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CPCSD invites residents to mouth-watering barbecue, new classes

EVENT

Grill’n and Chill’n
Come out and enjoy a day filled with delicious barbecue, live music, kids zone and amazing company at the Grill’n and Chill’n event, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 15. This family friendly event will feature many different crafters, exhibitors, vendors and, most importantly, a backyard amateur barbecue competition. Cost is $5 at the gate.

CLASSES

Cooking with Kids (ages 5-15)
Calling all little chefs! Join us in the kitchen where we will explore the culinary world through a child’s eyes. We will prepare fresh dishes and learn about nutrition and kitchen safety. Class begins Sept. 4.

Batik Art class
This class is designed for the beginner and is a fun enriching experience as you learn the ancient art skill of waxing and dying on fabric. Come learn this fun skill and create those unique holiday gifts. Classes begin Sept. 5.

Beginning Line Dance
Learn new and old lines dances in this fun and interactive class.  No partner or experience necessary. Classes begin on Sept. 6.

Pre-Tap for Kids (ages 3-5)
Students will be introduced to basic tap movements, focusing on sound and balance.  Combinations will be introduced and curriculum will be age and skill appropriate. Class begins Sept. 6.

Beginning Hula (ages 12+)
Embark on a cultural experience. Learn the beauty of the Hula’s story telling through hand and foot movements. Classes begin Sept. 6.

Hanging Baskets class|
Learn how to create a beautiful moss hanging basket in this hands on class with Juliet from the El Dorado Nursery.  he class fee covers all supplies to make a 16-inch basket. Class begins Sept. 25.

Drop-in Sports (ages 16+)
Join us for drop in volleyball and basketball. Come by yourself or bring a friend and enjoy a fun workout while playing your favorite sports. Volleyball is on Monday and basketball is on Thursdays.

For more information contact Cameron Park Community Services District at (530) 677-2231 or via e-mail at [email protected].

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