equipment Note: Ballet and tap shoes required.
activities aimed toward your child's develop- Hillview Rm 4 Tipton Hillview Rm 4 Tipton
ment. Parents are welcome to observe their 460203-01 3.5-5yrs 460205-01 3.5-5yrs
little dancers from the back of the classroom. Wed 4/19-6/7 10:45-11:15am Wed 4/19-6/7 12:30-1:15pm
Equipment Note: Leotards and soft ballet shoes 460203-02 3.5-5yrs 460205-02 3.5-5yrs
required. Thu 4/20-6/8 10:45-11:15am Thu 4/20-6/8 12:30-1:15pm
Residents $108 All Others $128 Residents $124 All Others $147
Hillview Rm 4 Tipton
460209-01 2.5-3.5yrs
Wed 4/19-6/7 10-10:30am
460209-02 2.5-3.5yrs
Thu 4/20-6/8 10-10:30am
Residents $108 All Others $128

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FIVE & OLDER DANCE
Equipment Note for ALL 5 & Older Classes:
MARTIAL ARTS
Leotards and soft ballet shoes required. CHANG TAI DO (CTD)
Pre-Ballet Beginners KARATE & FITNESS
A joyful introduction to ballet. This class is changtaido.com
specifically geared toward the young dancer.
Students will learn simple ballet positions, CTD: Karate for Tots
steps, combinations, movements, and Introduction to proper stretching, basic
activities. blocks, kicks, punches, strikes, body part
awareness, and what to do to fend off an
Hillview Rm 4 Tipton attacker. Children's natural curiosity and
410213-01 5-7yrs playfulness, combined with basic karate drills,
Thu 4/20-6/8 3:45-4:30pm help develop coordination, mental focus and
Residents $140 All Others $166 alertness.
Note: Hitting or striking another student is not
Ballet Beginners permitted. Testing and private lessons available
for additional fees.
Basic ballet emphasizing correct technique in
barre work and center work. Technique will Hillview Social Hall
be taught enabling the student to perform Chang Tai Do Staff
on stage for the annual dance recital. 411104-01 4-7yrs
Thu 4/13-6/8 5-6pm
Hillview Rm 4 Tipton
Residents $172* All Others $204*
410214-01 6-8yrs *Materials fee of $80 due first day.
Wed 4/19-6/7 3:45-4:30pm
Residents $140 All Others $166
CTD: Karate for Families
Ballet Beginner/Intermediate
Introduction to proper stretching, students
Intermediate/Advanced will train in a variety of stances, blocks,
This is a technique class emphasizing barre punches, kicks, self-defense, forms (kata),
work and proper techniques for turns and sparring (kumite) and instruments (escrima
leaps - serious work - but also fun for the sticks), as well as combination techniques.
student!
Note: Hitting or striking another student is not
Hillview Rm 4 Tipton permitted. Testing and private lessons available
410215-01 6-12yrs for additional fees.
Thu 4/20-6/8 4:30-5:30pm Prerequisites: Class is suitable for beginners over
Residents $149 All Others $177 8 years old and students who have met require-
ments from Chang Tai Do Karate: Tots classes.

Tap Instructor will inform students if they meet
requirements to advance to next level class.
A fun and exciting introduction to tap dance!
Through warm-ups, floor work, and combi- Hillview Social Hall
nations, students will learn to tap dance and Chang Tai Do Staff
make clear sounds with their feet. 411102-01 8-17yrs
Tue/Thu 4/11-6/8 6-7pm
Hillview Rm 4 Tipton Residents $191* ** All Others $227* **
410206-01 5-8yrs *Materials fee of $80 due first day.
Wed 4/19-6/7 4:30-5:15pm

YOUTH SPRING Classes
**Fee is per person.
Residents $140 All Others $166

JUJITSU
Broadway Dance For beginning students. Through a unique
A celebration of musical theatre! Students and supportive teaching style, students will
will learn the basics of Broadway dance learn punching, kicking, throwing, falling,
through center floor work and fun grappling, and real world practical self-
combinations. defense techniques. Join this exciting class
and improve your self-confidence, condition
Hillview Rm 4 Tipton your physical self and develop a positive
410244-01 6-12yrs self-image.
Wed 4/19-6/7 5:30-6:30pm
Residents $149 All Others $177 Grant MPR Gearhart
411101-01 7-16yrs
Mon/Thu 4/17-6/8 6-7pm
No class 5/29
Residents $158 All Others $187

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MUSIC
MELODY ACADEMY
OF MUSIC (MAM)
4000 Middlefield Rd, Rm V, Palo Alto
(inside Cubberley Community Center)
Required for ALL MAM classes: During classes,
only registered student with their parent permit-
ted in classroom.

Melody's Piano Toddler
A new approach to lead toddlers into the
musical world. A pre-piano/keyboard lesson
with introduction to music terminology,
keyboard playing and rhythm training using
a fun storytelling method. The class prepares
students for future piano lessons by helping
students develop musical character.
Note: Parent participation is required.

Melody Academy of Music MAM Staff
460114-01 3-4yrs
Mon 4/17-5/22 3-3:45pm
460114-02 3-4yrs
Wed 4/26-5/31 10:30-11:15am
460114-03 3-4yrs
Thu 4/27-6/1 10:30-11:15am
460114-04 3-4yrs
Tue 5/2-6/6 9:30-10:15am
Residents $180* All Others $214*
*Materials fee of $45 due first day.

Melody's Piano
Beginners: 4-5yrs
This course will enrich children who have
never studied music through a variety of
fun activities. It provides students with the
opportunity to learn various music skills, such
as singing, ear-training, keyboard playing,
rhythm ensemble, and reading music.
Melody's Piano: 5-7yrs Group Violin Lessons
Equipment Note: MAM provides full-sized Music theory, keyboard skills and techniques Try the violin! Suzuki method is combined
digital keyboard for each family to use in class. are included in this class. Ear-training and with Western teaching methods to provide
Required: Parents must attend with their sight-singing skills will be emphasized. Chil- a strong foundation for playing this sophis-
children. dren will also receive instruction in perform- ticated instrument. Students learn to read
ing keyboard and rhythm instruments. notes and become familiar with rhythm and
Melody Academy of Music MAM Staff
Equipment Note: MAM provides full-sized music theory.
410104-01 4-5yrs
Wed 4/26-5/31 5:30-6:15pm digital keyboard for each family to use in class. Equipment Note: MAM provides a violin for
YOUTH SPRING Classes

410104-02 4-5yrs Required: Parents must attend with their each family to use in class.
Thu 4/27-6/1 5-5:45pm children.
410104-03 4-5yrs Melody Academy of Music MAM Staff
Sat 4/29-6/3 3-3:45pm Melody Academy of Music MAM Staff 410105-01 6-10yrs
410104-04 4-5yrs 410115-01 5-7yrs Thu 4/27-6/1 5:30-6:15pm
Sun 4/30-6/4 1:30-2:15pm Wed 4/26-5/31 6:30-7:15pm 410105-02 6-10yrs
Residents $180* All Others $214* 410115-02 5-7yrs Sat 4/29-6/3 5-5:45pm
*Materials fee of $45 due first day. Thu 4/27-6/1 6-6:45pm Residents $180* All Others $214*
410115-03 5-7yrs *Materials fee of $45 due first day and includes
Sat 4/29-6/3 4-4:45pm 6-week violin rental. Materials fee is $25 if
410115-04 5-7yrs student has own violin.
Sun 4/30-6/4 2:30-3:15pm
Residents $180* All Others $214*
*Materials fee of $45 due first day.

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Group Flute Lessons
This class is a group flute class for beginner
students. The students will learn music
fundamentals such as note reading, rhythm,
music theory, and basic flute playing.
Equipment Note: Must bring own flute.

Melody Academy of Music MAM Staff
410110-01 7-12yrs
Sat 4/29-6/3 1-1:45pm
Residents $180* All Others $214 *

Melody Academy of Music MAM Staff
410110-02 7-12yrs
Tue 5/2-6/6 5-5:45pm
Residents $168* All Others $186*
*Materials fee of $25 due first day and does not
include flute rental.

Group Guitar: 7-10yrs
This is a beginner’s class for kids. Focus will
be on learning basic skills and techniques for
the instrument. No former musical knowledge
required.
Equipment Note: Must bring your own guitar.

Melody Academy of Music MAM Staff
410112-01 7-10yrs
Sat 4/29-6/3 2-2:45pm
Residents $180* All Others $214*
*Materials fee of $25 due first day and does not
include guitar rental.

Group Guitar: 10-13yrs
This class is designed to facilitate self-discovery
through the instrument. Group setting helps
create environment for expression and com-
munication through music.
Equipment Note: Must bring your own guitar.

Melody Academy of Music MAM Staff
410112-02 10-13yrs
Sat 4/29-6/3 3-3:45pm
Residents $180* All Others $214*
*Materials fee of $25 due first day and does not
include guitar rental.

Group Ukulele

YOUTH SPRING Classes
Try the ukulele! This group class is designed
for young beginners to help them learn basic
ukulele skills which include, but is not limited
to, chords, strum patterns, scales, and music
reading.
Equipment Note: Please bring own ukulele or
contact us to purchase one.

Melody Academy of Music MAM Staff
420113-01 8-12yrs
Sat 4/29-6/3 4-4:45pm
Residents $180* All Others $214*
*Materials fee of $25 due first day and does not
include ukulele rental.

Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 947-2790 9
SPORTS Archery 2
This class is a continuation for those who are
EQUESTRIAN
ready to move on to the next level (contact ZURAEK STABLES
ARCHERY Ray Roan via the Recreation & Community 11854 Page Mill Rd, Los Altos Hills
Services Office to see if you qualify), or for (408) 460-7226
ROAN ARCHERY those who have been shooting archery for at
The archery classes in this program are least one year. The focus of this class will be Western Horseback
designed to help students learn and develop to refine shooting form. Riding Lessons
their archery skills. Instructor Ray Roan has Passionate about horses? Come fulfill your
practiced archery for over 30 years and has RWG Field Roan
dreams! Scheduled visit includes grooming,
been teaching for more than 25 years. 410938-01 8+yrs tacking and riding lesson. Trail rides and
Thu 4/20-6/8 5-6pm arena work available. All level riders are
Equipment Note: Basic archery equipment will
Residents $251 All Others $299 welcome. Lessons are private and average
be provided.
1.5 hours; group lessons can be arranged.
Archery 1 Archery 3 Equipment Notes: Boots and long pants
Participants will learn the technique of shoot- This class is for those who have been taking required. Helmets provided. (Boots may
ing a bow, as well as the names for each of archery classes for at least four years and possibly be supplied depending on size:
the parts of the bow and arrow. This safe and want to further refine their shooting skills. inquire at registration.)
fun class allows each individual to focus on
Registration Note: To set up your session, call
their accomplishments. RWG Field Roan
instructor Kristen Zuraek at (408) 460-7226.
RWG Field Roan 410939-01 9+yrs
Fri 4/21-6/9 5-6pm Zuraek Stables Zuraek
YOUTH SPRING Classes

410918-01 7-17yrs
Thu 4/20-6/8 4-5pm Residents $251 All Others $299 No code required 10+yrs*
410918-02 7-17yrs By appointment only: call to set up.
Fri 4/21-6/9 4-5pm Residents $81 All Others $95
Residents $251 All Others $299 *Orignally listed in the adult section, this class
is suitable for youth (10-17yrs) too.

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GOLF
DEEP CLIFF GOLF
10700 Clubhouse Ln, Cupertino

For ALL Deep Cliff Golf classes:
Equipment Note: Golf clubs provided; however,
if you have your own clubs, please bring them!

Weather Policy: We make every effort to hold
our classes with consideration for participant
comfort. Decisions as to whether a class will
take place or not will be made one hour before
the scheduled start time. Registrants may call
Deep Cliff Golf Course directly at
(408) 253-5357 within one hour of class for
updates and rescheduling. Rescheduling is
done at the instructor’s discretion.

Parent/Child Golf
Parents and children, come spend quality
time together learning the game that may
be enjoyed for a lifetime! You will receive
instruction in skills, etiquette and some rules.
Note: Fee is per person.

Deep Cliff Golf Course Deep Cliff Staff Player's Academy Jumping Giraffes
450914-01 7+yrs If you have completed Intermediate Junior In this class, students will experience class
Sat 4/29-5/20 8:30-10am Golf and have gained instructor approval structure in a safe and fun environment that
Residents $137 All Others $162 to advance to the next level, this class is for further enhances motor skills, coordination,
YOU. We'll emphasize playing skills, helping and self-confidence. Your child will learn
you to develop a more complete game and the most fundamental gymnastics skills from
Junior Golf shoot lower scores. Twisters' trained instructors.
Young golfers, come learn and develop
the basic skills of golf, including the proper Prerequisite: Previous experience is required. If Twisters Sports Twisters Staff
etiquette and the most common rules. You you haven't been in the class before, you must
462102-01 3-4yrs
will learn and strengthen your abilities and have instructor approval to enter. Call Coach
Tu 4/18-6/6 9-9:45am
knowledge of the game to prepare yourself Gerry Benton at 400-2248.
462102-02 3-4yrs
for the next level, Intermediate Junior Golf. Deep Cliff Golf Course Deep Cliff Staff Fri 4/21-6/9 9-9:45am
Deep Cliff Golf Course Deep Cliff Staff 410914-01 10-17yrs Residents $186 All Others $221
410936-01 7-17yrs Sat 4/22-5/13 2:30-6:30pm
Sat 4/29-5/20 10:30am-12pm 410914-02 10-17yrs
Sat 5/20-6/10 2:30-6:30pm
Cartwheel Kangaroos
Residents $157 All Others $186 Our Cartwheel Kangaroos class further
Residents $312 All Others $372
expands physical, mental and social develop-
Intermediate Junior Golf ment. Students will learn basic gymnastics
This class is for you if you have fully acquired GYMNASTICS terminology, positions and skills. They will be
carefully spotted by a trained instructor until
the basic skills and knowledge of the game.
This is the place to build your FUNdamental TWISTERS SPORTS they can complete the skills successfully.

YOUTH SPRING Classes
and PLAYing skills. We'll play on the course 1165 N Fair Oaks, Sunnyvale Required: Must have prior sports or gymnastics
three days; skill build two days. experience.
Prerequisite: Junior Golf or Golf Camp
Leaping Lions
This class is designed to enhance motor Twisters Sports Twisters Staff
Deep Cliff Golf Course Deep Cliff Staff development and encourage a love of 462103-01 4-5yrs
physical fitness. Students and parents will Wed 4/19-6/7 9-9:45am
410934-01 7-17yrs
Sat 5/6-5/27 3-6pm be introduced to gymnastics concepts and Residents $186 All Others $221
Residents $262 All Others $312 equipment. We'll help your child develop
muscle coordination, body control, and social
interaction in an educational environment.
Required: Parent participation is required.
Twisters Sports Twisters Staff
452101-01 1.5-3yrs
Tue 4/18-6/6 10-10:45am
452101-02 1.5-3yrs
Thu 4/20-6/8 9-9:45am
452101-03 1.5-3yrs
Thu 4/20-6/8 11-11:45am
Residents $148 All Others $176

Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 947-2790 11
Bouncing Bears ICE SKATING MULTI SPORT
This class prepares students to transition to
our recreational gymnastics classes. Students NAZARETH ICE OASIS SKYHAWKS
will develop coordination, strength, balance,
and flexibility as they learn new gymnastics
(NIO) Required for ALL Skyhawks classes:
3140 Bay Rd, Redwood City Participants should bring appropriate clothing,
skills. Class also focuses on the development
athletic shoes, snacks, and water bottle.
of self-confidence and social skills with an For ALL Nazareth Ice Oasis classes:
emphasis on safety and fun. Note: Skate rental and 30-minute practice time Skyhawks Mini-Hawk
Twisters Sports Twisters Staff
immediately following lesson included in fee.
Required: 1. Please arrive 15 minutes before
Soccer & Basketball
412104-01 5-6yrs This multi-sport program was developed to
Fri 4/21-6/9 6:15-7pm class begins. 2. Bring warm clothing, mittens/
give children a positive first step into athlet-
No class 5/29 gloves.
ics. The essentials of soccer and basketball
Residents $164 All Others $195
Ice Skating: Parent & Me are taught in a safe, structured environment
with lots of encouragement and a big focus
Twisters Sports Twisters Gym This ice skating class is designed for a child
on fun.
412104-02 5-6yrs and one parent/guardian, and is geared
Wed 4/19-6/7 6:15-7pm toward development of independence in the Whisman Sports Complex
Residents $186 All Others $221 child so they may progress to a tot ice skating Skyhawks Staff
class without the adult. 410907-01 4-6yrs
Gymnastics for Girls Nazareth Ice Oasis NIO Staff
Sat 4/1-5/20 11:30am-12:30pm
No class 4/8, 4/15
Students build strength and flexibility as 450903-01 2.5-5yrs Residents $149 All Others $177
they learn fundamental gymnastics skills in Sat 4/29-6/10 12-12:30pm
a structured and fun class. Students will be No class 5/27
introduced to gymnastics concepts, terminol- Residents $142 All Others $168
ogy and equipment through dynamic exer-
cises and drills. This class will help students
develop positive life skills and encourage a
healthy lifestyle.

Twisters Sports Twisters Staff
412105-01 6-8yrs
Mon 4/17-6/5 6-7pm
No class 5/29
Residents $201 All Others $239

Twisters Sports Twisters Staff
412105-02 9-13yrs
Tue 4/18-6/6 6-7pm
No class 5/29
412105-03 6-8yrs
Thu 4/20-6/8 6-7pm
No class 5/29
Residents $228 All Others $272

NEW! Ice Skating: Tot & Youth Skyhawks Track & Field
Gymnastics for Boys Ice skating is a confidence-building sport that Skyhawks Track & Field was developed to
Build strength and flexibility as they develop is challenging and rewarding. These classes introduce young athletes to this sport rich in
skills on vault, pommel horse, bars, rings, and will give you a fun introduction to basic ice tradition and history. These programs com-
YOUTH SPRING Classes

floor exercise. All programs and skill charts skating skills, including skating forward, bine technical development and fundamental
are designed by Twisters staff and cover all backward and stopping. techniques with safety and a major focus
the skills necessary to build a strong on fun while introducing young athletes to
Nazareth Ice Oasis NIO Staff many Olympic-style events!
foundation.
460903-01 3-5yrs
Twisters Sports Twisters Staff Sat 4/29-6/10 12-12:30pm Graham Middle School Skyhawks Staff
412106-01 6-13yrs No class 5/27 410933-01 6-12yrs
Fri 4/21-6/9 4:45-5:45pm 460903-02 3-5yrs Fri 3/31-5/19 3:30-5pm
Residents $228 All Others $272 Tue 5/2-6/6 3:30-4pm No class 4/7, 4/14
410903-01 6-12yrs Residents $159 All Others $189
Sat 4/29-6/10 12-12:30pm
No class 5/27
410903-02 6-12yrs
Tue 5/2-6/6 4-4:30pm
Residents $142 All Others $168

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Skyhawks Volleyball
Skyhawks Volleyball takes the energy and
excitement of this great team sport and puts
it all together into one fun-filled class. All
aspects of the game are taught through drills
and exercises that focus on passing, setting,
hitting, and serving.

