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Sundays • 6-8pm • Central Park
C O M M U N I T Y
L I V I N G
Rancho Santa Margarita
Your Guide for Activities & Community Services
SU M M ER 2016
• City News
•Summer Concerts
•Flag Day Ceremony
•Camps and Programs
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August 14 Parrot Head Band
(Jimmy Buffett Tribute)
Sundays • 6-8pm • Central Park
S U M M E R 2016
CONTENTS
City News...................................................2-5
Registration Information........................... 5
R A N C H O S A N TA M A R G A R I TA
Communit y Living
The Bell Tower Regional
Community Center
22232 El Paseo
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
949.216.9700
Youth Classes
Preschool Programs.............................6-7
Youth........................................................7-8
Summer Camps................................. 8-15
Adult Classes.............................................. 17
Age Well Senior Services........................ 18
Other City Offerings
Health and Safety.................................. 19
Registration begins May 16
CONNECT WITH US
949.216.9700
Facility Rentals.........................................ext. 1261
Services and Support Groups.............. 19
All classes are located at The Bell Tower Regional Community Center
unless otherwise noted in class/course descriptions.
The Bell Tower Regional Community Center will be closed on the following holidays:
Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, Independence Day, Monday, July 4.
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA CITY OFFICIALS
CI T Y CO U N CI L
Age Well Senior Services.....................ext. 1257
Mayor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . L. Anthony Beall
Meals on Wheels.....................................ext. 1271
Mayor Pro Tempore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carol A. Gamble
Boys and Girls Club............................... ext. 1280
Registration Questions............................... ext. 0
Facebook
www.facebook.com/municipalrsm
Class Registration
www.cityofrsm.org/classregistration
Email
[email protected]
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Council Member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jerry Holloway
Council Member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bradley J. McGirr
Council Member . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michael Vaughn
C I T Y M A N AG E R
City Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jennifer M. Cervantez
Community Living Magazine is a publication of the City of Rancho Santa Margarita, promoting
the Bell Tower Regional Community Center. The Community Center offers programs and services
to enrich the lives of south county residents and serves the communities of Rancho Santa
Margarita, Dove Canyon, Coto de Caza, Foothill Ranch, Ladera Ranch, Las Flores, Mission Viejo
(east of Marguerite), Portola Hills, Trabuco Canyon, and Wagon Wheel. The publication is mailed
and distributed to local residents and businesses.
C I T Y O F R A N C H O S A N TA M A R G A R I TA
22112 El Paseo, Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
949.635.1800
@rsmcity @city_of_rsm
To view an electronic version of this publication, visit www.cityofrsm.org.
S U M M E R 2016
CITY NEWS
Rancho Santa Margarita Rocks!
Rancho Santa Margarita’s favorite summer
tradition is back for its 10th season beginning July 10 in Central Park. The free fiveweek concert series takes place each Sunday
from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m., July 10 through
August 14, in the Central Park Amphitheater, located at 30842 La Miranda adjacent to
Civic Center Plaza.
Enjoy the warm summer evenings in
Rancho Santa Margarita while listening to
live music. It's the perfect way to end your
weekend— a variety of dining options are
available and within walking distance; it’s
an opportunity for families to come together to enjoy a relaxing summer evening in
the park. You’re certain to see friends and
neighbors of all ages under the palm-lined
Central Park area of City Hall and the Bell
Tower Regional Community Center. Concessions will be available for purchase at the
concerts and there will be activities for chil-
dren to enjoy hosted by local community
organizations.
Many families prefer to enjoy a picnic
dinner as a part of the concert experience;
we ask that no alcohol or glass containers
of any type be brought onto the grounds of
Central Park. Bring low-backed lawn chairs
or blankets for seating - tarps are not permitted on the lawn before or during the
concerts as they trap heat and damage the
grass. In the interest of ensuring an enjoyable experience for all, we ask that guests
refrain from using umbrellas, canopies or
tents for unobstructed views of the stage.
Unattended items of any kind are at your
own risk and not permitted until 6:00 a.m.
the day of a concert.
For more information on concerts in the
park, visit the City’s website at cityofrsm.org
call the Community Services Department at
(949) 216-9700.
Summer Concert Series
July 10
Jumping Jack Flash July 17
Smith July 24
HiFi Academy July 31
Neon Nation (Rolling Stones Tribute)
(Country)
(Classic Rock)
(80’s)
August 7 Stone Soul (R & B)
August 14 Parrot Head Band (Jimmy Buffett Tribute)
Businesses, Community Organizations Support Special Events
The City of Rancho Santa Margarita Community Services Department prides itself on
its ability to provide quality, communitywide special events for the enjoyment of residents and visitors. The decline of traditional
revenue sources during the past decade presented challenges for the City to continue
providing these programs. To meet these
challenges, relationships were developed
with local businesses and other potential
sponsors for community events. These special events are very well-attended and presenting those opportunities to gain exposure
for our local businesses was a great fit. This
effort is an extension of the City’s partnership with the RSM Chamber of Commerce,
which encourages residents to shop and
use services locally. By supporting our local
businesses, we maintain our quality of life in
the community and provide essential funding for City services, programs and events.
Saddleback Memorial, Applied Medical,
RainTree Investment Corporation, Memorial Care Medical Group, Cal Elite, Santa
Margarita Water District, Charles Abbot
Associates, South County Bank, Santa Margarita Ford and PV Maintenance are just a
few of the many businesses that choose to
promote their services at special events in
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the community. For example, our New Year’s
Eve Celebrating Family and Friends annual
event and our Summer Concert Series are
funded in part through sponsorships.
We’ve also made an effort to include nonprofit organizations and faith-based groups in
our events, as their missions include service to
the community. Volunteers from groups such
as National Charity League’s Canyon Chapter,
OC Oil Recycle, Tutor Time, Jamberry, Bahai
Community Church, LDS of RSM Church,
OC Dance Productions, California Martial
Arts and several Boy and Girl Scout troops
assist us at our events with enthusiasm and
creativity. The true benefit is the engagement
of people of all ages coming together to serve
the community.
Our effort to increase opportunities to
grow and enhance our special events, while
reducing the impact to the City’s General
Fund, has not gone unnoticed! We continually receive great feedback from event attendees
and are extremely proud of our relationship
with business, community and faith-based
organizations.
We welcome your involvement as a community sponsorship partner. Please call
Wendi Redington, Community Services
Supervisor, at (949) 216-9700 for additional
information.
S U M M E R 2016
CITY NEWS
City Street Sweeping Services
The City of Rancho Santa Margarita is
proud to partner with Sunset Property
Services to provide citywide street sweeping services. We are reaching out to residents to bring awareness of the importance
of street sweeping and to remind residents
of the days their streets are swept. Many
residents are unaware that street sweeping
is provided not just for the beautification
of your city but, more importantly, for the
benefit of our environment.
The more obvious benefit is the collection and removal of paper, leaves and
other visible debris that collect in the gutters. This debris can block storm drain facilities, possibly causing flooding during
heavy rains. An equally important, but less
visible, benefit is the removal of metal particles and other hazardous waste products
left by motor vehicles. Although they are
virtually invisible, these particles can be
extremely harmful to fish and other wildlife if they reach our creeks, rivers, beaches
and bays. Street sweeping is an effective
method of removing both the large and
microscopic pollutants that collect on city
streets. Every vehicle parked on the street on
sweeping day forces the sweepers to maneuver the length of two cars to safely service the street, leaving over 40 feet of street
un-swept. Please help keep our oceans,
streets and storm drains clean by keeping
our street sweeping effective; please reference your street’s days of service and move
parked cars between the hours of 8:00 am
& 3:00 pm on these days.
For more information, please reference
the City's website at www.cityofrsm.org or
email [email protected]
Clean & Green
Help keep your storm drains
clean and our services effective; please move parked
cars from the streets on their
scheduled service days.
