Town of Windsor • Winter-Spring 2020 Recreation Guide
To register, go to townofwindsor.com/registration 10 NEW THE SCENE EVENTS/ EVENTOS DE LA ESCENA Age: 6th-8th Grade Calling all middle schoolers! Come hangout and be part of The Scene! We will be doing fun and new activities this year. “The Scene” events are designed to give students a positive environment and structured activities on Friday nights. Food and drinks will be provided. Check out the nights below. Pre-registration is required for each event! Enroll early! Go to www.townofwindsor.com/clubblend for more information about each individual event. Movie Trivia Night- Bluebird Center 1215 FRI 6:00-10:00PM 1/24 $8 Game Night- Bluebird Center 1216 FRI 6:00-10:00PM 2/28 $8 Sports Night- Huerta Gym 1217 FRI 6:00-10:00PM 3/27 $8 Swim and a Movie- Windsor Senior Center 1218 FRI 6:00-10:00PM 5/15 $8 BALLET FOLKLORICO SARITA Instructor: Kerry Ampuero Place: Windsor Community Center Students will learn authentic dance, music and costumes from various states of Mexico. Students will develop fundamental dance and choreography skills. Please wear comfortable clothes and wear shoes with a strong heel. Must be enrolled in last two sessions to perform in the Spring recital. No new students will be accepted after the second session without prior approval from the instructor. If students choose to participate in the Spring recital, they are required to participate in one fundraiser to qualify for costume rental. No class on 3/18. Ages 10-15 Years (Advanced I) 1139 WED 6:00-7:00PM 1/8-1/29 $50R/$55NR 1132 WED 6:00-7:00PM 2/5-2/26 $50R/$55NR 1133 WED 6:00-7:00PM 3/4-4/1 $50R/$55NR 1150 WED 6:00-7:00PM 4/8-4/27 $99R/$109NR Ages 14-25+ Years (Advanced II) 1126 WED 7:00-8:00PM 1/8-1/29 $50R/$55NR 1138 WED 7:00-8:00PM 2/5-2/26 $50R/$55NR 1137 WED 7:00-8:00PM 3/4-4/1 $50R/$55NR 1151 WED 7:00-8:00PM 4/8-4/27 $99R/$109NR BABYSITTER’S TRAINING/ ENTRENAMIENTO DE NIŇERAS Instructor: Barbara Clough, Certified Instructor Age: 11-16 years Place: Windsor Senior Center This class teaches 11-16 year olds diapering, feeding, and safe play with children. Participants also learn how to recognize and respond to emergencies by acquiring skills for first aid and CPR for children and infants. Upon completion of skills and written test with a passing grade, participants will receive certification in CPR and first aid. *A materials and certification fee of $50 payable to the instructor at the start of the class. Students need to bring a sack lunch, snacks, and beverage. 1114 SAT 9:00-5:00PM 3/14 $62R/$67NR* 1115 SAT 9:00-5:00PM 4/11 $62R/$67NR* Skate Park Rules Skate Park is open daily 8:30am-5:00pm (PST) 8:30am-7:00pm (Pacific Daylight Savings Time) • Helmet, kneepads, and elbow pads re- quired • Failure to wear helmets, kneepads, and elbow pads will subject persons to a cita- tion and fine • No food or drink is allowed in the desig- nated skate area • No movable obstacles or materials (i.e. ramps/jumps) are allowed in the park • The use of bicycles and scooters is prohib- ited within the skate area • No graffiti, tagging or stickers • No smoking, alcohol, or drug use • Reckless or destructive skating is prohibited Skate Park will close due to any vandalism to the Skate Park or to the adjoining Hiram Lewis Park. 9680 Brooks Rd. So., Windsor, CA APPS AND ROBOTS Instructor: Alim Charaniya Age: 11-17 years Place: Bluebird Center Instructor, Alim Charaniya, is a Windsor High School graduate, class of 2015, and a recent graduate from San Jose State University with a major in Business Administration, MIS, and a minor in Computer Science. Alim was part of the first STEM core class at Windsor High, where he fell in love with engineering and solving life problems with using technology. Since graduating college, Alim co-founded Season Share, an app for Sports fans to share season tickets. The company is backed by industry leaders such as Ticketmaster and the San Francisco 49ers. In his free time, Alim enjoys playing basketball, attending events, traveling and reading books. In this 1-day introductory boot camp course, students will focus on learning innovative problem solving skills to and further their understanding of technology. Students will learn app design and robotics using popular programming languages. No coding experience required. Students will program their own robots and mobile apps and showcase their creations at the end of the course. Students must provide their own laptop with a minimum of 2GB RAM and bring a sack lunch and beverage. 1233 SAT 9:00-2:00PM 1/25 $140R/$150NR 1234 SAT 9:00-2:00PM 2/22 $140R/$150NR Interested in a program? Sign up now! In the event of low enrollment, a determination of cancellation will be made no later than 7 days prior to the start of the class.