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CentCalParentMag_Jun.. - Central California Parent Magazine

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Trail riding, round pen, ground work Really gentle horses! California Learning Connection Serving children of all ages with learning challenges including: Cognitive and Brain Fitness Programs • Reading and Math • Motor Skills • ADD, ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Head Injury • ® Handwriting Without Tears • Speech and Language • Social Skills • Apraxia visit us at www.clconnect.com (559) 228-9100 2505 W. Shaw, Building A, Fresno, CA 93711 ODYSSEY • Tutorial Reading • Math • Reading Enrichment • SAT Preparation • Beginning Reading • Writing & Study Skills 0 • Central California PARENT • June 2012 ACCELERATED LEARNING Summer Sessions The Reading & Math Company $50 OFF Diagnostic Testing Expires 7/31/12 Servicing Valley Families for Almost 30 Years!! 435-READ (7323) Enhance the Academic Year…For All Ages and Educational Levels 5740 N. Palm Avenue, Suite 101 • Fresno Shady Lakes Ranch Fresno (559) 977-0404 Come spend a warm summer day at Shady Lakes Ranch. Learn all about horse care, riding horses and so much more! Play cool games and make awesome crafts. Six week-long sessions beginning June 18-July 27. $200 per week. Contact us: shadylakesranchcamp@ yahoo.com. Check out: wix.com/shadylakesranchcamp/shady_lakes. Call: (559) 977- 0404, (559) 348-7336. Tennis Camp at Sierra Sport & Racquet Club Fresno (559) 431-8200 With over 100 years of teaching experience, Sierra’s pros are excited to offer tennis for all ages and levels. Sign up today for our weekly tennis camp, beginning June 18th. Camp is held Mondays through Thursdays from 9 a.m.-11 a.m. The cost is only $80 per week. Also available is Summer Team Tennis, which offers daily practices and weekly competitive matches for ages 8 to 18. These programs are in addition to our year round Junior Development Tennis Program. More details and camp applications are available at www.sierrasport.net or call (559) 431-8200. The Dancing School Selma (559) 891-0388 The Dancing School is now taking registration for summer in ballet, jazz, tap, gymnastics and hip-hop. The school is directed by Deanne Moser Driscoll and Beth Sobian and has been offering quality dance instruction for over thirty years. It is home of The 2nd Street Dancers who perform locally and internationally. Classes begin June 18th. Call for information and registration. The Little Gym Fresno (559) 433-3434 The Little Gym offers a fun, safe and cool place to hang out this summer. Our non-competitive camps provide fitness, fun and skill-building activities that are designed to enhance your child’s physical, emotional, perceptual and social skills. Each week incorporates a different camp theme, such as Pirate Island, Beach Party, Jungle Adventure and Outer Space. Activities include obstacle courses, games, gymnastics, crafts and more. Camps are for children ages 3-8 years old. Children must be fully potty trained. Our registration’s times and dates are very flexible. Choose as many days or weeks as you like! www.TheLittleGym.com The TALK Team (559) 288-7343 The TALK Team – Specializing in speech, language, fluency, behavior, Autism, early intervention, and academic readiness! We are certified and licensed, kids have fun while learning! Contact us for a free 30-minute consultation! www.thetalkteam.com, thetalkteam@hotmail.com Tutoring Clubs of Clovis & Visalia Clovis (559) 977-3048, Visalia (559) 739-8886 Get your child academically ready for next year. It is common to develop children’s athletic abilities outside of their PE classes through various sports camps. Successful learners, like successful athletes, also need training both inside and outside the classroom. Call Tutoring Club today and learn how to help your child succeed on the field of academics. We have two convenient locations to serve you: Clovis & Herndon in Clovis and Caldwell & Chinowth in Visalia. We look forward to preparing your child to perform at the top of his/her class. We guarantee to improve academic performance in less time and at a lower cost than any other program. Where The Garden Grows Private Preschool Fresno (559) 289-2244 Children 2 1/2-6 years will take a voyage exploring “Garden of the Sea.” Our program is full of creative activities linking the study of the ocean to all areas of curriculum: reading readiness, math, art, science, music, cooking, food tasting (crab, lobster, shrimp...) and water play. Come join us July 2nd-July 27th. www.wherethegardengrowspreschool.com Young Chef’s Academy Fresno (559) 433-6698 Summer will be here before you know it and we have exciting camps this year! Come take a culinary adventure, explore your creativity, and enjoy eating your delicious treats! Every week we will feature a new culinary theme with some favorites ranging from, “Celebrity Chefs,” and “Chillin’ & Grillin’,” to Italian Cuisine, and Baking themes. We will also be offering afternoon Teen Camps for teens looking to learn basic kitchen survival, brush up on advanced kitchen skills, and meal planning. Summer camp 2012 at Young Chefs Academy will be an adventure sure to please! Check out what’s cooking at Young Chefs Academy by visiting our web site www.youngchefsacademy.com/fresno or call for more information (559) 433-6698.

