February Parks & Recreation News
Winter Camps, Registration Information, New Classes, and More!
- ContactParks & Recreation Department
The Winter Activity Guide is available online and in-person at City facilities.
Online registration and in-person registration is open.
- The Spring/Summer Guide will be available online beginning February 21.
- Resident online registration begins February 27.
- Non-resident online registration begins March 1.
- Walk-in registration begins March 7.
- Spring programs begin the week of April 1. Summer programs begin the week of June 10.
Looking for Something for Your Kiddo to do During Mid-Winter Break?
Mid-Winter Break is coming up, February 19-23. We have Gymnastics Camps, Intro to STEM with LEGO Camp, and Winter Horse Camp. If you are looking for something to help keep the kids busy for the break, we have a camp for you! Choose the Register Now button for camp details or to register.
New! Active Living Every Day
Thursdays, March 1 - May 17, 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Senior Center, Room 149
Active Living Every Day is a unique, evidenced-based program that will teach you the skills to become and stay physically active. Based on the research study Project Active at The Cooper Institute and led by trained instructors, you will explore topics such as: Overcoming barriers to Physical Activity, Setting Realistic Goals, and Building Confidence. Please register online or at the Senior Center Front Desk. Registration is free and includes a workbook. Comfortable clothing is recommended. Please contact the Senior Center front desk (408-615-3170) for questions or more information. Instructors: W. Talbert & J. Erpe
NEW! Diabetes Self-Management
Wednesdays, February 7- March 14, 9:30 - 12:00 pm
Senior Center, Room 231
Registration by phone 408-961-9877
Diabetes Self-Management Program is a weekly, peer-taught health education workshop for people with diabetes. It’s an evidence-based, six-session program designed by Stanford's Patient Education Center and provided by The Health Trust. The workshop goal is to help you take day-to-day responsibility for your care by increasing the skills necessary to manage your diabetes and to work effectively with your health care professionals.
This workshop is free of charge. Please note that new participants may enroll only up to Session 2. After Session 2, enrollment is closed and anyone new is encouraged to wait for the start of the next series.
For more information or to register for a workshop, please call The Health Trust at 408-961-9877.
Exciting Developments for City Parks
Are you interested in seeing what other improvements are being planned for City of Santa Clara Parks? Check out the Parks Projects page on the City website!
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Calendars & Schedules (Click on the schedule you would like to see):
- YAC Monthly Activity Calendar
- CRC Drop-in Group Exercise Calendar
- Senior Center Monthly Newsletter
- Senior Center Adventures to Go Newsletter
Facility Closures/Contact Information
City Facilities will be closed on Monday, February 19, for Presidents’ Day.
Community Recreation Center 408-615-3140
Senior Center 408-615-3170
Teen Center 408-615-3740
Youth Activity Center 408-615-3760