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Cameron Park Community Services District

Create memories at CP CSD classes

New classes at the Cameron Park Community Services District include Family Stories Starting from Scratch and Grandmother’s Kitchen. Everyone has a story to tell. Janice Kelly will work with participants to create at least one finished story project by drawing out memories to create stories from selected themes, writing prompts, mind maps, favorite phrases and […]

Learn about cultural concepts and perspective

The Mature Leadership Counsel is pleased to welcome Azar Sadrian Elli, who will speak on Cultural Concepts and Perspectives, the internal and external elements of Culture, at its meeting on Wednesday, June 10 at 1 p.m. Sadrian Elli is a retired language development specialist from San Juan Unified School District. During her more than 20 […]

Senior Room announces speakers

Cameron Park Community Center’s active adult 50+ group is attracting an audience interested in broadening its awareness about a range of subjects on the first and third Wednesdays of the month at 10 a.m. at the center, 2502 Country Club Drive In Cameron Park. Speakers are from all walks of life with exciting experiences, professional expertise […]

CSD offers baby sitting classes

Is your child looking to become a babysitter? Two classes for babysitters are being offered at the  Cameron Park Community Services District. The first is a two-day Certified Babysitting class for ages 11-14. Participants will learn the necessary information and skills to provide safe and responsible care for children. Participants will receive an ASHI certificate […]

Capitol Pops in CP

The Cameron Park Concert Series continues, featuring Capitol Pops Concert Band on Saturday, May 17 from 6-9 p.m. at the Cameron Park Community Center, 2502 Country Club Drive. This concert band has provided high quality music for thousands of concert-goers throughout Northern California and offers an entertaining evening of music. The Capitol Pops Symphony has […]

Mature Leadership CP is ready for new members

The Mature Leadership Council in Cameron Park is looking for new members. It functions to assess and help implement the interests of older adults in the greater Cameron Park area. The first objective was to conduct a survey in December and January identifying needs and preferences of older adults for the community center. Cameron Park does […]

CPCSD has board vacancy

The Cameron Park Community Services District is seeking candidates for a vacant position on the five-member Board of Directors. Candidates must reside within the physical boundaries of the Cameron Park Community Services District and must be a registered voter. This appointment will fill a term to run from the date of appointment until board members […]

Cameron Park CSD offers classes for seniors

Cameron Park Community Services District at 2502 Country Club Drive in Cameron Park,  has a wealth of activities for seniors during March. The Aging Well Series presents “Accommodations for Aging in Place” on Tuesday, March 4. Studies indicate most people want to remain in their own home for as long as possible. More than ramps and […]

Cameron Park offers many activities

The Cameron Park Community Services District has many activities for seniors and retirees. Functional Fitness for Seniors: Exercise class that focuses on flexibility, balance and strength. Exercise will help maintain independence and manage symptoms of pain and illness. The class is held Monday and Thursday mornings from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Next session starts Nov. […]

Cameron Park CSD offers many classes for seniors

The Cameron Park CSD Community Center has classes, activities, games and seminars for seniors. Line dance classes are held monthly Thursdays from 1 to 2 p.m. No partners are required. Meet new friends, get some exercise and just have fun. The monthly fee is $24 for residents and $29 non-residents. Pre-registration needs to be done […]

Cameron Park CSD to offer math classes

Cameron Park Community Services District is sponsoring “Ways that Work,” math classes offered by instructor Chris La Deaux to help teach children to use their brains rather than their fingers to learn the math facts. The math facts are the foundation for almost all future math skills according to La Deaux. There are two classes […]

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