active older adult programs - the City of Lompoc!

active older adult programs - the City of Lompoc!

GENERAL INFORMATIONWe Create Community Through People, Parks and Programs“We Create Community Through People,Parks & Programs”For your convenience, please use the followingdirectory to contact the Parks or Recreation DivisionTeam Members.Parks & RecreationAdministrative Offices 875-8100Lompoc Aquatic Center 875-2782 (875-AQUA)JoAnne Plummer 875-8097Mario Guerrero Jr. 875-8095Haley Lepper 875-8092Jeff Storie 875-2703Sue Slavens 875-8098Johanna Kinard 875-8089Special Olympics 875-8096Senior Services 875-8085Lompoc P.A.L 875-8156Parks/Danny Lara 875-8009Urban Forestry/Codie Blea 875-8032We reserve the right to use any photos ofparticipants taken by our staff in our programsand facilities as promotion material for futurebrochure publications, flyers, website postingsand any other media opportunity.When there are two fees listed under a programand/or a course, the (R) is the discounted rate forthose participants who reside within the citylimits, paying City taxes. The (N) is the fee forthose non-residents who reside outside the citylimits (Vandenberg Village, Mission Hills, MesaOaks, etc.) which is the actual cost of the classand/or program.Recreation Facility Abbreviation ListAnderson Recreation Center – ARC125 West Walnut AvenueCivic Auditorium Classroom – CA217 South L StreetDick DeWees Community &Senior Center – DDCSC1120 West Ocean AvenueLompoc Aquatic Center - LAQC207 West College AvenueKen Adam Park – KAPKAdjacent to Allan Hancock CollegeCONTENTSActive Older Adult Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4-6Special Populations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7Special Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8, 9Excursions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10Adult Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11-13Adult Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14Aquatics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15-20Youth/Teen Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21,22Youth/Teen Sports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23Parks & Facilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24, 25Commission and Staff Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27HANDICAP ACCESSIBILITYThe Anderson Recreation Center is fully accessible to the physically handicapped. The AndersonRecreation Center has an elevator serving the East parking lot and all floors of the building, aswell as a ramp serving the West, at the North “I” Street entrance. If ramp access is necessary,please call in advance so that we can assure that all doors will be open for your use. The DickDeWees Community & Senior Center is a single story structure with street level access withautomatic accessible doors. The Lompoc Aquatic Center is a single story structure with streetlevel access.Reference to businesses or other entities in this publication, through advertising or otherwise,does not constitute an endorsement of such businesses by the City of Lompoc.IF YOU ARE THINKING OF PLANNING A FAMILY REUNION,ANNIVERSARY PARTY OR JUST A HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONWITH FRIENDS……The Anderson Recreation center or our beautiful Dick DeweesCommunity & Senior Center is the place for you. Both facilities areavailable for rent on the weekends and most evenings. For moreinformation on renting this facility or any other Park or Recreationfacility, please contact our administrative offices at 875-8100,Monday through Friday between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm.The Lompoc Recreation Division AdministrativeOffices will be CLOSED on the following dates:Labor Day – Monday, September 2 nd • Veteran’s Day – Monday, November 11 thThanksgiving Holiday, Thursday & Friday – November 28 th & 29 thChristmas Holiday – Tuesday & Wednesday, December 24 th & 25 thNew Year’s Day – Wednesday, January 1 st2(805) 875-8100 • Lompoc Recreation Division

We Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsGENERAL INFORMATIONMESSAGE FROM THERECREATION TEAM!The summer of 2013 was wonderful, but we are excited as we movetowards the fall season. Your Lompoc Recreation Division Teamwelcomes you to the 2013 Fall Recreation Activity Guide filled withinformation related to Lompoc Recreation Division programs andservices. On the following pages, you will find creative classes,sports activities, exciting excursions, specialty camps, aquatics andso much more……with something for everyone in the family.As the children return to school, the days may remain warm, butwe realize it will not be long before the Holidays are upon us. YourLompoc Recreation Division Team has many great events, classesand excursions planned to celebrate the Holidays. From spookycraft classes, to the Turkey Trot to visits from Santa Claus…..thereis something for every holiday. Don’t forget the 2013 LompocValley Children’s Christmas Season Parade….an exciting timewhen everyone in Lompoc comes together to celebrate the beautyof “community” in Lompoc. If you are looking for that perfectgift..…consider a gift certificate for a recreation program, or passesto the Lompoc Aquatic Center.As you turn these pages, please remember the benefits of recreationon your mind, heart and body. Exercise programs are good for yourphysical health; the social opportunities are good for your mentalhealth and being happy and healthy are great for your heart. Keepin mind that we are here for you to “Create Community ThroughPeople, Parks & Programs”.Your Team at Lompoc Recreation DivisionWHAT’S NEW!CHECK IT OUT!NEWBEGINNING MEDITATIONpage 4FILLMORE & WESTERNRAILWAY - A RIDE TO THENORTH POLEpage 10NEWYOGApage 13NEWZUMBApage 13SANTA VISITSpage 9Lompoc Recreation • (805) 875-8100

ACTIVE OLDER ADULT PROGRAMSWe Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsACTIVE OLDERADULT 2013— ▼ —Programs are FREE for participants 50 years of age andolder, unless otherwise indicated. The Lompoc RecreationDivision reserves the right to cancel or change class locationsand/or times due to low participation, or unexpectedcircumstances. If you should have any questionsregarding the current programming for seniors, pleasecontact 875-8085 or 875-8100. All senior programs areheld at the Dick DeWees Community & Senior Center(DDCSC) located at 1120 West Ocean Avenue.AARP- SAFE DRIVING PROGRAMThe American Association for Retired Persons is offeringDriving Safety and Defensive Driving Tips for seniors in its“Safety Driving” Program. There is a $12 fee for AARPmembers and a $14 fee for non-members for the workbook,payable the first day of class.Instructor: TBA Rooms 105/106Session 1: Th,F 12:00PM-4:00PM TBASession 2: Th,F 12:00PM-4:00PM TBASession 3: Th 12:00PM-4:00PM TBASession 4: Th 12:00PM-4:00PM TBAAMERICAN CANCER SOCIETYStop by for information on local FREE services for cancerpatients, cancer prevention and early detection. Specialevents include the Daffodil Days Campaign and Relay forLife. Sign up as a volunteer driver or find out how YOU cansupport the fight against cancer. Please call 875-8085 foran appointment.Instructor: Cancer Society Staff Room 118Session 1: M 9:00AM -12:00PM 9/9-12/16APRIA HEALTHCAREIf you are currently an Apria patient and are in need of additionalequipment/supplies, please come and join ourworkshop. No appointments are necessary. We will haverespiratory therapists to assist you. Apria Health care willbe offering community education about obstructive sleepapnea and the need for oxygen. If you should have anyquestions do not hesitate to call (805) 783-7412.Instructors: Apria Staff Room 102Session 1: F 10:00AM-4:00PM 9/27Session 2: F 10:00AM-4:00PM 10/25Session 3: F 10:00AM-4:00PM 11/22Session 4: F 10:00AM-4:00PM 12/27BEGINNING MEDITATIONLearn how to relax, unwind, and simply “be” through meditation.This class will explore various methods of meditationand dispel all your prior myths and misconceptions.Meditation increases focus, attention span and improvesmemory. There is a $3 pre-registration fee per class takenat the Anderson Recreation Center.Instructor: Susan Hurst Room 106Session 1: Th 10:30AM-11:30AM 9/5-9/12BLOOD PRESSURE CHECKSLompoc Valley Volunteer Nurses will be giving free bloodpressure checks to keep you updated on the status of yourblood pressure. Stay healthy and monitor your blood pressurewith this free service!Facilitator: Lompoc Valley NursesLibrarySession 1: F 9:30AM-12:00PM 9/6Session 2: W 9:30AM-12:00PM 10/9Session 3: Th 9:30AM-12:00PM 11/7Session 4: F 9:30AM-12:00PM 12/6BRAILLE INSTITUTEThe Braille Institute will be available the 4th Friday of themonth to do low-cost vision care. To schedule an appointment,please call 682-6222.Instructor: Braille Institute Staff Room 102Session 1: F 9:30AM-2:00PM 9/27Session 2: F 9:30AM-2:00PM 10/25Session 3: F 9:30AM-2:00PM 11/22Session 4: F 9:30AM-2:00PM 12/27BROWN BAG PROGRAMThe mission of the Brown Bag Program is to provide bagsof groceries to low-income seniors as a supplement totheir own food budget and to assist seniors with maintainingan independent, self-sufficient lifestyle. To apply,please call (805) 875-8085.Facilitator: Volunteer Banquet Room 102 –C&DSession 1: M 11:00AM- 12:00PM 9/9, 9/16Session 2: M 11:00AM- 12:00PM 10/7, 10/21Session 3: M 11:00AM- 12:00PM 11/4, 11/18Session 4: M 11:00AM- 12:00PM 12/9CANCER SUPPORT GROUPAll cancer survivors (newly diagnosed, undergoing treatment,in remission or cured) are invited to attend themonthly Cancer Support Group, hosted by Joyce Morey.The group meets on the first Thursday of each month andprovides a social setting to interact and share experienceswith other Cancer survivors.Instructor: Joyce Morey Rooms 105/106Session 1: Th 1:00PM-3:00PM 9/5Session 2: Th 1:00PM-3:00PM 10/3Session 3: Th 1:00PM-3:00PM 11/7Session 4: Th 1:00PM-3:00PM 12/54(805) 875-8100 • Lompoc Recreation Division

We Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsACTIVE OLDER ADULT PROGRAMSDOMINOSDrop in and have some fun! Join others after lunch in afew games of Dominos. Have a good social time as well asexperience the enjoyment of playing Dominos and an opportunityto catch up on the latest news.Instructor: NoneIn the LoungeSession 1: M-F 12:30PM-3:00PM 9/9-12/20DUPLICATE BRIDGEIf you have played party bridge or duplicate bridge before,been away from the game for awhile, or want to hone yourduplicate playing and convention skills, come and join us!Facilitator: Varies Room 107Session 1: Tu/Th 1:00PM-3:00PM 9/3-12/31FINE & APPLIED ARTS PAINTINGThis class offers beginning to advanced instruction inacrylic painting, using oil techniques, experimenting witha palette knife in color mixing, composition, values andtechniques. Demonstration and lively class critique withvaluable discussion are a vital part of each session.Instructor: Shirley Wallace Rooms 105/106Session 1: Tu 9:00AM-12:00PM 9/3-12/17FIT INDIVIDUALIZED TRAINING: FIT 101Exercise while sitting down! This is an Arthritis based exerciseprogram to increase strength, flexibility and balance.Join the fun!Instructor: Carnahan Therapy Staff Banquet Room 102 -BSession 1: M/W 10:30AM-11:30AM 9/4-12/30GAMES: IN THE LOUNGEThe Senior Lounge has games available for your use atanytime. Feel free to stop in and play, Scrabble, Monopoly,Yahtzee and Cards.GENERATIONS ON-LINE CLASS /COMPUTER ROOM ACCESSWelcome to a program that provides a one on one, onscreenexperience with the computer. You will be shownhow to navigate the Internet, E-mail and various programs,in a relaxed environment. Path Point provides this free program.For an appointment, please call 875.8085. Our computerroom is open and available if you simply want topractice your skills.Class Instructor: Denise Hare Room 113 / Computer RoomM-F 9:00AM-1:00PM 9/3-12/31GRIEF RECOVERY TRANSITION GROUPTransition group, for those who have moved beyond grief,but still find the need to get together and talk about theirloss and to be with each other for social and emotionalsupportFacilitator: None Room 118Session 1: Th 10:00AM-11:30AM 9/5-12/26HICAP ASSISTANCEAssistance for Medicare beneficiaries to understand theircoverage, HMO'S and medical insurance. HICAP also assistswith billing problems and appeals. Please call 1-800-434-0222 for appointments.Facilitator: HICAP Staff Room 118Session 1: M 1:00PM-3:00PM 9/9-12/16LOOK GOOD. . . FEEL GOODLook Good…Feel Better is a program that teaches beautytechniques to women in active cancer treatment to helpthem combat the appearance-related side effects of treatment.To register, call 1-800-227-2345.Facilitator: Cancer Society Staff Room 118Session 1: Tu 1:00PM-3:00PM 10/8MARIAN HOSPICE BEREAVEMENT CARE SUPPORTMarian Hospice Bereavement Care Program in collaborationwith Lompoc Recreation Division announces a newgroup specifically for the “Newly Bereaved”; the group willbe for those who have had a loss of any kind within thelast 12 to 15 months. The group will meet the 1st and 3rdTuesday of each month. Registration is required. Pleasecall Marian Hospice to pre-register at (805) 739-3830 EXT1136.Facilitator: Marian Hospice Room 107Session 1: Tu 10:30AM - 12:00PM 9/3, 9/17Session 2: Tu 10:30AM - 12:00PM 10/1, 10/15Session 3: Tu 10:30AM - 12:00PM 11/5, 11/19Session 4: Tu 10:30AM - 12:00PM 12/3, 12/17MEMORY SCREENINGScreenings are held by appointment and take approximately45 minutes - 1 hour. The service is free, but donationsare kindly accepted to help defray costs. To make anappointment, please call (805) 875-8085.Facilitator: Mary Lou Parks Room 118Session 1: F 1:00PM-3:00PM 9/6-12/27Lompoc Recreation • (805) 875-8100