Street Sweeping Schedule
Service Month
Section A
Section B
Section C
Section D
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
14th & 28th
11th & 25th
4th & 18th
9th & 16th
11th & 25th
8th & 22nd
1st & 15th
13th & 27th
9th & 23rd
13th & 27th
6th & 20th
11th & 25th
13th & 27th
10th & 24th
3rd & 17th
8th & 22nd
11th & 25th
8th & 22nd
1st & 15th
13th & 20th
8th & 22nd
12th & 26th
5th & 19th
10th & 24th
12th & 26th
9th & 23rd
2nd & 16th
14th & 28th
10th & 24th
14th & 28th
7th & 21st
12th & 26th
14th & 21st
11th & 25th
4th & 18th
9th & 23rd
12th & 26th
9th & 23rd
2nd & 16th
14th & 28th
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S U M M E R 2016
CITY NEWS
Finance: Mobile App
The City of Rancho Santa Margarita is rolling out a new, free mobile
app for Android and Apple operating systems to ensure residents
have yet another direct line of information to local government.
Our Finance and Information Technology staff worked with the
municipality website’s developer, CivicPlus, to develop the new
app. CivicPlus also hosts the app. “A mobile app is a great communication tool for us,” said City Manager Jennifer Cervantez. “It’s one
more place for us to offer an opportunity to interact with the public.
In today’s modern world, most of us want information to be brief,
easy to acquire and immediate. We are very proud to offer this mobile app. It’s instantaneous and it’s a great asset for our residents.”
The My RSM app connects users to the City’s website to access the
calendar, directory, economic development, monthly newsletter
and news. The app will allow users to report nuisance issues such
as potholes or graffiti, submit service requests and access important city information regarding events, emergency alerts and more
from their smartphones. Users will be able to customize their app
experience by choosing the information they want to see. My RSM
joins the list of the City’s other communication tools, including the
City’s website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Nextdoor and YouTube. The community is encouraged to download My RSM, available free for Android devices through Google play and for iPhone
devices through the Apple Online Store.
C O M M U N I T Y
L I V I N G
Rancho Santa Margarita
Your Guide for Activities & Community Services
EXCITING ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITY
Welcome to the new and improved Community Living magazine!
With a mini makeover the magazine takes on a fresh look with room to
include advertisements. Now in color, this main communication piece
from the City of Rancho Santa Margarita includes city news, event information and programs at the Community Center.
Sent to over 27,000 residences and businesses in Rancho Santa Margarita
and Coto de Caza this professionally designed magazine is the perfect
tool to reach your target audience. For more information, contact Judi
Russi at [email protected] or call 949-635-1835.
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S U M M E R 2016
CITY NEWS
Community Services:
Flag Day June 14
freedom and justice, the Flag of the United States of America needs to be treated
with the utmost respect."
Our annual Flag Day Celebration is held at
the Civic Center located at 22112 El Paseo,
Rancho Santa Margarita. The event includes patriotic music and remarks. Families are encouraged to bring their own
lawn chairs and any US Flags to retire. This
year's event will be held on Tuesday, June
14, 2016, at dusk, (7:45pm).
The City of Rancho Santa Margarita is
proud to offer an opportunity for residents
and guests of all ages to honor the American Flag with this observation and Flag
retirement ceremony, in partnership with
American Legion Post 862 and many local
Boy and Girl Scout units. Held outside the
Bell Tower near Central Park, the ceremony is held to destroy properly – by burning
– worn, damaged or otherwise unserviceable American Flags in a dignified manner
in accordance with The United States Flag
Code which reads: "As a revered symbol of
This respect extends to the Flag's eventual retirement and destruction. "The Flag,
when it is in such condition that it is no
longer a fitting emblem of display, should
be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably
by burning."
Development Services:
General Plan Update
The City of Rancho Santa Margarita celebrated its 15th year of City incorporation
in 2015, and while the carefully crafted
master-planned community’s infrastructure ages and matures, so does the adopted General Plan. Pursuant to law, the
State of California requires every city and
county to prepare and adopt a comprehensive, long-term general plan for their
physical development. It requires seven
topics or “elements”: land use, housing,
circulation, conservation, open space,
noise and safety. On December 19, 2002,
the City Council adopted the City of Rancho Santa Margarita's first General Plan,
and in February of this year directed staff
to move forward with the preparation of
a General Plan Update to ensure the elements moving forward are “refreshed” and
relevant for the next 10 to 15 years.
Elements of the plan update process will
include robust public outreach and several opportunities for the public to participate in this important part of protecting
and preserving the City’s master plan for
future generations. Opportunities for public participation will be communicated via
the City’s website, e-newsletters, future issues of Rancho Santa Margarita Community Living Magazine and more.
For information on the General Plan Update, please contact Cheryl Kuta, Development Services Director, at (949) 635-1800.
Activity Registration Information
▪ 3 easy ways to register ▪
1 Online
www.cityofrsm.org
ƒƒ New users will
need to set-up
an account
2 Walk-in
ƒƒ Register at the
Bell Tower Regional
Community Center
ƒƒ 8 a.m.-9 p.m.
3 Mail-in
ƒƒ Mail your completed registration
form with a check made payable
to City of Rancho Santa Margarita
ƒƒ The Bell Tower Regional
Community Center
22232 El Paseo,
Rancho Santa Margarita,
CA 92688
REFUND INFORMATION
1. All refunds unless class is canceled by the City or instructor will
be assessed a $7 processing fee.
3. Checks returned due to non-sufficient funds are
subject to a $20 processing fee.
2. Refund requests for 1 day classes or workshops must be received
in writing at least 5 business days prior to the class starting.
4. Refund requests must be made prior to the
second class meeting.
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YOUTH CLASSES
Preschool
Little Ninjas
$53 • 5 Classes*
$43 • 4 Classes
ABCs with Tiny Tots
Come experience a fun way of preparing your
child for kindergarten. Using hands-on interactive learning with art, science, cooking, music and
much more, your child will learn their numbers,
letters and shapes, learn to write their name as
well as develop social skills of patience, listening,
cooperation and sharing. No parent participation
needed. Children must be fully potty trained. This
is a year round program with month-to-month
registration to meet the needs of your schedule.
Ages: 3-5 yrs.
What to bring: Healthy snack and lunch.
Instructor: SoCal Tiny Tots
$264 • per month
210761 01 M,W,F Jun 6-Jul 1
210761 03 M,W,F Aug 1-Aug 26
9 am-1 pm
9 am-1 pm
9 am-1 pm
Jun 7-Jun 30
Aug 2-Aug 25
9 am-1 pm
9 am-1 pm
$132 • per month
210761 05 T,Th
6
Jul 12-Jul 28
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210235 01 T
210235 02 T
210235 03* T
Jun 7-Jun 28
Jul 5-Jul 26
Aug 2-Aug 30
3:45-4:15 pm
3:45-4:15 pm
3:45-4:15 pm
Paint, Paste and More!
$78 • 5 Classes
Encourage your child's creativity and imagination
through hands-on exploration of a wide variety of
manipulative and sensory materials. Different activities are introduced each week, so come for fun
and dress for a mess. All activities are amendable
to suit all ages, older siblings are encouraged to enroll. Ages: 1.5-5 yrs. No class 7/19.
Instructor: Wendy Rault
210302 01 T
$176 • per month
210761 04 T,Th
210761 06 T,Th
Instructor: Robert McDonough
What to bring: $20 cash materials fee
$198 • per month
210761 02 M,W,F Jul 11-Jul 29
This class will cover basic development of skills,
structure and coordination of a Karate class. Ages:
4-5 yrs.
Jun 28-Aug 2
10-10:45 am
The Three Nanny
Goats Gruff
$134 • 6 Classes
Have fun being in a musical production of the classic tale The Three Nanny Goats Gruff! Children
will be coached by professionals in performing
arts while rehearsing for this darling musical.