Whisman Sports Complex
Skyhawks Staff
411273-01 8-14yrs
Sat 4/1-5/20 3-4:30pm
No class 4/8, 4/15
Residents $159 All Others $189

Skyhawks Basketball
Instructional League/Clinic
This instructional league emphasizes indi-
vidual skill development, teamwork, charac-
ter building and FUN! Participants placed in
teams by age and skill level; teams have 60
minute time-slots. First week is skill evalua-
tion; following weeks are practice and games.
Bonus: All participants receive a jersey.
Scheduling Note: Specific game times will be
decided once teams are formed, but will take
place between 1-6pm.

Egan Gym Skyhawks Staff
410932-01 5-6yrs
Sun 4/23-6/11 1-6pm
No class 5/28
410932-02 7-8yrs
Sun 4/23-6/11 1-6pm
No class 5/28
410932-03 9-12yrs
Sun 4/23-6/11 1-6pm
No class 5/28
Residents $185 All Others $220
NEW! NATIONAL ACADEMY
REBOUND BASKETBALL OF ATHLETICS (NAA)
NEW! ACADEMY NEW!
Basketball classes focus on developing sports
Skyhawks Girls skills, improving self-esteem, and fair play Flag Football
Basketball Clinic while teaching the fundamentals of basket- Whether you are a beginner or an intermedi-
Skyhawks Basketball coaches focus on the ball such as dribbling, passing, and shooting. ate player, you'll love this program! Initial
development of fundamental skills through Fun games will be played in each class. emphasis will be on proper conditioning and
a variety of fun, creative drills, exercises and warm-ups, footwork drills, agility, passing,
Note: 1. Each participant receives participation
scrimmages. Positive instruction in proper receiving, and game strategies.
ribbon. 2. Bring water.

YOUTH SPRING Classes
technique, form and discipline contribute Heritage Oaks Park NAA Staff
to the overall success of players at all levels. Egan Gym Minzer
410973-01 7-9yrs
This is a girls only basketball clinic. Course 460974-01 2-3.5yrs* Sat 4/15-5/20 9-10:15am
curriculum is age-appropriate and pays Sat 4/22-6/3 9:05-9:30am 410973-02 10-12yrs
special attention to ball handling, passing, Residents $105 All Others $124 Sat 4/15-5/20 10:30-11:45am
shooting, defense, rebounding and condi- *Parent/caregiver participation is required. Residents $151 All Others $179
tioning
Egan Gym Minzer
Whisman Sports Complex 460974-02 3.5-5yrs
Skyhawks Staff Sat 4/22-6/3 9:35-10:10am
450972-01 8-14 Residents $115 All Others $136
Sat 4/1-5/20 1-2:30pm
No class 4/8 & 4/15 Egan Gym Minzer
Residents $159 All Others $189 410974-01 5-7yrs
Sat 4/22-6/3 10:15-11am
Residents $125 All Others $148

Egan Gym Minzer
450974-01 8-14yrs
Sat 4/22-6/3 11:05am-12pm
Residents $140 All Others $166

Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 947-2790 13
SOCCER KLS Tot Soccer KLS Techniques
KIDS LOVE SOCCER (KLS)
Encourages large motor development
through soccer skills and introduces small
& Teamwork
Teaches the basic techniques of soccer for
This soccer “school” is a non-competitive, children to the group setting. Little tykes will beginning players including dribbling, pass-
recreational environment for children to learn enjoy running and kicking just like the big ing and receiving, shooting, defense, etc.
and play the world’s most popular sport. kids! Every participant will have a ball at their
A session experience includes age-specific
feet! Fun skill games will be played at every
warm up, demonstration, thematic progres- Hillview Soccer Field KLS Staff
session.
sions (drills), and recreation games. 460904-02 3.5-4yrs
Thu 4/20-6/8 3:40-4:10pm Hillview Soccer Field KLS Staff
Bonus: Each participant receives a KLS jersey!
Residents $110 All Others $130
Equipment Note for ALL KLS classes: 410921-02 5-6yrs
No equipment required for Mommy/Daddy Rosita KLS Staff Thu 4/20-6/8 4:45-5:30pm
& Me classes. For ALL other KLS classes, shin Residents $110 All Others $130
460904-01 3.5-4yrs
guards required for all levels after the first meet- Tue 4/18-6/6 10:10-10:40am Rosita KLS Staff
ing. NO EXCEPTIONS! 460904-03 3.5-4yrs
410921-01 5-6yrs
KLS Rain-out Hotline: (888) 372-5803 Sat 4/22-6/17 10:20-10:50am
Tue 4/18-6/6 3:45-4:30pm
No class 5/27
410921-03 5-6yrs
Residents $110 All Others $130
Sat 4/22-6/17 9-9:45am
No class 5/27
Residents $110 All Others $130

KLS Mommy/Daddy & Me KLS Pre-Soccer KLS Skillz & Scrimmages
YOUTH SPRING Classes

As you and your child participate in our fun Teaches the basic techniques of the game In each class, we will play games to build
age-appropriate activities, your child will be and builds self-esteem through participation individual skills and small-sided scrimmages
developing their large motor and socializa- and fun soccer activity. Children learn to that emphasize application of finer technical
tion skills. The fun happens on the field, and follow instructions in a nurturing, teaching points. This is the perfect bridge from our
in Mommy/Daddy & Me Soccer, you won't environment. Techniques & Teamwork class for those who
have to watch from the sidelines! are aspiring to the next level.
Hillview Soccer Field KLS Staff
Required: Parent participation is required. Hillview Soccer Field KLS Staff
410904-03 4-5yrs
Rosita KLS Staff Thu 4/20-6/8 4:10-4:45pm 410922-01 7-10yrs
450916-01 2-3.5yrs Residents $110 All Others $130 Thu 4/20-6/8 5:30-6:15pm
Tue 4/18-6/6 9:30-10am Residents $110 All Others $130
Rosita KLS Staff
450916-02 2-3.5yrs
Sat 4/22-6/17 11-11:30am 410904-01 3.5-5yrs
No class 5/27 Tue 4/18-6/6 4:30-5:05pm
450916-03 2-3.5yrs 410904-02 4-5yrs
Sat 4/22-6/17 11:35am-12:05pm Tue 4/18-6/6 10:40-11:15am
No class 5/27 410904-04 4-5yrs
Sat 4/22-6/17 9:45-10:20am
Residents $110 All Others $130
No class 5/27
Residents $110 All Others $130

14 Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 LosAltosRecreation.org
COACH KEN’S Coach Ken's Soccer: 4-5yrs Coach Ken's Soccer: 6-10yrs
SOCCER ACADEMY Young players are introduced to soccer in
a positive environment and they eventually
We emphasize ball control and acquiring
movement on and off the ball. Kids learn
Learn new and exciting soccer skills with
Coach Ken. We have a proven record of help- play the real game. They learn FUNdamen- to use all foot surfaces, plus basic fakes and
ing kids achieve their full potential as soccer tal touches and moves. They enjoy running moves to get around opponents. We use 1
players. Our coaches are knowledgeable and through "the obstacle course" of speed versus 1 matches, and conclude daily with
passionate about the game. All lessons are ladders, hurdles and flags, which builds their a scrimmage. Kids separated into smaller
age-appropriate, challenging and fun. All coordination, speed and stamina. groups by age and ability.
levels are welcome. Hillview Soccer Field Hillview Soccer Field
Equipment Note for ALL Coach Ken’s classes: Coach Ken’s Staff Coach Ken's Staff
Shin guards and water are mandatory; 410923-01 4-5yrs 410942-01 6-10yrs
sunscreen recommended. Tue 4/18-6/6 12:30-1:30pm Tue 4/18-6/6 4:30-5:30pm
410923-02 4-5yrs 410942-02 6-10yrs
Tue 4/18-6/6 4:30-5:30pm Wed 4/19-6/7 4:30-5:30pm
410923-03 4-5yrs 410942-03 6-10yrs
Wed 4/19-6/7 4:30-5:30pm Fri 4/21-6/9 4:30-5:30pm
410923-04 4-5yrs Residents $162 All Others $192
Fri 4/21-6/9 12:30-1:30pm
410923-05 4-5yrs
Fri 4/21-6/9 4:30-5:30pm
Residents $162 All Others $192

SWIMMING “Advancing Swimming One Stroke at a Time.”

COVINGTON CRITTERS

YOUTH SPRING Classes
covingtonswimteam.swimtopia.com

Check out all the upcoming
programs of the Los Altos
Covington Critters Swim Team,
swimming this year at
Mountain View High School.

Their official website,
covingtonswimteam.swimtopia.com,
has their latest information!

Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 947-2790 15
TENNIS
WHITLINGER/SARSFIELD
TENNIS
whitlingersarsfieldtennis.com
Enjoy top-flight instruction from the staff
of Stanford University Hall of Famer John
Whitlinger and Stanford/USPTA Professional
Tom Sarsfield. Youth classes of 3-8 students
will consist of six or eight hours of instruc-
tion. Classes of two students and Terrific Tiny
Tennis classes will consist of eight 40 minute
or four hours of lessons.
For ALL Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis classes:
Equipment Note: Bring a racquet to all
classes!
Make-up Policy: Make-ups will only be given
on those occasions when inclement weather
or an instructor’s absence requires that a
class be canceled. Unless notified to the
contrary, make-up lessons will be forwarded
to the next normal meeting day and time.
However, Fridays (for weekday lessons) or
Sundays (for Saturday lessons) may be used
at the instructor’s discretion. Quickstart Tennis Junior Intermediate Tennis
Kids 8-10 years old will enhance their skill For players who are consistent on a slow to
Rain Policy: In case of rain, contact
development with low-compression tennis medium paced rally but needs to develop
Recreation & Community Services at 947-2790,
balls on the "60-foot court." Play to learn! depth and directional control when pace
Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm, within an hour
is added. Review and strengthen stroke
before scheduled starting time for class status. Los Altos High School Courts 11/12 techniques with emphasis on basic strategy
For evening or weekend classes, check with the Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis Staff and tactics.
instructor at the court. If at any time the
420902-01 8-10yrs
instructor is absent, report to the next sched- Sat 4/15-5/20 10-11am Los Altos High School Court 11/12
uled lesson for make-up date. No postponement Residents $89 All Others $105 Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis Staff
announcement will be initiated by the instructor
420947-01 11-14yrs
or Recreation & Community Services. Marymeade Tennis Court 2/3 Sat 4/15-5/20 11am-12pm
Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis Staff
Terrific Tiny Tennis 420902-02 8-10yrs
Residents $89 All Others $105
Children 5-7 years of age play FUN activi- Tue/Thu 4/18-5/4 4-5pm
ties and games with low-compression tennis 420902-03 8-10yrs Individual Tennis Lessons
balls on the "42-foot court" that will enhance Tue/Thu 5/16-6/1 4-5pm Personal and semi-private lessons
their skill development in a success-oriented Residents $89 All Others $105 (1-4 players) taught by the staff of Stanford
environment. Small group lessons with only University Hall of Famer John Whitlinger and
2-6 students per class!
Junior Novice Tennis Stanford/USPTA Professional Tom Sarsfield.

Los Altos High School Court 11/12 Develop the essential techniques with For lessons at Marymeade Park,
Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis Staff emphasis on control, depth, and direction Courts 2/3:
410902-01 5-6yrs on the "78-foot court" with regulation tennis Francois Chan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 345-8768
Sat 4/15-5/20 1:10-1:50pm balls. Lessons will also incorporate rules, James Knofler . . . . . . . . . . . (408) 410-0434
YOUTH SPRING Classes

410902-02 6-7yrs etiquette and basic doubles play. For lessons at Rosita & McKenzie Parks,
Sat 4/15-5/20 1:50-2:30pm Court 1:
Residents $89 All Others $105 Los Altos High School Court 11/12 David Panconi . . . . . . . . . . . .(408) 893-1405
Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis Staff Sharon Lamond . . . . . . . . . (408) 712-7361
Marymeade Tennis Court 2/3 420946-01 11-14yrs James Knofler . . . . . . . . . . . .(408) 410-0434
Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis Staff Sat 4/15-5/20 2:30-3:30pm For lessons at Montclaire Park, Court 1:
Residents $89 All Others $105
410902-03 5-7yrs Joe Bassi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 576-0988
Tue/Thu 4/18-5/4 3:20-4pm
410902-04 5-7yrs Marymeade Tennis Court 2/3 Hourly Rate* & Payment
Tue/Thu 5/16-6/1 3:20-4pm Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis Staff for one player: $75 per hour
Residents $89 All Others $105 420946-02 11-14yrs for two players: $40 per hour each
Tue/Thu 4/18-5/4 5-6pm for three players: $30 per hour each
420946-03 11-14yrs for four players: $25 per hour each
Tue/Thu 5/16-6/1 5-6pm
*Discounts may be offered for four or more
Residents $89 All Others $105
lessons paid in advance.
Payment by check only; payable to
Tom Sarsfield. Payment due first day.
Visit whitlingersarsfieldtennis.com for more
information.

16 Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 LosAltosRecreation.org
WATER SPORTS
SHORELINE AQUATIC
CENTER (SAC)
3160 N Shoreline Blvd, Mtn. View
shorelinelake.com
965-7474

Equipment Notes for ALL Shoreline Aquatic
Center classes: Students should bring/wear
1. comfortable clothes (no cotton), including
a jacket or fleece, 2. towel, 3. change of
clothes, 4. sun protection, 5. lanyard to
secure sunglasses*, 6. bottle of water, and
7. non-skid shoes (water booties, aqua socks
or Teva sandals work great).
*Sunglasses and hat recommended.

Sailing Level 1
Learn to harness the calm morning breeze
in protected water - perfect for learning the
ropes. Includes a 1 hour private lesson you
can schedule within 2 weeks after the class.

Shoreline Aquatic Center SAC Staff
420944-01 14+yrs
Sat/Sun 4/22-4/23 9am-1pm
420944-02 14+yrs
Sat/Sun 4/29-4/30 9am-1pm
420944-03 14+yrs
Sat/Sun 5/6-5/7 9am-1pm
420944-04 14+yrs
Sat/Sun 5/13-5/14 9am-1pm
420944-05 14+yrs
Sat/Sun 5/20-5/21 9am-1pm
420944-06 14+yrs
Sat/Sun 5/27-5/28 9am-1pm
Residents $287 All Others $342

Windsurfing Level 1
Learn to windsurf in a weekend with our
certified instructing staff! With an outstand- Stand Up
ing curriculum and the use of land simula- Paddle Boarding Yoga
PROTG
EEN
tors, students will be up and sailing in a Take your yoga practice outside and on the
matter of hours regardless of age, strength water. Your mat is a stand up paddleboard;
and size!
Requirements: Students must be comfortable
the world is your studio and all the elements
have been invited: sun, wind, water and
RAM
swimming and treading water. Tur
page n to
earth.
Shoreline Aquatic Center SAC Staff Equipment Notes: Dress in layers as you would
for th s 48-49

YOUTH SPRING Classes
come to any yoga class. No cotton. Sunglasses activ e
ities latest
420821-01 14+yrs
Sat/Sun 4/22-4/23 9am-1pm recommended. Swimsuit if you don't want to
420821-02 14+yrs get clothes wet. for o and inf
ur te o
Sat/Sun 4/29-4/30 9am-1pm
Shoreline Aquatic Center SAC Staff
ens!
420821-03 14+yrs
Sat/Sun 5/6-5/7 9am-1pm 420945-01 8+yrs
420821-04 14+yrs Sat 4/22 9-10:15am
Sat/Sun 5/13-5/14 9am-1pm 420945-02 8+yrs
420821-05 14+yrs Sat 4/29 9-10:15am
Sat/Sun 5/20-5/21 9am-1pm 420945-03 8+yrs
420821-06 14+yrs Sat 5/6 9-10:15am
Sat/Sun 5/27-5/28 9am-1pm 420945-04 8+yrs
Residents $207 All Others $246 Sat 5/13 9-10:15am
420945-05 8+yrs
Sat 5/20 9-10:15am
420945-06 8+yrs
Sat/Sun 5/27 9-10:15am
Residents $37 All Others $42

Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 947-2790 17
CAMP jelly bean & MORE!
Pirates & Princesses
Grab your tiaras and eye patches! Camp jelly
bean welcomes all pirates and princesses to
join in on a week of wands, swords, ships,
and castles. Children are encouraged to
explore, create, play, sing and read together
in a swashbuckling royal environment.

San Antonio Club
LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff
161310-01 3-5yrs
M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-12pm
Residents $179 All Others $212

Super Heroes & Tutus
What's your super power? We are calling all
superheroes in training for a week of
super-duper fun! Join us in saving our planet
one mission at a time. Grab your capes,
masks and tutus, and wait for our special
quest to begin.

San Antonio Club
LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff
161302-01 3-5yrs
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm
Residents $179 All Others $212

CAMP jelly bean Astronauts & Rockettes
10% CAMP DISCOUNT
Camp jelly bean is a camp for our younger
3...2...1...Blast off out of this world into an Camp jelly bean
intergalactic exploration. What's more
campers, an “introductory” camp, if you
exciting than exploring outer space! Join us
will. Set at the San Antonio Club, which is
as we venture out into our galaxy. Keep an Combo Camps
home to our Tiny Tot Program’s Terrific 3s
eye out for those aliens as we play in our
and Fabulous 4s classes, it is a natural setting
solar system. Redwood Grove Camps
for these tiny participants. Camps are, in
fact, run by some of our Tiny Tot staff so the San Antonio Club
campers are in a safe, fun and age LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff Camp Shoup
appropriate environment. 161311-01 3-5yrs
Required for ALL Camp jelly bean sessions: M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-12pm Discount applies if:
1. All participants should wear their camp Residents $179 All Others $212 1. You will be enrolling
T-shirt (handed out Monday), play clothes, and multiple siblings in these camps
closed-toe shoes every day. Welcome to Whoville – or –
2. Please send your camper with a water bottle, Oh no! Thing One and Thing Two are on
a “no trash” snack using reusable containers the loose. There’s a fox that’s wearing socks, 2. You will be sending your
SUMMER Camps

and sunscreen every day. but has no shoes. There’s a cat in the hat
3. Calendars detailing the week’s activities will with Horton and the Who’s. We get wacky at child to more than one week
be given out the start of each week. Camp jelly bean with Dr. Seuss! of these camps
4. Parents must fill out a City of Los Altos
San Antonio Club
medical release form prior to the beginning of
LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff To receive your discount:
camp. Please go to LosAltosRecreation.org to
download a form. Email completed form to 161308-01 3-5yrs All registrations must happen
W-F 7/5-7/7 9am-12pm
info@losaltosrecreation.org or fax to 947-2738.
Residents $108 All Others $141
at one time and registration
must take place at the
Recreation & Community
Services’ Office.

