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8 June 2012 Just4Kids Summer Registration This month’s Just4Kids Page is sponsored by:


The City of Chandler Recreation Division


Fourth of July Celebration


at Tumbleweed Park The Chandler Lions Club and City of Chandler present the Fourth of July celebration on Wednesday, July 4 from 4-10 p.m. at Tumbleweed Park. Admission is free and there is a minimal charge for parking. The fireworks show starts at 9:30 p.m. There will be a variety of activities and entertain- ment for all ages to enjoy. For more information, visit www.chandleraz.gov/special-events.


Tumble Tots Indoor


Playground! Tumbleweed Recreation Center (TRC) provides an indoor playground for parents and toddlers ages five and under with “Tumble Tots” every Tuesday and Thursday from 9-11 a.m. It features a fun, safe play area with a variety of toys and activities. This is a drop-in activity and the fee is $2 per child ($3 for non-residents). For more information, visit www.chandleraz.gov/ tumbleweed or call 782-2900.


Watch the “Come Out


& Play Chandler” Show! The June episode of the Come Out & Play Chandler!” show is now airing on Channel 11 and at www.chandleraz.gov. You can also watch the show and other videos at www.youtube.com/ ChandlerRecreation.


is in Progress! The summer Break Time magazine outlining many all-ages recreation classes and special events for June, July and August is available at City facilities, libraries and recreation centers and online at www.chandleraz.gov/breaktime. Registration is now open for residents and non-residents. For more information, call 782-2727 or 782-2900.


Youth & Teen Camps Start June 4


Tumbleweed Recreation Center, Snedigar Recreation Center and the Environmental Education Center offer youth camps for boys and girls from June 4-July 20. There are half-day and full-day camps available. There also is a “Teen Adventure Camp” for students entering seventh, eighth and ninth grade with a field trip each week. For more details on activities, schedules and camp fees, see pages 57 and 58 in the summer Break Time. You can register at www.chandleraz.gov/registration.


Chandler Pools Open for the Summer


As the summer heat arrives, Chandler Aquatics can help cool you down while you get some sun and swim at any of the six pools: Mesquite Groves, Hamilton, West Chandler, Arrowhead, Desert Oasis and Folley Pool. For daily schedules, swim lesson and special event information, call the Aquatics Hotline at 480-782-2733 or visit www.chandleraz.gov/aquatics. You can also follow @ChandlerAquatic on Twitter for daily news and program updates.


Wednesday Family Night Activities


Join in the fun at Family Night at Tumbleweed Recreation Center every Wednesday throughout the summer from 5:30-7 p.m. There is a different activity each week. The fee is $2 ($3 for non-residents ages 1-12) and $3 ($5 for non-residents ages 13-17). Call 782-2900 or visit www.chandleraz.gov/tumbleweed for more information.


Summer Fun Facts: Did you know?…


•Chandler was selected as “Playful City USA” on May 1, marking the sixth consecutive year the city has received the honor.


•It takes 1,675,282 gallons of water to fill all six Chandler Aquatic Centers! •Nearly 300,000 people visited the six Chandler Aquatics Centers in 2011. •There have been more than 135 species of birds spotted at Environmental Education Center at Veterans Oasis Park in the last two years!


•Tumbleweed Recreation Center has a 7,000-square-foot fitness center that opens at 5 a.m. on weekdays.


•There are 15 lighted tennis courts at the Chandler Tennis Center. Stay Connected! Chandler Recreation distributes a monthly newsletter


(sign up at www.chandleraz.gov/listserv.html). You can follow @ChandlerRec on Twitter and Chandler Recreation on Facebook. You can watch the “Come Out & Play Chandler!” on Channel 11 and YouTube.


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