Participants will be taught improvisational skills
and how to create a story on stage, as well as other
music, movement and drama exercises. Final performance will be held on July 7th at 6:30pm for
family and friends. Ages: 3-7 yrs.
Instructor: Creative Kid Playhouse
9 am-1 pm
210232 01 T,Th
Jun 21-Jul 7
9:30-10:30 am
S U M M E R 2016
YOUTH CLASSES
Tunes & Tales
$48 • 4 Classes
Let’s get the wiggles out! Tunes & Tales is a Music and Movement class for children ages 2 to 4
years. Sing-a-longs and finger play songs start off
this fun-filled class followed by musical activities
using bean bags, rhythm sticks, instruments, a
parachute and more. Children have a great time
while developing their listening and social skills.
Parent/adult participation required. Ages: 2-4 yrs.
Instructor: Vivian Stapleton
210913 01 Th
210913 02 Th
Jun 30-Jul 21
Aug 4-Aug 25
9-9:45 am
9-9:45 am
Youth
After School Sewing for
Kids & Teens
$148 • 4 Classes
Learn sewing basics, fabric selection, how to follow a pattern and complete amazing projects in
class. No prior experience is needed. All fabric,
notions and sewing machines are supplied. Ages:
7.5-17 yrs.
What to bring: $35 cash materials fee
Instructor: Linda Rush
220501 01 T
May 31-Jun 21
3:30-6 pm
American Doll Fashions
$148 • 4 Classes
Design, plan and actually create your very own
doll fashions. Students will select fabrics and learn
to follow a pattern while mastering basic sewing
skills and will work on a complete outfit for an 18"
doll (includes American Girl Dolls). Girls are encouraged to bring their doll to class for the fittings
and fashion show. No experience is necessary. All
fabric, notions and sewing machines supplied.
Ages: 7.5-14 yrs.
What to bring: $35 cash materials fee
Jun 2-Jun 23
Karate
$98 • 5 Classes
$98 • per month
Learn to play the guitar in just five weeks. This class
is designed to build a strong foundation for people
with no experience playing the guitar. Students
will learn several chords, strum styles and classic
rock songs. Students must bring their own guitar
to class. Class is repeatable. Ages: 10 yrs. & up.
Youth Beginning Karate: 4:15-5 pm
Instructor: Ron Gorman
Youth Advanced Karate: 5-5:45 pm
220901 01 T
Jul 26-Aug 23
6-7 pm
Beginning Ukulele
$98 • 5 Classes
Learn how to play current and classic songs on the
ukulele. You will learn easy chords, fun songs and
how to play different strum styles. No previous
experience is required; please bring your own ukulele to class. Ages: 10 yrs. & up.
Instructor: Ron Gorman
Instructor: Linda Rush
220506 01 Th
Beginning Guitar
220916 01 T
3:30-6 pm
Jul 26-Aug 23
5-6 pm
This class will cover basic blocking and self-defense. Class is conducted in a traditional manner
with emphasis on protocol and etiquette. Ages:
6-12 yrs.
This class will go more in-depth in the study of Karate and will include traditional Karate as well as
preparation for National and International competition for the students who want to compete.
Placement in this class is at the discretion of Sensei McDonough. Ages: 8-12 yrs.
Adult Karate: 5:45-6:45 pm
This class will cover all aspects of Karate; the lecture portion of class is designed for individuals
ages 13 yrs. & up. Placement in this class is at the
discretion of Sensei McDonough.
Instructor: Robert McDonough
220202 01 T,Th
220202 02 T,Th
220202 03 T,Th
Clay Adventures
$81 • 5 Classes
Jun 2-Jun 30
Jul 5-Jul 28
Aug 2-Aug 30
4:15-6:45 pm
4:15-6:45 pm
4:15-6:45 pm
Have a blast learning how to turn clay into wonderful creatures and other fun projects. We will
hand build the pieces as we learn techniques such
as coiling, scoring, slab construction and more. We
will decorate the pieces with under glazes (special
paint for wet clay). Different projects each day. All
pieces will be glazed and fired. Aprons will be provided. Ages: 6-12 yrs.
What to bring: $20 cash materials fee
Instructor: Lucia Henry
220303 01 Th
Jun 30-Jul 28
4-5:15 pm
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SUMMER CAMPS
Adventure
Academic Chess
$133 • 4 Classes
This extensive chess camp is a fun way for your child
to learn a game that allows them to improve their
critical thinking skills, focus and sportsmanship.
This camp includes daily chess strategy and tactics
lessons for all levels, fun games and activities to
reinforce chess principles and painting your own
chess pieces. Ages: 5-12 yrs.
Instructor: Academic Chess Staff
220735 01 M-Th Jul 11-Jul 14
9 am-1 pm
Extreme Team
Challenge
NEW
$145 • 5 Classes
This camp is for those who like to play and
compete. Teams and individuals compete in
survival challenges, treasure hunts and classic
games from shows like Minute to Win It, Survivor,
and Amazing Race. Work together to overcome
obstacles and challenges that are impossible to
do alone. Teams will compete for teamwork and
sportsmanship and will enjoy a massive water
fight. Ages: 6-12 yrs.
Instructor: Edutainment Arts
221101 01 M-F Jun 20-Jun 24
9 am-12 pm
Beauty Spa Camp
NEW
$145 • 5 Classes
Girls will be pampered and learn how to pamper
themselves and others! They will learn, apply and
take home scrubs and homemade masks made
from standard kitchen ingredients. Participants
will also learn how to create simple nail designs,
how to apply eye shadow and how to do a
waterfall or fishtail braid on a friends hair! Girls
will be given small gifts throughout the duration
of the camp.
What to bring: $10 cash materials fee, towel,
snack and water bottle.
Instructor: Edutainment Arts
221102 01 M-F
Jul 18-Jul 22
California
Summer Camp
9 am-12 pm
NEW
This camp is pure summer fun! Playing fun games,
like soccer, dodgeball and tug-of-war, singing
songs, building crafts, performing skits, making
friends and just being silly. Enjoy California
summer like it was meant to be. Bring your
sunscreen for a summer you’ll always remember.
Ages: 6-12 yrs.
8
Aug 1-Aug 5
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$145 • 5 Classes
The Hunger Games without the violence. Send
your tributes to compete and see who will
survive as the victor of daily competitions. As
they go through training week, campers will
learn survival skills, archery, shelter making and
teamwork as they join in the fun of the annual
Hunger Games. Ages: 8-13 yrs.
It’s Jedi training time at camp! Learn to use the
Force and how to operate a Lightsaber. Campers
will build a Jedi costume, be issued a practice saber
and learn the positive aspects of being a Jedi. Basic
stage combat will be taught for safe saber sparring.
Yoda will help us get in tune with the Force. Crafts
will build our Jedi arsenal and Jedi games and
competitions will be held to help strengthen our
commitment to the Force. Ages: 6-12 yrs.
Instructor: Edutainment Arts
221092 01 M-F
Jul 25-Jul 29
9am-12 pm
Magic Camp
9 am-12 pm
Instructor: Edutainment Arts
221012 01 M-F
Aug 8-Aug 12
9 am-12 pm
$116 • 4 Classes
Popular magic tricks will be broken down to their
basic forms. We focus on the presentation and
performance of magic, turning a magic trick into
a magic show. You will have a full kit of magic to
take home at the end of the camp. Participants
will be able to perform new skills before family
and friends on the last day of camp. Ages: 7-12 yrs.
Art
Instructor: Edutainment Arts
This art camp is filled with creative and fun
projects. Explore a variety of media such as acrylics
on canvas, watercolors, pastels, clay sculptures and
more! Participants will enjoy summertime through
art as individuals draw and paint landscapes, stilllife, animals and other themes. Clay projects are
glazed and fired at the end of class. All art supplies
and aprons provided. Ages: 6-11 yrs.
