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2022 Summer Activity Guide
Parks & Recreation
Belmont, California

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Published by Belmont, CA Parks & Recreation, 2022-03-29 18:09:16

2022 Summer Activity Guide

2022 Summer Activity Guide
Parks & Recreation
Belmont, California

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B E L M O N TParks & Recreation

Summer 2022 Activity Guide

www.belmont.gov/parksandrec

Bem-vindo ようこそ Мпирлосоисмти

欢迎欢迎 Καλωσήρθες

Bienvenue Benvenuto Bienvenido Willkommen

환영합니다 Fa’ailoa Welcome

Szívleásten

Enhancing the
quality of life for

the community

CREATING MEMORIES

RENTAL FACILITIES

Celebrate your special day in Belmont. We have many options to host both large weddings or
intimate gatherings. High beamed ceilings, shining hardwood floors, original

artwork, modern light fixtures, and beautiful natural light are some of the special touches you will
find in our facilities. Nestled among the giant, majestic redwoods and the delicate beauty of ginkgo

and wisteria, our venues provide the perfect place for indoor/outdoor events.

Twin Pines Senior Community Scan the QR Code for More Info.
Center- 250 max
Twin Pines Lodge-125 max www.belmont.gov/rentals
Twin Pines Manor-70 max
Twin Pines Cottage-35 max
Sports Complex Conference
Center-170 max

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PICNIC RENTALS

Book your next event today!

Twin Pines Meadow

Twin Pines Redwood Twin Pines Buckeye Alexander Park

Scan the QR Code for More Info. PICNIC AREAS FEATURE:

Large, Shaded Grass Areas Restrooms

Wooded Scenery Playgrounds

Barbeque Grills Horseshoe Stakes

Picnic Tables Central Location

www.belmont.gov/rentals

CONTACT US 30 Twin Pines Lane, 650.595.7441
Belmont CA 94002
[email protected]

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Parks & Recreation

Main Office

(650) 595-7441
[email protected]

Monday - Friday 30 Twin Pines Lane
8am - 5pm Twin Pines Park
Belmont, CA 94002
Closed 12-1pm

www.belmont.gov/parksandrec

Holiday Closures: 5/30, 7/4

PCoarmkms &issRioenc City
Council

Meetings - 1st Wednesday, 7pm Meetings: 2nd & 4th Tuesday, 7pm
Council Chambers, City Hall Council Chambers, City Hall

Craig Michaels Mayor Julia Mates
Chuck Cotten Vice Mayor Tom McCune
Nicki Fox Councilmember Warren Lieberman
Ulla Foehr Councilmember Charles Stone
Austin Lee Councilmember Davina Hurt
Avery Lyford
Karl Mittelstadt Visit www.belmont.gov for more
information.

Meetings may be conducted in person or virtually.

I hereby absolve the City of Belmont, its employees, independent contractors and officers from all liability that may arise as a
result of my participation in any of the programs, classes, or events included in the Activity Guide or otherwise offered by the

4 City of Belmont. Additionally, I/we agree to allow use of my/participant’s photograph(s) and video(s) for Parks and Recreation
program online and print publicity.

Table of Contents

For activities from April to August

RENTALS 2

AQUATICS 6

CAMP SOAR 7

PRESCHOOL 8

YOUTH & TEENS 9

ADULTS 11

REGISTRATION/CANCELLATION/ REFUND POLICIES 14

COMMUNITY EVENTS 16

PARKS 18

STAY INFORMED 20

Director’s Corner

For the past 20+ months, due to COVID-19, we’ve adjusted the programming, services, and events
we offer to ensure the safety of our patrons, staff, and the community at large. During this time, the Parks &
Recreation Department has provided free and fee-based virtual programs for all ages, established a “Grab &
Go” lunch program for our seniors, and invented all sorts of home decorating contests, scavenger hunts,
activity and craft kits, and more to help the difficult times pass by more quickly. The Belmont Community
Learning Center and many of our partners have continued to provide child and enrichment care through-
out the pandemic, and our parks staff never skipped a beat maintaining our parks, fields, and open spaces,
which have been an invaluable respite for many.
A printed Activity Guide just didn’t make sense in that rapidly changing dynamic, but now we’re ex-
cited to deliver a new and improved Spring/Summer 2022 Activity Guide to you. What’s new and improved?
We’ve reduced the number of pages as we strive to be environmentally and fiscally responsible, but have
included directions to easily access more information for our youth and teen programs online - just follow
the QR codes!
As we continue to refine our efforts to bring you the latest information about Parks & Recreation
programs and events, we’re eager to hear from you on how best to reach you. Please let us know by
completing the brief survey on the back cover or online at bit.ly/connectwithbelmont