ACTIVE OLDER ADULT PROGRAMSWe Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsMOVIE MATINEEIf you don't go to the movies or own a VCR or DVD player,this is your chance to watch current movies! Join us fora fun afternoon enjoying a movie and some delicious popcornon the last Friday of the month.Facilitator: None Room 107Session 1: F 12:30PM-3:00PM 9/27Session 2: F 12:30PM-3:00PM 10/25Session 3: F 12:30PM-3:00PM TBASession 4: F 12:30PM-3:00PM 12/27PAPER CRAFTINGEnjoy uninterrupted paper crafting time in a relaxing atmosphere.Bring your own supplies for card making,scrapbooking or other paper crafts. Receive easy instructionsfor paper crafts including special instructions for seasonalgifts. A variety of tools and embellishments areavailable for use.Instructor: Sue Cook Room 105/106Session 1: F 1:00PM-5:00PM 9/13Session 2: F 1:00PM-5:00PM 10/11Session 3: F 1:00PM-5:00PM 11/8Session 4: F 1:00PM-5:00PM 12/13RAG RUG AND MISC. HANDWORKThe Rag Rug Class is branching out to encompass otherhandwork including, but not limited to, knitting, crocheting,quilting, embroidery and cross-stitch. Participants areencouraged to bring their projects and share ideas withpeople who are working on varied handwork, from easyand simplistic, to time consuming and difficult, and everythingin between. In addition to doing handwork, meetinglike minded folks and making new friends, it's a great classto come to just to get away from the TV, phone and computer.A little handwork, friendly chatter, sharing, thoughtsand ideas. We'd like to invite you to join us. This class isfor seniors 50 and older. Hope to see you there!Facilitator: Varies Rooms 105/106Session 1: Tu 1:00PM-3:00PM 9/3-12/17STRENGTH TRAINING CLASSCome and join a free Strength Training Class. Increase balance,coordination, and flexibility while having FUN. Thisclass uses sitting and standing positions only to aid in agentle approach to wellness. Terri, the instructor, makesthis class fun and enjoyable.Instructor: Terri Robinson Room 102Session 1: Tu /Th 9:00AM-10:00AM 9/3-12/31THE TEA LEAVESTea Leaves is a local group of women writers who meetthe 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the month. Their group of12 members conducts writing exercises and presentsreadings of their writings which can include prose or poetryand fiction or non-fiction for constructive critique. Ifthe group has been filled, a waiting list will be established.New guests are encouraged to attend three sessions to seeif it is a good fit for them. Trust among Tea Leave membersmust be established. To sign up for the group, please call:875-8085Facilitator: Mary Lou Parks Room 105Session 1: W 9:30AM-11:00AM 9/4, 9/18Session 2: W 9:30AM-11:00AM 10/2, 10/16Session 3: W 9:30AM-11:00AM 11/6, 11/20Session 4: W 9:30AM-11:00AM 12/4, 12/18TOPS (TAKE OFF POUNDS SENSIBLY)Do you want to lose or maintain your weight? Then TOPSis for you. A World Wide organization with a local chapter,designed to help people lose weight through healthy eating,activities, and the support of fellow members. Ourmission is to support our members as they Take OffPounds Sensibly. Come join our weekly club and lose. Ourleader is Kathleen Remington, and we meet every Thursdaymorning. Please call 736-1489 for more information.Facilitator: Kathleen Remington Room 105 & 106Weigh-in: Th 8:00AM-8:55AM 9/5-12/26Meetings: Th 9:00AM-10:00AM 9/5-12/26A “FIVE WISHES” document is the first living will thattalks about your personal, emotional and spiritual needsas well as your medical wishes. It lets you choose theperson you want to make health care decisions for youif you are not able to make them for yourself. Call ouroffice at 875-8085 for more information.Community Action CommissionThe Community Action Commission (CAC) offers anutritional lunch program forSeniors age 60 and older, Monday through Friday.Lunch is served 11:45 am – 12:00 pm. For moreinformation call 805-310-1557Senior Programs will be closed on the following days to observe those Holidays:Sept 2 nd , Nov 11, Nov 28-29 & Dec 24-256(805) 875-8100 • Lompoc Recreation Division

SPECIAL EVENTSLOMPOC VALLEYPHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITIONThis is a great event toallow a creative outlet forall ages. This event has sixdifferent categories ofcompetition, youth (K –8th grade), teen (9th –12th grade), Adultamateur (18 & older) andAdult professional (18 &older), nature (all ages),faces (all ages). Ribbonswill be given to first,second and third place in each category andBest of Show. Please submit photos betweenAugust 26 through October 4 to the AndersonRecreation Center front desk. Call 875-8100 forcompetition application and rules for enteringyour photo.Ages: 5 years and upDate: Saturday, October 12 thTime: 10:00AM-2:00PMLocation: Anderson Recreation CenterWe Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsMAKE A DIFFERENCE DAYMake A Difference Day is the most encompassingnational day of helping others -- a celebration ofneighbors helping neighbors. Everyone can participatein one way or another. Make A Difference Day is anannual event that takes place on the fourth Saturday ofevery October and this year, we are going to really –MAKE A DIFFERENCE! Contact Diane Najera at 875-8034by October 1st if you have an idea for a specific projectif to improve our community or you or your group canget involved in a project with family and friends.Ages: AllDate: Saturday,October 26 thWALKING ON WATERThe Challenge: Design and Build two separate, but mirrorimage buoyancy shoes, not to exceed 8’ in length, such thatone person can operate and control the shoes using only hisor her feet. This is a human powered apparatus. All materialsare allowed, however the total cost can not exceed $100 (thisinclude the value of donated items).Each Water Racer will traverse from one end of the competitivepool to the other, a distance of 25 yards. Each WaterRacer will compete twice. Your combined (final) time will bejudged against others in the following categories;Categories Entry FeePre-High School $5High School $5College $10Community $10Check – In: 1:00 PMTime: 2:00 PM – Race BeginsLocation: Lompoc Aquatic CenterDate: Sunday, November 10 thFee for spectators: $2.00Come out and enjoy a great family experience at RiverPark. This event is geared for all ages and abilitylevels for people to experience a great 3-mile race. AT-Shirt will be included with your registration andprizes will be awarded for 1 st & 2 nd place in eachcategory.Ages:Session/Date:Check – In:Time:TURKEY TROT –3 MILE FUN RUNLocation:River Park, Fitness TrailFees:$15.00 Pre-registration$20.00 On-site registration7 and upSunday, November 24 th8:00 AM – 8:45 AM9:00 AM – Start Time8(805) 875-8100 • Lompoc Recreation Division

EXCURSIONSEXCURSIONS— ▼ —DAY EXCURSIONSTransportation is provided in an air-conditioned 15-passenger van ora 20-passenger bus. Pre-registration is required 2 weeks in advanceof excursion date. Meals and souvenirs are the responsibility of theindividual participant. The Lompoc Recreation Division reserves theright to cancel an excursion due to insufficient registration, weatherconditions, or unexpected circumstances. If you decide to cancel afterthe deadline date has passed, a refund cannot be issued unless anothercustomer fills the space. Waivers are needed for each excursionand have to be completed prior to boarding the vehicle. A letter will besent to all participants one week in advance with the final schedule ofthe day including the departure time. The departure time listed on yourreceipt is an estimated time, the letter will confirm the final departuretime. Unless specified, all of our excursions are designed for all ages.Any participant under the age of 18 years old MUST be accompaniedby a paying adult. A letter will be sent one week in advance withfinal schedule of the day including departure time for the time listedon the receipt is an estimated time.PAINTED CABERNETThe Painted Cabernet speaks to the artist in all of us. The upscaleurban studio, located in the heart of downtown Santa Barbara, offersa friendly and creative environment for any occasion. Our instructionalartist will walk you step by step through the painting experience givingone-on-one instruction while giving you the time to sip a little wine,visit with your neighbor, listen to some great music and have a funnight out. The studio offers oodles of fabulous choices for your personalmasterpiece, and offers fabulous wines from the Santa Barbararegion, allowing you to "sip and stroke in style". Participants must be21 years of age or older.Session 1: Sa 10:30PM-5:00PM 9/28 $60MONTEREY & CARMELDiscover the diversity of our California Coast! There's the sleepy villageof Carmel-By-The-Sea, where no one has a street address. Thentravel to Monterey where you'll be free to explore Cannery Row, theMonterey Bay Aquarium, and the quaint coastline. Admission to theAquarium is not included.Session 1: Sa 8:00AM-8:00PM 10/19 $30HEARST CASTLE AT CHRISTMASSpend your day sightseeing in the beautiful town of Cambria and thenexperience an evening full of Christmas at the Castle. In full Christmasdecoration, the Castle is made to look as it would have in the1920's. Join us for a room-by-room tour of the Castle in all its holidayglory! Space is limited so register early!Session 1: Sa 2:30PM-10:30PM 12/7 $65FILLMORE & WESTERN RAILWAY- A RIDE TO THE NORTH POLEFamily fun on a vintage train to celebrate Christmas and the Holidays!Come in your pajamas & bring your teddy bears for the trip to the"North Pole". Elves make the exciting trip with you to the "North Pole"where Santa is awaiting our arrival. To help make sure you get intothe spirit of the holiday, a story is read, Christmas carols are sang,and a snack of cookies and chocolate milk is served. All that is left todo now is believe!Session 1: Sa 4:30AM-8:30PM 12/14 $60We Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsMULTI-DAY EXCURSIONSLompoc Recreation Division is now offering overnight excursionsavailable through Premier World Discovery! Registration is availableat the Anderson Recreation Center located at 125 West Walnut Avenue,Monday through Friday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Depositsare due at registration. For a more detailed itinerary for the tours listedbelow, please call 875-8100 or pick up a flyer at the Anderson RecreationCenter. Price is per person for double occupancy and dateslisted are for 2014. Please call 875-8100 for prices per trip.GREAT TRAINS AND GRAND CANYONSHave you always wanted to see how ‘grand’ the Grand Canyon was?Well now is your chance, by train! Enjoy a 6 day, 5 night stay while lettingsomeone do the driving! This tour includes five nights in Sedona,Sedona Trolley Tour featuring the Chapel of the Holy Cross and theAirport Mesa for spectacular views. Begin Day three with an unforgettableday with a drive through the amazing Oak Creek canyon,board the Grand Canyon Railway and be amazed by the awe-inspiringSouth Rim view of the Grand Canyon National Park. Tour includesroundtrip airfare, sightseeing and admissions per itinerary, eightmeals, hotel transfers, professional tour direction, motor coach transportationand baggage handling.Session 1 Su 3/30-4/4TREASURES OF IRELANDNow is the time to visit Ireland featuring Dublin, Limerick and Killarney!Some of the tour highlights include a Dublin City Tour, Old JamesonWhiskey Distillery, Jaunting Car Ride, Muckross House andGardens and the Blarney Castle & Woolen Mills. Tour includesroundtrip airfare, 7 night hotel accommodations, sightseeing and admissionsper itinerary, eleven meals, hotel transfers, professional tourdirection, motor coach transportation and baggage handling.Session 1: M 4/21-4/29WASHINGTON DC AND WILLIAMSBURGTour highlights include Arlington National Cemetery, Washington DCCity Tour to include World War II, Iwo Jima, Korean & Vietnam WarMemorials, Capitol Hill and Embassy Row. DC Twilight IlluminationTour, Smithsonian Institution and so much more!!Tour includesroundtrip airfare, 6 night hotel accommodations, sightseeing and admissionsper itinerary, nine meals, hotel transfers, professional tour direction,motor coach transportation and baggage handling.Session 1 Th 9/25-10/1PARIS, NORMANDY & THE LOIRE VALLEYTour highlights include Caen, Monet’s House, Normandy, Utah BeachMuseum, Paris City Tour, Notre Dame Cathedral, Champs Elysees, EiffelTower and so much more!! Tour includes roundtrip airfare, 7 nighthotel accommodations, sightseeing and admissions per itinerary, ninemeals, hotel transfers, professional tour direction, motor coach transportationand baggage handling.Session 1 Tu 11/2-11/10“We Create Community ThroughPeople, Parks and Programs”10(805) 875-8100 • Lompoc Recreation Division

We Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsADULT PROGRAMSADULTPROGRAMS— ▼ —CAKE DECORATING – BEGINNING/ 14 & UPA fun class to learn the basics of creating special cakes. Celebrateall of those special occasions, holidays, birthdays, oranniversaries with cakes that you've decorated... just like theprofessionals! A supply list is available during registration.Instructor: Arlene Carlon $36(R), $43(N) ARCSession 1: T 6:30PM-8:30PM 9/24-10/29CAKE DECORATING – ADVANCED/ 14 & UPCelebrate those special occasions with your family and friends byparticipating in a fun class to learn more specialized skills as itapplies to cake decorating. A supply list is available duringregistration and previous cake decorating experience is required.Instructor: Arlene Carlon $36(R), $43(N) ARCSession 1: T 6:30PM-8:30PM 11/12-12/17CHA CHA COOKING CLUB PRESENTS KITCHEN ACADEMY/ALL AGESAre you cooking healthy and delicious homemade meals fromscratch? Would you like to up your dinner game? Does yourcooking core need a workout? Need a little spice and freshness toadd flavor? Our Kitchen Academy will stir your imagination andfire up your culinary passion. Learn to cook FEARLESSLY!!Eachclass includes hands-on experience, recipes, menu ideas, preptips, laughter, and dinner together. Meet inspiring home cooks,celebrity chefs, gardeners, expert organizers, and healthprofessionals. Prepare & enjoy a delicious meal. Students comewith your parents, bring your homework, and take advantage ofour kitchen table tutoring session. Register for one or all classes.17 & younger must be accompanied by a paying adult. A materialfee of $12-$18 will be due to the instructor for each session.Instructor: Dulcie Sinn $20 (R), $24 (N)DDCSCSession 1: Th 5:30PM-7:45PM 9/12 Sharpen YourKitchen Knife SkillsSession 2: Th 5:30PM-7:45PM 10/10 Indian CuisineSession 3: Th 5:30PM-7:45PM 11/14 Holiday SidesSession 4: Th 5:30PM-7:45PM 12/12 TamalesCHA CHA COOKING CLUB PRESENTS TASTINGS, TAPAS &TEAMSCelebrate local produce and wine from Lompoc Valley and SantaRita Hills. Learn how to purchase, present, and pair wine whileenjoying tapas, “small plates” freshly prepared. Test your cookingskills in friendly team competitions. Learn the language of winetasting and never be intimidated when visiting wineries or servingyour guests. Recipes, menu ideas, and prep tips from experts. Amaterial fee of $25 will be due to the instructor for each session.Participants must be 21 years old or older.Instructor: Dulcie Sinn $20 (R), $24 (N)DDCSCSession 1: Su 1:00PM-3:00PM 10/20Session 1: Su 1:00PM-3:00PM 11/17DANCE-SOCIAL DANCING FOR BEGINNERS/ 18 & UPHaven't you always wanted to learn to dance? But dancing seemsso complicated, and you've always been a hopeless klutz. Well,this class is for you! There will be no new physical skills to learn,no complicated movements to memorize. We use what youalready know how to do—mostly walking—to teach you thefundamental elements of popular social dances like foxtrot, waltz,rumba, swing, and cha-cha. Nothing fancy or complicated, this istruly a beginner’s class. If you can walk, you can dance. Pleasejoin us.Instructor: Rebecca Reid $36(R), $43.20(N) DDCSCSession 1: W 7:00PM-8:00PM 9/11-10/16DANCE- WALTZ/ 18 & UPWaltz is one of the oldest and most familiar of the standardballroom dances. It shocked the world when it was firstintroduced because partners connected directly and held eachother in their arms. No longer considered shocking, waltz stillconnects dance partners to each other and to beautiful music.Come glide across the floor with us!Instructor: Rebecca Reid $36(R), $43.20(N) DDCSCSession 1: W 8:00PM-9:00PM 9/11-10/16DANCE- EAST COAST SWING: BEYOND THE BASICSReady to really rock and roll? We are moving beyond the basicsof East Coast Swing, so get ready for some high energy fun! Thisclass is for people who have taken at least one beginning class.We'll begin with a review of some foundational moves in weekone, then move on to fun, fabulous patterns to keep you rockin'all night!Instructor: Rebecca Reid $36(R), $43.20(N) DDCSCSession 1: W 7:00PM-8:00PM 10/30-12/4If there is a program that you would like to have yourLompoc Recreation Division offer,Please give us a call at875-8100.Lompoc Recreation • (805) 875-8100

ADULT PROGRAMSWe Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsDANCE- FOXTROT/ 18 & UPGet ready to glide across the dance floor. Foxtrotis the all-American ballroom dance, born and bred in the USA.Whether you enjoy Frank Sinatra or Harry Connick Jr., Fred Astiareor Rod Stewart's latest releases, foxtrot fits! We'll begin with thefundamentals, then teach you how to build simple steps intocreative combinations limited only by your imagination. Foxtrotis fun!Instructor: Rebecca Reid $36(R), $43.20(N) DDCSCSession 1: W 8:00PM-9:00PM 10/30-12/4DANCE FITNESS / 18 & UPDance Fitness is exercise in disguise! Dancing is a great way torelieve stress and lose weight. When it comes to aerobic activitymost people dread it, but everyone enjoys dancing to their favoritejams. Imagine having fun while exercising!! * Classes may becancelled due to holidays, prorated fees at time of registration.Instructor: Keith Marshall $30(R), $36(N) ARCSession 1: M/W 6:00PM-7:00PM 9/4-9/30Session 2: M/W 6:00PM-7:00PM 10/2-10/30Session 3: M/W 6:00PM-7:00PM 11/4-11/27*Session 4: M/W 6:00PM-7:00PM 12/2-12/30*DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY- BEGINNING/ 18 & UPThis course provides basic instructions on how to use a digitalcamera and output the picture to a photo quality printer.Participants will get hands-on experience and instruction onshooting indoors under various lighting conditions with andwithout flash. Outdoor shooting will emphasize available light andflash-fill of people, lines, shapes, and textures. How to downloadphotos, print, and save them for future use. A materials fee isdue to the instructor on the first day of class. The materials fee willcover 4x6 prints & DVD storage of photographs from yourmemory cards.Instructor: Clayton Fogle $80(R), $96(N)DDCSCSession 1: M 6:30PM-9:00PM 9/9-10/28Session 2: Sa 9:00AM-11:30AM 10/19-11/30DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY 201/ 18 & UPDigital Photography 201 is a hands-on project based intermediateclass to Digital photography. This class provides intermediateinstructions on how to use a digital camera, available lighting andartificial lighting to photograph Small Products, Portraits, andEvents, Digitizing old photographs, archiving and printing them.Students will choose one assignment they are interested in witha weekend field trip.Instructor: Clayton Fogle $80(R), $96(N)DDCSCSession 1: M 6:30PM-9:00PM 11/4-12/30KARATE-TANG SOO DO/ 18 & UPThis ancient martial art, originating in Korea, is a method ofempty-hand and foot fighting based on the scientific use of thebody in self-defense. This mysterious art is designed to developindividual character, mental strength, integrity and respect forothers. This course offers a $5.00 family discount.Instructor: Theodore Jackson $50(R), $60(N) CABeginning ClassSession 1: T/Th 5:30PM-6:45PM 9/3-9/26Session 2: T/Th 5:30PM-6:45PM 10/1-10/31Session 3: T/Th 5:30PM-6:45PM 11/5-11/26Session 4: T/Th 5:30PM-6:45PM 12/3-12/31Advanced ClassSession 1: T/Th 7:00PM-8:15PM 9/3-9/26Session 2: T/Th 7:00PM-8:15PM 10/1-10/31Session 3: T/Th 7:00PM-8:15PM 11/5-11/26Session 4: T/Th 7:00PM-8:15PM 12/3-12/31PAPER CRAFTING WITH CRICUT / 14 & UPLearn how to use the Cricut die cutting machine. You can bringyour own machine or use the Cricut Expression (you may bringyour own cartridges to use on this machine). Bring your ownpaper crafts and supplies. Each session includes instructions foran easy to make paper craft using the Cricut. Other tools for youruse include: the Slice and cartridges, eBosser, Cuttlebug dies,Sizzix dies, embossing folders, a variety of punches, and otherembellishments. A discount is offered when you sign up for boththe Paper Crafting with Cricut & the Paper Crafting Workshop.Instructor: Sue Cook $10DDCSCSession 1: F 6:00PM-10:00PM 9/13Session 2: F 6:00PM-10:00PM 10/11Session 3: F 6:00PM-10:00PM 11/8Session 4: F 6:00PM-10:00PM 12/13PAPER CRAFTING WORKSHOP/ 14 & UPEnjoy 4 or 8 hours of uninterrupted paper crafting time! Bringyour own paper crafts and supplies. Learn how to use thefollowing tools for your paper crafting projects: Cricut Expression(you may bring your own cartridges to use on this machine), theSlice and cartridges, eBosser, Cuttlebug and dies, Sizzix dies,embossing folders, and a variety of punches. There are alsoembellishments available for use. Full day workshop includeslunch. A discount is offered when you sign up for both the PaperCrafting with Cricut & the Paper Crafting Workshop.Instructor: Sue Cook $25 full day/$10 4 hours DDCSCSession 1: Sa 9:00AM-5:00PM 9/14Session 2: Sa 9:00AM-5:00PM 10/12Session 3: Sa 9:00PM-5:00PM 11/9Session 4: Sa 9:00PM-5:00PM 12/14(805) 875-8100 • 12Lompoc Recreation Division

We Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsADULT PROGRAMSSHOTOKAN KARATE DO/ 16 & UPThis class specializes in professional Shotokan Karate-Doinstruction, philosophy and physical conditioning with anemphasis on reflex development, timing, hand-eye coordination,balance and sense of well being. Basic skills, forms and sparringdrills will be stressed equally to offer students a balanced trainingprogram. *Classes may be cancelled due to holidays, pro-ratedfees at time of registration.Sensei: Vito Pascua $40(R), $48(N) CASession 1: M/W 6:00PM-7:30PM 9/4-9/30Session 2: M/W 6:00PM-7:30PM 10/2-10/30Session 3: M/W 6:00PM-7:30PM 11/4-11/27*Session 4: M/W 6:00PM-7:30PM 12/2-12/30*STRESS RELIEF TOOLS & TRICKS ONE DAY WORKSHOP/ 18 & UPSTRESS-everyone complains about it but few know what to doabout it. Work or family problems? Financial woes? In chronicpain? These and more create stress in your life and your body,impacting your health and happiness. Come and learn simple,easy, practical stress reducing techniques from around the worldancientand modern, cutting edge and fun. Learn how to createyour own Stress Relief Toolkit. A $5 materials fee is due to theinstructor the day of class and please bring a notebook for notes.Instructor: Mary Walsh $30 (R), $36 (N)DDCSCSession 1: Sa 10AM-3PM 9/28Session 2: Sa 10AM-3PM 11/16YOGA/ 18 & UPAll levels from beginner to intermediate are welcome at this class.This course emphasizes relaxation and the calming of the mind.Yoga will allow you to feel the true path to peace and will help youappreciate that life is here to be lived! *Classes may be cancelleddue to holidays, prorated fees at time of registration.Instructor: Sunhwa Kraerner $30(R), $36(N) DDCSCSession 1: M/W 5:00PM-6:00PM 9/4-9/30Session 2: M/W 5:00PM-6:00PM 10/2-10/30Session 3: M/W 5:00PM-6:00PM 11/4-11/27*Session 4: M/W 5:00PM-6:00PM 12/2-12/30*INSTRUCTORSWANTED!!!Do you have a talent or skill you would like to share with yourcommunity? Are you interested in earning some extra moneyand at the same time, making a difference in the lives ofothers? If so, we invite you to consider teaching a class.Contact our Parks and Recreation Department at875-8100 to find out more!ZUMBA!/ 16 & UPZumba is a fusion of Latin and International music-dance themescreating a dynamic, exciting and effective Fitness System. Theroutines feature aerobic and fitness intervals training with acombination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt thebody. You don’t have to know how to dance Zumba! *Classesmay be cancelled due to holidays, prorated fees at time ofregistration.Instructor: Korene Rafuse $35 (R), $42 (N) DDCSCSession 1: M/W 5:30PM-6:30PM 9/4-9/30Session 2: T/Th 6:00PM-7:00PM 9/3-9/26Session 3: M/W 5:30PM-6:30PM 10/2-10/30Session 4: T/Th 6:00PM-7:00PM 10/1-10/31Session 5: M/W 5:30PM-6:30PM 11/4-11/27*Session 6: T/Th 6:00PM-7:00PM 11/5-11/28*Session 7: M/W 5:30PM-6:30PM 12/2-12/30*Session 8: T/Th 6:00PM-7:00PM 12/3-12/31*TAI CHI/ 18 & UPThis 4 week class is intended for young and older adults and noprevious experience necessary. Within the 4 weeks you will learnthe first series of Ba-Qua Tai Chi as taught in Chico. Movementmeditation that instills grace to movement, relaxes the mind, givesense of well beginning while learning the mother of martial arts.*Classes may be cancelled due to holidays, prorated fees at timeof registration.Instructor: Yisrael Isaacsson $40(R), $48(N) DDCSCSession 1: T/Th 6:00PM-7:00PM 9/3-9/26Session 2: T/Th 6:00PM-7:00PM 10/1-10/31Session 3: T/Th 6:00PM-7:00PM 11/5-11/28*Session 4: T/Th 6:00PM-7:00PM 12/3-12/31*Looking to stay fit…..try one of ourwalking or fitness trails in yourneighborhood City Parks• Ryon Park walking trail is 1330 feet, just 10 feetover ¼ mile• Beattie Park walking and fitness trail is 2172 feet,468 feet shy of ½ mile• River Park’s walking trail is 5138 feet in length,which is 142 feet short of a mile.• Riverbend Multi-Purpose trail is 2.25 miles• AHC Bikeway Connector trail is one mileLompoc Recreation • (805) 875-8100

ADULT SPORTSADULTSPORTS— ▼ —Whether it’s spiking or hitting a grand slam…..the Lompoc RecreationDivision has a sports program for you! Team sports traditionallyplay ten games with playoffs. Teams are separated into divisionsof compatible ability. Adult sports league participants must be atleast 16 years of age.The team entry fee covers the costs of officials, facility attendants,equipment, utilities, awards, balls (softballs only), a portion of administrativecosts, and supplies. League fees are based on currentcosts and are subject to change. Teams consisting of 50% or moreof their players living within the Lompoc city limits will be given a $25resident discount.INTERESTED PLAYERS LISTAre you interested in participating in City League sports, but don’thave a clue who to play with? Get your name on the Interested PlayersList. Managers looking for players can call the Lompoc RecreationDivision at 875-8100.PMBF-PLAYER’S MEDICAL BENEFIT FUNDThe Player’s Medical Benefit Fund gives medical financial aid to playersat supervised locations and programs under the Southern CaliforniaMunicipal Athletic Federation. For those with no medicalinsurance, PMBF offers a source of reimbursement that any one participantcan receive in any one period of 12 consecutive months is$500.BASKETBALL LEAGUE/ 16 & UPJoin the fun by playing a little hoop against other teams. Games areplayed during the week after 6:00 pm. Men’s division will be offered.Teams must provide uniforms with six-inch numbers on the back oftheir jerseys. Teams may roster up to ten (10) players. This leagueplays by modified high school rules. Get your team in early to securea spot, limited space available. Fees are based per team.Registration Dates 7/29-8/30$425.00 (R) $450.00 (NR) Lompoc Valley Middle SchoolSession 1: M 6:00PM-10:00PM 9/9-12/2SLOW-PITCH SOFTBALL LEAGUE/ 16 & UPMen's, Women's, Church and Coed. All ability levels are welcome.NEW!! – ALL TEAMS WILL USE BATS PROVIDED BY THE RECRE-ATION DIVISION – NO EXCEPTIONS! Those 16 and older are eligible.Men’s teams may roster up to 16 players, Coed teams may rosterup to 16 with 4 additional substitutes. This league plays modifiedSCMAF softball rules. 10 week season and playoffs. $42.00 additionalfor PMBF. Registration Dates 7/29-8/30.Ryon & Thompson Softball FieldsCoed League $462.00 (R) $487.00 (NR)Session 1: S 4:00PM-11:00PM 9/15-12/15Men’s League $445.00 (R) $470.00 (NR)Session 1: W/Th 6:00PM-11:00PM 9/18-12/12*Mandatory Managers Meeting on Wednesday, September 11 at 6:00 PM.We Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsCOED SOCCER LEAGUE 7 ON 7/ 16 & UPCoed Soccer is open to all ability levels. Teams may roster up to 14players. This league plays modified SCMAF / Cal South Soccer rules.10 week season and playoffs. Days of the week are open to changedepending on request. $42.00 additional for PMBF.Registration Dates 7/29-8/30$445.00 (R) $470.00 (NR) Riverbend ParkSession 1: S 10:00AM-4:00PM 9/8-12/8*Mandatory Managers Meeting on Wednesday, September 4th at 6:00 PM.TURKEY 3 MILE FUN RUN / 7 YEARS & UPCome out and enjoy a great family experience at River Park. Thisevent is geared for all ages and ability levels for people to experiencea great 3-mile race. A T-Shirt will be included in your registration -prizes will be awarded for 1st and 2nd place in each category.Check-in 8:00AM – 8:45AM.River Park $15 Pre-Reg, $20 On-SiteSession 1: S 9:00AM-10:00AM 11/24UPCOMING – SPRING 2014Slow Pitch Softball, Coed Volleyball, 5 on 5 Basketball,11th Annual Golf Tournament, Annual Poker TournamentN E E D A Passport?Lompoc Recreation Division is a localPassport Application Acceptance Facility!Make your plans a few months in advance to allowenough time to process your passport application.Standard passport processing is taking up to 6 weekscurrently, so don’t delay. If you are traveling sooner, specialarrangements can be made.Walk-ins are accepted Monday through Friday from9:00 am – 4:30 pm, or special arrangements can be madeby appointment.Please call the Anderson Recreation Center at 875-8100 formore information on what you need to bring with you orvisit our website at 875-8100 • Lompoc Recreation Division

We Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsAQUATICSLompoc Recreation DivisionAQUATICS— ▼ —PUBLIC SWIM FEESUnder 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1.00 per entry2 years – 12 years . . . . . . . . . .$3.00 per entry13 years – 17 years . . . . . . . . . .$3.50 per entry18 years – 59 years . . . . . . . . . .$4.00 per entry60 & Older . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3.00 per entryPOOL RULESFor the protection & enjoyment of all aquatic patrons,we ask that you familiarize yourself with the programand facility regulations1. All patrons must shower before entering the pools..2. Proper swimsuits are required for those entering thepool, no cut-offs of any type or t-shirts allowed. Metalexposed zippers, buckles, rivets or metal ornamentationare not permitted.3. Adults with Children age 3 and under must be in thewater within arms reach at all times. (1 - 1 ratio).4. Upon arrival at the Aquatic Center children who need adultsupervision will be given a wristband matching one thatwill be given to the parent/guardian. Wristbands will beissued and must be worn by both parent/guardian andchild at all times.5. Children under the age of 3 must be fitted with a swimdiaper and snug fitting plastic pants.6. Children ages 4 through 6 must be supervised by anadult in the water at all times (1 - 2 ratio).7. Children 8 years old and younger must be accompaniedby an adult at all times.8. Children under 12 years may play on and be in theAquaPlay area.9. No food, drinks, or gum permitted in the dressing roomsor the pool area.10. Children of the opposite sex, over 5 years of age, mustchange in the appropriate dressing room or the familychanging room.11. Inflatable toys, mattresses, or water wings are notallowed.12. Glass or other breakable objects are not allowed in thefacility.13. No food, drink or gum permitted inside the facility.14. No cell phone use in the locker rooms.15. A complete list of pool rules is available at the AndersonRecreation Center & Lompoc Aquatic Center.POOL CLOSURESThanksgiving, November 28December 23-27, Minor RepairsJanuary 1, 2014.Competition Pool & Lap Lanes will beclosed for a USA swimming CompetitionSeptember 28 From 7 AM to 1 PM15THEPASS IS HERE!A GREAT CONVENIENT OPTION FORFAMILIES TO ENJOY THELOMPOC AQUATIC CENTERPROGRAMS AND SERVICES WITH ASIMPLE SWIPE OF A CARD!The Splash Passcan be used for Recreation Swim, Lap Swim, Swim Lessons andWater Exercise ClassesConvenient, Affordable and Easy to UseGet yours today before Fall Starts!!!• Enroll in the monthly “Splash Pass” program as an individual$30.00/month), two-person household ($40.00/month) or a five-personhousehold($50.00/month)• All “Splash Pass” users would be provided a pass with their photo on it,allowing them unlimited access for regularly scheduled programs.• Each pass system would require an initial $25.00 processing fee andpre-payment of the first two months via credit card, or pre-payment ofthe entire six months in cash.For more information, contact theLompoc Recreation Division at 875-8100.Splash Pass fees are charged at the 1st of each month withcancelation requests required two weeks prior to the first of themonth. There is no pro-ration for the Splash Pass option andthere is a six month minimum commitment.ADDITIONAL RECREATION SWIM OPPORTUNITIES:1PM -3PMLabor Day, September 2 • Veterans’ Day, November 11LUSD Holidays, November 25, 26, 27, 29December 30, 31 • January 2, 3, 6-10RECREATIONAL SWIM/ALL AGESIt’s always Summer at the Lompoc Aquatic Center. The newdehumidification system keeps our inside temperaturecomfortable all year long. The Aquatic Center is made up ofthree separate pools. The all deep competitive pool. TheActivity pool, with two 125-foot water slides, the shallowlap pool and the Aqua Play with more than 20 interactivefeatures which includes twin waterslides, water cannons,and the famous “Bucket”.Session 1: SA-SU1:00 PM – 3:00 PMFRI3:30PM – 5:00PMINNER TUBESFor only one dollar you can rent one of our water park innertubes to float around the Competition Pool with your friends(All tube users must be able to demonstrate their ability toswim to participate in the all deep Competitive Pool).FEE: $ • (805) 875-8100