Jul 5-Jul 8
9 am-12 pm
Harry Potter
$145 • 5 Classes
A camp filled with magic, potions, magical recipes,
puzzles, games, crafts and presentations. Live the
fantasy of being a wizard for a week. Think you
have the magic touch to be a wizard? This is the
place to start. Ages: 6-10 yrs.
Instructor: Edutainment Arts
Instructor: Edutainment Arts
221103 01 M-F
$145 • 5 Classes
221014 01 T-F
$145 • 5 Classes
Star Wars Camp
Hunger Games
221091 01 M-F
Aug 15-Aug 19
9am-12 pm
Summer of Art
$105 • 5 Classes
What to bring: $20 cash materials fee
Instructor: Lucia Henry
221019 01 M-F
221019 02 M-F
221019 03 M-F
Jun 27-Jul 1
Jul 18-Jul 22
Aug 8-Aug 12
9:30-11:30 am
9:30-11:30 am
9:30-11:30 am
S U M M E R 2016
SUMMER CAMPS
Computer
Dance
Computer Coding &
Design Camp
All-Star Tiny Cheer Camp
NEW
$230 • 5 Classes
Learn to code computers while having fun creating
games, making animations and building websites.
Students will learn computer programming and
graphic design concepts using Scratch, Python and
HTML/CSS. Ages: 7-13 yrs.
Instructor: Savoy Academy
221107 01 M-F
221107 02 M-F
Jul 25-Jul 29
Aug 8-Aug 12
2-5 pm
2-5 pm
All-in-One Dance Camp
$135 • 5 Classes
$110 • 5 Classes
Come join OC Dance’s Cheer instructors to learn
cheers and pom dances. In this camp, participants
will learn the foundation for cheerleading through
basic arm motions, jumps, chants, pom dance and
beginning tumbling. Participants will also play
games and do cheer crafts each day for our final
performance for family and friends on the last day
of camp. All moves and songs are age appropriate
and camp format is done by award-winning kids
cheer coach, Kim Esmond. Ages: 4-7 yrs.
In this camp, students will build a proper and wellrounded foundation for dance through beginning
hip hop, jazz, musical theater dance and basic
tumbling. Dancers will learn dance combinations,
routines and performance skills utilizing these
dance forms for a performance for parents on the
last day of camp. Camp also includes daily crafts
and team-building games. Ages: 5-9 yrs.
What to bring: $20 cash materials fee
Instructor: OC Dance Productions
221048 01 M-F
Aug 1-Aug 5
9 am-12 pm
What to bring: $20 cash materials fee
Instructor: OC Dance Productions
211077 01 M-F
Jul 25-Jul 29
10 am-12 pm
Cooking
Culinary Kids
$178 • 5 Classes
From the oven to your tummy, kids will be
inspired to cook, create and experiment in the
kitchen. Come mix, mash and mingle in the
kitchen and make new friends in the process. Each
week of camp will be different so come to one or
come to all. For food allergy information, please
call 949.292.4720 Ages: 5-12 yrs.
What to bring: $45 cash materials fee
Instructor: Culinary Kids
221049 01
221049 02
221049 03
221049 04 M-F
M-F
M-F
M-F Jul 25-Jul 29
Aug 1-Aug 5
Aug 8-Aug 12
Aug 15-Aug 19 1:30-4:30 pm
1:30-4:30 pm
1:30-4:30 pm
1:30-4:30 pm
$145 • 5 Classes
Campers will learn food handling skills and
hygiene; then learn how to make several delicious
and fun dishes. This camp features delectable
competitions with challenges. Menus are
prepared and the restaurant is open at the end
of the week for family and friends! (2 guests per
student enrolled allowed at the final days meal)
Ages: 6-12 yrs.
What to bring: $20 cash materials fee
Instructor: Edutainment Arts
Jul 18-Jul 22
Thursday, July 28
7:00 p.m.
Cost: Free
Bell Tower Regional
Community Center
Top Chef Camp
221013 01 M-F
Ranger Jack’s
Musical Decathlon
1-4 pm
22232 El Paseo, RSM 92688
Come join Ranger Jack in this
musical adventure. Ranger Jack performs on his guitar and keyboard as he
engages children in this hilarious show. Music, sports and puppets combine
to make this a fun and engaging show for all ages.Generously Sponsored by
the Friends of the Rancho Santa Margarita Library For more information, call
949-216-9700.
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Princess Academy – 2
NEW
$129 • 5 Classes
“Have courage and be kind” as a princess would
say – This academy will focus on various genres
of dance, group kindness and anti-bullying
activities. Campers will learn dance moves and
choreographed dances with a basis of jazz, ballet
and tumbling. Each day participants will engage in
group kindness activities and discussions that can
be applied to real life. Princesses-in-training will
also do crafts, engage in team building games and
work on etiquette skills. A real life princess will visit
during camp and, on the last day of camp, there will
be a showcase for parents and friends. Ages: 4-7 yrs.
What to bring: $20 cash materials fee
Instructor: OC Dance Productions
221104 02 M-F
Aug 8-Aug 12
9:30 am -12 pm
Princess Ballet Camp
$59 • 5 Classes
Jedi Hip Hop
NEW
$135 • 5 Classes
Calling all Jedis! Children will learn choreographed movements with light sabers they create
in class. Movements are hip hop/jazz-based and
age appropriate. Class will also include basic coordination techniques, strength exercises and teamwork activities. Performance on last day of class
for family and friends. Ages: 5-9 yrs.
What to bring: $20 cash materials fee
Instructor: OC Dance Productions
221105 01 M-F Jul 18-Jul 22
9:30 am-12:30 pm
Parent & Me Princess Ballet
Pop Star Sing &
Dance Camp
$129 • 5 Classes
For all the Pop Stars, this camp is a hit. Participants will learn and sing lyrics to their favorite Radio Disney songs such as Katy Perry, Taylor Swift,
Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato and others while
dancing to fun, clean choreography like a true pop
star. Props and crafts will be made for final performance on Friday. Participants will also play games
and make crafts for their pop star performance for
family and friends on last day of camp. All songs,
moves and themes are age appropriate and jazz/
hip hop-based. Ages: 5-9 yrs.
What to bring: $20 cash materials fee
$59 • 5 Classes
Instructor: OC Dance Productions
Does your little one dream of being a princess? If
so, this class is for your child! The princess ballet
series is an introduction to the fundamentals of
ballet and creative movement with an element of
fun and fantasy. With a little help from parent/
caretaker, children use props, dress in princess
tutus, enjoy princess story time, dance to classical
fairy tale music and make crafts. Each session features different princesses and instructor provides
dance skirts and props. Active parent/caretaker
participation is required. Ages: 1.5-3 yrs.
220438 01 M-F
What to bring: $20 cash materials fee
Instructor: OC Dance Productions
210401 01 M-F
Jul 11-Jul 15
9:30-10:30 am
Jul 11-Jul 15
Princess Academy – 1
1-3:30 pm
NEW
Join us for a week of ballet, etiquette and what it
means to be a true princess. Campers will learn
the fundamentals of beginning ballet: poise,
grace, and choreography of their ballet dance.
Camp will also include daily etiquette lessons,
group kindness discussions and anti-bullying
activities that can be applied outside of camp.
Daily princess crafts will be made, games will
be played and even a surprise visit from a real
princess! Showcase for parents and friends on
last day of camp. Ages: 4-7 yrs.
What to bring: $20 cash materials fee
Instructor: OC Dance Productions
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What to bring: $20 cash materials fee
Instructor: OC Dance Productions
210440 01 M-F
Jul 11-Jul 15
10:45-11:45 am
Film
Animation Flix
$135 • 5 Classes
221104 01 M-F
Calling all Dancing Princesses! The princess series
ballet camp is an introduction to the fundamentals
of ballet and creative movement with an element
of fun and fantasy. Participants enjoy learning
basic ballet movements and vocabulary, hear their
favorite princess stories, dress in princess tutus with
props and make princess crafts. Instructor provides
dance skirts, wands, and props. Ages: 3-6 yrs.
