March brings with it good music and sports programs

Ladies make room in your closet by selling your clothes, purses, shoes, jewelry, accessories and more at the Cameron Park Community Services District’s Your Own Trunk Show from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, March 13. Booths available. Wine, champagne and snacks will be sold.

Join the CPCSD March 22 for Dean-O-Holics — a live, indoor concert performance.  This tribute to the Rat Pack will take you back in time for a night of amazing music. What would the Rat Pack be without an appearance by Marilyn Monroe? Snacks and beverages will be for sale. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the show will start at 7 p.m. Advanced tickets $18 each or two for $34 or buy tickets at the door for $20 each. Tickets are available at the CSD office, Cameron Park Shingle Springs Chamber Office, Walgreens, Bel Air, Station 89 and online at showclix.com.

The monthly Coffee, Tea and Friends program will take place from 10 to 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, March 11, in the Community Center social room.  This month’s topic is Medicare 2014 – What’s New? Find out how Medicare changes will affect you and your benefits at this free event. Play Bingo (sponsored by New West Haven) later that same day from 1 to 3 p.m.

March kicks off a new session of Taekwondo classes available to all ages. Work on coordination, balance, self-control, blocks and kicks while in your own Taekwondo uniform, included free with each class. Or try Olympic Style TKS sparing and kickboxing. After working up an appetite join one of the CSD’s many cooking classes — Thai cooking, Ultimate Cooking with Susan and Cooking with Kids.

If dance is more your style, the CSD offers a variety of dance classes for people of all ages— Hula and Beyond, Basic Hula for Kids, Belly Dance, Waltz, Nightclub 2-step and more. There is a little something for everyone, even those with two left feet!

THe CSD is sponsoring a basic basketball fundamentals and skills training camp with an emphasis on game play, shooting, dribbling, footwork and having fun. The camp is for players in fourth through eight grade and starts March 19, 20 or 21 depending on grade/skill division. The program will be divided up separately for  beginning boys and girls (fourth through sixth grade) on Wednesday evenings; beginning boys and girls (seventh and eighth grade) on Thursday evenings; and novice boys and girls (seventh and eighth grade) on Friday evenings.  Registration fee is $185/resident and $190/nonresident.

If you enjoy music try your hand at a ukulele class or a guitar class. With the warmer weather approaching, gardening classes are offered by instructors at El Dorado Nursery.  The CSD is also offering junior and adult golf classes at Bass Lake Golf Course; Saturdays for the junior classes and Saturday mornings or Thursday evenings for the adults.

Is your child struggling with math?? Check out Addition and Subtraction Facts to 9 class for ages 6 and older, plus a multiplication facts class for ages 8 and older. Children learn math the efficient way and stop counting with their fingers!

Don’t miss the NFL sponsored flag football program this spring. Get your friends together and sign up; deadline is March 14 and games start in April.

For a complete listing of all of our recreation programs and activities, and to sign up, visit cameronpark.org or call (530) 677-2231.

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