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Aquatics: Swim Lessons and more!
www.belmont.gov/aquatics

Monday-Friday Lesson Schedule INSTRUCTORS:
Session I Session II TIMES: Belmont Parks & Recreation
Dates: 6/27-7/8 (closed 7/4) 7/25-8/5 10:00, 10:30, Certified Aquatics Staff

Resident Fee: $110 $115 11:00, 11:30, LOCATION:
Non-Res. Fee: $115 $120 3:00, 3:30,
# of lessons: 10 9 4:00, 4:30 Carlmont High School Pool,
Pre-Swim Team: see 1400 Alameda de las Pulgas
Pre-Swim Team Prep: See below below

Pre-Beginner I
This class is designed to familiarize students with water safety
and enhance a feeling of comfort in the pool.
PREREQUISITES: 3-5 years old and 24” shoulder
height with no previous experience. Level III

Pre-Beginner II Instruction includes front crawl, back crawl, elementary
backstroke, treading water, diving, bobbing and safety skills.
This class will further develop students’ knowledge of water PREREQUISITES: Level II skills and adjusted to deep water;
safety and increase the development of water skills. demonstrate front and back crawl for 5 yards.
PREREQUISITES: 3-5 years old and completed Pre-Beginner I or
can front float and swim 15 feet on stomach. Level IV

Level I Instruction includes refinement of front crawl and back crawl,
alternate kicks for treading water, basics of breaststroke,
This class helps students feel comfortable in the water while sidestroke, turns, diving, endurance building, introduction
to CPR, rescue breathing and other safety skills.
creating a solid foundation of aquatic safety skills. PREREQUISITES: Level III skills at twice the distance;
PREREQUISITES: Pre-Beginner II skills or 6 years old with no
previous experience. demonstrate front and back crawl for 10 yards, elementary
backstroke for 5 yards, basic dive and treading water.

Level II Level V

Instruction includes rhythmic breathing, floating, finning, Instruction focuses on alternate breathing, stride jump,
arm strokes, turning over, deep water exploration, retrieve swimming for distances, open turns, increased endurance and
underwater objects and safety skills. skill treading water, feet-first surface dives and
PREREQUISITES: Level I skills or demonstrate front and back advanced safety skills.
float. PREREQUISITES: Level IV skills at twice the distance;
demonstrate front and back crawl for 20 yd, elementary
backstroke for 10 yd, and breaststroke and sidestroke for 5 yd.

Pre-Swim Team Prep (45min)
This class is for students who have successfully completed Level
V. Instruction includes enhanced efficiency and stroke
mechanics, endurance and conditioning, repetitive drills to
develop the ability to swim continuously for 500 yards using a
combination of strokes and treading water for 5 min.
PREREQUISITES: Must have passed Level V with the ability to
demonstrate all Level V requirements, swim continuously for
100 yd (4 lengths of the pool) and tread water for 2 min.
Times: 10:10am, 3:10pm, 4:10pm
Session I 6/27-7/8 Residents: $140, Non-Residents: $145
Session II 7/28-8/5 Residents: $145, Non-Residents: $150
Swimmer Aide Program
Lap & Recreational Swim
Ages 13-17
June 20-Aug 5 (closed 7/4, 7/18-22)
Calling all Swimmer Aides! If you are looking to gain $7.00 per person per day (cash or check)
valuable skills in teaching swimming lessons, stroke Lap Swim: Mon-Fri 12:00-2:50pm
technique and lifesaving skills, while gaining volunteer ser- Recreation Swim: Mon-Fri 1:00-2:50pm
vice hours for school, then come join the Belmont Aquatics
Staff this Summer!