18 Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 LosAltosRecreation.org
COMBO Camps
COMBO CAMPS
Combine our Camp Shoup with one of our eligible Redwood Grove camps and, presto, you have an all day camp!
Here's how it works:
Your child will attend one of our classic camps, Camp Shoup or Redwood Grove, from 9am-12pm. Then, at 12pm, we will take all
campers signed up for Combo Camp to the Underground for lunch and games. At 1pm, staff will walk campers to the appropri-
ate afternoon camp.
Descriptions of Camp Shoup and all our Redwood Grove camps are listed under the individual camp (on the following pages).
Take a look and see what your camper might enjoy. If you are looking for half-day camps, just use the class codes listed under your
desired camp; if you want to register for our combo camps, use the class codes listed below.
Required: 1. All participants should wear their camp T-shirt (handed out on Monday), play clothes and closed-toe shoes every day. 2. Please send your
camper with a water bottle, a "no-trash" snack and lunch using reusable containers every day. Sunscreen recommended daily. 3. Calendars detailing each
week's activities will be given out at the start of each week.4. Combo camp hours are Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm. 2. Combo camps available
for the stated combinations only. 3.Parents must fill out a City of Los Altos medical release form prior to the beginning of camp. Please go to
LosAltosRecreation.org to download a form. Email completed form to info@losaltosrecreation.org or fax to 947-2738.

Adventurers Morning + Camp Shoup Morning + Camp Shoup Morning +
Camp Shoup Afternoon Naturalists Afternoon Survivors Afternoon
DROP OFF: REDWOOD GROVE DROP OFF: SHOUP PARK DROP OFF: SHOUP PARK
PICK UP: SHOUP PARK PICK UP: REDWOOD GROVE PICK UP: REDWOOD GROVE
LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff
111306-01 5-6yrs 111306-02 7-8yrs 111306-03 9-11yrs
M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-4pm M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-4pm M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-4pm
111306-04 5-6yrs 111306-05 7-8yrs 111306-06 9-11yrs
M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-4pm M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-4pm M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-4pm
111306-10 5-6yrs 111306-11 7-8yrs 111306-12 9-11yrs
M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-4pm M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-4pm M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-4pm
111306-13 5-6yrs 111306-14 7-8yrs 111306-15 9-11yrs
M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-4pm M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-4pm M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-4pm
111306-16 5-6yrs 111306-17 7-8yrs 111306-18 9-11yrs
M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-4pm M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-4pm M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-4pm
111306-19 5-6yrs 111306-20 7-8yrs 111306-21 9-11yrs
SUMMER Camps
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-4pm M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-4pm M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-4pm
111306-22 5-6yrs 111306-23 7-8yrs 111306-24 9-11yrs
M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-4pm M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-4pm M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-4pm
Residents $279 All Others $297 Residents $294 All Others $350 Residents $294 All Others $350
HOLIDAY WEEK CAMP HOLIDAY WEEK CAMP HOLIDAY WEEK CAMP
DROP OFF: Redwood Grove DROP OFF: Shoup Park DROP OFF: Shoup Park
PICK UP: Shoup Park PICK UP: Redwood Grove PICK UP: Redwood Grove
LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff
111306-07 5-6yrs 111306-08 7-8yrs 111306-09 9-11yrs
W-F 7/5-7/7 9am-4pm W-F 7/5-7/7 9am-4pm W-F 7/5-7/7 9am-4pm
No class 7/3, 7/4 No class 7/3, 7/4 No class 7/3, 7/4
Residents $167 All Others $198 Residents $175 All Others $207 Residents $175 All Others $207

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REDWOOD GROVE Camps

93% of Los Altos camp participants indicated they would return in summer 2017

REDWOOD GROVE CAMPS RWG Explorers RWG Adventurers
Set in Los Altos’ backyard, Redwood Grove Let’s play outside! Discover nature through all What’s happening under that rock? Let’s find
Nature Preserve is the perfect setting for five senses and find the wonders in our own out together! Campers will develop observa-
an introduction to and/or enhancement of backyard. Engaging their curiosity, campers tion skills using their five senses while
a love of nature, ecology and stewardship will explore the redwoods through multi- discovering the great outdoors! Each week
concepts. Redwood Grove summer campers sensory experiences of games, arts and crafts, will bring new themes to teach nature
explore our natural environment through songs, and storytelling. concepts. The program is designed to foster
hands-on activities such as games, songs, Bonus: Every Friday, parents are invited to a the love of the outdoors through garden-
hikes, arts and crafts, and an enthusiastic staff sing-a-long with their campers at 11:50am. ing, hiking, animal presentations, crafts, and
in this nature-based camp. Activities and hands-on activities.
Required: Campers must be potty trained in
lessons for each camp are age-appropriate. Bonus: Every Friday, parents are invited to a
order to attend this camp.
Required for ALL Redwood Grove Camp sessions: sing-a-long with their campers at 11:50am.
1. All participants should wear their camp RWG Nature Preserve
LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff RWG Nature Preserve
T-shirt (handed out Monday), play clothes, and
161401-01 3.5-4yrs LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff
closed-toe shoes every day.
M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-12pm 111402-01 5-6yrs
2. Please send your camper with a water bottle, M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-12pm
161401-02 3.5-4yrs
a "no trash" snack using reusable containers 111402-02 5-6yrs
M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-12pm
and sunscreen every day. 161401-03 3.5-4yrs M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-12pm
3. Calendars detailing the week’s activities will M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-12pm 111402-04 5-6yrs
be given out at the start of each week. 161401-04 3.5-4yrs M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-12pm
4. Parents must fill out a City of Los Altos M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12pm 111402-05 5-6yrs
Residents $181 All Others $215 M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-12pm
SUMMER Camps

medical release form prior to the beginning of
111402-06 5-6yrs
camp. Please go to LosAltosRecreation.org to
M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-12pm
download a form. Email completed form to
111402-07 5-6yrs
info@losaltosrecreation.org or fax to 947-2738.
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm
111402-08 5-6yrs
M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12pm
Residents $181 All Others $215
HOLIDAY WEEK CAMP
RWG Nature Preserve
LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff
111402-03 5-6yrs
W-F 7/5-7/7 9am-12pm
No class 7/4, 7/3
Residents $114 All Others $135

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RWG Naturalists RWG Survivors Family Overnight Camp
Unplug and explore Redwood Grove through Reconnect with the outdoors this summer Family Overnight Camp at Redwood Grove
hands-on activities, experiments, and discover at Redwood Grove. Campers will challenge is a great experience for the whole clan!
what it has in store for you! Campers will their understanding of ecology and science Parents and kids can enjoy camping fun
develop a love of the outdoors, gain awareness through activities under the big trees. All together under the redwoods and starry
of sustainability, see live animal presentations campers will have a chance to learn archery, night! During the camp out, family fun
and learn archery. They will explore concepts develop a passion and understanding for our awaits you along with dinner and breakfast.
such as ecology conservation and biology environment through wildlife presentations, Don't miss this local family camping experi-
as they take on new meaning when sitting arts and crafts, team building, and games. ence for you and your kids!
under 100-foot redwood trees!
Equipment Notes: Campers are asked to bring a
RWG Nature Preserve
RWG Nature Preserve LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff sleeping bag for each individual and additional
LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff overnight items to make them feel at home.
111404-01 9-11yrs
Please contact the Recreation & Community
111403-01 7-8yrs M-F 6/19-6/23 1-4pm
M-F 6/19-6/23 1-4pm Services office at 947-2790 should you have
111404-02 9-11yrs
111403-02 7-8yrs M-F 6/26-6/30 1-4pm any questions. An overnight packing list will be
M-F 6/26-6/30 1-4pm 111404-04 9-11yrs emailed prior to camp.
111403-04 7-8yrs M-F 7/10-7/14 1-4pm Pre-requisite: Must have a child signed up
M-F 7/10-7/14 1-4pm 111404-05 9-11yrs in any one of the Redwood Grove Summer
111403-05 7-8yrs M-F 7/17-7/21 1-4pm camps (Explorers, Adventurers, Naturalists, or
M-F 7/17-7/21 1-4pm 111404-06 9-11yrs Survivors) in order to attend Family Overnight
111403-06 7-8yrs M-F 7/24-7/28 1-4pm Camp.
M-F 7/24-7/28 1-4pm 111404-07 9-11yrs
111403-07 7-8yrs M-F 7/31-8/4 1-4pm RWG Nature Preserve
M-F 7/31-8/4 1-4pm 111404-08 9-11yrs LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff
111403-08 7-8yrs M-F 8/7-8/11 1-4pm 151407-01 3.5+yrs
M-F 8/7-8/11 1-4pm Residents $194 All Others $231 F/Sa 7/7-7/8 6pm-8:30am
Residents $194 All Others $231 Residents $75* All Others $88*
HOLIDAY WEEK CAMP
HOLIDAY WEEK CAMP *Price is for up to 4 family members.
RWG Nature Preserve
RWG Nature Preserve LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff Additional family members?
LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff 111404-03 9-11yrs Register them with the corresponding activity
111403-03 7-8yrs W-F 7/5-7/7 1-4pm codes for an additional $10 per person.
W-F 7/5-7/7 1-4pm No class 7/3, 7/4 151407-03 3.5+yrs
No class 7/3, 7/4 Residents $122 All Others $144 F/Sa 7/7-7/8 6pm-8:30am
Residents $122 All Others $144 Residents & All Others $10

Updated This Year!
COUNSELOR-IN-TRAINING
PROGRAM: 12-15yrs
Counselors-in-Training will assist in their
choice of Redwood Grove, Camp jelly bean
or Camp Shoup camps. All weeks of camps
are open to participants.

This program will develop leadership skills
and give participants real world work
experience.

APPLICATION PROCESS
Applications will be required and applicants
will be reviewed, selected, and scheduled.
Applications are available online at
SUMMER Camps
LosAltosRecreation.org and must be submit-
ted to the Los Altos Recreation & Community
Services office by April 12, 2017.
Residents $99 All Others $116

MANDATORY TRAINING
May 13, 9am-1pm OR June 16, 9am-1pm

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CAMP Shoup
CAMP SHOUP Shoup Park Field
LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff
Shoup Park Field
LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff
Camp Shoup is the fun-filled week of camp
111301-01 5-6yrs 111301-15 9-11yrs
we remember from our youth: where we
M-F 6/19-6/23 1-4pm M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-12pm
learned to play well together, made friends,
111301-02 5-6yrs 111301-16 9-11yrs
whiled away the hours just enjoying summer,
M-F 6/26-6/30 1-4pm M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-12pm
and had fun the old fashioned way--through 111301-03 5-6yrs 111301-17 9-11yrs
PLAY! Participants will partake in games and M-F 7/10-7/14 1-4pm M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-12pm
activities much loved by kids: Steal the Bacon, 111301-04 5-6yrs 111301-18 9-11yrs
Sharks and Minnows, and Capture the Flag. M-F 7/17-7/21 1-4pm M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-12pm
We’ve added some new ones, too. Even join 111301-05 5-6yrs 111301-19 9-11yrs
in craft projects that are sure to be a hit! M-F 7/24-7/28 1-4pm M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-12pm
Themed days plus a lot more round out this 111301-06 5-6yrs 111301-20 9-11yrs
enjoyable and rambunctious traditional day M-F 7/31-8/4 1-4pm M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm
camp. Come join in the fun! 111301-07 5-6yrs 111301-21 9-11yrs
M-F 8/7-8/11 1-4pm M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12pm
Residents $129 All Others $153 Residents $129 All Others $153

Our Recreation camp staff received a 93% approval rating in summer 2016

Required for ALL Camp Shoup sessions: Shoup Park Field HOLIDAY WEEK CAMPS
LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff
1. All participants should wear their camp Shoup Park Field
111301-08 7-8yrs
SUMMER Camps

T-shirt (handed out Monday), play clothes, and LA Recreation & Community Srvcs Staff
closed-toe shoes every day. M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-12pm
111301-09 7-8yrs 111301-22 5-6yrs
2. Please send your camper with a water bottle, M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-12pm W-F 7/5-7/7 1-4pm
a “no trash” snack using reusable containers 111301-10 7-8yrs No class 7/3, 7/4
and sunscreen every day. M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-12pm 111301-24 7-8yrs
3. Calendars detailing the week’s activities will 111301-11 7-8yrs W-F 7/5-7/7 9am-12pm
be given out at the start of each week. M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-12pm No class 7/3, 7/4
111301-12 7-8yrs 111301-25 9-11yrs
4. Parents must fill out a City of Los Altos W-F 7/5-7/7 9am-12pm
medical release form prior to the beginning of M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-12pm
111301-13 7-8yrs No class 7/3, 7/4
camp. Please go to LosAltosRecreation.org to Residents $79 All Others $93
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm
download a form. Email completed form to
111301-14 7-8yrs
info@losaltosrecreation.org or fax to 947-2738.
M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12pm
Residents $129 All Others $153

22 Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 LosAltosRecreation.org
MORE SUMMER Camps
ACADEMIC FUN!
CAMPS
GURUS EDUCATION
guruseducation.com

Intro to Writing Speeches
Young students learn how to write speeches
in six easy steps. Learn the importance of
writing like they talk: making it personal and
creating interesting openings and memorable
finishes. Using props, stories, jokes and pic-
tures, we make learning easy and fun!

Hillview Rm 17 Gurus Staff
111818-01 6-9yrs
M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-12pm
Residents $211 All Others $251

Advanced Debate
& Public Speaking Debate & Public Speaking: Personal Finance
This camp is a combination of Advanced Level 1 This course teaches the different types of
vehicles in which they can place their money
Public Speaking and Speech Writing and This camp is a combo course of Public
Speaking with Confidence and Essentials of to grow. They learn the risks and returns
Debate classes. Our aim is to have each
Debating. It focuses on teaching delivery and involved in each of the types of investments.
participant write a well-structured and
presentation skills, but also provides founda- They understand the strategies to use before
engaging speech. The participants debate
tion of critical thinking and essentials of selecting any method.
on a variety of their age appropriate topics in
various formats. debating. It improves students' confidence,
Grant Rm 3 Gurus Staff
communication and general knowledge.
Hillview Rm 17 Gurus Staff 111826-01 10-16yrs
Hillview Rm 17 Gurus Staff M-F 7/17-7/21 1-4pm
111820-01 10-14yrs
Residents $211 All Others $251
M-F 6/19-6/23 1-4pm 111819-01 10-14yrs
Residents $211 All Others $251 M-F 6/12-6/16 1-4pm
Residents $211 All Others $251 STARTUPK12
Building Public Little Masters
For ALL YouthStartup camps:

Speaking Confidence of Public Speaking
Equipment Note: Students need an email
account and are given computers to share or
This class is a combo course of Public
This course is the combination of Building can bring their own dedicated computer. (Any
Speaking with Confidence and Essentials of
Confidence in Public Speaking and Intro to Wi-Fi enabled laptop is OK.)
Debating. We focus on teaching delivery and
Speech Writing. It is a project based class Note: All camps offer outdoor breaks.
presentation skills, and provide the founda-
where students create presentations that
tion of critical thinking and the essentials of
debating. Students learn how to manage
require research, critical thinking and StartupK12 Invention
supporting their arguments with reason. A fun Maker-Camp that introduces innovation.
public speaking anxiety.
While working in teams, students learn basics
Grant Rm 3 Gurus Staff
Grant Rm 3 Gurus Staff of brainstorming, tradeoffs, and intellectual
SUMMER Camps
111824-01 6-9yrs property. Teams compete in best designs for
111827-01 6-9yrs
M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-12pm multiple challenge projects using material
M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-12pm
Residents $211 All Others $251 from class and home.
Residents $211 All Others $251
Bonus: On Friday, parents are invited for a
demo at 11am.

Hillview Rm 8 StartupK12 Staff
112703-01 9-14yrs
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm
Residents $252 All Others $300

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StartupK12 Game Design StartupK12 Business Little Veterinarian
Introduction to Coding and Game building
using drag and drop modules. Instructors
Students brainstorm an idea and form business
teams and develop their business plan. The
School Camp
will show "under the hood" code and teach last day, students will compete for the best Students will explore the exciting world of
veterinarians. Using interactive demonstrations,
basics of logic and programming so students overall plan.
crafts and games, kids learn how to take
can build their games. Bonus: On Friday, parents are invited for a care of a pet and use instruments that real
Hillview Rm 8 StartupK12 Staff demo and pitch at 11am. veterinarians use. Students will also learn the
importance of medication safety in a fun and
112706-01 9-15yrs Hillview Rm 8 StartupK12 Staff entertaining way.
M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12pm 112702-01 9-14yrs
Residents $252 All Others $300 M-F 7/3-7/7 1-4pm Hillview Rm 16 LMS Staff
No class 7/4 111823-02 6-10yrs
StartupK12 Java Script Residents $211 All Others $251 M-F
Residents $252*
7/17-7/21 9am-12pm
All Others $300*
Students learn basic JavaScript syntax and Hillview Rm 8 StartupK12 Staff *Materials fee of $25 due first day.
programming logic applicable to any language. 112702-02 9-14yrs
They will have daily assignments and a final M-F 8/14-8/18 1-4pm
fun assignment. Residents $252 All Others $300
Hillview Rm 8 StartupK12 Staff
112708-01 9-14yrs
M-F 7/3-7/7 9am-12pm
No class 7/4
Residents $211 All Others $251

StartupK12 Python
Python is a powerful but easy language to
learn. Students learn basic computer
programming logic, have daily Python
assignments to finish in camp and have a
final game assignment.

