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EEC Summer Family
Open Houses Continue
To promote environmental awareness for all ages, the
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Environmental Education Center offers a free Family Open House
on July 21 and August 18 from 5-7:30 p.m. These events include
fun nature-based activities, crafts, hikes, movies, stories and
This month’s
Just4Kids Page is
science labs. Registration is not required; just stop by and join
sponsored by:
the fun! The EEC also offers Tuesday Moonwalks (July 28 and
The City of Chandler
August 25, 6:30-8:15 p.m.) and Saturday Nature Walks (July 11
Recreation Division KIDS
and August 8, 10-10:45 a.m.). To register, visit www.chandleraz.
gov/registration. For more information, call 480-782-2890. The
EEC is located at 4050 East Chandler Heights Road.
July Family Nights at TRC!
The Tumbleweed Recreation Center has a new summer activity
Summer Puppet Shows
called “Family Night at Tumbleweed” every Wednesday from
This summer the TRC and EEC have partnered with The Great
5:30-7 p.m. through July. This month’s schedule features
Arizona Puppet Theater to host several puppet shows for children
KidzArt on 7/8, a professional yo-yo demonstration on
and their parent or guardian. The TRC shows feature “The Tail
7/15, Bubble Blast on 7/22 and movie night on 7/29. The
of Peter Rabbit” on Thursday, July 30 at 2 p.m. and “Rapunzel”
fee is $2 for children and $3 for teens (parents are free;
Tuesday, Aug. 11 at 10 a.m. The EEC presents “Jack Rabbit and
included in all TRC family passes). For more information, call
the Desert Tortoise” (four years and up) Thursday, July 9, 10-11
480-782-2900 or visit www.chandleraz.gov/tumbleweed.
a.m. and “Hotel Saguaro” (fi ve years and up) Thursday, August
6, 2-3 p.m. The performances are $6 per child and registration is
required at www.chandleraz.gov/registration 480-782-2900).
Cool Down in July
With Chandler Aquatics!
Snedigar Offers Variety
There are still many long, hot days ahead of us in July and August,
so make sure to get out and cool down at any of the six Chandler
of Children Activities
Aquatic Centers! Admission for all pools is just $.50 for children,
Snedigar Recreation Center, located at 4500 S. Basha Rd., has several
$1.50 for adults and $.75 for adults over 55. The pools are available
children’s summer classes, including Little Lady Luau on Saturday, July
for private party rentals; call 480-782-2749 for information. For hours, 25 (10-11:30 a.m.) featuring a craft and story time and snacks with new
policies and swim program information, call the Chandler Aquatics
friends. A parent is encouraged to attend with children 3-6 years old.
Hotline at 480-782-2733 or visit www.chandleraz.gov/aquatics.
Snedigar also offers “A Very, Merry Un-Birthday” on July 11 (10-
11:30 a.m.) and August 8 (10-11:30 a.m.) with cupcakes, hot
potato presents and pointed party hats like Alice in Wonderland!
The class is $8 and for children ages 2-6 with a parent.
Football Camps
“Funny Paperz Cartoon Class” at Snedigar features a professional
cartoonist sharing expert, step-by-step, age appropriate drawing
at Santan Junior High
lessons for youth ages 6-15. The instructor blends traditional techniques
with the most popular characters from his commercial portfolios
The Chandler Recreation summer youth football camp is designed
and builds confi dence in young aspiring artists. The class fee is $16
for boys and girls 6-12 years old who want to improve their
(and $20 supply fee) and runs Tuesdays , 7/7-28 (4-5 p.m.).
strength, speed and agility while learning advanced skills. Taught
Register for these classes and more at www.chandleraz.gov/registration or
by former players and coaches, football drills will be conducted
call the Snedigar Recreation Center at 480-782-2641 for more information.
from 9-11 a.m. and in the gym during the afternoon. Recreation
professionals will help supervise campers along with the AZ
football Academy certifi ed coaches. There are half-day and full-day
openings for July 6-10 (9 a.m.-4 p.m.). Register at www.chandleraz.
TRC Drop-In Hours Extended for Summer!
gov/registration or call 480-782-2711 for more information.
The TRC offers supervised drop-in programs for youth and teens in the
Game Pod, Hay Loft and West Gym, Monday-Friday with extended summer
hours from noon-8 p.m. The rooms are fi lled with sports equipment, video
Follow Chandler Recreation
games, computers and game tables. Check out the monthly drop-in activity
calendar at www.chandleraz.gov/tumbleweed or call 480-782-2900.
in Social Media
To keep residents apprised of the latest news and special event
information, Chandler Recreation has profi les on Facebook
(go to groups and search for “Chandler Recreation”) and
Twitter (search for “ChandlerRec”). There is also a Chandler BREAK TIME
Recreation photo gallery on Flickr and video profi le on YouTube;
just search for Chandler Recreation on both sites.
The summer Break Time is now
available at City of Chandler facilities
Break Time & New
and Fry’s Stores. It can also be viewed
at www.chandleraz.gov/breaktime.
Non-Resident Fee Policy
ALWAYS AVAILABLE ONLINE AT WWW.CHANDLERAZ.GOV/BREAKTIMELERAZ GOV/BREAAKTTIMME
The summer Break Time outlining all camps, classes and programs
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is still available at many Chandler facilities and at www.chandleraz. CHANDLER, AZ 85248 GILBERT, AZ 85233
gov/breaktime. The fall Break Time for classes and programs

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Friday, July 24; fall registration begins August 8 for residents and

2075 NORTH ALMA SCHOOL RD.
August 14 for non-residents. A new non-resident fee policy will
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also be implemented on August 8 with the fall registration.

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