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Camp SOAR

Go on an adventure with us this summer! Each week of Camp Summer Outdoor Adventure Recreation,
campers will experience nature exploration, games, crafts, water play, silly songs, making friends and

learning in the beautiful natural setting of Twin Pines Park. Be sure to sign up for Extended Care!
More info available online at www.belmont.gov/CampSoar
Week 3: No camp 7/4

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$350 Resident, $370 Non-resident, WEEK 3: $310 Residents, $330 Non-Residents

EAGLES (3RD-5TH) 8AM-5PM

$360 Resident, $380 Non-resident, WEEK 3: $320 Residents, $340 Non-Residents

SOAR Extended Care 5PM-6PM

$30 Resident, $40 Non-resident, WEEK 3: $25 Resident, $35 Non-Residents

Week 1:Disney and Friends Week 5: AROUND T WORLD: y FUN
PASSPORT
Jun 20-24 Jul 18-22

Week 2:It’s a Jungle Out There Week 6: DEEP SEA JOURney

Jun 27-Jul 1 Jul 25-29

SPY KIDS*Week 3: *No camp Monday 7/4 Week 7: GONE CAMPING

Jul 5-8 Aug 1-5

Week 4: TROPICAL BREEZE & Palm Trees Week 8: To Infinity & Beyond!

Jul 11-15 Aug 8-12

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT: What To Pack:

MONDAYS: DISCOVERY DAY • Camp t-shirt (Monday-Friday)
• Closed toe shoes
Meet all your awesome camp counselors and fellow camp- • Reusable water bottle
ers with a welcome ceremony and camp-wide activity to • Sun screen
• Hat
kick off the first day of camp! • Extra pair of clothes
• Fridays: Please ensure your child has a swimsuit, flip flops,
TUESDAYS: COOKING LESSON closed-toed shoes, towel, bag for wet items, and a change
of clothes
Campers will don their chef’s hats and get messy while
learning how to create fun, healthy snacks in the kitchen! Lunch and Snack
Info:
WEDNESDAYS: FIELD TRIP IT’S BACK!
Campers bring their own lunch and
Campers will hop on a bus and experience exciting places snacks. We recommend at least
for a day packed with fun! They are typically back from two snacks a day. The safety of
each child is a priority, therefore
their trip by 4pm. Camp SOAR is a “NUT-FREE ZONE.” Belmont
supports environmentally responsible practices by en-
THURSDAYS: ADVENTURE DAY couraging campers to pack re-usable containers whenev-
er possible and practice composting and recycling when
Embark on adventures throughout our lovely Twin Pines participating in our programs.
park! Campers will go on hikes, visit the creek, solve scav-
enger hunts, and jump in a bounce house! Campers are We're back
at Twin Pines
encouraged to dress up for the theme of the week. Park!

FRIDAYS: WATER PLAY

Hawks will cool off on the hot summer days with a variety
of water-based games at Twin Pines Meadow while Eagles
will head to the Carlmont High School pool to take a swim!

*Please bring a swimsuit and towel.
*Eagles will not attend the pool on 7/22 & 8/12

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Belmont Parks & Recreation’s

Community Learning Center

Preschool & Day CareOur Goals• Encourage the development of creativity.
• Provide a happy learning and growing experience.
• Promote a healthy self-concept.
• Provide activities designed to meet children’s needs,
interests and abilities.

What we offer The Community Learning Center program
Our program offers child care to fit your schedule. We includes Multilingual Enrichment in the
have full-time, part-time and preschool program op- curriculum. Languages include Spanish,
tions. Our program is designed to provide children Hindi, and Tagalog.
with the opportunity to experience the satisfaction of
learning and the warmth of friendship. Activities pro-
vide growth in such areas as language, numbers, music,
social skills, and the arts. A balance between structured
activities and self-directed play is incorporated into the
young child’s day. Serving Peninsula families since 1982.

Location
Barrett Community Center, Rooms 5, 8 & 9
1835 Belburn Dr., Belmont, CA 94002
For any additional information, please call the
Community Learning Center at (650) 595-7448.

Preschool Director - Linda Steenman www.belmont.gov/childcare
Preschool License # 410509243

“I have to send a shout out to BCLC. I am enrolling my third child here, and they have always done
and continue to do a stellar job. My kids have always loved it here. The teachers are patient, kind,

and very experienced in dealing with the children.” - Dorothy P.