Hillview Rm 8 StartupK12 Staff
112705-01 9-14yrs
M-F 7/31-8/4 1-4pm
112705-02 9-14yrs
M-F 8/14-8/18 1-4pm
Residents $252 All Others $300

StartupK12
Idea Presentation
Students will work in teams to learn basics of
communication, marketing and power/pitfall
of ads. Teams get marketplace challenges,
then compete for best presentation, write a
brochure, create ads and build a website. LITTLE SCHOOL CAMPS MAD SCIENCE
Bonus: On Friday, parents are invited for a
Required for ALL Mad Science camps: 1. Half
demo at 11am. Little Medical School Camp day campers please bring a peanut-free snack;
Little Medical School, designed and full-day campers, bring a lunch! 2. Campers
Hillview Rm 8 StartupK12 Staff
developed by board certified physicians, must wear closed-toe shoes.
112704-01 9-14yrs
engages students with medical based hands
M-F 8/7-8/11 1-4pm
Residents $252 All Others $300
on demonstrations, crafts, songs, and games. Mad Science
The interactive activities and games will grasp
every student's curiosity as they explore the Little Green Thumbs
SUMMER Camps

human body. Come join us for camp as we Flowers and minds can't blossom without
explore the world of science and medicine. STEMs. This camp is specially designed for
inquisitive pre-K or kinder-"gardeners". Kids
Hillview Rm 16 LMS Staff discover how to paint with wind, build a bug
111823-01 6-10yrs model, start their own garden, and learn
M-F 6/19-6/23 1-4pm what nature needs to make their plants grow!
111823-03 6-10yrs
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff
Residents $252 All Others $300 111262-01 4-6yrs
M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-12pm
Residents $239 All Others $285

24 Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 LosAltosRecreation.org
Mad Science Brixology
Explore engineering fields including me-
chanical, structural, aerospace, nautical, and
bioengineering. Use critical thinking, coop-
eration, and creative problem-solving to test
and improve creations. Experience extended
learning with take home LEGO toys!

Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff
111218-01 7-12yrs
M-F 6/12-6/16 1-4pm
Residents $239 All Others $285

Mad Science Eco-Explorers
Have fun finding and magnifying nature's
smallest creatures, engineer animal habitats,
pour plaster casts of animal tracks, make
recycled paper, and build a water filter!
Create your own blob of "Mad Mucus" and
learn about cilia, cells and circulation.

Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff
111257-01 Full Day 6-11yrs
M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-3pm
Residents $319 All Others $381

Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff
111257-02 Half Day 6-11yrs
M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-12pm
Residents $239 All Others $285
Mad Science Mad Science Spy Academy
Mad Science Reactions in Actions Check out spy tech equipment and take
home lots of gadgets like a UV Fingerprint
Junior Mad Scientists dive into the realms of
Young Inventors the Chemical and Physical world in this crazy Finder! Step into the shoes of a detective as
This camp is designed by you - the Inventor! week of non-stop action - and Reaction! Our you uncover the science involved in evidence
Each day you'll be given a series of challenges young chemists perform spectacular hands gathering and analysis! Become a super spy!
which must be overcome using basic materi- on experiments and continue the fun at
als, simple machines, tips from world famous Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff
home with the gadgets they've designed in
inventors and the most important thing of 111203-01 Full Day 6-11yrs
the lab!
all - your mind. M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-3pm
Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff Residents $319 All Others $381
Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff
111259-01 Full Day 6-11yrs Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff
111296-01 Full Day 7-12yrs M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-3pm
M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-3pm 111203-02 Half Day 6-11yrs
Residents $319 All Others $381 M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-12pm
Residents $319 All Others $381
Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff Residents $239 All Others $285
Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff
111259-02 Half Day 6-11yrs
111296-02
M-F
Half Day
6/26-6/30 9am-12pm
7-12yrs M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-12pm Mad Science Fizzical
Residents $239 All Others $285
Residents $239 All Others $285 Phenomena & Che-Mystery
Have a ton of fun as we whip up potions and
Mad Science Jet Cadets experiment with all kinds of chemical reac-
Learn all about aerodynamics and the world tions, including growing our own crystals,
WEE above us! Explore the basic principles of making sidewalk chalk, and learning the
K
CALE LY
flight, build airplanes, ride a hovercraft and science of chromatography in a Mad Science
SUMMER Camps
construct balloon copters. Discover the Lab Coat you get to keep!
NDER mysteries of the galaxy, learn about celestial
LosA iV Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff
ltosR sit
navigation, and take home a rocket that you
have built yourself! 111256-01 Full Day 6-11yrs
to do e c rea M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-3pm
sum wnlo tion.org Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff Residents $319 All Others $381
mer ad
cam your 111254-01 Full Day 6-11yrs
Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff
calen p weekly
M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-3pm
Residents $319 All Others $381 111256-02 Half Day 6-11yrs
dar! M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm
Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff Residents $239 All Others $285
111254-02 Half Day 6-11yrs
M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-12pm
Residents $239 All Others $285

Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 947-2790 25
Mad Science Intro to STEM with LEGO® Mine, Craft, Build:
NASA: Outer Space Tap into your imagination with tens of
thousands of LEGO! Build engineer-designed
Survival Game with LEGO®
Mad Science and NASA have teamed up Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO! Roll the
to bring you the experiment and wonder projects such as boats, snowmobiles, cata- dice to mine for resources, craft tools, and
of space! See the principles of thrust and pults, and merry-go-rounds. Then use special watch out for Creepers! This ultimate LEGO
propulsion at work in a real rocket launch. pieces to create your own unique design! Minecraft experience uses gameplay
Explore the atmosphere, watch star dust burn elements and characters inspired by the
Hillview Rm 18 Play-Well TEK Staff
and investigate the life cycle of stars. popular Minecraft video game.
112622-01 5-8yrs
Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12pm Hillview MPR Play-Well TEK Staff
Residents $190 All Others $226
111258-01 6-11yrs 112621-02 7-11yrs
M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12pm M-F 6/19-6/23 1-4pm
Residents $239 All Others $285 Residents $190 All Others $226

Mad Science
Wacky Robots/Widgets
Whether your child loves to build things
or destroy them, this camp includes lots of
both! Kids design simple machines using
pulleys, wedges, screws, and levers as well as
have fun learning how catapults work! We'll
build a robot you can keep, while learning
the science of robotics!

Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff
111255-01 Full Day 7-12yrs
M-F 8/14-8/18 9am-3pm
Residents $319 All Others $381

Grant Rm 2 Mad Science Staff
111255-02 Half Day 7-12yrs
M-F 8/14-8/18 9am-12pm
Residents $239 All Others $285

PLAY-WELL TEKNOLOGIES
Required for ALL Play-Well TEK camps: Please
bring a nut-free snack daily.
Jedi Engineering HANDS ON SCIENCE
Robotics with LEGO® WeDo with LEGO®
Build and program robots in this introduc- Young Jedi will explore worlds far, far away
tory Robotics class using the LEGO WeDo and engineering principles right in front of Chemistry & Physical
system. Learn basic programming skills,
simple engineering concepts, and the names
them. Defeat the Empire by designing and Sciences
refining X-Wings, R2-units, and settlements Take the 'Mystery' out of Che-mystery and fall
of robot components. Work in small groups on far-flung edges of the galaxy. Imagina- head first into Physics! Your young scientist
to complete several projects using tilt and tion and engineering combine to create fun will learn about chemical reactions, super-
motion sensors. motorized and architectural projects! absorbent and glow-in-the-dark polymers,
Hillview Rm 18 Play-Well TEK Staff and the molecule that supports life on our
Hillview Rm 18 Play-Well TEK Staff
planet! We will also explore characteristics of
111276-01 6-8yrs 112615-01 5-8yrs
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm light and sound!
M-F 8/7-8/11 1-4pm
111276-02 6-8yrs Residents $190 All Others $226 Hillview Rm 16 Hands on Science Staff
M-F 7/31-8/4 1-4pm
Residents $232 All Others $276 112104-01 5-10yrs
Mine, Craft, Build: M-F 7/17-7/21 1-4pm
SUMMER Camps

Residents $307 All Others $366
Adventure Game with LEGO®
Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO!
Resourcefulness, creativity and cooperation
come together in this unique building
adventure game. Build a zoo, create a
medieval castle, and design a tree house
village!

Hillview MPR Play-Well TEK Staff
112621-01 5-7yrs
M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-12pm
Residents $190 All Others $226

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Earth & Life Sciences
This week your young scientists explore living
things that inhabit, and once inhabited, our
planet as they become paleontologists,
geologists, botanists, and entomologists!
We'll learn about weather systems, plant
parts and life cycles! Then we'll travel back a
few million years to learn about dinosaurs!

Hillview Rm 16 Hands on Science Staff
112104-02 5-10yrs
M-F 7/24-7/28 1-4pm
Residents $307 All Others $366

TECHSMART ACADEMY
techsmartacademy.com
Note for ALL Techsmart Academy Courses:
No prior programming experience necessary.

Intro to Java
Using Minecraft
Learn to program in Java and build Mine-
craft mods! Understand Java syntax, object

ARTS & CRAFTS
oriented concepts, and work with Forge API
and the Eclipse editor. Transform Minecraft
entities and tweak behaviors! Python Programming
Equipment Note: Laptops provided. with Minecraft iPAD ART CAMP
Explore and tweak the magical world of An exciting new art camp that empowers
Hillview Rm 17 TechSmart Staff
Minecraft while learning Python coding! students to use their iPads creatively by
152713-03 10-14yrs
Code games and buildings, transform Mine- teaching them to use apps to create art,
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-4pm
craft items, understand control structures, books and even 3D sculptures!
Residents $695* All Others $832*
and learn programming workflow and object
*Materials fee of $20 due first day. Equipment Note: Student must bring own iPad
oriented programming.
and download Paper by 53, Procreate,
Equipment Note: Laptops provided. BookCreator and 123D Sculpt.
Note: Printing costs of any 3D printing as
Hillview Rm 8 TechSmart Staff
arranged by parent.
152714-02 9-14yrs
M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-4pm Hillview Rm 16 Mustard
Residents $595* All Others $712* 120528-01 9-14yrs
*Materials fee of $20 due first day. M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-12pm
120528-02 9-14yrs
M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-12pm
Residents $212* All Others $252*
*Materials fee of $10 due first day. This is in
addition to any seprate printing fees noted
above.

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SPECIAL
INTEREST
CANTABILE
YOUTH SINGERS
Ocean Kingdoms
Jump aboard this action-packed week which
explores songs, dances, games, and folk-tales
from the depths of the ocean and the spar-
kling sores, to the dusty planks of stolen
pirate ships! Culminating in an action-
packed performance on the last day of camp.

Grant Rm 3 Cantabile Staff
110238-01 6-11yrs
M-F 7/10-7/14 8:30am-12pm
Residents $324* All Others $387*
*Materials fee of $35 due first day.

Tell Me a Tale
This week features new tales from around
the world! Explored through singing,
instruments, and crafts elements each day.
Culminating in an action-packed perfor-
mance on the last day of camp, children will
embark upon tales from cultures around the
world!

Hillview Rm 18 Cantabile Staff
110238-02 6-11yrs
M-F 7/17-7/21 8:30am-12pm
Residents $324* All Others $387* INCREDIFLIX LEGO® Flix
*Materials fee of $35 due first day. We provide the LEGO pieces and you provide
Note for all INCREDIFLIX camps:
Flix downloadable a month after camp ends. your imagination. Students will create a
stop-motion animation movie that they story-
NEW! board, write, shoot, and add voice-over in

Star Wars Action age-appropriate groups.

LY & LEGO® Combo Grant Rm 3 IncrediFlix Staff
WEEK ER A combination of Action and LEGO Flix 112601-01 7-13yrs
ND M-F 6/19-6/23 1-4pm
CALE it
camps. Registration discount (reflected in fee
below) and lunch supervision provided to Residents $190* All Others $226*
Vis rg *Materials fee of $30 due first day.
on.o
those who register for a full day of IncrediFlix
e a t i
ecr
camps!
ltosR ur
L o s A
n l o ad yo ly Note: Bring your own sack lunch. Tricks & Effects Flix
w ek
to do amp we Grant Rm 3 IncrediFlix Staff
Love SFX? Let us show you how stop-motion
er c movie magic is made. Kids will work in
summ alendar! 112606-01 7-13yrs groups to create and film effects from water
c M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-4pm to fire to flying!
Residents $340* All Others $406*
*Materials fee of $60 due first day. Grant Rm 3 IncrediFlix Staff
SUMMER Camps

112618-01 9-13yrs
NEW! M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm
Residents $190* All Others $226*
Star Wars Live Action Flix *Materials fee of $30 due first day.
May the Force be with you. Students will
brainstorm, location scout, bring in props/
costumes, act, and direct in a collaborative
movie, so come join the fun you will.

Grant Rm 3 IncrediFlix Staff
112605-01 7-13yrs
M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-12pm
Residents $190* All Others $226*
*Materials fee of $30 due first day.

28 Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 LosAltosRecreation.org
NEW! Golf Camp One The Player's Camp
Star Wars Stop Motion Flix Golf is a challenging game and waaay fun!
This camp teaches you the basic skills of the
Let's head to the course! This is the place to
advance your game to the next level.
From a galaxy far far away to a location near
game including the proper etiquette and Equipment Note: It is suggested that you have
you. Bring Star Wars characters to life using
the most common rules. You will learn and your own clubs.
stop-motion animation. Students create
strengthen your abilities and knowledge of
characters and sets for a Star Wars movie Prerequisite: Junior Golf or Intermediate Junior
golf to prepare yourself for the next level.
they storyboard, write, shoot, and voice-over Golf, with instructor's approval to advance.
in age-appropriate groups. Note: Lunch is included each day.
Deep Cliff Golf Course Deep Cliff Staff
Grant Rm 3 IncrediFlix Staff Deep Cliff Golf Course Deep Cliff Staff 111211-01 7-17yrs
112619-01 9-13yrs 111210-01 7-17yrs M-F 6/12-6/16 2-4:30pm
M-F 7/31-8/4 1-4pm M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-12pm 111211-02 7-17yrs
Residents $190* All Others $226* 111210-02 7-17yrs M-F 6/19-6/23 2-4:30pm
*Materials fee of $30 due first day. M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-12pm 111211-03 7-17yrs
111210-03 7-17yrs M-F 6/26-6/30 2-4:30pm
M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-12pm 111211-05 7-17yrs
NEW! 111210-05 7-17yrs M-F 7/10-7/14 2-4:30pm
M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-12pm
Tricks & Effects/ 111210-06 7-17yrs
111211-06
M-F 7/17-7/21 2-4:30pm
7-17yrs

Star Wars Flix Combo M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-12pm 111211-07 7-17yrs
A combination of Tricks & Effects and Star 111210-07 7-17yrs M-F 7/24-7/28 2-4:30pm
Wars Flix camps. Registration discount M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-12pm 111211-08 7-17yrs
(reflected in fee below) and lunch supervision 111210-08 7-17yrs M-F 7/31-8/4 2-4:30pm
provided to those who register for a full day M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm 111211-09 7-17yrs
111210-09 7-17yrs M-F 8/7-8/11 2-4:30pm
of IncrediFlix camps!
M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12pm 111211-10 7-17yrs
Note: Bring your own sack lunch. 111210-10 7-17yrs M-F 8/14-8/18 2-4:30pm
M-F 8/14-8/18 9am-12pm 111211-11 10-17yrs
Grant Rm 3 IcrediFlix Staff 111210-11 7-17yrs M-F 8/21-8/25 2-4:30pm
112620-01 9-13yrs M-F 8/21-8/25 9am-12pm Residents $222 All Others $264
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-4pm Residents $207 All Others $246
Residents $340* All Others $406* HOLIDAY WEEK CAMP
HOLIDAY WEEK CAMP
*Materials fee of $60 due first day. Deep Cliff Golf Course Deep Cliff Staff
Deep Cliff Golf Course Deep Cliff Staff 111211-04 7-17yrs

SPORTS
111210-04 7-17yrs W-F 7/5-7/7 2-4:30pm
W-F 7/5-7/7 9am-12pm No class 7/3, 7/4________
No class 7/3, 7/4________ Residents $134 All Others $159
Residents $129 All Others $153
GOLF
DEEP CLIFF GOLF
10700 Clubhouse Ln, Cupertino

For ALL Deep Cliff Golf camps:
Equipment Note: Equipment is provided,
but bring your own clubs if you have them.
Please wear flat-soled athletic shoes.
Golf shoes are not required.
Required: Please bring a bottle of water
every day.
Weather Policy: We make every effort to hold
a class with consideration for participant
comfort. Decisions as to whether a class
will take place or not will be made one hour
before the scheduled start time.
Registrants may call Deep Cliff directly at
SUMMER Camps
(408) 253-5357 within one hour of class
start time for updates and rescheduling.
Rescheduling is done at the instructor’s
discretion.

