Alameda Community Corner
Summer Reading Program "Reading Takes You Places”
Last day to register is July 21, 2018
Last day to play is July 31.
Registration for “Reading Takes You Places,” the free 2018 Summer Reading Program at the Alameda Free Library, begins Friday, June 1. Created to encourage reading as well as life-long learning, this eight-week program is open to everyone from birth through adult.
AEF Summer Enrichment Camps
What makes AEF summer camps unique? Low student-teacher ratios; Taught by experts in their fields; Students learn valuable new skills; And they’re fun! We offer over 60 camps from June 25 through July 27, including half and full day camps for students in (completed) grades K - 8. ARPD After Care is available after morning camps for students in grades K - 5 (pick up at Godfrey Park). Camps include: Mandarin, Spanish, cooking, technology, arts, engineering, writing, karate, music and more! Check out our flyer for all the details: FLYER
Prevent the student brain drain while introducing your child to new and fun learning experiences. Register at AEF Website.
All-Star Academics After School & Summer Programs
Intro to DI Summer Camp
June 11 - August 6, Choose one week or more
$200, 12pm - 5:30pm, OR
$335 Full Day [7:30am - 12pm: Academic Review]
12pm - 1pm Free Hot Lunch
5:30pm - 6pm Pick Up
Wednesday - Field Trip
Weekly Challenges: [Leading by Earhart DI Alumni - 9th Grade Global Finalists & 6th grade DI Alumni]:
Best of the Bay DI Region and AllStar Academics are introducing "2018 Intro to DI Summer Camp"! There are two programs: Rising Stars [TK - Grade 2] and EL/ML DI [Grade 3 - 8]. Please see the above flier for more details.
Register now, in person or via snail mail, to receive the early bird discount. Registration Form
Papalote Summer Camp 2018
9am – 2pm
Harbor Bay Club
Give your kids the opportunity to learn the Spanish language and culture in a fun and nurturing environment!
The activities include traditional games, art projects, stories, music and cooking. Camps are for kids 5-10, from 09 am to 02 pm.
EastBay Badminton Summer Camp
Need some Summer Break fun? Would like to learn how to play badminton? Or plan to join Alameda High School Badminton Team in the future? Join EastBay Badminton Summer Camp to get trained by EBA's National Champions - Kate Jingyu Hong. It is designed for children of all levels age 18 and under. $175 per week per session. Register today via website or in person.
Got questions? Please contact EBA via phone.
Join us this summer for tons of challenging chess lessons, exciting games, and cool prizes. You'll improve your chess skills, meet new friends and work out your most powerful muscle - your brain! Camp includes fun team chess games, recess time, snacks, tournaments and puzzles. Each camper receives a t-shirt, trophy, and puzzle folder. Unleash your brain power with Chess Wizards! Lunch is provided, but campers are welcome to bring their own, and also pack snacks.
Full day only (9am – 3pm)
Veteran's Memorial Building,
2203 Central AVE, Alameda, CA, 94501
Who can Sign Up: Ages 6-14
How: Class # 6035 www.alamedaca.gov/recreation
Cooking Round the World is the juncture where cultural exploration meets culinary arts!
Each camp day we cook and eat 4 to 8 recipes, read a folktale, play an international/national game, observe a cooking demonstration, and learn to think critically about the foods we just cooked.
Join Cooking Round the World! Go to Website and
click on Camp to enroll today!
Full day only (10:30am – 5pm) | Precare from 8 – 10:30 is available through the Alameda Parks Dept.
Harrison Center, Lincoln Park: 1450 High St, Alameda
Boy Scout Troop
Troop 3 Openings for New Boy Scouts! Does your son enjoy canoeing, camping, rock climbing? Or is he more into sculpture, music or theater? Perhaps he's an adventurer who would like to spend a week at Catalina Island, earning his scuba certification or 2 weeks at the National Jamboree Camp, zip-lining, perfecting his stunts on their massive skate park with a trip to DC to view the Smithsonian Monuments and meet a government official? Whether he wants to pursue his Eagle Scout rank or simply enjoy all these experiences -- and so many more -- he is welcome. Troop 3 is open to boys ages 11-18 and meets on Tuesday evenings on Bay Farm Island 7:30-8:30pm. If you have questions about the troop we would be happy to discuss. You can reach out to Lisa Trousdale via .
