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Pasadena In Focus
July - August 2009

Head to the Park for Summer Fun

 Keep kids engaged with free and low-cost activities from the Human Services and Recreation Department, which has teamed up with Day One and CORAL to provide a summer full of adventure. Register in person or at www.cityofpasadena.net/reserve.
Summer day camps for ages 5 to 13 are ongoing at Villa-Parke Community Center, Victory Park Center and Allendale Park, offering everything from sports to field trips. 744-6516.

Kids 5 to 13 will enjoy sports, swimming, arts and crafts, field trips and more weekdays at Jefferson Park, La Pintoresca Park and Washington Park. 744-8332.

Teens 14 to 16 can drop in weekdays at Robinson Park Center for free computer, fine art and graphic design classes and other activities. 744-7330.

Recreational swimming is available most days at Blair High School Pool, Pasadena High School Pool, Robinson Park Pool and Villa- Parke Community Center Pool (children 5 and under must be accompanied by an adult). Swimming lessons are also available at these sites plus the CORAL Center Pool at 2750 New York Dr. 744-7530.

Watch for fun-filled activities for ages 5 to 16 during Youth Month in August. Most activities are free. Look for calendars at libraries, community centers and City Hall or call 229-9750.

Please note that for all summer programs, enrollment is limited and spaces are filled on a first come, first served basis.