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GYMNASTICS Gymnastics Camp MULTI SPORT
Boys and girls are introduced to progressive
TWISTERS SPORTS skills on all Olympic events and trampolines. SKYHAWKS
1165 N Fair Oaks Ave, Sunnyvale They'll have fun bouncing, swinging, flipping, Required: 1. Appropriate clothing, running or
and tumbling on all our equipment. gym shoes, and sunscreen. 2. For programs
Preschool Gym Camp Required: Please bring a snack and lunch. over 4 hours: lunch, snack, water bottle, and
Children can come and enjoy a fun-filled 3. For programs 4 hours or less: two snacks
camp that will include gymnastics, arts and Twisters Sports Twisters Staff
and water bottle.
crafts, music, stories, games, and more! 111216-01 6-13yrs
Note: T-shirt and merit award included with
Required: Please bring a snack! Must be M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-2pm
purchase. Shirt will be distributed Monday
potty trained and able to participate without 111216-02 6-13yrs
M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-2pm at end of camp.
a parent.
111216-03 6-13yrs
Twisters Sports Twisters Staff M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-2pm Skyhawks Mini-Hawk
111216-04 6-13yrs This multi-sport program was developed to
161215-01 3-6yrs
M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-2pm give children a positive first step into athlet-
M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-12pm
111216-05 6-13yrs ics. The essentials of soccer, baseball and
161215-02 3-6yrs
M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-12pm M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-2pm basketball are taught in a safe, structured
161215-03 3-6yrs 111216-06 6-13yrs environment with lots of encouragement and
M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-12pm M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-2pm a big focus on fun.
161215-04 3-6yrs 111216-07 6-13yrs
Equipment Note: Shin guards required. Baseball
M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-12pm M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-2pm
glove recommended.
161215-05 3-6yrs 111216-08 6-13yrs
M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-12pm M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-2pm Grant Basketball Court Skyhawks Staff
161215-06 3-6yrs Residents $268 All Others $320
161222-01 4-7yrs
M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-12pm M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-12pm
161215-07 3-6yrs 161222-02 4-7yrs
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-12pm
161215-08 3-6yrs 161222-03 4-7yrs
M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12pm M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm
Residents $240 All Others $286 Residents $185 All Others $220
Twisters Sports Twisters Staff
161215-09 3-6yrs
M-F 6/12-6/16 1-4pm
161215-10 3-6yrs
M-F 6/19-6/23 1-4pm
161215-11 3-6yrs
M-F 6/26-6/30 1-4pm
161215-12 3-6yrs
M-F 7/10-7/14 1-4pm
161215-13 3-6yrs
M-F 7/17-7/21 1-4pm
161215-14 3-6yrs
M-F 7/24-7/28 1-4pm
161215-15 3-6yrs
M-F 7/31-8/4 1-4pm
161215-16 3-6yrs
M-F 8/7-8/11 1-4pm
Residents $240 All Others $286
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Skyhawks Baseball Skyhawks Volleyball Skyhawks
Skyhawks baseball progressional curriculum
teaches the fundamentals of fielding, catch-
All aspects of volleyball are taught through
drills and exercises that focus on passing,
Cheerleading Camp
Learn the essentials (like proper hand and
ing, throwing, hitting and base running, all in setting, hitting, and serving. This co-ed body movements and jumping techniques)
a fun, positive environment coached by local program is designed for the beginning and to lead crowds and support the home team!
Skyhawks staff. intermediate player developing fundamental Focus is on fun while each cheerleader learns
skills through game-speed drills and daily important life skills such as teambuilding and
Equipment Note: Baseball glove recommended.
scrimmages aimed at developing the whole leadership. Week concludes with a choreo-
Hillview Baseball Field Skyhawks Staff player. graphed performance.
111223-01 6-12yrs
M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-12pm Blach Gym Skyhawks Staff Grant Soccer Field Skyhawks Staff
111223-02 6-12yrs 111273-01 8-14yrs 111229-01 6-12yrs
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-12pm M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-12pm
Residents $185 All Others $220 111273-02 8-14yrs
Residents $185 All Others $220
M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-12pm
111273-03 8-14yrs
Skyhawks Basketball M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12pm Skyhawks Sports
This fun, skill-intensive program is designed Residents $185 All Others $220
for the beginner to intermediate player. Using Extravaganza
our progression curriculum, staff focuses on This action-packed program allows your
the whole player, teaching respect, team- Skyhawks Flag Football child to play all of their favorite games in one
work, and responsibility. An active week of Flag football is the perfect introduction setting. For this program we combine soccer,
passing, shooting, dribbling, and rebounding to "America's Game." Campers learn skills basketball, and playground games such as
makes this one of our most popular programs. on both sides of the football including the dodgeball into one fun-filled session. Funda-
core components of passing, catching, and mentals of teamwork and sportsmanship are
SUMMER Camps
Blach Gym Skyhawks Staff defense--all presented in a fun and positive emphasized.
111225-01 6-12yrs environment. The week ends with the
Equipment Note: Shin guards required. Baseball
M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-3pm Skyhawks Sports Bowl!
glove recommended.
111225-03 6-12yrs Grant Soccer Field Skyhawks Staff
M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-3pm Grant Soccer Field Skyhawks Staff
111224-01 6-12yrs
111225-04 6-12yrs 111227-01 6-12yrs
M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-12pm
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-3pm M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-3pm
111224-02 6-12yrs
Residents $259 All Others $309 Residents $259 All Others $309
M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-12pm
HOLIDAY WEEK CAMP 111224-03 6-12yrs
M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-12pm
Blach Gym Skyhawks Staff
Residents $185 All Others $220
111225-02 6-12yrs
W-F 7/5-7/7 9am-3pm
No class 7/3, 7/4
Residents $169 All Others $201

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NATIONAL ACADEMY
OF ATHLETICS
NEW!
Air Attack Flag Football
Ready to play some football? For experi-
enced and beginners alike, the drills will
emphasize proper conditioning and warm-
ups, footwork drills, agility, passing, receiv-
ing, and game strategies. Campers are
grouped by age and ability to learn appropri-
ate drills, skills, and techniques.

Heritage Oaks Park NAA Staff
113301-01 Full Day 7-13yrs
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-3pm
Residents $251 All Others $299

Heritage Oaks Park NAA Staff
113301-02 Half Day 7-13yrs
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm
Residents $191 All Others $227

NEW!
Hoop it Up Basketball
If you like basketball then you will love our
coed Hoop it Up Camp. Whether you are NEW! NEW!
a beginner or advanced player, come work
on the core fundamental of your game: Junior Academy Run, Pass & Shoot
footwork, passing, ball-handling and defense. Multi Sport Lacrosse
Participants will enjoy fun challenges, games Our program uses FUN to teach problem Beginners through intermediate players will
and daily competitions in a positive and solving skills and the beginning fundamentals improve their skill sets with exceptional
energetic environment. for sports including: throwing, catching, kick- instruction in all aspects of the game.
ing, running, and teamwork. Junior Sports Campers will learn basic skills such as pass-
Egan Gym NAA Staff Academy provides structured simple activi- ing, catching, dodging, and shooting, along
113302-01 7-13yrs ties, individual and team building challenges with rules of the game and essential team
M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-3pm along with simple, small-sided competitions concepts in a fun environment.
113302-03 7-13yrs to develop and engage young athletes. Equipment Note: All equipment provided and
M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-3pm
113302-05 7-13yrs sport is played in a coed, non-contact manner.
Heritage Oaks Park NAA Staff
M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-3pm 113303-01 4-6yrs Heritage Oaks Park NAA Staff
Residents $251 All Others $299 M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-12pm 113305-01 7-13yrs
113303-02 4-6yrs M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-12pm
Egan Gym NAA Staff
M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-12pm Residents $191 All Others $227
113302-02 7-13yrs Residents $191 All Others $227
M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-12pm
113302-04 7-13yrs
M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-12pm NEW!
113302-06 7-13yrs
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M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12pm Hit & Run WEEKL
Residents $191 All Others $227 Baseball/Softball DER
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because each day is filled with fundamental Visit rg
skill progression drills, easy to understand
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instruction, as well as games & competition.
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Hillview Baseball Field NAA Staff
113304-01 7-13yrs
M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-12pm
Residents $191 All Others $227

32 Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 LosAltosRecreation.org
NEW! COACH KEN’S
All Sorts of Sports SOCCER ACADEMY
A great way to introduce your youngsters to For ALL Coach Ken’s Soccer Academy camps:
the world of sports, teamwork, and athletics!
Equipment Note: Shin guards mandatory.
Your child will have a blast playing whiffle
ball, basketball, soccer, flag football, capture Required: Bring lots of water, a snack and
the flag, relay & obstacle races, and a whole lunch; sunscreen recommended. Also, all kids
lot more. get a Coach Ken Soccer Academy jersey!

Heritage Oaks Park NAA Staff Coach Ken's All Day Camp
All day camps are an extension of half day
113306-01 Full Day 6-13yrs
M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-3pm camps. Campers play in their age-group
113306-03 Full Day 6-13yrs until 1pm. Lunch is until 2pm. The afternoon
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-3pm program offers extra training: polishing skills
Residents $251 All Others $299 learned in half day camp and new skills such
as bonus moves, goal keeping, and juggling.
Heritage Oaks Park NAA Staff
113306-02 Half Day 6-13yrs Hillview Soccer Field Coach Ken’s Staff
M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-12pm 111268-01 6-12yrs
113306-04 Half Day 6-13yrs M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-4pm
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12pm 111268-02 6-12yrs
Residents $191 All Others $227 M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-4pm
111268-03 6-12yrs
M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-4pm
BASKETBALL CAMP 111268-04 6-12yrs
NEW! SOCCER M-F
111268-05
7/17-7/21 9am-4pm
6-12yrs
Rebound Basketball Camp KIDZ LOVE SOCCER (KLS) M-F
111268-06
7/31-8/4 9am-4pm
6-12yrs
Basketball Camp emphasizes basketball skills
M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-4pm
through fun activities and games at the end KLS Summer Soccer Camps Residents $352 All Others $420
of the day. Campers should wear appropriate Learn and practice soccer skills including:
sport clothing and bring snacks and water. dribbling, passing, receiving and shooting.
Note: Each participant receives participation More experienced players will work on devel- Coach Ken's
ribbon. oping advanced dribbling moves and team
tactics such as possession and combination
Half Day Camp
Egan Gym Minzer Kids are divided by age into small groups:
play. The week's fun culminates in an age- 4-5, 6-7, 8-9 and 10-12 years. Age appropri-
153307-02 5-14yrs appropriate "World Cup" tournament. ate ball skills and agility taught by profes-
M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-12:30pm Bonus: Each child will receive a KLS jersey
153307-04 5-14yrs sional coaches in a fun, positive environment.
and soccer ball! Kids get a 30-minute snack break. Kids 4-5
M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-12:30pm
153307-05 5-14yrs Required: Bring a full water bottle and a healthy years play soccer 'til 11:30am, followed by
M-F 8/14-8/18 9am-12:30pm snack. All participants must wear shin guards; supervised fun activities 'til 1:00pm.
Residents $195 All Others $232 soccer shoes and sunscreen are recommended.
Hillview Soccer Field Coach Ken’s Staff
HOLIDAY WEEK CAMP Rosita Park KLS Staff 111263-01 4-12yrs
Egan Gym Minzer 111212-01 4.5-6yrs M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-1pm
153307-03 5-14yrs M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12pm 111263-02 4-12yrs
W-F 7/5-7/7 9am-12:30pm 111212-02 7-8yrs M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-1pm
M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12pm 111263-03 4-12yrs
Residents $125 All Others $148
Residents $139 All Others $165 M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-1pm
111263-04 4-12yrs
M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-1pm
111263-05 4-12yrs
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-1pm
111263-06 4-12yrs
M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-1pm
Residents $212 All Others $252
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TENNIS Junior League Team Tennis Tennis Youth Camps
This camp provides excellent instruction, Our popular tennis camps emphasize stroke
WHITLINGER/SARSFIELD extensive practice and exciting match play FUNdamentals with dynamic games and
TENNIS for Intermediate and High Intermediate
juniors, ages 10-15. Juniors, who will be
exciting drills. Each camp will have the
appropriate court size and tennis balls for
whitlingersarsfieldtennis.com
16yrs or older by August 1 of this year and/or their age group. Two courts grouped by abil-
For ALL Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis classes:
achieved a top 50 USTA 14/16 division rating ity, novice to low intermediate. Please sign
Equipment Note: Bring a racquet to all classes! are ineligible. Match play will be Fridays vs. up early.
Rain Policy: In case of rain, contact Recreation other local teams.
& Community Services at 947-2790, Monday- MarymeadeTennis Courts 2/3
Bonus: Fee includes team tennis shirt. Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis Staff
Friday, 8am-5pm, within an hour before
scheduled starting time for class status. If at Equipment Note: Please bring one unopened 111213-01 5-7yrs
any time the instructor is absent, report to the can of tennis balls to the first day of practice. M-Th 6/12-6/15 9:30-10:30am
next scheduled lesson for make-up date. No QUARTERFINALS: 111213-03 5-7yrs
postponement announcement will be initiated FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1:30-3:30PM. LOCATION M-Th 6/19-6/22 9:30-10:30am
by the instructor or by Recreation & Community TBA. 111213-05 5-7yrs
Services. M-Th 6/26-6/29 9:30-10:30am
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUNDS: 111213-07 5-7yrs
TBA M-F 7/3-7/7 9:30-10:30am
No class 7/4
Los Altos High School Courts 9-12 111213-09 5-7yrs
Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis Staff M-Th 8/7-8/10 9:30-10:30am
111214-01 10-15yrs 111213-11 5-7yrs
M/W/F 6/19-8/4 1:30-3pm M-Th 8/14-8/17 9:30-10:30am
No class 7/7 111213-02 8-10yrs
Residents $225 All Others $268 M-Th 6/12-6/15 10:30am-12pm
SUMMER Camps

111213-04 8-10yrs
M-Th 6/19-6/22 10:30am-12pm
111213-10 8-10yrs
M-Th 8/7-8/10 10:30am-12pm
111213-06 10-14yrs
M-Th 6/26-6/29 10:30am-12pm
111213-08 10-14yrs
M-F 7/3-7/7 10:30am-12pm
No class 7/4
111213-12 10-14yrs
M-Th 8/14-8/17 10:30am-12pm
Residents $89 All Others $105

34 Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 LosAltosRecreation.org
WATER SPORTS Paddle Sports Day Camp Windsurfing & Sailing
SHORELINE AQUATIC
Campers will learn paddle and boating skills
required to master a wide range of paddle
Camp: Level 1
Hands-on course to introduce students to the
CENTER sports. Throughout this week-long camp,
campers will work with kayaks, canoes and
fundamentals of both windsurfing and sailing,
3160 N Shoreline Blvd, Mtn View two fulfilling and rewarding lifetime sports.
shorelinelake.com stand up paddleboards. The Olympic sport Daily exercises conducted in a supportive
965-7474 of kayak polo will also be introduced. learning environment by our talented and
For ALL Shoreline Aquatic Center camps: Note: Lunch provided by Shoreline Aquatic well-qualified instructors will progressively
Equipment Notes: 1. Comfortable clothes, Center with this camp. develop each essential skill.
a bathing suit, a jacket or fleece, a towel, lots
of sun protection, a lanyard to secure glasses, Shoreline Aquatic Center SAC Staff Shoreline Aquatic Center SAC Staff
a bottle of water, and non-skid/non-marking 111290-01 8-14yrs 111201-01 9-15yrs
shoes to wear while on the boats and M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-12:30pm M-F 6/12-6/16 9am-2pm
boards. (We will get WET – tennis shoes, 111290-02 8-14yrs 111201-02 9-15yrs
aqua socks, or Teva sandals are ideal!) M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-12:30pm M-F 6/19-6/23 9am-2pm
111290-03 8-14yrs 111201-03 9-15yrs
No flip-flops allowed.
M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-12:30pm M-F 6/26-6/30 9am-2pm
Notes: 1. Students should be at ease swimming 111290-04 8-14yrs 111201-04 9-15yrs
and treading water. 2. Please bring a M-F 7/3-7/7 9am-12:30pm M-F 7/3-7/7 9am-2pm
snack or extra money daily. Daily lunch pass 111290-05 8-14yrs 111201-05 9-15yrs
available for purchase first day of camp M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-12:30pm M-F 7/10-7/14 9am-2pm
($40 per week.) Exception: Paddle Sports Day 111290-06 8-14yrs 111201-06 9-15yrs
Camp (Lunch is provided for this camp.) M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-12:30pm M-F 7/17-7/21 9am-2pm
3. Extended care available. Call 965-7474 for 111290-07 8-14yrs 111201-07 9-15yrs
details. (Before and aftercare: $150 per week.) M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-12:30pm M-F 7/24-7/28 9am-2pm
111290-08 8-14yrs 111201-08 9-15yrs
M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-12:30pm M-F 7/31-8/4 9am-2pm
Camp Shoreline 111290-09 8-14yrs 111201-09 9-15yrs
Spend the morning learning to kayak, canoe, M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-12:30pm M-F 8/7-8/11 9am-2pm
row, and pedal boat on the 50-acre Shoreline Residents $362 All Others $432 Residents $427 All Others $510
Lake, amidst a wildlife sanctuary nestled in
the heart of Silicon Valley. Afternoons will be
spent playing games, hiking, birdwatching,
Windsurfing & Sailing
or participating in craft activities. Camp: Level 2
Step up the performance during a week of
Shoreline Aquatic Center SAC Staff
refining your windsurfing and sailing skills!
111240-01 5-11yrs
Challenge yourself - wind conditions will be
M-F 6/12-6/16 10am-3pm
stronger for this level. Hone your skills with
111240-02 5-11yrs
M-F 6/19-6/23 10am-3pm our team of certified advanced instructors
111240-03 5-11yrs and start racing.
M-F 6/26-6/30 10am-3pm Prerequisite: Windsurfing and Sailing:
111240-04 5-11yrs Level 1 or equivalent
M-F 7/3-7/7 10am-3pm
111240-05 5-11yrs Shoreline Aquatic Center SAC Staff
M-F 7/10-7/14 10am-3pm 111220-01 9-15yrs
111240-06 5-11yrs M-F 6/12-6/16 11:30am-4:30pm
M-F 7/17-7/21 10am-3pm 111220-02 9-15yrs
Residents $387 All Others $462 M-F 6/19-6/23 11:30am-4:30pm
111220-03 9-15yrs
M-F 6/26-6/30 11:30am-4:30pm
111220-04 9-15yrs
M-F 7/3-7/7 11:30am-4:30pm
111220-05 9-15yrs
TEE M-F 7/10-7/14 11:30am-4:30pm
PROG N 111220-06 9-15yrs
RAM M-F
111220-07
7/17-7/21 11:30am-4:30pm
9-15yrs
SUMMER Camps
Turn M-F 7/24-7/28 11:30am-4:30pm
page to 111220-08 9-15yrs
s 48-
for th 49 M-F
111220-09
7/31-8/4 11:30am-4:30pm
9-15yrs
activi e late
ties a st M-F 8/7-8/11 11:30am-4:30pm

for o n d i
Residents $442 All Others $528
ur tee nfo
ns!