CALENDAR JUNE A Note to All Readers: Since some of the •YU-GI-OH GAMING—SANGER Teens and •BATTER UP It’s fun, it’s exciting to watch the •MUSIC LESSONS—PARLIER Free music lessons information listed is compiled six weeks in advance, we suggest that you call the telephone numbers provided to verify dates, times, costs and locations of events. To Publicize Your Event: Central California Parent invites you to publicize your event by submitting a written description including location, date, time, admission prices, age suitability, phone number for information, and any additional comments readers might find helpful, and black and white photos (cannot be returned) to: Central California Parent, 7638 N. Ingram, Suite 101, Fresno, CA 93711-6202. The publisher reserves the right to limit entries in this FREE service. DEADLINE IS THE 12 th OF THE MONTH PRECEDING EVENT. Questions? (559) 435-1409 or FAX (559) 439-3675. 1 Friday •AT BAT The action starts as the Visalia Rawhides play against the Lancaster Jet Hawks at 7 p. m. Recreation Ballpark, 300 N. Giddings Street, Visalia. 732-4433. •FANTASIA: A MINI-BALLET Irish step and contemporary dance performances at 7:30 p.m. $5 California Arts Academy, 4750 N. Blackstone, Fresno. 222-6539 •FARMERS MARKET Find a variety of fresh, delicious fruits and vegetables, live entertainment and activities for kids in Old Town Clovis 5:30-9 p.m. FREE admission. 298-5774. •INFANT/TODDLER STORYTIME—KERMAN Interactive storytime with songs and fingerplays for newborns to 2 year olds. 10:30 a.m. FREE Kerman Branch Library, 15081 W. Kearney Plaza. 846-8804 •NATURE KIDS This class is great for the under-5 crowd and a parent. 10-11 a.m. Classes include a story, snack, craft project, and nature encounter that starts with a “G”. Cost, $5 per child. Pre-registration required. The Discovery Center, 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •STAR PARTY Star gazing at The Discovery Center from 8-10 p.m. Bring some munchies and a blanket! $5 for a car load. 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •STORYTIME Toddlers and preschoolers, with their parents, join Miss Priscilla to do finger plays, sing songs, and hear stories. FREE 11 a.m. Petunia’s Place, Opus Center, 6027 N. Palm, Fresno. 438-1561 2 Saturday •BANG A NAIL At this 11 a.m. kid’s workshop, ages 9-12, have fun as they learn do-it-yourself skills and tool safety. Parent participation required. FREE Clovis Home Depot, 845 West Shaw. 294-9600. •BATTER UP It’s fun, it’s exciting to watch the Fresno Grizzlies up at bat against The Salt Lake Bees at 7:05 p.m. Chuckchansi Park, Fresno 320-TIXS •CONSTRUCTIVE KIDS Fresno Home Depot nails down fun during a FREE workshop for ages 5-12 accompanied by an adult. 9 a.m. Children learn do-it-yourself skills, and tool safety. 3672 W. Shaw, Fresno. 277-9600. •FANTASIA: A MINI-BALLET Irish step and contemporary dance performances at 2 and 7:30 p.m. $5 California Arts Academy, 4750 N. Blackstone, Fresno. 222-6539 •NATIONAL GET OUTDOORS DAY Enjoy fun family activities along the San Joaquin River from 8:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Trust members $10; non-members $15. 11605 Old Friant Road. 259-3831 •SATURDAY SCIENCE Basic science classes that include science experiments and a craft. Ages 2 and up at 12, 1, and 2 p.m. Cost $5. The Discovery Center, 1944 Winery, Fresno 251-5533 •TAIL WAGGIN’ TUTOR Kids, K-6 read to this friendly dog FREE 2 p.m. Sunnyside Regional Library, 5566 E. Kings Canyon Rd. 600-6594 tweens have fun with card games. FREE 2 p.m. Sanger Branch Library, 1812 Seventh Street. 