Get fit, have fun at Cameron Park events

The Cameron Park Community Services District kicks off the new year with one of the most exciting local bands in the Sacramento area. Todd Morgan and the Emblems will perform on Saturday, Jan. 25, at the Cameron Park Community Center.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and the concerts start at 7 p.m. Tickets are $18 each or two for $34 in advance and $20 each at the door. Snacks and beverages will be sold. Advance tickets are available at the CPCSD office, Shingle Springs/Cameron Park Chamber, Walgreens, Bel Air and Fire Station 89 or online at ShowClix.com.

On March 22 the concert will feature The Dean-O-Holics. For two years running, the band has won the National Rising Star Award for best Frank Sinatra/Dean Martin tribute band.

Looking to keep that New Year’s resolution regarding your health? Try some of these classes: Personal Touch – Jazzercise, Zumba gold toning, yoga, belly dancing, pilates, MMA fitness, tai chi or ballroom dance. The younger ones can try baby ballet, pre ballet, hula, guitar or Ukulele.

Is your child struggling with math? Children can learn math facts the efficient way and stop relying on finger counting.  There are classes for multiplication fact and addition and subtraction, plus the new math enrichments through games glass. Test your cooking skills with Thai cooking, chocolate truffles, Cooking with Chef Susan or cooking with kids at the community center kitchen. CPR and First Aid classes are also available.

Wines of the World is a new class that takes the fear out of tasting and buying wine.  This course, presented by Mike Owen from Crystal Basin Cellars, is designed to introduce you to the various aspects of wine, including history, production, purchasing and tasting.  The nine-week class includes an introduction to wine, Old World and New World, Italian wines, Australian and New Zealand wines, plus pairing and serving and more. Class is 90 minutes long; the first 45 minutes includes lecture, questions/answers and a weekly quiz and is then followed by 45 minutes of hosted wine sampling to match the weekly theme. Fee for the nine-week class is $124/$119 with Cameron Park resident discount.

Seniors can attend tai chi for better balance or attend the game day on the fourth Thursday of the month (Jan. 28) from 10 a.m. to noon.  The topic for Coffee, Tea and Friends on Tuesday, Jan. 14, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. is Transition to Senior Living. Attend the Community Forum, the topic is Successful Aging in Cameron Park on Thursday, Jan. 16, at 5:30 p.m.  This is forum presented by members of the El Dorado County Commission of Aging, identifying strengths and issues of the growing population 50-plus years old. The goal is to work toward community education, social interaction, enrichment activities, wellness, outreach and advocacy in support of older adults and elders. There is also an Aging well Series offered with a variety of topics.

On Feb. 1, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the CSPCSD will sponsor the annual Reds, Whites and Jewels show. Get someone special jewelry for Valentines’ Day while enjoying wine. Jewelry vendors are currently being accepted. Beverage sales will benefit El Dorado Dog Owners Guild.

All of these activities and other programs and events are listed on cameronpark.org. For more information call (530) 677-2231



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