Preschool Program Tuition 2022-2023
Classification Ages/Times Resident Non-Resident
Full-Time Program $1895/month
2.5 - 5 yrs Monday-Friday $1709/month
Between the operation hours of 8am - 5pm

Mon, Wed, Fri 2.5 - 5yrs 9am - 12noon $724/month $806/month
Tues, Thurs 2.5 - 5yrs 9am - 12noon $631/month $705/month

Hourly Care 2.5 - 5 yrs. Must be pre-scheduled $30/hour $35/hour
monthly with hours approved by Director.

Diaper Changing Fee $110/month $121/month
$175 per child $185 per child
Annual Fee 2.5 - 5yrs

A discount of 5% per child will be given to families with 2 or more children.

8 For cancellation and refund policies, see page 14.

YOUTH & TEEN FUN
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crafts creativity cooking

FOOTSTEPS MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMP
Footsteps Child Care, in partnership with the City of Belmont Parks and Recreation, offers eight weeks of summer camp just for
middle school youth. To Register please go to www.footstepschildcare.org or call Footsteps at (650) 610-0715
AGE: Entering 6th-9th Grade
DATES: June 20 - August 12 (*No camp 7/4-7/8)
HOURS: 8:00am-6:00pm
INSTRUCTOR: Footsteps Staff
LOCATION: Barrett Community Center, Rooms C & D, 1835 Belburn Drive, Belmont
FEE: $420 per week

MIDDLE SCHOOL CAMP INCLUDES:

• Sports, Outdoor and Recreational Activities
• Arts & Crafts, Science, Gardening, Healthy Snacks, Computers
• Counselors-in-Training Program
• Community Service Opportunities
• Monday Hikes and Tuesday and Thursday trips to the Belmont Library
• Recreational Swim Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at Carlmont High School Pool or Highlands Recreation Center
• Fantastic Field Trips!

Dates Field Trip (Wed) Recreation Swim Location (Tues & Thurs)
6/20-6/24 Great America Carlmont High School Pool
6/27-7/1 Six Flags Discovery Kingdom Carlmont High School Pool
7/11-7/15 Boomers (Livermore) Carlmont High School Pool
7/18-7/22 King’s Obstacle Course Highlands Recreation Center Pool
7/25-7/29 Oakland A’s Game Carlmont High School Pool
8/1-8/5 Raging Waters Carlmont High School Pool
8/8-8/12 Pinstripes Bowling Highlands Recreation Center Pool
Field trips, special events and hikes are subject to change.
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YOUTH & TEENS

BROUGHT TO YOU BY BELMONT PARKS & RECREATION STAFF

THE HIDEOUT
AFTER-SCHOOL PROGRAM

HOMEWORK HELP 10/19/21-6/17/22 VIDEO GAMES
COOKING
MON/THUR/FRI: 3PM-5PM
ARTS & CRAFTS
OUTDOOR GAMES WED: 1PM-5PM FIELD TRIPS

GRADES 6-8 SNACKS

SIGN UP HERE: COMPUTERS

Stepping Stone Enrichment Academy Summer Camp
Jun.20 ~ Aug.19, 9am~5pm, $360/Week

9 Sessions,9 Topics, Infinite Fun!!!

 Build Pinyin Foundation in 9 weeks
 Fun Topics Each Week
 Learn Chinese Characters, Traditions and Culture through Fun and Hands On Activities

Session 1. Jun.20 ~ 24, Pinyin / Chinese Cuisine

Session 2. Jun.27~ Jul.1, Pinyin / Outdoor Team Game

Session 3. Jul. 4 ~ 8, Pinyin / Fashion Designer

Session 4. Jul. 11~15, Pinyin / Art Crafts

Session 5. Jul. 18~22, Pinyin / Paint & Drawing

Session 6. Jul. 25~29, Pinyin / Sceince

Session 7. Aug.1~5, Pinyin / Game Is On

Session 8. Aug.8~12, Pinyin / Tennis

Session 9. Aug.15~19, Pinyin / Chinese Cuisine

Call:(650)455-2048 Email: [email protected] www.sseaschool.com

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ADULTS

ACTIVITIES AT THE
TWIN PINES SENIOR & COMMUNITY CENTER

20 Twin Pines Lane, Twin Pines Park, Belmont
No membership or residency requirements. All adults are welcome!
Must be Signed Up or Registered in advance per activity to participate
• Sign Up: Call (650) 595-7444
• Register: Register with the Parks & Recreation Department in person at 30 Twin Pines Lane, or online
at www.belmont.gov/register . More info at 650-595-7441.
Face coverings may be required at all times until further notice.
Check our Newsletter or www.belmont.gov/adults for the latest updates on our programs and services

