Town of Windsor • Winter-Spring 2020 Recreation Guide

Parks & Recreation Department 707-838-1260 13 The Parks & Recreation Department is currently recruiting for the following seasonal positions: Lifeguards- Lifeguards are required to maintain a vigilant watch over pool patrons who are comprised of older adults age 50+ and youth during youth swim lessons. Additional duties required are: attending to persons in distress, rendering first aid as needed, and maintenance of pool deck and locker rooms as needed. Only applicants who have current Lifeguarding certification or are enrolled in a Lifeguard training class will be considered. Hours will vary. For information on Lifeguard training classes, call the American Red Cross at 707-577-7611. Swim Instructors- Swim Instructors plan and implement classes for all levels of swimming. This position is suited for those who love to work with children and have knowledge of aquatic skills. To qualify, the applicant must be able and willing to instruct all levels of the Town of Windsor youth swim programs.  To obtain an application for these positions go to , after January 1, 2020. Seasonal Job Opportuni ties MUSCLE & CARDIO CONDITIONING/ ACONDICIONAMIENTO DE MÚSCULOS & CARDIOVASCULAR Instructor: Shelly Puntillo Age: 18+ years Place: Windsor Senior Recreation Center Class will consist of cardiovascular and muscle conditioning through the use of hand weights, resistance training, and low impact aerobic exercise. All levels welcome. Bring water, 2-6 lb hand weights and an exercise mat. 5 week sessions/10 classes. T/Th 5:30-6:30PM Starts 1/7 $60R/$65NR ADULT GOLF/GOLF PARA ADULTOS Instructors: Molly James Age: 18+ years Place: Windsor Golf Course Beginner Level I- This class is designed to pres- ent golf as a fun and exciting challenge for begin- ners. Class will cover golf basics such as set-up fundamentals, full swing, irons, woods, and your short game. Equipment and range balls included. 1111 TUES 5:00-6:00PM 4/21-5/26 $150R/$160NR Level II- This class is designed for those who have completed level I and want to continue to improve their golf game. Class follows the same basic principals as the beginner class (grip, aim, stance, irons, woods, short game) and how those principles relate to golf course situations. It is recommended that the golfer who takes this class has had some experience playing on a golf course or is currently an active golfer. 1112 TUES 6:00-7:00PM 4/21-5/26 $150R/$160NR FITNESS & HEALTH with YMCA/APTITUD Y SALUD CON YMCA Instructor: YMCA Instructor Age: 18+ years Place: Windsor Senior Recreation Center YOGA All LEVELS Come and rejuvenate in a yoga class suitable for all levels. Become mindful of your breath and body as you move through various still and dynamic poses. Come for self-care and enjoy the community. Please bring a mat, water and if possible blocks and yoga strap to help with pose modifications. Wear comfortable clothing. No class on 1/20. 1168 MON 6:30-7:45PM 1/13-2/10 $32R/$37NR 1169 MON 6:30-7:45PM 3/2-3/23 $32R/$37NR PILATES (MAT) Pilates is incredibly effective at improving muscle control, flexibility, coordination and strength. Pilates is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels. Anyone can do Pilates and see the benefits in a short amount of time. May include the use of equipment such as stability balls, resistance bands, and weights. The focus is on developing better posture, body control and proper breathing, while also reducing tension and strengthening your body. Please bring a yoga mat to each class. The class will be led by a certified trainer. 1167 WED 6:30-7:30PM 1/8-1/29 $32R/$37NR 1166 WED 6:30-7:30PM 2/12-3/4 $32R/$37NR Register Early! Classes require a minimum of 6 participants registered to run the classes. NATIVE MILKWEED PLANTING PARTY!/ FIESTA DE PLANTACIÓN DE ALGODONCILLO NATIVO Instructor: Monarch Project Volunteers Age: All Ages Place: Center for Social & Environmental Stewardship, 9619 Old Redwood Hwy. (Rainy Day location-Huerta Gymnasium) Come join us to kickoff off Windsor Garden Club Monarch Project 2020. The population count for Western Monarchs is down 99% from the 1980’s but we can all pull together to make a difference. We will be sowing flats of Narrow Leaved and Showy Milkweed and offering hands on nature activities for kids through Project Wild. Bring a snack or a drink to share if you like! Rsvp to: [email protected] SAT 1:30-3:00PM 1/4 No Fee

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