1-4 pm
$173 • 5 Classes
Each day you’ll use a new style of stop-motion,
combining favorites from the past with new
styles, making this camp different each year! It’s
the ultimate arts and crafts camp where students
create, direct and film their movies in ageappropriate groups. *Flix downloadable a month
after camp ends. Ages: 7-13 yrs.
What to bring: $30 cash production fee
Instructor: IncrediFlix Crew
221044 01 M-F
Jul 25-Jul 29
9 am-12 pm
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Gymnastics
Live Action Flix
$173 • 5 Classes
Do you want to have a blast making a movie? We
will guide you from “Action” to “That’s a wrap” as
you brainstorm, location scout, bring in props and
costumes, act and direct in a collaborative movie
that will be fun for the entire audience. *Flix
downloadable a month after camp ends. Ages:
7-13 yrs.
What to bring: $30 cash production fee
Instructor: IncrediFlix Crew
221106 01 M-F
Jun 20-Jun 24
9am-12 pm
Lego® Flix
$173 • 5 Classes
Bring Lego® worlds to life! We provide the Legos
and you provide your imagination. Students will
create a set with Lego® characters for a movie they
storyboard, write, shoot and add voice-over in ageappropriate groups. *Flix downloadable a month
after camp ends. Ages: 7-13 yrs.
What to bring: $30 cash production fee
Girls Get-Up-and-Go
Camp!
Gymnastics Tumbling
Camp
$99 • 4 Classes
NEW
$200 • 5 Classes
Bring a friend and make new ones in this fitnessoriented camp program filled with fun and
creative physical fitness, games, songs, crafts,
skits, picnics, reading, creating stories and
socializing together. What more could a girl ask
for? Marie Corbett has been teaching children
at the Bell Tower Community Center for the past
seven years and will ensure a fun-filled week of
lasting memories. Get up and go this summer!
Please wear comfortable, stretchy clothing and
tennis shoes. Ages: 5.5-11.5 yrs.
What to bring: $5 cash materials fee, sack lunch
and water.
Instructor: Marie Corbett
221108 01 M-F
221108 02 M-F
221108 03 M-F
Jun 27-Jul 1
Jul 11-Jul 15
Aug 15-Aug 19
Gymnastics and cheer students - this is a great
opportunity to learn or improve your tumbling
skills while enjoying the extra time that a camp
format allows. Camps are very skill-focused with
progression in mind, along with fun and games, of
course! Register early and save your spot to receive
professional coaching by Marie Corbett. This
camp is perfect for all skill levels and will include a
performance for friends and family on the last day.
Please wear leotards or stretchy clothes, and fasten
your hair up. Ages: 6-11.5 yrs.
What to bring: Snack and water
Instructor: Marie Corbett
221025 01 M-Th Jul 25-Jul 28
221025 02 M-Th Aug 8-Aug 11
1-4 pm
1-4 pm
9 am-3 pm
9 am-3 pm
9 am-3 pm
Instructor: IncrediFlix Crew
221043 01 M-F
Jul 25-Jul 29
1-4 pm
Minecraft Flix
$173 • 5 Classes
Turn the popular video game into an exciting
Minecraft world! Using stop-motion animation
you will bring Steve, the creepers, and more
to life. Students will write, storyboard, shoot
and add voice-over in age-appropriate groups.
*Flix downloadable a month after camp ends.
Ages: 7-13 yrs.
What to bring: $30 cash production fee
Instructor: IncrediFlix Crew
221000 01 M-F
Jun 20-Jun 24
1-4 pm
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Lego
®
Jr. Robotics using
LEGO®-WeDO
NEW
$240 • 5 Classes
Build and program robots in this introductory
Robotics class using the LEGO® WeDo system.
Learn basic programming skills, simple
engineering concepts and the names of robot
components. Work in small groups to complete
several projects using tilt and motion sensors.
This is a great way to prepare young Robotics
enthusiasts for our more advanced s programs.
Ages: 7-9 yrs.
Instructor: Play-well TEKnologies
220768 01 M-F
Jul 18-Jul 22
9 am-12 pm
Jedi Engineering
$178 • 5 Classes
The Force is strong in this class. Build complex
machines and structures based on the best designs
from a galaxy far, far away. Projects include
LEGO® X-Wings, AT-AT walkers, Pod Racers,
Star Destroyers, Cloud Cities, settlements and
fortresses. Play-Well’s Jedi Instructors reinforce
key engineering concepts such as gear trains,
worm drives, pneumatics, eccentric motion and
more as students tap into the powerful forces of
imagination and engineering. Ages: 5-6 yrs.
Jedi Master Engineering
with LEGO®
Mine, Craft, Build
using LEGO®
$178 • 5 Classes
$178 • 5 Classes
The Force is strong in this class. Build complex
machines and structures based on the best
designs from a galaxy far, far away. Projects
include X-Wings, AT-AT walkers, Pod Racers,
Star Destroyers, Cloud Cities, settlements, and
fortresses. Play-Well’s Jedi instructors reinforce
key engineering concepts such as gear trains,
worm drives, pneumatics, eccentric motion and
more as students tap into the powerful forces of
imagination and engineering. Ages: 7-12 yrs.
Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO®!
Resourcefulness, creativity and cooperation
come together in this unique building adventure
game. Roll the dice to mine for resources, craft
tools and watch out for Creepers! This ultimate
LEGO® Minecraft experience is an original game
designed by Play-Well instructors, using gameplay
elements and characters inspired by the popular
Minecraft video game. Students will have a blast,
even without any prior experience with Minecraft
or LEGO®. Ages: 5-6 yrs.
Instructor: Play-well TEKnologies
221080 01 M-F
Jun 20-Jun 24
1-4 pm
Instructor: Play-well TEKnologies
221096 01 M-F
221096 02 M-F
Aug 15-Aug 19
Aug 15-Aug 19
9 am-12 pm
1-4 pm
RSM’s Premiere Spot for Great Food,
Awesome Craft Cocktails, Live Music & Fun!
31431 Santa Margarita Pkwy
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688 • (949) 888-0072
www.TheBlindPigOC.com
Instructor: Play-well TEKnologies
221050 01 M-F
Jun 20-Jun 24
9 am-12 pm
Farm Fresh Gourmet Sandwiches & Breakfast
Voted by The Orange County Register as having
some of the best sandwiches in Orange County.
www.TheTroughOC.com
31441 Santa Margarita Pkwy., | RSM, CA 92688
(949) 709-5545 | 8am - 8pm
705 East Balboa Blvd., Newport Beach, CA 92661
(949) 673-1029 | 8am - 8pm
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Sewing
American Doll
Fashions Camp
$158 • 3 Classes
Design, plan and actually create your very own
doll fashions. Students will select fabrics and
learn to follow a pattern while mastering basic
sewing skills and will work on a complete outfit
for an 18” doll (includes American Girl Dolls).
Girls are encouraged to bring their doll to class
for the fittings and fashion show. No experience is
necessary. All fabric, notions and sewing machines
supplied. Ages: 7.5-14
What to bring: $35 cash materials fee
Instructor: Linda Rush
221036 01 M-W
221036 02 M-W
221036 03 M-W
Jul 11-Jul 13
Jul 18-Jul 20
Jul 25-Jul 27
10 am-1 pm
10 am-1 pm
10 am-1 pm
American Doll - Let’s
Design & Sew Quilts
RSM’s Premiere Spot for Great Food,
Awesome Craft Cocktails, Live Music & Fun!