TRADITIONAL CHEN-STYLE ZUMBA GOLD
TAIJI (TAI CHI)
Are you ready to Zumba? Zumba is based on the principles
Regular practice of Taiji (Tai Chi) has shown to that exercise should be fun and easy to do. Zumba Gold is
yield many health benefits such as improve- more gentle than regular Zumba and is a great mix of Latin
ment in balance, breathing, freer movement, flavor and international music with easy-to-follow, low-
improved sleep and reduction of stress. Taiji impact moves which create a high-energy and calorie-
movements are slow, low-impact and safe. blasting workout. Please wear comfortable clothes,
The muscles and joints are always relaxed. supportive shoes and bring a water bottle.
Learn fundamental concepts and move-
ments. • Participants must be able to move unassisted
• Must be registered in order to participate (no trials)
• Participants must be able to stand • Register w/Parks & Rec Dept
and walk unassisted
• Must be registered in order to par- Wed 10:30-11:30am 5/4-6/1 #2241
ticipate (no trials) Wed 10:30-11:30am 6/8-7/13 #2242
• Register w/Parks & Rec Dept
AGE: 40+
Beginner/Intermediate FEE: $69 Residents, $83 Non-resident (6 classes)
INSTRUCTOR: Yoshiko Takeshita

Thu 9-10am 4/21-5/26 #2239 COMFORTABLE FLOW YOGA IT’S BACK!
Thu 9-10am 6/23-7/28 #2240
Welcome back to a fun and effective yoga class. Let's
AGE: 18+ get rid of our tight and uncomfortable bodies. Let's
FEE: $66 Resident, $78 Non-resident (6 classes) bring back our flexibility and strength. One hour of true
INSTRUCTOR: Master Joan Tay, 6th Degree Tai Chi, Hsing-I, pleasure for your mind and body. Bring a mat, wear co-
Bagua mortable clothing. Be prepared to feel a big difference!

AMERICAN LINE DANCING • Participants must be able to move unassisted
• Must be registered in order to participate (no trials)
Line dancing is for fun and for exercise and is open to all • Register w/Parks & Rec Dept
ages that enjoy dancing! Learn the various forms of line
dancing from country slides and vines, flowing waltz, to Tue 10:30-11:30am 4/19-6/7 #2245
ballroom favorites like boogie, swing, cha-cha, hip hop and *LOCATION: Twin Pines Lodge
more! This program is for new students or those who would
like to enjoy easy-to-learn line dances, typically 32 steps or AGE: 18+
shorter. FEE: $112 Residents, $131 Non-resident (9 classes)
• Participants must be able to stand and walk unassisted INSTRUCTOR: Cheryl Cooper
• Must be registered in order to participate (no trials)
• Register w/Parks & Rec Dept NEEDLECRAFTS GROUP

Beg. Tue 9-10am 4/19-6/28 #2243 This lively group meets every week to work on individual or
Int. Tue 10-11am 4/19-6/28 #2244 group projects in a social atmosphere. Some projects are
created for sale at the Twin Pines Senior & Community
AGE: 18+ *No class 5/24 Center and all those proceeds go to The Senior Fund. Bring
FEE: $60 Resident, $72 Non-resident (10 classes) your project and supplies and join the fun!

• Must sign up by calling (650) 595-7444

INSTRUCTOR: Allen Isidro Tuesdays 12:30 - 2:30pm 11

ADULTS

BEAT THE ARTHRITIS IT’S BACK! ROSEN METHOD MOVEMENT

This is a low-impact, gentle physical activity that will You will be guided with music through gentle, unhurried
help improve circulation, balance, endurance & range movements, which are designed to improve alignment and
of motion. Movements are done sitting or standing. flexibility while increasing range of motion, balance and
Elastic bands & weights are optional. All levels are wel- strength. Certified instructor Rosemary Field will help you
come! connect with your body and mind, feeling balanced and re-
freshed at the end of each session. Wear comfortable cloth-
• Participants must be able to stand and walk unassisted ing and supportive shoes. Limited spots available! Phone
• Must be registered in order to participate (no trials) 595-7444 to sign up. Free!
• Register w/Parks & Rec Dept
Thu 11:30-12:30 4/21-6/2 #2246 • Must sign up by calling (650) 595-7444
Thu 11:30-12:30 6/16-7/28 #2247 • No class 6/16, 6/23, 6/30
AGE: 50+ Thursdays 10:15-11:15am 4/21-7/28
INSTRUCTOR: Mary Furuta
FEE: Residents: $77 Non-Residents: $91 (7 classes) GRAB & GO LUNCH PROGRAM

