seize the leisurely moments of life …because ... - Town of Danville

seize the leisurely moments of life …because ... - Town of Danville

Seize the leisurely moments of life …because Parks Make Life Better! SM Town of Danville provides exceptional recreation programs and services for all ages in beautiful parks and facilities. Play outdoors, enjoy nature, exercise to stay healthy, meet friends in safe gathering places, learn new skills and develop memories that last a lifetime.

Play Safe, outdoor spaces • Baseball • Basketball • Bocce Bowling • Cheerleading • Cubbies • flag FootbalL• Dodgeball Lacrosse • Golf • Soccer • Softball • Tennis • Volleyball

Beauty and serenity • Family CampoutS at Oak Hill Park & Mt. Diablo State Park • Lend-A-hand Day • Trail Mixers Earth Day Arts • DASH – Danville Area Senior Hiking Nature

Exercise Healthy Movement • Adult Lap Swim • CANE DO • Dance clasSes Gymnastics • Karate • KICKBALL • Jazzercise Pilates • Senior Health Fitness Day • T’ai Chi Ch’uan • The Feldenkrais Method® • Yoga • Zumba

Free-time fun • Acoustic CONCERTS • Art Chat BRIDGE • Capture the Flag • Day Camps Moonlight Movies • Music in the Park Open Gym • Pre-School Performance Series Senior Bocce Ball & Barbeque • SPECIAL Events VILLAGE THEATRE & ART GALLERY • Visual Art classes Positive Spaces

Gathering Places Socializing and learning• Art Exhibits • Craft classes Monte Vista Pool Family Fun Nights • Improv classes Kids’ Day / Night Out • Leaders in Training • Parks Recreational Swim • Senior Center • Senior Education Lectures • Senior Trips • Teen Centers • Theatre Performances & CLASSES • Vocal Performances & classes

Valued Today and always • BOOK CLUBS • Carpentry Computer TRAINING • Cooking • Creative Writing CPR & First Aid • Dog Training • Foreign Language classes • Lifeguard Training • Music • Science Swim lessons • Valley Youth Council • Volunteens Forever

The Town of Danville recognizes that Parks and Recreation makes lives and communities better now and in the future by providing access to the serenity and inspiration of nature; outdoor space to play and exercise; facilities for self-directed and organized recreation; positive alternatives for youth which help lower crime and mischief; and activities that facilitate social connections, human development, the arts and lifelong learning. To view the current Activity Guide or learn more information about TOWN programs and services, visit or call (925) 314-3400

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