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ADULT SPRING Classes
ARTS & CRAFTS Watercolor Workshop
Join us in an exploration of the delightful
iPAD ART
An exciting class that empowers students to
and challenging world of outdoor painting. use their iPads creatively by teaching them
WATERCOLOR We’ll start with an orientation and a short to use apps to create art, books and even 3D
demonstration of the differences of plein sculptures! The 11:00am-12:30pm class is
Watercolor with Confidence air and studio painting. Individual coach- for beginners (no prior experience needed),
Focusing on the joy of watercolor painting ing provided and sharing with peers. Some while the earlier class (9:30-11:00am) is for
for all levels. Beginners will be introduced to experiences in watercolor painting preferred those who have attained some rudimentary
basic concepts and techniques; experienced but not required. skill with the iPad art apps used in the class.
painters will work at their own pace on
Equipment Note: Must bring own iPad with
subjects of their choice. Class includes short Registration Note: Bring lunch. Supplies list sent
iOS7 or higher and download Paper 53,
demonstrations, lectures and one-on-one in advance. Painters meet at the location
Procreate and Snapseed.
coaching.
Palo Alto Baylands Olsen Note: Printing fees required for 3D printing as
Equipment Note: Supply list will be sent out 430510-01 18+yrs prearranged with instructor.
prior to start of class; painters should bring Thu/Fri 4/13-4/14 9am-3pm Prerequisite: The 9:30-11am class requires the
them to first class. Residents $107 All Others $126 student has knowledge of use of iPad art apps
Hillview Rm 13 Olsen or has attended the introductory class.
430514-01 18+yrs Registration Note: Register for the session
Fri 4/21-6/9 10am-1pm (outlined below) or drop-ins also welcome:
Residents $136* All Others $161* $25 for residents; $30 for all others.)
*Materials fee of $5 due first day.
Hillview Rm 18 Mustard
430525-01 18+yrs
Fri 4/21-5/26 11am-12:30pm
430525-02 18+yrs
Fri 4/21-5/26 9:30-11am
Residents $137* All Others $162*
*Materials fee of $20 due first day. This is in
addition to any seprate printing fees noted
above.

SEWING BY MACHINE
Learn machine sewing techniques. Create
new projects each session, actual projects
from large fashion, small projects, and/or
alterations and repairs. Make sample note-
book to keep. Lots of individual instruction.
Equipment Note: Computerized machines and
all materials provided excluding large project
fabric.

Hillview Rm 2 Nelson
ADULT SPRING Classes

450605-01 8+yrs*
Wed 4/19-6/7 4:30-6:30pm
450605-02 8+yrs*
Wed 4/19-6/7 6:45-8:45pm
Residents $227** All Others $270**
*Originally listed in the youth section, these
classes are suitable for adults (18+yrs) too.
**Materials fee of $25 due first day.

36 Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 LosAltosRecreation.org
Belly Dance:
Intermediate/Advanced
This class prepares dancers to perform for an
audience, focusing on precision, musicality,
and expression, as well as performer etiquette.
The last class serves as a recital where students
demonstrate their new skills. It's a hafla - a
belly dance party!

Prerequisite: Beginning Belly Dance or teacher
approval.

Hillview Rm 4 Rawiyah
430236-01 12+yrs
Wed 4/19-6/7 8-9pm
Residents $72 All Others $84

HALPER’S FITNESS
fitnesshalpers.com
479-5955

Bodyweight Boot Camp
If you are ready to shed some pounds, in-
crease lean muscle mass and improve overall
fitness, then gather up some friends: our
Bodyweight Boot Camps are perfect for you.
Equipment Note: Please bring yoga mat.

Los Altos Hills Council Chambers
Halper

DANCE
431041-01 18+yrs
Ballroom & Latin Dance: Mon/Wed 5/1-5/31 6-7am
Intermediate Residents $172 All Others $205

& FITNESS This class is for people who already know
how to dance the ballroom and Latin dances!
Hillview MPR
431041-02
Halper
18+yrs
Focus is on technique, proper footwork, Mon/Wed 5/1-5/31 8:45-9:45am
BALLROOM DANCE posture and learning new intermediate level Residents $172 All Others $205
dance steps.
Equipment Note for ALL Ballroom Dance classes:
Please wear non-stick shoes. LAYC Minev Fitness for Seniors
Ballroom & Latin Dance: 430239-01
Thu
18+yrs
4/20-6/1 7:45-8:30pm
Having balance issues? Afraid of falling?
Feeling weak and lacking energy? Come on
Beginner Residents $138 All Others $164 down and have some fun listening to music
Ballroom dancing produces significant mental and getting fit with friends. This is a class
and physical health benefits: it relieves stress,
stimulates the brain, builds confidence, all
BELLY DANCE that involves basic everyday movements to
improve range of motion, flexibility, muscle
while toning the whole body! For this session, WITH RAWIYAH strength, and balance.
we'll concentrate on the waltz, tango, rumba,
cha cha, East Coast swing and Latin dances. Belly Dance: Beginning Equipment Note: Resistance band, Pilates ball,
and your choice of dumbbell weight between

ADULT SPRING Classes
An introduction of classic movements, music
LAYC Minev 1-10lbs required.
and rhythms of the Middle East. Have fun
430202-01 18+yrs dancing while learning to identify and isolate Los Altos Hills Council Chambers
Thu 4/20-6/1 7-7:45pm muscle groups and use finger cymbals (zills). Halper
Residents $138 All Others $164 This low-impact workout welcomes all abili- 441042-01 55+yrs
ties and body types. Mon/Wed 5/1-5/31 11:45am-12:45pm
Required: 1. Wear comfortable clothing, a hip Residents $172 All Others $205
wrap and dance slippers. 2. Finger cymbals
(zills) required; information regarding purchase
given at first class.

Hillview Rm 4 Rawiyah
430208-01 12+yrs
Wed 4/19-6/7 7-8pm
Residents $72 All Others $84

Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 947-2790 37
JACKI SORENSEN’S
STRONGSTEP
Jacki’s StrongStep is an easy-to-follow, low
impact workout to motivating music that
incorporates aerobics, strength training, ab
work, and stretching. Participate at your own
level.
E0quipment Note: Bring mat or towel for floor
work. Steps provided.
New Student Note: Arrive early for your first
class to meet the instructor and set your personal
fitness goals. Call 961-5411 for more info.

Hillview Social Hall Franich
No code required 18+yrs
Mon/Wed on-going 8:30-9:30am
Register at class; 10 classes for $65
First week FREE!

JAZZERCISE®
Jazzercise
JAZZERCISE is a 60-minute class incorporat-
ing cardio, strength and stretch moves for a
total body workout. We’ve taken moves from
hip-hop, yoga, Pilates, kickboxing, and resis-
tance training and bundled them into one
hour. All ages, levels and sizes welcome.
New Student Note: Try Jazzercise on us!
Come in and receive a free week pass!
Georgi Shea . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .941-3141
Jerome Flowers . . . . . . . . . . . . (408) 279-5277
Jazzercise: Body Sculpting LINE DANCING
Nicole Brekke . . . . . . . . . . . . . (408) 773-8660 Tone your muscles and strengthen your body Step right up! An easy way to get some
Nisa Leone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(408) 505-2048 with this class. Although there are no fast healthy exercise and have fun keeping fit.
moving dance steps, you will still increase The warm camaraderie, great music and
JAZZERCISE IS AN ON-GOING PROGRAM.
your heart rate in this class. For beginners good workout will keep you high stepping
REGISTER AT CLASS, ANYTIME!
and advanced participants. Workouts modi- all week. Call Richard Campbell at
LAYC Brekke fied to each ability level. (408)377-6978 with questions.
No code required 18+yrs Registration Note: Register for the month
M/W/F on-going 9:15-10:15am BODY SCULPTING IS AN ON-GOING CLASS.
REGISTER AT CLASS, ANYTIME! or drop ins welcome: $6 for Senior Program
members; $8 for all others. Register for drop ins
LAYC Flowers Equipment Note: Please bring a mat and before each class at the Senior Center.
No code required 18+yrs water bottle.
Tue/Thu on-going 9:15-10:15am Hillview Social Hall Campbell
No code required 18+yrs Grant MPR Leone 645511-04 18+yrs
Sat on-going 9-10am No code required 18+yrs Tue 4/18-4/25 1-2pm
Tue/Thu on-going 10:15-11:15am Senior Program Members $12
Blach Gym Shea $45 per class - for one or two participants All Others $16*
No code required 18+yrs $25 per class - for 3 or more participants
ADULT SPRING Classes

Mon/Wed on-going 6-7pm Hillview Social Hall Campbell
No code required 18+yrs 645511-05 18+yrs
Tue/Thu on-going 6:30-7:30pm Tue 5/2-5/30 1-2pm
No code required 18+yrs Senior Program Members $30
Sat on-going 8:30-9:30am All Others $40*
*For Senior Program membership info, plus all
Grant MPR Leone
our Senior Program offerings, please see pg. 46.
No code required 18+yrs
M/Tu/Th on-going 9-10am
No code required 18+yrs
Sun on-going 8:30-9:30am

38 Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 LosAltosRecreation.org
STRETCH & FLEX YOGA Yoga-Pilates Combo Class
Lengthen and strengthen in this class. Tone Through a series of Pilates and yoga exer-
your muscles and improve range of motion in YOGA FOR ADULTS cises, students will strengthen their abdomi-
your joints. Hatha yoga encourages healing of the body nals, build core stability, improve posture and
Equipment Note: Bring a mat to each class. by releasing physical, mental and emotional alignment, increase flexibility, mobilize the
tension. It also promotes strength and flex- spine, stretch, and release tension through-
Hillview Social Hall Beltran ibility. These beginning and intermediate out the body.
645108-03 50+yrs classes offer instruction based on the teach-
Equipment Note: Bring a yoga mat and towel
Tue/Thu 4/18-6/8 8-9am ing of BKS Iyengar in asana practice, breath-
and wear loose clothing.
No class 5/30 ing techniques and end with deep relaxation.
Senior Program Members $50 Shoup Park Garden House Bousso
Equipment Note: Yoga sticky mat, thick towel
All Others $66* 431706-01 18+yrs
or blanket required. Wear comfortable clothes.
*For Senior Program membership info, plus all Wed 4/19-6/7 10:45-11:45am
our Senior Program offerings, please see pg. 46. Hillview Rm 4 Graul 431706-02 18+yrs
431702-01 Beginning 18+yrs Fri 4/21-6/9 9:40-10:40am
CROSS TRAINING Thu 4/20-6/1 6-7:15pm
Residents $84 All Others $94
Residents $111 All Others $131

WITH TEAM FITNESS
teamfitness.com Hillview Rm 4 Graul
431702-02 Continuing 18+yrs
Geared for beginner to well-conditioned
Mon 4/17-6/5 6-7:30pm
athletes, each one-hour class varies training
No class 5/29
elements for complete fitness. Indoors and
Residents $84 All Others $94
outdoors, we integrate weights, agilities,
sprints, power walking, flexibility, ropes,
sports, and lots of fun. Join us for a free trial
week.
New Student Note: For new members,
April through June: get your first two months at
50% off.
Registration Note: To set up your first visit,
call or email Team Fitness staff at
(877) 751-5100, x3 or
tomgordon@teamfitness.com.

Blach Gym Team Fit Staff
No code required coed class 18+yrs
M/W/F on-going 6-7am
No code required coed class 18+yrs
Tue/Thu on-going 6-7am
No code required men’s basketball 18+yrs
Sat on-going 6-7am
No code required coed class 18+yrs
Sat on-going 7-8am

Egan Gym Team Fit Staff
No code required coed class 18+yrs YOGA WITH MIKI Dance-Yoga-Pilates
M/W/F on-going 6-7am Certified Yoga Therapist Enjoy this fun workout: 25 minutes low
yogawithmiki.ca.nf impact dance based on yoga, tai-chi, tae
kwon do, jazz, and world dance. (No dance
Gentle Yoga experience necessary.) Then to the mat for

ADULT SPRING Classes
for a Healthy Spine yoga-Pilates to strengthen the abs, build core
This class focuses on increasing flexibility, stability, and improve posture.
mobilizing and strengthening the spine, Equipment Note: Please bring yoga mat and
releasing tension, toning the core, and towel.
achieving a sense of well-being. You will leave
class feeling relaxed and energized. Suitable Shoup Park Garden House Bousso
for beginners. 431716-01 18+yrs
Fri 4/21-6/9 9:15-10:40am
Equipment Note: Bring a yoga mat and towel
Residents $146 All Others $173
and wear loose clothing.

Shoup Park Garden House Bousso
431707-01 16+yrs
Mon 4/17-6/5 9:15-10:15am
431707-02 16+yrs
Wed 4/19-6/7 9:30-10:30am
Residents $111 All Others $131

Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 947-2790 39
MOJGANI YOGA SPECIAL
INTEREST
Equipment Note For ALL Mojgani Yoga classes:
Please bring yoga mat.

Pilates Yoga Combo:
Small Ball & Band FAMILY FRIENDS
Through a series of mat Pilates using small ADOBE DOG TRAINING
training ball and stretch band, strengthen
your abdominal and core muscles. With
balancing and yoga exercises and correct
Dog Obedience
For dogs five months of age or older. Intro-
breathing technique improve your flexibility,
duces basic and intermediate dog-training
correct your posture and release tension
skills. Content includes discussions on
throughout the body. Class is designed for
responsible dog ownership in today's society.
all levels.
All work will be done on lead unless prior
Hillview Rm 4 Mojgani approval is received from instructor.
431717-01 18+yrs Equipment Notes: 1. Flat buckle collar. (Other
Tue 4/18-5/23 9-10am collar choices may be approved by instruc-
Residents $72 All Others $84 tor.) 2. Six-foot lead/leash of fabric or leather.
No retractable leashes. 3. Do not feed dog on
Pilates Yoga Combo: morning of class; bring lots of small, tasty treats
(or a favorite toy) to reward your dog at class.
Mat Pilates with Gym Ball JUJITSU Prerequisite for Advanced class: Must have
Strengthen deep abdominal muscles through For beginning and advanced students. successfully completed the beginner class.
mat Pilates techniques using gym ball for Through a unique and supportive teaching
better balance, ease of movement and style, students will learn punching, kicking,
BEGINNER CLASS
healthy back. Learn how to safely stretch throwing, falling, grappling, and real world,
using relaxation and breathing techniques to Hillview Baseball Field
practical self-defense techniques. Join this Adobe Dog Training Staff
release areas of excess tension. Class is exciting class and improve your self-con-
designed for beginners and to challenge 430837-01 18+yrs
fidence, condition your physical self and Wed 4/19-5/24 10:15-11:15am
those with more experience. develop a positive self-image. Residents $92 All Others $108
Hillview Social Hall Mojgani Grant Park MPR Gearhart ADVANCED CLASS
431718-01 18+yrs 431101-01 16+yrs
Thu 4/20-5/25 9-10am Mon/Thu 4/17-6/8 7:30-9pm Hillview Baseball Field
Residents $72 All Others $84 No class 5/29 Adobe Dog Training Staff
Residents $158 All Others $187 430801-01 18+yrs
Wed 4/19-5/24 9-10am

MARTIAL ARTS Residents $92 All Others $108

TAI CHI FOR LIFE!
Learn new ways to RELAX, REVITALIZE and
HAVE FUN. Tai chi is a mindful, internal
martial art that flows in gentle and slow
whole body movements. It promotes health,
balance, flexibility, strength, and clarity.
Registration Note: Register for the quarter or
drop ins welcome: $10 for Senior Program
ADULT SPRING Classes

members; $12 for all others. Register for drop
ins before each class at the Senior Center.

Hillview Rm 4 Scheer
645534-02 50+yrs
Tue 4/18-6/6 11:45am-12:45pm
Senior Program Members $69
All Others $82*
*For Senior Program membership info, plus all
our Senior Program offerings, please see pg. 46.

40 Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 LosAltosRecreation.org
BACKYARD CHICKENS
clorofil.org

Before Having Chickens
Thinking of having pet chickens? Don't know
if they are right for you? This class will show
you what is involved in keeping them in your
backyard, and teach you the basic require-
ments like housing, food and maintenance.

Hillview Rm 2 Cnudde
430862-01 18+yrs
Tue 4/18 7-9pm
Residents $42 All Others $48

After Having Chickens!
You have pet chickens and want to learn how
to keep them happy and healthy. This class
will show you how to enrich your backyard,
introduce new chickens to your flock, do
health checks, and treat some common inju-
ries and illnesses.

Hillview Rm 2 Cnudde
430863-01 18+yrs Rejuvenate Your Retirement HEALTH & SAFETY
Tue 5/16 7-9pm This unique and comprehensive course
Residents $42 All Others $48 focuses on the issues and concepts important WELARATNA’S CLASSES
to retirees. In straightforward language,

FINANCIAL explained are financial strategies such as tax Keep Your Brain Alive!
efficient income planning, lifestyle preserva- Whether we are 25 or 85, neuroscientists find
RETIREMENT MATTERS tion, inflation protection, and providing a
legacy. Includes 143-page workbook.
we can grow new neurons and overcome
absent mindedness, remember people’s
names, quickly recall information for work,
Passport to Retirement Hillview Rm 2 Evans school, and other needs. This class teaches
Learn how to calculate how much money 430824-01 60+yrs fun and creative recall strategies to grow
you'll need, make the most of your current Wed 5/10-5/17 1-3:30pm those new neurons!
resources, select the appropriate pension 430824-02 60+yrs
options, get a higher return on your invest- Mon 5/15-5/22 10am-12:30pm Hillview Rm 18 Welaratna
ments, and "inflation-proof" your income. Residents $54* All Others $63* 450861-01 18+yrs
Other topics include Social Security, long- *Spouse/guest may attend at no charge. Thu 4/20-5/25 10am-12pm
term care and lifestyle issues. Residents $212* All Others $252*
Hillview Rm 2 Evans GAMES WE PLAY! *Materials fee of $12 due first day.

431801-01
Tue 5/9-5/23 6:30-9pm
40+yrs
INTERMEDIATE BRIDGE Mindfulness Meditation
Residents $75* All Others $88* This year-round class teaches only intermedi- As proven by neuroscientists, Mindfulness
*Spouse/guest may attend at no charge. ate social (party) bridge. It helps players to Meditation rewires our neural pathways so

ADULT SPRING Classes
advance their skills at both bidding and play- we relate to ourselves and others calmly, non-
Hillview Rm 16 Evans ing. Lessons assume basic bridge knowledge judgmentally, compassionately. Result? A life
431801-02 40+yrs including evaluation of hands and ordinary of balance, peace, happiness, contentment,
Thu 5/18-6/1 6:30-9pm hand bidding. Classes include a one-hour increased concentration and productivity.
Residents $75* All Others $88* lecture, followed by student play. Greater stress resilience, empathy, sense of
*Spouse/guest may attend at no charge. Registration Note: Register for the quarter or well-being. Come and see!
drop ins are welcome: $5 for Senior Program Equipment Note: 1. Chairs are available but if
members; $7 for all others. Register for drop you feel comfortable sitting on the floor, please
ins before each class at the Senior Center. bring a cushion. 2. Wear comfortable clothing.
Hillview Rm 12 Plutynski
Hillview Rm 13 Welaratna
645530-02 50+yrs
450822-01 18+yrs
Thu 4/20-6/8 9:15am-12pm
Mon 4/17-6/5 10am-12pm
Senior Program Members $37
No class 5/29
All Others $44*
Residents $196* All Others $233*
*For Senior Program membership info, plus all
*Materials fee of $30 due first day.
our Senior Program offerings, please see pg. 46.

Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Spring 2017 947-2790 41
MUSIC SPORTS EQUESTRIAN
TACO ZURAEK STABLES
(TERRIBLE ADULT CHAMBER ORCHESTRA) ARCHERY 11854 Page Mill Rd, Los Altos Hills
(408) 460-7226
TACO is an orchestra for the rest of us, a
ROAN ARCHERY
monthly gathering of adults who want to
play music together in a relaxed, sociable
The archery classes in this program are Western Horseback
setting.
designed to help students learn and develop
their archery skills. Instructor Ray Roan has
Riding Lessons
Passionate about horses? Come fulfill your
Equipment Note: Must bring own instrument practiced archery for over 30 years and has dreams! Scheduled visit includes grooming,
and stand. been teaching for more than 25 years. tacking and riding lesson. Trail rides and
Required: Please contact the director before the Equipment Note: Basic archery equipment will arena work available. All level riders are
first class at tacosv.com. be provided. welcome. Lessons are private and average
LAYC Humphers-Smith 1.5 hours; group lessons can be arranged.
430111-01 18+yrs
Archery 1 Equipment Notes: Boots and long pants
Sun 4/30 2-5pm Participants will learn the technique of shoot- required. Helmets provided. (Boots may
430111-02 18+yrs ing a bow, as well as the names for each of possibly be supplied depending on size:
Sun 5/28 2-5pm the parts of the bow and arrow. This safe and inquire at registration.)
430111-03 18+yrs fun class allows each individual to focus on
Registration Note: To set up your session, call
Sun 6/25 2-5pm their accomplishments.
instructor Kristen Zuraek at (408) 460-7226.
Residents & All Others $10 RWG Field Roan
410918-01 7-17yrs* Zuraek Stables Zuraek
LAYC Humphers-Smith
Thu 4/20-6/8 4-5pm No code required 10+yrs
430111-04 18+yrs By appointment only: call to set up
410918-02 7-17yrs*
Sun 4/30, 5/28, 6/25 2-5pm
Fri 4/21-6/9 4-5pm Residents $81 All Others $95
Residents & All Others $25
Residents $251 All Others $299
*Originally listed in the youth section, these
VARIOUS classes are suitable for adults (18+yrs) too.

FOREIGN AFFAIRS Archery 2
The U.S. today must lead in a hazardous, This class is a continuation for those who are
close-knit world. Working within our ready to move on to the next level (contact
democratic system, we must produce foreign Ray Roan via the Recreation & Community
policies appropriate to situations that develop Services Office to see if you qualify), or for
quickly. Class will discuss foreign policy those who have been shooting archery for at
process, global economies, and the constant least one year. The focus of this class will be
threat of terrorism and disasters. to refine shooting form.

Hillview Rm 18 Raymond RWG Field Roan
645543-03 18+yrs 410938-01 8+yrs*
Fri 4/14-6/30 10am-12pm Thu 4/20-6/8 5-6pm
Senior Program Members $61 Residents $251 All Others $299
All Others $81* *Originally listed in the youth section, this class
*For Senior Program membership info, plus all is suitable for adults (18+yrs) too.
our Senior Program offerings, please see pg 46.

Archery 3
This class is for those who have been taking
archery classes for at least four years and
ADULT SPRING Classes

want to further refine their shooting skills.

RWG Field Roan
410939-01 9+yrs*
Fri 4/21-6/9 5-6pm
Residents $251 All Others $299
*Originally listed in the youth section, this class
is suitable for adults (18+yrs) too.

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ICE SKATING
NAZARETH ICE OASIS
3140 Bay Rd, Redwood City

Adult Ice Skating
Ice skating is a confidence-building sport that
is challenging and rewarding. These classes
will give you a fun introduction to basic ice
skating skills, including skating forward, back-
ward and stopping.

Registration Note: Skate rental and 30-minute
practice time immediately following lesson
included in fee.
Required: 1. Please arrive 15 minutes before
class begins. 2. Bring warm clothing and mit-
tens/gloves.

Nazareth Ice Oasis NIO Staff
430903-01 15+yrs
Sat 4/29-6/10 11-11:30am
No class 5/27
Residents $157 All Others $186

GOLF Golf for Women SOCCER
Ladies, come join a class of all women to
DEEP CLIFF GOLF learn the skills of putting, chipping, pitching, COACH KEN’S
10700 Clubhouse Ln, Cupertino and full swing. This is a really fun class for WOMEN SOCCER
new golfers, as well as for those who want to This program provides an innovative way for
For ALL Deep Cliff Golf classes: improve their skills. Meet new friends as you women to learn and play the game of soccer
Equipment Note: Golf clubs provided; however, play. Rules and etiquette are also covered. while achieving their fitness goals in a fun,
if you have your own clubs, please bring them. social environment, among friends. Beginners
Weather Policy: We make every effort to hold Deep Cliff Golf Course Deep Cliff Staff and former players who are looking to rejoin
our classes with consideration for participant 430915-01 18+yrs and enjoy the game are welcome.
comfort. Decisions as to whether a class will Sat 5/6-5/27 10-11:30am
Equipment Note: Shin guards and water are
take place or not will be made one hour Residents $157 All Others $186
mandatory.
before the scheduled start time. Registrants
may call Deep Cliff Golf Course directly at Hillview Soccer Field Mburu
(408)253-5357 within one hour of class for 430929-01 18+yrs
updates and rescheduling. Rescheduling is done Thu 4/20-6/8 9:30am-1:45pm
at the instructor's discretion. Residents $162 All Others $192

Adult Golf
This class emphasizes building good funda-
mentals. Focus is on the four basic swings of
golf. Beginner to intermediate, we invite you
to come jump-start your golf career or move
your golf game forward.

ADULT SPRING Classes
Deep Cliff Golf Course Deep Cliff Staff
430914-01 18+yrs
Mon/Thu 4/17-4/27 6-7:30pm
430914-02 18+yrs
Mon/Thu 5/8-5/18 6:30-8pm
Residents $157 All Others $186

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TENNIS Adult Novice Tennis Adult High Intermediate
WHITLINGER/SARSFIELD
Develop the essential techniques with
emphasis on control, depth and direction.
Tennis
For NTRP 3.0-3.5 players. Refine techniques
TENNIS Lessons will also incorporate rules, etiquette
and basic doubles play.
and shot selection with competitive drills.
whitlingersarsfield.com Class will cover intermediate-to-advanced
Los Altos High School Courts 11/12 strategy tactics.
Enjoy group lessons with top-flight instruc-
Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis Staff
tion from the staff of Stanford University Hall Marymeade Tennis Courts 2/3
430948-01 15+yrs
of Famer John Whitlinger and USPTA Pro Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis Staff
Sat 4/15-5/20 9-10am
Tom Sarsfield. Adult classes of 3-8 students 430902-01 15+yrs
Residents $89 All Others $105
will consist of six or eight hours of instruc- Tue/Thu 4/18-5/4 7:30-8:30pm
tion. Classes of two students will be convert- Marymeade Tennis Courts 2/3 430902-02 15+yrs
ed into four lessons. Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis Staff Tue/Thu 5/16-6/1 7:30-8:30pm
For ALL Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis classes: 430948-02 15+yrs Residents $89 All Others $105
Equipment Note: Bring a racquet to all classes! Wed 4/19-5/24 10-11am
Residents $89 All Others $105
Make-up Policy: Make ups will only be given Individual Tennis Lessons
on those occasions when inclement weather or Personal and semi-private lessons
an instructor’s absence requires that a class be Adult Low Intermediate (1-4 players) taught by the staff of Stanford
canceled. Unless notified to the contrary, make-
up lessons will be forwarded to the next normal
Tennis University Hall of Famer John Whitlinger and
Stanford/USPTA Professional Tom Sarsfield.
For players (National Tennis Rating Program/
meeting day and time. However, Fridays (for
NTRP 2.5-3.0) who are consistent on slow- For lessons at Marymeade Park,
weekday lessons) or Sundays (for Saturday Courts 2/3:
to-medium paced shots but need to develop
lessons) may be used at the instructor’s discre-
more spin, power, and/or variety. Basic to Francois Chan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 345-8768
tion.
advanced shots, strategy, and tactics will be James Knofler . . . . . . . . . . . . .(408)410-0434
Rain Policy: In case of rain, contact
introduced and reinforced by performance- For lessons at Rosita & McKenzie Parks,
Recreation & Community Services at 947-2790,
enhancing drills. Court 1:
Monday - Friday, 8am-5pm, within an hour
David Panconi . . . . . . . . . . . (408) 893-1405
before scheduled starting time for class status. Marymeade Tennis Courts 2/3 Sharon Lamond . . . . . . . . . . (408) 712-7361
For evening or weekend classes, check with Whitlinger/Sarsfield Tennis Staff James Knofler . . . . . . . . . . . . (408) 410-0434
the instructor at the court. If at any time the 430949-01 15+yrs For lessons at Montclaire Park, Court 1:
instructor is absent, report to the next sched- Tue/Thu 4/18-5/4 6:30-7:30pm
uled lesson for makeup date. No postponement 430949-02 15+yrs Joe Bassi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 576-0988
announcement will be initiated by the instructor Wed 4/19-5/24 11am-12pm
or by Recreation & Community Services. 430949-03 15+yrs Hourly Rate* & Payment
Tue/Thu 5/16-6/1 6:30-7:30pm for one player: $75 per hour
Residents $89 All Others $105 for two players: $40 per hour each
for three players: $30 per hour each
for four players: $25 per hour each
*Discounts may be offered for four or more
lessons paid in advance.
Payment by check only; payable to
Tom Sarsfield. Payment due first day.
Visit whitlingersarsfieldtennis.com for more
information.
ADULT SPRING Classes

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TRIPS Berry Creek Falls
Big Basin is California's first State Park and
Sierra Kayak Campout
The scenic Alpine Lakes in the Sierra Nevada
it is still a rugged, wild land. This long hike are perfect kayak camping destinations and
ADVENTURE TRIPS will start at the coast and climb gently into we will combine these two activities into one
WITH GREG MEYER the basin to the impressive Berry Creek Falls. relaxed weekend. We will meet early Saturday
gregmeyernaturalist@gmail Along the way, we will talk about the history morning, gear up, have a brief intro lesson
(831)345-1973 of logging in the Santa Cruz Mountains, and paddle to the back of our lake to set
identify trailside plants and look for amphibians up camp. The rest of the day will be spent
Greg Meyer has been a professional naturalist
in the creeks. This is an intermediate hiking hiking, kayaking or just lazing. Saturday
since 1985. He has worked as a State Park
trip that is 11 miles long. night we’ll have a BBQ dinner and campfire,
interpreter, kayak guide, biology instructor
and currently teaches outdoor education at and paddle back late Sunday morning with
Equipment & Directions Note: Instructor will plenty of time to drive home. You’ll enjoy this
Cal State Monterey Bay. Greg has led tours contact all participants prior to trip regarding
from Alaska to the Antarctic and his exper- relaxed, outdoor adventure in the beauty of
equipment needed and meeting location. the high sierra!
tise and humor will ensure that you have an
interesting and informative adventure. Big Basin Meyer
No kayaking or camping experience is
430819-01 18+yrs
necessary. We will be using stable sea kayaks
Sun 5/21 10am-4pm
equipped with rudders and comfortable seat
Residents $50 All Others $58
backs. Participants under 18 must register
with and be accompanied by an adult.

SENIO
ADULT SPRING Classes
Participants will provide lunch, camping gear

PROG R
and transportation to the lake.

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INFORMATIONAL MEETING:

TRIPSAM
Wed, May 31, 7:30 – 9 pm
Los Gatos Adult Recreation Center

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SENIOR Program
TWO LOCATIONS!
@ Hillview @ Grant
97 Hillview Ave, Rooms 10-12 947-2797 1575 Holt Ave 947-2797
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30am-3:30pm Hours: Monday & Wednesday, 10am-2pm

Adults 50+ are welcome and encouraged to join our programs! Many senior activities are listed here.
Please consult The Spotlight newsletter for special events and activities, or drop in or give us a call for
more info and specific dates.

For new and/or on-going classes, see ADULT CLASSES listing.

BECOME A MEMBER MEET UP
AND ENJOY BOTH LOCATIONS!
Fill out the membership form (available on the
Recreation & Community Services website at
at HILLVIEW or GRANT!
LosAltosRecreation.org) and at both locations. Mail the
form with a check payable to “City of Los Altos” to:

Los Altos Senior Program
97 Hillview Ave
Los Altos, CA 94022

Residents $26* All Others $40*

*If desired, add $6 for a one-year home delivery
subscription to The Spotlight newsletter. The Spotlight
has all the information about activities and services we
offer. The Spotlight is also available free at both Senior
Program locations and online at LosAltosRecreation.org.

TRIPS
Our trips vary from “mini” to far and distant lands!
“Mini” trips will take you to attractions in our beautiful
Bay Area such as the Giants game or Rosie the Riveter
Museum. Longer and farther trips are brought to us by
Premiere Travel, who offers travel to Holland or to the
Canadian Rockies.
SENIOR Program

All-in-all you will find our trips quite rewarding! Contact
the Senior Program at 947-2797 for further information
or check out the Spotlight Newsletter!

Meet up at Hillview or Grant for activities, special
events, refreshment and, most of all, FUN!

Exercise, socialize, take classes, or just enjoy a cup of
coffee with friends.

Drop in is FREE, membership is encouraged and
donations are welcome!

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WEDNESDAY ACTIVITIES @ GRANT
• 10am-2pm: Intermediate Bridge, Mah-Jongg, Card Games • 10:15am: Stretch
• 10:45am: Chair Workout • 12pm: Bring Lunch (Interesting Speaker Provided on 3rd Wed)
• 1pm: Zumba Dance (1st & 3rd Wed); Book Club (2nd Wed); Garden Club (4th Wed)

DAILY ACTIVITIES @ HILLVIEW
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday FESTIVITIES!
Bocce Ball: Beginner Holiday dates may vary.
Bocce Ball: Advanced ArtVentures Bocce Ball: Beginning
10am-12pm 10-11:30am 9:30am-12pm / Rm 12 10-11:30am 1st Friday
Bocce Courts Bocce Courts Fee: Members $1 Bocce Courts Movie Day
All Others $3 1pm / Rm 12
Monkey Toy Project Bridge Mah Jongg: Beginning Fee: Members FREE!
9:30-11:30am / Rm 11 8:30am-3:30pm Bocce Ball: Advanced 1-3:30pm / Rm 12 All Others $1
Rm 11 10am-12pm Fee: Members FREE!
Scrabble Bocce Courts 2nd Friday
All Others $3
1:30-2:30pm / Rm 10 Chess Friday Lunch
1pm / Rm 10 Bridge Pinochle 12pm / Hillview MPR
Technology Tutoring 8:30am-12pm / Rm 11 12-3:30pm / Rm 11 Suggested donation:
2-3pm / Rm 10 Ping Pong Members $4
By appointment 9am-3:30pm / Rm 12 Mah-Jongg: All Others $6
Intermediate
Yoga 1-3:30pm / Rm 11 3rd Friday
1:30-2:30pm / Rm 12 Free Play Birthday Party
12pm / Rm 11
Pickleball Suggested donation:
11am / Hillview MPR* Members $4*
*check The Spotlight for All Others $6
evening Pickleball info *Birthday month? FREE
lunch during your birth
month if you are a
Senior Program Member!

4th Friday
Friday Lunch
12pm / Hillview MPR
Suggested donation:
Members $6
All Others $8

5th Friday

MONTHLY MEET UPS @ HILLVIEW Various Special
Programs

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Various Fridays
Smart Driver
1st Monday 2nd Tuesday 1st Wednesday 1st Thursday Safety Class
SENIOR Program
Senior Commission Fuschia Society Legacies Men’s Group 1-5:30pm / Rm 12
Meeting 7:30pm / Rm 17 Board Meeting 10-11:30am / Rm 10 Fee: AARP Members $15
4pm / Various 10am / Neutra House All Others $20
3rd Tuesday (Meets quarterly; call 2nd Thursday
HICAP Senior Center for date) Book Club
NOTE: 10am-12pm / Rm 12 1-2pm / Rm 18 Members:
All activities are FREE By appointment Rhododendron Society
with Senior Program Have a MEET UP you
7:30pm / Rm 12 3rd Thursday
membership, unless 4th Tuesday would like to host or
Camera Club
otherwise noted.
Real Estate Corner see offered at
9am / Conf Rm 3 7pm / Rm 12
Hillview?
By appointment
Actual dates may vary; Give us a call at
call to verify schedule. 947-2797!

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TEEN PROGRAM
TEEN VOLUNTEERISM THE UNDERGROUND
The City of Los Altos is FULL of opportunities for volunteerism for
everyone in the community, including our teens. We have volunteer
options available throughout the City. If you have a specific interest,
let us know ... we might have a volunteer opportunity just for you! Call
our front office at 947-2790 or email us at info@losaltosrecreation.org
to find out how to volunteer for Los Altos!

TE EN CENTER
400 University Ave (at Shoup Park)
A drop-in facility for teens ages 11-17

Spring Hours*
Fridays 3-6pm
Saturdays 2-6pm
The place to hang out with friends and relax is back for spring!
Teens can hang out playing pool, shuffle board, Playstation
3, and more! The Underground is supervised by Recreation &
Community Services staff and is a fun, safe place for teens in Los
Altos.

Activities are FREE (unless noted)!
*The Underground is closed on LAYC Dance dates.

LOS ALTOS
YOUTH COMMISSION
The 11-member Youth Commission is comprised of 7th-12th graders
who live in Los Altos. Representing the needs of youth and teens in
Los Altos, the Youth Commission meets the first Monday of every
month at 6:30pm at Hillview Community Center, Room 2. All teens
are welcome to attend meetings and provide feedback on issues and
programming.

NEED MORE INFO?
TEEN Program

If you’d like more information about The Underground, Teen
Programs, and/or Youth Commission, call Zack Silva at 947-2727 or
email him at zsilva@losaltosca.gov.