JAZZERCISE Tuesdays - Wednesays - Thursdays
Ages 60+
Jazzercise offers group fitness classes for all levels. Get a delicious salad, hot entree, and fruit that meet
Our classes incorporate HIIT cardio dance moves with full nutrition requirements! Individual meals are
strength training for the ultimate full-body workout pre-ordered in advance and catered by Creekside
that can slay your wellness goals. Grill. Co-sponsored by Aging & Adult Services from the
www.jazzercise.com County of San Mateo.
LOCATION: Barrett Community Center, 1835 Belburn To order:
Dr, Belmont
• Must reserve at least 7 days in advance. (No
NEW MOVIES drop-ins or extra meals available)

Missed a few movies during the COVID lockdown? • Sign up early! Some days fill up.
Never fear! We’re catching up with the best movies • You can order up to 2 meals per person, per day.
of 2020-2021 to follow with the highest acclaimed • Pick up and fill out a Lunch Menu order, or call
movies of 2022. Pick up this month’s movie schedule
outside the Center, or just call (650) 595-7444 to 595-7444 (copies available outside the Twin
ask what movie is playing. Free! Limited spacing, 6ft Pines Senior & Community Center entrance)
apart. Masks must be worn at all times. For movie • $5 per meal suggested donation
descriptions, go to www.belmont.gov/adults To pickup (Outdoors at TSPCC Front Entrance):
• Last names A-M: Pickup time is from 11:30-12:00
• Must sign up by calling (650) 595-7444 • Last names N-Z: Pickup time is from 12:00-12:30
• No-shows or late arrivals after 12:30 forfeit their
Tuesdays 12:30pm meal
• Repeated no-shows might be temporarily sus-
VIDEO AEROBICS pended
• Must wear mask at all times until further notice
Have fun exercising to Richard Simmons’ retro, non- • Must observe 6ft distancing
impact aerobics in a casual, non-judgemental setting.
Free! TABLE TENNIS
• Must sign up by calling (650) 595-7444
Free, all levels welcome. Make sure to bring a friend!
Wednesdays 9:30-10:20am 4/20-7/27 • Must sign up by calling (650) 595-7444
4th Fridays of the month 11:30am-12:30pm
12 Next dates: 4/22, 5/27, 6/24, 7/22

ADULTS
CHAIR YOGA
COMMUNITY RESOURCES
For people with limited mobililty, excersies are done FOR OLDER ADULTS AND
seated and standing with a chair. Sessions help with
posture, flexibility and balance as well as relaxation, THE DISABLED:
concentration and breath awareness. What you learn
can be incorporated into your daily activities at home! GENERAL
Free! Space is limited. 24-Hr Advice Line 1-800-675-8437
• Must Sign Up at (650) 595-7444 For older adults or person with disabilities who are in
Fridays 9:30-10:30am 4/22-7/29 urgent need and there is no one to help them. They will
assess and provide emergency protection such as shel-
MEDITATION ter, food or in-home care for immediate concerns, until a
long-term care plan can be developed.
A guided meditation using imagery to help become Older Adult Resource Line: Find information about
more mindful and aware of the present moment. resources including food, or peer counseling. (650) 780-
There is a theme for each session. Each person is 7542 (Peninsula Family Services) English/Spanish.
invited to figuratively "put something into the cen- FOOD
ter of the circle". Something to focus on, something Meals on Wheels: For people 60+ who are homebound,
to let go of for the hour, or an idea such as peace or unable to shop or cook for themselves, or have recent or
gratitude. Participants can choose to pass. After about ongoing health issues, and live by themselves. (650) 323-
20-30 minutes, participants are invited to move as 2022.
needed and to discuss their experience. Expect confi- Samaritan House: If you are homebound or low-income
dentiality, non-judgment, and acceptance. Free! and need food or supplies. (650) 347-3648
• Must Sign Up at (650) 595-7444