AQUATICSWe Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsLEARN - TO - SWIM LESSONSAfter years of working with our young swimmers andlistening to our patrons, we have made some significantchanges to your Learn – to – Swim program at theLompoc Aquatic Center.Simplicity: The fundamental elements of swimmingare organized into 10 stages. Each station buildsupon skills learned at the previous class.Goal Driven: Advancement criteria have been establishedwhich provide the student (and parents)with clear tests for advancement.Advancement: Advancement is objective driven: agewill not play a significant role.FALL LAP SWIM OPPORTUNITIESBeginning Monday, August 31 through December 31Time5:45 am-7:30amDENOTES LAPSWIM OPPORTUNITESComp PoolLap lanes9:30 am-11:30 am Comp Pool11:30 am-1 pm Comp PoolLap LanesTherapy1 pm-3 pm Comp PoolMon | Tues | Wed | Thur | Fri | Sat | Sun✱✱✱ 8:30 am✱✱✱ to 10 am✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱Quality Control: Student skills are evaluated by a supervisorat least twice during the stage.4 pm-6:30 pm Lap Lanes Limted Swim Lessons✱Class size: Recommendation for the following stage:Stages 1-3, 4-6 studentsStages 4-7, 6-8 studentsStages 8-10, 8-10 students5 pm-6:30 pm Comp Pool6:30 pm-7:30 pm Comp Pool6:30 pm-7:30 pm Lap Lanes✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱✱LOCKER RENTALSNo need to bring a lock or worry about your valuables, wehave ample lockers available to secure your clothes andvaluables while you are enjoying our facility.FEE: $.25Sun LotionThe Lompoc Aquatic Center is a unique indoor facility withretractable ceiling panels. During warm sunny days, theceiling panels may be open to bring the outdoors in for theenjoyment of our pool users. You may wish to use skinprotection such as, hats, rash guards, and water proofsunscreens. If you choose to use a sunscreen, please makesure you apply it 30 minutes before entering the pool.Sunscreen is a filter that must be applied to the skin 20-30minutes before exposure.Sun Block (zinc oxide & titanium dioxide) is not absorbed andthe blocking effects are immediate.Please use only water-proof products.PARENT & TOT SWIMWe have set time aside for infants and toddlers toexperience and enjoy the wonderful world of aquatics withtheir adult companions. This quiet time will allow you toenjoy quality time together in the 85 degree Aqua Play area.This area ranges in depth from 0 to 2.5' deep. Children arerequired to wear swim diapers, covered with plastic pants.The water features are not on at this time.Ages:Infant & Toddler with ParentSession 1: M-SAT11:30AM – 1:00PMRENT THE POOLSeveral areas are available for rent for your group. TheAquaPlay at $75.00 per hour, the Activity Pool at$150.00 per hour and the patio for $40.00 per hour,are some of your options. For more information aboutrental availability please call the Anderson RecreationCenter at 875-8100. The rental times are as follows:Fridays:5:15 PM – 7:15 PMSaturdays:10:00 PM – 11:30 PM3:15 PM – 5:15 PM • 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM(Only Available when the 3:15 PM time slot is booked).Sundays:10:00 AM – 11:30 AM • 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM3:15 PM – 5:15 PM • 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM(Only Available when the 3:15 PM time slot is booked).*Please note that the pool will be cleared 10 minutes prior tothe rental end time to allow sufficient time to clear thebuilding**1 ½ hour minimum pool rental required.SENIOR DROP-IN WATER POLOEach Wednesday night from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM join localcurrent and past polo players, 15 and above, as theyscrimmage in organized games. Local coaches and locallegends officiate these games to ensure fair play in thisdemanding sport.FEE: $3.00*NOT INCLUDED in the Splash Pass16(805) 875-8100 • Lompoc Recreation Division

We Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsAQUATICSSWIM LESSON SCHEDULE • FALL 2013STAGE -1 (STARFISH)Gradual water adaptation, movement in the water.Breath holding and release, submersion of theface, opening eyes underwater, blowing bubbles,bobbing with bubbles and air exchange.Advancement Skills: 10 relaxed Bobs.STAGE – 2 (MINNOW)Front float and recovery, front glide and recovery,back float and recovery, back glide and recovery.Advancement Skills: Front glide and recovery 5 –sec, Back glide and recovery 5 – sec.STAGE – 3 (PUFFER FISH)Porpoising, front kick, glide, and recovery, backkick, glide and recovery. Advancement Skills:Front kick 15 – feet. Back kick 15 – feet.STAGE – 4 (SEA TURTLES)Rolling – front to back, back to front, finning andsculling, side – glide – kick, crawl arm strokes.Advancement Skills: Slide – glide – kick, 20 –feet, crawl stroke, 20 – feet (no breathing).STAGE – 5 (SEALS)Crawl stroke with breathing, back crawl stroke.Advancement Skills: Crawl stroke with breathing(30 – feet minimum of 4 – breaths).STAGE – 6 (STING RAYS)Extending freestyle swimming, tread water, jumpin and tread water. Sitting dive, kneeling dive,standing dive. Advancement Skills: SwimFreestyle 17 – feet, Swim backstroke 30 – feet,Tread water for 1 – minute.STAGE – 7 (PIRANHAS)Breaststroke kick, breaststroke swim, butterflyarms, butterfly swim. Advancement Skills: SwimFreestyle 50 – yards, Swim backstroke 25 –yards, Kick breaststroke 20 – yards.STAGE – 8 (BARRACUDAS)Freestyle with bilateral breathing, turns.Advancement Skills: Swim freestyle for 100yards (25 – yards using bilateral breathing),Swim 25 – yards breaststroke, Swim 30 – feetButterfly.STAGE – 9 (KILLER WHALES)Sidestroke kick, sidestroke swim, elementarybackstroke. Advancement Skills: Swim 200 –yards freestyle, bilateral breathing 50 – yards),Swim 25 – yards butterfly, Swim 50 – yardsbreaststroke, Swim 50 – yards elementarybackstroke, Swim 50 – yards sidestroke.STAGE – 10 (SHARKS)Extended swimming and technique refinement inall major strokes and turns. Advancement Skills:Swim 300 – yards Freestyle, Swim 100 – yardsbackstroke, Swim 100 – yards IndividualMedley.MONDAY & WEDNESDAY – 8 LessonsSept 4 through Sept 25S-1 1 | S-2 | S-3 3 | S-4 4 | S-5 | S-6 | S-7 7 | S-8 | S-9/103:20pm to 3:55pm✱ ✱ ✱✱4:00pm to 4:35pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱4:40pm to 5:15pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱5:20pm to 5:55pm✱ ✱ ✱ ✱ ✱✱6:00pm to 6:35pm✱ ✱✱✱ ✱✱SESSION 4* SESSION 3 SESSION 2 SESSION 1*SESSION 4* SESSION 3* SESSION 2 SESSION1Sept 30 through Oct 23S-1 1 | S-2 | S-3 3 | S-4 4 | S-5 | S-6 | S-7 7 | S-8 | S-9/103:20pm to 3:55pm✱ ✱ ✱✱4:00pm to 4:35pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱4:40pm to 5:15pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱5:20pm to 5:55pm✱ ✱ ✱ ✱ ✱✱6:00pm to 6:35pm✱ ✱✱✱ ✱✱Oct 28 through Nov 20S-1 1 | S-2 | S-3 3 | S-4 4 | S-5 | S-6 | S-7 7 | S-8 | S-9/103:20pm to 3:55pm✱ ✱ ✱✱4:00pm to 4:35pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱4:40pm to 5:15pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱5:20pm to 5:55pm✱ ✱ ✱ ✱ ✱✱6:00pm to 6:35pm✱ ✱✱✱ ✱✱Dec 2 through Dec 18S-1 1 | S-2 | S-3 3 | S-4 4 | S-5 | S-6 | S-7 7 | S-8 | S-9/103:20pm to 3:55pm✱ ✱ ✱✱4:00pm to 4:35pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱4:40pm to 5:15pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱5:20pm to 5:55pm✱ ✱ ✱ ✱ ✱✱6:00pm to 6:35pm✱ ✱✱✱ ✱✱*Class Pro-ratedTUESDAY & THURSDAY – 8 LessonsSep 3 through Sep 26S-1 1 | S-2 | S-3 3 | S-4 4 | S-5 | S-6 | S-7 7 | S-8 | S-9/103:20pm to 3:55pm✱ ✱ ✱✱4:00pm to 4:35pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱4:40pm to 5:15pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱5:20pm to 5:55pm✱ ✱ ✱ ✱ ✱✱6:00pm to 6:35pm✱ ✱✱✱ ✱✱Oct 1 through Oct 24S-1 1 | S-2 | S-3 3 | S-4 4 | S-5 | S-6 | S-7 7 | S-8 | S-9/103:20pm to 3:55pm✱ ✱ ✱✱4:00pm to 4:35pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱4:40pm to 5:15pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱5:20pm to 5:55pm✱ ✱ ✱ ✱ ✱✱6:00pm to 6:35pm✱ ✱✱✱ ✱✱Oct 29 through Nov 21S-1 1 | S-2 | S-3 3 | S-4 4 | S-5 | S-6 | S-7 7 | S-8 | S-9/103:20pm to 3:55pm✱ ✱ ✱✱4:00pm to 4:35pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱4:40pm to 5:15pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱5:20pm to 5:55pm✱ ✱ ✱ ✱ ✱✱6:00pm to 6:35pm✱ ✱✱✱ ✱✱Dec 3 through Dec 19S-1 1 | S-2 | S-3 3 | S-4 4 | S-5 | S-6 | S-7 7 | S-8 | S-9/103:20pm to 3:55pm✱ ✱ ✱✱4:00pm to 4:35pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱4:40pm to 5:15pm✱ ✱ ✱✱ ✱ ✱5:20pm to 5:55pm✱ ✱ ✱ ✱ ✱✱6:00pm to 6:35pm✱ ✱✱✱ ✱✱*Class Pro-ratedLompoc Recreation • (805) 875-8100