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VOLUNTEER REDWOOD GROVE
Program Happenings
City of Los Altos
Municipal Volunteer Program Redwood Grove
Restoration Workdays
Come Volunteer!
See the difference you can make by removing
invasive species, planting native plants, and
helping to improve habitat for native plants
and wildlife.
Spring Volunteer Opportunities
Currently recruiting for many vital volunteer Weekend workdays are held 1-2 times per
positions, including: month. For dates and to register, visit our
website at: grassrootsecology.org
Volunteer Prog/Redwood Grove

CYCLE SATURDAY BIKE VALET Redwood Grove Nature Preserve
482 University Ave., Los Altos
SENIOR PROGRAM
including, but not limited to:
Senior Program Reception
For more information or to arrange a separate
Front Desk Receptionist
Friday Luncheon Assistants workday for your group, please contact Kristen Williams:
Sock Monkey Toymakers kristen@grassrootsecology.org.
Gardeners

CREATE YOUR OWN VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY
with your talents, interests or hobbies in mind!
grassrootsecology.org
Discover your volunteer opportunity!
Contact our office for volunteer info. a fiscally sponsored project of Acterra
947-2790 or info@losaltosrecreation.org
LosAltosRecreation.org,
then click on the volunteer tab. Grassroots Ecology formerly Acterra Stewardship

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PARTY Packages
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PARTY Packages

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SERVICES & YOUTH
Organizations Theatre
Sports
A.Y.S.O. Region 43 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ayso43.org UPCOMING AUDITIONS
A.Y.S.O. Region 45 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ayso45.org Los Altos Youth Theatre announces auditions for a brand-new
C.Y.S.A. District II . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . www.cysadistrict2.org musical by the authors & composers of some of our favorite shows.
Futsal Kingz (indoor soccer) . . . . . futsalkingz.com / (408) 440-7878
Los Altos/Los Altos Hills
American Little League . . . . . . . . . . . . . info@losaltoslittleleague.com
ALICE IN WONDERLAND
Los Altos Mountain View Aquatic Club (LAMVAC) . . . . . . lamvac.org
A New Musical
Book, Music and Lyrics
Los Altos Pony Baseball . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . registrar@lamvpb.org
by JANET YATES VOGT and MARK FRIEDMAN
Los Altos Tennis Club (Adult) . . . . . . . . . . . . losaltostennisclub.com
Directed by Betsy Kruse Craig
Mountain View Los Altos Soccer Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .mvlasc.org
Music direction by Paul Marenco
Mountain View Los Altos Girls Softball . . . . . mvlags.org / 964-6489
Mountain View Masters Swim & Social Club (Adult) . . . . . . mvm.org
ACTOR INFO
336-8603
Pop Warner Football . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . mvmarauders.com Casting ages: 9-22 years
Red Star Soccer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . redstarsoccer.com / 380-0099 Auditions: April 26, 4-7pm
Tomahawks Lacrosse . . . . . . tomahawkslacrosse.org / (888)599-5096 Audition information will be on the
YMCA Youth Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 969-9622 LAYT website in April or email
losaltosyouththeatre@gmail.com
Adults Callbacks: April 29, 10am-4pm
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) . . . . . . . . . sccfd.org
(408) 378-4010 Rehearsals: Start May 17
Community Health Awareness Council (CHAC) . . . . . . . . chacmv.org May-June: M-Th, 5:30-8:30pm
965-2020 July: M-F, 5:30-8:30pm
Federated Woman’s Club of Los Altos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 948-3553
No rehearsal July 3 & 4
Fit4Mom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . midpeninsula@fit4mom.com / 395-7558 Tech week: Hours TBD
Foothill College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . foothill.edu / 949-7777
Garden Club of Los Altos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . gardencluboflosaltos.org
Performances: July 14-30, F through Su
Grassroots Ecology . . . . . . . . . . . . grassrootsecology.org / 419-9880 Residents $289* All Others $344*
Greentown Los Altos . . . . . . . . . . . greentownlosaltos.org / 383-7540 *Scholarships available
SERVICES & Orgs/YOUTH Theatre

Kiwanis Club of Los Altos . . . . . . . . . . losaltoskiwanis.org / 735-1552
Las Madres . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lasmadres.org
A NOTE ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
League of Women Voters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . lwv.org / 429-8382 Director Betsy Kruse Craig is a local
Los Altos Art Club . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . losaltosartclub.org actor and director/choreographer. She
Los Altos Chamber of Commerce losaltoschamber.org / 948-1455 is the drama director at Stratford Middle
Los Altos Community Foundation . . . . . . . losaltoscf.org / 949-5908 Schools, recently directing THE LION
BAT, LEAD KING JR., LITTLE MERMAID, SEUSSICAL,
Los Altos/Los Altos Hills Newcomers Club . . . losaltosnewcomers.com and LEGALLY BLONDE. As an actor
she has recently been seen at The Pear
Los Altos Mediation Program (LAMP) . . . . . . . . . . . 949-LAMP(5267)
Theatre in AUGUST OSAGE COUNTY and
Los Altos Mountain View Aquatic Club (LAMVAC) . . . . . . .lamvac.org
with Palo Alto Players in THE ADDAMS
(408) 732-3432
FAMILY, CLYBOURNE PARK and soon
Los Altos Stage Company . . . . . . . . . . . losaltosstage.org / 941-0551 appearing in THE GRADUATE. Betsy
Mountain View/Los Altos Adult Ed Office . . . . . . . adulted@mvla.net moved to the Bay Area from Tucson, AZ
940-1333 five years ago where she taught acting
Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District . . . . info@openspace.org and directing at the University of Arizona,
691-1200 worked as an artistic associate at
Midpeninsula Widows & Widowers Assn . . . 704-9656 / (408) 246-4642 INVISIBLE THEATRE, and started a theatre
for Young Audiences program at Pima
Ye Olde Town Band . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . windband.org/oldtowne
Community College, which is still
Youth thriving. Betsy is thrilled to work on her
first show for LAYT.
American Red Cross Babysitter Training . . . . . . . . .1(800) 733-2767
Boy Scouts of America Pacific Skyline Council . . . . . . . . . . 327-5900
www.losaltosca.gov/recreation/page/los-altos-youth-theatre
Children’s Corner Inc. . . . . . . . . lamvchildrenscorner.org / 948-8950
Music for Minors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 237-9130
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LIBRARY HISTORY
Museum
Los Altos Library Woodland Branch Library
13 S. San Antonio Road 1975 Grant Road
Mon-Thu . . . . . . . . . 10am-9pm M/Tu/W. . . . . . . . . . .11am-8pm
Fri-Sun. . . . . . . . . . . 10am-7pm Th/F/Sa. . . . . . . . . . . 11am-5pm
Sun. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CLOSED

Library telephone numbers
Main. . .948-7683 Woodland.. . .969-6030 TeleCirc. . .800-471-0991

Santa Clara County Library website: sccl.org

KIDDIE PROGRAMS (partial listing)
On Exhibit through April 16
at the Main Library Seaweed, Salmon and Manzanita Cider:
Toddler Storytime (1-2yrs) Preschool Storytime (3+yrs) A California Indian Feast
Tue, Wed, Thu at 10:15am Tue & Wed at 11am Explore traditional hunting, collecting, food preparation and
food preservation by California Native Indian cultures in this
Baby Lapsit Mandarin Bilingual Storytime exhibition based upon the Heyday book of the same name.
(0-18 mos & adults) (all ages)
Wed at 1pm Thu at 11am Exhibit Program
(including a baby sign language A Taste of California Native Foods
Saturday, March 18, 2-5pm
series 1st and 3rd Wed of Family Games & Lego Building
each month) (all ages)
2nd Thu of each month
Upcoming Exhibit
Reading Buddies (grades K-5) from 4-6pm
Eichler Homes: The American Dream
4th Sat of each month at 2:30pm April 28- October 1
at Woodland Library
Teachers!
Baby Lapsit (0-18 mos & adults) Toddler Storytime (1-2yrs)
Do you teach local and California history to 3rd or 4th graders
Mon at 1:15pm Thu at 11:15am
who live in Los Altos/Hills in public, private or home school
settings? Bring your class on a curriculum-based tour in April
TEEN PROGRAMS (for 3rd graders) and May (for 4th graders). Find out more by
contacting hello@LosAltosHistory.org!
Youth Game Afternoon at Los Altos Main Library Teen Study Room
Every Wed from 3-4:30pm Tour the historic Smith House
Sundays at 2pm
ADULT PROGRAMS
Visit your museum all year ‘round!
English Conversation Club at Los Altos Main Library Program Room Ohlone, rancho days, people of note, railroad history, and free
Meet with other English learners (18+yrs) for weekly discussions, in a audio tours. Gardens, picnic tables, tractors, 1915 tank house
friendly and supportive setting. Some English knowledge is and more! Enjoy docent-led tours of the Smith House every

LIBRARY/HISTORY Museum
recommeded to participate, and no registration is required. Sunday at 2pm.
Every Thu from 2-3:30pm
Make Your Own History!
BOOK GROUPS FOR ADULTS Rent the museum for your special event. Please call 948-9427,
The Whodunit? Mystery Readers Group at Los Altos Main Library x12 for more info.
1st Wed of each month from 10:15-11:30am
The Los Altos Senior Book Club at the Los Altos Senior Center
Come at 12:30pm for an optional brown bag lunch and social time
before the book discussion. LosAltosHistory.org
2nd Thu of each month at 1pm visit | get details|
sign up for emails|
The Great Books Club at Los Altos Main Library Program Room
join/renew | rent |
3rd Tue of each month at 7pm
volunteer
Adult Book Discussion Group at Los Altos Main Library
Join us as we discuss the latest in contemporary fiction.
Light refreshments served. 51 S. San Antonio Road,
4th Tue of each month at 7pm in the Civic Center
next to the library
The Woodland Library Book Club at the Woodland Library
2nd Tue of each month at 2pm Open Thurs–Sun,
12–4pm, FREE

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REGISTRATION Form
City of Los Altos Recreation & Community Services • 97 Hillview Avenue, Los Altos, CA 94022

Head of Household Information (Please Print) Home Phone

Last Name First Name

E-mail Adress Cell Phone

Home Address City Zip

Emergency Contact Emergency Contact Phone

READ & SIGN BELOW: Through this registration form, I hereby absolve the City of Los Altos, its employees & officers from all liability which may
arise as the result of my participation in the activities listed below, and in the event that the below-named participant is a minor.
I hereby give my permission for his/her participation as indicated & in so doing absolve the City of Los Altos, its employees & officers from such
liability. In addition, I agree to allow use of my/our photograph for program publicity. I have read & understand the City of Los Altos Recreation
& Community Services Department refund policy. Furthermore, reservation of a place in a class or program does not constitute any form of
guarantee by the City of Los Altos that the class or program will take place. The City of Los Altos reserves the right to cancel any program or
class at any time for any reason, at its sole discretion. Money paid in advance for any class or program that is canceled by the City of Los Altos
will be refunded in full.

REFUNDS & TRANSFERS Refund and transfer requests must be submitted in writing up to the day prior to the second class meeting. All refunds
will be charged a $20 service fee. Email your refund and transfer request to info@losaltosrecreation.org. No refunds or transfers will be given
after the day prior to the second class meeting.

PARTICIPANT SIGNATURE (Parent or Guardian if under 18) Date

If you have any special needs requiring specific accommodations for you to fully enjoy a class or facility,
please contact us at info@losaltosrecreation.org.
PARTICIPANT NAME (First & Last) BIRTHDATE M/F CLASS CODE CLASS TITLE FEE
FEE
REGISTRATION Form

TOTAL DUE:

CREDIT CARD PAYMENT (check one) PAYMENT OPTIONS:
• Checks made payable to City of Los Altos
• Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express credit cards
• Cash payments must be made in person;
Visa MasterCard Discover American Express
please do not mail cash
Cardholder Name:
REGISTRATION FORM RETURN OPTIONS:
Card Number: • Email form to info@losaltosrecreation.org
• Mail form to 97 Hillview Ave, Los Altos, CA 94022
Exp. Date:
• Fax form to 947-2738
Signature: • Walk in to the Recreation Office at 97 Hillview Ave, Los Altos

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REGISTRATION Info
Spring 2017 Registration Opening Date
Los Altos Resident Courtesy Registration Opens: March 14
Registration Opens for All: March 17
4 Easy Ways To Register
ONLINE LosAltosRecreation.org FAX 947-2738

MAIL IN Los Altos Recreation &
Community Services
WALK IN Hillview Community Center
97 Hillview Ave, Los Altos
97 Hillview Ave 94022
Los Altos, CA 94022

Registration Details Refunds & Transfers
• Any class canceled by Recreation & Community • Refund and transfer requests must be submitted
Services will be refunded in full. in writing up to the day prior to the second
• Returned checks will be charged a $25 service fee. class meeting.
• A resident is anyone living within the city of Los Altos. • All refunds will be charged a $20 service fee.
All others living outside the city limits (including unin- • E-mail your refund and transfer requests to
corporated areas, Los Altos Hills and Mountain View, info@losaltosrecreation.org.
etc.) are non-residents. • No refunds or transfers will be given after the day prior
to the second class meeting.

City of Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Office
97 Hillview Ave, Los Altos, CA 94022

REGISTRATION Information
Office Hours Contact Info
Monday – Friday Phone: 947-2790 Fax: 947-2738
8am – 5pm info@losaltosrecreation.org
Become a fan of
Los Altos Recreation

Recreation & Community Services Department Mission Statement
The Los Altos Recreation & Community Services Department strives to enrich community members through active
participation in life-long learning, health and wellness, community involvement, and recreational activities.

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RECREATION LOCATIONS
Parks, Indoor Facilities & Schools
1. Hillview Community Center & Park
Recreation & Community Services Offices
97 Hillview Ave
2. Blach Middle School El
1120 Covington Rd Ca
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3. Village Park Po rt ol a Ave no
Edith Ave/San Antonio Rd Re
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4. Egan Middle School 17
100 W Portola Ave
5. Community Plaza Los Altos Ave
Corner of Main & State Sts

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San Antonio Ro
6. Grant Park, 1575 Holt Ave
7. Heritage Oaks Park
Portland/Miramonte Ave
8. Lincoln Park
9 Al
mond Ave
University/Lincoln Ave
9. Los Altos High School
201 Almond Ave
10. Los Altos Youth Center - LAYC
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1 N San Antonio Rd Ed ith
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11. Marymeade Park 8
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12. McKenzie Park, 707 Fremont Ave Ave Cuesta D
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Miramonte Ave
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13. Montclaire Park
18
Campbell Ave

er Rd
St

2068 Stonehaven Dr
14. Bus Barn Theater
Spring

161 S San Antonio Rd

Grant Rd
15. Redwood Grove Nature Preserve 15 16
482 University Ave Rosita Ave Rose Ave
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16. Rosita Park, 401 Rosita Ave
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17. San Antonio Club - Tiny Tots
ity

647 N San Antonio Rd
Dr

18. Shoup Park / Garden House / Covington Rd
The Underground - Teen Center, 400 University Ave
2
Additional Locations
+ CSMA, 230 San Antonio Cir, Mtn View Portland Ave
12
+ Deep Cliff Golf Course, 10700 Clubhouse Ln, Cupertino
7
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+ Gold Star Gymnastics, 240 S Whisman Rd, Mtn View
ot

+ Graham Middle School, 1175 Castro St, Mtn View
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+ Los Altos Hills Town Hall, 26379 Fremont Rd, Los Altos Hills
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+ Melody Academy of Music (inside Cubberley Community Center)
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4000 Middlefield Road, Room V, Palo Alto
p re

+ Nazareth Ice Oasis, 3140 Bay Rd, Redwood City
Newcas tle Dr

11
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+ Shoreline Aquatic Center, 3160 N Shoreline Blvd, Mtn View
wa

Fremont Av
+ Skateworks, 379 State Street, Los Altos e
y

+ Spring Down Equestrian Ctr, 725 Portola Rd, Palo Alto
+ Sunnyvale Community Center, 550 E Remington Dr, Sunnyvale
+ Twisters Sports, 1165 N Fair Oaks Ave, Sunnyvale Morton Ave
+ Whisman Sports Center, 1500 W Middlefield Rd, Mtn View 6
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+ Young Chef’s Academy, 1336 S Mary Ave, Sunnyvale Holt Ave
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St Joseph Ave
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+ Zuraek Stables, 11854 Page Mill Rd, LAH
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13
02.16
Arboretum Dr

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FACILITY & PARK RENTALS
For facility & group
picnic reservations,
please call
947-2790
or email
info@losaltosrecreation.org
Shoup Park’s Patriot Corner is available to rent! This exclusive space can accommodate
up to 75 people and boasts two. barbeque pits and a great view of the creek! Park Facilities
All park facilities are

Playground
available on a first-come,
Basketball

Restrooms
Multi-Use

BBQ Pits
Ballfield
Location

first-served basis.

Kitchen
Courts

Rental
Tables
Tennis
Fields

Picnic
Acres
Map

Only the Patriot Corner
PARK/FACILITY
Group Picnic Area at
Blach Gym 2 ✔ ✔ ✔ Shoup Park may be
Community Plaza 5 .16 reserved in advance.
(corner of Main & State Sts) ✔ ✔
Egan Gym 4 ✔ ✔ ✔ Gymnasiums & Fields
Blach & Egan Middle Schools
Garden House & (map locations 2 & 4).
The Underground 18 ✔ ✔ ✔ For gym reservations:
at Shoup
Candace Avina at 947-2890
Grant or cavina@losaltosca.gov
Classrooms & 6 4.5 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ For field reservations:
Multi-Purpose Room
Jaime Chew at 947-2848 or
Heritage Oaks 7 5.3 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ jchew@losaltosca.gov

Hillview Indoor Rental
Classrooms, Meeting Room,
Computer Lab, Multi-Purpose
1 8.3 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Facilities
Room & Bocce Ball Courts Meeting rooms, classrooms
& multi-purpose rooms with
Lincoln 8 4.4 ✔
kitchens are all available
Los Altos for rent.
Youth Center (LAYC) 10 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔
Marymeade 11 2.5 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Reservations
We welcome walk-ins
McKenzie 12 4.3 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ Monday through Friday at
Montclaire 13 1.1 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ the Hillview Community
Features include a creekside and redwood trail, Center, 97 Hillview Ave,
Redwood Grove 15 5.9 as well as picnic tables. Not reservable. Los Altos. Detailed
Rosita 16 6.4 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ information and
Snack Shack
reservation forms are
San Antonio Club 17 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ available online at
LosAltosRecreation.org
Shoup 18 3.9 ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ or can be requested by
Village 3 .78 Features grassy area for picnicking & gardens to enjoy at the phone or email.
entrance to downtown Los Altos. Not reservable.
CITY OF Los ALTOS PRSRT STD
RECREATION & COMMUNITY SERVICES U.S. POSTAGE
97 HILLVIEW AVENUE, Los ALTOS, CA 94022 PAID
POSTMASTER: LOS ALTOS, CA
PLEASE DELIVER BETWEEN PERMIT NO. 258
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