875-2435 3 Sunday •BATTER UP It’s fun, it’s exciting to watch the Fresno Grizzlies up at bat against The Salt Lake Bees at 2:05 p.m. Chuckchansi Park, Fresno 320-TIXS 4 Monday •BATTER UP It’s fun, it’s exciting to watch the Fresno Grizzlies up at bat against The Salt Lake Bees at 7:05 p.m. Chuckchansi Park, Fresno 320-TIXS •MUSIC LESSONS—PARLIER Free music lessons for all ages. Bring your own instrument. 5 p.m. Parlier Branch Library, 1130 E. Parlier Ave. 646-3835. •NATURE KIDS This class is great for the under-5 crowd and a parent. 10-11 a.m. Classes include a story, snack, craft project, and nature encounter that starts with a “H”. Cost, $5 per child. Pre-registration required. The Discovery Center, 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •PRESCHOOL STORYTIME—CARUTHERS Interactive storytime with songs and fingerplays for children 3-5 years old. 2 p.m. FREE Caruthers Branch Library, 13382 S. Henderson. 864-8766 5 Tuesday •ART CLASS Music makers for children ages 2-6. 10:30 a.m. Free at Our Playroom, 1445 Shaw Avenue, Suite 130, Clovis 297-5295. Fresno Grizzlies up at bat against The Salt Lake Bees at 7:05 p.m. Chuckchansi Park, Fresno 320-TIXS •CHESS—AUBERRY Chess for all aged, all levels. FREE 3:30 p.m. Auberry Branch Library, 33049 Auberry Road, 855-8523. •MUSIC LESSONS—PARLIER Free music lessons for all ages. Bring your own instrument. 5 p.m. Parlier Branch Library, 1130 E. Parlier Ave. 646-3835. 6 Wednesday •ART CLASS Music makers for children ages 2-6. 2 p.m. Free at Our Playroom, 1445 Shaw Avenue, Suite 130, Clovis 297-5295. •MUSIC LESSONS—PARLIER Free music lessons for all ages. Bring your own instrument. 5 p.m. Parlier Branch Library, 1130 E. Parlier Ave. 646-3835. •NATURE KIDS This class is great for the under-5 crowd and a parent. 10-11 a.m. Classes include a story, snack, craft project, and nature encounter that starts with a “H”. Cost, $5 per child. Pre-registration required. The Discovery Center, 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •PRESCHOOL STORYTIME—CLOVIS Interactive story time at 10 a.m. with songs and fingerplays for ages 3-5. FREE Clovis Regional Library, 1155 Fifth Street. 600-9531 7 Thursday •BATTER UP It’s fun, it’s exciting to watch the Fresno Grizzlies up at bat against the Las Vegas 51’s at 7:05 p.m. Chuckchansi Park, Fresno 320-TIXS Win Free Tickets to the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® Circus! Let the Dragon Games Begin! Searching the farthest reaches of the globe, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® has gathered the best of the best circus performers to honor the Spirit of the Dragon! Ringmaster Johnathan Lee Iverson presides over this fantastical tournament of champions that brings together mystic dragon lore with astounding circus feats of bravery and athleticism that will take you on a wondrous journey to discover what it takes to believe in your dreams. Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® Presents DRAGONS is a never-before-seen circus adventure of legend and spectacle coming to the Selland Arena from July 5-8. Central California Parent Magazine is giving away four family four-packs to some lucky readers! To be entered in our free random drawing, please send a postcard by June 20th, with your name, daytime phone number and address. Mail to: Central California Parent Magazine, Circus Tickets, 7638 N. Ingram, Suite 101, Fresno CA 93711. One entry per family, please. Even if you are not one of our lucky winners, you can still enjoy the circus from July 5-8 at Selland Arena, Fresno. All seats are reserved; tickets available through Ticketmaster.com, charge by phone at 800-745-3000 or visit the Selland Arena Box Office. for all ages. Bring your own instrument. 