Fall season begins with new activities

Youth and Adult Sports

FUNdamental volleyball
Beginners and intermediate players in fourth through eighth grade will enjoy top-flight instruction from Gold Cal Volleyball Club Director Melanie DeMuir and other Gold Cal Volleyball coaches. Sessions run from 4:30 to 6 p.m. on Fridays Sept. 6-27 (120310-09 code) and Oct. 4-25 (120310-10) at the Community Center gym. Cost is $95 for Cameron Park residents; $100 for others.

NFL youth flag football
Join the CPCSD for the new and improved NFL sponsored flag football league. This great league allows players an opportunity to learn and develop skills necessary to be successful in the game of football. Players will have one to two practices per week, determined by the coaches, with games being played on Saturday afternoons. Teams will be split into two groups (ages 2–4) and (ages 5–8); if there are enough registrants three groups (2–3), (4–5), (6–8). Each participant will receive an NFL flag football team jersey and flags. Registration deadline in Sept. 4.

Youth basketball registration now open
Sign up today for the Cameron Park Youth Basketball program. Children grades first through eight will have the opportunity to learn essential skills necessary in building the proper fundamentals to be successful in the great sport of basketball. Girls and boys will be separated by divisions and grades and will be under the supervision of great coaches. Participants will also be able to take part in a Ponderosa Bruins basketball clinic.  Games will be held on Saturdays beginning in January.

Drop-in volleyball
Grab some friends and play volleyball inside the CPCSD’s beautiful community center gym from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursdays. Drop-in participants can expect to play multiple pick-up games with a variety of people of all different ages and skill levels. Cost is $5.

Keep swimming
The pool remains opens for evening and weekend swim until Sept. 15.

Volunteer coaches needed
The CPCSD is looking for volunteer coaches for the fall NFL flag football season, beginning in September and the winter youth basketball season beginning in December.

Coaches will be responsible for teaching proper techniques and skills to players in a fun and safe environment. There will be one to two practices a week at the coach’s discretion and games on Saturdays.

There are eight games in a season and age groups range from second through fourth-graders and fifth through eighth-graders in football and first through eight-grader in basketball.

If you are interested or have any questions contact CPCSD Recreation Coordinator Dan Friese at (530) 677-2231 or cpcsd@cameronpark.org.

CSD classes

Looking for classes for your children or even for yourself? The CPCSD has a number of classes beginning on Sept. 3. Dance classes available are Ballet and Tap for ages 3-8), Youth Hula and Beyond Basics Youth Hula. New youth specialty classes are Theatre for Children, Musical Theatre, Beginning Guitar for Kids, Sing Out!! Group Voice Lessons, Preschool Spanish Language Class, Elementary Spanish Language Class, FIT Kids — Home School Physical Education and Cooking with Kids.

Teens can look forward to a Monthly Craft Club, Beginner’s Yoga, Basic Guitar, Spanish Language Class and Cooking with Kids.

Adult classes consist of Yoga, Zumba Gold Toning, Zumba Basic, MMA Fitness, Pilates Mat Class, Table Tennis Club, Beginning Hula and Tahitian Dance, Ballet Barre and Stretch Fun, Everything Essential: Enhancing your life with essential oils and Cooking with Chef Susan.

Senior events

The Sept. 10 Coffee, Tea and Friends program, 10 to 11:30 a.m. in the social room of the Community Center, will cover Understanding Medicare and Medicare Supplements. Join us every second Tuesday of the month for this free event sponsored by Visiting Angels.

Come back on Thursday, Sept. 12, for Senior Movie Day from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Sponsored by Friends of the Library, the movie this month is “Mama Mia.”  On the fourth Tuesday of the month, Sept. 24, the Cameron Park Newcomers sponsor Senior Game Day from 10 a.m. to noon.

Seniors can also stay fit at CPCSD exercise classes: Aging Well Series, Tai Chi for Better Balance, Table Tennis, Bridge on Mondays and Wednesdays, Mah Jong on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month.

For more information on any of the events mentioned above call (530) 677-2231 or e-mail cpcsd@cameronpark.org.

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