31431 Santa Margarita Pkwy
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688 • (949) 888-0072
$78 • 1 Class
Wouldn’t you love to make your favorite American
Doll a new stylish quilt and pillow set for her
bed? Design and create a one-of-a-kind quilt and
pillow set while learning to sew in a fun, friendly
environment. Sewing basics will be taught along
with various sewing stitches. No experience is
needed and dolls are welcome! All fabric, notions
and sewing machines are supplied. Ages: 7.5-14 yrs.
www.TheBlindPigOC.com
What to bring: $35 cash materials fee
Instructor: Linda Rush
220507 01 F
Jul 22
2-6 pm
Fashion Crafts
Just for Girls
$48 • 1 Class
This class is designed for FUN! Students will
explore different techniques used to complete
their crafts. They will design and make one-of-akind projects to take home with them. Students
will also use sewing machines to learn basic
sewing skills to enhance their projects. Each
class will work on a different project for that day.
No experience is needed. Ages: 7-12 yrs.
What to bring: $15 cash materials fee
Instructor: Linda Rush
221085 01 Th
221085 02 Th
221085 03 Th
Jul 14
Jul 21
Jul 28
10 am-1 pm
10 am-1 pm
10 am-1 pm
Farm Fresh Gourmet Sandwiches & Breakfast
Voted by The Orange County Register as having
some of the best sandwiches in Orange County.
www.TheTroughOC.com
31441 Santa Margarita Pkwy., | RSM, CA 92688
(949) 709-5545 | 8am - 8pm
705 East Balboa Blvd., Newport Beach, CA 92661
(949) 673-1029 | 8am - 8pm
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Sew Cool Summer
Sewing Camp
Mad Science
Chemistry Lab
$188 • 4 Classes
$179 • 5 Classes
“Fashionistas” will design and create their
own fashions using a sewing machine. Sewing
basics will be taught and students will become
comfortable working with a sewing machine while
learning about fabric selection and how to follow a
variety of patterns. No experience needed. Sewing
machines, patterns, notions and all fabrics are
provided. Ages: 7.5-17 yrs.
Come inside and see what spectacular solutions
the Mad Scientist has been whipping up in this
kids summer camp! Experiment with some crazy
chemistry, learn about exothermic reactions and
create crystals. Have a cool time with dry ice, make
an oozing batch of gooey slime and see what pops
up in our explosions lab! It is no wonder this is our
most popular science camp! Ages: 5-12 yrs.
What to bring: $35 cash materials fee
Instructor: Linda Rush
221026 01 M-Th Jul 11-Jul 14
221026 02 M-Th Jul 18-Jul 21
221026 03 M-Th Jul 25-Jul 28
2-6 pm
2-6 pm
2-6 pm
Science
What to bring: $40 cash materials fee
Instructor: Mad Science
Little Scientists
Preschool Lab
221089 01 M-F
$179 • 5 Classes
Experience fun, touchy-feely experiments in this
week-long themed lab. Meet Mr. Bones, dig for dinosaurs, explore rainbows of light and play with
the power of magnets. Our campers take a journey
through taste buds and smell, become astronauts
in training, play with ooey-gooey polymers, learn
educational games and much more during this
preschool summer camp! Prior preschool experience required. Ages: 3.5-5.5 yrs.
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Get hands-on with physics as you engineer
giant pyramids, super-strong arches and giant
skyscrapers made of pasta! Master your center
of gravity and transform into a human pulley
system. Build armor for an egg - then drop it off
the roof! Construct your own bridges, catapults
and micro-pinchers to keep! Ages: 6-12 yrs.
Instructor: Mad Science
Instructor: Mad Science
9am-12 pm
221070 01 M-F
Jul 25-Jul 29
9 am-12 pm
Summer Camps at SMCHS Tennis Courts
10AM-1PM MON-FRI ALL SUMMER LONG JUNE 6-AUGUST 26
Beginner to advanced levels, ages 7-17!
Small coach to player ratio
Emphasis on stroke production, shot selection,
court positioning and building game winning strategies
$205 per week
Please sign up in advance to ensure a spot!
Katarina Lajcakova
Eric Clark
USPTA Certified SMCHS Varsity Girls Coach,
Elite Professional ITF Certified Professional
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What to bring: $40 cash materials fee
Aug 22-Aug 26
9 am-12 pm
Mad Science Physics Lab
What to bring: $40 cash materials fee
211005 01 M-F
SWEET
SPOT
TENNIS
Jun 27-Jul 1
For more information, call us at (949) 257-8388
or visit our website www.sweetspot-tennis.net
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Mad Science Robotics Lab
$179 • 5 Classes
Learn about the uses of robots in our world.
Experiment with sound-sensing robots, linetracking robots, amphibious robots and even
soccer-playing robots! Build your very own
working robot to take home. Each year, we will
have a new robot to make throughout the week.
Ages: 7-12 yrs.
What to bring: $60 cash materials fee
Instructor: Mad Science
221072 01 M-F
Aug 8-Aug 12
9 am-12 pm
PERFORMER
SUMMER
CAMP
Mad Science Secret
Agent Lab
$179 • 5 Classes
As junior secret agents, use the science of detection
to analyze crime scenes. Send secret messages to
your friends by learning Morse code, Braille and
flag signaling. Construct security alarms to stop
burglars in their tracks and even master awesome
spy tech like disappearing ink, metal detectors
and motion alarms! Ages: 6-12 yrs.
What to bring: $40 cash materials fee
Instructor: Mad Science
221058 01 M-F
Jul 11-Jul 15
9 am-12 pm
Mad Science Rocketry Lab
$179 • 5 Classes
Unleash your inner rocket scientist with a week of
super-powered rockets and aerodynamics in this
summer camp for kids! Invent, build, launch, and
take home paper rockets, bottle rockets, chemical
reaction rockets and more. Construct and keep an
official Mad Science Skyblazer II Rocket- just like
the one we will launch more than 100 feet in the
air! Ages: 7-12 yrs.
What to bring: $40 cash materials fee
Instructor: Mad Science
221071 01 M-F
Aug 22-Aug 26
July 19-22nd
Tuesday - Friday 9am-4pm
grades 3-12
Friends, Singing, Dancing and Fun!
What do you get when you mix fun, friends, classes, singing
and dancing? The Glee Performer Summer Camp - the most
entertaining high-energy training camp for singers and dancers
in Orange County. You will rotate through audition, music, choir,
dance, and relationship building classes and then join together
at the close of each day. All this excitement ends with the Glee
Finale Show on Friday night, July 22nd. Learn more about Glee
Music Academy by watching our video at gotglee.com.
9 am-12 pm
REGISTER TODAY!
RESERVE YOUR SPOT - SPACE IS LIMITED!
gotglee.com
25 Spectrum Drive #406, Lake Forest
949 709-5311
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ADULT CLASSES
Investment Strategies
for Your Future
$30 • 3 Classes
Learn how to respond to breathing/cardiac
emergencies for an adult, child and infant.
Participants will receive an American Heart
Association CPR & AED certification that is valid
for two years. Ages: 12 yrs. & up.
Are you worried about your retirement nest
egg? It is time to learn the strategies that can
make the difference in your financial future. In
this class, participants will learn how the fixed
income market works and how to make money in
it. Discover how mutual funds work and the fees
associated with them. Discuss how to buy and
sell individual stocks, as well as the strategies
to prosper consistently. Review all types of
retirement accounts, from IRA's to qualified
company 401k plans. The class also covers
annuities, long term care and estate planning.
This class is essential for growing your assets. No
solicitation for business will occur in this class.
Ages: 18 yrs. & up.
Instructor: Kimberly Olmstead-Carter
Instructor: Charles Goffin
260603 01 F
260603 02 F
260603 03 F
240729 01 M
Heartsaver CPR
$45 • 1 Class
Jun 24
Jul 22
Aug 26
5:30-8:30 pm
5:30-8:30 pm
5:30-8:30 pm
Jun 6-Jun 20
6:30-9 pm
Small Business
Retirement Plans: From
Simple to Sophisticated
$23 • 1 Class
Businesses grow and change; your retirement
plan needs to be flexible. In this class you
will learn ways to take advantage of asset
consolidation and make flexible contributions
that may allow you to save on taxes. Compare the
features and benefits of SEP, SIMPLE, 401(k) and
Individual 401(k) plans. Ages: 18 yrs. & up.