AQUATICSWe Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsJUNIOR DROP-IN WATER POLOEach Monday night from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM join localyouths with limited, polo playing experience, 14 and under.Players receive instruction in basic water polo skills.Fundamentals include: water polo, swim stroke, egg beaterkick, passing, and shooting. Players must be able to swima strong 50-yards continuously.FEE: $3.00*NOT INCLUDED in the Splash PassLAP SWIM/14 & UPLap Swim is available at varying times in the competitionpool and the activity pool lap swim lanes. While theprogram is geared towards adults, youth participants arewelcome but may be asked to demonstrate their swimmingability to a certified lifeguard before being allowed toparticipate in lap swim.Fee:$4.00 per entry$3.00 (60+)$35.00 per month*$30.00 (60+)*$85.00 three month*$75.00 (60+)*WARM WATER LEISURE – THERAPY POOL/14 & UPEnjoy the soothing properties of the 90 degree therapy poolin our 30' by 50', 3.5' to 4.5' deep pool. The therapy poolallows you to walk or swim in the warm water at your ownpace during many of our lap swim times. There is easyaccess from the deck by the way of our long and gentle,sloping ramp in addition to the traditional stair entry. TheLompoc Aquatic Center also has two wet wheelchairs foruse to enter and exit the water.Fee:$35.00 per month*$4.00 per entrySession 1: M-TH 5:00PM-6:30PM 09/02-12/30M-SA 11:30AM-1:00PM*Discounts are applied if registering for 3 consecutive monthsREFUND POLICY:In the event that a class is cancelled or full, our office will notifyyou prior to the class start time. You will be given the option oftransferring classes or receiving a refund. Full refunds areissued for any class cancelled by the City. Refund requests madeprior to the registration deadline will be granted. Refunds willnot be granted past the registration deadline.Excursions and Special Events are non-refundable, unless theparticipant spot is filled. Refund processing takes 2-3 weeksfrom the request date. The City will mail all refund checks toyour home address.PRIVATE/SEMI PRIVATE LESSONSOur private lesson program continues to be very popular option.The Private (1:1 ratio) and Semi-Private (1: 2-4 ratio) swim lessonswill follow our new guidelines. Private lessons are $100 for5, 30-minute classes and Semi – Private lessons are $75 for 5, 30-minute classes. Remember, for Semi Private Lessons you mustprovide the other swimmers that will participate in the class. Formore information and a complete list of our private lesson guidelines,please contact our office at 875-8100.Swim Lesson InformationAll swim lesson registrations are taken at the Anderson RecreationCenter, M-F from 9am – 5pm. Registrations can be taken over thephone, in person, and by mail. Pre-Registration is required for allclasses. Cancellations will occur by 12PM the Friday before thefirst class – so register early! For questions, contact LompocRecreation Division at 875-8100. The sessions and times areindicated below each course.Fee:$40.00 per sessionSHARKS & MINNOW’S PARENT & TOT/6 MOS – 36 MOSThis class is intended for dads and their tots to enjoy aparent tot class; moms are welcome. This class is taught inour 85-degree splash pool. Classes meet four consecutiveSaturdays for 30 minutes. *Fee will be pro-rated.Fee: $30.00Session 1: SAT 9:30AM-10:00AM 09/07-09/28Session 2: SAT 9:30AM-10:00AM 10/05-10/26Session 3: SAT 9:30AM-10:00AM 11/02-11/23*Session 4: SAT 9:30Am-10:00AM 12/7-12/21*Swim Lessons for Adults and Childrenwith Intellectual DisabilitiesLompoc Recreation Division will be offering group swim lessons atthe Lompoc Aquatic Center for children and adults in our communitywith intellectual disabilities. For a complete list of class offerings,please contact our office at 875-8100.LIFEGUARD TRAINING/15 & UPHere is your chance to take a great class, with the benefit ofbecoming an American Red Cross certified Lifeguard. Thisclass includes Lifeguard Training, CPR/AED and First Aid. Apre-test and attendance at all sessions is required. Booksand materials are included in the fee. Please call theAnderson Recreation Center to reserve your spot.Fee:$200.00 + $20.00 booksSession 1: TBA18(805) 875-8100 • Lompoc Recreation Division

We Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsAQUATICSWATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR/16 & UPIf you have ever wanted to teach swim lessons, here is youropportunity. This course includes instruction on yourpersonal swim strokes, breaking down the fundamentals ofeach stroke for teaching technique, and prepares you for thecoordination and implementation of teaching children andadults how to swim. Upon successful completion, studentswill exhibit proper swim technique, communicatefundamentals and display the necessary maturity thataccompanies this type of responsible position. The courseschedule will be discussed on the first class meeting date.Fee:$200.00 + $35.00 booksCourse Dates: TBALab Dates: TBAADULT LEARN TO SWIM CLASSES/16 & UPThese swim classes are designed for adults and teens thatwant to learn swimming skills in a small group setting. Thisclass allows you to work on personal goals that mightinclude perfecting alternate breathing or flip turns. This classis taught in our 85-degree Lap pool. Classes meet fourconsecutive Saturdays for one hour.Fee: $40.00Session 1: SAT 8:30AM-9:30AM 09/07-09/28Session 2: SAT 8:30AM-9:30AM 10/05-10/26Session 3: SAT 8:30AM-9:30AM 11/02-11/23*Session 4: SAT 8:30AM-9:30AM 12/7-12/21*WATER EXERCISE DROP IN PROGRAMAll water exercise classes require pre-registration to determinethat the class has the minimum amount of registration. Drop-inopportunities are available for $5.00 per visit, space permitting.All classes are designed for participants 18 years and older. Youcan contact our office at 875-8100 or the Aquatic Center at 875-AQUA (2782) to determine space availability.AQUA AEROBICS/18 & UPThis class is designed for those who would love to exercisein the water without stressing your joints. In this class, youwill use the water for resistance as you build muscle toneand strength. This class is taught in the activity pool. *Classfee pro-rated.Instructor: Nancy Jacobs Fee: $30.00Session 1: T/TH 10:30AM-11:30AM 09/03- 09/26Session 2: T/TH 10:30AM-11:30AM 10/01-10/31Session 3: T/TH 10:30AM-11:30AM 11/05-11/21*Session 4: T/TH 10:30AM-11:30AM 12/03-12/19*AQUA STEP AEROBICS/18 & UPThis class offers a terrific workout in the lap lanes of ourrecreation pool, at a depth of 4.5'. Our instructor will leadyou through a fast-paced routine set to music using watersteps. This class is unlike any other step aerobics class youhave experienced. This class is taught in the activity pool.*Class fee pro-rated.Instructor: Laurie Lane Fee: $30.00Session 1: M/W/F 10:30AM-11:30AM 09/04-09/30Session 2: M/W/F 10:30AM-11:30AM 10/02-10/30Session 3: M/W/F 10:30AM-11:30AM 11/01-11/22*Session 4: M/W/F 10:30AM-11:30AM 12/02-12/20*DEEP WATER AEROBICS/18 & UPThis class offers you the chance to enjoy water exercise inour competition pool, which ranges from 7' to 9' feet indepth. The resistance of the water will help build strengthin your joints and muscles, while using a floatation belt tostay afloat. The ability to swim is not required in order toparticipate in this class. *Class fee pro-rated.Instructor: Caroline Halbeisen Fee: $30.00Session 1: T/TH 6:30PM-7:30PM 09/03-09/26Session 2: T/TH 6:30PM-7:30PM 10/01-10/31Session 3: T/TH 6:30PM-7:30PM 11/05-11/21*Session 4: T/TH 6:30PM-7:30PM 12/03-12/19*GENTLE WATER EXERCISE/18 & UPThis class is taught in warm water with slow movementsand joint movement. This class is perfect for those matureadults who want to exercise in the water without stressingtheir muscles or joints. It’s designed for those individualssuffering from arthritis, fibromyalgia and other specialsensitivities such as stress, the need to start an exerciseprogram or those recovering from illness or injury. Thisclass will be offered in the therapy pool, which maintains awonderful temperature at 90 degrees! *Class fee will bepro-rated.Instructor: Nancy Jacobs Fee: $30.00Session 1: T/TH 9:15AM-10:15AM 09/03-09/26Session 2: T/TH 9:15AM-10:15AM 10/01-10/31Session 3: T/TH 9:15AM-10:15AM 11/05-11/21*Session 4 T/TH 9:15AM-10:15AM 12/03-12/19*Lompoc Recreation • (805) 875-8100

AQUATICSWe Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsWARM WATER EXERCISEThe class will take you through a variety of exercises in thewater using the natural water resistance and equipment totone and strengthen your muscles. This is a painless exercisechoice for joint and bone issues taught in a warm therapypool. *Class fee pro-rated.Instructor: Laurie LaneFee: $30.00Session 1: M/W/F 9:15AM-10:15AM 09/04-09/30Session 2: M/W/F 9:15AM-10:15AM 10/02-10/30Session 3: M/W/F 9:15AM-10:15AM 11/01-11/22*Session 4: M/W/F 9:15AM-10:15AM 12/02-12/20*NEW CLASS INTEREST LISTStudents interested in an early morning water exercise classare encouraged to contact our administrative offices tosecure a space on our interest list. If we have enoughinterested members in an early morning class, we willsecure an instructor and get your mornings started the rightway – WET! There is no financial obligation for the interestlist, a fee will be collected if you register once a class isscheduled.LEARN TO PLAY WATER POLO/ 10 – 14Designed to introduce the sport of water polo to girls andboys 10 to 14 years old. The intent is to provide the skillsand understanding of the sport in a recreational format.Although water polo is known for its toughness andendurance Learn to Play harnesses all the fun dynamicaspects of the game in a safe easy to learn aquaticexperience that will motivate kids to swim and stay fit.Instructor: Lompoc Valley Water Polo Fee: $69.00Session 1: October 7 – November 22Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6:30pm to 8:00pm someSunday 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm matches.Just when you think you’ve seen it all your LompocRecreation Division gives you another exciting event.Walkingon WaterSunday, November 10, 2013Check – in 1 PM, Competition 2 PM.Design and Build two separate but mirror image buoyancyshoes, not to exceed 8’ in length, such that one person can operateand control the shoes using only his or her feet. This is ahuman powered apparatus.All materials are allowed, however the total cost can not exceed$100 (this includes the value of donated items).Each “Water Racer” (shoe Jockey) may have up to four additionalteam members to help with the shoe construction, racetraining/preparation and most importantly “Water RacerSteadier” and “Water Racer Catcher”Each Water Racer will traverse from one end of the competitivepool to the other, a distance of 25 yards. Each WaterRacer will compete twice. Your combined (final) time will bejudged against other contestants in the following categories;CategoriesFeePre High School $5High School $5College $10Community $10Spectators Fee: $2 per personJUNIOR DROP-IN WATER POLOEach Monday night from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM join localyouths with limited, polo playing experience, 14 and under.Players receive instruction in basic water polo skills.Fundamentals include: water polo, swim stroke, egg beaterkick, passing, and shooting. Players must be able to swima strong 50-yards continuously.FEE: $3.00NOT INCLUDED in the Splash Pass package20(805) 875-8100 • Lompoc Recreation Division

We Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsYOUTH & TEEN PROGRAMSYOUTH & TEENPROGRAMS— ▼ —KARATE-TANG SOO DO/ 5 & UPThis ancient martial art, originating in Korea, is a method ofempty-hand and foot fighting based on the scientific use of thebody in self-defense. This mysterious art is designed to developindividual character, mental strength, integrity and respect forothers. This course offers a $5.00 family discount. *Fee pro-ratedInstructor: Theodore Jackson $50 (R), $60 (N) CABeginning ClassSession 1: T/Th 5:30PM-6:45PM 9/3-9/26Session 2: T/Th 5:30PM-6:45PM 10/1-10/24Session 3: T/Th 5:30PM-6:45PM 10/29-11/26Session 4: T/Th 5:30PM-6:45PM 12/3-12/19*Advanced ClassSession 1: T/Th 7:00PM-8:15PM 9/3-9/26Session 2: T/Th 7:00PM-8:15PM 10/1-10/24Session 3: T/Th 7:00PM-8:15PM 10/29-11/26Session 4: T/Th 7:00PM-8:15PM 12/3-12/19*SHOTOKAN KARATE DO/ 16 & UPThis class specializes in professional Shotokan Karate-Doinstruction, philosophy and physical conditioning with anemphasis on reflex development, timing, hand-eye coordination,balance and sense of well being. Basic skills, forms and sparringdrills will be stressed equally to offer students a balanced trainingprogram. *Fee pro-ratedSensei: Vito Pascua $40(R), $48(N) CASession 1: M/W 6:00PM-7:30PM 9/4-9/30Session 2: M/W 6:00PM-7:30PM 10/2-10/28Session 3: M/W 6:00PM-7:30PM 10/30-11/25Session 4: M/W 6:00PM-7:30PM 12/2-12/18*ARCHERY/ 7 – 16 YEARSWe are proud to offer this exciting and popular archery class foryouth. Classes include safety, physical and mental skill, propershooting form, and the physics and math of archery. Archeryinstills confidence and self-esteem in athletes and all training isdone in a positive, self-assuring manner with emphasis on theenjoyment of the sport.Instructor: Thom Chamberlain $40(R), $48(N) CASession 1: T 4:00PM-5:00PM 9/10-10/1Session 2: T 4:00 PM-5:00PM 10/8-10/29“We Create Community Through People,Parks and Programs”WONDERFUL WATERCOLORS PART 1/ 8 – 13 YEARSCome learn the basics and beyond in this fun and exciting class.We will cover various watercolor techniques including watercolorwashes, simple landscapes and fun exercises designed to stretchyour creativity. Watercolors, paper, pens and other supplies areincluded. We tend to get a little messy sometimes while we paint,so wear “work” clothes.Instructor: Cathy Clark $20(R), $24(N) ARCSession 1: Th 5:00PM–7:00PM 9/12Session 2: Th 5:00PM-7:00PM 9/19PAINT ADVENTURES/8 – 13 YEARSSign up early – this popular and fun class sells out every year!Challenge your creativity and get paint crazy! We will explore avariety of paint mediums such as watercolors, acrylics, andtempera in addition to oil, chalk pastels and more! We will takepainting to a new dimension. Please wear “work clothes”,we dotend to get a little messy.Instructor: Cathy Clark $20(R), $24(N) ARCSession 1: Th 5:00PM–7:00PM 9/19BEAD BLAST WORKSHOPS/ 8 – 13 YEARSEver wanted to learn how to create bead animals? Well now isyour chance! We will create a variety of bead animals to turn intokey chains, zipper pulls, wall decorations or more. Why stop atanimals? Take your talents up a notch and create flags, aliens,sports teams and more! (These make great stocking stuffers!)Instructor: Cathy Clark $10(R) $ 14 (N) ARCSession 1: Th 5:00PM–7:00PM 10/10Session 2: Th 5:00 PM–7:00PM 12/19DECOUPAGE/ 8-13 YEARSGet ready for the Christmas season by decorating beautiful glassbottles! We will be doing a decoupage project in addition tomosaics and glass painting. If time permits, we will create ourown wrapping paper as well. These make wonderful gifts to giveto family membersInstructor: Cathy Clark $20(R), $24(N) ARCSession 1: Th 5:00PM–7:00PM 11/14CREATIVE DANCE/ 3 – 4 YEARSCome enjoy our introductory class that offers instruction on thebasic movements of ballet. Students will learn basic dance stepsin this class that can lead to different styles of dance. Not only willstudents gain confidence in this class, it will also help them withrhythm and physical fitness. Parent observation will be on the lastday of class. Tights, leotards, and pink ballet shoes or soft shoesare recommended for each class. *Fee pro-ratedInstructor: Melissa Resendiz $20(R), $24(N) ARCSession 1: Sat 9:00AM – 9:45AM 9/7-9/28Session 2: Sat 9:00AM – 9:45AM 10/5-10/26Session 3: Sat 9:00AM – 9:45AM 11/2-11/23*Session 4: Sat 9:00AM – 9:45AM 12/7-12/21*Lompoc Recreation • (805) 875-8100

YOUTH & TEEN PROGRAMSWe Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsBALLET FOR BEGINNERS/ 5 – 7 YEARSTurn and Twirl your way into our basic ballet class where studentswill learn basic dance steps with emphasis on rhythm, andfollowing directions. Students will learn a basic dance routine,leading to a performed routine that can be observed by parents onthe last class of each session. Tights, leotards, and pink balletshoes or soft shoes are recommended for each class. *Feepro-ratedInstructor: Melissa Resendiz $20(R), $24(N) ARCSession 1: S 10:00AM -10:45AM 9/7-9/28Session 2: S 10:00AM -10:45AM 10/5-10/26Session 3: S 10:00AM -10:45AM 11/2-11/23*Session 4: S 10:00AM -10:45AM 12/7-12/21*BEGINNERS HIP- HOP DANCE/ 7 – 10 YEARSThis Hip Hop dance class will be a fast, very energetic dance class.It lets dancers perform to their own movement and style. Kids areable to enjoy their time and express themselves. Hip Hop dancingcan also be a great way to keep kids active. The kids will enjoylearning some fun hip hop moves as well as learn a bit ofchoreography. Parent observation will be on the last day of class.Soft shoes are recommended for each class. *Fee pro-ratedInstructor: Melissa Resendiz $20(R), $24(N) ARCSession 1: W 4:15PM-5:00PM 9/4-9/25Session 2: W 4:15PM-5:00PM 10/2-10/23Session 3: W 4:15PM-5:00PM 11/6-11/20*Session 4: W 4:15PM-5:00PM 12/4-12/18*COOKING ADVENTURES/ 6 – 10 YEARSThis great new class features the opportunity for kids to becreative in the kitchen! Each class will focus on creating at leastone yummy meal or snack (which we get to eat or take home) aswell as discussion on kitchen and food safety. Kids will learnmeasuring, recipes, and make new friends as they become selfsufficient in the kitchen. Children will prepare appetizers,breakfast treats, lunch ideas and even quick and easy dinneroptions.Instructor: Aleca Eccles $35(R), $42(N) ARCSession 1: W 4:00PM – 6:00PM 10/2-10/23Session 2: W 4:00PM – 6:00PM 10/30-11/20/REFUND POLICY:In the event that a class is cancelled or full, our office willnotify you prior to the class start time. You will be given theoption of transferring classes or receiving a refund. Full refundsare issued for any class cancelled by the City. Refundrequests made prior to the registration deadline will begranted. Refunds will not be granted past the registrationdeadline.Excursions and Special Events are non-refundable, unlessthe participant spot is filled. Refund processing takes 2-3weeks from the request date. The City will mail all refundchecks to your home address.KRAZY KAMPS FOR KIDS/ 6 -10 YEARSThis winter, Recreation staff has created some fun andexciting camps to keep you busy during your winter break.Each camp features hands on activities, supplies, snacks andguaranteed fun. Sign up for the camp that sparks yourinterest, or register for both and receive a discount.Instructor: Aleca Eccles $30(R), $36 (N)* ARC*Register for both camps for a flat $50 feeSCIENCE SCENEEver wanted to be a mad scientist, or possibly wanted to playaround with a few experiments? If so, this is for you! Afterthis class, you will be able to amaze your family and friendswith your knowledge of the world of science. Each day wewill work on different age appropriate science projects thatwill blow your mind!Session 1: T/W/Th 1:00PM – 4:00PM 1/7-1/9/2014CREATIVE CRAFTSIf you enjoy creating items with your own two hands, you willlove this new winter camp. Come and create unique andintricate pieces of art while you explore a whole new worldcrafted by your own imagination.Session 1: T/W/Th 9:00AM – 12:00PM 1/7-1/9/2014Is there a program that you would like to have your LompocRecreation Division offer, please give us a call at 875-8100.Lompoc Recreation Division reserves the right to use anyphotos of participants taken by our staff in our programs andfacilities as promotion material for future brochurepublications, flyers, website postings and any other mediaopportunity.When there are two fees listed under a program and/or acourse, the (R) is the discounted rate for those participantswho reside within the city limits, paying City taxes. The (N)is the fee for those non-residents who reside outside the citylimits (Vandenberg Village, Mission Hills, Mesa Oaks, etc.)which is the actual cost of the class and/or program.22(805) 875-8100 • Lompoc Recreation Division

We Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsYOUTH & TEEN SPORTSYOUTH & TEENSPORTS— ▼ —YOUTH BASKETBALL – BOYS & GIRLS LEAGUES /3RD – 8TH GRADEThis league is a recreational and learning league involving teamsfrom the Lompoc Valley and VAFB. Boys & girls from 3rd – 8thGrade will learn to play basketball and compete with other kidstheir own age. This is not a COED League!! Each player receivesa team shirt and an award at the end of the season. Practice andgames will be during the week and on Saturdays. All registrationswill be taken at the Anderson Recreation Center. Registration feeincludes twenty (20) $2.00 reimbursable raffle tickets.LITTLE DRIBBLERS 3rd & 4TH GRADE, JUNIOR DIVISION 5th &6TH GRADE, SENIOR DIVISION 7th & 8TH GRADESession 1: M-SA 10/28-2/15YOUTH BASKETBALL - LITTLE STARS/TINY HOOPS – COEDLEAGUES / 4 YEARS OLD – 2ND GRADEThis league emphasizes learning rather than competition. Boysand girls are taught the basic fundamentals of basketball. Eachchild receives a T-shirt and an award at the end of the season.Practice and games will be held during the week and on Saturdays.All registrations will be taken at the Anderson Recreation Center.Registration fee includes twenty (20) $2.00 reimbursable raffletickets.Little Stars: 4 years old – Kindergarten, Tiny Hoops: 1st / 2nd gradeSession 1: M-SA 10/28-2/1Early Registration for Youth Basketball- Saturdays:Sep 7th & Sep 14th from 9:00AM-12:00PM$90 (R) $108 (N) $70 Second ChildLate Registration for Youth Basketball - Saturdays:Sep 21st & Sept 28th from 9:00AM-12:00PM$100 (R) $120 (N) $80 Second ChildSKATE BOARDING WORKSHOPS/ 7-18 YEARSCome out and learn basic to advanced skateboarding techniques.All participants must pre-register and wear full gear in order toparticipate. Returning students should contact Mario Guerrero 875-8095 each Friday by 4pm to confirm their attendance forthe following day. Registration packets are available at theAnderson Recreation Center and must be completed by a parentor guardian before participating in the program. Boards and gearare required to participate. Some safety equipment will beavailable for use on a first come, first serve basis each Saturday.Instructor: Recreation Leader College Park FreeSession 1: Sa 9:00AM-12:00PM OngoingTENNIS LESSONS/ 8 AND UPCome out, have some fun, get some great exercise, and learn alifetime activity - - the wonderful game of Tennis! Our TennisInstructor, Dennis Laws, has been playing and teaching Tennis forover 30 years. This is his 10th year teaching for Lompoc Parksand Recreation. Dennis is an enthusiastic and motivatinginstructor, with outstanding credentials and experience. He is aLife Member of the United States Tennis Association (USTA), aUnited States National Tennis Academy (USNTA) Certified TennisTeaching Professional and a United States Professional TennisAssociation (USPTA) Developmental Coach. Instruction is tailoredto each student’s experience, knowledge, and playing ability. His8–lesson monthly class, the “Basics of Tennis”, coversConditioning and Stretching, Grips, Stroke Mechanics, TennisTerminology and History, Scoring, Strategy and Tennis Etiquette.Students bring their own Tennis Racket and the instructorprovides the Tennis Balls.Instructor: Dennis Laws Ryon Park$50(R), $60(N)Session 1: T/W 6:00PM-7:00PM 9/3-9/25Session 2: T/W 6:00PM-7:00PM 10/1-10/23Session 3: T/W 6:00PM-7:00PM 11/5-11/27Looking to stay fit…..try one of ourwalking or fitness trails in yourneighborhood City Parks• Ryon Park walking trail is 1330 feet, just 10 feetover ¼ mile• Beattie Park walking and fitness trail is 2172 feet,468 feet shy of ½ mile• River Park’s walking trail is 5138 feet in length,which is 142 feet short of a mile.• Riverbend Multi-Purpose trail is 2.25 miles• AHC Bikeway Connector trail is one mileMARK YOUR SPORTSCALENDAR FOR UPCOMINGYOUTH SPORTS - SPRING 2014~ 33rd Annual Girls Youth BasketballInvitational Tournament~ 5 th Annual Boys Youth BasketballInvitational Tournament~ Lompoc Kiwanis Track & FieldChampionships~ 11th Annual Golf Tournament~ 2nd Annual Poker TournamentLompoc Recreation • (805) 875-8100

