Recreation Departments

Boulder Creek Recreation Dept
Most activities are held at the Boulder Creek  Rec. Hall, 13333 Middleton Ave. in Boulder Creek, 95003. Call 338-4144 for more information. http://www.bcrpd.org

capitolalsm.jpgCity of Capitola Recreation Dept, Capitola Community Center, 4400 Jade Street, Capitola, 95010. Call 831-475-5935. Junior lifeguards, arts, swimming, martial arts, summer programs, tennis, drama, surfing, volleyball, kayaking, vaulting, painting, Spanish, modeling, swing dance, kickboxing, tae kwon do, theater, diving, Camp Capitola. See Capitola Summer for summer camps in Capitola.

Los Gatos-Saratoga Community Education and Recreation, 123 East Main Street, Los Gatos, 95030, 408.354.8700. Classes include: Aquatics, Academic Chess, Spanish Camp, lgsrec.jpgPainting and drawing, Kinder Crafts, Cartooning, Creative Crafts, Science Club, Join the Circus, Music Together, Kick-It Tot Soccer, Pre-Ballet Fantasy, Tumble Tots, Kindergarten Chefs, Kindergarten Clay, Irish Dance, Basic Cooking, Ceramics, Imagine Theater, Kids Karate and Surf Club. See the web site for more classes! http://www.lgsrecreation.org See Los Gatos Summer for activites in the Los Gatos-Saratoga area

Monterey Recreation and Community Services offers a variety of recreation programs and services on a year-round basis separated into two seasons: winter/spring, summer/fall. Activities Guides are published both seasons and inserted in The Monterey County Herald for Monterey City residents. Additional copies are available at the Monterey Recreation and Community Services Dept. Office, Monterey Youth Center, Monterey Senior Center, Hilltop Park Center, Casanova-Oak Knoll Park Center, Monterey Sports Center and at the Monterey Public Library. 831.646.3866 http://www.monterey.org/rec/ To register for activities visit Recreation Administration at 546 Dutra St., Monterey, OR remember to take advantage of online registration, now available for many classes and activities!

Santa Cruz County Parks, Open Space and Cultural Services, 979 17th Avenue in Live Oak, Santa Cruz, 95062. 831-454-7900. Program offerings include: T-ball, sailing and sccounty.jpgseamanship, basketball camp, baseball clinics, tennis camp, volleyball camp, soccer camp, triathlon camp, junior lifeguard camp, indoor soccer, superkid triathlon, teen programs, junior volunteers, Renaissance Camp, preschool programs, clay classes, youth lap swim, water polo, swim lessons. The County has an Olympic-size swimming pool, a warm pool for toddlers, and a slide for lots of fun! See the County of Santa Cruz web site for hours of operation and swimming lesson schedule. http://www.scparks.com See Santa Cruz Summer for summer camps in Santa Cruz

City of Santa Cruz Parks and Recreation, 323 Church Street, Santa Cruz, 95060. Call 420-5270 to register. Activities for kids include may surfing, tennis, swimming, ballet, tap dance, bicycle care, sea kayaking, river kayaking, lawn bowling, massage, yoga, seafood foraging, veggie cooking, paper mache, watercolor, recorder, knitting, gymnastics, ocean awareness, sccitylogo.gifPolynesian dance, tempera painting, tumbling, swing dance, junior explorers, adventure camp, campspot, supercamp, Camp Cruz at Westlake Elementary, Camp Cruz at Beach Flats, Camp Cruz at Laurel Park; Kids' Korner Coop at Harvey West Park, After School Recreation at Bayview Elementary and Natural Bridges Elementary, aerobic kickboxing, disc golf, rock climbing, junior theater, woodworking, field sketching, archery, hiking, foxtrot, picture framing, photography, Celtic Dance, creative clay, family martial arts, Tae Kwon Do, tap, jazz, hip hop, tempera painting, archery, Polynesian Dance, Santa Cruz Children's Theater. www.ci.santa-cruz.ca.us/pr/parksrec/ See Santa Cruz Summer for summer camps in Santa Cruz

City of Saratoga Recreation Department Quarter Schedule: Winter begins in January, Spring begins in late March, Summer begins in mid-June, Fall begins in mid-September, go online and see our catalog, and if you have questions, please email recreation@saratoga.ca.us or call 408-868-1248 or 408-868-1249, Hours: Mon. - Fri., 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m, Saratoga Community Center, 19655 Allendale Avenue, Saratoga, CA 95070 http://www.saratoga.ca.us/cityhall/rec/recreation_activities/default.asp

svparks.gifScott Valley Recreation Department 1 Civic Center Drive, Scotts Valley, 95066 offers classes for kids throughout the year and a summer camp program. There is a swim center, tennis courts, and two recreation centers: Vine Hill and Brook Knoll. Many sports are offered during the summer season: soccer, baseball, volleyball, basketball, karate, track and field, girls softball, Little League, T-ball, Call 831-438-3251 or go online to http://www.scottsvalley.org/parks/parks_recs.html  For summer camps in Scotts Valley, see Scotts Valley Summer

City of Watsonville Parks and Community Services is located at 225 Sudden Street in Watsonville, CA 95076. The Department has many recreational facilities, including the Callaghan Cultural Center at 225 Sudden St, 728-6084, the Marinovich Community Center, 120 Second Street, 768-3250, the Veteran's Memorial Building at 215 East Beach Street, 768-3260, the Gene Hoularis and Waldo Rodriguez Youth Center at 30 Maple Avenue, 768-3240, Ramsay Park Family Center, 1301 Main Street, 768-3270, Martial Arts Center, 1180 Freedom Blvd. at Lincoln Avenue, 726-3217 http://www.watsonvillerec.com/ For summer camps in Watsonville, see Watsonville Summer