NEW
$99 • 8 Classes*
$149 • 12 Classes
240768 01 W
Jun 1
6:30-7:30 pm
240768 02 W
Jul 13
6:30-7:30 pm
240768 03 W
Aug 10
6:30-7:30 pm
AM Yoga with Roz
$95 • 9 Classes*
$105 • 10 Classes
Instructor: Maureen Stewart
240211 01* M
Jun 27-Aug 29
8:30-9:30 am
240211 02 W
Jun 29-Aug 31
8:30-9:30 am
240211 03 F
Jul 1-Sep 2
8:30-9:30 am
Jun 7-Jun 30
Jul 12-Aug 18
7:15-8:15 am
7:15-8:15 am
End your day with the practice of yoga in a supportive and encouraging environment. Build strength,
flexibility and balance while exploring various postures. Connecting breath and movement brings
calmness of mind, stress release and enables us to
function better both on and off the mat. We end
this class with relaxation to aid in a restful night’s
sleep. Ages: 18 yrs. & up
Instructor: Roz Maissy
240212 01 T
Jun 28-Aug 30
6:30-7:30 pm
Restorative Yoga with Roz
$105 • 10 Classes
This class is the perfect way to end your day.
Connecting breath and movement calms your
mind from an active day. You will build strength
and balance while exploring various postures
and the calming poses will help to reduce stress
and muscle tension and aiding in a restful night’s
sleep. This class is a gentler pace with a focus on
proper alignment, stretching for flexibility and
breathing for relaxation. Ages: 18 yrs. & up.
Instructor: Roz Maissy
240221 01 T
Jun 28-Aug 30 7:30-8:30 pm
Zumba with Tania
ZUMBA Fitness is a fusion of Latin and
International music-dance themes creating
a dynamic, exciting, effective fitness system.
Appropriate for any fitness level. Try the first class
of a session before you register. Ages: 18 yrs. & up.
Instructor: Tania Villalbazo
240206 01
240206 02
240206 04
240206 05
240206 07
240206 08
M
W
M
W
M
W
Jun 6-Jun 27
Jun 8-Jun 29
Jul 11-Aug 1
Jul 13-Aug 3
Aug 8-Aug 29
Aug 10-Aug 31
7-8 pm
7-8 pm
7-8 pm
7-8 pm
7-8 pm
7-8 pm
$85 • 8 Classes
Do you love music? Do you love to dance? Then
come check out the new Jazzercise class at the Bell
Tower Community Center! It’s a pulse-pounding,
beat-pumping fitness program that gets you results
while you dance to popular Top 40 hits. You will
burn up to 600 calories in one fun and powerfully
effective total body workout. Each class combines
dance-based cardio with strength training to
sculpt and tone muscles for a maximum fat burn.
Everyone is welcome, no matter what your current
fitness level is. So grab a water bottle, an exercise
mat and some hand weights and let’s get dancing!
Ages: 18 yrs. & up.
240243 01* T,Th
240243 02 T,Th
$105 • 10 Classes
$45 • 4 Classes
Instructor: Jeffrey Halbreich, CFP®
Jazzercise
PM Yoga with Roz
This class provides a safe, supportive environment
to explore the practice of yoga. You will build
strength, flexibility and balance while exploring
the various postures. Connecting breath and
movement brings calmness of mind, stress
release and enables us to function better both on
and off the mat. This is a great way to start your
day; you will experience better clarity and ease.
Ages: 18 yrs. & up. No Class: 7/4
240206 03 M,W
240206 06 M,W
240206 09 M,W
Jun 6-Jun 29
Jul 11-Aug 3
Aug 8-Aug 31
7-8 pm
7-8 pm
7-8 pm
Instructor: Roz Maissy
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AGE WELL SENIOR SERVICES
The mission of Age Well Senior Services is to
promote and improve the quality of life and
independence of the senior community. Volunteer opportunities available. All activities
held at the Bell Tower Community Center.
Coordinator:
Lindy Kehler 949-216-9700 ext 1257
Meals on Wheels
Education
Chair Yoga
Chat with Jose
FREE
Provided by Age Well Senior Services, Inc.
and Monarch Healthcare
New to the area? Looking for a doctor who specializes in senior issues? Need affordable health
insurance resources? Chat with Jose, a Senior
Ambassador with Monarch Healthcare.
M-F
8:30 am-2:30 pm
Location: Bell Tower Regional Community Center
Social
FREE
Provided by Monarch Healthcare
Need help with your devices? Join our workshop
and get your questions answered.
11:30 am-1 pm
2-4 pm
FREE
Enjoy coffee and baked goods with friends or
enjoy reading your favorite book.
Fitness
Tu, Th
Lunch Donation & Free Movie
1st Wednesday and 3rd Friday
Lunch
12 pm
excluding holidays
Movie
12:30 pm
Afternoon Delight
Suggested Donation: $4.50 – 60+ yrs.
Enjoy live entertainment, dancing and lunch.
Reservations greatly appreciated.
FREE
12pm
9:30 am
Exercise for
Older Adults
FREE
Video exercise class includes cardio, circulation,
facial, pelvic, swallowing and more. Some light
weights used. Exercise at your own pace.
M-W-F 10am-11am
Golden Age Yoga
FREE
Every Tuesday
Every Thursday
1-3 pm
10:30 am
American Mah Jongg
Group
FREE
Players with one year experience needed. Walkins welcome.
Every Thursday
1:30 pm
$3 first Card (10 Games)/$1 Each Additional
Enjoy drawing, painting or other forms of Art?
Bring your art materials and join us.
FREE
FREE
Bingo
Gentle Yoga for 60+ persons who want to increase
flexibility, improve balance and energy, increase
muscle strength, reduce blood pressure and
insomnia.
www.cityofrsm.org
Games
Every Wednesday 1 pm
Through video instruction, discover Tai Chi for
balance and mobility through slow flowing movements.
Lunch and a Movie
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11-11:45am
Played in our Social Lounge, join the group and
meet new friends or bring a friend and your
board set.
Tai Chi for Beginners
9 am-2 pm
Art Club
4th Monday every month
Jun 27, Jul 25, Aug 22
Chess Games
M-F
12 pm (excluding holidays)
Location: Bell Tower Regional Community Center
Fri Jun 17, Fri Aug 12 Chair exercises that focus on cognitive brain
function using Kinesiology brain gym exercise.
Class taught by instructor.
Tuesdays
Enjoy a delicious and healthy hot or cold lunch
daily. Special Events with entertainment are
presented on select dates. Visit www.cityofrsm.org
for complete menu and special event dates.
Dean Ratzman FREE
Join the group for this outdoor exercise in Central Park. No experience required.
Suggested Donation: $4.50 • 60+ yrs.
Cost: $6 • 59 yrs. & under
M-F
1:15p -1:45pm
Bocce Ball
Golden Age
Lunch for Seniors
Coffee Talk
Every Friday (excluding holidays)
Provided by A Family Home Care
Smartphone &
Tablet Tutorial
2nd Tues of every month 4th Tues of every month A modified seated program that integrates guided
meditation, active and muscular relaxation,
dynamic stretching to improve flexibility, breathing, reducing pain and discomfort. Taught by a
licensed physical therapist.
Walk In Balance 2nd Tuesday of every month 10:30-11:30 am
Meals are available in Rancho Santa Margarita
and surrounding communities for homebound
seniors. The Meals on Wheels manager can assess
your situation and determine if the program is
appropriate for you. Ages: 60+ yrs.