Fridays 10-11am 4/22-7/29 TRANSPORTATION
Redi-Wheels: For people with impaired mobility,including
HEALTH, WELLNESS & YOU Nneeww!! wheelchair use. Fares between $1.75- $4.25. To apply call
Join us for an informative series of virtual workshops pre- (650) 366-4856
sented by the professional staff at Dignity Health Sequoia Peninsula Volunteers Inc: They arrange for Uber or Lyft
Hospital. Free! transportation within San Mateo County to dental appoit-
• Must Sign Up at (650) 595-7444 nments, doctor’s visits, pharmacy, supermarket or Senior
Centers. (650) 272-5040
MANAGING STRESS: Mind, Body, Spirit MEDICARE ADVICE
Wednesday, April 27 10-11am HICAP assists Medicare beneficiaries with their benefits,
options and questions and help them file medical claims.
DIABETES & PREDIABETES AWARENESS 1-800-434-0222
Wednesday, May 25 10-11am

STROKE AWARENESS & PREVENTION SOCIAL & EMOTIONAL SUPPORT
Wednesday, June 22 10-11am Friendship Line: Offering a caring ear and regular friendly
conversation with lonely older adults. 1-800-971-0016

FREE HEALTH SCREENINGS 24/7 RESOURCE LINE
Call 211 if you need to find resources on any given topic,
Personalized, individualized screening and counseling by such as food, mental halth, healthcare expenses, and
an experienced Sequoia Hospital nurse, who answer your
questions and help you understand your results and how ONLINE PROGRAMS
to communicate your results to your Doctor.
AGE: 18+ • Drop in • Free We have free French, Italian, Spanish, German and
Blood Pressure Mandarin Conversation groups, as well as Meditation,
3rd Tuesdays 11:30-12:30 4/19, 5/17, 6/21, 7/19 and Strength Training offered online via Zoom or Skype.
Blood Glucose Call us to leave your name, email and phone number
Certain Tuesdays 11:30-12:30 4/19, 7/9 to forward your contact info to the volunteer activity
*For best results, a 4-hour fast is suggested. leader. Must be 18+ to participate.

650-595-7444 13

REGISTER FOR A CLASS

Mon-Fri
8am - 5pm
Closed
12-1pm
Sorry, no cash payments.

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COMMUNITY EVENTS

EGG ADVENTURE HUNT

April TWIN
16th PINES
PARK

AGES 3-10
ARRIVE AT 9:30AM
HUNT BEGINS AT 10AM SHARP!
BRING YOUR OWN BASKET

Sponsored by:

the Golden Egg Hunt will be posted on social media April 11-15!

Belmont Park Boosters’ Summer Concert Series

Twin Pines Park Meadow Sunday Afternoons, 1-4 pm Open Lawn Seating

These FREE concerts are produced by the Belmont Park Boosters with the cooperation of the Belmont Parks and

Recreation Department. Refreshments are available; the proceeds of which help make these concerts possible.

Eat, drink, Enjoy! June 19 Ticket to Ride- Beatles Cover Band

Sponsor- McGovern Insurance

June 26 Tinman Rock & roll
Sponsor –Stanford University

July 3 Smokin’ Slice of Mojo – Rock & Roll/Motown
Sponsor – Windy Hill Property Ventures

July 10 Tom Rigney and Flambeau – Cajun Fiddlin’
Sponsor – Nikon

July 17 High Water Blues – Rhythm & Blues
Sponsor – Stanford University

July 24 Whiskey Hill Billies – Americana
July 31 Sponsor – Fox, Shjeflo & Babu LLP

Blue – CA good Time Music
Sponsor - Recology

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COMMUNITY EVENTS

Join us for the 18th Annual Celebration of PRESENTED BY:
Music in Belmont–Redwood Shores Schools

LEARN MORE:
SchoolForce.org/CelebrateTheMusic

CHECK OUT OUR
ONLINE CALENDAR
AND SOCIAL MEDIA

CHANNELS FOR
MORE UPDATES!

www.belmont.gov/calendar

@BelmontParksRec

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PARKS

www.belmont.gov/parks

PARKS AT A GLANCE

Acres Special Features
Ballfield
Basketball
Cyling

Horseshoe
Pits

Jogging
Track

Multi-Use
Field

Picnic Area
Playground
Recreational

Building
Restrooms
Swimming

Tennis

1. Alexander Park 1.3   B   Handball/Tennis Wall, Recycling
400 block of Yorkshire Receptacle

2. Barrett Community Center 5.1   B    Community Garden, Drinking Fountain,
1834 Belburn /1870 Ralston Day Care, Enrichment Classes