PARKS & FACILITIESWe Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsPARK MAINTENANCEThe parks division, maintains nearly 400 acres of City parks, publicfacility grounds, parkways, and open space. City parks are open tothe public daily from 7:30 am until dusk.PARK RESERVATIONSLarge groups are encouraged to reserve City park group picnic areasand BBQ pits. Group picnic facilities are available at Ryon Park, BeattiePark, Ken Adam Park and River Park. These group areas can accommodatelarge groups up to 150 persons. Please complete facilityreservation forms at the Anderson Recreation Center, 125 W. WalnutAve., between the hours of 9:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday throughFriday. Smaller individual tables and braziers are available on a firstcome,first-served basis in all parks. For more information call 875-8100.FACILITIESRental facilities include the Anderson Recreation Center and Dick De-Wees Community and Senior Center, accommodating 30-300 peoplefor special events, exhibition, meetings, etc., and the CivicAuditorium, with a seating capacity of 430 for performing arts, seminars,meetings, etc. Rates will vary depending on the size of the facilityneeded, the type of activity and the length of the activity.Applications and fee schedules are available at the Anderson RecreationCenter, 125 W. Walnut Ave. Call the Facility Supervisor, at 875-8100, for more information..URBAN FORESTRYThe Urban Forestry division plants and maintains over 250 miles ofmedian or public right-of-way along city streets. This division alsoprovides landscape maintenance along V Street, Olive Avenue, portionsof Central Avenue and D Street. Medians on D and H Streets,along with the downtown flowerbeds, are included in landscape maintenanceschedules. Requests for service can be made by calling 875-8034, from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm on weekdays.BEATTIE PARK RECOGNITION GROVEYou can honor that special individual who has made significant contributionsto the quality of life in the Lompoc Valley. An applicationand a brief narrative including a listing of achievements, contributionsand/or service to the community must be submitted by December1st each year. The application will be reviewed and must beapproved by a sub-committee before a tree and permanent bronzeplaque can be installed in the Recognition Grove. The Beautificationand Appearance Commission will approve a maximum of four applicationseach year. Remaining applications will be returned to thesponsor or held for the next year’s review and consideration. Oncethe Commission has approved the applications, they are forwarded tothe City Clerk who prepares an official resolution commending theindividual. Persons to be cited as members of Recognition Groveare acknowledged at the annual Arbor Day ceremony, held eachspring. At that time, the resolution is presented to the individual. Foran application, please call 875-8034.NEW CITY TREE PLANTING PROGRAMThe city of Lompoc Urban Forestry Division has established a programfor citizens to request that a street tree be planted at their residence.Each residence is allowed one tree per 30-40 feet of streetfrontage based on the tree selected. This program is offered at nocost to the public, providing the tree is planted on a city street. Citizensare only asked to assist with watering. The City provides allother maintenance. To make a street tree request, call Sherril Woodat 875-8034.PENNIES FOR PLAYGROUNDSWe need your pennies and recyclable plastics! The Pennies & Plasticsfor Playgrounds program is a community wide effort to raisemoney for safe, quality and fun equipment for the children of ourcommunity. Thanks to your support, new equipment has alreadybeen installed at Johns Manville Park, Thompson Park, Ryon and PioneerPark as a result of this exciting program. Our new goal is toraise $150,000 by December 30, 2013. Help provide a stimulatingenvironment for children of the Lompoc Valley. All it takes is for everyperson to give just 100 pennies a year! You can authorize the City ofLompoc to add $5, $3, $2, or $1 to your monthly utility bill by pickingup a Pennies for Playgrounds brochure at the Anderson RecreationCenter or you can deposit your pennies and/or plastics at thefollowing locations:Anderson Recreation Center, 125 W. Walnut Ave.Dick DeWees Community & Senior Center, 1120 West Ocean AvenueLompoc City Hall, 100 Civic Center PlazaLompoc Aquatic Center, 207 West College AvenueParks and Urban Forestry Division, 1300 W. Laurel Ave.Tree PlantingProgramSPONSORED BYTHE CITY OF LOMPOCURBAN FORESTRY DIVISION& UTILITY DEPARTMENTThe City of Lompoc Urban ForestryDivision has an active Electric UtilityTree Replacement Program.The City of Lompoc Urban ForestryDivision has an active Electric UtilityTree Replacement Program. If a Cityof Lompoc resident has a tree in theirback yard or on private property andthe tree is in conflict with overheadelectric utility lines, the City crew willremove the tree, grind the stump andreplace the tree with a more suitabletree that will not be compromised bythe overhead utility lines.Please call875-8034 andrequest service today!24(805) 875-8100 • Lompoc Recreation Division

We Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsPARKS & FACILITIES123456789Anderson Recreation Center125 W. WalnutAquatic Center207 W. College AvenueBarton Neighborhood ParkWest Barton AvenueBeattie ParkOlive Avenue and 5th StreetBriar CreekOn Briar Creek WayCentennial SquareCypress Avenue and H StreetCivic Auditorium217 South L. StreetCollege Park/Skate ParkCollege Avenue and J StreetDick DeWees Community& Senior Center1120 West Ocean Avenue101112131415161718J.M. ParkChestnut Avenue and A StreetKen Adam ParkLompoc ValleyMultipurpose TrailPioneer ParkPine Avenue and 4th StreetRiver ParkHighway 246 andSweeney RoadRiverbend ParkMcLaughlin Road andA StreetRyon ParkOcean Avenue andO StreetThompson ParkCollege Avenue andR StreetWestvale ParkWest Fir AvenueLooking to stay fit.....Try one of our walking or fitness trails!RYON PARK walking trail is 1330 feet,just 10 feet over 1/4 mile—BEATTIE PARK walking and fitness trailis 2172 feet, 468 feet shy of a 1/2 mileRIVER PARK’s walking trail is 5138 feet in length,which is 142 feet short of a mile.—RIVERBEND MULTI-PURPOSE TRAILApproximately 2.25 miles.PUBLIC PARKSBarton ParkBeattie ParkBriar CreekCentennial SquareCollege ParkJ.M. ParkKen Adam ParkPioneer ParkRiverbend ParkRiver ParkRyon ParkThompson ParkWestvale ParkReservable Group BBQ AreasPicnic Tables (No Braziers)Individual BraizersSand Volleyball Courts18 Hole Disc Golf CoursesPlayground EquipmentHorseshoe PitsFitness TrailLighted Tennis CourtsOutdoor Basketball CourtsLighted Ball FieldsMultipurpose Athletic FieldsBabe Ruth Baseball FieldLittle League FieldRestroomsStagePark BenchesOpen Play AreaKitchenGymnasium••••• •• ••••••••••••• • ••••••••••••• •• ••••••••• ••••• ••••• • ••••••••••••••••••ShowersMeeting RoomsFitness EquipmentResident Park Host/RangerR.V. Camping•• ••••Swimming PoolsRentable Office SpaceKids Moto Fun ParkBocce CourtsDog Park••PUBLIC FACILITIESAnderson Recreation CenterCivic AuditoriumDick DeWees Community & Senior CenterLompoc Aquatic Center•••••••••••• • •• •• ••• ••Lompoc Recreation • (805) 875-8100

REGISTRATIONWe Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsHOW TO SIGN UPMAIL-IN: Fill out the registration formattached and send it to Lompoc RecreationDivision at 125 West Walnut Avenue,Lompoc, Ca 93436. Be sure to includepayment and your class choice.PHONE-IN: Give us a call at (805) 875-8100,Monday through Friday between 9:00 am and5:00 pm. We can take payment over thephone with a Visa, MasterCard or Discover.FAX-IN: Fax us your registration form to(805)736-5195. Be sure to include your Visa,MasterCard or Discover number and expirationdate.WALK-IN: Come visit us Monday throughFriday from 9:00 am – 4:45 pm. We are locatedat the Anderson Recreation Center at125 West Walnut Avenue, Lompoc, Ca93436. We accept Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCardor Discover.GENERAL REGISTRATIONINFORMATION• You can sign up for your programs withcash, check, Visa, MasterCard or Discover.• A $25 NSF Fee will be charged on all returnedchecks• Enrollment received after the class startdate will be returned• Instructors, program locations, dates,times and fees are subject to change withoutnotice• Non-residents are those who reside outsideof City limits (Mission Hills, VandenbergVillage, Mesa Oaks, VAFB and allother unincorporated areas)• Program fees apply to non-residents• Financial assistance is available for qualifyingfamilies, contact us at 875-8100 formore informationREFUND POLICYIn the event that a class is cancelled or full,our office will notify you prior to the classstart time. You will be given the option oftransferring classes or receiving a refund. Fullrefunds are issued for any class cancelled bythe City. Refund requests made prior to theregistration deadline will be granted. Refundswill not be granted past the registration deadline.Excursions and Special Events are non-refundable,unless the participant spot is filled.Refund processing takes 2-3 weeks from therequest date. The City will mail all refundchecks to your home address.DON’T FORGET TO CHECK US OUT ON THE WEB ATWWW.CITYOFLOMPOC.COM“We Create Community Through People,Parks & Programs”When there are two fees listed under a program and/or a course,the (R) is the discounted rate for those participants who reside within the city limits,paying City taxes.The (N) is the fee for those non-residents who reside outside the city limits(Vandenberg Village, Mission Hills, Mesa Oaks, etc.)which is the actual cost of the class and/or program.Recreation DivisionJoAnne Plummer, Recreation ManagerMario Guerrero Jr., Recreation ManagerHaley Lepper, Recreation SupervisorJeff Storie, Recreation SupervisorSue Slavens, Recreation CoordinatorParks & Urban Forestry DivisionCodie Blea, Urban Forestry SupervisorDanny Lara, Acting Park Maintenance SupervisorAdministrative StaffDiane Najera, Office Staff Assistant IIIJohanna Kinard, Office Staff Assistant IIICynthia McLain, Office Staff Assistant IIJessica Fox, Office Staff Assistant IMonique Ornelas, Office SupportDiana Garcia, Office SupportParks and Recreation CommissionBeverly Kennedy, ChairpersonPatti Coggin, CommissionerPat Brady, CommissionerCraig McNamee, CommissionerArlen Sechrest, CommissionerBeautification and Appearance CommissionBecky Barritt, ChairpersonDonald Buck, CommissionerPaul Hamilton, CommissionerRandy McIntosh, CommissionerSenior CommissionMary Lou Parks, ChairpersonRichard, Jacoby, CommissionerRobert Kennedy, CommissionerNoel Lossing, CommissionerYouth CommissionJulia Ruiz, ChairpersonCamron Bamonte, CommissionerKristopher Brock, CommissionerFatima Cacho, CommissionerClaudia Carrillo, CommissionerMichael Huggins, CommissionerCadman Owens, CommissionerRoselei Redrick, CommissionerThe Parks and Recreation, Senior, Youth andBeautification Commissions are voluntary boardsappointed by the City Council. Regular meetingsare open to the public.Lompoc City CouncilJohn Linn, MayorAshley Costa, Council MemberDeWayne Holmdahl, Council MemberBob Lingl, Council MemberDirk Starbuck, Council MemberCity AdministrationLaurel Barcelona, City AdministratorTeresa Gallavan, Economic Development Director/AssistantCity Adminstrator26(805) 875-8100 • Lompoc Recreation Division

We Create Community Through People, Parks and ProgramsREGISTRATIONLompoc Recreation • (805) 875-8100

LOMPOC RECREATION DIVISION125 West Walnut AvenueLompoc, California 93436-6479Phone 805-875-8100Fax 805-736-5195BULK RATEU. S. PostagePAIDPermit#72Lompoc, CAECRWSSRESIDENTIAL CUSTOMER

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