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Cameron Park CSD

Apr 02, 2013 04:17AM ● By Style

Photo courtesy of Cameron Park Community Services District

It’s time to get outside, be active and spring clean!

With so many great programs, activities and events this month, getting some fresh air and having fun will be a breeze.

The Cameron Park Community Services District is taking registration for their instructional T-ball program for ages 4-7; the program begins in May and will be held on Saturdays.

Clean out unwanted junk from the garage, or unwanted clippings and tree trimmings; then bring these items to the Spring Cleanup Day, taking place on Saturday, April 20, at Christa McAuliffe Park and the Camerado Springs Middle School parking lot from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Cameron Park Fire Explorers will be on hand to help unload items, and donations are welcome. Items accepted include yard waste, trash, general recycling and E-waste. Please no commercial waste, oil, batteries, tires, rocks, dirt/concrete, large appliances or hazardous waste. Chipping services (offered by the Fire Safe Council) and Snowline Hospice will also be on-site. On the same day, at the Community Center’s parking lot, a swap meet from 8 a.m. to noon will entice folks to sell their treasures or hunt for new ones.

On Tuesday, April 9, the monthly Coffee, Tea and Friends program will be held from 10-11:30 a.m. in the social room of the Community Center. This month’s topic is “Emergency Preparation.” The Cameron Park Fire Department will show attendees what to include in their emergency kit and provide other information for emergency preparedness. This free program, sponsored by Visiting Angels, is open to everyone and takes place the second Tuesday of each month.

Learn the skills necessary to become a lifeguard at one of two Lifeguard Training classes—held April 13-14 and April 20-21. Participants should be at least 15 years old with swimming ability.

Want to get moving? Yoga, Zumba, Tai Chi, Hula, Table Tennis, Ballroom Dance, and Tap classes are available for adults, while Hula and Ballet are available for youth. Don’t miss the various cooking and CPR/First-Aid classes too. Does your child struggle with math? If so, sign them up for the “Addition and Subtraction Facts to 9” class; they’ll learn the concept and memorization of math facts in no time.

Save the date! On May 4, the Spring Garden, Antique and Craft Fair—an indoor/outdoor show featuring a variety of garden accessories, antiques and hand-made crafts specific for the spring season—will be in town. Admission is free!

Looking for a place to hold an event? Check out the Community Center, featuring an auditorium with a stage, commercial kitchen and more.

For a complete list of activities and events, visit or call the Cameron Park Community Services District at 530-677-2231.