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The Fun Way to Get 'Mad':
Mad Hatter's Tea Party
Cordova Pool Replacement Project: Community Update
Come Join Us For
Halloween at Hagan!
Enjoy a night of Halloween fun with games, activities, a haunted room, prizes and much more.

We still have a few trunk or treat spaces open for organizations to fill. To reserve a space, contact Pam Wickens at or

For more information visit:
New Classes at the
Hagan Community Center
Kids Yoga (ages 3-11)
Students will enjoy a fun and creative class while learning how to stretch, breathe and connect with each other. Each class may include: yoga games, partner yoga, fun breathing techniques, yoga journeys, color mandalas and even play with Meddy Teddy!

Karate (ages 5+)
This karate class is designed for all ages. Come and participate in a style of martial arts that promotes a strong bond through achieving mutual goals. Experience the journey with friends, family and fellow karate students. Learn together, achieve together, become martial artists together. Optional $35 uniform fee.

Kindermusik (ages 2-5)
A fun and loving music class for parent and child together. Participate in songs, dance and rhythm instruments that stimulates brain development and muscle coordination for your little one.

Art is Good for You! (ages 7-12)
Learn drawing, watercolor, and art techniques in a fun learning environment with artist Heidi Yancey.

Zumba (ages 18+)
Zumba combines Latin and International music with a fun and effective workout system. The routines feature aerobic/fitness and interval training to sculpt the body. We take the "work" out of workout, by mixing low-intensity calorie-burning dance fitness party.

Ballroom Dance (ages 18+)
Ballroom dance returns to the Hagan Community Center. Learn ballroom dance moves while increasing balance, muscle memory, cognitive exercise, increasing flexibility, social grace and enhancing relationships. This is a drop-in style class.

Call 916.369.9844 for more information on these programs, or visit:
Youth Sports
Beginning Baton Twirling (ages 4-14)
Learn basic baton twirling and dance techniques with our in-house expert Kellie Perelman. Classes are held on Monday evenings at the Mather Sports Center. The next session starts on Monday, October 8. We are still accepting registration for the session in progress. Don’t miss out on the fun and join today!

Skyhawks Sports Clinics (ages 6-14)
Join the Skyhawks for their upcoming Basketball, Volleyball, Lacrosse and Soccer skills clinics starting in early October. Pre-registration is required, register online or in person today. 

Call 916.362.1704 for more information on these programs, or visit:
Adult Sports
Winter Double-Header Adult Softball
CRPD offers adult softball leagues for men and co-ed divisions from upper to lower level leagues . Stop by the Mather Sports Center today to pick up a registration packet or go to our website

Registration deadline is October 7, 2018.
*New* Cardio Tennis
This social class is designed for players of all abilities. Join the fun and get a great full body workout all while improving your tennis technique! Students need to bring their own racket. The next session starts Monday, October 8, at the beautiful Heron Landing Community Park Tennis Courts. Pre-registration is required. Register online or in person at any CRPD facility.

Call 916.362.1704 for more information on these programs, or visit:
Teen Corner
For all teen programs visit:
The Teen Advisory Committee is a volunteer group comprised of 9th-12th graders who work with CRPD staff to address youth and teen related issues pertaining to services and safe spaces. The staff works with the Youth Advisory Committee to develop positive life and decision-making skills. Students will learn to effect change through cultivation of leadership qualities by connecting with other youth in the community. In addition to volunteering and community service projects, the committee conducts exercises in democratic decision making, assessing and understanding community needs and understanding cultural diversity and team-building projects. Contact Brandi Dionne at  or 916.369.9844 for more information. Applications can be found here and are currently being accepted through Friday, September 28, 2018 for the 2018-2019 school year.
Construction Project Updates:
Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center Ceramic Storage Project

This year the Cordova Recreation & Park District received a $27,000 grant from the City of Rancho Cordova’s Community Enhancement Fund to provide a new kiln, an accessible walkway, and a storage shed for the Neil Orchard Senior Activities Center Ceramics Programs. The project will be constructed with in-house labor and is expected to be complete by December 2018.

Rosemont Community Park Dugout Replacement Project
The Rosemont Dugouts Improvements Project was included in the Board-approved Fiscal Year 2018/19 budget. Rosemont Little League generously donated additional funding that allows both the dugout and backstop to be improved on the park’s main field. The Board of Directors approved a construction contract for this work at their September Board meeting and the project is expected to be under construction in late fall.
Cordova Recreation & Park District Mission
Lead the region in recreation and parks through excellence and transparency in serving the needs of our diverse and growing community.