5 p.m. Parlier Branch Library, 1130 E. Parlier Ave. 646-3835. •STORYTIME Toddlers and preschoolers, with their parents, join Miss Priscilla to do finger plays, sing songs, and hear stories. FREE 11 a.m. Petunia’s Place, Opus Center, 6027 N. Palm, Fresno. 438-1561 •STORYTIME 10:30 a.m. Free at Our Playroom, 1445 Shaw Avenue, Suite 130, Clovis 297-5295. 8 Friday •AT BAT The action starts as the Visalia Rawhides play against Lake Elsinore Storm at 7 p. m. Recreation Ballpark, 300 N. Giddings Street, Visalia. 732-4433. •BATTER UP It’s fun, it’s exciting to watch the Fresno Grizzlies up at bat against the Las Vegas 51’s at 7:05 p.m. Chuckchansi Park, Fresno 320-TIXS •FARMERS MARKET Find a variety of fresh, delicious fruits and vegetables, live entertainment and activities for kids in Old Town Clovis 5:30-9 p.m. FREE admission. 298-5774 •INFANT/TODDLER STORYTIME—CLOVIS Interactive storytime with songs, and fingerplays, for ages 0-18 months at 10 a.m. and for ages 18 months-2 years at 11 a.m. FREE Clovis Regional Library, 1155 Fifth Street, 680-9531 •INFANT/TODDLER STORYTIME—KERMAN Interactive storytime with songs and fingerplays for newborns to 2 year olds. 10:30 a.m. FREE Kerman Branch Library, 15081 W. Kearney Plaza. 846-8804 •NATURE KIDS This class is great for the under-5 crowd and a parent. 10-11 a.m. Classes include a story, snack, craft project, and nature encounter that starts with a “H”. Cost, $5 per child. Pre-registration required. The Discovery Center, 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •STAR PARTY Star gazing at The Discovery Center from 8-10 p.m. Bring some munchies and a blanket! $5 for a car load. 1937 N. Winery Ave, Fresno. 251-5533 •STORYTIME Toddlers and preschoolers, with their parents, join Miss Priscilla to do finger plays, sing songs, and hear stories. FREE 11 a.m. Petunia’s Place, Opus Center, 6027 N. Palm, Fresno. 438-1561 •XANUDA, JUNIOR Enjoy this hilarious, roller skating, musical adventure today at 7:30 p.m. Tickets $5-$10. California Arts Academy, 4750 N. Blackstone, Fresno. 222-6539 9 Saturday •AT BAT The action starts as the Visalia Rawhides play against Lake Elsinore Storm at 7 p. m. Recreation Ballpark, 300 N. Giddings Street, Visalia. 732-4433. •BATTER UP It’s fun, it’s exciting to watch the Fresno Grizzlies up at bat against the Las Vegas 51’s at 7:05 p.m. Chuckchansi Park, Fresno 320-TIXS •HAMMER AND NAILS Check out the fun at the Build & Grow Kid’s Clinic for grades 2-5 at Lowe’s in Fresno. 10 a.m. FREE Preregistration required. 7611 North Blackstone Ave. Fresno. 436-6266 •SATURDAY SCIENCE Basic science classes that include science experiments and a craft. Ages 2 and up at 12, 1, and 2 p.m. Cost $5. The Discovery Center, 1944 Winery, Fresno 251-5533 •TAIL WAGGIN’ TUTOR Kids, K-6 can read to this friendly dog volunteer at 2 p.m. Sunnyside Regional Library, 5566 E. Kings Canyon Rd. 600-6594 •XANUDA, JUNIOR Enjoy this hilarious, roller skating, musical adventure today at 7:30 p.m. Tickets $5-$10. California Arts Academy, 4750 N. Blackstone, Fresno. 222-6539 •YU-GI-OH GAMING—SANGER Teens and tweens come have fun with card games. FREE 2 p.m. Sanger Branch Library, 1812 Seventh Street. 875-2435 10 Sunday •AT BAT The action starts as the Visalia Rawhides play against Lake Elsinore Storm at 2 p. m. Recreation Ballpark, 300 N. Giddings Street, Visalia. 732-4433. June 2012 • Central California PARENT • 1

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