Be a part of the 24th season of Alameda Youth Basketball, Inc. (AYB) whose guiding mission and philosophy is to provide children in Alameda the opportunity to play recreational basketball and to teach the concepts of sportsmanship, teamwork, leadership and fair play.
Games: Begin in December
All leagues will play on either Saturday or Sunday.
Who can Sign Up: Grades 1 - 8
How: Register for the 2017-2018 AYB Basketball season either online or in person.
Galileo Summer Camp
Galileo believes that Summer Camp should be loads of fun and profoundly enriching at the same time.
Your kids will love making their wildest ideas come to life. You’ll love the lasting impact it has on their confidence and creativity. Join us this summer and create something extraordinary.
Summer Discovery @ SJND
Summer Discovery at SJND offers athletic and enrichment activities for students in grades 3-9. We have sports clinics, theater, art, engineering, field trips and more! There’s something for everyone at Summer Discovery!
At Camp Bladium, children can experience a wide variety of games and activities throughout the school year: Rock Climbing, Basketball, Dodgeball, Karaoke, Kickball, Arts and Crafts, Laser Tag, Cheerleading, Jumpers and Legos®.
Papalote Spanish Language Enrichment Classes
Papalote is more than just Spanish class or camp where you learn how to Speak Spanish. It's based on creating long lasting friendships, building community, sharing, playing and learning together. Classes were started out of a gift and passion for teaching others the Spanish language, culture and history.
If you have any questions, please contact Paulettes or call (510) 521-5416 ext 130.
Alameda Soccer Club
Champions Soccer League: Program for Children with Special Needs
Registration is now open for the second season of Champions Soccer. The Champions League provides the opportunity to play soccer for those children who have not been able to play under the typical league circumstances. The goal of the program is to provide an opportunity for children with physical and mental challenges to experience the fun of playing soccer and the joy of being part of a team.
The Champions League is an all-volunteer, inclusive soccer program where children ages 7-17 years old with special needs can participate in a fun, supportive environment, coached by experienced soccer coaches. We provide the opportunity for the children to learn and play in a safe and fun environment.
Games will be played weekly in Alameda on Sunday afternoons from September 10 to November 12 during the typical fall soccer season. By participating in the Champions League our hope is that all players will develop social skills, better motor coordination, improved communication skills and get exercise while having a fun time.
The registration fee is $25 for the season. Register through Sportability. REGISTRATION
Cal State East Bay - Reading Skill & Speed Reading Programs for Children & Adults
Since 1981, California State University, East Bay, University Extension, has offered programs designed and taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development.
Alameda Location: Central Baptist Church
Free National Park Admission for 4th Graders
Hey fourth graders! See America’s natural wonders and historic sites for free. As a part of a new federal initiative 4th grade students are able to visit our national parks for free. Please see the Kid In a Park website for more information.
Youth League Tennis
Youth League Tennis provides non-profit community league play for ALL LEVEL players ages 5-14 on Saturday afternoons at Alameda High. Kids are grouped in 5 levels from beginners though advanced.
YLT is registering for spring, summer and fall sessions now and offers league play throughout the year. Scholarships are offered to disadvantaged families.
Home Depot's Free Kids Workshops
On the first Saturday of each month, Home Depot's FREE Kids Workshops offer fun & useful projects like building toolboxes, fire trucks & mail organizers, birdhouses, Mother's Day gifts, or any number of other cool projects. The workshops are great for kids 5 to 12 year old, & they teach children do-it-yourself skills & tool safety & they help to instill a sense of accomplishment.
Please REGISTER ahead of time online to make sure there will be enough kits & aprons for the participants. However, registration is not mandatory. The workshop will make a space at the work table for anyone who shows up, so don't be shy!
: First Saturday of each month
: 9am - noon
: Home Depot Store
7 July 2018
Register & Information