3. Belameda Park 3   Drinking Fountain Adjacent to Belmont
1110 Alameda de las Pulgas Library

4. Belmont Sports Complex 11 B Drinking Fountain, Volleyball area, Facility
Rentals, Lighted Fields
      550 Island Parkway

5. Carlmont High School 13.5       Drinking Fountain, Pool (Summer only)
1400 Alameda de las Pulgas

6. Central School 3.4    Drinking Fountain, Stage
525 Middle Road

7. Cipriani Park/Dog Park 6   Drinking Fountain, Lawn Area, Dog Park
Off Leash Area
2525 Buena Vista

8. College View Park 0.1  Drinking Fountain
1 College View Way

9. Davey Glen Park 1.1  ADA accessible
Across from 500 Davey Glen Rd

10. Fox School* 6.1     Drinking Fountain
Tot lot is adjacent to school
3100 St James Rd

11. Hallmark Park 5.2    Drinking Fountain
2599 Hallmark Dr Access to Crystal Springs Trails

12. Hastings Tot Lot 0.3  Vista View, Benches, Trail Access
2400 Hastings Dr

13. Hidden Canyon Park 23.7  Drinking Fountain, Undeveloped,
End of Carlmont Dr Hiking/Biking Trails

14. McDougal Park* 4.5    Drinking Fountain, Multi-use Field, Limited
Hours (See website for details)
1405 Solana Dr

15. Nesbit School* 6.5    Drinking Fountain
Handball/Tennis Wall
500 Biddulph Way

16. O’Donnell Park 0.9 B Drinking Fountain
400 Block of Ralston Lawn Area

17. Patricia Wharton Park 0.1 Benches
Notre Dame Ave/ Middle Rd

18. Ralston Middle School* 7.4     Drinking Fountain

2675 Ralston Ave

19. Ralston Ranch Park 1.3   Undeveloped
Across from 1 Ralston Ranch 35  B  
20. San Juan Canyon 0.1 Undeveloped Open Space, Benches,
21.1  Hiking/Biking, Trails, Connected to
4122 Marsten Ave/3500 Bartlett Way 1 Sugarloaf Open Space & Trails
21. Semeria Park 
2322 Casa Bona Ave Drinking Fountain, Lawn Area
22. Twin Pines Park
Senior & Community Center, Lawn Area,
30 Twin Pines Lane Four Building Rentals, Three Picnic Area
23. Wakefield Park Rentals, Volleyball Area
Wakefield Dr and Elder Dr Views of the SF Bay, Benches, Hiking &
biking trail access

24. Water Dog Lake  260.6 Undeveloped, No water play allowed,
Across from 2839 Hallmark Hiking/Biking Trails and Open Space
PARK RULES
 # of lit facilities · Hours: ½ hour before sunrise to ½ after sunset PARKS & RECREATION
 # of unlit facilities · Dogs must be on-leash and cleaned-up after DEPARTMENT

B Barbecue 30 Twin Pines Ln, Belmont

· No alcohol allowed except by permit (650) 595-7441
· No smoking www.belmont.gov

*Park reserved for school use only during school hours

18 Please note: All dogs must be on leash at all times, except Cipriani Dog Park and during
Barrett’s posted Off-Leash Hours. (BMC Ordinance Section 5-6(1)) For any in-progress con-

cerns, please contact Belmont PD at (650) 595-7400.

WATERDOG LAKE & OPEN SPACE

find full details, maps, Did you know?
and guidelines at
www.belmont.gov/openspace The name Waterdog
comes from a native
species of salamander!

Parks, Recreation and Open
Space Master Plan – We want to
hear from YOU!

Visit BelmontProsPlan.com to
view draft improvement recom-
mendations for ALL of Belmont’s
parks. Tell us what you think.
Or, check out the Park & Rec-
reation Commission meetings
to hear discussions and provide
comments about specific parks,
the Open Space Management
Plan, and more!

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US POSTAGE PAID
30 Twin Pines Lane Belmont, CA
Belmont, CA 94002 Permit #22

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