NEW
FREE
Provided by Authentic Therapeutix for
Seniors & HealthNet
12:45 pm
BINGO is played communally with numbered
cards. Numbers are selected at random and the
first person to cover all or specified numbered
slots wins. Come for lunch at 12 pm and stay for
Bingo!
Every Monday
excluding holidays
Registration Games
12:30-1 pm
1-3 pm
Croquet For Fun FREE
Come out and play - meet new friends and share
time with old friends on the lawn by the Bocce
Court in Central Park. Equipment will be provided.
Every Friday (excluding holidays)
9:30am
S U M M E R 2016
OTHER CITY OFFERINGS
Services
and Support
Groups
Health
and Safety
Hearing Aid Clean And Check Access
Provided by the Orange County
Transportation Authority
ACCESS is a shared-ride service for people who are
unable to use regular bus service due to limitations
from a disability. It’s a reliable and economical way
to get to doctor’s appointments and to complete
necessary errands.
Info:
714.560.5956 or visit www.octa.net
Al-Anon
FREE
A fellowship of friends and family of alcoholics
who meet to share their experiences and to offer
strength and hope in dealing with the effects of
alcoholism. Ages: 18+ yrs.
M
T
Info:
FREE
Free clean and check services for your hearing
aid. Cleans moisture, perspiration and earwax
that could cause poor hearing aid performance.
All ages.
Instructor: Robert Nick, Hearing Aid Specialist
Info:
949.494.5646
Blood Pressure Check
FREE
Do you know your blood pressure numbers? Have
them checked for free at the Community Center.
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Ongoing
10 am-12 pm
Low-Cost Animal
Vaccination Clinics
Ongoing
9-10:30 am
Ongoing (Parent Focus)
6:30-8 pm
949.766.1742
or visit www.orangecountyalanon.org
1st Wednesday of every month
6:30-7 pm (Cats only)  7-8:30 pm (Dogs & Cats)
Info: (714) 993-9193  www.scvvc.org
Non-Emergency
$2/Per Ride Medical
Transportation
Bring your cat or dog for low-cost
vaccinations from the Society for California
Veterinary Vaccine Care and pet licensing
from OC Animal Care. Cash or credit card
($3 processing fee) are the only forms of
payment accepted. AVID micro identification
chips are also available, which includes the
registration and continuous, 24/7 lifetime
monitoring.
Provided by Age Well Senior Services
Transportation to non-emergency medical
appointments including therapy, dentistry, health
education, prescription pick-ups, testing and
x-rays. Call for more information: 949-855-9766.
Important Rabies Information
Criteria: Must be at least 60 years of age and
ineligible for OCTA ACCESS services.
M-F If you have a prior Rabies vaccine certificate,
license tag or license renewal notice for your
pet, please bring it with you to the clinic.
7 am-6 pm
C O M M U N I T Y
L I V I N G
Rancho Santa Margarita
Your Guide for Activities & Community Services
EXCITING ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITY
Welcome to the new and improved Community Living magazine! With a mini makeover the magazine takes on a fresh look with room to include advertisements. Now
in color, this main communication piece from the City of Rancho Santa Margarita
includes city news, event information and programs at the Community Center.
Sent to over 27,000 residences and businesses in Rancho Santa Margarita and Coto
de Caza this professionally designed magazine is the perfect tool to reach your
target audience. For more information, contact Judi Russi at [email protected] or
call 949-635-1835.
Vaccines for dogs include:
Rabies$7.00
DAP/DHPP$19.00
Bordetella$14.00
Lyme$22.00
Microchip$28.00
$2.00 hazardous materials disposal fee per pet.
Vaccines for cats include:
FVRCP “3-in-1” $18.00
FELV$21.00
Purevax$20.00
Lyme$22.00
Microchip$28.00
$2.00 hazardous materials disposal fee per pet.
Prices are subject to change.
www.cityofrsm.org
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SUMMER DAY CAMPS
Register now for 2016 Summer Day Camp. Space is limited!
June 13-August 26 • 8 a.m.-6 p.m. • Ages: 7-18
Cost: $45 if prepaid by Friday before week of Camp.
$55 if paid week of Camp.
Field Trips are an additional cost and optional.
For more information:
Boys & Girls Clubs of Capistrano Valley
22232 El Paseo
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688
949-216-9700 Ext. *1280
BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS
OF CAPISTRANO VALLEY
The Toll Roads are proud to sponsor the
City of Rancho Santa Margarita’s Summer Concerts!
STOP BY OUR BOOTH FOR:
• General road, payment and account information
• 241 Toll Road/91 Express Lanes direct connector update
• Potential future South Orange County mobility improvements
• Fossils found during construction of The Toll Roads
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Swimming Lessons
4 - 6 mos
Little Dippers 30 minutes $0/4 wks
Monday 11:00
Friday 9:30
6 mos - 2 ½ years
Baby Swim 30 minutes $65/4 wks
Monday 8:30, 9:00,10:30, 6:00, 6:30
Tuesday 9:00, 11:00
Wednesday 8:30,10:00, 11:30
Thursday 8:30, 10:30
Friday 9:00, 10:00, 11:30
Saturday 9:00, 10:00, 10:30
Sunday 9:00, 11:30
2 ½ - 4 years
WaterBugs 30 minutes $65/4 wks
Monday 9:00, 9:30, 10:00, 10:30,11:00,
11:30, 3:00, 3:30, 4:00, 4:30, 5:30
Tuesday 8:30, 9:30, 10:00, 10:30, 11:30,
4:00, 4:30, 5:00, 5:30
Wednesday 9:00, 9:30, 10:00, 10:30, 11:00,
3:00, 3:30, 4:00, 4:30, 5:00, 5:30, 6:00, 6:30
Thursday 9:30, 10:00, 10:30, 11:00, 11:30,
3:00, 3:30, 4:00, 4:30, 5:00, 5:30
Friday 8:30, 9:00, 9:30, 10:00, 10:30, 11:00,
11:30, 3:00, 3:30, 4:30, 5:30
Saturday 8;30, 9:00, 9:30, 10:00, 10:30,
11:00, 11:30, 12:00
Sunday 9:00, 9:30, 10:00, 11:00, 11:30, 12:00
4 - 6 years
Sharkies 30 minutes $65/4 wks
Monday 9:30, 11;30, 2:30, 3:00, 4:00, 4;30,
5;00, 6:00
Tuesday 9:00, 11:00, 2:30, 3:00, 3:30, 4:00
5:30
Wednesday 11:30, 3:30, 4:00, 5:00, 6:00,
6:30
Thursday 9:00, 10:00, 3:30, 4:00, 4:30, 5:30
Friday 10:30, 3:00, 4:00,
Saturday 8:30, 9:30, 10:30, 11:00, 11:30
6 - 8 years
Also
22982 Avenida Empresa
Rancho Santa Margarita, 92688
(949) 589-1512 calelitekids.com
$30 annual
student fee.
Please schedule
makeups online at
calelitekids.com
Clownfish 30 minutes $65/4 wks.
Monday 3:30, 5:00, 6:30
Tuesday 5:00
Wednesday 3:00, 4:30, 5:00, 5:30
Thursday 4:00, 5:00
Friday 5:00
Saturday 11:00, 11:30, 12:00
Sunday 10:30, 12:00
PRSRT STD
U.S. POSTAGE
PAID
RANCHO SANTA
MARGARITA,
CALIFORNIA 92688
PERMIT No. 201
City of Rancho Santa Margarita
22112 El Paseo
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688-2824
Friday 6pm - 10pm
Saturday 2pm - 10pm
Sunday 2pm - 9pm
Adult 18 & Older $15
Youth 13-17 $10
Children (12 & under)
Military Personnel & Their Family
Richard Blade
Famous DJ with the
British Accent from the 80’s
and KROQ to join us Sunday
for the car raffle and
spinning some tunes!
Car raffle drawing to be held Sunday evening with Richard Blade