This month go back to the Renaissance, clean the garage

September begins the fall season with lots of new activities and fun for all.

Enjoy the Renaissance Tudor Fayre at Cameron Park Lake from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 6, and Sunday, Sept. 7. More information can be found at facebook.com/RenaissanceTudorFayreInCameronParkLake.

Clean out your unwanted junk from your garage and clean your yard of unwanted clippings and tree trimmings. Bring it all to the Fall Community Clean-Up Day held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 20, at the Camerado School parking lot. Cameron Park Fire Explorers will be there to help unload items. Yard waste, trash, general recycling and e-waste will be accepted. Snowline Hospice will take donations for its thrift shops and chipping will be offered on site. No commercial waste, oil, batteries, tires, rocks, dirt/concrete, large appliances or hazardous waste. Donations will be accepted.

The Cameron Park Community Services District’s Swap Meet is being held the same day (Sept. 20) in the Community Center parking lot from 8 a.m. to noon. Sell your treasures or hunt for new ones. Booth space is available.

The pool remains open for evening and weekend swim. Water aerobics classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, and evenings (6:30 to 7:15 p.m.). Lap swim is from 7 to 10 a.m. The CPCSD is offering Last Chance Swim Lessons (one-week sessions) at 3 or 3:30 p.m.

FUNdamental Volleyball will be led by Gold Cal Volleyball coaches on Friday afternoons. This program is open to boys and girls, fourth through eighth grade at the Community Center gym.  There is also a Sunday Volleyball Clinic taught by Sheri Millhollin and Alyssa Kimball.

A Futsal “Soccer Training” program has been added to the fall program; it will be held on Monday evenings.

NFL Youth Flag Football sign-ups are still being taken for the fall program. Games are on Saturday afternoons for second- through eighth-graders. Each player receives an NFL football team jersey and flags.

If your children is struggling with math – addition/subtraction or multiplication — the CSD offers two different classes to help your child have fun while learning the concepts and facts.

Are you interested in theater or music? The CSD has a variety of new programs including acting classes, improvisation and a youth ensemble musical production.

Classes teaching babysitting skills and CPR will also be held this fall, as well as glass art class, guitar, ukulele, Spanish, yoga, Zumba, ballroom dance and much more.

Want to spruce up your cooking skills before the holidays. Check out the  homemade pot stickers class, a yeast dough class and cooking with kids.

Enjoy the 50+ Room on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to socialize.  The 50+ Room, located at the Community Center, will have card tables, puzzles, games, reading material, movies and a space for just having fun with friends.

If travel is what you are looking for, then attend the Trip Presentation by Kris Adams from Premier World Discovery Tours. Consider a five-day trip to Sedona in December; then, in April, a seven-day trip to the gardens and mansions in New Orleans followed in July by a seven-day trip in  to Yellowstone and the Wild West.  The presentation will be held from 10 a.m. to noon on Friday, Sept. 19.

The CSD also offers shorter trips – a one-day trip in the comfort of a limo to Apple Hill on Thursday, Sept. 18.

There are lots of other programs and events going. For more information visit cameronpark.org or call (530) 677-2231.

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